June 24 was decision day. The Big Sky Ski Education Foundation (BSSEF) had a difficult task of deciding whether to close their annual firework stand due to fire danger in the area. They eventually decided to do so in a press release sent out on the morning of June 24.
On June 5, 80 students embarked on the journey of a lifetime.
Students from the University of Texas at Austin began riding in the Texas 4000. A 4,000 plus mile bike ride across the country with the mission of fighting cancer.
Tuesday was a big day for Big Sky. Our community received attention from a national audience tuning into “The Match”. The fourth version of Capital One’s “The Match” took place Tuesday, July 6 at The Reserve golf course at Moonlight Basin.
Montana has a mussel problem. Last week invasive mussels were found on two boats in Eastern Montana. According to a Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks department press release, this marks boat #38 found carrying invasive mussels.
The past few weeks have held uncertainty regarding the legality of using fireworks, but both counties making up Big Sky concluded on Wednesday, June 30, to ban all fireworks.
What a year it has been. Over one hundred businessmen and women gathered to reflect on the year 2020 and looked forward to the future with great enthusiasm. The 24th annual Big Sky Chamber of Commerce Black Diamond Business Awards dinner took place on Tuesday, June 22.
As Fourth of July approaches during this historically hot and dry June, everyone is concerned about fireworks, especially in Big Sky and West Yellowstone.
The Bighorns have brought home the championship. Just probably not one you're thinking of. Unlike most recognition that Lone Peak High School students receive, mainly regarding sporting events, this is something unique.
On June 16, a day before a tree caught fire near the South Fork Loop in Big Sky, Mont., the Big Sky Fire Department (BSFD) in collaboration with the Gallatin County Sheriff ’s Office (GSCO) conducted a tabletop exercise scenario regarding a fire and evacuation in the Jack Creek area.
The TIGER Grant improvements must wait until next year. The major road construction projects that were scheduled to take place over the summer of 2021 have been pushed back until next spring.