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Red Lodge soprano Lynette Kruckeberg, making her NOVA opera debut in the lead role of Violetta, is paired in “La Traviata” with Christopher Bengochea, who has performed the lead tenor role of Alfredo nearly 40 times during his career.
Berger and Coefield will be performing in “La Traviata” at the Alberta Bair Theater.
From left, Loretta Whittmer, Lucinda Buttler, Carolyn Coefield, James McQuillen, Lynell Kruckeberg, Christopher Benochea, Matt Haney, Michelle Berger and Ginny Mermel are among the performers and crew in the upcoming staging of Verdi’s “La Traviata” at the Alberta Bair Theater.
Crispen Martinez, right, shares a beer with Joe Lucas in a downtown alley Thursday. The two men are homeless and spend time at The HUB.
Best golf course - Pryor Creek Golf Course
Best casino - Alpine Casino
Lockwood School students cross Highway 87 near Piccolo Lane in February 2013.
Best Burger - The Burger Dive
Best Breakfast - Stella's Kitchen & Bakery
Best Mexican Food - Guadalajara
Best Yogurt Shop - Spinners
Roger Gravaard is a Legal Shield independent associate. He says data breaches are not a matter of if, but when.
Deidre Loftus, left, and Jessi Courier are AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers working on a faith initiative for the city of Billings. The pair is focused on connecting faith groups with each other and with service providers that help the city's poor and homeless.
Political science professor Craig Wilson, center, is flanked by psychology professor Mathew McMullen, left, and political science professor Josh Poulette as they discuss the findings of the 2014 Montana Poll at MSUB on Friday morning.
A worker walks along steel beams at the construction site of Skyview High School, July 28, 1986.
Skyview Falcons head coach Ron Lebsock talks to players during a practice at Cobb Field, August 28, 1986. Lebsock is the only head football coach the Falcons have ever had, and has coached all five of his sons.
July 28, 1986
July 28, 1986
A worker cuts boards during the construction of Skyview High School, July 28, 1986.
The Skyview Falcons football team practices at Cobb Field, August 28, 1986.
Workers build a wood frame for concrete work during the construction of Skyview High School, July 28, 1986.
Former Skyview girls basketball coach Scott Carlson talks with players during a practice at Castle Rock Middle School, August 29, 1986. Skyview competed in the Southern 3B Conference in 1985, ending the season with a 1-19 record. The 1986 squad was made up of juniors and sophomores.
Technicians work on the wiring at Skyview High School before the school's opening, July 14, 1987.
Deborah Hanson from the Northern Plains Resource Council makes a point as she addresses the Montana Board of Oil and Gas on Wednesday afternoon.
Pat McCoy, managing director of FedEx Ground western Rockies district, said the company will need more employees as it grows.
Billings police officer Tom Keightley testifies Tuesday morning during a coroners inquest into the January shooting of Daniel Brawley. Keightley acted as a police negotiator during the January standoff with Brawley.
Tim Heden runs Ski Boot RX, a small ski shop off Broadwater Avenue that specializes in personal attention and boot fitting.
Sam Ross heads out of Cycle-N-Hyde with a take-out order.
A Kicker 5150 decorates a clothing area in Cycle-N-Hyde.
A side-car skeleton looks over patrons inside Cycle-N-Hyde.
Cycle-N-Hyde co-owners, from left, Kelly Gorder, Julie Gorder, and Vic Cantrell sit on the cafe’s unique barstools.
Jessica Cantrell takes a lunch order at the cafe.
Montana Rail Link crew members point out damage on their train after it struck a vehicle at 3rd Avenue S. and State Avenue on Friday.afternoon.The car left the scene after being hit and spinning away from the moving train.
Materials that are included in the Books for Babies and ... You packets.
Gayle Carter, left, and Linda Altwine share a laugh with children’s books they include in their Books for Babies and ... You packets.
Dulcie Bear Don't Walk, the election administrator for Big Horn County, hands Clayton Bad Bear a ballot at the alternate voting site in Crow Agency Wednesday.
Crow Agency residents fill out voter registration forms in the Crow Tribal Headquarters Wednesday morning. The space was used as an alternate voting site.
Darrin Old Coyote, chairman of the Crow Tribe, cast the first ballot at the alternate voting site in Crow Agency Wednesday.
Amy Fuller, left, and Brooke Murphy are co-chairing Tuxedos & Tiaras: Saints 2014, a fundraiser for St. Vincent Healthcare.
Brooke Murphy, left, and Amy Fuller are co-chairing Tuxedos & Tiaras: Saints 2014, a fundraiser for St. Vincent Healthcare.
Charles Louis ‘Chas’ Weldon is shown in November 2012 at the Yellowstone County Museum.
Yellowstone County leases a 50-foot strip of land on the edge of a cultivated field by South 56th Street West.
Yellowstone County leases space in Zimmerman Park to AT&T for a tower.
Mike Schaer started Computers Unlimited on Montana Avenue.
Orchard School principal Karen Ziegler shows a room in the school where a proposed school-based health center may be located.
Central High student Suleman Makhani, right, works in his art class with fellow student Hunter Braaton Tuesday afternoon. Makhani, from Pakistan, is attending Central High through a foreign exchange program.
Central High student Suleman Makhani, right, works in his art class with teacher Lisa Fine Tuesday afternoon. Makhani, from Pakistan, is attending Central High through a foreign exchange program.
In 1988, developers hoped to build a new golf course at the corner of Rimrock Road and 54th Street West, just blocks from the existing Yellowstone Country Club golf course. The 18-hole course would have reached to Colton Boulevard.