Since 2008, a student from each of these high schools has been chosen to paint a mural on a selected Master Lube building with the public vote selecting who wins the traveling trophy and bragging rights.
Paul was talking this morning about making stadiums in our area multipurpose. High School football at Cobb Field, for example. Taxpayers built it and ought to get more use out of it. That thought led me to things that have been repurposed.
What's shaping up to be a historic spring storm could bring feet of snow to areas of Montana over the next 48 hours. Winter Storm Wesley is expected to have blizzard-like conditions in the plains on Wednesday with 1-2 feet of snow and wind gusts up to 60 mph possible.
With space heaters and snow blowers working overtime, it's been weeks since we've gotten above 32 degrees. While we will likely see significant snow this weekend, Billings is expected to have high temperatures above the freezing mark almost every day until late March.
The National Weather Service has a Wind Chill Warning in effect for Yellowstone Country through 12 Noon mountain time Monday, March 4 with wind chills of 45 below zero and frostbite on exposed skin possible within ten minutes.