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Tavern Group Sues City and County
Q2 reports on an almost-predictable reaction to Billings new smoking rule, as the Yellowstone County Tavern Association has filed a lawsuit claiming the measure– prohibiting people from smoking within 20 feet of public entryways– was passed in a “anti-democratic and soft totalitar…
Woman Found Dead Saturday
The Gazette reports that a 48-year-old indigent woman was found dead this weekend in the doorway of a Billings business, according to a Billings Police Department press release. The BPD received a call regarding an unresponsive woman lying in the doorway in the 2800 block of First Avenue North at ab…
Tribal Officer Will Plead
Q2 reports that a Fort Peck Tribal law enforcement officer has said he will plead guilty next week to burglarizing the Fort Peck Tribal Law and Justice Building.
33-year-old Mikkel Shields was charged in U.S. District Court in Great Falls with four counts of burglary...
Missing and Endangered Advisory
The Gazette reports that a missing and endangered advisory has been issued for five children who Billings Police believe are with their non-custodial mother. They were last seen on Tuesday, according to the alert, while on a trial visitation when they were taken...
Montana Is #27 For Living?
Whether it be health care, education or....whatever, each state in this beautiful nation of ours soars in something that makes it the best place to live. US News recently came out with it's 'Top 10' Best States To Live In and...Montana didn't make the cut....but I think it should…
Green Magic Lawn & Landscape Tips
You might wonder what you can do to keep your lawn looking great after we leave.
Check out our tips for mowing your lawn and watering it.
And don't forget about your trees and shrubs! They represent a valuable and growing investment in your home...
One Big Sky Discussed Thursday
Q2 reports the proposed One Big Sky Center project in downtown Billings has supporters, but it also faces a lot of funding questions, as evidenced by citizens at a public meeting on Thursday night.
Those involved in studying the project say to get to the second phase, they need $675,000...
Snowiest Feb. on Record
The Gazette reports that, with the shortest month of the year in the rear view mirror, Billings had its second-snowiest February on record, adding almost 32-and-a-half inches of powder to a year that already ranks in the top 10 for snowfall, according to the National Weather Service...
March For Our Guns Rally
Student organizers of a Montana march against gun violence are planning to relocate their March For Our Lives event after discovering that an event called March For Our Guns was scheduled for the same time in the state capitol. Students have reignited the national gun debate by calling for action in…
4th Grader Dies of Flu
A fourth-grade student at St. Francis Catholic School died of influenza Tuesday, the first reported pediatric flu death in Montana this season, according to a RiverStone Health announcement on Wednesday. The girl had reportedly fallen ill on Sunday and died three days later...

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