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TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: NEWS Local News..............................................5 Regional................................................8 Montana...............................................11 Nation...............................................14 SECTION 2: BUSINESS, SPORTS AND HEALTH Dining................................................17 Business...................................19 Sports................................................24 Health................................................27 Outlaw News.........................................30 Classifieds.........................................31 SECTION 3: LIFE, LAND & CULTURE Gallery.................................................33 Events....................................................37 Calendar..............................................40 Entertainment...............................42 Wanderer at Rest.................................46 Back 40..................................................39 SECTION 4: OUTDOORS Photos: Opening Day..........................49 Outdoors...............................................51 The Eddy Line........................................53 Reviews..............................................54 Word from the Resorts........................61 Back 40...................................................63

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Explore Big Sky

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Bozeman students name winter storms EVER DREAM THAT YOU WERE for The Weather NEW BIG SKY BUSINESSES OPEN; Channel East Slope moves, Grizzly expands

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ŠPHOTOS BY D WOLF + DUSTIN SNIPES/RED BULL CONTENT POOL

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WMPAC KICKS OFF SEASON WITH JAMES SEWELL BALLET

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Olympian Heather McPhie in Big Sky Dec. 21

Pretty Paws door-todoor food drive pays off Pretty Paws, armed with local volunteers, went door-to-door on Nov. 24 and collected 296 pounds of food to donate to the Big Sky Community Food Bank. Food items will be distributed to families and individuals in need this holiday season. The Big Sky community also made cash donations totaling $200.

Six hundred pounds of food have been given to the BSCFB since September, and the goal is to reach 1,000 pounds by the New Year, said Pretty Paws general manager Nina Trevino. To help reach this goal the company is offering 10 percent off all services with a donation of two non-perishable food items. -Rachel Anderson

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Sunday 1-5p.m. Monday 10a.m.-6p.m. (Toddlers Storytime 10:30 a.m.)

bigskylibrary.org

Tuesday 4-8p.m. Wednesday 4-8p.m. Closed Thursday-Saturday

Announcements

Public Computers available here. All are welcome.

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE Sun., Dec. 15 at 2:00 p.m.

Located at the north end of Ophir School

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