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If the residents who signed the abandonment petition have their way, a gate would be installed at this location and the roads behind would be closed to the public.

Another gate?

A petition to abandon portions of Streamside Way and Great Horn Road made its way to the Gallatin County Commission in late March and a viewing committee comprised of Gallatin County Commissioner Don Seifert and Charlotte Mills with the county clerk and recorder’s office came to Big Sky recently to take a look at the roads.

Sergeant Brandon Kelly (center)—who patrols the Gallatin Canyon for the sheriff’s office—looks down at a ball cap later taken into evidence. Kelly is flanked by Montana Highway Patrol Sergeant Patrick McCarthy (left) and Gallatin County Sheriff's Deputy Douglas W. Lieurance.

Road to nowhere

Show Place in Belgrade is a dead-end court lined with small apartment buildings and filled with cars. For someone on drugs who allegedly stole a vehicle in Billings and started to run out of gas in Belgrade, this quiet residential street looked like it held opportunity. 

Great Scott!

Many are familiar with the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald novel detailing the tumultuous Jay Gatsby, a self-made millionaire who passionately pursues an elusive married woman, drawing an outsider into their world of obsession, greed and danger.

NorthWestern Energy hasn’t made a decision about the location and type of substation it will build, but the company sees a lot of upside in a low-profile traditional substation, pictured here in a rendering of the Midway site.

Substation evaluation

Looking to flip the breaker on the public’s perception of plans for a new mid-mountain substation, NorthWestern Energy invited Big Sky residents to the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on April 11 for a presentation by company representatives, an engineer working on the project and a professional facilitator from Montana State University. 

Howie Robin accepts the Bartoszek Scholarship for a Scholar Athlete from Lydia and Ray Bartoszek and the Spanish Peaks Community Foundation Scholarship from John Haas. Robin was still deciding where to head to school, either in Colorado or Washington for political science or journalism. He’s currently working with his family to organize his father, Mark  Robin’s, extensive writing, preparing the words for publication. Mark  passed away in December, 2017 from ALS.

Funding our future

Some students were chosen for their prowess on the stage. Others, for their athletic success on the field, or their community service in developing countries. They’ll go off around the U.S. to study environmentalism, marine transportation, journalism, community service and much more.

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