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Billings looks to island lease to expand trail system

Billings looks to island lease to expand trail system

The city of Billings is considering leasing a 71-acre parcel of land along the Yellowstone River from the state of Montana.

December 09, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Tracy Lofts also a platinum project

Tracy Lofts also a platinum project

Two days after a Red Lodge building project achieved a LEED Platinum rating, a building in Billings designed by the same architectural firm received a similar rating.

November 23, 2013 12:15 am Photos

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Red Lodge Boys and Girls Club earns LEED Platinum rating

Red Lodge Boys and Girls Club earns LEED Platinum rating

The renovated and expanded building occupied by the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County recently became the first LEED Platinum-certified building in Red Lodge.

November 23, 2013 12:15 am Photos

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Arch isn't the kind of company we want in Montana

Miners from around the country traveled to Arch Coal's shareholders meeting in Wright, Wyo., last month. Their reason? Arch joined Peabody Coal in spinning off Patriot Coal, a new company to which they transferred many of their pension obligations, and which then summarily declared bankruptc…

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Nash Emrich

Nash Emrich

Nash Emrich, an architect at High Plains Architects, became a licensed architect, LEED accredited professional and president of a local nonprofit by age 27.

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BikeNet hires 1st paid director

BikeNet hires 1st paid director

BikeNet, the nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the trail system in Billings, is poised to switch into high gear.

December 04, 2012 5:15 pm Photos

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BikeNet executive director Kristi Drake

BikeNet executive director Kristi Drake

BikeNet executive director Kristi Drake

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Nash Emrich

Nash Emrich

Nash Emrich

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Emrich earns architectural license

Emrich earns architectural license

Nash Emrich of High Plains Architects, P.C., has  received his architectural license from the Montana Board of Architects. Emrich received his master's of architecture degree from Montana State University in Bozeman and is also a LEED Accredited Professional. He has substantial expertise in …

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Bikers, runners hit Billings' expanding trail system

Bikers, runners hit Billings' expanding trail system

The Billings trail system has come a long way in 15 years.

September 21, 2012 12:15 am Photos

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Billings Bike Bash brings together cyclists of all types for 1 event

Billings Bike Bash brings together cyclists of all types for 1 event

Only a short time after running the Grizzly Peak Triathlon, Jennifer Drinkwalter decided to organize the Billings Bike Bash on Saturday.

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Billings team competes in 54-hour-long trivia contest

Billings team competes in 54-hour-long trivia contest

As midnight melted into 1 a.m. Saturday, teammates hunched over laptops linked to a 16-port network router. Wires snaked to folding tables and sofas were shoved against the living room walls in the Billings home of Joe Splinter and Olivia Stockman.

April 09, 2011 4:30 pm Photos

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Nash Emrich calls 90FM

Nash Emrich calls 90FM

Nash Emrich calls 90FM in Stevens Point, Wisc., to report his team's answer to a trivia question on Friday.

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Ales for Trails on tap tonight at Dehler Park

Ales for Trails on tap tonight at Dehler Park

Ales for Trails is celebrating its 10th anniversary of promoting bicycle trail development in the Billings area. This year, the Sept. 24th event is moving to Dehler Park, home of the Billings Mustangs baseball team. The event features beer from many of Montana’s craft breweries, live music a…

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Guest opinion: Conservation fund deserves full Senate support

Guest opinion: Conservation fund deserves full Senate support

In coming months, the U.S. Senate will tackle a comprehensive energy package. With this legislation, Montanans will have an opportunity to boost our local economies, protect our unique outdoor areas and create recreation opportunities by fully funding the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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