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Lenette Kosovich decorated four Christmas trees in her home at 28 Burlington Ave., including this one with beaded wire, large ornaments and figures made from cockleburs.
Shawn, Michelle, Kyle and Kyra Thiel stand on their front lawn ablaze with Christmas lights. The family lives at 3192 Ave. E, which is transformed this time of year into Candy Cane Lane. Residents hangs crossed candy canes on their homes along with other decorations.
Flying back to Billings on a business trip before Christmas one year, Lenette Kosovich could pick out her house below from the plane window by the blue lights glowing through the December darkness.
Lenette Kosovich and Keith Edgerton decorate the inside and outside of their home at 28 Burlington Ave. every Christmas. The blue and white lights extend around to the back of the house.
This is the 52nd year residents of Avenue D from the 1900 block to Rose Park have decorated their homes with lighted wreaths. This is the entrance to Christmas Wreath Lane at 19th Street West and Avenue.
Shawn Thiel added candy cane fences around his yard and other lighted figures at 3192 Avenue E on "Candy Cane Lane" in Billings.
Residents of Josephine Crossing in Billings decorate their homes at Christmas with images from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" by Dr. Seuss.
This home at 1929 Ave. D is part of Christmas Wreath Lane. Each December, residents of Avenue D from the 1900 block west to Rose Park put up large lighted wreaths and other decorations. Over 52 years it has become one of the most popular lighting displays in Billings. Just before Christmas, …
Christmas lights shoot from a Whoville light cannon in Josephine Crossing. The West End housing development decorates with a "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" theme for the holidays.
The 3000 and 3100 blocks of Avenue E become Candy Cane Lane at Christmas. Residents decorate their homes with candy canes and other lighted decorations. After Sept. 11, 2001, some of the homes, like this one at 3065 Ave. E, added an American flag.
Here are some residential Christmas light displays around Billings:
On an unseasonably warm December morning, 10 good Samaritans came to George Jurovich’s rescue.
George Jurovich's 42 year tradition of embellishing his property with Christmas lights and decorations was in jeopardy after a recent heart surgery until family and friends pulled together to help George set up his display.
George Jurovich stands in front of the Christmas display that he has installed every year for the last 42 years. Due to a recent heart surgery, George's family and friends assisted in the installation of this year's decorations.
SHEPHERD — The kids in the Johnson family feel pretty special to have Bill the Brontosaurus peering out over their front yard for the holidays.
Tina and Mark Bolt, along with their daughter Emily, stand near their home, which blazes with Christmas lights at the intersection of Senators Boulevard and Alkali Creek Road.
A clock counts down to Christmas Day at the home of Mark and Tina Bolt, which borders Alkali Creek Road.
Bob Malcolm and Paula Odegaard’s Christmas lights at 2127 Concord flash in time to several Christmas songs.