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A Billings woman with four state felony convictions for having posed as a nurse to get painkillers admitted doing it again, only this time she was charged in federal court.
Two California men suspected of trafficking methamphetamine after law enforcement officers found about six pounds of the drug in their downtown Billings motel room denied federal charges Tuesday.
A Laurel man who was at the lower end of a large methamphetamine ring but had a long criminal record will spend 12 years in federal prison.
A Crow Agency man said he was drunk when he threatened three boys with knives after he startled them while the children were playing in a shed.
MontanaFair will celebrate its 100th birthday next year, and MetraPark’s staff wants it to be a special celebration.
When Yellowstone County employees go for a smoke break, they go outside and often head for “the cave,” a protected cubby hole on the southwest corner of the building.
Tourists don’t seem to have any trouble finding the Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture, 15 miles east of Billings.
Two Billings men convicted of trafficking a large amount of methamphetamine in the area each got long federal prison sentences on Thursday.
A former Billings mother who was convicted in a large meth conspiracy pleaded for probation in federal court on Thursday.
A Billings man with three prior drug felonies and facing state charges admitted federal gun and ammunition possession violations on Wednesday.
A Billings woman who trafficked more than a half a pound of methamphetamine in the community will spend three years in federal prison.
Yellowstone County’s Extension Service will be leaving its downtown courthouse offices for a temporary location while waiting for construction of a new building at MetraPark. But the move won’t be far.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming.
A federal judge this week sentenced a Fairview man to five years in prison for his role in a large methamphetamine trafficking network.
A Billings man who was accused of trafficking methamphetamine at the Billings Pre-Release Center and who had $10,000 in his sock admitted federal drug charges this week.
A federal judge in Billings on Thursday sentenced an elderly Hysham man to five years in prison for selling methamphetamine to an undercover agent.
A proposed surcharge on Yellowstone County employees who failed to participate in a health fair blood draw backfired this week after two unions objected.
Interstate Engineering of Billings will be working with the Lockwood Pedestrian Safety District Advisory Board as its consultant on safety projects, such as sidewalks, for the community.
A Hardin man on Tuesday admitted stabbing to death a St. Xavier man whose body was found in the Bighorn River at the Two Leggins fishing access on the Crow Reservation last year.
The Billings Police Department identified the victim of a fatal shooting on Thursday as David Leroy Vallie, 36, of Billings.
The race for Yellowstone County treasurer, assessor and superintendent of schools is a match between two political newcomers, both of whom touted their experience as qualifications for the job.
In his bid for re-election, Yellowstone County Commissioner John Ostlund, a Republican, ticks off a list of highlights he says showcase a well-managed county — a $100 million budget, little debt and a AA+ bond rating, which is the second highest possible.
Lockwood residents will get a chance to review progress on community projects during the second annual town hall meeting and social Oct. 14.
A man accused of trafficking methamphetamine from Southern California to Montana for distribution in the Billings and Roundup areas admitted federal charges on Thursday.
A Laurel couple, along with their son, admitted federal charges in Great Falls this week after facing charges related to a series of crimes stemming from a large corruption probe involving the Chippewa Cree Tribe on the Rocky Boy’s Reservation.
A Fairview man told a federal judge Tuesday that he used a phone to get a car for a drug dealer to pick up more methamphetamine for distribution in Sidney and the Bakken oil fields.
What is Yellowstone County parkland and what isn’t, along with parkland leasing policies, is under review by county officials.
Warm temperatures will continue through Friday in the Billings area, but cooler conditions and possible showers will move in for the weekend.
Agents found about six pounds of methamphetamine and $1,700 in cash in a downtown Billings motel on Tuesday, and two California men are accused of bringing the highly addictive drug here for redistribution.
After more than a decade of work, a comprehensive study of the Yellowstone River is in the home stretch.
A Hardin man charged in the 2013 fatal stabbing of a St. Xavier man whose body was found in the Bighorn River near a boat ramp at the Two Leggins fishing access on the Crow Reservation is expected to admit to murder charges.
A Billings man accused of breaking into an off-duty police officer’s vehicle and stealing a department-issued rifle and other items admitted to federal firearms charges on Thursday.
Yellowstone County’s top 10 taxpayers for 2014 remain the same as last year, but the order has shifted, with the CHS Inc. refinery in Laurel becoming No. 1 for the first time.
A Billings man suspected of shooting his father over a drug debt will go to federal prison for three years for his role in a methamphetamine conspiracy.
Fifteen years after Kathryn Laird drowned in Big Horn County, Montana state and federal law enforcement agents have arrested her husband, Brian Laird, on murder charges.
To celebrate 20 years of AmeriCorps, a national service program, about 50 men and women spent Friday morning in Billings doing what they’re passionate about — volunteering to improve the community.
A Fairview man suspected of stealing 13 firearms from a Sidney business appeared Friday in Billings on federal charges.
A Washington man arrested after a robbery Sunday at the Billings West End Wal-Mart in which the robber held a knife to a clerk’s throat is facing federal firearms charges.
Two former high-level federal Bureau of Land Management officials who worked in Virginia, including a deputy state director from Montana, have denied criminal charges accusing them of defrauding the government in an employment scheme.
CHS Inc. recently announced a $406 million upgrade for its oil refinery in Laurel to boost diesel production and efficiency.
A Billings man accused of distributing methamphetamine from his home admitted federal charges on Tuesday after investigators seized more than $22,000 from his home, including two $20 bills used in an undercover drug deal.
A Sidney man has admitted he distributed methamphetamine he got from Robert Armstrong, a Washington drug dealer convicted in a large trafficking ring that brought the drug to the Bakken oil fields.
The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives on Thursday honored a former Montana federal prosecutor for her work in prosecuting multiple defendants in a large undercover investigation into drug trafficking, guns and robberies in the Billings area.
A Big Timber man will spend more than five years in federal prison for his role in a large drug trafficking case that brought nearly pure methamphetamine to the Bakken oil fields.
A former clerk for the Belfry School District on Wednesday denied federal charges that she defrauded the district and filed false tax returns.
A former West High teacher and coach accused of sexually exploiting children and distributing child pornography by computer denied charges in U.S. District Court in Billings on Tuesday.
Great weather and strong night show entertainment led MontanaFair to record-breaking total revenue and carnival income, MetraPark officials said Wednesday.
A Yellowstone County Sheriff’s sergeant who is facing misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges in Deadwood, S.D., has been placed on paid administrative leave.
A Crow Agency man accused of assaulting someone with a knife last year denied federal charges on Wednesday.
A Wyoming man admitted Thursday to stealing more than 500 pounds of explosives that belonged to the U.S. Forest Service after finding a bunker near Red Lodge while looking for a place to camp.