Writer’s note: It is safe to say I have an undeniable soft spot for Dr. Dunn. A few years ago, I had a bad case of influenza which led to pneumonia. My situation was a nearly textbook example of how a preexisting condition – in my case, asthma – can allow for a virus to wreak havoc and lead to complications.
Gallatin County will soon have some extra – and capable – hands helping communities. Team Rubicon (TR) – a military veteran led volunteer organization – will be mobilizing in Gallatin County to help with core capabilities, food bank help and delivery.
This area is a living textbook of science, professor Rick Graetz regularly tells student researchers at Lone Peak High School (LPHS).
Paper currency took on an entirely new meaning recently as toilet paper became a bit of a commodity. As some folks hoarded toilet paper and created a nationwide shortage, grocery stores began to ration it and Amazon developed a one month delay in shipping.
Quick click connections come as second nature to Vito Valentinetti. Conversation from his apartment in Spain is sprinkled with humor and self-deprecating jokes. He regularly travels throughout Europe, but says he is terrible at most languages – enough to get by. He claims that Scandinavians speak english better than he does.
Big Sky Resort has a team of kick-a– canines who are trained to rescue people who get in trouble on the mountain. Admired for their skill and bravery, they are even sponsored by Bridger Animal Nutrition, where photos of avalanche dogs are proudly displayed above the register.
“We live in Montana and we take care of each other. When times are worst, we see the best,” Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin said in a recent press conference.
Big Sky School District Food Service Manager Lindsie Hurlbut is aware of the staggering child and adolescent obesity statistics in America.
Being selfless is hard under normal circumstances. That big win at work makes you want to boast, and rightfully so, and that major embar- rassment makes you want to profess how humiliating it was, hoping to somehow tone it down. That is normal. That is human.
As of Wednesday, March 18, there are two cases of Coronavirus in Gallatin County: a man in his 40’s and a man in his 20’s, according to the Gallatin City-County Health Department. There are three more cases in Yellowstone, Silver Bow and Lewis and Clark Counties and two cases in Missoula County.