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This billboard may seem out of place amongst the beauty of the Gallatin Canyon, but it was erected legally, and efforts by canyon residents and the county to force the sign owner to take it down have failed.
Zoning amendments approved by Gallatin County Commission to allow Gallatin Canyon billboard to remain
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Like it or not, the controversial Saunders Outdoor Advertising billboard in the Beckman Flats area of the Gallatin Canyon will likely remain. Upon the advice of their legal counsel the Gallatin County Commissioners voted unanimously at their weekly meeting on January 8 to approve two amendments to... Continue Reading

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Lenay didn’t start snowboarding until 2007, but has taken the snowboard bull by the horns since then. “Follow your passion. Don’t let anybody ever tell you that you can’t do it. If they do, just use that as motivation to make it happen,” he said.
Big Sky local returns to the Freeride World Qualifiers
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Big Sky local Chance Lenay was busy recently, packing up his gear and snowboard and heading to Revelstoke, British Columbia to compete in the... Continue Reading
A training regimen for a good life
Finding peace and creating art in Big Sky’s backyard

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It was an intense battle: steals, blocks, man-to-man coverage and many fouls on both sides on January 4 when the Lady Big Horns took on the Twin Bridges Falcons. Freshman Carly Wilson expressed her excitement in winning the game. That ‘W’ was thanks in part to Wilson’s superior shooting skills.
The Lady Big Horns played a high intensity and historic game against the Twin Bridges Lady Falcons on January 4, beating the Falcons 44-38. It was the first time in team history that the Lady Big Horns beat the Lady Falcons. The fourth quarter began with a tie of 31-31. It was like old school... Continue Reading
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