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Fourth-graders Jordan Watley, left, and Damien Satrehansen shop for toys in Santa’s Workshop at McKinley Elementary School on Tuesday.
A color guard presents the colors at the Polar Plunge at Lake Elmo on Saturday.
Dressed as princesses, Polar Plunge participants, from left, JoJo Mallory, Calista Weatherby, Angelique Montiel and Grace Steppe jump in to Lake Elmo on Saturday.
Drummer Brian Boehn and other members of the eighth-grade jazz band get in a morning practice before their regular classes at Riverside Middle School.
Big Sky Pet Resort owners Marc and Bobbie Underwood with guest dog Lamby on Thursday. Above, Big Sky Pet Resort owner Marc Underwood plays with guest dog Molly in the indoor exercise area.
I must have been driving down State Street past the Western Sugar plant when the smell hit me for the first time this fall.
Once cleaned and peeled, the four beets weighed about 5 pounds.
A sugar beet and a spoonful of molasses sugar.
Winter items were on display Saturday at Apricot Lane Boutique at the West Park Promenade.
Above and below: Snowboarders and skiers make their way down the mountain at Red Lodge Mountain on opening day Friday.
Meridian owner Lisa Wyss sits in the store’s new location in the Shops at Shiloh Crossing on Tuesday.
Shiloh Crossing on Billings’ West End has attracted new retailers during the last year.
Volunteers move boxes filled with a Thanksgiving dinner down the line during Flakesgiving at MetraPark on Saturday.
Pub Station employee Brett Belston installs baseboards in the new music venue as it prepares to open this week.
The machine known as a shear processes scrap metal at Big Sky Steel and Recycling.
From left, Sacrifice Cliff Theatre actors Adam Roebling, Sydney Wehmyere and Vint Lavinder are featured in “Grace.” The dark comedy by Craig Wright hits the boards Friday at the NOVA Center.
Shelly Stanton teaches a group of family consumer teachers in the Gear Up Lab at Orchard Elementary School on Tuesday.
Brownies from troops 2170 and 2326 walk through tall grass at Norm’s Island Saturday to find a hidden stuffed animal at the end of a trail.
Emma Doolittle, 3, left, Austin Webber, 5, center, and Aubre Childers, 9, react as a gummy bear goes up in smoke during a Halloween “Spook-tacular” show put on by the Rocky Mountain College Chemical Magic class Friday.
West High’s staging of “Romeo and Juliet” hits the boards at the school’s auditorium starting Oct. 23.
Cowboys lead a herd of cattle down Third Avenue North in downtown Billings for the NILE Rodeo Cattle Drive and Parade on Saturday.
Jack Conwell, West High Orchestra: “The arts have let me put time and effort into something that is very meaningful to me. I can clearly see how well I have improved.”
When Sheri Weisser saw her uncle’s name in the paper, she couldn’t believe her eyes.
Emily MacCatherine, 9, has fun in the ticket booth put up by Castle Rock Middle School at Saturday Live on Saturday.
Mark Cady chats with supporters as he prepares to make a formal announcement of his candidacy for Yellowstone County Sheriff on Friday.
VISTA volunteers Samantha Vernon, left, and Erica Zutz, center, with Walt Acra of Family Service Inc. in the Suit Up room Tuesday.
Rusty Limberhand kicks the ball during a game of kickball Wednesday at the National Recovery Month picnic at Terry Park.
Story Sanks, 4, asks teacher Amy Whittle a question during the pre-kindergarten class at the YWCA Billings, 909 Wyoming Ave., on Tuesday. Gov. Steve Bullock’s office released additional details about his plan for pre-K education, including the price, on Tuesday.
Ron May, right, and other volunteers sort books in preparation for Central Christian Church’s annual book sale Monday.
As best as Laurel Public Schools Superintendent Tim Bronk can tell, there are more students in the district this year than ever before.
Rocky Mountain College student Zach Farrand, left, and assistant professor Luke Ward, right, unload garbage collected from the Yellowstone River to a collection point at Norm’s Island on Saturday.
Stephanie Iron Shooter of the Montana Governor’s Suicide Mortality Review Team speaks during a World Suicide Prevention Day event at RiverStone Health on Wednesday.
This indoor Ferris wheel is one of several unique amenities at the new Scheels store.
Bill Bradley, project director for Bilfinger-Westcon Inc., gestures to Quantum Energy CEO Andrew Kacic, seated, as they make a presentation to the Yellowstone County Commissioners.
Bronze statues decorate the exterior of the new Scheels store.
Chef Jeremy Engebretson roasts peppers on the grill, left, at his Lilac restaurant after purchasing them and some cucumbers from the Easterwood Farms booth at the Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market.
Quantum Energy CEO Andrew Kacic answers questions from the Yellowstone County commissioners during a recent presentation to the commissioners.
Allion Corbyn, left, and Melanie Schwarz of Big Sky Economic Development ride the Ferris wheel inside the new Scheels store during a sneak peek tour Tuesday.
The Anchorage Museum is a glass-covered modern building in downtown Anchorage featuring anthropomorphic sculptures by Alaska artist Rachelle Dowdy near the entrance.
“Little Switzerland” in the Alaska Range. The mountains in the range are popular with ice and rock climbers.
When Bently Spang pulls on the gold jumpsuit and white platform shoes to become “Indian of the Future,” it’s hard to understand his ancestors’ influence on the Northern Cheyenne artist.
Austin Nollen, 13, left, Ben Clark, 12, center, and David Martinez, 16, empty buckets of trash into a large trash can after picking up litter Thursday at Riverfront Park.
Larry Stanfel dances during his lesson with Julia Marble of the Montana Dance Center. Stanfel took up the hobby as research for a book he was writing more than a decade ago.
Shoppers headed out to the first Yellowstone Valley Farmers’ Market of the season for early vegetables, fresh-baked goods, fruit and other goodies.
A basketball camp participant walks through the campus at Rocky Mountain College on July 17.
Don Cole of Out of Category Bike Repair.
DEAN — At 8,000 feet hidden among the pine trees overlooking Nye Creek, a three-man crew was busy Wednesday using a diesel-powered drill to bore deep into the 2.7-billion-year-old rock of the Beartooth Mountains.
Sarah Boetticher, 6, of Billings, poses in a cutout replica of “The Scream” at Summerfair at Veterans Park on Saturday.
Five-month-old Knox Myers, carried by his aunt Maegan Myers, looks at the books at the Billings Public Library’s booth at Summerfair at Veterans Park on Saturday.
Jovie, 4, Haley, 6, and Miley Cutting, 1 1/2, pick out books to read during a Reading Rocks event at Central Park on Thursday.
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