Big Horns Varsity Right guard Kole Maus dominates on the field against the Park City Panthers. PHOTO COURTESY KIM HOLST

Young but tough team

With just a few seconds left on the clock as the Big Horns faced the Park City Panthers, Big Horns varsity quarterback Isiah Holst fired a Hail Mary rocket. That pass was tipped off the fingertips of three different players before settling into Pierce Farr’s grasp for a touchdown.

Haley Houghteling (center) gets the dig with Chloe Hammond and Ivy Hicks ready to assist. PHOTO COURTESY KARA BLODGETT

Leading the district

Though the Manhattan Christian Eagles currently outrank the Lone Peak High School Lady Big Horns due to the nature of the scoring system, the Lady Big Horns remain undefeated.

That is not their focus, though, Head Coach Missy Botha said.

Friends of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center is asking for the community to help raise $80,000 virtually. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE GALLATIN NATIONAL FOREST AVALANCHE CENTER

Powder Blast goes virtual

For the first time in 22 years, Friends of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center (GNFAC) is having to cancel its most important fundraiser – the Powder Blast. It is an event that annually provides over $100,000 in support to the GNFAC in an effort to assist community members who push to the backcountry.

Curing

The Big Sky Bridge Decks project continues.

On the bridge by Little Coyote Road, the deck is curing and crews are rebuilding bridge ends, enabling a smooth transition from bridge to road. Construction workers are also working on forming a barrier rail on the sides of the bridge.

Steen and Russell Mitchell pictured in front of the iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile when it visited Big Sky. The Wienermobile has a history dating back to 1936. PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROL COLLINS

Hot dog!

Carol Collins has some connections to some big dogs – the folks behind a big hot dog. Noting that recent news has been a bit of a soggy bun, she thought it might be nice to invite the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to visit Big Sky as a break from the pandemic, politics and fires.

Lost without translation

Aranza De La Torre arrived in Big Sky four years ago completely unable to speak English. Google Translate and her English-speaking husband were De La Torre’s only methods of communication. Until recently, she worked at the Big Sky Post Office where she was able to provide translation for others.

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