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If you ask Dalien McGraw and Beth Uthaug to share a few memories about their 10 years in Girl Scouting, expect it to take some time.
The chill and snow of the return of a real Montana winter didn’t discourage a good turnout for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day bell ringing at Montana State University Billings on Monday morning.
LIVINGSTON — If you think wooden axles and wheels went out with the horse-and-buggy days, Jem Blueher will set you straight.
GLENDIVE — Even Texas native Jim Cargill, president of Dawson Community College, has never seen an oil boom quite like the one exploding into Montana from North Dakota.
Rolf Groseth’s call to enroll and graduate more American Indian students at Montana State University Billings was so important that he made a public point of it twice recently.
With a mother’s time in short supply, why would she sew garments for her children?
Federal budget cuts hit Rocky Mountain College student Skyler Kinkade, 20, when he lost his summer job as a biological technician with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
More international students will be taking classes at Montana State University Billings this fall thanks to an effort that’s been in the works for several years.
With high gas prices, many Billings residents are looking for summer recreation close to home.
Today children celebrate their mothers’ special day. Some children honor their mothers throughout the year by following their career footsteps. Here are five sets of Billings mothers and daughters who have chosen the same careers.
River crossings and lousy weather didn’t dampen the spirits of an intrepid corps of Montana State University Billings students searching for traces of William Clark along the Yellowstone River.
UM project gathers Irish family historyies
Not long after getting engaged, Shannon McGowan and William Ralph started looking for a place to have their wedding.
The Grinch didn't steal Christmas this year, but brutal winter weather at the end of November nearly did.
The sun has yet to rise when Allen Powers walks through the doors of Billings Logan International Airport.
This year hasn't been easy for three Yellowstone County families.
The culinary program at Passages pre-release center helped Natasha Martin find her inner “Cake Boss.”