MISSOULA — Every story with a happy ending has a not-so-happy beginning. This particular story begins in a downtown alley, where 63-year-old Dave Douglas was sleeping early Saturday morning.
MISSOULA — Missoula police are investigating an alleged wheelchair robbery that occurred in a downtown alley at 2:28 a.m. Saturday.
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.
Just more than three years ago, Taylor Sheehan was a high school athlete coming to grips with spending the rest of her life in a wheelchair after a car crash.
A man in a wheelchair was hit by a SUV while trying to cross 6th Street North at 29th Street in downtown Billings.
Emergency personnel tend to a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of North 29th and 6th Avenue North on Tuesday. One witness said the man was dragged along for a short distance by the vehicle.
James Daniels, a transplanted Southerner, talks about his off-road wheelchair.
James Daniels demonstrates his off-road wheelchair as he makes his way through terrain typically not wheelchair-accessible along the Yellowstone River near Reed Point last week.
James Daniels loads his All-Terrain Renegade Wheelchair onto the back of his truck in Reed Point for a trip to a nearby fishing access site.
Jeff Swenson's father manufactured a rubber-tracked wheelchair that allows him to negotiate rugged terrain so he can now go camping and fishing with his family. His wife, Jana, likes the Action Trackchair for another reason.
Ann Halubka got through security at Billings Logan International Airport in about 15 minutes Friday.
A 17-pound titanium wheelchair is the only mode of transportation -- both indoors and outdoors -- that Ken Keierleber has at his disposal.