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Fort Hood is leading the way in energy efficiency with the Army’s largest hybrid renewable energy project and vehicle-to-grid initiative, saving the installation money and resources while leveraging green technologies.
On the mainland, temperatures will begin to fall as the summer months draw to an end. Fall will pass and winter will bring snow and rainfall; short, cold days and long, even cooler nights. Men and women everywhere will dream of their vacation, saving each paycheck in hopes of escaping to paradise. Somewhere warm. Someplace with beautiful mountains, surrounded by equally beautiful water.
Keep Texas Beautiful recognized the Fort Hood Sentinel, Recycle Center and Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division as winners of the 2015 Weekly Large Community Newspaper and Civic Program Award. DPW Environmental also won third place for the Military Award.
It’s almost that time of year where men, women and children all across the country enjoy food, festivities and fireworks in celebration of a holiday as patriotic as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie. That’s right, folks, Independence Day is almost here.
Mark Hedin talks about the Brews & Blues BBQ's on July 11, sampling different keg beer with live music.
Kevin Kooistra from the Western Heritage Center History Tours around Billings and the Inspiration Series this summer.
Denise Armstrong from the Big Sky Senior Center talks about The Grandparents Scam.
Amy Ensign talks about the Summer Youth Program provided by the HRDC.
Shirley Margheim talks about the Little Big Horn Days from June 24-27, 2015.
Shelley Pierce and Margie Prokop talk about the St John's Lutheran Home Summer Concert Series starts June 25, 2015.
Ken Young and Paul Kober discuss the Laurel Lions Club firework sale.
Tom Richmond talks about the Yellowstone Radio Club Field Day on June 27-28, 2015.
Jace Dykman and Rianna Herd from Yellowstone AIDS Project talks about the 4th annual Shred-a-Thon on June 20 downtown.
Jody Grant from the Alberta Bair Theater talks about the 2015-16 season.
Andrea Jones with the HRDC talks about Play Day at the Zoo event.
Sarah Calhoun, founder of The Red Ants Pants Foundation, talks about the Red Ants Pants Music Festival in mid July.
Lisa Olmsted from the Western Heritage Center talks about the High Noon Series, "Science Woman".
AJ Kalanic from the Billings Studio Theater talks about Bark The Musical and summer camps available.
Carol Schell discusses the Broadview all class reunion on June 13 and 14, 2015.
Darcie Howard from the Montana Audobon Center talks about the "Get Outside Montana" event on June 7.
Eric Halverson from the Center for Children and Families talks about the different programs available.
Kerri Rigney with Tumbleweed talks about the Playhouse Parade.
Stacy Dreesen from the Family Tree Center talks about the Island Adventure Run, 5k on June 6.
Chief John Staley discusses the Lockwood Fire Department's new fire house.