HELENA (AP) - As roads were reopened and restrictions lifted, people in parts of Montana were digging out Sunday from deep snow as the National Weather Service predicted more was on the way.
On Saturday, travelers in parts of the state were stranded after some highways, including Interstate 90 east of Billings, were closed.
The Midland Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross provided shelter for about 300 people in Hardin and around 75 in Billings, said Linda Schicktanz, disaster services director. With evening and morning feedings, about 400 meals were served, she said.
The Red Cross was...