Recently I was in a state park in Arizona and witnessed a feat of incredible strength and athleticism. It reminded me of something I have observed several times hiking around Big Sky. This specific hike is a moderate-plus out and back, close to six miles roundtrip.
In design class the past few weeks, Lone Peak High freshman Cody McVey has been an exemplary model of taking academic risks. He has been exploring new digital presentation platforms, handing his projects in on time with innovative ideas, and outperformed an engineering challenge that most students found difficulty with.
Part one of a multi-part series
News flash! On March 23 the James Sewell Ballet group will be performing in Big Sky on the WMPAC stage for their sixth annual winter performance there. If you have not had a chance to experience one of their one-of-a-kind shows, now is your chance.
Senate Bill 241 was neither tabled nor killed by the Montana Legislature’s Senate Taxation Committee. The bill passed the first major hurdle by a vote of 10-2 and is now set for debate on the Senate floor.
This is the time of year when many of us think about, deal with and often stress about taxes and tax policy. It is also seems to be a time when, for some, there is confusion regarding tax policy and tax rates.
Throughout the year, eighth-grader Jaiden Spence has been a caring and principled student. She is considerate of the feelings of others and has demonstrated compassion to her peers. She is enthusiastic about learning and remains humble in the classroom. Thanks for being such a great role model Jaiden.
I thought I knew Ira Glass.
I've heard his name all the time on NPR, and I've heard many of his shows over the years, but after his performance here in Big Sky on March 9, called “Seven things I’ve learned,” I realized: I’ve likely never heard one of his stories from beginning to end.
A mountain resort community sees every kind of person imaginable: politicians, business leaders, powder hounds speaking a multitude of different languages and self-proclaimed “dirt bags” and “ski bums.”
Several years ago, I embarked on a bicycle ride across the country and posted a daily blog. One of those blogs was a reflection on the invisible people in our lives. The people we come across in our day-to-day experiences that go unnoticed unless we are unsatisfied with our interaction with them.