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In Billings on Saturday, expect sunshine and a high of 73, according to the National Weather Service.
Rainbow is the pet of the week from Help for Homeless Pets.
The intersection of Cormier and Stratford roads is as close as visitors can get to the highest point in Yellowstone County since it sits on private land. This view looks east toward the Yellowstone River. The elevation at the road is 4,918 feet, just shy of Stratford Hill’s 4,950.
The Pryor Mountains and Pryor Gap can be seen from atop Stratford Hill Road, about 18 miles south of Billings.
A digital stitching of four photos gives a panoramic view of Stratford Hill as seen from the north.
BOZEMAN -- Quarterback D.J. Perdaems tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another as Bozeman defeated Billings Senior 35-13 in Class AA football on Friday night.
The Billings Bulls opened their first season in the NA3HL with a 6-3 victory over Yellowstone on Friday at Centennial Ice Arena.
Billings West fans in the student section cheer on the Bears during the first quarter of West's game versus Butte High School.
Billings West running back Cody McCombs makes a short rush for a touchdown in the second quarter of Billings West's game against Butte High School. Butte High won the game 24-21.
Butte High defensive back Quinn Dennehy intercepts a pass from West quarterback Casey Klaboe with two minutes left in the first half on Friday at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium. Butte High beat Billings West, 24 -21.
West running back Jackson Cobb breaks through the Butte defense for a 35-yard run to set up a short touchdown early in the game.
MISSOULA -- Cy Steele ran for two touchdowns and Kade Paffhausen passed for another Friday night as Missoula Sentinel knocked off No. 3-ranked Billings Skyview 21-7 in Class AA football at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.
LAUREL -- Linebacker Jared Craig, tailback Michael Buster and receiver Jonah Oberg each scored two touchdowns as the Laurel Locomotives steamrolled Livingston 67-0 in a nonconference Class A football game Friday night
LAUREL – Morgan O’Neil, Madi Tucker and April Wheeler finished 1-2-3 as the Laurel girls won the team title at the Laurel Invitational golf tournament held at Laurel Golf Club.
Senior's Taylor Mims attempts a kill as Great Falls' Sarah Dutro defends in their match in Billings on Friday September 19, 2014.
Senior's Taylor Mims gets a block during a match with Great Falls in Billings Friday September 19, 2014.
Senior's Sydney Norwood (12) and April Cross (13) block during their match with Great Falls in Billings on Friday September 19, 2014.
Senior’s Aubrie Steiner spikes as Great Falls’ Sarah Dutre defends Friday. Steiner had 13 kills as the Broncs won 25-16, 26-24, 25-15.
GREAT FALLS -- Wes Currence and Charlie Klepps provided goals Friday as Billings Senior beat Great Falls 3-0 in Eastern AA soccer.
GREAT FALLS -- Alexa Torbert, Sarah Coghlan and Tiffani Finley had a goal and assist apiece Friday in leading the Billings Senior girls to a 4-1 victory over Great Falls in Eastern AA soccer.
Billings West rallied from a 10-point deficit to win the opening set and went on to sweep Great Falls CMR in an Eastern AA volleyball match Friday at the Bears’ gym.
Quarterback Bryce Baker of Rocky Mountain College eluded Carroll College tacklers on this play last year, and will look to do the same Saturday when the No. 5 Battlin’ Bears play host to the No. 7 Saints.
Mary Allen, who grew up in Billings and now lives near Roberts, and Kim Briggeman, of Bonner, received the Montana Historical Society Board of Trustees 2014 Heritage Awards for their contributions to state history at the 41st Annual MHS Montana History Conference in Helena on Friday.
Billings Central head coach Jim Stanton, left, and Dillon head coach Rick Nordahl lead their teams into Saturday's game between the two perennial Class A powers. Following last weekend's close slate of games, though, the class looks to be more competitive than in years past.
Billings Central and Laurel will play their Eastern A girls soccer opener on Monday at 4:30 p.m. at Wendy’s Field at Rocky Mountain College.
MSUB’s Dylan Lammers and Morgan Riggs (L-R) conduct a workshop for students at the Not in Our State Summit at MSUB in Billings Friday September 19, 2014.
MSUB’s Dylan Lammers, left, and Morgan Riggs conduct a workshop for students at the Not in Our State Summit at MSUB in Billings Friday September 19, 2014.
A two-car accident Friday afternoon just east of one of the busiest intersections in Billings sent a man to a Billings hospital.
A 12-year-old riding a bike in Billings’ West End had non-life-threatening injuries Friday morning after being bumped off the bike by a vehicle that left the scene.
People listen and take notes as John Cutcliffe speaks at the fourth-annual suicide prevention conference at the Mansfield Health Education Center on Friday. More than 100 people were in attendance.
John Cutcliffe speaks at the fourth-annual suicide prevention conference at the Mansfield Health Education Center on Friday.
John Cutcliffe speaks at the fourth annual suicide prevention conference at the Mansfield Health Education Center on Friday.
Presenting programs for children has always been a priority for BSO director Anne Harrigan. She has often collaborated with actor and singer Tim Marrone for BSO concerts geared for kids, including a presentation of the "Real Story of the Three Little Pigs."
Check out Broken Bow performing one of their original songs, “Know My Name,” in The Gazette’s Studio Enjoy by going to billingsgazette.com. Led by singer and guitarist Lindsey Jacobsen, the Americana-blues band also includes Clint Gramza, Bill Dickman and Brian Bondietti, from left. The Gaze…
Stratford Hill, Yellowstone County’s highest point, rises at the top left of this photo above an old homestead as seen from Cottonwood Creek Road, an extension of Duck Creek Road. The Pryor Mountains are in the background.
The eastern end of Government Island in the middle of the Yellowstone River is the lowest point in Yellowstone County. The island sits near the mouth of the Bighorn River.
Caitlin Lonergan had 15 kills and six aces to help fourth-ranked Bozeman defeat Billings Skyview 27-25, 17-25, 25-18, 20-25, 15-9 in Eastern AA volleyball Thursday night at the Skyview gym.
When Shalom Santos lost her 4-year-old daughter, Zaria, in a tragic car fire this summer, the community of Billings came together to help her.
Dani Whittmeyer, left, and Angie Dotson sort through garage sale offerings Thursday evening. Zaria’s Pink Ladiez, a new local group aiming to help families who have lost a child, is holding a garage sale fundraiser at 748 Avenue C this weekend.
U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., introduced a bill Thursday to protect East Rosebud Creek in Carbon County under the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
The Montana Board of Regents on Thursday approved the title of Chancellor Emeritus for Rolf Groseth, the former MSUB chancellor who retired this spring after nearly 40 years working within the Montana University System.
Billings Skyview's Emma Tolzien putts at the 18th hole during Thursday's City Meet at Lake Hills Golf Course.
It may be a while before Billings Central and Butte Central line up again on the football field after the latest incident involving the two teams.
An early-evening thunderstorm forced the postponement of both boys and girls soccer matches between Billings Skyview and Billings West on Thursday evening.
Billings Senior's boys and Billings West's girls battled wind and rain on their way to claiming team titles Thursday at the Billings Public Schools Golf Meet at Lake Hills Golf Club.
Proposed administrative rules to establish a voluntary management stamp to enable anyone to make a donation to Montana's wolf program won't be adopted this year, state wildlife officials said on Thursday.
Peggy Hough, Rainbow House clinical coordinator, helps hang artwork for a show opening at Q’s Art Shop and Gallery on Sept. 25 to benefit the Mental Health Center.
A table display at Q’s contains items included in the art show benefiting the Mental Health Center.
Wyoming's Powder River Ranger District is holding a field trip on Oct. 2 to present information about a proposed timber sale in the Billy Creek area.