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Terry Zee Lee of SkyWindWorld Inc. displays a few of the Native American themed kites that will be on display at Billings Logan Airport.
District 4 Old Time Fiddlers perform their old time country music at the Shrine.
District 4 Old Time Fiddlers led by Neil Logan perform 'In the Jailhouse Now.'
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.
The Story Mansion sits on a 2.5-acre park on Willson Avenue in Bozeman.
If you ask Dalien McGraw and Beth Uthaug to share a few memories about their 10 years in Girl Scouting, expect it to take some time.
The Montana State University Billings College of Technology hopes to offer more general education classes this fall to pump up programs for students wishing to transfer to four-year degrees.
The chill and snow of the return of a real Montana winter didn’t discourage a good turnout for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day bell ringing at Montana State University Billings on Monday morning.
LIVINGSTON — If you think wooden axles and wheels went out with the horse-and-buggy days, Jem Blueher will set you straight.
It was a bold, brave act against the status quo in the segregated South of the 1960s.
Even the well-traveled among the Rocky Mountain College students recently visiting China were surprised by what they found in the economic powerhouse.
A civil lawsuit against Rocky Mountain College by a former employee has been settled.
They saw the musical and then painted the mural.
Fifty Christmas Eves ago, 12-year-old Bobby Switzer set out luminaria along Mariposa Lane near his house.
While touring Montana State University Billings for the first time, Tyler Rutledge asked where he could put his empty plastic drink bottle.
Bob Malcolm would love to have moved to Christmas Wreath Lane when he and Paula Odegaard were looking for a house in 2007.
Lighting December nights can be cheaper with strings of holiday Light Emitting Diodes (LED).
MILES CITY — Lyle Small was a police officer for 28 years on the West Coast before retiring and moving back to Miles City, his hometown.
GLENDIVE — Even Texas native Jim Cargill, president of Dawson Community College, has never seen an oil boom quite like the one exploding into Montana from North Dakota.
Chas Weldon can't wait to see what roofers discover when they strip off aging shake shingles on the Yellowstone County Museum next week.
Early one morning in September, Montana State University Billings student Caitlyn Linder finished her night shift at Walmart, drove to campus at about 6:30 a.m. and walked to the library, where she waited for it to open.
After documenting scores of Montana barns for a new book, Chere Jiusto can’t pick one favorite.
Harley O’Donnell remembers when his family’s barn had horse stalls opening on each side of a center aisle.
According to family history, Orville Weldon never borrowed money to build a structure on his ranch.
The Montana Board of Regents is expected to vote on continuing an expanded welding program at the Montana State University Billings College of Technology when it meets in Bozeman this week.
Montana State University Billings students hope their small business selling flash drives will help other students in a big way.
Tim Urbaniak was working on a technical project with the Carbon County Historical Museum several years ago when then-director Penny Redli brought out old survey maps of coal mines under Red Lodge.
Hilary Gourneau, 23, came to Montana State University Billings to get a degree.
Rolf Groseth’s call to enroll and graduate more American Indian students at Montana State University Billings was so important that he made a public point of it twice recently.
College always was part of Dominic Old Elk's "old man plan."
Montana State University doesn’t just actively recruit American Indian students to Bozeman.
Montana long has had a power of attorney law, allowing a person to conduct financial business on behalf of another person.
The U.S. Senate race in Montana next year is shaping up to be a close one, according to Montana State University Billings poll results released Wednesday.
Montanans strongly disapprove of President Barack Obama's overall job performance, according to a poll recently conducted by Montana State University Billings.
May Anderson Vontver was an energetic Swedish immigrant who staked a homesteading claim near Roy in Fergus County in 1917.
Over the years, history buffs have relied on walking tours led by historians or printed guides for information about older buildings in downtown Billings.
Yurts & skyscrapers: RMC geology professor studying mountains in Mongolia observes country's mix of tradition, progression
Local residents driving Derek Sjostrom through central Mongolia were geniuses at fixing vehicles that need at least some repair every day.
Families of Montana college students need to know how much debt their children might incur going to college.
Tami Haaland knew by the age of 12 that she would be a poet.
Two Billings programs that give female prisoners the tools to keep them out of jail in the future have received major federal grants.
Expanding two-year education is important not only for training Montanans for jobs, but also to jump-start a four-year degree.
Sheryl Noethe's best poems start with an idea for the opening line.
The Montana Board of Regents on Thursday approved pay raises for most Montana University System employees by 1 percent plus $500, bringing the salaries of these leaders to:
The Montana Board of Regents approved raises for nearly all employees of the state’s university system Thursday morning in Billings, acknowledging that it came at a time when things weren’t as good economically for some other Montanans.
The Montana Board of Regents on Wednesday gathered in Billings to review a proposed $1.4 billion budget for the Montana University System for this year.
Rolf Groseth formally was installed as Montana State University Billings chancellor amid musical flourishes and academic pomp Tuesday morning.
A happy hubbub of 60 kids and their families swirled over the grass in Marillac Courtyard on Sunday afternoon.
A three-vehicle accident east of Livingston killed one man and injured seven others Saturday evening.
A Montana State University Billings hunt for William Clark's canoe camp has turned up some interesting, but inconclusive, finds.
Birthday child: Abigail Montana Swanson.