Sometimes a little plastic can make a big difference.
How do you get youths to connect with nature if they won’t put down their smartphones?
For students at Friendship House of Christian Service, the solution to keep those in need warm throughout the winter is simple.
Brent Parrish and his parents, Christy and Ben, took a trip to Hawaii as a wish from the Montana Hope Project.
Last year, Brent Parrish thought his mom, Kristy, was mad at him as they drove to Applebee’s one night.
An errant shot at the Chase Hawks Memorial Association Pasture Golf Tournament on Saturday could land in deep ... well, the polite word is manure.
COONEY STATE PARK — Slapping Uno cards down on a shaded picnic table at Cooney State Park, south of Billings, the five teens around the table acted like old friends.
Larry Leonard has a hard time being idle.
Joyce Kramer of Billings is on a mission to honor her son and help the families who suffered the same pain she did four years ago.
For years, a local chapter of the Disabled American Veterans has promoted patriotism with a flag program.
Less than a year after retiring from his feed and seed business in Grand Island, Neb., and moving home to Billings, Tony Seitz plunged into a program designed to advocate for some of the community's most vulnerable children.
Autumn McSweyn called it “a random moment,” a “wild-hair” idea typical of teenagers.
Christina and Justin Schye already had three children when their son, Kellan, was born last year.
Jim McGovern knew he had Alzheimer’s, and that was the hardest part.
Rosie, the black Lab that found fame after nearly being killed by a bear, has found a new home in the Heights and a new friend.
Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Scott Maurer of Laurel is shipping out Sept. 14 for his second tour to a war zone. His first tour was to Iraq; now he’s going to Afghanistan for about a year. But before he goes, Maurer will donate blood on 9/11 during a special blood drive honoring soldiers killed s…
RED LODGE — Every summer day, Clare Witcomb wades into the buttery bright-yellow, crimson and purple array of flowers at the Beartooth Nature Center to add a little color to the landscape, her life and visitors’ experiences.
LAUREL — It’s not unusual for a person to love something material — a car, a book or a new favorite sweater.
Larry Walby grows a little bit of every thing in the garden he oversees at Passages, a community corrections center for female offenders in Billings.
From bicycle paths to energy audits, the city of Billings is launching several new projects to conserve energy with help from federal stimulus money.