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  • Q2 Rewind: 40 years of adventure with 'Peaks to Prairie' in Montana

    Q2 Rewind: 40 years of adventure with 'Peaks to Prairie' in Montana

    Monday, April 23 2018 9:18 PM EDT2018-04-24 01:18:16 GMT
    Jim Thomas-DeJongh. MTN NewsJim Thomas-DeJongh. MTN News

    BILLINGS - This coming Sunday, Peaks to Prairie Adventure Race marks its 40th annual race. 

    BILLINGS - This coming Sunday, Peaks to Prairie Adventure Race marks its 40th annual race. 

  • Q2 Rewind: Caring for Kemerovo

    Q2 Rewind: Caring for Kemerovo

    Monday, April 16 2018 8:19 PM EDT2018-04-17 00:19:11 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News

    BILLINGS - In the first years after end of the Cold War, Tom Asay of Forsyth had a dream. Upon returning from the Siberian city of Kemerovo, the former state legislator believed that the people of the United States — not the government — could reach out to help the people in need there.

    BILLINGS - In the first years after end of the Cold War, Tom Asay of Forsyth had a dream. Upon returning from the Siberian city of Kemerovo, the former state legislator believed that the people of the United States — not the government — could reach out to help the people in need there.

  • Q2 Rewind: In 1992, Montana celebrated 10 years of friendship with Kumamoto, Japan

    Q2 Rewind: In 1992, Montana celebrated 10 years of friendship with Kumamoto, Japan

    Monday, April 9 2018 8:11 PM EDT2018-04-10 00:11:28 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News

    BILLINGS - In 1982 the state of Montana and the prefecture of Kumamoto, Japan, entered into a sister-state relationship meant to promote economic and cultural growth.

    BILLINGS - In 1982 the state of Montana and the prefecture of Kumamoto, Japan, entered into a sister-state relationship meant to promote economic and cultural growth.

  • Q2 Rewind: Unabomber found in remote Montana

    Q2 Rewind: Unabomber found in remote Montana

    Monday, April 2 2018 8:30 PM EDT2018-04-03 00:30:52 GMT
    Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber. MTN News.Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber. MTN News.

    BILLINGS - In the first week in April 1996, Montana leapt to the national spotlight when federal investigators announced that the Treasure State was home to the prime suspect in the Unabomber case, a 17-year series of deadly mail bombings by a terrorist bent on pursuing an anti-technology ideology.

    BILLINGS - In the first week in April 1996, Montana leapt to the national spotlight when federal investigators announced that the Treasure State was home to the prime suspect in the Unabomber case, a 17-year series of deadly mail bombings by a terrorist bent on pursuing an anti-technology ideology.

  • Q2 Rewind: A long road to recognition for Vietnam veterans in Montana

    Q2 Rewind: A long road to recognition for Vietnam veterans in Montana

    Tuesday, March 27 2018 6:39 AM EDT2018-03-27 10:39:48 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News

    In observation of National Vietnam War Veterans Day, the Yellowstone National Cemetery in Laurel will host an event to honor and recognize the service of Vietnam veterans. 

    In observation of National Vietnam War Veterans Day, the Yellowstone National Cemetery in Laurel will host an event to honor and recognize the service of Vietnam veterans. 

  • Q2 Rewind: When Montana State University Billings was on the gridiron

    Q2 Rewind: When Montana State University Billings was on the gridiron

    Monday, March 19 2018 8:40 PM EDT2018-03-20 00:40:39 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News
    MTN NewsMTN News

    BILLINGS - Forty years ago, Eastern Montana College (now Montana State University-Billings) ended its football program. 

    BILLINGS - Forty years ago, Eastern Montana College (now Montana State University-Billings) ended its football program. 

  • Q2 Rewind: The end of gymnastics in Billings schools

    Q2 Rewind: The end of gymnastics in Billings schools

    Monday, March 12 2018 9:01 PM EDT2018-03-13 01:01:25 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News
    MTN NewsMTN News

    BILLINGS - For years, gymnastics was a thriving sport in Montana.

    BILLINGS - For years, gymnastics was a thriving sport in Montana.

  • Q2 Rewind: A Billings Skyview stunner

    Q2 Rewind: A Billings Skyview stunner

    Tuesday, March 6 2018 5:58 AM EST2018-03-06 10:58:24 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News

    BILLINGS -  Thirty years ago, Billings Skyview was a new school in search of its first boys basketball win in AA play.

    BILLINGS -  Thirty years ago, Billings Skyview was a new school in search of its first boys basketball win in AA play.

  • Q2 Rewind: Decades of Montana hospitality for sitting presidents

    Feb 19, 2018 07:52 PM2018-02-20 00:52:00 GMT
    President George W. Bush visited Billings in 2001. Q2 NewsPresident George W. Bush visited Billings in 2001. Q2 News

    BILLINGS - Presidents Day makes for a good time to reflect on presidential visits to the Magic City. 

    BILLINGS - Presidents Day makes for a good time to reflect on presidential visits to the Magic City. 

  • Q2 Rewind: In 1989, Billings mourns the loss of a fallen police officer

    Q2 Rewind: In 1989, Billings mourns the loss of a fallen police officer

    Feb 12, 2018 06:37 PM2018-02-12 23:37:00 GMT
    Alex Mavity was a Billings police detective shot and killed in the line of duty in 1989. Q2 News photo.Alex Mavity was a Billings police detective shot and killed in the line of duty in 1989. Q2 News photo.

    In February 1989, the Billings Police Department suffered a loss still felt deeply on the force today. 

    In February 1989, the Billings Police Department suffered a loss still felt deeply on the force today. 

  • Q2 Rewind: City Administrator Al Thelen says goodbye to Billings in 1985

    Feb 05, 2018 07:16 PM2018-02-06 00:16:00 GMT

    BILLINGS - City Administrator Al Thelen steered Billings through a remarkable growth spurt in the early 1980s. 

    BILLINGS - City Administrator Al Thelen steered Billings through a remarkable growth spurt in the early 1980s. 

  • Q2 Rewind: Colstrip at a crossroads — the building of Units 3 and 4

    Monday, January 29 2018 11:56 PM EST2018-01-30 04:56:53 GMT
    MTN NewsMTN News

    Today, the four smokestacks rising above the town of Colstrip are a recognizable fixture on the Eastern Montana landscape. But through a decade of planning and building the latter two generating stations, it was long unclear if Colstrip units 3 and 4 would ever be built. 

    Today, the four smokestacks rising above the town of Colstrip are a recognizable fixture on the Eastern Montana landscape. But through a decade of planning and building the latter two generating stations, it was long unclear if Colstrip units 3 and 4 would ever be built. 

  • Q2 Rewind: Touring the St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing in Billings

    Q2 Rewind: Touring the St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing in Billings

    Jan 22, 2018 07:45 PM2018-01-23 00:45:00 GMT

    In 1964, the St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing saw it's biggest bump in enrollment in years.

    In 1964, the St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing saw it's biggest bump in enrollment in years.

  • Q2 Rewind: Polar Bear Classic

    Q2 Rewind: Polar Bear Classic

    Saturday, January 6 2018 10:20 AM EST2018-01-06 15:20:06 GMT

    Celebrating traditions is a big part of ringing in the New Year. For this week's edition of Q2 Rewind, we look back at one tradition that has brought countless golfers out to Lake Hills Golf Course on New Years Day, whether the sun is shining or the snow is blowing.

    Celebrating traditions is a big part of ringing in the New Year. For this week's edition of Q2 Rewind, we look back at one tradition that has brought countless golfers out to Lake Hills Golf Course on New Years Day, whether the sun is shining or the snow is blowing.

  • Q2 Rewind: The Fuller family lights up Billings during the holidays

    Q2 Rewind: The Fuller family lights up Billings during the holidays

    Sunday, December 31 2017 1:18 AM EST2017-12-31 06:18:01 GMT
    Q2 news photoQ2 news photo

    BILLINGS - For years, Dean and Jan Fuller's home at the corner of 24th Street West and Colton Avenue was a popular stop for holiday revelers looking for the best light displays in town.

    BILLINGS - For years, Dean and Jan Fuller's home at the corner of 24th Street West and Colton Avenue was a popular stop for holiday revelers looking for the best light displays in town.

  • Q2 Rewind: Looking back at the Cessna Jet that crashed into a downtown Billings warehouse

    Saturday, December 23 2017 9:02 PM EST2017-12-24 02:02:00 GMT

    BILLINGS - Twenty-five years ago today a Cessna Citation jet got caught in the jet wash of a larger aircraft and plummeted into a School District 2 warehouse in Billings.

    BILLINGS - Twenty-five years ago today a Cessna Citation jet got caught in the jet wash of a larger aircraft and plummeted into a School District 2 warehouse in Billings.

  • Q2 Rewind: Sheriff Johnny France Finds the Mountain Men

    Q2 Rewind: Sheriff Johnny France Finds the Mountain Men

    Monday, December 11 2017 8:43 PM EST2017-12-12 01:43:58 GMT

    It was a cold Montana December in 1984 when Madison County Sheriff Johnny France discovered the hidden camp of the father-son fugitives known as the Mountain Men, wanted for the kidnapping of Olympian Kari Swenson and the killing of her rescuer.

    It was a cold Montana December in 1984 when Madison County Sheriff Johnny France discovered the hidden camp of the father-son fugitives known as the Mountain Men, wanted for the kidnapping of Olympian Kari Swenson and the killing of her rescuer.

  • Q2 Rewind: Ed Chlapowski, Pearl Harbor Survivor

    Q2 Rewind: Ed Chlapowski, Pearl Harbor Survivor

    Saturday, December 9 2017 7:27 PM EST2017-12-10 00:27:06 GMT

    Navy radio operator Ed Chlapowski was laid to rest in 2011, but his legacy lives on.

    Navy radio operator Ed Chlapowski was laid to rest in 2011, but his legacy lives on.

  • Q2 Rewind: Red Lodge Mountain

    Q2 Rewind: Red Lodge Mountain

    Saturday, December 2 2017 8:01 PM EST2017-12-03 01:01:08 GMT

    Red Lodge Mountain revved up its chairlifts Friday, following its tradition of opening up on the day after Thanksgiving.

    Red Lodge Mountain revved up its chairlifts Friday, following its tradition of opening up on the day after Thanksgiving.

  • Q2 Rewind: CBS Fall Promotion 1962-1963

    Q2 Rewind: CBS Fall Promotion 1962-1963

    Saturday, November 25 2017 8:26 PM EST2017-11-26 01:26:03 GMT

    Q2 has carried CBS programming since the station first went on the air in 1953. In a CBS promo reel from the fall of 1962, Dragnet's Jack Webb tells CBS viewers what to expect from new and continuing shows on CBS that fall — featuring television legends like Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Red Skelton, Dennis the Menace, Gunsmoke, Rawhide, Mr. Ed, and more. The list of programming seems like a veritable who's who of stars from Television's Golden Era. That fall also gave viewers ...

    Q2 has carried CBS programming since the station first went on the air in 1953. In a CBS promo reel from the fall of 1962, Dragnet's Jack Webb tells CBS viewers what to expect from new and continuing shows on CBS that fall — featuring television legends like Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Red Skelton, Dennis the Menace, Gunsmoke, Rawhide, Mr. Ed, and more. The list of programming seems like a veritable who's who of stars from Television's Golden Era. That fall also gave viewers ...

  • Q2 Rewind: John F. Kennedy lands in Billings

    Q2 Rewind: John F. Kennedy lands in Billings

    Saturday, November 18 2017 8:12 PM EST2017-11-19 01:12:08 GMT

    Just two months before President John F. Kennedy was shot, he stopped in Billings during a whirlwind tour to 11 western states.

    Just two months before President John F. Kennedy was shot, he stopped in Billings during a whirlwind tour to 11 western states.

  • Q2 Rewind: Montana's Great Centennial Cattle Drive of 1989

    Q2 Rewind: Montana's Great Centennial Cattle Drive of 1989

    Thursday, November 9 2017 8:28 PM EST2017-11-10 01:28:14 GMT

    By all accounts, the idea was crazy: a cattle drive just like the Old West, a wagon train as far as the eye could see, families and strangers from 56 counties and beyond banding together, sleeping on hard ground and braving the elements to experience the sort of lifestyle their forebears worked hard to leave behind.

    By all accounts, the idea was crazy: a cattle drive just like the Old West, a wagon train as far as the eye could see, families and strangers from 56 counties and beyond banding together, sleeping on hard ground and braving the elements to experience the sort of lifestyle their forebears worked hard to leave behind.

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