Linda Dismore “Diz” Swift, a former Chevron scientist and executive, told the League of Women Voters of Billings on Friday that they can lend a hand to help limit the effects of climate change.
Born in Sheridan, Wyo., Feb. 16, 1929, William James Brown, Jr. was the only son of William J. and Elizabeth Brown who ranched east of Buffalo. He and his sister Betty Jean were virtually the only students in a one-room school for eight years, until high school in Sheridan, where Bill was a…
Bill Brown, Jr.
Bill Brown is president of Billings-based Energy Laboratories, the company performing the soil and water sample testing from the ExxonMobil oil spill.
Bill Brown is president of Energy Laboratories of Billings. The company is is testing soil and water samples from the ExxonMobil oil spill as well as samples from its regular clients.
The estimated 600 workers who have arrived in Billings to help clean up oil from the ExxonMobil spill into the Yellowstone River are snapping up hotel rooms, irrigation boots, waders, clothing, life vests, GPS tracking devices, mosquito repellent, snake gaiters, burgers and beer.
OBERLIN, Kan. — An estimated 1,200 dogs at a Kansas kennel were euthanized after an outbreak in Wyoming of the highly contagious disease distemper was linked to the large-scale breeding operation.