Shannon Peterson has a challenging job at CTA Architects Engineers. Outside of work, she’s also a dedicated volunteer.
Shannon Peterson supervises 27 employees for CTA Architects Engineers, a 77-year-old Billings firm that employs nearly 400 people in 18 offices.
It was a calm Wednesday afternoon for trailer No. 5 resident Vonda Hotchkiss, at home with her rat terrier mix dog and her godson, until she was rattled by a noise.
A pilot program launched by the Billings YMCA is helping a key age group learn how to get fit and make good lifestyle decisions.
From left,, state Rep. Kelly McCarthy, Billings Police Chief Rich St. John and Butch Bratsky, of Stockman Bank, listen to Newman Elementary School principal Travis Niemeyer give a tour of the school for the Educator for a Day program on Thursday.
State Rep. Kelly McCarthy watches second-grader Emily Jagelski work on math problems on a notebook computer at Newman Elementary School. McCarthy, Butch Bratsky, of Stockman Bank, and Billings Police Chief Rich St. John joined principal Travis Niemeyer for a tour of the school on Thursday.
All over the district, years of accumulated deferred maintenance have created frustrating problems for teachers and custodial staff members.
A man was taken to the hospital late Tuesday morning after an altercation on the South Side.
Three boys from Newman Elementary were suspended from school and arrested Tuesday on suspicion of assault with a weapon and possession of a weapon on school property.
Santa and his elves visit kids at Newman Elementary School in Billings.
Kaili Riggs, a first-grader at Newman Elementary in Billings, couldn’t stop smiling.