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Mustangs fall 4-1 to Voyagers in Great Falls

GREAT FALLS – The Billings Mustangs were shut out for the final eight innings Tuesday night and fell 4-1 to the Great Falls Voyagers in the Pioneer League.

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Benson, McNeil crowned medalists at Billings Invitational

Players from Billings Senior swept medalist honors, and the West boys and Senior girls claimed team titles after the completion of the Billings Invitational golf tournament.

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Pioneer League honors Mustangs' Mahle

Billings Mustangs starting pitcher Tyler Mahle has been selected the Pioneer League’s pitcher of the week.

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Rocky's Heflin receives Frontier award

Freshman Gabi Heflin, who tallied three goals during Rocky Mountain College's two soccer wins last week, has been chosen as the Frontier Conference women's offensive player of the week.

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Manhattan standout signs with Carroll

HELENA -- Brooke Jones of Manhattan has signed an NAIA letter of intent to play for the Carroll College women's basketball team next season.

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Morning jaunt

Morning jaunt

Riders on the Chief Joseph Trail Ride travel from their camp in Wyoming’s Sunlight Basin on their way to camp along Dead Indian Creek in 2013 along the historic Nez Perce Historical Trail.

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Save Our Murals at Billings Senior

Save Our Murals at Billings Senior

A mural at Billings Senior High School.

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Save Our Murals at Billings Senior

Save Our Murals at Billings Senior

A Beatles themed mural at Billings Senior High School.

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Save Our Murals at Billings Senior

Save Our Murals at Billings Senior

A mural at Billings Senior High School.

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Frontier singles out RMC's Yang

Rocky Mountain College middle blocker Yang Yang has been singled out as the Frontier Conference volleyball player of the week.

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Donor Ronald Paul

Donor Ronald Paul

Donor Ronald Paul speaks to the crowd gathered for the dedication of a new playground at the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch on Tuesday.

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Dr. Stephen Mandler

Dr. Stephen Mandler

Dr. Stephen Mandler speaks during the dedication of a new playground at the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch on Tuesday.

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Glenn McFarlane

Glenn McFarlane

Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch CEO Glenn McFarlane speaks during the dedication of a new playground at the ranch on Tuesday.

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Samaira McRae, Rock Beals, Bronson Anderson and Kember Anderson

Samaira McRae, Rock Beals, Bronson Anderson and Kember Anderson

Children of Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch employees and board members, from left, Samaira McRae, Rock Beals, Bronson Anderson and Kember Anderson get a chance to play on the ranch's new playground before a dedication ceremony on Tuesday.

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Rigley Beals

Rigley Beals

Rigley Beals, the daughter of a Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch employee, plays on the ranch's new playground before a dedication ceremony on Tuesday.

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Stage 1 fire restrictions lifted in Beartooth Ranger District

The Beartooth Ranger District has lifted Stage 1 fire restrictions on its lands in the greater Red Lodge area thanks to an average 1.75 inches of new moisture.

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Superintendent of schools

Superintendent of schools

Superintendent of schools Terry Bouck prepares for the start of a welcome back event for School District 2 staff at the Alberta Bair Theater on Tuesday.

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Mustangs rally to beat Helena in 12th

HELENA -- Ty Washington's sacrifice fly in the top of the 12th produced the deciding run in the Mustangs' 7-6 victory over Helena on Monday at Kindrick Legion Field.

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Senior's Benson leads at Billings Invite

Billings Senior’s Sean Benson holds a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Billings Invitational golf tournament Monday at The Briarwood.

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Tres Tinkle staying at Hellgate for senior year

Tres Tinkle staying at Hellgate for senior year

CORVALLIS, Ore -- It weighed on him for months, and Tres Tinkle has decided to remain at Missoula Hellgate for his senior year of high school.

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Farmer and rancher Nick Sian

Farmer and rancher Nick Sian

Farmer and rancher Nick Sian talks about the upcoming early sugar beet harvest at his family farm near Pompeys Pillar.

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A seed sign marks a sugar beet field

A seed sign marks a sugar beet field

A seed sign marks a sugar beet field near Worden. An early harvest will start next week.

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Bowhunter with decoy

Bowhunter with decoy

A bowhunter drags an elk decoy through open country in southwestern Montana's Beaverhead National Forest.

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Agreement

Agreement

Montana State University Billings Chancellor Mark Nook signs a cooperative agreement with Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Japan, President Minoru Koga, center, and professor Hiroaki Tsutsumi in the Student Union Building.

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MSUB PUK agreement

MSUB PUK agreement

Montana State University Billings Chancellor Mark Nook signs a cooperative agreement with Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Japan, President Minoru Koga.

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MSUB and PUK agreement extension

MSUB and PUK agreement extension

Paul Foster addresses assembled guests as Montana State University Billings Chancellor Mark Nook signs a cooperative agreement with Prefectural University of Kumamoto President Minoru Koga and professor Hiroaki Tsutsumi.

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Sugar plant injury

Sugar plant injury

An injured worker is wheeled to an ambulance at Western Sugar on Monday.

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Young stud

Young stud

A young bull stands guard over a group of cows and calves at the Slippery Ann Elk Viewing area in 2011. The area is part of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern Montana.

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Tutoring for homeless students

Tutoring for homeless students

Sue Runkle, homeless liaison for School District 2, top, and Jessie Obee of Americorps tutor children at the Montana Rescue Mission in fall 2012.

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Jewell James speaks

Jewell James speaks

Head carver for the House of Tears Carvers of the Lummi Nation Jewell James speaks to the crowd Sunday during the Lummi Totem Pole Journey stop at Riverfront Park.

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Cyrell Haugen, 2, practices on the drum

Cyrell Haugen, 2, practices on the drum

Cyrell Haugen, 2, practices playing the drum with other members of a Northern Cheyenne drum circle Sunday during the Lummi Totem Pole Journey stop at Riverfront Park.

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Lummi Totem Pole

Lummi Totem Pole

Members of the Lummi tribe brought a totem pole to Riverfront Park Sunday afternoon to raise awareness about a proposed deep-water coal port near the Cherry Point refinery in Washington State.

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Lummi Totem Pole

Lummi Totem Pole

Members of the Lummi tribe Jewell James, left, and Douglas James, right, brought a totem pole to Riverfront Park Sunday afternoon to raise awareness about a proposed deep-water coal port near the Cherry Point refinery in Washington State.

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Douglas James plays the drum and sings

Douglas James plays the drum and sings

Douglas James beats a drum and sings a special song Sunday during the Lummi Totem Pole Journey stop at Riverfront Park.

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Alaina Buffalo Spirit speaks

Alaina Buffalo Spirit speaks

Alaina Buffalo Spirit, a member of the Northern Cheyenne tribe, speaks to the crowd and thanks the Lummi tribe for visiting Billings with their totem pole at Riverfront Park.

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Henry Kaline blesses his daughter

Henry Kaline blesses his daughter

Henry Kaline wafts sage smoke onto his daughter Trinity Kaline, 9 months, to bless her Sunday during the Lummi Totem Pole Journey stop at Riverfront Park.

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High waters in Roundup

High waters in Roundup

The Musselshell River in Roundup is up after receiving several inches of rain this weekend.

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Lorraine Martin feeds her dogs

Lorraine Martin feeds her dogs

Lorraine Martin, 82, owner of a home damaged in a fire in Roundup, feeds her two Pomeranians Asa, left, and Mason, right, their first meal after she saved them from the burning home. The fire that damaged Martin's house began at 4 a.m. Sunday morning and completely destroyed two other homes.

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Roundup Fire

Roundup Fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on 1st Street West in Roundup early Sunday morning.

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Roundup Fire

Roundup Fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on 1st Street West in Roundup early Sunday morning.

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Lorraine Martin snuggles her dogs

Lorraine Martin snuggles her dogs

Lorraine Martin, 82, owner of a home damaged in a fire in Roundup, hugs her two Pomeranians — Asa, left, and Mason, right — whom she re-entered her burning home to save. The fire that damaged Martin’s house began at 4 a.m. Sunday morning and completely destroyed two other homes.

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Roundup fire

Roundup fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on First Street West in Roundup early Sunday morning.

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Roundup fire

Roundup fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on First Street West in Roundup early Sunday.

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Roundup Fire

Roundup Fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on 1st Street West in Roundup early Sunday morning.

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Roundup Fire

Roundup Fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on 1st Street West in Roundup early Sunday morning.

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Roundup fire

Roundup fire

A fire destroyed two homes and damaged another on First Street West in Roundup early Sunday.

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Skeleton Cliff

Skeleton Cliff

Much like Sacrifice Cliff, Skeleton Cliff derives its name from Crow legend. In fact, some tales of the origin of the cliff’s name refer to the same smallpox epidemic that inspired the Sacrifice Cliff legend. It’s said that the cliff (sometimes known as Bone Hill, Skull Bluff or “Place of th…

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La Quinta Inn lobby

La Quinta Inn lobby

Breakfast seating awaits early morning diners at the new The La Quinta Inn in Billings.

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Opening access

Opening access

The Private Land/Public Wildlife Council has drafted recommendations for public consideration on ways to increase access for sporting folks while also respecting landowners.

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Building math skills

Building math skills

Scott Young helps his granddaughter Saige Christianson during a June project at Boulder Elementary School designed to teach the kids to use their math skills to build a birdhouse.

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