Search / Found (148858)
The forest during the fall elk hunting season seems ancient and mysterious as bulls bugle from mountain ridges and golden aspen leaves light up the landscape.
The boys and girls golf teams from Billings West begin defense of their state titles as the Class AA state tournament gets underway Thursday at the Bridger Creek Golf Club in Bozeman.
Billings Senior’s Kortney McNeil looks to win her third Class AA state golf championship this week at the Bridger Creek Golf Club in Bozeman.
Michael Buster leads Laurel in touchdowns and rushing yards this season.
Marcasa Clothing is closing and Big Dipper ice cream will open at the location on North Broadway.
Katie Cline Ellis is moving her Bottega Clothing business to Shiloh Crossing.
As far back as 2008 the Custer National Forest was trying to figure out how to repair or find a new route into the West Pryor Mountains. Six years ago, lands program manager Lisa Subcasky and engineer Arlen Krogstad stand along the existing route on Crow Indian Reservation lands.
Former Lodge Grass high school basketball star Elvis Old Bull is joined by his daughter Coral Old Bull, 2, as he is inducted into the Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame in December 2008.
A school bus passes the spot where a young girl was stuck by a vehicle on Old Hardin Road Monday evening. Wednesday, October 1, 2014.
The men's and women's soccer teams at Montana State Billings will be playing matches at home on Thursday afternoon and again on Saturday afternoon for the annual Futbol Frenzy.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public meeting on Oct. 27 at the Fort Peck Interpretative Center at 6 p.m. to discuss the draft 2014-15 Annual Operating Plan for the Missouri River Mainstem Reservoir System.
Bison run in a corral near Gardiner in 2010 where 88 Yellowstone bison were loaded into stock trailers for transportation to Ted Turner's Green Ranch near Bozeman. FWP is now seeking proposals from groups that may want to take the animals for conservation purposes.
Laurel football player Michael Buster watches sign language interpreter Brenda Burch in Lee Deming's honors civics class.
Sign language interpreter Brenda Burch communicates with Laurel football player Michael Buster during Lee Deming's honors civics class.
Laurel football player Michael Buster communicates with sign language interpreter Brenda Burch in Lee Deming's honors civics class.
Even though a land exchange involving the Durfee Hills in Fergus County has been shot down, the landlocked Bureau of Land Management acreage remains at the center of controversy.
Rumors that a new fence built by the Wilks brothers around Bureau of Land Management acreage in the Durfee Hills encroached on federal property have been stifled after an agency investigation.
Three people died after a one-vehicle rollover on Interstate 90, 13 miles east of Billings on Tuesday morning.
Billings Police responded to a reported armed robbery Tuesday night at The Stadium Club on 1041 Main Street in the Heights.
BOZEMAN -- Third-ranked Bozeman swept Billings West on Tuesday in Eastern AA volleyball, beating the Golden Bears 25-20, 25-21, 25-15.
Senior's Blake Chase and beats three Skyview' defenders to the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Senior's Zach Brant and Skyview's Brody Baumberger battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Senior's Wes Curence and Skyview's Alex Polyanskiy battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Senior's Blake Chase and Skyview's Bryce Sandbak battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Senior's Wes Curence and Skyview's Bryce Sandbak and Sam Cline battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
HARDIN -- Ashley Uffelman and Keaunna Mason each had nine kills, and Hardin swept Billings Central in Eastern A volleyball Tuesday night.
Representing the Billings Gazette and St. Vincent Healthcare, organizers from this year’s 35th annual Heart and Sole Run handed out checks Tuesday afternoon.
Billings Skyview’s girls soccer team graduated 11 seniors from last year, but what was supposed to be a season of growth and adjustment has produced fast results.
Skyview's Lizzy Light and Senior's McKenna Myers battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Skyview's Ciara Abstetar and Senior's Alexa Torbert battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Skyview's Paige Hatzenbihler and Lizzy Light and Senior's Bailly Woodring battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Skyview's first goal scored by Ciara Abstetar in their soccer game With Senior in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Skyview celbrates a goal in their soccer game With Senior in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Skyview's Allie Helmer and Senior's Alexa Torbert battle for the ball in their soccer game in Billings Tuesday September 30, 2014.
Skyview's Paige Hatzenbihler, left, and Senior's Sarah Coghlan battle for the ball on Tuesday at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
The longtime manager and trainer of Luis Ramon "Yory Boy" Campas said Tuesday that Campas will be fighting in early February, 2015 against Ricardo Mayorga.
A photo finish for third place at the prestigious Roy Griak Invitational cross country race in Minnesota last weekend has earned Montana State Billings junior Robert Peterson the title of co-runner of the week in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
The Billings Wolves open their inaugural season in the Indoor Football League with a game at Tri-Cities on Feb. 28, 2015.
Montana State Superintenden Denise Juneau, left, and Patrick Corvington, the senior fellow for the Campaign for Grade-level Reading, talk before the event.
Kristin Lundgren, director of community impact for the United Way of Yellowstone County, speaks at a Graduation Matters event at the Billings Clinic on Tuesday.
A motorcyclist who died on Monday afternoon after crashing into a building on Sixth Avenue North has been identified by the Yellowstone County Coroner’s Office as Nicholas Card, 26, of Billings.
Floyd Creekmore, "Creeky the Clown" was photographed in the Gazette studio in 2006.
Floyd Creekmore, "Creeky the Clown," was on the cover of The Gazette's Enjoy section in 2006.
Floyd Creekmore, aka, "Creeky," competes in the one-man skit at the International Shrine Clown Association convention at the Shrine on Feb. 25, 2012. Creekmore died last week at 98.
Floyd Creekmore as Creeky the Clown in 2006.
Floyd Creekmore, Creeky the Clown, died last week at age 98.
Floyd Creekmore, "Creeky," prepares to perform a one-man skit for the judges at the International Shrine Clown Association convention at the Shrine in 2012. Creekmore died last week at 98.
Tina Postel of the Billings Family YMCA, center right, and Kristy Drake of BikeNet, center, left, accept their checks from David Irion and Michael Gulledge of the Heart and Sole run during a press conference in Swords Park on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
David Irion from the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation talks about the donations made to the Billings Family YMCA and BikeNet from the Heart and Sole Run on Tuesday.