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It seemed unseasonably warm through much of May and still most of Senior High stayed cool and comfortable.
Students at Broadwater and McKinley elementary schools get extra day of summer vacation.
Andria Spring discovered the cosmos had a sense of humor when she busted her nose while playing soccer and found out it would require surgery.
Levi Beck has a plan.
When Raegan Bunting was a sophomore at Skyview High, the moment came when she had to decide if she was going to embrace the high school experience or coast along in the background.
Jane Kelly received the news she was half-expecting to come but completely dreading.
When Victoria Reyna headed back to school last year she was thinking about her kids.
In its first official act of the evening, the Billings School District 2 board swore in two new trustees and an incumbent Monday night, ratifying the results of the May 6 elections.
These days, when Cole Barnes visits his mom at McKinley Elementary School, all around he sees kids and teachers wearing T-shirts he helped create.
One last time, Montana's Honor Flight arrived at Billings Logan International Airport on Monday night, greeted by more than 1,000 cheering onlookers welcoming them home.
School District 2 board trustee Lindy Graves announced his resignation Monday morning as he prepares to take a new job in South Dakota.
Jerry Traylor was born with cerebral palsy and has walked with special crutches his entire life.
Billings business owner Susan Layton beat out her challenger for a seat on the School District 2 board after ballots were tallied Tuesday night.
It looks like incumbent Janna Hafer will keep her seat on the School District 2 board.
School District 2 hopes it will find the best people for its committee tasked with redrawing school boundaries.
Will James Middle School students took home the top prize for design and engineering during the National Science Bowl held over the weekend in Washington, D.C.
The Riverside Middle School principal who was removed from her job in March has negotiated a financial deal with School District 2 that will allow her to retire.
High-schoolers on the state Student Advisory Board met for their spring retreat in Billings on Friday and quickly got to work on solving all the world’s problems.
Several months ago, Joe Kelly drove up to the Montana Department of Transportation’s office here in Billings ready to go to work.
Every public high school junior in Billings — and across the state — took the ACT college entrance exam Wednesday free of charge.
Superintendent Terry Bouck was given mostly high praise in his first performance evaluation by the Billings School District 2 board at its Monday night meeting.
Eric Olsen doesn’t shy away from controversy.
Janna Hafer has been plugged into Billings Public Schools in some way her whole life.
What's a trip to a middle school classroom when you've been to the moon?
David Snow knows summer camps, it's how he put himself through high school and college.
School District 2 needs $5.6 million by 2018 to afford running the two new middle schools that it plans to build over the next three years.
School District 2 trustees will be busy over the next three days as they fill out their evaluations of Superintendent Terry Bouck.
School District 2 trustees will hold a special meeting on Monday to decide the parameters for this year’s superintendent evaluation and to begin the process of redrawing school boundaries.
It might not seem like it now, but eventually spring weather will hit Billings and kids will start regularly walking to school again.
Dan Carter, chief of community affairs for ExxonMobil in Billings, stood in front of a room of fifth-graders at Lockwood Elementary School and extolled for them the virtues of reading.
As School District 2 gears up to launch nearly 60 maintenance projects this summer, district officials have restructured its facilities management team to handle the load.
The deadline to file to run for a seat on the School District 2 board of trustees closed Thursday evening; five candidates will be running.
Pediatricians at the Children's Clinic have started giving books to their young patients in an effort to promote and improve early childhood literacy in Billings.
Just as Jeff Bridges was getting into his tour of the Billings Family YMCA with Gov. Steve Bullock, a woman stopped him in the hallway and asked for a photo.
Kevin Cicero was caught completely off guard when the Golden Apple prize committee showed up at Boulder Elementary School on Thursday.
And then there were 16.
The job performance of Superintendent Terry Bouck is now open for review.
Just because it’s wearing a vest doesn’t mean it’s a service animal.
Students from the Career Center's SkillsUSA Club are headed up to Havre next month to compete with other Montana high schools with a little assist from some friends.
School District 2 trustees got their first look on Monday night at models and schematics for the new Heights middle school and for the newly redesigned McKinley and Broadwater elementary schools.
Firefighters battled a blaze at Gysler Furniture in Wolf Point on Monday afternoon.
Appearing in Yellowstone District Court on Thursday morning, the man involved in the 2012 Christmas Day shooting in the Heights pleaded guilty to an amended charge of mitigated deliberate homicide for killing 34-year-old Sabah Mallak.
Just three weeks left to file for the School District 2 board race.
In 2013, Billings claimed fewer high school students also enrolled in college courses than any other comparable community in Montana.
Sometimes you need a professional.
School District 2's struggles to launch a successful college credit dual-enrollment program for high school students is probably best illustrated by Mikayla Burpee.
By Friday, nearly a foot of new snow had piled up in Billings, and it still wasn't enough for School District 2 to break its 25-year record of keeping classes open in inclement weather.
City and school leaders are looking at ways to make it safer for pedestrians to walk to downtown and midtown schools.
More high school students in Billings — and from across Montana — took Advanced Placement classes in 2013 than ever before.
The new owners of the old James F. Battin Federal Building visited Billings earlier this week and met with city officials and business leaders, answering questions and spreading the word that they have plenty of office space ready to lease.