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Billings Community Center
Yellowstone County folks soon will see green grass and spring flowers sprouting from last week’s snow melt. But we can already see unwelcome signs of spring: A winter’s accumulation of trash along streets, highways and sidewalks. Papers plastered against fences. Garbage in hedges.
There are few corners in Billings that artist Doris Eccles hasn’t touched somehow in her lengthy career.
The victims of a holiday vandalism spree are so numerous that they would fill the Billings Community Center. So Billings police and the Yellowstone County attorneys office will hold a meeting there at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
The city of Billings is sponsoring three Community Conversations next week about urban chickens, voter redistricting and wastewater fees.
A public workshop about a new master plan for bicycle and pedestrian trails in the Billings area is set for Tuesday night.
In an interesting twist, three of the top finishers in a recent online contest to open in Billings for Coheed and Cambria are booked to play a show tonight at the Railyard Ale House.
About three dozen people made the trek across Billings’ snowy, slick streets Saturday night to attend a dinner that focused on continuing to push for health care reform in America.