Ask almost any Billings resident to point out Sacrifice Cliff, and you’ll be directed to a prominent sandstone outcrop on the south bank of th…
With enrollment on the rise and plans for a new multimillion-dollar West End facility in the works, the Billings Catholic Schools system is fl…
When Rimrock Mall first opened its doors on Sept. 11, 1975, it marked a turning point in Billings' history.
Rising 245 feet into the sky and built with enough bricks to build a seven-foot wall from Billings to Laurel, the Crowne Plaza has stood watch…
Take the winding road north of Laurel — past two cemeteries, a landfill, acres of pastureland and rolling hilltop bluffs — and you’ll run into…
There's just something about Senior High.
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-d…
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.
For Carol Ormsbee, a resident of Camarillo, Calif., once was not nearly enough. Her first visit to Pictograph Cave State Park years ago only w…
Linda Farnes fondly remembers the days when Don Foote, who with his wife, Stella, once owned Pompeys Pillar, would trade Wonderland Amusement …
High and dry, low and wet are characteristics that distinguish the high- and low-elevation points in Yellowstone County, illustrating the regi…
Election Day 2006 was a defining moment in Billings history as 21,710 voters said they wanted the city to replace creaky old Cobb Field, the s…
Every Saturday, The Billings Gazette is featuring places that make Yellowstone County unique. Share your favorites on Facebook, Twitter and In…
What makes the Yellowstone River so special? Perhaps it's because the Yellowstone is the longest free-flowing river in the continental United States.
For two days this month, thousands of people will enjoy an afternoon in South Park, perhaps for the first time.
Not long after Billings popped up as a bustling railroad town in 1882, a single downtown site has been, in one way or another, a hub for the c…
It’s easy to drive by Riverside Park south of Laurel and not realize its rich history as a booster of the Depression-era Yellowstone Valley ec…