Photos from the 29th Annual Holiday Parade in downtown Billings. (via billingsgazette.com)
Reader write-in: Traditional dishes started with a special moment in family history (via billingsgazette.com)
A local production company films its latest movie, “Hobbes and Phil vs. Zombies.” (via billingsgazette.com)
Bruno and Ozzy, grizzly bears at ZooMontana, receive treats in the form of massive pumpkins. The pumpkins, which were as large as 770 pounds and filled with treats such as kibble, grapes, and peanut butter, were provided as part of a program designed to encourage the bears to creatively forage for food similar to the way bears would forage for food in the wild. (via billingsgazette.com)
Autumn along the Yellowstone River near Billings offers a wonderful sensory change of colors, smells and even sounds as the annual life cycle of the riparian habitat comes to an end. (via billingsgazette.com)
Hundreds of undead walkers flocked to downtown Billings to participate in the Zombie Walk. (via billingsgazette.com)
The Skyview and West volleyball teams faced off for the annual Pack the Place in Pink Night at Skyview High School Tuesday, October 15.
Most of Yellowstone National Park’s 3 million annual visitors miss out on its best season. July and August draw throngs of vacationers and trigger “no vacancy” signs in border communities.
September and October visitors find a quieter experience where humans are outnumbered by the park’s wild inhabitants. (via billingsgazette.com)
This collection of aerial images shows the start of a transformation of the North Dakota landscape as dramatic production is realized from the Bakken oil formation. (via billingsgazette.com)
Supporters of Billings Public Schools converged on Pioneer Park on Saturday to raise money for the schools while having a good time. (via billingsgazette.com)
Over 2000 people participated in the Color Me Rad 5k at MetraPark. (via billingsgazette.com)
Aspen Willems and her horse, Max, move the ball down the arena as Jody Anderson and her horse, Desi, look on during a horse soccer match. (via billingsgazette.com)
A strong thunderstorm left drivers stranded and washed rock and debris into Billings streets Saturday night. (via billingsgazette.com)
The Burn the Point parade makes its way down Third Avenue North on Friday. (via billingsgazette.com)