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Ed Kemmick wrote a series of features called "Valley Album" in the early 2000s.
Aug. 3, 2000: You want ADVENTURE?: Instead of battles with wildlife, try a botched, boring river float with family and friends
This story by Ed Kemmick was published in the Outdoors section of The Gazette on Aug. 3, 2000.
Veterans gather for a photo session at the WWII Memorial on Monday.
Ken Robison lives in Great Falls but spends several days a week in Fort Benton, where he is a historian at the Overholser Historical Research Center.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of equality, nonviolence and love rang out again and again during a morning celebration of the civil rights leader at Montana State University Billings on Monday.
A fire that had burned 60 to 80 acres when it was reported about 3 p.m. east of Lockwood had grown to more than 1,500 acres by 8:30 p.m. Monday.
A spirit of unanimity prevailed at a meeting of the Billings City Council Monday night.
A special review for a proposed casino, three zone-change requests and a development agreement with the new downtown branch of Stockman Bank will be considered by the Billings City Council on Monday night.
Should Mitt Romney release his tax returns? Is Newt Gingrich a swinger? Is North Korea’s Kim Jong un a twit or a tyrant?
Stephon Hallam had been staying at a $300-a-week hotel until that got too expensive, so he spent Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday sleeping on a pad on the floor of the Montana Rescue Mission chapel.
A collision between a minivan and a state snowplow on Interstate 94 sent four members of a Plentywood family to Billings hospitals Wednesday.
Dave Mumford, public works director for the city of Billings, is hesitant to start digging up Shiloh Road.
A relatively short but important segment of the Billings bike-pedestrian trail system was dedicated Tuesday afternoon.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered today as a civil rights leader, a visionary, a hero and an orator whose words moved millions.
In its well-intentioned fight against political corruption, Montana has won a battle but looks likely to lose the war.
Former City Councilwoman Joy Stevens has filed a suit against the city of Billings, asking to be reimbursed for the money she spent defending herself from ethics complaints in 2008.
Boardings were up substantially at Billings Logan International Airport in 2011, but the number was still well behind the record year of 2007.
Expansion plans for a West End school and a West End restaurant won the unanimous approval of the Billings City Council on Monday night.
Billings Christian Schools will go before the City Council on Monday night to seek approval of a special review that would allow for expansion of its West End campus.
The Asian Sea Grill, having recently acquired a relatively cheap all-beverage liquor license, is hoping to expand.
Dear Ed: I noticed that you wrote about some of the craziest happenings of 2011 in your column last week.
The Downtown Billings Partnership is looking for a developer interested in buying into a city of Billings parking garage that will be built on Montana Avenue.
From the balmy perspective of the present, let's look back at a year that was memorable mainly for deluges of snow and rain.
Midnight Saturday, the dawn of the new year, will also ring in the first new form of video gambling in Montana since poker and keno machines were legalized 26 years ago.
A Northern Cheyenne woman in her 60s filed a lawsuit Friday in which she says she was repeatedly molested and raped as a young girl by the Rev. Emmett Hoffmann, a revered and popular priest at the St. Labre Mission School in Ashland.
Last July, Stockman Bank CEO Bill Coffee told a Gazette reporter that he hoped the company's new downtown branch bank would open "right close to the end of 2011."
A Heights business has made a $30,000 donation to the "Pool Together" campaign to fund an aquatic center being built on Aronson Avenue.
It’s hard to know what to make of Montana Department of Labor projections, published last week, regarding the hottest jobs on the horizon.
If you've got a mystery critter inhabiting your attic, or if you live in a place frequented by wildlife, Dave Pauli has a proposition for you.
One of the most important items of business for the Billings City Council in 2012 will be tying up loose ends on one of the most contentious issues of 2011.
The Billings City Council approved creation of a citywide park district Monday night, deferring until next year decisions on the nuts and bolts of the plan.
The Billings City Council has only one item on its regular agenda Monday night, but it could be a long meeting anyway.
They say you can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been.
Written protests against a proposed citywide park district came in far short of the number needed to automatically kill the idea.
A Billings attorney has taken his fight against alleged price gouging by NorthWestern Energy to the Montana Supreme Court.
With a vote on creation of a citywide park district a few days away, Billings City Council members are hearing more from supporters of the district, after having heard almost exclusively from opponents initially.
A large pole barn and several vehicles were destroyed Monday night in a fire about 10 miles northwest of Billings.
The Billings City Council breezed through a short agenda Monday night, approving an infill development policy and honoring a landowner’s request to have some of his property de-annexed.
The Billings City Council will hold a public hearing on an infill development policy and then consider adopting it when it meets Monday night.
Walking through downtown Billings a few days ago, when the whole world seem to be a shade of gray, I saw something dazzling several blocks away.
Parmly Billings Library Director Bill Cochran said the city is moving ahead with plans for a new library, focusing on demolishing the old Underriner Motors building behind the library and relocating utilities in the alley.
Let me apologize in advance for getting all serious on you. But, sometimes, if you want to understand the daily news, you need to hear a little history.
To prevent huge increases in premiums, the city of Billings health insurance plan is switching to a single-provider network.
Members of the Billings Parks Board had something of a dress rehearsal at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon.
An outpouring of reaction against plans to create a special citywide park district appears to have persuaded a majority of City Council members that the issue should be put to a public vote.
This soon after Thanksgiving, a person wants to be optimistic, hopeful and full of good cheer.
It may not be an attraction you’ll ever see advertised by the Chamber of Commerce, but cities and counties elsewhere in Montana and in Wyoming are looking to Billings as a possible destination for their garbage.
In the center of the Billings Clinic Commons, a big, airy lobby with a three-story bank of floor-to-ceiling windows, Reno Robinson is playing a soothing melody on a baby grand piano.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
One of the strangest newspaper scandals I've ever heard of is playing out in Utah.