Read about forty of the best and brightest local business professionals under 40 years of age in this year's 40 Under Forty.
Back in 2000, Nic Eames took a part-time job with Subway, the national sandwich company, as a way to earn extra money and support his newborn daughter.
WILMINGTON, N.Y. (AP) — When Aaron Kellett peers out the window of his office at Whiteface Mountain, these days he's usually smiling.
Andy Austin lives out of his van most of the time. But don’t get the idea that he has suddenly abandoned his friends and family and gone off the deep end, adopting the lifestyle of a reclusive hermit.
About 10 years ago, during a Father’s Day trip to East Rosebud Lake, Dennis Breitenstein announced he was thinking about retiring. His son Wiley asked immediately about what he planned to do with his business, Denny’s Electric.
As director of alumni relations at Montana State University Billings, Sarah Brockel interacts with many generations of graduates.
When Rob Carpenter got the itch to try motorcycle racing, he built up a nice bike and got ready to roll. Unfortunately, somebody stole the motorcycle on the night before he was scheduled to enter his first race.
Yellowstone County is open for business.
Back in 2005, Theresa Cremer was part of a scrappy Montana State University Billings softball team that knocked off two top seeds on the way to a third-place finish in the NCAA Division II West Regional softball tournament. It was a huge accomplishment for a team that was in just its fifth season.
Tina Erhardt witnessed both the heartbreak and the promise of cancer treatment when her father was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in 2008.