Community won in the election in Lockwood this week.
LOCKWOOD — Lockwood voters approved a special district Tuesday to build and maintain pedestrian safety improvements in the Lockwood area.
Lockwood buses about two-thirds of its 1,226 K-8 students. Safety, not distance, is the No. 1 reason. The school campus is along Highway 87, a two-lane state highway that has neither streetlights, sidewalks, walking paths nor bike lanes. The pavement ends at the fog line.
This year has been especially dangerous for pedestrians in Montana. As of this week, 19 people have been killed by motor vehicles while standing or walking on Montana roads or sidewalks.
Charges will not be filed in two Billings-area traffic-related fatalities, a prosecutor who reviewed the cases said Tuesday.
Donating their son's organs was a decision Brad and Stefeni Freese never thought they would have to make.
The Freese family reflects on the decision to donate their son Dustin Freese's organs after a traffic accident critically injured him.
Like many Montana teens, Dustin Freese loved hunting, fishing and paint ball wars. He played freshman and sophomore football for the Senior High Broncs.
Lockwood residents and Yellowstone County commissioners came together Tuesday to consider ways to make the community’s roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
A 16-year-old Lockwood youth has died of injuries he sustained Thursday evening after being struck by a pickup truck in Lockwood.
Dustin Freese and Mariah Pangelinan dip pretzels in chocolate Wednesday as part of Heide Mankin's culinary-arts class at Senior High School. Students are making holiday treats for an annual party at the school. Parents are invited.