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Phase 2 construction underway at BSSD

BIG SKY – Construction on Phase 2 of the multimillion-dollar project to upgrade and expand the facilities and educational opportunities at the Big Sky School District has begun. After the Big Sky community voted to pass a $23.5 million school district bond in May of 2020, Phase 1 of...
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Upcoming events this week: June 27-July 3

Live Music: Wyatt Hurts at the Riverhouse BBQ & Events, 5:30 p.m. Meet the Author: Hugh Grinnell at the Independent, 8 p.m. Live Music: Mandy Rowden Band at the Riverhouse BBQ & Events, 5:30 p.m. Film: The River Runner at the Independent, 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 29. St. Joseph’s Mass...
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Making it in Big Sky: Wildwood Nursery

BIG SKY – Wildwood Nursery founders and friends San Goveia and Cindy MacDonald first came to Big Sky in 1978 to work a summer at the 320 Ranch. After deciding to stay, the two opened the nursery—at that time a modest lawn care company—in 1981. With the area, the nursery has gown into a full service landscaping company with a talented, 20-person crew making many of the lawns and yards in Big Sky beautiful.
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Crews Rescue Stranded Hiker on Lone Peak in Big Sky

Gallatin County Sheriff Search & Rescue crews located and transported a stranded hiker on Lone Peak on Thursday in Big Sky, Montana. According to a press release, Gallatin County 911 received a call from Big Sky Ski Patrol about a hiker that was stranded on Lone Peak Thursday, June 23 at approximately 4:00 p.m.
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Soul Shine, Music in the Mountains emphasize community

BIG SKY — The feeling of community is hard to describe but it’s one that was clearly embodied last night as visitors and locals alike packed into Len Hill Park on blankets, chairs and bikes to enjoy one of the first nights of summer through music and celebration.
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Big Sky Chamber hosts annual dinner, awards ceremony

BIG SKY — On an evening filled with jokes, memories and standing ovations, the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce presented five awards to local community members at the 25th annual Black Diamond Awards Dinner. Of the five awards presented, nominees for Emerging Entrepreneur were women, with the award going...
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The Authentic Western Restaurant That’s Worthy Of A Road Trip From Any Corner Of Montana

The menu’s description for the Bison Tenderloin entree simply says, “Welcome to Montana.” That’s a good summary of the atmosphere at Stacey’s Old Faithful Bar & Steakhouse in the town of Gallatin Gateway. A series of renovations have maintained the authentic, old-school look and feel of a saloon and eatery... The post The Authentic Western Restaurant That’s Worthy Of A Road Trip From Any Corner Of Montana appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Montage Big Sky to host blood drive

BIG SKY — Montage Big Sky is welcoming volunteers to support the community by donating blood on July 1. Blood donations can be made between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the Montage Grand Ballroom. Volunteers should budget roughly one hour to donate blood. To make an appointment or...
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Arts Council kicks off mountainside music series in Big Sky

Arts Council kicks off mountainside music series in Big Sky. The Arts Council of Big Sky is pleased to announce another incredible summer of Music in the Mountains at Center Stage in Len Hill Park. Beginning June 23rd and running through September 8th, there will be 15 free events, including 12 Thursday night concerts, the annual fourth of July Celebration, the 11th annual Bravo! Big Sky Classical Music Festival and a performance from Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. All of these performances are free and open to the public.
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Big Sky water, sewer rates increase July 1

BIG SKY — The Big Sky County Water and Sewer board voted Tuesday to increase water and sewer rates by 5 percent and also approved a new budget for the district. Both changes will go into effect at the start of the board’s 2023 fiscal year on July 1. Rate increases apply to water and sewer user charges and do not affect hookup fees, according to the district’s general manager Ron Edwards.
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