A Billings-based educational program that teaches middle-school students about technology used during Lewis and Clark’s historic journey by comparing it to its modern counterparts has received a national honor for its efforts and will celebrate the award at a public event Wednesday.
In return for care and safety, dogs offer unconditional love.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County has joined up with a national campaign to provide its services to more local youth and increase its presence in the Billings area.
As dozens of youngsters lined up in the cafeteria at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County’s Bair Family Clubhouse on the South Side, the smell of freshly cooked French toast and sausage wafted through the room.
With low home inventory at all price points, our market is exceedingly attractive to homeowners looking to sell.
Regina Demis says she was drawn to the nonprofit sector because she wanted to work for an organization that makes a difference.
Three original theater productions created and performed by Billings high school students will be presented at 7 p.m. on Jan. 24 at the NOVA Center for the Performing Arts.
For more than 30 years, Montana health officials have hypothesized about the causes of the state’s high suicide rate, chief among them social isolation, easy access to firearms, alcohol use and abuse and the stigma associated with mental illness.
Teen suicide will be the focus of a community meeting in Billings on Sept. 5 when a documentary kicks off an innovative suicide-prevention campaign.
Thursday night in Billings, temperatures dipped into the 30s.
Negative stereotypes about young people are all too common. Adults tend to criticize young people’s lifestyles, attitudes and outlook. But most young people are productive members of society who outperform adults when it comes to volunteering. Fifty-five percent of young people participate i…
For at least 35 years, Montana has had one of the highest suicide rates in the nation, and a disturbing number of those self-imposed death sentences have been young people.
A cute young boy staring outside
On Monday evening, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County Lockwood clubhouse unveiled a new playhouse and learning center designed to be a space for younger kids.
Caitlin Chandler and Jasmyn Florez tossed their heads back, punched the air with clenched fists and, in unison, shouted “Yes!”
When they realized they had a bit of an overflow of new bicycles, employees at the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch realized they could help another child-oriented group in Billings.
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