Three of the 16 COVID-19 cases in Gallatin County discussed in a morning meeting March 24 have ties to Big Sky. There is also evidence to suggest transmission within the Big Sky community, Director of Clinical Services & Operations at Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center (BHBSMC)Taylor Rose told local leaders.
Big Sky School District Food Service Manager Lindsie Hurlbut is aware of the staggering child and adolescent obesity statistics in America.
It is an epic reunion – a celebration of snow and friendship. High fives, thumbs-ups, squeals of happiness, name chanting and so much cowbell, grace this gathering of extreme athletes at the 2020 Area Winter Games. The eleventh year of this Special Olympics Montana competition is a time of near-constant grinning and pure joy.
Being a single mother in a ski town presents challenges – Kristen Hovey knows. Now a decade in Big Sky, she has stayed because she loves the area, the community and her friend-family. Still, she prepares to leave at the end of every season.
Annexation of the American Bank or Grizzly Flats building and the adjoining lot into Big Sky County Water and Sewer District (BSCWSD) was voted down by a majority at the recent board meeting, with board member Brian Wheeler as the only outlier.The BSCWSD board explained that until upgrades are made to the existing sewer treatment plant and addit
Hanna Powell was euphoric after performing, “Always Remember Us This Way,” by Lady Gaga at the Warren Miller Performing Arts (WMPAC) concert called “Her Gift Her Creation.”
As the snow flies and the base deepens, skiers hit the slopes for opening weekend. Big Sky Resort moved forward with initiatives for greater sustainability and safety this year.
Developer Scott Altman has big dreams for the 175 acre parcel where the gravel pit currently resides off of Highway 191.
Sometimes there is a click – a connection, synchronicity – a flow. Experts have studied it, trying to figure-out how to replicate it in teams and businesses. There are even books written about it.
Lone Peak High School volleyball players, parents and fans say that this last season was a good example of what a team can become.
The Big Sky community has come together to help Wilson Hotel Sales Manager Christine Lugo-Yergensen create the first – and potentially annual– Friendsgiving Feast, a free hot meal available to all Big Sky residents. The gathering will be held at the hotel on Nov. 27 at 3 p.m.