Ziggy Ziegler is looking for a little help to get back his bright-yellow pedicab.
DEER LODGE — Barry Beach didn’t attend Tuesday’s Board of Pardons and Parole meeting, but a number of his Billings friends did, as did supporters from around the state.
The Downtown Billings Association has chosen its board of directors for fiscal year 2014.
“As the World Turns,” the old TV series, so does the county commission. When everyone is scurrying to make ends meet, Bill Kennedy wants more government. Now is not the time, when consolidation of services is the norm everywhere we look. Times are tough and getting tougher as government keep…
The Downtown Billings Association has announced the board of directors for fiscal year 2013. The chairman of the board is Steve Bruggeman of Valley Federal Credit Union.
Ruining two TV remotes shutting off my TV — I do mean that.
For 28 years Barry Beach woke up every morning in a prison cell. Stark, flickering lights lit the drab space that confined him, and the rumbling echo of cell doors slamming punctuated his 100-year sentence without the possibility of parole.
Barry Beach, left, and Ziggy Ziegler assemble landscape lights prior to a Sunday gathering with family and friends for the Dateline NBC premiere "Whispers from a Small Town," a two-hour special report about Beach's case.
Beach, left, talks with Ziggy Ziegler during an interview at Stella’s Kitchen and Bakery Thursday. Ziegler says nearly everyone he’s talked to has made a positive comment about the Beach case.
Ziggy Ziegler, of Billings, agreed to care for Barry Beach at his home and find him work in Billings after his release by District Judge Wayne Phillips in Lewistown Wednesday.
Those named to the Downtown Billings Association Board of Directors for fiscal year 2012 for a one-year term include: