When it comes to building a house, one of the goals of new homeowner is to find ways to stretch a dollar. And no one knows that rule better than the volunteers at Habitat for Humanity.
Here are some residential Christmas light displays around Billings:
Yellowstone County already was working to make lighting at MetraPark’s Rimrock Auto Arena more energy efficient when a tornado destroyed the building in 2010.
It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that artifacts from many past school years were awaiting Mike Corbett as he snipped wires, removed plastic covers and unplugged fluorescent tubes from light fixtures hanging in a classroom at Senior High.
SHEPHERD — The kids in the Johnson family feel pretty special to have Bill the Brontosaurus peering out over their front yard for the holidays.
Bob Malcolm would love to have moved to Christmas Wreath Lane when he and Paula Odegaard were looking for a house in 2007.
The following licenses were issued to businesses in August. The information is collected from the city of Billings.
Light is a critical element of interior spaces, but not necessarily at the top of our list when envisioning design possibilities.
While wandering the hallways when school starts Wednesday, the more than 950 students enrolled in the Billings Catholic Schools system might notice that something is a little different.
WASHINGTON — When General Electric blamed "a variety of energy regulations that establish lighting efficiency standards" for the closing of bulb factories in Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, it ignored a critical detail: It and fellow light bulb manufacturers Phillips and Osram Sylvania had lobb…
Business owners in Red Lodge love it when people come from out of town to spend their money there. And, they love it when locals shop in town.
Jyal Morrow began putting up Christmas lights just before Halloween and still had to take time off from work to finish the job before bad weather hit.
"Lite Brite, Lite Brite, turn on the magic of colored lights."
My topic this week, Princeton Tec’s Byte headlamp, costs only about $20 yet it puts out an adequate beam strong enough for most outdoor activities at night.
Electricity is dangerous.