Jordan Schmitt stood face-to-face on Tuesday with Scott DuPuis, who lost his brother to a DUI crash in 2009.
A program that secures personal credit cards for criminal offenders in Billings recently passed its one-year mark, with those involved saying it paves the way for more successful re-entry.
With temperatures in the mid-40s and little wind, Saturday’s fundraiser for Montana Special Olympics might have been called the slightly-more-bearable Polar Plunge.
Of the 40 trees set to be part of the 2017 Festival of Trees at the MetraPark Expo Center this weekend, one had its beginnings at the Passages correctional facility for women.
If clothes help make the man, dozens of Billings job-seekers will stride confidently into their next interview after Thursday’s Suited for Success event.