The Philip N. Fortin Humanitarian Award is bestowed by the Billings Family YMCA in recognition of a lifetime of distinguished volunteer, civic and professional achievement that has improved the quality of life within the Billings community.
A huge explosion rocked a neighborhood north of Rocky Mountain College on Wednesday morning, destroying one home and badly damaging several others nearby.
According to Billings Police Sgt. Casey Hafner, MDU and Northwestern Energy are on the scene investigating in cooperation with the other investigating agencies.
Just six days after the Father's Day tornado tore the roof off Rimrock Auto Arena, treasures trundled through MetraPark's Expo Center.
David Orser of Billings holds a sculpture given to him years ago by a family friend. The friend assumed it might be ancient Roman or Greek, but an "Antiques Roadshow" appraiser pronounced it a modern fake.
When David Orser, a longtime art collector, took this sculpture to the "Antiques Roadshow" taping in Billings, he found out the Roman-looking head was a fake. A friend had given him the sculpture, thinking it might be valuable.
David Orser met Moammar Gadhafi just once, not long after the Libyan became leader of his oil-rich country.
Former oil company executive David Orser talks about being in Libya when Moammar Gadhafi took control and the one time he met Gadhafi.
Kudos to Dr. Bob Wilmouth and the talented staff he has assembled and to Gazette reporter Cindy Uken for the extensive article she has recently written about a program all Montanans can be proud to applaud.
Thomas Sullivan has always dreamed of going to medical school. He knew it would become a reality while volunteering with a group of Montana State University Billings students in El Salvador.