LAUREL — The corrosive effects of chlorine — and the natural decay that occurs over nearly eight decades of community use — are readily visible at the Laurel city pool at Thompson Park.
LAUREL — Laurel voters will mark their ballots June 3 to decide whether residents want the certainty of funding — and the property tax hike — that comes through a park maintenance district.
LAUREL — When Jaycees in Montana celebrate each other’s accomplishments, they pump up the music and high-five each other while lined up, much like a goal scorer in hockey is congratulated.
For Laurel Mayor Ken Olson, the final seconds of 2013 ticking off the clock toward 2014 represented not only the end of another year, but the end of a long career.
A last-week flurry of filings has given Billings voters choices of candidates for the Nov. 5 city elections. That’s good news for our growing city. When more of us participate in our government, more perspectives are heard, public issues are debated and better informed decisions are made.
Andrew Campbell was a big hit Monday afternoon.