Lady Big Horns huddle up as Coach Missy Botha provides pointers. PHOTO COURTESY KARA BLODGETT

Lady Big Horns win again!

Harrison/Willow Creek gave the Lady Big Horns a run for their money on Sept. 26, besting them in the third game, but the Lady Big Horns took the match, making their record 8-0.

LPHS vs. Harrison/Willow Creek

9/26/2020

WIN 25-12, 25-20, 18-25, 25-10

Team Kills 28 Individual Leader Maddie Cone 11

 Patrick Rooney, accompanied by his dog, Juneau, had a trailer of sorts attached to his bike, carrying a variety of tools. Many people on Mountain to Meadow on Sept. 19 had done trail maintenance before, including some Terraflow folks. Rooney encouraged volunteers to ask questions and not go all in with an axe right away. “A lot of times less can be more, and again it’s easy to get overzealous, but ultimately we’re going to make the trail better,” he said.

Dedicated

Conversations about developing a Big Sky chapter of the Southwest Montana Mountain Biking Association (SWMMBA) began in June at Beehive Basin Brewery.

Community cleanup October 9

Nearly 1.6 million barrels of oil are used every year to produce plastic bottles. Those bottles can take up to 450 years to decompose, according to The Balance. The 18 billion disposable diapers thrown away every year take about 250-500 years to decompose. It is a dirty world out there but it does not have to be.

Project on track

The Big Sky Bridge Decks project continues next week.

On the bridge by Little Coyote Road, crews are finishing the barrier rail. Workers will reconstruct bridge ends to ensure a smooth transition from the road to the bridge. Paving of the bridge ends is anticipated the week of Oct. 5.

Samantha Riley plans on staying as Discovery’s liaison for the long run. She loves helping the community, and being able to connect with Latino families. PHOTO COURTESY SAMANTHA RILEY

Community liaison position created

A decade ago, Samantha Riley knew absolutely nothing about Honduras or Latino culture in general when she made a spontaneous decision that changed everything. "I honestly just found ‘Students Helping Honduras’ online and decided to go on the program completely randomly. I didn't realize it would mold the rest of my life.”

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