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Clothes on the floor, papers strewn across the room and pencils hiding so they can never be found. The tools are there: Closets, dressers and desks. But they aren’t utilized. Organization is lacking.
Craig Bartholomew grew up not having much. Other families in the community helped his family. And the mentality to help others has been ingrained in his mind ever since.
As the sun started to peek over the horizon Friday, a group of people gathered at Amend Park to exchange stories and make a plan. The crowd quieted for a moment when a someone let go of a lone balloon, releasing it into the air. They weren’t watching the balloon for a symbolic reason; they w…
Nicholas Ramage and Braylon Brown cruise around the room playing with trucks, tractors and other toys. They play just like any other 2- and 3-year-old would.
When she was 4 years old, Joanne Dodd knew she wanted to be a nurse. That was more than 75 years ago.
The Peterson family left for the Fourth of July weekend to go camping.
No matter where David Kuhn runs, he can’t see what’s ahead of him — or, at least, not much of it.
After an exchange of gunfire, Billings police apprehended a male suspect after an officer-involved shooting around 8 a.m. Sunday.
The line backed up down the street and into the civic center parking lot. Horses, llamas and people readied themselves, waiting for the signal.
There’s a good reason why it’s hard to see the mountains from Billings recently.
Since she was 7 years old, TaNeel Real Bird has juggled two lives.
Playing harp since she was 7 years old and singing her entire life, Victoria Valentine always did both separately.
Montana, the fourth largest state in the country, covers an area of almost 150,000 square miles. Within its borders are 56 counties that have a diverse history.
Steve McCracken is a history teacher of sorts.
David Newman, accompanied by Billings Fire Department firefighters, entered a locomotive Wednesday afternoon to explain the basics of running a train.
Legislators and candidates vying for different House and Senate positions in the Montana Legislature joined together to learn about different challenges faced by the disabled community Tuesday night.
Like professionals, the Montana Special Olympics men’s basketball team from Billings will soon be in New Jersey wearing matching outfits, displaying their Montana colors.
The 2014 "War of the Walls" winner has been accidentally whitewashed.
The moment of truth — the outlet was plugged in, the smoke detector wired and installed and the light switch and outlet in place.
Rain or shine, renovations on Broadwater and McKinley elementary schools will be on track for an August 2015 completion.
Hundreds of people dressed in orange shirts lined the streets of downtown in support of a nondiscrimination ordinance on Monday evening.
The building that once housed the Billings Public Library is coming down slowly, almost as if brick by brick.
The application deadline for the vacant Billings School District 2 board trustee seat closed Thursday. Two candidates applied for the open position, which will be filled for the next year until elections can be held.
When Rosalind Dix returned to her apartment Tuesday to collect her belongings after a fire ravaged the building, she anticipated collecting few things.
The first time Sophia Mascarena attended Camp P.O.S.T.C.A.R.D. (Peace Officers Striving To Create And Reinforce Dreams), she was scared. She didn’t want to be so far away from home.
In 2008, 17-year-old Shelby Shaw got a head start in the beef cattle business.
Fourteen women Thursday became the first graduates of a computer technology skills program, but they weren’t typical students.
Work has always just suited Ivan Hjorth.
Owners of recreational vehicles in Billings kept dealers busy this week with repairs after damaging hail tore through the area on Sunday.
What took Billings Central Catholic High School students days to create was vandalized in a matter of seconds.
When Cal and Rane Paulson lost their jobs in the oil fields in the late 1980s, they didn’t want to be in that position again.