American Legion Post 99 members and Sons of the American Legion Post 99 members gather at the recycling center, which they used organization funds to help pave. L-R Chuck Hinz, Mark Firmin, Jeremy Harder, Jack “Captain Jack” Hudspeth, Kenny “Cuz” Alley and Jim Hinz. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Honey paves the way

Patrick Maidman busied himself unloading a vehicle full of cardboard at the newly paved recycling center on Hwy. 191. He noted how nice it looked and also that the improvement was just in time for winter.

Ralph Harder. PHOTO COURTESY JEREMY HARDER

The heart of it

Presidents, generals and journalists have long sought to pen the right words – thoughts denoting respect and thankfulness of members of the armed forces coupled with a recognition of the brutal reality of war. Films have sought to provide a glimpse of war. Dr.

On the top left corner is 11th grade student at LPHS Samantha Suazo, on the top right corner is journalist Barbara Rowley, below on the left is 10th grade Discovery Academy student Annel Garcia, and on the right is Big Sky community Liaison, Samantha Riley. PHOTO COURTESY OF SAMANTHA SUAZO

Announcing: Montaña Noticias

This week I am completing two months of writing about Latino life in the Big Sky area. I have again and again learned about three crucial factors which impact the Latino experience: the power of connection, the lack of information, and the challenge of communication.

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