Erin Blain and McLaine Heringer were married at St. Patrick’s Co-Cathedral in Billings. Fr. Michael Schneider officiated.
The estimated 600 workers who have arrived in Billings to help clean up oil from the ExxonMobil spill into the Yellowstone River are snapping up hotel rooms, irrigation boots, waders, clothing, life vests, GPS tracking devices, mosquito repellent, snake gaiters, burgers and beer.
The Crow Tribe has signed a contract with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs to round up, corral, sort and sell the estimated 700 horses belonging mostly to James Leachman of Billings.
Erin Blain and Mclaine Heringer, both of Billings, plan a July 30 wedding.
Billings Flying Service airlifted about 20 tons of hay, one round bale at a time, Thursday morning to hundreds of hungry horses on a ranch east of Billings along Highway 87E.
Al Blain, who co-owns Billings Flying Service, flies over horses on the former Leachman Cattle Co. ranch east of Billings on Thursday. The condition of some of the horses prompted the Yellowstone County Attorney's Office to file animal cruelty charges against James Leachman of Billings on Ja…
Billings Flying Service has donated use of a helicopter to airlift hay Thursday morning to some of the more isolated horses at the former Leachman Cattle Co. Home Place ranch east of Billings.
Attempting to quiet rumors of secret government flights over Billings, a local flight business says it’s using a large cargo helicopter to train pilots for a private company formerly owned by Blackwater.
A Billings Flying Service Sikorski S-61 helicopter is pushed from the company's hangar on Thursday, August 5, 2010. Presidential Airways pilot Richard Quick, right, holds a rotor blade as the machine is moved from the hangar.
Al Blain, of Billings Flying Service. Wednesday, August 4, 2010.
A Billings Flying Service Sikorski S-61 helicopter lands at the Billings airport on Wednesday, August 4, 2010. The company is supplying helicopters for training to Presidential Airways for their work in Afghanistan. The Billings company has three of the helicopters and has been doing trainin…
A Billings Flying Service Sikorski S-61 helicopter taxis past the control tower at the Billings airport on Wednesday, August 4, 2010. The company is supplying helicopters for training to Presidential Airways for their work in Afghanistan. The Billings company has three of the helicopters and…