Crow Fair Royalty
The First Interstate Center is the tallest building in Billings, Montana and the northern Rockies, at 272 feet. Construction began in 1984 and was completed the following year. The building was designed by Joel Long.
Clark's Crossing of the Yellowstone River near Billings
Senior West Boys Soccer
Look at some of the crime stories from The Billings Gazette from August.
Images from the Greater Yellowstone Central Labor Council Labor Day Picnic at Rose Park.
Gary Hauck's handicap accessible home
Images from the kids flag and barrel racing events at Billings Saddle Club on Saturday August 29th.
Images from the 26th Annual "Running of the Sheep" Sheep Drive in Reed Point, Mont. on Sunday.
Lilac chef Jeremy Engebretson turns farmers' market finds into a gourmet meal.
Images from the Laurel Locomotives vs. Cody Broncs football game Saturday at Laurel High School.
Plenty Coups Day of Honor
View the most-read headlines from the week ending Aug. 29.
Images from the Billings Senior vs. Butte football game Friday at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
Images from the Billings West vs. Kalispell Glacier football game Friday at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.
Burn the Point
Gazette photo editor took these aerial photos of flooding in Eastern Montana.
A comprehensive look at Montana's five fall high school sports -- football, volleyball, soccer, cross country and golf -- including athlete features, sport overviews and team capsules.
Video tours of some of the best high school football fields in Montana, counting down to the No. 1-ranked field.
Readers share their photos of the first day of school. Share yours on the Billings Gazette Facebook page.
Billings students in SD2 return to classes.
Few small neighborhood grocery stores remain in business in Billings today. But for decades, many residents needed only to walk or bike a few blocks to the closest market. Now home to Harper & Madison, the 10th Avenue Grocery was once known for its penny candy. The store closed in March …
A slideshow collection of Yellowstone National Park's "Minute Out In It" videos.