HUNTLEY -- On the third time through a playoff hole, Jake Hedge of Montana State Billings carded an eagle, giving him the medalist title Friday afternoon at the MSUB Yellowjacket Fall Invitational golf tournament played at Pryor Creek.
Don Buechler and his wife, Cindy, will be treated to some stunning scenery and wildlife this week as part of their long-awaited Alaskan cruise.
MISSOULA -- The women's golf team at Rocky Mountain College placed fifth Tuesday at the two-day Grizzly Invitational, which was hosted by the University of Montana at Missoula Country Club.
Former Billings Central golf standout Kyla Clancy has transferred to Rocky Mountain College after spending one season at the University of Montana, the Frontier Conference school announced on Tuesday.
The Rocky Mountain College women and Montana State Billings men are leading the Collegiate Cup golf competition between the Yellowjackets and Battlin' Bears after the first two rounds of play at Peter Yegen.
HUNTLEY -- The Montana State Billings men and Rocky Mountain College women won the team titles at the MSUB Yellowjacket Fall Invite golf tournament Friday at Pryor Creek.
Lightning started several wildfires on or near the Crow Indian Reservation on Sunday, including the 500-acre Wild Horse Ridge fire that sent smoke billowing into the Billings area.
LAUREL -- Tom Swanson came away with another big prize Monday afternoon by continuing his hot streak on Yellowstone County golf courses.
For 16-year-old Nick Bell, the Yellowstone County Junior Golf program is the fairway to success.
Sinking deeper and deeper into the Pryor Creek mud, Mike Schilz and Zach Farrand hauled in a long fish trap from the murky water.
Minnows and a sand shiner fill a small net as Mike Schilz, Zach Farrand and their professor Kayhan Ostovar catch and tag fish in Pryor Creek on Wednesday.
Rocky Mountain College professor Kayhan Ostovar, left, Zach Farrand and Mike Schilz document fish trapped in Pryor Creek. Schilz, a recent RMC graduate, injects a tiny device that will electronically provide data if the fish is captured again. RMC student Farrand records information about ea…
Mike Schilz, right, hauls a fish trap filled with about 100 small fish, followed by Zach Farrand with a hook and buoy. Schilz wants to find out what fish are in Pryor Creek after floods took out irrigation structures that kept most fish in the Yellowstone from reaching the stream.
Mike Schilz, a recent graduate of Rocky Mountain College, examines a channel catfish as he, Zach Farrand and their professor Kayhan Ostovar catch and tag fish in Pryor Creek on Wednesday.
Mike Schilz, left, carrying a fish trap, is followed by Zach Farrand as they catch and tag fish in Pryor Creek on Wednesday. Schilz received a grant from the Yellowstone River Research Center for the fish study. Farrand who is a summer Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks intern. Farrand also has…
Huntley Irrigation Project will receive $1.8 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to cover repairs from the 2011 flood.
Golfer Jeff Taylor of Billings recorded a double eagle Tuesday on the 535-yard, par-5 No. 3 hole on the Elmer Link Course at Pryor Creek.
Huntley Irrigation Project is nearly back to normal as crews complete the final third of a $2.4 million repair stemming from 2011's disastrous flooding.
Weather was the biggest news of 2011. A precipitation-drenched winter and spring touched everyone in the region.
Construction continues on infrastructure at the confluence of Pryor Creek and the Yellowstone River near Huntley on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011.