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Parks board asks to trim proposed projects; council OKs liquor license for new bar

Parks board asks to trim proposed projects; council OKs liquor license for new bar

Go back to the drawing board. In effect, that’s what the Billings City Council told the city’s Parks, Recreation and Cemetery Board on Monday. The board had proposed spending about $2.3 million in Park District 1 funds during 2014-15.

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Billings City Council plans hearing on mill levy rates

The public will have the chance to tell the Billings City Council what it thinks about paying a smaller city tax bill this year.

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NDO Supporters Rally

NDO Supporters Rally

Images from the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Crystal Plubell's "pride" hat

Crystal Plubell's "pride" hat

Crystal Plubell, 27, shows her support with a "pride" hat and rainbow bandana during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Carmelita Dominguez and her children listen to speeches

Carmelita Dominguez and her children listen to speeches

Carmelita Dominguez, right, and her children Josie Scarborough, 2, left, and Quinn Scarborough, 6, middle, cheer for speakers during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Daniel Mehrens shows his support

Daniel Mehrens shows his support

Daniel Mehrens holds up a "Billings is Ready" sign and cheers for passing cars during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Sheryl Swanson's rainbow ribbons

Sheryl Swanson's rainbow ribbons

Sheryl Swanson of Grace United Methodist Church wears rainbow ribbons and a rainbow pin to show her support for a fully inclusive NDO during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Marty Elizabeth Ortiz speaks

Marty Elizabeth Ortiz speaks

Marty Elizabeth Ortiz shares a heartfelt speech during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Amanda Curtis accepts applause

Amanda Curtis accepts applause

Newly appointed democratic Senate candidate Amanda Curtis accepts applause from the crowd after sharing a short speech at the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Harper Howe and Eliza Bentler cheer

Harper Howe and Eliza Bentler cheer

Harper Howe, 10, and Eliza Bentler, 10, hold signs and cheer for passing cars honking in support of the NDO during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Sabrina Currie waves to passing cars

Sabrina Currie waves to passing cars

Sabrina Currie holds a sign and waves to passing cars during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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"Honk 4 Love"

"Honk 4 Love"

A supporter of the NDO holds up a "Honk 4 Love" sign during the "Billings is Ready" NDO supporters rally on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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NDO Supporters Rally

NDO Supporters Rally

Supporters of a fully inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance for the city of Billings gathered on the steps of First Congregational Church to show their resolve Monday.

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Beatrice bentler, 8, cheers for honks

Beatrice bentler, 8, cheers for honks

Beatrice Bentler, 8, right, holds a “We Are Ready” sign and cheers for honks during the “Billings is Ready” rally staged by NDO supporters on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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Sam Herbert shows his support

Sam Herbert shows his support

Sam Herbert, left, signs a support postcard for Mariah Welch to be given to the Billings City Council during the “Billings is Ready” rally Monday.

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Amanda Curtis waits to speak

Amanda Curtis waits to speak

Newly appointed Montana Democratic Senate candidate Amanda Curtis waits to speak at the “Billings is Ready” rally staged by NDO supporters on the steps of First Congregational Church on Monday.

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NDO supporters rally downtown

NDO supporters rally downtown

Nearly 250 people rallied in downtown Billings on Monday evening to show their support for continuing efforts to pass an ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, which the Billings City Council defeated on Aug. 13.

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News photos: Council gets look at new parking garage

News photos: Council gets look at new parking garage

Members of the Billings City Council got a tour of the Empire Parking Garage on Montana Avenue on Monday before they met for a work session. 

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Council taking tour of new parking garage

Council taking tour of new parking garage

With just two items for discussion on the agenda, Monday’s Billings City Council work session probably won’t last well into the next morning, as last week’s meeting on the nondiscrimination ordinance did.

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Ups and Downs

Up: To Riverstone Health for 30 years of public health service and helping keep the community healthy. Not only does this organization have a huge job, but it does a great job being a partner and good leader in community health care issues.

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