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Yellowstone County Museum director Benjamin Nordlund discusses the history of the World War I Maxim machine gun and how the Billings American Legion came to acquire a pair.
Gabriel Hink of Gabriel's Toys provides his thoughts on why certain toys continue to be sought after even into adulthood.
Pompey's Pillar National Monument manager Jeff Kitchens explains why buckskin outfits were popular choice on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Historian Blain Fandrich explains why and how the Heffner Steps were carved into the side of the Rims.
Yellowstone County Museum director Benjamin Nordlund explains why the Sharps rifle was a popular choice for Montana mountain men.
Members of the Shepherd chapter of Future Farmers of America brought farm animals to Head Start in Billings and set up a petting zoo for the students.
I love to photograph in Yellowstone National Park, but aside from bison, my pictures have been of the landscape rather than the wildlife.
Christian Takes Gun Parrish, aka Supaman, recently stopped by The Gazette’s Studio Enjoy to record a music video featuring his combination of Fancy Dance, traditional Apsaalooke music and hip-hop.
When I stepped out from the canopy of trees along the Appalachian Trail into a meadow, I walked into a sea of lights.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — A zephyr lifted ice crystals from the tops of snow-covered fir trees growing up the southern slope of Dunraven Peak in Yellowstone National Park. As the millions of crystals floated above the dense stand of trees, the warm light from the low-hanging January sun ca…
How much do you know about Santa Claus? Test your knowledge of Jolly Saint Nick with the help of four and five year old from the Kid Corral in Shepherd and Billings Head Start.
Daniel and the Blonde perform their song 'Nice People' in the Billings Gazette's Studio Enjoy. Daniel and the Blonde are Daniel Davies Hallock and Rümeysa Venus.
Members of Harvest Church volunteer to remove Russian olive trees around Riverfront Park. The church's congregation volunteered to led a hand at various locations around Billings on Sunday.
Wrangler Team Roping Championships organizer Dennis Tryan explains the basic of team roping.
Billings band, Magik City Music Group, performs their song 'Give My Life' in the Billings Gazette's Enjoy Studio. The song is a sneak peak off of their upcoming album "Do What You Do." The band's members are MC Luis Montoya, Lead Vocalist Chalce-donae, and DJ Next Year aka Rodney Montoya.
Scott Holt stopped by our studio to give us a preview of tonight's performance at the Rock the Block Party for Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the Yellowstone Valley Brewing Company Garage Pub. The event will benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation. Joining Holt will be openers Clay Green…
Spiral Skies Bellydance is presenting a show Saturday at the ABT at 7 p.m.
Tyson Bybee of Movie Stunt Adventure demonstrates a few tricks of the stuntman trade at MontanaFair.
Long exposure shots of the Mighty Thomas' Carnival Rides provide an unusual perspective of the midway at MontanaFair on Friday night.
Over 100 watercrafts floated down the Yellowstone River from Livingston to Columbus during the 50th anniversary of the Yellowstone Boat Float.
Dave Myers is a “Star Wars” fan down to his telephone number.
Billings band No Cigar performs their song 'Dreams of the Hopeless' in the Billings Gazette's Enjoy Studio. The band's members are lead vocalist Nick Miles, drummer Colton Gabel, guitarist Chris Reeves and bassist Zachary Reiter.
Bob Keele fishes off the shore at Lake Elmo on Sunday evening.
Kayak racers practice as last minute adjustments were made to the slalom course for the Rock Creek Slalom Kayak Race in Red Lodge.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals volunteer Leila Sleiman handed out "roadkill jerky" in downtown Billings on Friday.
Vickie-Lynn Terpstra and Julia Donovan demonstrate how to easily change the look of your hair while adding a little bling.
Yellowstone National Park Historian Lee Whittlesey discusses the history of the various hotels that were built as the park became a popular tourist attraction.
Dancers compete at the Saturday night powwow of the 94th annual Crow Fair.
At the Acton Bar and Steakhouse young men including 73-pound Warren Brennan, 13, try to hang onto angry, one-ton bulls for prize money and bragging rights.
Yellowstone National Park historian Lee Whittlesey explains why Yellowstone was chosen to be the first National Park.
Ride along with Jason Blackford on his Kawasaki KX500 as he makes his first run up 'Bentonite Nightmare' at the Miller Lite Great American Championship Motorcycle Hillclimb.
Classic and antique cars that have been restored to at least 90% of their original condition were on display at North Park on Saturday for the 5th annual Billings All Original Car Show.
The below images taken at Pictograph Cave State Park are created with a device called a Gigapan. The Gigapan allows a photographer to create highly detailed panoramas by stitching together large numbers of telephoto shots to create an image that allows the audience to view a scene from a w…
Steve Hovis pilots his powered paraglider over the West End of Billings.
A herd of mountain goats graze on grass just over the Wyoming border along the Beartooth Highway, July 7, 2012.
When Taylor McCabe, 17, inherited her grandfather David McCabe's 1973 Dodge Dart Sport, she decided to continue a family tradition - drag racing at the Yellowstone Drag Strip in Acton.
The Billings Police Department and the Yellowstone County Sheriff's K-9 units perform training exercise in the parking lot of MetraPark.
Mixed Martial Arts and Freestyle motorcross were combined into one event at the Rimrock Auto Arena. Motorcycles performed backflips over the MMA cage as fighters battled it out below the bikes.
Mark Polakoff of Absaroka Search and Rescue and his training partner Aaron Harris demonstrate their search and rescue dogs Tashi and Rommel.
Afternoon rainstorms in Yellowstone County helped to form rainbows throughout the area.
Ice climbers Chad Chadwick, Anne Rickbiel, and Hilary Eisen use ice picks and crampons to scale Hellroaring Falls in the East Rosebud mountains.