Scheels All Sports
Downtown Billings is losing two trendy clothing shops, while Shiloh Crossing will soon celebrate another arrival.
After her exile from near Rimrock Mall, Sue Rydquist has found a new home at Shiloh Crossing for her Simply Wine store.
At 220,000 square feet, with enough room for an indoor Ferris wheel, Scheels will cast a long shadow over Billings' retail sporting goods industry when it opens Saturday morning.
Scheels Sporting Goods has officially closed in the Rimrock Mall, but mall retailers say they are optimistic after losing a major anchor tenant.
Ferris wheels have changed a lot in the half century since Paul Courchaine last operated one.
Most of the vests, hunting gear, fishing poles and exercise equipment are in place at the new Scheels Sporting Goods store on Billings’ West End.
Workers started installing the base of a Ferris wheel this week at the new Scheels Sporting Goods store at Shiloh Crossing in Billings.
A piece of the fair is coming to the new Scheels sporting goods store next month.
Greg Walter was in a meeting when his phone started ringing. He silenced it, but it rang again. And again.
As a teenager, Peter Yegen III helped trail dozens of bulls from his granddad’s ranch, now part of the Peter Yegen Jr. Golf Club, up Zimmerman Trail.
A woman suspected of shoplifting more than $2,000 worth of merchandise from multiple West End stores was charged with felony theft in Yellowstone County Justice Court on Monday.
Some may question whether it makes sense to outfit the giant new Billings Scheels store with expensive amenities such as an indoor Ferris wheel and a saltwater aquarium.
With Yellowstone County’s unemployment rate expected to fall to around 2 percent within a year or two, many employers worry about where they’ll find qualified workers.
Within sight of the Scheels superstore being built a mile away, FedEx Ground officials kicked off construction Thursday on a five-acre building at the corner of Gable and Hesper roads.
Chances are, Dewey Algaard will never forget the birthday that he celebrated on June 7.
Scheels of Billings will provide $25,000 in financial support to The First Tee of Montana over the next five years.
The official announcement that Scheels was building a megastore in Billings occurred last November.
OK, skeptics, step right up. You were the ones who crossed your arms and sent your tongues clicking when Scheels announced that it’s building a 220,000-square-foot megastore at Shiloh Crossing.
With amenities like an indoor Ferris wheel, a giant aquarium where divers feed fish and 220,000 square feet of retail space, Billings has never seen anything quite like the new Scheels sporting goods superstore scheduled to open in 2014 at Shiloh Crossing.
The formal announcement that Scheels will build a Billings store at Shiloh Crossing that will be triple the size of its existing Rimrock Mall store will be Nov. 1.