Rocky Mountain College
Day 1 was warm, windy and wild at the Montana State Women’s Amateur and Senior Amateur golf championships.
Sue Peterson has a shot to make history this weekend during the Montana State Women's Amateur and Senior Amateur golf tournaments at Yellowstone County Club.
Torry Hill, who wrapped up a stellar four-year basketball career as a guard at Montana last season, will be assisting with the women’s program at Rocky Mountain College in the fall.
Jeff Malby is returning to Rocky Mountain College as an assistant men's basketball coach.
UPDATE 3 p.m.: Billings Police Chief Rich St. John confirmed at a 2 p.m. press conference Wednesday that the same suspect, 52-year-old Kelly Dee Megard, was involved in two shooting incidents Tuesday afternoon.
The Billings Police Department and Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office are investigating two shooting incidents which occurred about 30 minutes apart on opposite ends of Billings on Tuesday.
Billings Police responded Tuesday afternoon to shots fired on Rimrock Road near Rocky Mountain College.
Unamused, the osprey mama circled and squawked and even dove at researchers Monday morning as they carefully lifted her two chicks from their nest south of Laurel.
Retired Air Force Col. Darlene Sanders was living the dream Thursday morning.
Rocky Mountain College associate professor Mark Osterlund teaches a genetics class to physician assistant students Thursday morning.
Retired Col. Darlene Sanders takes a look at materials for her genetics class at Rocky Mountain College on Thursday. Classes for new physician assistant students began this week.
Retired Col. Darlene Sanders asks a question during a genetics class at Rocky Mountain College on Thursday. Classes for new physician assistant students began last week.
Rocky Mountain College associate professor Mark Osterlund teaches a genetics class Thursday.
The Rimrocks don't seem secretive at first glance.
To some people, the Rimrocks that line the northern face of Billings offer a bird’s-eye view of the Yellowstone Valley.
Zane Holdbrook’s livestock operation was developed through his studies at Rocky Mountain College. Ten students participated in the advanced entrepreneurial class, but only Holdbrook, 20, has received funding so far in the partnership with Yellowstone Bank.
One of Zane Holdbrook’s goats grazes on pastureland near Boyd.
Rocky Mountain College accounting student Zane Holdbrook talks about the class that helped him get a loan to boost his livestock business. Holdbrook raises sheep, goats and calves near Boyd.
Holdbrook feeds his Nubian goats on pastureland east of Cooney Dam.
Four of Holdbrook’s 36 Dorper sheep stand in spring pasture near Boyd. Holdbrook, a 20-year-old student at Rocky Mountain College, developed a plan to support his livestock venture in a new course for budding entrepreneurs.