BILLINGS – For 35 years, the Billings Clinic Foundation has brought the community out to support its medical offerings with an annual fundraiser that includes
CROW AGENCY- Every August brings a special celebration for the Crow Tribe, and 2018 marks the centennial celebration. This edition of Q2 Rewind takes a
Back in the 1980s, horse racing and betting was a popular pastime in Billings.
BILLINGS- After a 1971 fire, little was left of the Skyline Club but charred beams and memories.
BILLINGS – A lot has changed since 1918.
BILLINGS – This year, a mainstay of Billings broadcasting is celebrating 60 years on the air. Major Dan Miller is now playing the oldies on Mojo 92.5, but got his start in Billings on KOOK Radio, the AM station that at one time was KTVQ’s radio affiliate.
Red Lodge is hosting its 89th Home of Champions Rodeo. Watch this week’s Q2 Rewind to see more.
In June of 1979, representatives from 14 Native American tribes gathered with other dignitaries and a sea of onlookers to dedicate the Plains Indian Museum in Cody, Wyoming.
In 1996, members of an anti-government group called the Montana Freemen holed up in a ranch for 81 days after the arrest of one man, LeRoy Schweitzer.
BILLINGS – For this week’s Q2 Rewind, we looked back at a longtime Magic City tradition that’s celebrated no more: the Western Days Parade.
For this week’s Q2 Rewind, we head back 23 years ago this week to a moment in Magic City political history.
BILLINGS – Memorial Day weekend for many locals and tourists means the opening of Beartooth Highway. For Red Lodge especially, opening the gates of Highway 212 puts the town on the path to Yellowstone National Park. In this week’s Q2 Rewind Bob McGuire takes a look back at a long gone tradition that celebrated the highway and its nickname.
BILLINGS – Montana Avenue in downtown Billings has turned into a vibrant, growing street of new businesses, restaurants, and breweries.
Miles City is saddling up for a wild ride this weekend as it prepares for the 68th annual Miles City Bucking Horse Sale.
BILLINGS – Springtime in Montana means thousands of women here are gearing up for the 37th annual Montana Women’s Run, the yearly tradition that sends a sea of colorful shirts and big smiles down the streets of downtown Billings.