Amanda Nelson and Keegan Day are more than excellent runners.
Many people dream of one day seeing their name in lights.
The Montana State Billings men’s cross country team had a three-event win streak earlier in the season.
Here are some residential Christmas light displays around Billings:
Mark Bolt of Billings shot this 4x4 mule deer with a 19-inch antler spread while hunting just north of Billings on Thanksgiving Day. To share your outdoor photo with Gazette readers, send a copy in an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, phone number, when the photo wa…
Tina and Mark Bolt, along with their daughter Emily, stand near their home, which blazes with Christmas lights at the intersection of Senators Boulevard and Alkali Creek Road.
A clock counts down to Christmas Day at the home of Mark and Tina Bolt, which borders Alkali Creek Road.
Santa rides a train and wears a railroad hat in one display at the home of Mark and Tina Bolt at 948 Arrowhead, near the intersection of Senators Boulevard and Alkali Creek Road.
Just six years removed from being an all-state cross country runner for Billings Skyview, Mark Bolt was 60 pounds heavier than when he graduated high school (1996) and not going anywhere, having already dropped out the University of Montana. Eventually, Bolt started running again. First he r…