Four years after Bill and Mary Underriner opened their Honda showroom off Zoo Drive, they are investing up to $6 million more to build a second dealership.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — When Po Chen talks about lives lost in recent, major seismic events — such as the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China, and the 2011 tsunami off the coast of Japan — he slowly shakes his head.
A three-story building in Onagawa, Japan, was pushed over by the March 11 tsunami.
This Ishinomaki neighborhood was destroyed by the March earthquake and tsunami. Clean up has begun but four months after the disaster, much more needs to be done.
The suburbs of Ishinomaki, Japan, were destroyed by the March tsunami and earthquake. Although much has to be done to rebuild the area, cleanup has begun. The mountains of trash in the background have been sorted.
Volunteers hold a sign they made for the Onagawa Town Disaster Center. From left to right is a tsunami survivor and current volunteer know as "Mr. Big Peach;" Talia Harris, formerly of Billings; Suzanne Lee Ogata, of the U.S.; and William DeGroot, of Great Britain. Harris, who teaches Englis…
A house landed on top of another house during the tsunami that swept through Onagawa, Japan, in March. Even though both homes were destroyed, curtains of the bottom house remain intact.
Talia Harris, formerly of Billings, and another American volunteer, Suzanne Lee Ogata, dry Onagawa town records to save them after they were soaked in Japan's March tsunami.
Talia Harris, who is teaching in southern Japan, didn’t feel the earthquake that hit the northern part of the country March 11.
MISSOULA — The University of Montana Foundation is launching a scholarship for new students from areas of Japan affected by the March earthquake and tsunami.
Japanese students at Montana State University Billings have rallied their friends and colleagues to help raise funds for victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Five Japanese students at Montana State University Billings are raising money to help those dislocated by the March 11 earthquake, tsunami and damage to nuclear power plants in Japan.
Wild things happen in Yellowstone National Park all the time — geysers shoot water hundreds of feet into the air and mud pots gurgle with steaming-hot sludge.