Lessons From the Neighborhood: Look For the Helpers
In this article, the words of Mr. Rogers come to life in a scary experience for one Billings family. Hear how the selfless action of one anonymous Good Samaritan made all the difference for a teenage driver and his mom caught off guard in an accident.
The Stroopwafel Scoop: Continuing the Legacy
Caramel Cookie Waffles café and cookies have long been a Billings staple. After a change in ownership with the retirement of its wonderful founders, the legacy of this hidden gem continues, and it’s all thanks to the dedicated staff and commitment to its tradition of consistency and quality.
Amidst Billings’ growth over the past few decades, several local business owners are dedicated to preserving the rich nostalgia and success of iconic establishments in Billings.
By Jessica Renstrom
From Victim to Advocate: Janisha's New Beginning
If you were to pick a meth addict/trafficking survivor out of a lineup, you probably wouldn’t choose Janisha. She was raised in a middle-class family in Billings and graduated from Senior High. However, her life quickly spiraled when at 14 she began experimenting with drugs. By 19, she was trafficked by a local trafficker here in Billings. Click on the link to read how Janisha bravely moved from trafficking victim to a trafficking advocate.
A Love Letter to Teachers: Teacher Appreciation All Year Long
Dear Teachers: This is us wishing you a school year filled with growth, grace, and learning. May your students be sparkling sponges of learning readiness, your administrators offer the support you need, and your students’ parents be the perfect partner in this year’s educational adventures.
Empowering Montana Women: The 8th Annual Montana Women's Leadership Conference on International Women's Day
On March 8, 2024, the Junior League of Billings proudly presents the 8th Annual Montana Women's Leadership Conference, an empowering event designed to inspire and empower women across the state.