Altana Federal Credit Union
Billings-area banks and credit unions are sending thousands of new credit and debit cards to customers this month following data breaches at Home Depot and Albertsons.
A Billings woman who earlier admitted forging her husband’s name to get a bank loan withdrew her guilty plea on Monday after the judge rejected a plea agreement.
Hundreds of volunteers from 40 local businesses and organizations have been going to school. Both the volunteers and the students have learned a lot.
Wednesday was already an especially busy day for Mary Enright – even before she was surprised with a Golden Apple Award.
Basic tax preparations and e-filing for people who made $50,000 or less in 2011 is being offered free of charge through the IRS-sponsored VITA program at seven locations in Yellowstone County.
One year after Roxie Brenner bought her husband the 2002 Ford F-250 with oversized tires that he coveted, she went down to renew the license at the Yellowstone County Courthouse.
Heidi Knudson, business development officer for Altana Federal Credit Union reads to children at the summer's first Reading Rocks program at North Park on Monday
Heidi Knudson, business development officer for Altana Federal Credit Union, reads to children at the summer’s first Reading Rocks program at North Park on Monday. A program also took place at Crow Arrowhead Park in the Heights. Readers will be at those two parks each Monday through July 28…
Rhonda Diefenderfer, president/CEO of Altana Federal Credit Union, was recently named the 2011 Montana Credit Union Professional of the Year at the State Annual Convention Awards Banquet held in Missoula.
When Billings businesses go to school, the children of our community learn great things:
The Boys & Girls Club’s 40th Anniversary Be Great Dinner & Auction, a benefit for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County, will be Friday, March 11, at the Crowne Plaza in Billings. A social hour and silent auction begins at 6 p.m., followed by the Gordon L. Eldredge dinner …
Heidi Knudson, of Altana Federal Credit Union, teaches a business class called Biz Kids at the Boys & Girls Club Wednesday. The students were playing a game of bingo with answers to net and gross profit questions.