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ATV Accident Friday
Q2 reports that a woman and a 3-year-old child were taken to a local hospital after their four-wheeler lost control and ran into a neighbor’s house in Billings Heights late Friday. The child apparently grabbed the accelerator on the vehicle while it was in gear in a driveway...
Roofers Head to Roundup
The Billings Gazette reports that Roundup residents are seeing more signs bearing the names of roofing contractors these days, following a May 31 hailstorm that battered the town’s roofs, windshields, windows, cars and anything else left exposed...
Rims Closed for Fourth of July
Q2 reports Billings Fire Chief Bill Rash says the department plans to close public areas along the Rims again this year for the Fourth of July. After years of closing the Rims for the holiday, the Billings Fire Department opened the Rims last year again, just as an experiment...
Avista Sale Approved
Public utility regulators Tuesday voted to approve the proposed sale of Avista Corporation to a Canadian power company – including a $4.5 million payment to the city of Colstrip. The Montana Public Service Commission voted 4-1 to endorse the sale, which also needs the approval of utility commi…
Harada Running for Judge
Billings attorney Ashley Harada is throwing her hat into the ring for one of the new judicial seats coming to Yellowstone County following the November elections.
Montana Senators on Tax Bill
Montana’s Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester has said he couldn’t support President Donald Trump’s tax bill, because of the debt it passes on to future generations, saying in an email [quote] “The Senate bill as currently drafted saddles our kids and grand kids with more cru…
Foo Fighters Are Coming To Billings
This will be the bands first time in Billings, Montana but we'll be ready to rock!
The show is at MetraPark on December 9th and is part of their late Fall tour to help promote their new album Concrete and Gold which will be released to the public September 15...
“Road Beers” Could Make Their Return To Montana
 
You heard me right. If House Bill 206 passes, the "road beer" could make its return.
Currently, drivers and passengers are not allowed to drink alcohol while driving. Because of obvious freaking reasons. However, a few lawmakers, including the bills sponsor, House Representative Daniel Zol…

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