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Thomas Corey, Skyview High School Choir, Orchestra: “Music has helped me to see the beauty in everything. It has also helped guide me to my future career, music education.”
Rich Gonzales, West High School Orchestra: “Music has provided a get-away from my busy life. I can’t imagine going through the day without it.”
Genevieve Ayers, Billings Central Catholic High School Band: “Music has helped me really express who I am. With music, I can always experience something that helps me grow.”
Molly DeBusk, 9, at left, and her 6-year-old sister Sadie enjoy their Christmas tree on Chrismas Eve morning. The two were seen early in the morning in their West End home.
Molly DeBusk, 9, at left, and her 6-year-old sister Sadie enjoy their Christmas Tree on Chrismas Eve morning. The two were seen early in the morning in their west end home.
The oranges are poached in the sage-infused butter.
Corbridge infuses butter with sage for a garnish of poached oranges to go with roast pork.
Commons 1882 chefs Henry Kennah, left, and Jason Corbridge brainstormed to come up with new ideas for a Christmas holiday dinner.
Corbridge’s finished pork roast rests on a bed of polenta and is garnished with the poached orange slices. Shown behind the pork is his rabbit liver pate ganache with tarragon shortbread.
Henry Kennah’s sauteed cod.
Corbridge pulls a pork roast from the oven.
Kennah pan-roasts a cod filet before it is served with jasmine rice and tomato broth.
Henry Kennah’s finished Chateaubriand.
Kennah adds red wine to mushrooms and shallots cooking in a hot, dry pan for the Chateaubriand sauce, which then tops the sliced roast, right photo, before serving.
A whole salmon encrusted with sea salt is ready to be roasted in the kitchen at Billings restaurant Commons 1882.
Commons 1882 chef Henry Kennah seasons a loin roast for his Chateaubriand.
Chefs Jason Corbridge, right, and Henry Kennah enjoy the aroma from a freshly roasted salt-encrusted whole salmon in the kitchen at Commons 1882. The two chefs brainstormed to come up with new ideas for a holiday dinner.
Henry Kennah slices his loin roast for the Chateaubriand.
The view of the rear of the Highland Projects' South Side plant as seen by its neighbors. The plant itself is outside Billings city limits, while the neighbors are inside.
Dust and noise at Highland Projects, 301 Orchard Lane, have been at the center of a dispute with the company's neighbors.
Shepherd High School student Rayla Marema studies an artificial joint used in knee replacement surgeries during the school’s career fair Friday morning.
Pete Thompson from Biomet shows Shepherd High School students an artificial joint used in knee replacement surgeries during the school’s career fair Friday morning. About 40 professional were at the school to give talks to the students.
Students take part in a holiday play at Boulder Elementary School, December 21, 1995.
Architect and preservationist Jim McDonald speaks at the Western Heritage Center on Thursday afternoon.
A group of red guns is easily identifiable in Pictograph Cave State Park. Identifiable items such as guns and horses help to date rock art.
Montana Rescue Mission's program director, the Rev. Glenn Fournier, talks about the Community Center opening next door the the Rescue Mission on Wednesday evening.
Suzanne Moran, Harvest Church outreach director, talks outside the Community Center, which the church, in cooperation with the Montana Rescue Mission, is opening at 2804 Minnesota Ave. to offer a place for the homeless to find shelter, snacks and guidance.
Rocky Mountain College faculty and staff members carry holiday food baskets into Rose Park Elementary School on Wednesday morning.
Saddle Peak Lodge was the last major building constructed at Bridger Bowl in 2004.
The Deer Park Chalet was rebuilt in the 1990s.
Vinnie McAuliffe from Eternal Ink tattoo studio puts a new tattoo on his client Tana Hergenraeder.
Vinnie McAuliffe, of Eternal Ink, works on a new tattoo for client Tana Hergenraeder.
Tana Hergenraeder admires her new ink at Eternal Ink.
Vinnie McAuliffe runs Eternal Ink tattoo studio.
Vinnie McAuliffe from Eternal Ink works on a new design for a client.
Renowned artist Russell Chatham spent a day in art classes taught by Jim Baken at Rocky Mountain College in 2010. The artist mingled with art students, discussed art and joined in during a nude figure drawing class. Here Chatham concentrates with students during the figure drawing class.
Musicians Cristina Pato, center, with Shane Shanahan, left, and Kojiro “Ko” Umezaki perform in Lame Deer in 2012. The musicains, who are part of the Silk Road Ensemble, renew their support for Lame Deer students when they return for a benefit show Sunday at the YAM.
Traffic in downtown Bozeman.
The Montana Women's Run drew 8,739 participants on May 10 for its 2- and 5-mile events. Proceeds were donated to local women's health and sports organizations.
The Cody Firearms Museum includes unique items like this ornate Turkish flintlock pistol but is best known for its complete collection of Winchester arms.
Cody Firearms Museum curator Warren Newman has announced his retirement, although he will remain on staff part time as a curator emeritus.
Northern Hotel executive chef Tim Freeman, right, and sous chef Tyler Ellis go over menus for upcoming holiday parties at the hotel.
A student is blessed in the Billings Catholic All-System Mass at Central High School in 2010.
St. Francis Upper School students attend a Friday mass at St. Patrick's Co-Cathedral in 2010.