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Warm temperatures and sunshine will continue into the weekend in the Billings area before turning colder on Sunday.
The Maize at Grandpa’s Farm: 58th Street West between Grand Avenue and Rimrock Drive. Visitors can navigate the Montana Territory-themed maize every Friday night and all-day Saturday during October. There are other options, including Apocalyptic Paintball and a haunted version on Saturday ni…
Montana Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash after a group of hunters stumbled on a dead body inside a wrecked SUV near Glasgow on Thursday.
LEWISTON, Idaho -- Rocky Mountain College clinched its first Frontier Conference volleyball regular-season championship since 2000 on Thursday night by beating Lewis-Clark State 25-18, 25-19, 19-25, 25-15 at the Activity Center.
Central's Jade Harrison, left, and Libby Zorn, right, jump up for a block Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Central's Barclay Fagg sets the ball Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Laurel's Ellie Pfeifer bumps the ball Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Central's Hope Welhaven takes a knee to return the ball Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Laurel players scramble to return the ball Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Billings Central’s Mirrada Clarin makes a pass Thursday in the Rams’ match against Laurel. Clarin, the Rams’ only senior, had a team-high five aces and added 19 assists and six kills in a four-set win.
Laurel’s Maddie Fritzler, left, hits a return as teammate Ellie Pfeifer watches during their match against Billings Central on Thursday at the Nelles Activities Center.
Central blockers leap up to block a spike from Laurel's Annie Norman, left, on Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Central players Libby Zorn, left, and Alix Elliot, middle, leap to block a spiky by Laurel's Maesa Story on Thursday during the Billings Central vs. Laurel volleyball match at Billings Central High School.
Central’s Alix Elliott, left, and Ellie Hanser jump to block a spike from Laurel’s Abbie Lohof on Thursday at the Nelles Activities Center.
GREAT FALLS -- Billings Skyview and Billings West won tight matches Thursday at the Class AA state girls soccer tournament, helping to set up all-Eastern AA semifinals.
Louann Mason testifies during the sentencing hearing for her husband Mahpevana-Hane Lorne Bearcomesout in District Court on Thursday.
Xanterra Parks & Resorts will once again offer a shuttle service from Bozeman’s airport to the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel.
A shuttle service from Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport to the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel in Yellowstone National Park will be continued this winter.
District Court Judge G. Todd Baugh hands down a sentence for Mahpevana-Hane Lorne Bearcomesout for deliberate homicide Thursday.
Neela Jim, left, talks with her brother, Mahpevana-Hane Lorne Bearcomesout, before his sentencing for deliberate homicide in District Court as Assistant Public Defender Randi M. Hood looks on Thursday.
Mahpevana-Hane Lorne Bearcomesout is taken into custody after being sentenced in District Court for deliberate homicide Thursday.
Ben Cloud speaks at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer at Crow Agency.
Duane Bull Chief speaks at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer at Crow Agency.
Carlos Nomee sings at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer.
Eric Birdinground makes a pipe offering at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer at Crow Agency on Thursday.
Joe Bear Claw leads a Crow hymn at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer.
Carlson “Duke” Goes Ahead speaks at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer at Crow Agency on Thursday.
Crow Tribal Chairman Darrin Old Coyote speaks at the Crow Tribe Day of Prayer inside the Multipurpose Building at Crow Agency on Thursday.
A Billings woman was charged Thursday for drunken driving with her infant son in the vehicle.
The entrance to ZooMontana.
For five days in mid-November, ZooMontana will give military veterans, and the group that comes with them, discounted admission in honor of Veterans Day.
Plenty a future has been pondered in a French café, and so it was for Sallie Ford. She and her all-female lineup are playing an all-ages show Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.’s Garage Pub on Monday.
This week’s celebration for the fledgling Billings Home Center has pushed fundraising to $92,700 — about $30,000 short of what’s needed to fund the one-stop housing shop for its first year of existence.
Yellowstone County’s 2014 property tax bills will go in the mail Friday to more than 68,000 taxpayers.
Sheriff's deputies, fire and ambulance personnel responded to a burglary reported at a home on Highway 3 at 4:45 a.m. on Thursday.
Billings fire fighters battle a fire that destroyed a shed at 135 Alderson Ave. at 4:30 a.m. on Thursday.
A lively evening with wine, dinner and shopping is part of the YWCA Billings annual Holiday Celebration and Basket Auction on Nov. 6 at 5:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza.
Bighorn sheep lamb numbers often fall after outbreaks of disease as the bacteria is passed on from ewes to new lambs.
Montana’s bighorn sheep plan has come under fire after a few attempts to establish new herds. Fish, Wildlife and Parks has hit roadblocks caused by sickness in transplant herds, concerns by neighboring landowners and the nearby presence of domestic sheep that carry bacteria harmful to bighorn sheep.
Kids had a safe place to trick or treat in 1979 at West Park Plaza, Billings' oldest shopping center.
A kid in a devil costume shows off his Halloween haul at West Park Plaza in 1979. Good luck finding a Clark Bar in 2014.
This kid at West Park Plaza in 1979 shows off his creativity with a homemade costume.
A couple of witches are ready for trick-or-treating in 1979.
After once again becoming stranded on Earth, E.T. became a crossing guard to help kids safely cross the street in 1987.
Children from the Eastern Montana College preschool show off their dinosaur, tiger and pirate costumes in 1987.
Sometimes all that's needed for a costume is a rubber or paper mask. At least that was the idea in 1987.
Kids at Garfield Elementary School dressed in a variety of costumes including Bugs Bunny, a vampire, a witch and a character from the 1988 "Police Academy" animated television series for the school's Halloween parade in 1992.
Raiders running back Marcus Allen leads a devil, an aluminum rod, a treasure troll and a maid in Garfield Elementary School's 1992 Halloween parade.
A host of costumed (and non-costumed) children walk the halls of Garfield Elementary School during the school's 1992 Halloween parade.
A vampire hockey player and a girl in a nightgown with whiskers participate in Garfield Elementary School's 1992 Halloween parade.