Malachi Hosa, 2, is a pretty typical toddler.
While the half-dozen girls gathered at St. Vincent Healthcare’s pediatrics unit Friday acted pretty ordinary for kids their age — joking around, laughing and chatting — their purpose at the hospital was anything but.
Sitting in a Billings Clinic office on Monday afternoon, Tina Lorenz reached up occasionally to touch a button adorned with a photo of her daughter, Cassie, pinned to her shirt over her heart.
A pancake breakfast fundraiser will be held at The American Legion at 1540 Broadwater Ave. for 16-year-old MaKayla Sparrow, who recently had brain surgery to remove two types of a rare brain cancer.
By the time they were 8-year-olds, Ashley Voegele and Ashlyn Hardy had written their share of letters to Santa Claus, eagerly detailing their Christmas wishes. They thought all children did that.
To say that Joe Mutchler has settled in over at Rocky Mountain College is an understatement of impressive proportions.
Local law enforcement officials will spend part of Saturday serving customers at the Red Robin restaurant on Grand Avenue to raise money for Special Olympics Montana.
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation’s 36th annual SAINTS Ball netted a record amount of $1,050,000 for St. Vincent Healthcare’s new Medical-Surgical Center of Excellence.
A 26-year-old Iraq war veteran is engaged in one of the potentially deadliest battles of his life.
It wasn’t easy for Mandy Barnes as her daughter, Sam, struggled to learn to walk.
The local Meals On Wheels program got a little extra help Wednesday morning when it received a $4,000 check from a Billings Albertsons grocery store, which raised the money in June through a parking lot sale.
MISSOULA — Several years ago, Zane Goicovich and his family needed help from the community when he underwent brain surgery. Now, the 8-and-a-half-year-old is returning the favor by raising more than $1,000 for Watson Children’s Shelter through Bike for Shelter.
Kaiden Keating has spent more time inside hospitals than outside of them since he was born in August, and a woman who barely knows him is helping his family raise money to help with mounting medical costs.
Temperatures expected to be well below zero won't be a deterrent to a Special Olympics Montana fundraiser scheduled for Saturday in Billings.
Eagle Mount Billings plans to try something a little different on Saturday with its Junk In My Trunk sale and spots for sellers are still open.
A fundraising effort is underway to help a Billings police officer get treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder stemming from a years-old fatal shooting incident while on duty.
Solveig Heigis, right, talks Saturday about the fundraiser for her parents Eric and Joan Forseth to be held at the Rock Pile on Sept. 21.
The second annual Young Lives Colorful Fun Run to help teen mothers will be held on Saturday at Josephine Crossing beginning at 5 p.m.
Officials with Special Olympics Montana say that its third annual Over the Edge event, which sent about 75 people rappelling down the side of Montana's tallest building, will raise close to $100,000 when all is said and done.
Officers with the Billings Police Department are working to add a pair of new dogs, and trained officers, to its K-9 unit and are holding a fundraiser on Friday to help reach that goal.