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Due to system maintenance, our market research database "Value Line" will have intermittent down times starting November 26 at 6 pm. Work is scheduled to be complete by November 30. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Library will be closed on Thursday, November 27 to celebrate Thanksgiving. We will re-open on Friday, November 28 at 10:00 a.m. Happy Thanksgiving to our Community from the grateful staff at the Billings Public Library!
It's a return of one of our favorite holiday traditions. The Big Sky Chorus will ring out the holiday season in this beautiful performance. Join us under the skylight and hear the harmonies resound through the library! Saturday, December 6 at 11 a.m.
Family's lawyer said Darren Wilson's comments were "hurtful."
NFL player Benjamin Watson is one of countless Americans still struggling to understand Michael Brown's shooting death at the hands of a police officer.
Never fear! We're here to help you strategize so you can enjoy Thanksgiving without overdoing it.
A team of U.S. special operations forces rescued eight hostages being held in a cave by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in a remote part of northern Yemen.
Army Col. Scott A. Green assumed command of the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division from the outgoing commander, Col. Matthew W. McFarlane, during a change of command ceremony Nov. 26, 2014 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
A North Carolina National Guard six-wheeled Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) can deliver nearly anything just about anywhere, fuel, water, equipment and Soldiers. This holiday season with the help of NCNG Family Programs, Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church in Raleigh, local businesses and Soldiers of NCNG's Bravo Company, 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 130th Aviation Regiment headquartered in Morrisville, provided a feast and much more for military families in North Carolina.
Stacey Dreessen from the Family Tree Center talks about the annual gala and auction, "Festival of Trees" on December 4, 2014.
Major Markham discusses the free Red Kettle Kick-off Dinner on November 29, 2014 at the Northern Hotel. Tickets are still available.
Jen Sneigoski and Amanda Handin from Emmanuel Baptist Church discuss the Christmas play "Hope of Christmas" from December 5-7, 2014.
Darren Rich discusses the show The Nutcracker on November 29th and 30th. An extra show has been added because of the demand.
Major Duke Markham from the Salvation Army discusses that bell ringers volunteer work is available for this holiday season in Billings.
Kevin Kooistra from the Western Heritage Center talks about a special High Noon lecture on December 4 featuring artist Bruce Ryniker, who is the designer of the Plymouth Road Runner, then on December 5th is the Art Walk in downtown Billings.
Kat Healy talks about Energy Share, which helps families in heating emergencies with a loan to help with services.
Jody Grant from the Alberta Bair Theater discusses the Ririe Woodbury Dance on November 20th. This is Ririe Woodbury's 50th year celebration.
Deb Nattern discusses "Cancer Votes".
Terri Malucci talks about Project Linus, an organization that distributes handmade blankets and quilts to at risk youth.
Lisa Donot talks about the Murder Mystery Dinner put on by the Billings Metra Vista Project, which is a cause to eliminate poverty in Billings. The dinner is November 18 at the Billings Depot downtown.
Morgan Ditto from the Yellowstone AIDS Project talks about the World AIDS Day Celebration in Billings.
Nikki Schaubel talks about the Center for Children and Families being nationally accredited.
Jody Grant from the Alberta Bair Theater talks about the Dennis DeYoung Styx show on November 14.
Kevin Kooistra from the Western Heritage Center talks about the High Noon Lecture Series every third Thursday of the month.
Kerri Rigney discusses the upcoming game that benefits the Road Dog Toy Run and to bring a toy for the benefit.
Jeff Howard from the National Federation for the Blind Montana discusses the upcoming baked good auction on November 9, with proceeds going to the organization.
Jade Jaggers from Riverstone Health discusses help for the open enrollment period for health insurance, November 15 - February 19.
Cindy Kunz from In Praise of Peace discusses the Jeannette Rankin Award ceremony on November 21.
Bev Thorne and Grace Lucas talk about the "Barber Shop Styling" music show at MSU Petro Theater on November 1.