World Trade Center
On Sept. 11, 2001, Col. Timothy "Duff" Duffy flew the first fighter jet scrambled over New York City in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. While on air patrol over Manhattan, he watched from the cockpit of his F-15 as the north tower of the World Trade Center imploded in a cloud of dust…
GREAT FALLS -- A Canadian company has announced plans to build a structural steel manufacturing plant in north-central Montana to make oil production modules for companies working in the oil sands of Alberta.
While the presentations stood in stark contrast to each other, the heart was the same at a pair of events held Tuesday that bookended Billings' public Sept. 11 memorials.
An interactive on the World Trade Center, featuring a time-lapse animation of the reconstruction of the site; interactive maps; and an overview of the tallest buildings in the world.
Ceremonies are planned on Tuesday to honor those who died in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The holiday mailing crunch is the Ironman marathon for package handlers, who work through Christmas Eve.
Birthday child: William Cermak.
Birthday child: Michael John “Johnny” Day.
Birthday child: Andrew Kazmierski.
Father Brian Jordan, second from left, is joined by rescue and construction workers as he blesses a cross of steel beams at Ground Zero on Oct. 4, 2001. The cross was found amid the rubble of the World Trade Center by a laborer two days after the 9/11 attacks.
The devastating attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, marked a defining moment in American history. From New York to Montana, there is hardly a soul who does not recall with vivid memory and emotion exactly where they were and what they felt that day. The attacks redefined America’s relationships arou…
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Sept. 11, 2001 was one of the luckiest days of my life. My son, Brooks, went into work early and did not go to his gym on the 109th floor of the first tower hit in New York City’s terrorist attack.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — In the days after Sept. 11, 2001, Craig Acres’ goal was to keep birds and animals from picking at body parts strewn in the rubble of the World Trade Center.
Craig Acres spent a couple of weeks in New York City after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks helping recovery efforts by keeping birds and rats away from the debris from the World Trade Center towers that contained the remains of victims of the attacks.
A Sept. 11 memorial, with a piece of the World Trade Center at its center, will be dedicated Sunday at the Montana State University Billings College of Technology.
A woman reaches out to touch a piece of steel from one of the former World Trade Center buildings. The beam arrived in Billings on Sunday.
Photos of a 612-pound piece of steel from one of the former World Trade Center buildings in New York City arriving in Billings on Sunday, May 15, 2011.
A man touches a piece of steel from one of the former World Trade Center buildings in New York City after it arrived in Billings on Sunday, May 15, 2011.
Gary Edwards, director of fire sciences at the MSUB College of Technology, stands near the piece of steel that arrived Sunday.