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Housed in the same unique, tilted building near the Metra that once housed The 5th Quarter, Roger's Showboat opened in October of 1986. A Gazette review from that year notes the restaurant's "relaxing atmosphere," while also mentioning the menu, which included steak and seafood dishes. Roger…
Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.
Joe Medicine Crow stands along the banks of the Little Bighorn River near Crow Agency on April 2, 2013.
Retired U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Wyo., and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., introduces Crow historian Joseph Medicine Crow in March 2008. The two senators were announcing the Crow elder and WWII war hero as a nominee for the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Lori Hodges, librarian at Laurel High School, talks with students Christian Butke, left, and Brendan Cellmer as they work on an assignment in the library.
Billings Central’s Micah Holt-Seavy drives against Laurel’s Josh Anderson on Tuesday evening. Laurel won its 12th straight against the Rams, 58-51.
Tyler Thompson from Laurel tries to shoot against Billings Central’s Michael Stanton, left, and Jesse Byorth on Tuesday night. Laurel downed the Rams for the 12th straight time, 58-51.
Montana State University Billings Chancellor Dr. Mark Nook, left, listens as student Baudry Metangmo speaks during the Martin Luther King Jr. bell-ringing ceremony on the campus Monday morning.
Chelsey Walter rings the bell during the Martin Luther King Jr. bell-ringing ceremony at Montana State University Billings on Monday morning.
Kelsie Larsen, Food Corps Service Member from the Lockwood Boys and Girls Club, moves a pallet full of food boxes packed by kids from the Boys and Girls Club Monday morning at the Billings Food Bank.
Kids from the Lockwood Boys and Girls Club assist at the Billings Food Bank packing up lunches on Monday morning.
Nick Pancheau, left, watches his fellow pipe maker Sean Thomas rough cut the outline of a pipe bowl in Pancheau’s shop on Billings’ West End.
A pipe made by Nick Pancheau and Sean Thomas. All of the pipes made by the pair use briar burl imported from Italy or Algeria.
Pancheau and Thomas use leather stain to color their one-of-a-kind pipes.
Finished and unfinished pipes cover an area of the workbench in the shop. It takes Pancheau and Thomas between eight and 12 hours to make a pipe from start to finish.
Nick Pancheau, an architect, and Sean Thomas, an artist, combine their disciplines to create unique pipes.
With a compass, Pancheau lays out a pipe in his wood shop.
A pipe begins to take shape in Pancheau’s shop.
Nick Pancheau and Sean Thomas are guided, in part, by a client’s desires when designing a particular pipe.
Pancheau drills out the bowl of a pipe.
Nick Pancheau and Sean Thomas collaborate to make pipes for their part-time enterprise, the Occasional Pipe Co.
Doc Harper’s occupies a Babcock Building space at 116 N. Broadway, the former location of zPizza.
Doc Harper’s is one of the newest businesses in downtown Billings
Doc Harper’s martini bar will serve classic cocktails.
After extensive renovations, the martini bar is set to open in late January.
Bruce Harper holds a martini inside the new Doc Harper’s in downtown Billings.
Doc Harper’s martini bar nears its late January opening.
Doc Harper’s will feature a full bar to accommodate patrons who want to drink something other than a martini.
Doc Harper’s decor aims for a relaxed atmosphere for the after-work crowd.
Tony Vega will be tending the bar at Doc Harper’s.
Pipe makers Nick Pancheau, left, and Sean Thomas enjoy a smoke in Pancheau’s shop.
Billings West High head football coach Paul Klaboe jokes with running back Brandon Van Cleeve at a practice in November, 1998.
Billings West High football coach Paul Klaboe during a practice in September, 1992.
Billings West High football coach Paul Klaboe during his first season in 1986.
Stevie Moe, the state manager for Make-A-Wish Montana, awards Poly Drive Elementary School student Gavin Stichman a 2014 Wishmaker award during an assembly at the school Thursday afternoon.
Though its history was perhaps not as colorful as the Arcade Bar two blocks away, the Silver Dollar Inn undoubtedly served many of the same patrons from its bar at the corner of South 29th Street and Minnesota Avenue. The Silver Dollar Inn opened in the 1930s in the former home of Shaffer's …
Peytyn Christensen, a second-grader at Big Sky Elementary School, holds a teddy bear given to her by law enforcement officers during a presentation Wednesday afternoon granting her a Montana Hope Project trip to Disney World. Christensen has brain tumors and goes through almost weekly chemot…
Amy Logan and Jake Logan play Amahl and mother during a rehearsal of the opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” which is playing at the NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m.
Steve Arveschoug from the Big Sky Economic Development Authority talks about the new BillingsWorks survey during a press conference Thursday morning.
With his reflection visible in its windows, Kenny Palagi, a salesman at Denny Menholt Chevrolet, shows a 2015 Chevy Suburban. Lower gas prices are making the largest of vehicles more attractive to some buyers.
Montana State University.
From Liberty Bell ski run at Big Sky Resort, views of the rugged Madison Range to the south are impressive. State law allowed voters in the unincorporated area of Big Sky to establish a sales tax to pay for local infrastructure improvements.
In July, a Billings judge sentenced convicted serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego to 22 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole, plus 60 years and six months, for raping three women and attempting to rape a fourth in 2013.
Recently re-elected Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder is sworn in by Judge Mary Jane Knisely.
Recently re-elected Yellowstone County Commissioner John Ostlund is sworn in by Judge Mary Jane Knisely during a ceremony Tuesday morning in the Yellowstone County Courthouse. Five other county officials were also sworn in during the ceremony.
Cassie Lorenz, center, relaxes with her two best friends, Mashayla Foster, left, and Trey Slates inside Billings Clinic in December 2011.
Kirk and Leigh Suchy discussed the possibility of opening their own auto repair shop for several years before launching KARS this past July.
Denice Johnson walks through her new Neecee’s shop in Shiloh Crossing.
Sue Rydquist from Simply Wine completes a purchase by customers Laura Kienitz and her daughter, Kailee.