Students in Joel Rogers' third grade class at Lockwood Elementary School take cover under their desks during the Great Montana ShakeOut earthquake drill Wednesday.
Third-grade teacher Joel Rogers talks to his class, including Gracie Dague, right, after the Great Montana ShakeOut earthquake drill at Lockwood Elementary School on Wednesday morning.
Lockwood Elementary School teacher Kim Shanks helped coordinate the school's participation in the Great Montana ShakeOut earthquake drill Wednesday.
Third-grader Logan Kohn comes out from under his desk after Joel Rogers' class participated in the Great Montana ShakeOut earthquake drill at Lockwood Elementary School on Wednesday morning.
Third-grader Francisco Milheim takes cover under his desk during the Great Montana ShakeOut earthquake drill in Joel Rogers' class at Lockwood Elementary School on Wednesday. People across Montana participated in the readiness drill.
While Gov. Steve Bullock travels the state pitching his plan for making pre-kindergarten available to all 4-year-old Montanans, he should stop in Lockwood to see what a difference pre-K makes for kids.
Half a turkey and cheese sandwich, chicken nuggets, fruit, salad and milk were on the menu in the Pine Court Trailer Park in Lockwood on Monday, the first day of the Lockwood School Summer Food Service Program.
The Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office has arrested Lester McFerron, 36, on a burglary charge in connection to a Wednesday home invasion that sent Lockwood Schools into a modified lockdown.
The Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office has released a sketch of the man involved in a Wednesday home invasion that spurred a modified lockdown of Lockwood School.
"Getting Started" clinics for the Montana Women's Run will be held every Monday from March 17 to May 5, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Rocky Mountain College and at Lockwood School.
Helping seriously emotionally disturbed children is a team effort at Lockwood Schools. In fact, it’s an effort with five Comprehensive School and Community Treatment teams caring for struggling students in grades K-8.
By Friday, nearly a foot of new snow had piled up in Billings, and it still wasn't enough for School District 2 to break its 25-year record of keeping classes open in inclement weather.
Lockwood Schools received on Friday a donation for the Lions Lair, the celebrated community playground that was closed to the public in 2012 for safety concerns.
This year has been especially dangerous for pedestrians in Montana. As of this week, 19 people have been killed by motor vehicles while standing or walking on Montana roads or sidewalks.
Hundreds of people filled the Sturdevant gym at Lockwood School on Thursday night to join in a democratic process for planning Lockwood’s future.
Chances are, if it was at Lockwood School last week and didn't move, it was painted or polished by members of Lockwood's Fellowship Baptist church.
To cap off a week of service, members of Fellowship Baptist Church in Lockwood will host a block party on Saturday.
A 28-year-old man is facing two DUI charges and a felony theft charge after he reportedly fled the scene of a crash Tuesday night – only to attempt to steal and then crash a semi-truck a few hours later, according to Montana Highway Patrol.
More than half of the 30 Lockwood residents who showed up at a public meeting Tuesday night said they would be willing to tax themselves to pay for paved walkways and streetlights in their community, and another quarter said they would be willing to pay for only sidewalks.
Free “Getting Started” clinics to prepare for the Montana Women's Run will be held every Monday from March 18 to May 6, starting at 5:30 p.m. at Rocky Mountain College and at Lockwood School.