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MET Transit is pleased to announce we're now on Facebook...
In observance of Labor Day, MET Transit's offices will be closed and the buses will not be operating.
Students ride free August 27, 2014 through August 29, 2014.
Freed writer Peter Theo Curtis has spoken out for the first time since being released by Syrian militants and thanked the "brave determined and big hearted people" who helped save him.
More than a century and a half after his death at the Battle of Gettysburg, a Union Army officer is being awarded the nationâ€™s highest military decoration.
Time Warner Cable subscribers across the country are experiencing service problems this morning.
A Chicago-born jihadist has been killed while fighting in Syria, the White House said today, purportedly with the terrorist group ISIS.
THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION is reaching out to Western and Middle Eastern allies with the aim of garnering logistical support for possible airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, according to a New York Times report.
Military and civilian human rights experts from 15 Western Hemisphere nations are meeting at the headquarters of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Aug. 26-28 to discuss the SOUTHCOM-sponsored Human Rights Initiative (HRI) and the protection of human rights in the region.
A team of five Colombian Army leaders visited South Carolina to observe the S.C. Army National Guard maintenance facilities at the McCrady Training Center and McEntire Joint National Guard Base, Eastover, S.C., Aug. 18-22, 2014.
In the blazing hot sun of the Middle East, on the cold steel of a ship underway and anywhere else service members may deploy, something as simple as a hot cup of coffee can lift their spirits and get them through the day. In this way, a free cup of coffee reminds service members they are not forgotten.
1st Lt. Wayne Quint ran Cross Country in high school, eventually becoming the team captain with his best 3-mile time being 16 minutes 8 seconds. He attended the University of California, Los Angeles, and went on to earn his degree in law. Shorty after, he decided to commission in the Marine Corps.
Sandy Price and Patty Oblander from B.A.R.K. Animal Rescue discuss the fundraiser "Spay-Getti" dinner on September 4, 2014 at the Shrine Auditorium from 5pm to 8pm.
Kevin Kooistra from the Western Heritage Center talks about the Montana Inspiration Project describing a demonstration from the Yellowstone Wood Turn Club.
Cherie Caverly and Kristen Keup discuss the class reunion for both high schools from August 29-31, 2014.
Bill Ohlson from Emmanuel Baptist Church discusses the car show on Saturday, August 23, 2014.
Abby Frank from the Lewistown Chamber of Commerce discusses the Choke Cherry Jam on September 5, 2014.
Nikki Schaubel from the Center for Children and Families talks about the Dream Beds For Kids fundraiser in October. Decorators and builders are still at need.
Dennis Forleo discusses the class available through Billings Chi Tu Do, "Stop Bullies Fast".
Danielle O'Shea discusses the MS Bike-A-Thon tour.
Tim Goodridge discusses the progress of the Magic City Blues Festival and the location at South Park.
Leonard Smith from the NADC discusses the upcoming conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel August 5-7, 2014.
Kevin Kooistra from the Western Heritage Center discusses the High Noon Lecture Series every Thursday at the museum.
Karena Dale and Robin Lode talk about the Harlowton Barn Dances that benefit the Harlowton Museum on August 16, 2014.
Jade Jager from Riverstone Health talks about the 30th anniversary for providing services in Billings. Riverstone Health's event will be on August 14th.
Bill Larson from the Red Lodge Chamber of Commerce discusses the area's happenings including the Farmer's Market every Friday, Rocky Top Music Festival on August 9, the golf tournament, and BMW Motorcycle Rally.
Kenyon Hatter and Max Erickson from the 4-H club talk about the events at the Carbon County Fair in Red Lodge.
Lisa Olmstead talks about the Walking Tours the Western Heritage Center provides in the summer in Billings.
The Summer Concert Series are half way over. The remaining concerts are discussed.
Terry Bouck talks about the changes some of the schools are undergoing in Billings.
Tara Debolt from Billings Head Start talks about the benefiting concert "Rock 2 Raise 2014."
Jody Grant from the Alberta Bair Theater talks about the season ticket sale starting July 12, 2014.