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Billings police detective Blake Richardson describes crime scene photographs during testimony in the deliberate homicide trial of Richard Douglas Reinert Jr. in Yellowstone County District Court on Wednesday, March 4, 2015.
A man came into the Cono-mart and told employees he'd been shot just after 8 a.m. on Wednesday.
A man is loaded into an ambulance at the Cono-mart after he reported to employees that he'd been shot.
Commons 1882, located at 404 N. 30th St., has received rave reviews for its locally-sourced lunches and dinners.
Melissa O'Donnell, left, and her mother, Deanne O'Donnell, have opened Meow Salon and Boutique at 219 N. 19th St. in downtown Billings.
Richard Reinert Jr. leaves District Court during a break on Tuesday, March 3, 2015.
Danielle Reinert talks about events leading up to the shooting of Jessica Stephenson during the deliberate homicide trial of Richard Douglas Reinert Jr., in District Court on Tuesday.
A police evidence photo shows a 9 mm Glock during the deliberate homicide trial of Richard Douglas Reinert Jr., in District Court on Tuesday.
Richard Douglas Reinert Jr.'s scratched face is shown to the jury during his deliberate homicide trial on Tuesday in District Court.
Billings Police Department Detective Steve Hallam testifies at the deliberate homicide trial of Richard Reinert Jr. in District Court on Tuesday morning.
Richard Reinert Jr. leaves Yellowstone County District Court during a break on Tuesday morning.
Gov. Steve Bullock and Mamalode publisher Elke Govertser, dressed as Frozen’s Elsa, greet children during an event to promote early childhood education at the Billings Public Library on Monday.
Annie Sloan chalk paint is quite versatile. It can be used on just about any surface and doesn't require priming. It comes in quart-sized containers and is available locally at Salvage Designs.
Several different looks can be achieved with Annie Sloan paint--marble, granite, crackled, sand-scraped and more--as illustrated by these samples at Salvage Designs in Billings.
County attorney Scott Twito delivers opening statements in Richard Reinert’s homicide trial before Judge Mary Jane Knisely on Monday.
Kevan Bryan interviews for the job of Yellowstone County finance director with commissioners on Monday.
Richard Douglas Reinert Jr., 28, goes through security on his arrival Monday for trial in Yellowstone County District Court on a homicide charge in the death of Jessica Stephenson.
Decorative tile now comes in sheets, eliminating the tediousness of hand-tiling. Billings Home Depot carries a wide selection of colors, sizes and textures.
Retrofit your current cupboards with built-ins to create additional space, like this spice rack and smart storage drawer at Billings Home Depot.
Cody Walter benefits from lower fuel prices as he makes deliveries for businesses in Billings.
Billings police responded to a two-car collision near the top of Zimmerman Trail about 5 p.m. on Friday. One person was transported to a hospital with minor injuries, Sgt. Clyde Reid said.
Four people were injured at Sandstone Elementary School on Friday. A Rocky Mountain College instructor, a graduate student and two Sandstone students were injured by glass shards after a science experiment explosion.
An aerial view of an ice jam on the Yellowstone River near Laurel.
Zero degrees on the Rimrocks overlooking Billings. Follow Larry Mayer on Twitter, @BGMayer.
Must be a record high temperature in front of the Big Horn Country Courthouse. Photographer Larry Mayer (@BGMayer) had to swat a wasp away.
Photographer Larry Mayer (@BGMayer) drives through thick fog on Highway 3.
The downtown Wendy's location is pictured shortly after its opening in 1981.
The Little Cowboy Bar in Fromberg has reopened after a fire damaged the bar and destroyed an attached museum in December 2013.
Fire-damaged items and new donations are on display in the bar, which reopened Feb. 20. The attached museum has not been restored.
The entrance to the Little Cowboy Bar after its recent restoration. The June 2007 issue of Esquire magazine listed the tavern as the “best bar” in Montana.
Two injured drivers are removed from their cars after a crash on the 200 block of Grand Avenue on Thursday morning.
It was once common on sunny days to see groups of young people pull their cars all the way up to the edge of the rimrocks for a day of tanning and beer drinking. The Swords Park area immediately south of the airport was known popularly as "The Beach" or "Rimrock Beach." Swords Park saw a num…
If you've viewed our second gallery of fun places that have closed, you know that Billings once had three drive-in movie theaters operating at the same time (though none of them were actually inside the city limits when they opened). The Big Sky (formerly the City-Vu) off Main Street in the …
The Heights area wasn't annexed into Billings until the early 1980s, after a surge of new residents created what was essentially a separate community. The isolation of the Heights from the rest of town meant that some utilities and road work would take years to implement. The photo above sho…
Once the region's largest independent meat packing plant, the Pierce Packing Co. first opened under the Billings Meat Co. brand. The original plant was on the South Side, but moved to First Avenue North in 1930, around the same time the Pierce name was adopted. The plant moved again, into th…
Before tall buildings took over the Billings skyline in the 1970s and 1980s, the rooftops downtown were dominated by some rather interesting displays. On top of the Security Trust & Savings Bank, a rotating sign with the Enco oil brand on one side and a clock on the other was installed i…
Opened in the early 1960s by Audrey and Wes Odegaard, Odegaard's Pharmacy grew into a pharmacy and hardware store known for selling "everything under the Sun...almost." At one time, Odegaard's operated three locations in Billings. Wes Odegaard had worked at Bennett's, a Billings drug store c…
Water stands in Chris Christensen's spring wheat near Hinsdale as residents recover from recent flooding on the Milk River in September.
Round bales near Saco show the effects of recent flooding on the Milk River in September.
An worker at Western Sugar was injured on Aug. 25, 2014. OSHA has issued two citations and fines of $12,000 in the incident.
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder, center, addresses the media during a press conference on a report entitled “Saddle Up Montana: It’s Time to Make Early Investments in Kids” at Miller’s Horse Palace near Laurel on Wednesday. Linder is joined by, from left, Martha Brooks of Fight Crime:…
A sign marks the site of the Yellowstone County Motor Vehicle Graveyard.
Billings police are investigating the death of two people in a home in the 2000 block of Clubhouse Way on Monday. Stephen, 79, and Marjorie, 75, Siemion were identified by Cliff Mahoney, deputy coroner, on Wednesday morning.
Marty Connell, Kairos Development president, shows visitors through one of the huge coolers in the former Pierce Packing complex.
Marty Connell, Kairos Development president, looks over rented warehouse space in the former Pierce Packing complex.
Marty Connell, Kairos Development president, looks over office space in the former Pierce Packing complex.
One person was injured Monday morning when a First Student school bus and a car collided at Lake Elmo Drive and Wicks Lane.
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