Rocky Mountain College
Rocky Mountain College president accepts ALS ice bucket challenge and challenges Montana State University Billings and Carroll College.
From left, Rocky Mountain College’s Brad Nason, Steve Gamman, Bob Wilmouth, Kelly Edwards, Karla Mongeon-Stewart and Bruce Parker take the ice bucket challenge Tuesday at Rocky.
About eight hours after Rocky Mountain College President Robert Wilmouth received an ice bucket challenge from the football team via Facebook, he accepted.
The good news for the women’s volleyball team at Rocky Mountain College is that all 13 players return from last year's 25-win team, and the Battlin’ Bears also learned Tuesday afternoon that they’re the 17th-ranked school in the NAIA’s Top 25 preseason poll.
The men's and women's soccer teams from Rocky Mountain College will open their seasons at home Wednesday against Doane College of Nebraska at Wendy's Field.
Sending a dirt bike rider and an Eastern Montana native to inventory lands with possible wilderness characteristics may seem like a bad choice by the Montana Wilderness Association, but Cameron Sapp doesn’t see it that way.
The women's volleyball team at Rocky Mountain College was one of 33 NAIA teams nationally to receive the American Volleyball Coaches Association team academic award.
An Arizona transplant to Rocky Mountain College, Tyler Kethley’s summer internship gave him a chance to visit some wild places in Eastern Montana.
The Rocky students also visited the Judith Mountains, which provide a high point on the plains for extensive views like this.
Chain Buttes in Eastern Montana is one of the areas identified by the Montana Wilderness Association as having wilderness characteristics.
Rocky Mountain College students conducted an inventory of the area including Dovetail Creek north of Winnett this summer, marking roads and other human alterations as interns for the Montana Wilderness Association.
Scott Carlson, who was recently hired to serve as an assistant women's basketball coach at Rocky Mountain College this coming season, was found dead at his Billings home on Tuesday.
Rocky Mountain College played in the first college football game in the nation last season.
From the time he was 10 years old, Tyler Reed knew he wanted to be an airplane pilot.
College officials know how critical freshman orientation is.
When Rocky Mountain College begins its fall semester later this month, the new students won’t be the only fresh faces on campus.
An exhibit of cuadros — fabric narratives from Peru — will offer cultural and social commentary on many levels when it is shown at Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery from Aug. 29 through Sept. 25.
Rocky Mountain College has signed three more players for its women's basketball program.
Scott Carlson, who has over 30 years of high school basketball coaching experience, has been hired as an assistant coach with the women's program at Rocky Mountain College.
A bobcat has been the closest relative to a Canada lynx that the Rocky Mountain College crew has captured on camera.