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MontanaFair wrap up

MontanaFair is over and as MetraPark clears out all equipment and rides, general manager Bill Dutcher said we've had a successful week and we couldn't have done it without all the engineers and employees on staff. ...read more

Deer across Montana largely unscathed by harsh winter

HELENA — Wildlife officials say deer populations across much of Montana were largely unscathed by the brutal winter. ...read more

Puppy pool party celebrates final day of Rose Park season

Over 150 dogs and their owners attended "Dog Days of Summer" at Rose Park Pool on Sunday. ...read more

Light haze expected in Billings during eclipse

While many Western Montanans may have their views of Monday's solar eclipse partially obscured by the dense wildfire smoke blanketing the region, the forecast for Billings remains relatively clear. ...read more

Pet of the Week: Lilo

Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter has 6 month old, tan and white Guinea Pig available for adoption. ...read more

4-H kids say goodbye to their animals

Over the last week, KULR 8 introduced you to some amazing 4-H kids. Now, those kids who have proudly shown their animals, have to part with them. ...read more

Filling firefighters' boots for a cause

Billings firefighters and IAFF local 521 have partnered with the muscular dystrophy association for their annual fill the boot campaign. ...read more

Eclipse smarts: Test your knowledge, learn fun facts

For the first time in nearly 100 years, the United States will experience a total solar eclipse that will pass through several states from the Pacific to the Atlantic. Here's a quiz to test and expand your knowledge about solar… ...read more

Laurel run promotes mental health, suicide prevention — and solidarity

More than 800 people ran or walked the streets of Laurel on Saturday morning to help raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health during the second annual Sam's Run. ...read more

Smoke in Billings to continue off-and-on while westerly winds persist

Driven by westerly winds and fueled by Western Montana wildfires producing dense plumes of smoke, smoke that has settled over Billings in recent days will likely continue to be an intermittent issue as the summer winds on, according to the… ...read more

Sunny skies, hot temps through the weekend

Billings thermometers will once again touch near 90 degrees Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service said. ...read more

Bowling Green kicker drills 53-yard field goal to earn scholarship

An Ohio college football player kicked his way onto a full ride scholarship. Bowling Green State University sophomore Jake Suder was set to play this upcoming football season without a scholarship. Head coach Mike Jinks said he could earn one if he made a 53-yard field goal. Suder drilled it through the uprights, earning a full ride scholarship for the rest of his time at school. In 2016, Suder was the team's primary kicker, making ...read more

Crow Tribe members celebrate 99th Crow Fair

"Crow tradition and our family is all we got," said event organizer Seth Whiteclay. ...read more

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