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A line surrounds two sides of the Toys R Us store Thursday evening as shoppers wait for a 6 p.m. opening.
Toys R Us department supervisor Cindy Eickhoff, left, helps customers as they wait for the store to open Thursday evening.
Kacee Redding from Lovell, Wyo., sits in line with her phone while waiting for Target to open on Thursday evening.
Corrine Burtney, left, and Rochelle Fiolleau wait in line for Toys R Us to open Thursday evening. The two made the trip to Billings from Saskatoon to take in the sales.
Kmart opened at 6 a.m. Thursday, offering special deals from flat-screen televisions to electric scooters.
Kmart opened for shopping at 6 a.m. Thursday.
As grateful residents count their blessings around the traditional Thanksgiving turkey, by far the biggest blessing for one Billings couple, Justine Myers and Ryan French, will be helping their son celebrate his first turkey day with a bottle or two of baby formula and some quality time with…
Brandy Schiffer and Joshua Granger are going to enjoy raising a little Kane.
HELENA — Dave Armstrong’s first opportunity to dine on bear came 70 years ago on Thanksgiving day when he and nearly 140 soldiers lived and trained at an Army post up what is now Rimini Road just outside Helena.
The Billings Food Bank's Fortin Culinary Center prepares to feed approximately 300 people from the Billings community on Thanksgiving.
The atmosphere was warm and the talk was cheerful.
BONNER — Denise Heikkila beamed as she received the gift from strangers standing on her porch, and Cajun, her dog, peered out the window at the commotion.
Emily Combs bags up an order of baked goods for a customer at Great Harvest Bread Company on Wednesday.
Ashlee Nethercott delivers an order of baked goods to a customer at Great Harvest Bread Company on Wednesday.
Black Friday, the crazed shopping day after Thanksgiving, has a new name this year.
Q. Dear Dr. Baskett: What advice do you have about how I can stay on track during the holidays?
If you're hoping for a wintry Thanksgiving this year, it might be a good idea to dive into that ate-way-too-much, tryptophan-induced nap a little early and just sleep through the weekend.