Can't make it to a TV on Saturday? Townsquare Media is proud to bring you the Little League World Series United States Championship Game, Saturday at 1pm on Newsradio 95FM and 970 AM, featuring Billing's own Big Sky All-Stars.
Big Sky All-Stars have advanced to the U.S. Championship Game of the Little League World Series with a win in their semifinal game at Wednesday night. Slipping by West Region champions Oceanview All-Stars from California with a score of 1-0, the All-Stars will play the winner of Thursday night’s "loser's bracket" game between California and hometown favorites Keystone All-Stars from Clinton County, Pennsylvania
We're bringing you the chance to win a French Door from Lynnrich and the 2011 Home Improvement Show. You could be the new owner of a 6' custom sliding French Door, all you have to do is register here, then head out to the Home Improvement Show at the Expo Center and Montana Pavilion. The show begins September 9, and will conclude by giving away $15,000 in prizes on September 11!
You can catch the Billings Big Sky Little League All-Stars in their next Little League World Series game on Wednesday, August 24. The game starts at 6 MST and will be broadcast live on ESPN. Besides cheering on the boys during the game, First Interstate Bank has set up another way to support these Little League players and their families.
According to the Billings Gazette, about 100 people rallied last Sunday, August 22, at MSUB in favor of a "complete streets" resolution that could improve bicycle and pedestrian trails. The new policy would guide the design and development of new streets, upgrade existing streets, and encourage the addition of enhancements that would create a "multi-model transportation system." This is expected to be voted and approved on Monday, August 23.
It's about that time! The kids will be headed back to school for another year of learning. To get you in the Back to School Spirit, we have some great businesses giving away some great prizes in our Back to School Showcase
There's plenty to see and do at MontanaFair without spending more money after gate admission. Plus if you pay attention to the daily deals, you can get at least $2 dollars off gate admission any day, and sometimes certain age groups are free. Even if you spend a fortune on the carnival and food, you can enjoy these acts on the midway without spending another dime.
Habitat for Humanity and the new HBA Forward committee are looking for volunteers 16 years and older to help with the building of a home on Saturday, August 20th. No specific skills are required, just a willingness to learn and have fun
The Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County is giving you a chance to win a 2011 Softail Bike. Only 2,000 tickets are available and if you win you'll have seven bikes to choose from. Winners to be drawn Monday, September 5 at 3pm at Be
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