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.
Caleb Wagner, 4, plays among wooden cutout lawn decorations as friends and family help George Jurovich put up his Christmas display in front of his home at 2425 Granite Ave. on Saturday.
Friends Mike Bernhardt, right, and Travis Wagner, left, help George Jurovich, center, put up Christmas displays in front of the Jurovich home at 2425 Granite Ave. on Saturday.
Friends and family help George Jurovich put up his Christmas displays in front of his home at 2425 Granite Ave. on Saturday. Jurovich, who has decorated his home for 42 Christmases, couldn't do heavy lifting this year because of open-heart surgery in October.
Caleb Wagner, 4, and brother Jacob, 6, help George Jurovich put up his Christmas displays in front of his home at 2425 Granite Ave. on Saturday.
Cutout figures and LED lights brighten the holiday display at the home of George and Maureen Jurovich on Granite Avenue.
For 35 years, the steeply terraced yard of Maureen and George Jurovich on Granite Avenue has brimmed with Christmas cutouts built by George Jurovich and other decorations.
George Jurovich stands near one of the multitude of Christmas displays in his yard at 2425 Granite Ave.
If you’re searching for magnificent displays of Christmas lights, don’t miss these familiar holiday crowd-pleasers:
Billings and Laurel are alight with creative holiday displays.
George Jurovich of Billings caught this 40-pound king salmon on the Skagit River in August in the last hour of the last day of great fishing.