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- 2 10-year-old in critical condition after a car fell on him
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- 4 Priest removes gay couple from volunteer posts in Lewistown Catholic church
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HELENA — The Montana Transportation Department is giving the city of Helena about $500,000 in state money to make downtown sidewalks accessible for those who have trouble moving.
Here on the pages of The Billings Gazette, we — like many residents — have carped about the slick roads and the how it seems like plowing has lagged.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A group of Cheyenne property owners are marshaling forces this winter for a common goal - sidewalks clear of snow and ice.
This year has been especially dangerous for pedestrians in Montana. As of this week, 19 people have been killed by motor vehicles while standing or walking on Montana roads or sidewalks.
Be sure food and debris is picked up from your backyard. Once a colony of ants has grown outdoors, it doesn't take much for them to invade the interior of your home.
A sawed-off section of sidewalk, top, tapers in another sidewalk panel after Andrew Campbell finishes his work.
Andrew Campbell, a technician with Precision Concrete Cutting, cuts trip hazards away from a sidewalks buckled by tree roots along Beverly Hill Boulevard on Monday.
Beverly Hill Boulevard homeowner Lori Anderson shows the sidewalk panels near her house that have been marked for repairs.
CASPER — Casper officials remind residents that shoveling snow into the street or gutter is prohibited.
Good news for downtown commuters.
A proposal to install a sidewalk on Hillner Lane in Lockwood to provide children with a safer path to school got a boost on Friday.