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Jourdan Guidice admits there are days when caring for his two young sons can be stressful.
For the first time in many years, there won’t be a summer program to help Montana veterans prepare for college.
A former Montana State University Billings professor will head the school’s College of Business.
There was no ambiguity about what men of George Wallis’ generation would be doing after college.
Pre-World War II football teams at Montana State College, now Montana State University in Bozeman, suffered a tragic number of wartime casualties that grew into a legend.
Vince Long, the owner of three Volvos, had such a good time visiting with other fans of older foreign cars at local shows that he started a club last year so vintage gearheads could meet regularly.
One long-running scholarship program won’t help local high school seniors with their college educations this year.
The large buffalo that Billings artist Angela Babby painted on rip-stop nylon is dramatic.
Stephanie Lynn wants to change the world one skirt at a time.
Montana State University Billings Chancellor Rolf Groseth immediately started planning the next step for the renovation of the university’s science building after hearing that Gov. Steve Bullock signed several money bills into law Monday.
Bill Kehler ushered Rocky Mountain College’s library into the digital age.
Linaya Leaf, 68, may be retiring from teaching poetry, but not from writing it.
Jane Van Dyk got a jump-start on her retirement by beginning some things she wants to continue in her new life.
Montana State University Bozeman is mourning the loss of its chief information officer who died Sunday in a motorcycle accident west of Bozeman.
As the song “All That Jazz” pumps from a CD player, Ginger Green, 90, steps out in time to the music.
Dancing is just one of a long list of interests that has kept Ginger Green active.
Two juveniles were taken to hospitals after the car they were riding in Friday night went through a red light and hit a second vehicle along Grand Avenue near the entrance to West Park Plaza, Billings police said.
Travis Newman hoped that his first time receiving a salute from a noncommissioned officer wouldn’t be awkward.
A voluntary boil order for customers of the Absarokee municipal water system was issued Friday afternoon due to a damaged water line.
Anudari Batjargal came to Rocky Mountain College in 2009 as a 16-year-old freshman from Mongolia.
Johnathan Diem learned a lot about looking for a job by being on the other side of the table.
Taylar Keller, 20, had no qualms about tackling a degree in a traditionally male field.
Dustin Ahrens, 26, had a great job lined up a month before college graduation. And it’s a dream job, too.
The eight figures look so alive that they could step out of their lined paper background and into the 21st century.
Adrian Heidenreich stumbled onto the first clue of an extraordinary collection of Native American ledger art in a Billings Heights art gallery in 1968.
Even though Greg Chirrick wasn’t at Crow Field in the Heights for the Friday evening Little League game, there were plenty of reminders of the father of three and devoted coach.
A March of Dimes walk in 2007 helped Stacey Pewonka take the first steps toward healing after losing her first child before birth.
Something comes over Russ Davidson when he walks Civil War battlefields.
Carol Lee Matus teared up a little Wednesday as she watched a backhoe begin demolition of the home her family owned for 78 years.
Nicole King of Billings is one of 10 University of Montana Western students being honored as an outstanding teacher candidate at the Night of the Stars in Dillon on April 26.
This year the Billings Family YMCA celebrates 60 years in its location at Fourth Avenue North and North 32nd Street.
A Billings souvenir plate popular when the 20th century was young says a lot about how significant the YMCA was to the growing city.
Betty Martin became a member of the YMCA in the late 1960s when her youngest child turned 7.
The Rocky Mountain College Environmental Club will have a fundraising barbecue April 21 in honor of Earth Day.
Minutes after having the word “interim” dropped from his title, new Rocky Mountain College President Robert Wilmouth was rolling up his sleeves.
Adventure travel writer Tim Cahill will speak and read selections of his writing Tuesday at Montana State University Billings.
Montanans need to look no farther than their own state to see the effects of global warming, a University of Montana professor said Thursday.
A pair of 3-week-old otters nearly slept through their media debut at ZooMontana on Tuesday morning.
A Nobel laureate who is a recognized expert in global ecosystem monitoring will make several public presentations in Billings on Thursday and Friday.
Montana State University in Bozeman is looking into grants directed by Michael Vogel, an Extension Service housing specialist, according to a university news release Wednesday.
The University of Mary will start a master’s program in occupational therapy at its Billings campus this fall.
Bill Rossiter of Kalispell will sing songs of the Civil War at the Western Heritage Center at noon Thursday.
Coal most often is discussed in terms of economic development in Montana and Wyoming.
Four former astronauts will speak during a leadership conference at Rocky Mountain College on Friday.
Baudry Metangmo didn’t know anything about Billings or Montana when he came to Montana State University Billings last year from Cameroon.
Katerina Mendoza wore a slightly dented visor that she plucked from a pile of clothing she was sorting at St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store on Wednesday.
From a small stage, fiddlers, guitar players and a pianist coax couples onto the Shrine dance floor on a Sunday afternoon in February.
The Montana Highway Patrol reported a fatal traffic accident in Columbus Sunday.
Lights went out and vehicles skidded when the Billings area was hit by a freakish combination of lightning, high wind, hail and a dump of soggy snow Sunday afternoon.
The committee searching for a new president of Dawson Community College in Glendive has its work cut out for it.