The Outlaws lost to the team they defeated in the tournament opener.
SCOTT, in prepared remarks: "Just before COVID, we had the most inclusive economy in my lifetime. The lowest unemployment ever recorded for Af…
The extension takes the former Montana player and coach through the 2026-27 season.
The Biden administration has suspended new oil and gas leasing and drilling permits on public lands and waters for 60 days as part a review of programs at the U.S. Department of Interior.
Women and children desperate for shelter and protection from their abusers will get additional help from the YWCA of Billings with the help of a surprise $1 million gift.
The Missouri River Corps of Rediscovery joins a surprisingly short list of all known Missouri River expeditions since 1962, maintained as a database by Norman Miller of Livingston, Montana at www.missouririverpaddlers.com. Thank you for reading along and being part of the journey!
For us, the answers are all different, yet united by a common theme.
“Saw great numbers of goats or Antelope on Shore... in the evening I discovered a number of Indians on each Side and goats in the river or Swiming & on Sand bars, when I came near Saw the boys in the water Swiming amongst the goats & Killing them with Sticks, and then hauling them to the Shore those on Shore Kept them in the water, I saw 58 Killed in this way and on the Shore, the hunter with Cap Lewis Shot 3 goats I came too and Camped above the Ricara Camp on the L. S. Several Indians visited us duereing the night Some with meat, Sang and were merry all night.”
“Set out at an early hour this morning. about nine A. M. the wind arose, and shortly after became so violent that we were unable to proceed, in short it was with much difficulty and some risk that I was enabled to get the canoes and perogues into a place of tolerable safety, there being no timber on either side of the river at this place. some of the canoes shiped water, and wet several parsels of their lading, which I directed to be opened and aired we remained untill five in the evening when the wind abating in some measure, we reloaded and proceeded.”
LAME DEER — Undaunted by near-zero temperatures, close to 100 of Henny Scott’s family, friends and other Northern Cheyenne community members marched Monday in the reservation’s largest town to remember the teenage girl who was reported missing two weeks before a search party found her body Friday.
It rains a lot in "Blade Runner." Like a lot a lot. And it's dark and dreary ... all the time.
In the opening moments of the movie, a blade runner puffs a cigarette as he conducts a test on one of the replicants. The room is thick with smoke.
The parents of Henny Scott, Paula Castro and Nathan Stops, confirmed Saturday morning that their 14-year-old daughter's body was found Friday by a search party looking in an area west of Lame Deer on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
The search continues for a 14-year-old girl last seen in Busby.
Does the Scott brand's "tube-free" toilet paper really save much paper or is it just another form of corporate greenwashing?
One could say Butte festival organizer Matt Boyle has trouble stepping away from the business of organizing events.
SEATTLE — Warren Miller, the legendary outdoor filmmaker who for decades made homages to downhill skiing that he narrated with his own humorous style, has died. He was 93.
In a wholly unprecedented move, Kevin Spacey is being cut from Ridley Scott's finished film "All the Money in the World" and replaced by Christopher Plummer just over one month before it's supposed to hit theaters.
From the latest mix-ups surrounding Hurricanes Irma and Harvey to some news about everyone's favorite candy, here's a roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week.