One of the toughest sections along the historic Bozeman Trail existed in a portion of the 10 to 12 miles between Pryor Creek and the present-day Billings Motorcycle Club on the banks of the Yellowstone River.
Just because you’re a renter doesn’t mean you need to settle for bland, boring décor. You can make more of your space in an inexpensive yet trendy way.
Question: Please settle an argument: Can lenders charge prepayment penalties on new loans?
Just in time for Halloween, it seems appropriate to put the spotlight on Boothill Cemetery, the first graveyard established in Coulson.
Tourists don’t seem to have any trouble finding the Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture, 15 miles east of Billings.
When the new library opened in Billings, the town was abuzz with excitement.
When it comes to filling your home with fall flair and warm festive cheer, you don’t have to rely on generic décor purchased from the store, which can be pricy and forgettable. This holiday season make your home unique with a little DIY.
The nights are getting colder and the days are getting shorter. Children are back in school. If you close your eyes mid-day, the warm weather may still conjure images of July, but fall is approaching. Is your garden ready?
For Carol Ormsbee, a resident of Camarillo, Calif., once was not nearly enough. Her first visit to Pictograph Cave State Park years ago only whet her visual and sensory appetites, leaving her hungry for a return trip.
Fall is bulb planting time. When we think of bulbs, we typically think of tulips and daffodils. However, fall is also a good time to plant garlic bulbs.
Cinderella’s fairy godmother may have used a magic wand, but anyone can transform a pumpkin into a magical sight with the right supplies and a dash of creativity.
Though we are still reveling in the glory days of early autumn, I have some bad news to impart — beautiful falls always end in dreary winters. And so to get ready for the inclement weather, when cozying up with a cup of tea and a good book seems the perfect alternative to braving the element…
Linda Farnes fondly remembers the days when Don Foote, who with his wife, Stella, once owned Pompeys Pillar, would trade Wonderland Amusement Park tickets for cookies baked by her mother, Ruthann.
Last summer, Laura Hall’s brother died in a tragic accident. He had a plot at a community garden, and instead of giving it away Laura took it over. She calls it “living meditation,” an essential part of grieving.
When one door closes, another one opens. The end of a relationship can be a time to not only reevaluate one's life, but also one's decor.
High and dry, low and wet are characteristics that distinguish the high- and low-elevation points in Yellowstone County, illustrating the region’s diversity.
For the estimated 30,000 Montanans who earlier this year acquired health insurance for the first time, learning how to use that coverage is a crucial next step.
St. Vincent Healthcare has been chosen as one of 30 sites in the world to participate in a pivotal clinical trial that will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of new technology to treat aneurysms.
At 22 weeks pregnant, Amanda Langve’s obstetrician recommended she get a fetal echocardiogram, an ultrasound that evaluates the baby’s heart for problems before birth.
You shop online and you balance your bank account online. Now Billings Clinic has ramped up its “patient portal” so you can access your own private medical records online, too.
There are only two other people in the nation like Hannah Silveus, and Billings children could well be healthier with her working on their behalf for the next two years.
An infant breathes rapidly, and his lips are blue — urgent symptoms that could be a sign of congenital heart disease. Whether the infant’s life is in danger depends on the specific defect present.
Theresa Marquez attributes her gardening prowess to her mom’s insistence on frugality stemming from the hard times of the 1930s.
Stepping into the kitchen often meant lots of hard work without much fun. The acts of chopping, dicing, getting measurements just right and attempting to cook the perfect cut of meat without drying it out often caused much stress for home cooks.
It was way past midnight and Leesa McNeil was hard at work.