Rehberg Ranch Estates
A lagoon is part of a "package plant" used to treat sewage at the Rehberg Ranch Estates subdivision.
A preliminary ruling from an organization that provides information to the insurance industry would drop the rating of city of Billings' firefighting capabilities two points on a 10-point scale.
HELENA — In Montana’s high-profile U.S. Senate race, Democrats have been labeling Republican U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg a “millionaire congressman” — and they don’t mean it as a compliment.
A lawyer for U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg and his wife has offered to settle a lawsuit against the city of Billings "without monetary compensation" for a 2008 wildfire that threatened the couple's subdivision.
With settlement negotiations stalled, an attorney for the city of Billings has filed a formal response denying claims by Rehberg Ranch Estates alleging firefighters failed to properly contain a 2008 wildfire.
A 69-year-old man from New York state was killed when he crashed a four-wheeler in the Rehberg Ranch Estates on Tuesday night.
HELENA — U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg, the wealthiest member of Montana's congressional delegation, this week reported a substantial decline in his multimillion-dollar net worth for 2010, primarily because of a new appraisal of his family's land holdings in Billings.
A veteran Montana congressman is seeking a settlement in a year-old lawsuit against his hometown for the way it handled a wildfire on his land. But the city maintains Rep. Denny Rehberg and his wife have yet to even specify what they're seeking or file the paperwork needed to jumpstart the s…
A lawsuit filed in July by Rehberg Ranch Estates against the city of Billings alleging that firefighters failed to control a 2008 wildfire at the subdivision sits idle in Yellowstone County District Court nearly four months later.
On July 4, 2008, more than 100 firefighters from various agencies fought a dangerous wildfire in the Rehberg Ranch Estates subdivision. Pushed by dry conditions in inaccessible terrain and 100-degree heat, the fire scorched nearly 1,200 acres before firefighters stopped it.
After suing the city of Billings and alleging that it failed to control a 2008 wildfire at Rehberg Ranch Estates subdivision, U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg and his lawyer said the city never responded to repeated requests for information, including a request for copies of incident reports.
The city of Billings expects to contest a lawsuit that alleges that the Billings Fire Department breached a duty to protect the Rehberg Ranch Estates subdivision from a wildfire that scorched nearly 1,200 acres on July 4 in 2008.
Mike Dolan said his wife is ready to move from their new house at 4218 Blackpool Trail in Rehberg Ranch Estates.
Rehberg Ranch Estates residents watch the fire through a haze of smoke Wednesday.
Billings, Lockwood and Billings airport firefighters battle a fire at Rehberg Ranch Estates Wednesday.
Danielle Maciel and her daughter, McKayla, watch as flames approach Rehberg Ranch Estates subdivision in 2008.
Firefighters on Thursday were mopping up a fire that scorched more than 10 acres near the Rehberg Ranch Estates Subdivision. The fire, which was reported Wednesday afternoon, was brought under control later that night.