For the first time since 2009 there were no new ornaments to hang on the Angel Tree in the lobby of the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Thursday.
A warm up is expected to keep daytime temperatures in the Billings area above freezing on Thursday, and the trend will likely continue through the weekend.
Another foggy morning is expected on Wednesday in Billings, but the sun could poke out from behind clouds by late morning.
Turns out the new Pub Station is a great venue for metal bands, too. On what could have been a slow Monday night, three touring hard rock bands whipped up a nice crowd. One lead singer hopped from the stage several times to dance with patrons. And the system is great, plenty loud, but clear …
A foggy and cold day is likely in Billings on Tuesday, but Wednesday should provide a reprieve from the doom and gloom as the sun comes out and highs get above freezing.
Flurries are likely to continue until the middle of the morning on Monday in Billings, but the 2.7 inches of snow that made it to the ground in Billings will probably melt slowly. The National Weather Service predicts daytime highs on Monday and Tuesday won't break out of the upper 20s.
Temperatures in the 40s and 50s will be a thing of the past this week as a storm from the west drops snow and chills the air in Billings.
The City of Billings has prevailed in a political complaint filed over its campaign for a public safety mill levy.
Almost every bit of space in the Beartooth Elementary School gymnasium was occupied with 520 students as they handed over more than 500 holiday cards to representatives from the U.S. Army and Navy.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Montana violated state law in its campaign against a Billings Republican in the 2014 elections, the state Commissioner of Political Practices has ruled.
Unseasonably warm weather will continue on Thursday and Friday as sunny skies and highs reach almost 60 in Billings.
An out-of-the-way location and lackluster sales have prompted the Salvation Army to close its thrift store at 10 S. 30th St.
Unseasonably high temperatures in the 50s will continue in Billings through Saturday when precipitation enters the forecast and highs fall back into the 30s and 40s over the weekend.
A walker discovered the body of a 36-year-old Roberts man Sunday in Coulson Park in Billings.
Temperatures are expected to continue to hover about 10 degrees above average this week in Billings.
Sunny skies are expected to keep the Billings area in the upper 40s and low 50s for most of the week.
Spencer Stone is enjoying this segue into his new business.
Popular Billings business Sage Spa and Salon closed about three weeks ago.
Mostly cloudy skies and a chance of rain is expected in Billings over the next few days, but high temperatures will likely continue a steady rise toward weekend highs near 50.
Favorable weather is expected in Billings on Tuesday as temperatures make a slow march up to Saturday's high of 50, though evening lows will remain chilly.