If you've ever traveled by road across Montana, you've likely seen several gigantic letters on the sides of hills, mountains and cliffs. Here's the story behind those mammoth monograms.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Montana’s Native American tribes were particularly affected, prompting strict lockdowns that on the Northern C…
Dogs of all shapes and sizes played unleashed midday Saturday as the City of Billings unveiled its newly finished Centennial Dog Park.
The Billings Communal Mausoleum, located in Mountview cemetery, has stood overlooking the western edge of the cemetery for 100 years.
The meet started with a welcome party Friday night. Saturday will be in full swing with a "show and shine" at MetraPark from 8 a.m. to noon.
The Billings Public Library is making its transition back to normal operations following a year of pandemic-prompted closures, restricted hour…
Southside Community Gardens was formed with the intent of erecting a community garden on the South Side of Billings.
A group of roughly two dozen volunteers helped bury the cremated remains of 42 people at the Riverside County Cemetery.
Take a hike up Spirit Mound, a stop on the Lewis and Clark trail. Located northwest of Vermillion, South Dakota, the site is one of the few pl…
Fire destroyed the iconic M&M Cigar Store in Uptown Butte early Friday morning, taking out the roof and leaving the rest of the building charred and gutted. Nobody was injured but the building was a compete loss.
Billings residents may recognize a recent Geico motorcycle insurance commercial, and for good reason.
McKinley Elementary's historic significance gained national recognition in March with the announcement that the school is one of 20 new additions to the National Register of Historic Places.
First Interstate Arena, known to many by its original "Metra" name, has hosted some of the best rock acts of all time since its completion in …
The Billings Parks Board recommended Monday night that the city council take to voters a ballot initiative as part of a funding plan for city parks.
Although installed just days ahead of Valentine's Day, there are no strings attached or fine print urging you to buy a box of chocolates or jewelry. The billboard isn't selling anything.
Misty Hull has fond memories of visiting Gene's Pharmacy in Laurel as a child. She hopes her newly opened coffee house, Laurel's Main St. Perk…
View photos of the exterior of the 26,000 square foot mansion in Billings' Ironwood subdivision.
Elecia Enemy Hunter, a freshman at Lodge Grass High School, has always been interested in art and loves to draw and paint. When she heard that…
Barb Beck, Region 5 supervisor for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, has approved a plan to drain the lake in September 2021 to kill invasive, nonnative Asian clams.
The crew working on the restoration has worked on projects all across the West, including the Charles M. Russell House in Great Falls, the St. Ignatius Mission in St. Ignatius and the Lake Yellowstone Hotel in Yellowstone National Park.