This column made its debut almost 13 years ago, on the first Sunday of the year 2000.
The story we carried last week about how animals are treated at the circus was interesting, but I couldn't help wondering: What did Duchess think?
Rarely in the history of the American republic have beer and junk food played such an important role in a presidential election.
It occurred to me the other day that I’m not getting any younger.
We owe Clint Eastwood a big thank-you.
Billings may be a fairly boring name, but at least it’s not Boring.
Dear Ed: I know it’s illegal to use a cellphone while driving your car in Billings, but is it legal to do so if you’re sitting there waiting f…
Regardless of what happens to Assistant Fire Chief Frank Odermann, I have a feeling that the “bad bus” employed by Fire Chief Paul Dextras wil…
Welcome to our continuing live coverage of the Billings Olympics.
Traffic studies show that more than 80,000 motorists pass through the intersection of King Avenue West and South 24th Street West on an average day.
Most summers seem to fly past way too quickly.
The biggest news of the week, in this universe or any other, was that scientists think they may have found the elusive particle that gives oth…
I shouldn’t beat a dead outhouse, but I can’t resist.
Vennie Eline White already knew what an interesting, intelligent man her brother was.
I’m sorry I didn’t get over to Miles City on Saturday for the third annual Mosquito Festival.
If you think the 2012 presidential election is shaping up to be a lively one, you should have been around in 1912.
Not too long ago, a defendant came into Yellowstone County Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez’s courtroom to enter a plea to charges of aggr…
Montanans apparently have been jaded by years and years of outlandish homegrown news stories.
Dear Ed: I was just reading a pamphlet called "How a bill becomes law." It was fascinating, but also quite complicated, with arrows winding ar…
The Associated Press, normally only the conveyor of news, made headlines itself earlier this month.
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