The Billings Public Library can't keep children's books on the shelves. Here are the most checked-out kids' books, in no particular order.
CASPER, Wyo. — A controversial new book concludes the murder of Matthew Shepard was a result of a methamphetamine-fueled drug war and not anti-gay rage.
COLUMBUS — The Friends of the Stillwater County Library will host a book signing by local author and World War II veteran Richard Redle from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the library.
HELENA — Ever since walking out on fraudulent treaty negotiations by the U.S. government in 1892, the Little Shell Tribe of Montana has been a landless tribe.
On Saturday, Parmly Billings Library plans to give away tens of thousands of books to the public in a last copy, last chance free-for-all.
Well, that sure went well.
ALBERTON – In between the Coke machine and the seven bikes and a stroller, the Montana Valley Book Store has several thousand of its offerings free for the taking.
They've been nestled away in the basement out of public sight for years.
Nothing is much more comfortable on a cold winter's day than settling into an old chair next to a warm fire and reading a good book while sipping a hot toddy.
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Yippee! It’s a whole new year – 2013.
Keeping kids occupied can be a big challenge. Here are some ideas for activities to keep young ones engaged -- body and mind -- in Billings this week:
If you are looking for something besides underwear, wool socks or a new toothbrush to stuff into your significant other’s Christmas stocking this holiday season, you might consider one of these Montana- or outdoors-related books.
High Plains Press, out of Glendo, Wyo., has released a book of poetry by rancher Patricia Frolander called "Married Into It."
Richard S. Wheeler, the prolific Livingston author of westerns and historical fiction, will see the release of his 19th novel in the Skye's West series, "The First Dance," released on Tuesday.
Members of a book group that has been meeting regularly for 36 years gathered at Lynn Montague's house recently to talk about their years together. They are, from left, Judy McNally, Karin Smith, Anne Dietrich, Montague, Barbara Griffin, Judy Peterson, Suzanne Smoot and Linda Baugh.
Tired of books that tell you how to hide the broccoli in a pan of brownies?
When cold weather meets a stubborn economy it's time for a party at home.