Well Folks, with YCN Sports in our fourth year broadcasting games for the schools of Shepherd, Huntley Project and now Skyview, we’ve come a long way since our first broadcast in 2019! Can you believe it’s been that long with…
Category: Yellowstone County
Town Pump Offers LibraryGrants to ‘Keep Kids Reading’
by Staff The Town Pump Charitable Foundation announced Feb. 27 it is offering $1,000 grants to public libraries in Montana to help fund summer youth-reading programs.
Nearly 60 Volunteers Clean Up Pesky Plants at Two Moon Park
by Michael J. Marino A group of local volunteers called the “Burning Buckthorns” spent Saturday, Feb. 4 cleaning up Two Moon Park by removing and burning nuisance plant species along the Yellowstone River.
Bill Proposes $50k Reward for Informants in Drug Trafficking Cases
by Michael J. Marino Bill No. LC018, sponsored by Brad Molnar (R-Laurel), proposes to pay a $50,000 reward to anyone “who furnishes information to a law enforcement officer leading to a conviction,” of various crimes like drug trafficking and human…
ExxonMobil in Lockwood Sells to Par Pacific
by Evelyn Pyburn ExxonMobil has sold its 63,000 bpd Billings Refinery to Par Pacific Holdings, Inc. in a $310 million sale that included associated marketing and logistics assets from ExxonMobil Corporation and two of its subsidiaries.
Troy Charbonneau Retires, Receives National Recognition
On Tuesday, Yellowstone County Sheriff Detective Troy Charbonneau was recognized during the county commissioners’ regular board meeting, for 20 years of service and congratulated upon his retirement as a member of the Sheriff’s department.
Billings Police Department Expands Trespassing Enforcement Program
by Michael J. Marino Billings Police Department (BPD) announced on Sept. 8 that they are expanding their program to deter trespassing to include all businesses in the city limits.