Two Billings men convicted of trafficking a large amount of methamphetamine in the area each got long federal prison sentences on Thursday.
A former Billings mother who was convicted in a large meth conspiracy pleaded for probation in federal court on Thursday.
A Billings man with three prior drug felonies and facing state charges admitted federal gun and ammunition possession violations on Wednesday.
A Billings woman who trafficked more than a half a pound of methamphetamine in the community will spend three years in federal prison.
Yellowstone County’s Extension Service will be leaving its downtown courthouse offices for a temporary location while waiting for construction of a new building at MetraPark. But the move won’t be far.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming.
A Lodge Grass man on Friday denied charges he assaulted a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer.
Big Horn County Coroner Terry Bullis on Friday identified the Busby man killed Thursday in a two-vehicle accident as Lee Joseph Big Back, 33.
A federal judge this week sentenced a Fairview man to five years in prison for his role in a large methamphetamine trafficking network.
A Billings man who was accused of trafficking methamphetamine at the Billings Pre-Release Center and who had $10,000 in his sock admitted federal drug charges this week.
A Utah man this week denied federal charges that he possessed child pornography in Rockvale.
A Billings resident suspected of illegally possessing guns and methamphetamine denied federal charges this week.
Skies will be mostly sunny in the Billings area on Friday while temperatures will be mild, with a high of about 66 degrees, the National Weather Service said. Westerly winds will be about 6 mph and changing to easterly in the afternoon.
A federal judge in Billings on Thursday sentenced an elderly Hysham man to five years in prison for selling methamphetamine to an undercover agent.
A proposed surcharge on Yellowstone County employees who failed to participate in a health fair blood draw backfired this week after two unions objected.
A Billings transient Tuesday admitted federal charges linked to the theft last fall of eight firearms from The Fort in Big Timber.
Interstate Engineering of Billings will be working with the Lockwood Pedestrian Safety District Advisory Board as its consultant on safety projects, such as sidewalks, for the community.
A Hardin man on Tuesday admitted stabbing to death a St. Xavier man whose body was found in the Bighorn River at the Two Leggins fishing access on the Crow Reservation last year.
Consultants working on a senior housing needs assessment for the Huntley Project area will be holding a community meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday to hear from senior residents.
The Beartooth Pass south of Red Lodge has reopened, the Montana Department of Transportation said on Friday. The Wyoming side will be opening as well.
The Billings Police Department identified the victim of a fatal shooting on Thursday as David Leroy Vallie, 36, of Billings.
Skies will be mostly sunny on Friday in the Billings area but temperatures will be cooler.
The race for Yellowstone County treasurer, assessor and superintendent of schools is a match between two political newcomers, both of whom touted their experience as qualifications for the job.
In his bid for re-election, Yellowstone County Commissioner John Ostlund, a Republican, ticks off a list of highlights he says showcase a well-managed county — a $100 million budget, little debt and a AA+ bond rating, which is the second highest possible.
Lockwood residents will get a chance to review progress on community projects during the second annual town hall meeting and social Oct. 14.