- 1 Ekalaka: A home where dinosaurs roamed, and the coffee game they do play
- 2 Delta flight bound for Paris makes emergency stop in Billings
- 3 Prosecutors: Man who raped 23-month-old also molested 6-year-old
- 4 Woman dies in crash near Pryor on Sunday
- 5 Commission weighs warning letter to clerk of court over gay marriage licenses
More than 220 pounds of food has been distributed to more than a dozen needy families since March 12, and a new pantry is stocked to help more. The Lewis & Clark Teen Pantry is the brainchild of eighth-graders Paloma and Sophia Whitaker.
Four degrees. I trudged through several inches of slippery snow on Lewis Avenue toward my Thursday morning appointment in the principal’s office. A young man sporting black shorts strode through the middle school doors behind me.
What does soup have to do with the March of Dimes? In Billings on Nov. 15, the Montana March of Dimes will host Bowls for Babies, a soup luncheon, to raise funds for the NICU Family Support Program. It’s a program that people don’t often know about until they receive its services.