This week’s Miner of the week is fourth grader Ryan Malinowski. “Ryan is a great leader in the class, he is always on task and willing to help his classmates,” said his teacher Mrs. Suzie Klein. Ryan is always positive and caring to his classmates and teachers.
William B. Davis of Fishers, Ind., and Big Sky passed away peacefully Friday, Oct. 26.
Bill graduated from Horace Mann in 1959 and attended Wabash College, running cross country. He transferred to IU and graduated in 1964, then earned a J.D. from IU School of Law, Bloomington, in 1967.
Gathering buckets of half-eaten apple cores might not seem like a savory task for some, but for the students in Kate Eisele’s freshman science class, it was a duty they took on without complaint on a sunny Wednesday afternoon.
President Donald Trump drew an enthusiastic crowd to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport on Saturday, Nov. 3. Stay tuned to lonepeaklookout.com for Big Sky focused election coverage starting tomorrow.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham—who generated a lot of attention for his impassioned outburst during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings—showed up in Gallatin County on Halloween, stumping for fellow Republican Matt Rosendale.
When the last Big Sky Fire Department Master Plan was completed at the end of 2015, consultants from Emergency Services Consulting, International looked at the next decade, predicting steep growth for Big Sky.
Behind the scenes on a relatively-calm offseason afternoon at the Big Sky Community Post Office, Jean Palmer was busy sorting through a stack of change of address forms. Not her favorite task, she admitted, but an important one nonetheless.
Michael Schreiner and a team of investors bought the land across the street from the Big Sky Conoco on April 20, and are moving forward with improvements.
With Montana’s 2018 campaign season into its final days, Sen. Jon Tester and Rep. Greg Gianforte, the two incumbents in the midterm election, have charted clear fundraising advantages over their respective challengers, State Auditor Matt Rosendale and former legislator Kathleen Williams.
“When I worked at the Yellowstone Club, that’s how I got medical care,” said Big Sky resident Caitlin Lundin, detailing her connection to the Medicaid program in Montana. “By the time I finished working at Yellowstone Club, I had spent enough hours there to qualify for their medical insurance.