National Register Of Historic Places
Billings Public Works Director Dave Mumford tried to put the wraps on a street surface known as RAP on Monday.
A free public ceremony will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. to celebrate the Clay Butte Lookout’s placement on the National Register of Historic Places.
Land where the first identified dinosaur skeletal remains in the Western Hemisphere were discovered in 1855 has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The Beartooth Highway in Montana and Wyoming has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The piles of logs and branches in the old photos don’t appear to be built by humans, but according to a National Register of Historic Places nomination filed in 1974, they were once shelters constructed by American Indians.
Records were being set in 2013 for the rapid pace of commercial construction in Billings, based on the dollars invested.
LARAMIE — As a 4-H student in the late 1960s, Scott Davis saluted the American flag, scavenged for treasure and played pranks on friends during summer camps at the University of Wyoming Recreation Camp near Centennial.
The winners of the 2013 Historic Preservation Excellence Awards will be honored Oct. 24 when the Montana Preservation Alliance holds its annual meeting at the Northern Hotel in downtown Billings.
The Northern Hotel in downtown Billings has reached another goal in its long journey toward its second reincarnation as a local landmark.
CHEYENNE — The Veterans Affairs hospital in Cheyenne has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
CHEYENNE — Three Wyoming properties were recently highlighted on the National Park Services' National Register of Historic Places website.
The Billings Depot will soon unveil an interactive display that highlights some of the famous people and events associated with the 104-year-old complex of railroad buildings on Montana Avenue.
Mike and Allison Nys bought a Laurel house that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and will tackle an extensive remodel, rather than buy new.
Mike and Allison Nys of Billings didn’t think too hard when deciding whether to build a house or join the remodeling fraternity.
Much has changed in Montana since the Montana Historical Society was founded by the First Territorial Legislature on Feb. 2, 1865.
The New Atlas Bar has been featured in Outdoor Life, filmed for a pilot of “Bars Across America,” and was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places.
BOZEMAN — Time appears to be running out for a 117-year-old, four-story brick facade that is part of the Bozeman Brewery district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Sir Francis Drake Hotel Two years ago while fine-tuning their ideas to remodel the Northern, Mike and Chris Nelson stayed at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel in San Francisco, analyzing what good ideas they could bring back to Montana. The hotel, billing itself as “a classic-contemporary interpre…
SUNDANCE — It would have been easy to get rid of. No one had wanted it.
During his 25 years with A&E Architects, Dennis Deppmeier enjoyed a ground-floor opportunity to restore some of the region’s most iconic buildings.