- 1 Man charged with putting camera in ex’s shower says he was filming chickens
- 2 Study seeks to analyze hunter-bear interactions
- 3 Prosecutors: Man burned girlfriend with cigarette, made kids flush his meth needles
- 4 Bleskin injury further tangles Bobcats' QB situation
- 5 Opening times for Billings stores on Thanksgiving, Black Friday
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A pronghorn runs through a field along Molt Road on Oct.17, 2014.
Alkali Creek School fourth-grader Hazel Demaray sorts food donations at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
Alkali Creek School sixth-graders Lyvia Schelle, center, and Karli Taylor build a gingerbread house at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
Alkali Creek School fifth-grader Cydney Pfaff makes turkey-themed snacks at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday.
Alkali Creek School students make turkey-themed snacks at the Ronald McDonald House onWednesday, November 26, 2014.
Alkali Creek School fifth-grader Nikolas Spartz sorts food donations at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
Alkali Creek School fourth-graders Hadley Bybee and Madeline Tranel make Thanksgiving cards at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
Volunteers put together a gingerbread house at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
Curt Zygmond, left, and others from the Billings Career Center's culinary class prepare Thanksgiving dinner at the Ronald McDonald House on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
Billings airport maintenance crews clear snow on the runway with their new snow blower Wednesday.
Kary McCartney and her 8-year-old son, Michael wait for their flight to leave at the Billings Logan International Airport on Wednesday.
Billings airport maintenance crews wait for an arriving plane to pass as they clear snow on the runway Wednesday.
Wunsch of the U.S. Marine Corps is the coordinator for the local Toys for Tots campaign.
The nonprofit Bridger Biathlon Club has signed a purchase agreement with the owners of Bohart Ranch Cross Country Ski Center to buy the 270-acre facility as well as the adjoining Crosscut Ranch for $10 million.
Reid Perry opens for Field Report at the Babock.
Reid Perry opens for Field Report at the Babcock Theatre on Sunday.
Lisa Wyss favored a modern design for the new Meridian store at Shops at Shiloh.
Accessories are pictured at Meridian.
Boots, shoes and scarves line the wall at the new Meridian store in Shops at Shiloh Crossing.
The new Meridian location in the Shops at Shiloh Crossing is designed to emphasize the merchandise, not the fixtures.
Meridian owner Lisa Wyss sits in the store’s new location in the Shops at Shiloh Crossing on Tuesday.
Jill Houk, center, and Randi Paul wait as Ted Robey processes their marriage license at the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Thursday. Houk and Paul were the first same-sex couple to marry in Yellowstone County.
Holiday ornaments brighten a display at Joy of Living.
Holiday items are set up to attract gift shoppers at Joy of Living on 24th Street West.
Kris Carpenter’s store features items to help people give gifts, too.
Kris Carpenter said she is pleased with sales at her store, Joy of Living, through October but knows the final months over the holiday season will be crucial for her business.
Joy of Living’s holiday-themed items include ornaments with Montana appeal.
Shelves are filled with stocking-stuffers for sale during the holiday season at Joy of Living.
Third- and fourth-graders play at Bitterroot Elementary School on Nov. 18. In the background is the blue and gold playground equipment purchased by the PTA. Behind that are vehicles doing earthwork for the new middle school.
Karlee Albertson, right, paints Tenasey Leisy’s nails during the 16th Street West Craft Fair at Central Christian Church on Saturday. Albertson, 8, is a second-grader at Sandstone Elementary School and has been painting nails to raise money for Santa Clause for a Cause, a charity run by The …
Volunteers move along boxes filled with food during Flakesgiving on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
People hand over cards to get their food boxes for Thanksgiving dinner during Flakesgiving on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
A rainbow breaks out over the line snaking through the MetraPark parking lot as people wait for their food box during Flakesgiving on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
Girl Scouts Sharaine Almine, left, and Kylie Olson carry a box of food for Vernita Figge, of Billings, right, during Flakesgiving at MetraPark.
Volunteers move boxes filled with a Thanksgiving dinner down the line during Flakesgiving at MetraPark on Saturday.
People carry boxes filled with food to their cars at MetraPark during Flakesgiving on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
Radio hosts Mark Wilson, left, and Paul Mushaben of the Breakfast Flakes hand out boxes of food during Flakesgiving at MetraPark on Saturday.
A Laurel school bus is parked along South First Avenue in Laurel to advertise for school bus drivers Saturday.
A Laurel school bus is parked along South First Avenue in Laurel to advertise for school bus drivers.
Pub Station employee Brett Belston installs baseboards in the new music venue as it prepares to open this week.
Frack is the pet of the week from Rez Dog Rescue.
A snowboarder kicks up a cloud of snow as he makes his way down Lazy M on the opening day at Red Lodge Mountain last year.
Sunshine Hochhalter, right, and Amanda Jennissen show off their marriage license as they pose for a photo at the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Thursday.
Joe Marcotte of the Local Emergency Preparedness Committee leads a tabletop exercise on Ebola preparedness at MetraPark on Thursday, November 20, 2014.