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David Jordan has traveled around the United States playing pickleball.
Sacred harp is a type of music performed by the simplest and possibly the most beautiful of musical instruments: the human voice.
If you’ve been craving a bounty of fresh produce, your wait is over.
Fifty years ago, Anne Nelson, then 9, joined the youth version of Catholic Daughters of the Americas.
Retired Air Force Col. Darlene Sanders was living the dream Thursday morning.
At Summerfair this year, visitors had the chance to see artisans working at their crafts, something that hasn’t happened in the past few years.
Fellowship Baptist Church is always looking for ways to help the community.
To some people, the Rimrocks that line the northern face of Billings offer a bird’s-eye view of the Yellowstone Valley.
Philip J. Burgess, a poet, writer and storyteller, talked Saturday afternoon about a critical moment in the life of Poker Joe, known to the Nez Perce as Lean Elk.
The bride wore a short beige dress and heels with a Batman motif, and the groom donned a faux-tux T-shirt and camo shorts.
The Rev. John Houlihan, lean and spry at 73, sits in the nave of St. Patrick’s Co-Cathedral and counts off his upcoming engagements.
Etched in granite on the Indian Memorial at the Little Bighorn Battlefield are words spoken by Cheyenne warrior Young Two Moons.
Two Rocky Mountain College students are on a sort of treasure hunt at the Moss Mansion in Billings, and they’ve discovered some historical nuggets.
BEARCREEK — Excitement was in the air at the Bear Creek Saloon & Steakhouse on a recent Thursday evening, as competitors for the first race lined up at the gate.
On a high, grassy hill in Lockwood that boasts a panoramic view of five mountain ranges, Bo Reichenbach will soon rebuild another part of his life.
Fourteen-year-old Olivia Clyde celebrated the end of eight months of chemotherapy with a party Thursday morning.
Cloudy skies and a little rain didn’t stop a crowd from turning out for the 35th annual Heart and Sole Race Saturday morning.
A menorah. A video filled with remembrance. An aluminum panel covered in colorful handprints.
The Rev. Dave Thompson sat on the floor in a hallway at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, surrounded by 19 second-graders and a few helpers.
A national conference slated for next weekend is putting the focus back on what happened in Billings 20 years ago.
About 100 people gathered at a rally Saturday afternoon to commit to working toward getting a nondiscrimination ordinance enacted in Billings.
Greg Simpson has always had a thing for serving people.
At a significant point in Crow history, photographer Orlando Goff took a stately photograph of Chief Plenty Coups.
The day after he lost many of his belongings in the Okerman apartment building fire, resident Eli Perea was remarkably upbeat.
It’s June, and love is in the air.
To paraphrase that old movie quote, fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy afternoon.
David Otey sat in the audiology exam room Thursday at the Billings Clinic, a new hearing device attached to a spot slightly behind his right ear.
For Dennis Waldron, drifting along in a jewel-colored hot air balloon carries with it a feeling of freedom.
Nearly 80 people made short work of planting more than 325 trees in Coulson Park on Saturday.
The stubborn simian still refuses to give up its grip on the Rims.
In 1975, the venerable evangelist Billy Graham called Native Americans “a sleeping giant” who, if awakened, could bring spiritual revival to America.
PRYOR — On a recent weekday, Plenty Coups High School freshman Dani Buffalo sat at his laptop working on an algebra problem in his Integrated Math I class.
LAME DEER — A dozen Lame Deer seventh- and eighth-graders will take part in a very exclusive talent show on Tuesday.
Cynthia and Nathan Bradshaw, of Billings, took a peek Saturday morning at a suite where they may deliver their firstborn son in July.
On a recent warm spring day, a couple dozen kids happily clambered on the newly installed playground equipment just north of the Faith Evangelical Church building, at the corner of 32nd Street West and Central Avenue.
A suspected natural gas leak Saturday evening prompted the Billings Fire Department to evacuate several houses on and near Broadwater Avenue between 18th Street West and Glen Drive.
The first thing the Rev. Bob Fox learned about Billings when he arrived in 1981 was the variability of the weather.
Rocky Mountain College President Bob Wilmouth has formed a committee to review the criteria used for choosing candidates for honorary degrees. It’s among several committees he has formed in the last year.
Bozeman entrepreneur Greg Gianforte was greeted with applause from an attentive audience when he spoke Saturday at Rocky Mountain College’s commencement.
Spring is in the air at ZooMontana.
Mary Queen of Peace Parish will kick off a three-year capital campaign in May, with the goal of securing part of the $4.5 million needed to build a new Catholic church in Billings.
When D’Jeane Peters wants something, she goes after it.
It’s not easy being the mother of a child with huge medical problems.
When you watch the African Children’s Choir, you can’t help but smile — and sometimes even cry, Nate Longstaff said.
First the Downtown Rotary Club voted to contribute $25,000 to renovate the kitchen at Friendship House of Christian Service.
It’s Sunday morning at Elevation Church, and the Rev. Dave Carroll is a busy man.
Harlow Mahlen got an egg-cellent haul of plastic candy-filled Easter eggs Saturday at the Great Easter Eggstravaganza at the Depot in downtown Billings.
Pastor Levi Lusko will preach his Easter Sunday sermon in Billings at the Babcock Theatre in downtown Billings.
Twelve-year-old Sydeny Hust hopped on a specially designed bicycle to see how many electric bulbs she could light up.
Edward Martin, president and CEO of Blue Clay Ventures, will be the guest speaker at this year’s annual Billings Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.