Eastern Montana College
History was made Friday by a group of high school football coaches who are accustomed to doing just that.
About 20 seats remain for Friday's dinner at the Big Horn Resort & Conference center celebrating 10 of the winningest coaches in Montana high school history.
Every day, Rick Halmes says, the vision arrives with such clarity that it’s almost as real as 1978, the last year Montana State University Billings — then Eastern Montana College — played varsity football.
Len “Fuzzy” Wilkins’ days on the bench and at practice ended after last season, but that doesn’t mean he has stopped working to ensure Rocky Mountain College keeps racking up victories in men’s basketball.
The man whose name graces the gymnasium at Montana State University Billings was remembered Saturday as someone who made a lasting impact on those around him.
Harold “Shorty” Alterowitz, who the Montana State Billings athletic building is named for, passed away Friday at the age of 96.
Stephanie Lynn wants to change the world one skirt at a time.
Bill Kehler ushered Rocky Mountain College’s library into the digital age.
Jane Van Dyk got a jump-start on her retirement by beginning some things she wants to continue in her new life.
Adrian Heidenreich stumbled onto the first clue of an extraordinary collection of Native American ledger art in a Billings Heights art gallery in 1968.
Bruce and Kathryn Carpenter could not have helped but think of their former home in Billings when they gazed on artwork they bought while Bruce was president of Eastern Montana College.
At times on Saturday night, everything was a gold blur at Alterowitz Gymnasium.
While scheduling a Thursday evening practice for his Willamette University men’s basketball team at Billings Skyview, Bearcats coach Kip Ioane had just one concern about his players.
You can now add men's basketball to the list of sports currently being played this fall at Rocky Mountain College.
Organizers of a planned reunion of Eastern Montana College football players are asking for help in contacting some of the area’s former players.
It’s golf 24/7 this time of year for Kortney McNeil, and the Billings teenager isn’t complaining.
What a small-town high school graduate learned growing up on a cattle ranch helped her succeed as a college student in Montana's largest city.
One of coach Herb Klindt’s favorite basketball teams at Rocky Mountain College is headed into the school’s Ring of Honor.
The light at the end of Clark Swan’s long, winding tunnel led him to a tee box.
On what he called “a very exciting day for me,” Rolf Groseth was officially inaugurated as chancellor of Montana State University Billings on Tuesday.