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Have You Heard: Chipotle restaurant nears opening date

Have You Heard: Chipotle restaurant nears opening date

Fans of thick burritos and sustainable ingredients take note: Chipotle Mexican Grill is planning to open its new Billings restaurant in April.

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Have You Heard: Great Harvest Bread opening second Billings shop

Have You Heard: Great Harvest Bread opening second Billings shop

Great Harvest Bread Co. will open a second Billings store this summer in a new building in a growing part of town.

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Have You Heard: New kitchen, bakery a bright spot in downtown Laurel

Have You Heard: New kitchen, bakery a bright spot in downtown Laurel

Donna Godwin was looking for a place to make her jams and jellies and found an opportunity to inject new life into downtown Laurel.

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Have You Heard: Cajun Phatty's moves into permanent spot; Vann's closes

Have You Heard: Cajun Phatty's moves into permanent spot; Vann's closes

A popular Billings food truck has found a permanent home.

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Have You Heard: Segway dealer rolls into Billings

Spencer Stone is enjoying this segue into his new business.

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Have You Heard: Fitness center on West End to key on classes, training

Zac Linton and Kody Christensen are fitness fanatics who are offering a change from the weights and bars of the traditional gym.

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Have You Heard: Burger Dive special goes national

Have You Heard: Burger Dive special goes national

One of Burger Dive owner Brad Halsten's top creations is on sale nationwide.

November 23, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Have You Heard: Mother, daughter team up at Meow Salon downtown

At Meow Salon and Boutique in downtown Billings, the window shopping comes free with the haircut.

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Have you heard: Big Sky Blue gallery moving to Bridger

Big Sky Blue Gallery is leaving Billings so that owner Dana Zier can return to her family’s roots.

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Have You Heard: Montana 9th poorest state, study says

A new survey shows that Montanans’ income and individual wealth are not keeping up with the state’s fast economic growth.

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From the Editor: Spending less on gas? Here's what to do with the windfall

The U.S. Energy Information Agency predicts the average American family will save about $750 this year because gas prices have tumbled below $2 per gallon.

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Big Sky Economic Development: Interested in doing business with the government? Follow these tips

Big Sky Economic Development: Interested in doing business with the government? Follow these tips

Imagine that you are a government buyer and your job is to find responsible, reliable contractors to meet your agency’s need for products or services. You are looking for outstanding companies that are capable of providing the “best value” to the government. Where do you find such companies?

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Sales Moves: Follow these tips for responding to customers' barriers

How do you respond to your customer’s words and barriers?

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Legal Briefing: Discrimination claims could apply to commercial property cases

Legal Briefing: Discrimination claims could apply to commercial property cases

In a case of first impression, the Montana Supreme Court determined that a commercial tenant could prevail against a landlord on a claim of sexual harassment. In Bates v. Neva, 2014 MT 336, a commercial tenant brought an action against her landlord claiming that the landlord stopped making necessary repairs to the building when the tenant refused his sexual advances. Originally, a hearing officer denied the tenant’s claim that the landlord’s conduct violated the Montana Human Rights Act, but the Human Rights Commission reversed. When the landlord petitioned for judicial review to the local district court, the court vacated the commission's decision and reinstated the hearing officer's decision. Finally, the tenant appealed to the Supreme Court.

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Better Business: Don't fall for scammers' use of threats, intimidation

Recently, a complaint came in from a small-business owner that someone from Google had called threatening to remove his business from all searches if he didn’t call an account representative right away. The business owner reported the strange call and the Better Business Bureau investigated. When calling the given phone number, we didn’t reach a live person. Instead we were put on hold with a recording that stated the next representative would answer shortly and to have our information ready, including payment method. We never got to talk to a “representative” because after about 15 minutes on hold our call was dropped. As it turns out that the phone number didn’t belong to Google.

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Travel and Leisure: For peace of mind, travel insurance can be a good idea

In today's travel environment it's increasingly important to protect yourself and your travel investment with a travel insurance policy. For a true sense of security, a comprehensive policy from a reputable, independent travel insurance company is paramount.

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Monthly Features

Industrial Park could mean new growth for Lockwood

Industrial Park could mean new growth for Lockwood

Two local firms hope to spur job opportunities in the Lockwood area by developing an industrial park that would include a transloading facility designed to boost transportation efficiency.

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Is Lockwood ready for TEDD?

Is Lockwood ready for TEDD?

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Bankruptecies

Billings area petitions filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Nov. 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014. Addresses are in Billings unless otherwise noted.

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