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Above, frost covers wild roses at Lake Elmo State Park. An ant, left, explores the roses as the day warms up.
Brian Engle, left, and Blake Coady measure the horns of Lin Torgerson’s longhorn, Sweet Grass 60, on the Hodges ranch near Big Timber.
Miss Crow Nation Andrea Stump gets her crown from her mother, Della Stump, on Wednesday at Crow Fair Royalty Coronation at Crow Agency.
Dancers follow the follow the flag bearers Saturday at the Day of Honor at Plenty Coups State Park on Saturday.
Breakfast seating awaits early morning diners at the new The La Quinta Inn in Billings.
Abigail Aning, left, and Alexandria Johnston enjoy their new bikes Tuesday at the Boys and Girls Club.
TeraBeth Jochems provides specialized tutoring to Alec and Ty D’Aigneau, left to right. Jochems takes on the toughest cases, the students who are falling far behind their peers — usually despite other interventions — and are in danger of never catching up.
Darren Wilson (top) beat Tucker Kaczmarek at the AAU Western Grand Nationals Wrestling Championships in Billings.
Wranglers drive cattle past Pompeys Pillar at Clark Days on Saturday.
Ken Kulhmann gives a tour of his chuck wagon at Pompeys Pillar during Clark Days on Saturday.
Knox, 4, and Michele Johnson check out a triceratops at MetraPark's Jurassic Quest event in Billings on Saturday.
Nancy Darling works out regularly at Curves at 1238 Central Ave. in Billings. She went from a size 14-16 to a size 6.
Merlin Whitedirt beat Robert Caplette in 182 pound action at the AAU Western Grand Nationals Wrestling Championships in Billings.
Steve McCracken talks about trade beads at Chief Plenty Coups State Park Friday.
Above, AnnaMarie Linneweber plants peppers at the Billings Food Bank’s garden at Oscar’s Park.At right, Sharon Wetsch cages a tomato at the Billings Food Bank’s garden at Oscar’s Park.
Billings firefighters arrive for a training exercise at Wester Sugar co-op’s factory in Billings on Thursday.
Montana Rail Link’s Dave Newman, at right, tells Billings firefighters Joe Sands, center, and Levi Bogunovich about train engines during a training session for Billings firefighters on Wednesday.
Ellen Taylor, Kaden Sterkenburg, Amelia Brooks and Saige Vacca, from left, are featured in Billings Senior High’s “Imagine That! Stories to Stage.” The collection of tales will be preformed Friday and Saturday.
Tiea Tobey talks about Clara Barton and medicine in the Civil War on Thursday at the Billings Public Library.
Maple buds bloom in Billings Heights on March 19.
A young dancer in the Grand Entry of the MSUB Powwow in Billings on Friday.
Ted Vlahos, doctor of veterinary medicine and a specialized surgeon, leads a Swedish warmblood back to her stall at Rocky Mountain Equine Hospital, which opened in January at White Aspen Ranch on 56th Street West near King Avenue West.
Terpsichore dancers Tami Hunt, Olivia Jones and Carly Green, from left, dance in The Gazette’s photo studio. The troupe performs its “Pop Art” production Saturday at 1 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Babcock Theatre.
Billings Senior High Librarian Lyn McKinney, left, and Principal Dennis Holmes, a 1981 Senior High graduate, look over an old Senior High yearbook on Friday. Senior High School will celebrate its 75th anniversary this year.
Cal Cumin, accompanied by Spike, talks about the future of the old Bundy Bridge at Pompeys Pillar on Wednesday.
Skyview High School theater students are presenting several one-act shows on Friday at 7 p.m.
Far left, a cyclist rides on Blue Creek Road as cars stream mist from the wet roadway Tuesday.At left, Bella Contreras, 9, puts makeup on her snowman in the 1200 block of Governors Boulevard on Tuesday.
Alison Ebel, Billings Skyview High School Choir: Music is very important to me because it lets me show what I’m feeling while doing something I love. It also lets me reach out to other people on a personal level.
Design student Shawn Karls, left, is using a 3D printer to make a 3D model of a house and garage he designed for a class at City College at MSU Billings.
ExxonMobil’s Christian Petterson talks to Bench Elementary fifth-graders during Lunch and Learn at the school in Billings on Tuesday.
Snow covers trees at Togwotee Pass near Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Flames leap above the trees at the Rock Creek fire Wednesday.
Cooke City, 25 years after the fire, has new buildings and trees and undergrowth on the ridge that burned above town.
Billings Royals’ Joe Zimmer is safe at second as Medicine Hat’s Braden Goldade leaps over him chasing the throw in the American Legion tournament semifinal in Billings on Saturday.
Safflower grows at a Safflower Technologies International test plot.
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Tessa Thompson of Spiral Skies Belly Dance Troop dances while balancing a scimitar on her head.
Lame Deer music teacher Natalie Parker helps C.J. Cryar, a junior at Lame Deer High School, in band on Tuesday.
Costumed runners finish the 5k race in the Fun Run for Charities in Red Lodge on Saturday.
Cars and trucks of all kinds drove in Burn the Point in Billings on Friday. Hundreds of classic cars cruised downtown as part of the annual event.
Burn the Point kicks off Friday with a car parade starting at 6:30 p.m. downtown followed by a street dance under Skypoint featuring Bucky Beaver and The Groundgrippers.
Twilla Speelman, of Ashland, sits at the kitchen table of the FEMA trailer Thursday afternoon that was provided to her and her family by the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Housing Authority. She and her family lost their home in June to the Ash Creek fire.
Matt Knoche and his father, Doug Knoche, have remodeled the Club Carlin on Montana Avenue into a techno rock and video dance club called NV Nightclub.
Bill Culhane, left, stands next to a 1955 Lancia Aurelia he owns with his wife, Sandi. Don Cantrell stands with his 1929 Star Coupster. Both vehicles will roll into North Park for the Billings All-Original Car Show on Saturday.
Alpacas roam a pasture at Alpacas of Montana Inc. after their shearing. Alpacas are smaller and have softer fleece than their llama cousins. Both come from high mountains in South America.
Joe Medicine Crow calls veterans to join a honor dance at a salute to veterans at Crow Native Days in Crow Agency on Friday.
Custer and the 7th Cavalry head to their doom at the Little Bighorn Re-enactment near Crow Agency Friday.
The restoration of the Little White Church included stripping and refinishing the 12 original pews.
Angela Fulkerson plays Wanda and Zak Kreiter plays Alex in a scene from Billings Studio Theatre’s new production of “Maggie’s Getting Married,” which opens Friday, June 8, at the playhouse on Rimrock Road.
Jim Evanoff, Yellowstone National Park’s environmental protection specialist, talks about this portable machine that was built to recycle small propane canisters. Another one was designed to recycle bear spray canisters.