Here's Where to Get Free Pet Pictures with Santa in Billings
If you missed all the pet photo events last weekend, it's not too late! PetSmart is offering Santa photos Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 3 pm.
December 7th, 1941: Montanans Remember Attack On Pearl Harbor
Between the years 1941 and 1945, Montana produced over 75,000 soldiers for World War Two. These men, many of who had never left their hometown, would leave their homes and loved ones to go to foreign lands and put their lives on the line to serve their country
Bozeman Teen Gets Pledge of Allegiance Back in Schools
This is one impressive young lady. When 17 year old Lauren Gollofon realized that the pledge of allegiance wasn't taking place in local public schools in Bozeman- she didn't just complain, she did something about it.
Berglee Weighs in on Judge’s Montana Right to Carry Ruling
Rep. Berglee says the judge's decision was "pretty shocking" because the judge ruled that the Board of Regents has control of the college campuses. Since the Board of Regents has control of the college campuses, the judge says they can throw out 2nd Amendment rights on the campus.
Billings Police Investigating Threat to Skyview HS on Social Media
A social media post made on Monday (12/6) has area law enforcement on high alert following an apparent threat to a local high school, according to Billings Police.
Billings Blanketed in Snow. Here’s What is Next for Our Weather
As of 10 pm MDT on Monday evening (12/6), several inches had been dumped on many areas of Billings' west end, with a continuing chance of new snow accumulation
Does the City of Billings Write the Most Polite Parking Tickets?
It was just a matter of time until I got a parking ticket, and I'm not even mad about it.
Billings' Polar Plunge Raised $24K for Special Olympics Montana
Just before the first plunge began, about 20 bags of ice were added to the pool.