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Yellowstone National Park is closed Tuesday because of the government shutdown.
Firefighters battle a duplex fire in Billings
Firefighters battle a residential fire on the west end
A fire burns at a duplex on the west end of Billings Monday, Jan. 30, 2012.
Billings School District 2 trustees are trying to figure out how best start the process of redrawing school boundaries within the district.
The footsteps down the stairs were loud enough that Liam Dolan woke from a dead sleep.
ExxonMobil agreed Thursday to pay the state of Montana $1.6 million in penalties over water pollution caused by a pipeline break last July that fouled dozens of miles of shoreline along the scenic Yellowstone River.
A vote Monday night by the School District 2 board put the district one step closer to completing contracts with its three labor unions.
Crews will soon begin making emergency repairs to a wall and roof joint at the School District 2 Career Center.
Like many others across the state, Tori Benders and Rhea Riedlinger heard the news Friday from Sidney and felt compelled to reach out.
The Billings School District 2 board voted Monday night to bring in an executive head-hunting firm to help it hire its next superintendent.
Sidney residents react to the support the community has received since the disappearance of Sherry Arnold on Jan. 7.
SIDNEY -- It almost felt like a normal basketball game Saturday afternoon as the Sidney High School Eagles took on the Billings Central Catholic High School Rams.
SIDNEY -- Two men have been arraigned on charges of aggravated kidnapping in connection with the death of Sidney High School teacher Sherry Arnold and are being held in Williston, N.D., Sidney Police Chief Frank DiFonzo said Saturday morning.
SIDNEY -- Standing in close knots on the floor of the Sidney High School Gymnasium Friday night, Sherry Arnold's students tried -- for the first time, really -- to find some way to express their grief.
SIDNEY -- Law enforcement officials are offering few details about the death of Sidney High School teacher Sherry Arnold, or the two men possibly involved with her disappearance.
Sitting in on a joint meeting of the Billings City Council and School District 2 trustees, a group of parents called on leaders to address growth on the West End.
The statewide program launched last year to persuade Montana students to stay in school and graduate from high school just got a $450,000 boost from a Montana nonprofit.
Trustees on the Billings School District 2 board spent the weekend at a three-day retreat designed to give them tools to better communicate with one another and the public.
RED LODGE — At first, it was just a release.
John Gilbertson started to worry when his company was still getting calls for yard care in early December.
The bulge in Chloe Grabarek's back is about the size of her mom's fist, and it's a serious problem.
A day after the Fromberg School District board placed him on paid leave, Superintendent Gary Scott is speaking out.
It was just after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday when a crowd of people rushed into the convenience store next to Hilltop Station Casino shouting about a man with a gun.
Police are seeking the public’s help to find out who broke 173 windows and set fire to two cars on the West End over the holidays.
Over at City Cab dispatch, it'll be a white-knuckle night for about six hours on New Year's Eve.
Nearly six months after the Silvertip pipeline failed, dumping 42,000 gallons of medium crude into the Yellowstone River, the broken section of the line has been removed from beneath the waterway.
Empower parents and they can make a difference.
RED LODGE -- Friday was going to be the big getaway.
Shy as she was, Donnatella Gorea couldn’t hide her smile when she saw the refurbished computer she was receiving from Computers 4 Kids Tuesday morning.
In a 7-1 vote, the Billings School District 2 board appointed Allen Halter to fill the vacant trustee seat representing the northwest end of Billings.
After postponing the decision to make reference checks last week, the Billings School District 2 board will meet again Monday night and pick a trustee to fill the seat left vacant by Barbara Bryan’s resignation in October.
Continuing a process that began at the end of October, crews working for the ExxonMobil Pipeline Co. are still pulling parts of the broken Silvertip pipeline from below the Yellowstone River.
For the students at Highland Elementary, it was a chance to feel the Christmas spirit.
The Billings School District 2 board interviewed the six trustee applicants Monday night and decided to make its pick at a meeting next week.
The six applicants for the open seat on the School District 2 board will sit for interviews with trustees Monday night.
In some respects, Jack Copps is on familiar ground.
With the Monday deadline passed, six West End residents have applied for the open seat on the Billings School District 2 board.
By 2:15 p.m. on weekdays, traffic on the small stretch of 38th Street West between Poly Drive and Rimrock Road comes to a complete halt.
The idea for “Santa Came a Day Late” had been rolling around in Mike Bowman’s head for years, so last year he decided to do something with it.
For Sue Stahley, the food pantry now running at West High is a game changer.
Geography teacher Todd Nevin stood in front of the cheering student body at Castle Rock Middle School and smiled almost uncomfortably.
The Billings School District 2 board meets Monday to discuss the trustee vacancy created when Chairwoman Barbara Bryan resigned last month.
WORDEN — By mid-morning Friday, the University of Montana Grizzlies were thumping the Montana State University Bobcats 486 to 437.
The rumblings of the Bakken oil fields can be felt as far away as School District 2’s Career Center.
Samuel Thomas spent half his morning Wednesday with the principal at Washington Elementary.
Educator for a Day is an annual outreach event organized by the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools to better connect business and community leaders with the schools in Billings.
Jack Copps nearly spent an entire weekend going over the budget for Billings School District 2.
Ben Peterson pulled little Malibu into the crook of his arm and decided it was the cat for him.