After bouncing back from a knee injury, Lone Peak High School senior Holden Samuels placed second at the recent Freeride Junior World Championships in Austria. The event was held on Kappl’s Quellspitze venue and it pushed Samuels’ snowboarding in ways that allowed him to capture the runner-up spot.
The memory and tenacious spirit of Erika Pankow lives on through Big Sky Discovery Academy middle schoolers Nate McLain and Kjetil Hassman—The pair of outdoor-minded students are the latest recipients of the Erika Pankow Scholarship.
Francis Wendt is a 36-year-old unmarried Air Force veteran and member of the Montana Army National Guard. He’s into community theater and states for the record, “I’m not an outdoorsman.”
In a conference call with Montana press on March 21, Sen. Jon Tester broke some bad news for those hoping the state’s congressional delegation will come together to shield Yellowstone gateway communities from large-scale industrial mining.
The Top Shelf Toastmasters of Big Sky invite voters and candidates to a public question and answer session on Monday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. at Buck's T-4.
In December, Sen. Steve Danes introduced a bill that would strip protection from nearly a half-million acres of Montana’s public lands that, if passed, would compromise fish and wildlife habitat, community drinking water, and the quiet backcountry that underpins our $7 billion outdoor recreation economy.
The Arts Council of Big Sky is pleased to be hosting its sixth annual fundraising art auction event on Thursday, March 22, at the Moonlight Lodge from 6-10 p.m. The event is sponsored by Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty.
Lodging tax collections were up 7 percent in the Big Sky Resort Area District, and 5 percent statewide from the year before, according to a recently released report from the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development.
In Big Sky’s resort area district, $2.27 million in bed tax was collected from $56.8 million in 2017 revenue.
Big Sky Antler owner Craig Krzycki’s art studio is a one-room cabin likely relocated from the Twin Cabins trailhead and now situated against the hillside just north of Big Sky in the Gallatin Canyon. This is a fitting space in a fitting place—It’s where Krzycki makes his art and useful items out of antlers.