The Billings City Council unanimously approved a $277,674,633 budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year Monday.
With a vote scheduled on whether to move forward with drafting a nondiscrimination ordinance, Monday’s Billings City Council meeting could be one of the most crowded of the year.
For four years, Bill Jensen owned a food cart in Portland, Ore., where he was one of 600 or so such operators. The Rose City is known in part for the varied lunchtime fare those carts deliver to workers and tourists alike.
On Friday afternoon, visitors to the Billings Food Bank’s first-floor café had a treat awaiting them.
Fortin Culinary Center executive chef Bill Jensen demonstrates the basic techniques of cooking crawfish.
Dozens of people were lined up outside the Billings Food Bank by 7 a.m. Tuesday morning, three hours before it was scheduled to open for its annual Thanksgiving dinner basket giveaway, executive director Sheryle Shandy said.