Beware the beautiful weeds of the world. The difference between a weed and a flower goes a little deeper than aesthetics.
The third annual “Art for Everyone” art show will take place September 5-7 at the Wilson Hotel in Big Sky.
(West Yellowstone, Mont.)
This story was updated August 13.
Big Sky School District #72 students will return to school with a plan that cuts every class in half for attendance purposes.
The Big Sky Bridge Deck project continues next week.
Any funding for a community library is beneficial, but a $15,000 grant from 3 Rivers Communications for the Big Sky Community Library – during all the uncertainty a pandemic provides – was an unexpected gift. Don Serido, Marketing Manager for 3 Rivers Communications explained in a library press release that a few things made the grant possible.
“We never had any bear conflicts until about five years ago,” Bob Sitz with Sitz Angus Ranch in Harrison said. There are so many bears in the environment now, competition for habitat has fueled their food and territorial aggression, he said.
"Safety first – adventure second” is a motto Director of Montana Department of Commerce Tara Rice wants people to remember.
“We all have a shared responsibility to slow the spread of COVID-19,” she said in a press release. “Our top priority is to keep those who live, work and travel to Montana safe.”
Warren Hiebert admits with a wry smile that there are days when he buttons-up his collared shirt and wonders to himself, “Is this the day I am going to die?” He also notes that this is a pretty morbid thought.
With beauty honored in film and revered by anglers, the Gallatin River is a part of the lifeblood of small mountain communities like Big Sky.