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Recount Update: HD 51 and Yellowstone County Judge Race
Republican Frank Fleming (R-Billings) held on to survive a recount, and remained as the victor on the House District 51 race for the Montana legislature. So what about the other recount requested in Yellowstone county: the judicial race between Ashley Harada and Juli Pierce. That recount is expected…
Big Sky Worldview Forum’s Voter Guide
I've had several folks in Billings and Yellowstone County email or call the show asking for more information about who to vote for in the upcoming elections. They especially want to know who to vote for when it comes to judicial races.
Fire Restrictions
Stage 1 fire restrictions will be in place beginning Friday, Yellowstone County residents must refrain from building a fire or smoking outdoors unless it’s inside a three-foot circle cleared of all flammable material
The Yellowstone County Board of Commissioners voted 3-0 Tuesday to e…
Flood Watch
The National Weather Service in Billings has issued a Flood Watch
for the following rivers in Montana.
Yellowstone Ballots Due Tonight
Ballots cast in school issues are due at the Yellowstone County Elections Office by 8 p.m. tonight. Voters in School District 2 have no elections, but in Lockwood, voters are considering a $49.9 million bond that would expand Lockwood to a Kindergarten through grade 12 school district...
Body Found in Yellowstone River
Q2 reports that Yellowstone County law enforcement responded to Two Moon Park after several reports of a body seen floating in the Yellowstone River on Sunday afternoon.
Sgt. Ryan Taylor confirmed that the body was discovered at around 3 p...
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…
Smoking Prohibition
A new rule prohibiting smoking within 20 feet of public entryways, windows or ventilation systems will take effect in Yellowstone County on March 1. Q2 reports that Rule 7 was voted in by the RiverStone Board of Health in December. The rule will also ban the use of e-cigarettes and other vaping devi…

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