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PHOTO COURTESY OF TRAVIS EARL

Breaking down barriers

Like so many things in America today, the police are the topic of polarized conversations on a national scale. However, on a local level, it is important to engage in conversations with law enforcement and reveal the humans behind the job.

PHOTO COURTESY OF ASHLEY JENKS

Educator Ashley Jenks

What does it take to make a life in Big Sky? Ashley Jenks, the new K-12 librarian and mother of two little girls, is still figuring it out. For the past decade, Ashley worked as an elementary school teacher at Ophir. She met her husband Tyler when she was 13 years old back East in Kirby, Vermont.

PHOTO COURTESY CLARA GREB

Freeskier from Shepherd

Clara Greb tore her first ACL when she was 17. She tore her second ACL in the summer of 2020 while skiing near Yellowstone. “I was skiing up in the Beartooths and just felt a pop. I think that’s every skier’s, one of the worst nightmares that can happen, but it’s inevitable at some point.

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