All proceeds from the event will go to Protect Our Winters (POW), an environmental nonprofit aimed at uniting and mobilizing the global winter sports community to combat climate change through educational initiatives and political advocacy.
Heavy, windblown snow came down sideways at times, but that didn’t discourage 11-year-old Special Olympian Payton Fulton. He flew down the Cupajo run, whipping through the gates with ease as his volunteer helper pulled up the rear and Lone Peak High cheerleaders celebrated from the sidelines.
Members of the community are encouraged to register for a place on the May 8 mail-in school board election ballot. Deadline to file is April 5 and ballots will be mailed out April 23.
That was the average sales price for a Big Sky residence sold in 2017, up just over $32,000 from the year prior. Gross sales volume for the 388 units sold topped $264.7 million.
Terry Wetzel is the transportation supervisor, aka “Bus Driver Extraordinaire” for the Big Sky School District. Mr. Wetzel ensures that all bus riding students are transported to and from school safely. Mr. Wetzel is loved by his riders. “He’s a really good bus driver and he’s really, really fun. I love him as my bus driver.
Checking in with GNFAC
Big Sky got blanketed over the past week, and while it’s deep out there, the good news is the slopes around us are mostly stable and open for backcountry business.
When asked why he volunteers, Big Sky Area Winter Games Coordinator Sean Fitzgerald is quick to note it’s never been about gaining recognition.
Recent debate over the future of water in Big Sky has focused largely on disposal—including the controversial option of discharging treated water into the Gallatin River. But during the Feb.
Valentine’s Day began as just another aggressive ski day for 50-year-old Butte native Rob Leipheimer. Clouds continued to move in and visibility at the top of Big Sky Resort was more pea soup than blue bird, so there was hardly a wait in the tram line.