LARAMIE — Barbed wire snaked its way across the top of the wall, threatening any hands that would dare to climb.
Maps are a curious--and sometimes colorful--piece of school-inspired décor.
Team USA lost 1-0 to Germany in pool play Thursday in the World Cup, but advances to the knockout stage.
MISSOULA — The Missoula law firm that is representing a Grant Creek resident accused of murdering a German exchange student will host a live showing of the U.S.-Germany World Cup soccer match on big-screen televisions in Caras Park on Thursday.
U.S. Troops wade through water and Nazi gunfire during the D-Day landing in Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944.
On Tuesday morning, June 6, 1944, The Billings Gazette carried a banner headline on its front page:
German prosecutors are opening an investigation into the shooting death of Diren Dede, the 17-year-old German exchange student killed last month in a Missoula garage.
WASHINGTON — Igor Stravinsky, the Russian composer, said of Poland, perilously positioned between Russia and Germany: "If you pitch your tent in the middle of Fifth Avenue, it is quite likely you will be run over by a bus." Poland has been run over hard and often; indeed, between 1795 and 19…
Billings horsewoman Carol Fraser traveled to Europe in the 1940s to learn classical dressage and jumping, bringing those skills back to Montana to train hundreds of students.
You say you’re interested in globalization and international trade? Erik Wesley, owner of Cast Steel Solutions, a business that deals mainly in steel and iron, has a unique perspective on that subject. And you might be surprised that it all started with rugby.
Five foreign ambassadors will travel across Montana on a trade promotion tour with U.S. Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., next week.
WASHINGTON — With the global furor over the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities, you might think that other governments are refraining from such intrusive monitoring. But recent reports by U.S. technology companies make clear that foreign governments are aggressively compellin…
Devin Uskoski, who led Rocky Mountain College to the NAIA championship in 2009, has signed a one-year contact with one of the top professional basketball teams in Japan.
When Rose Duchesneau's sixth-graders start at Alkali Creek Elementary on Aug. 28, they'll have access to a new resource aimed at tying their lives in with the world around them and opening their eyes to foreign countries.
Sixth-grade teacher Rose Duchesneau looks over a map of Germany after a study tour of the country for educators. She will use information and materials gathered on the trip in classroom lessons.
Paul and Kay Hanson were married June 26, 1963, in an 11th-century church in West Berlin the same day President John F. Kennedy gave his "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech.
During two trips to Europe — Italy and Greece in 2005 and Paris and Germany in 2010 — Kelly McCandless remembered to bring along appropriate footwear for when she and her husband visited nice places. When you think about it, tromping through a nice restaurant in your hiking boots just doesn’…
This historic photo shows the wreckage-strewn Naval Air Station at Pearl Harbor following the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941.
WEISSENFELS, Germany -- Former Rocky Mountain College basketball star Devin Uskoski is competing with Mitteldeutscher BC in Germany's Basketball Bundesliga, which is its top professional level.
Mansions are visible along the Neckar River in Heidelberg, Germany, from a scenic waterway tour on the river ship Avalon Felicity.