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Billings is wooing the Big Sky Conference. Will the league succumb to its advances?
The Montana Legislature has convened in Helena for its once-in-two-years, 90-day work session.
The upcoming state Legislature will be the first trip to Helena for Vu Pham, and he says he’s excited.
On the first day of 2015, The Billings Gazette looks ahead with ideas for building our communities and our state. Continuing a practice started several years ago, the editorial board presents a list of five areas in which positive change is needed and achievable in 2015. The agenda items are…
Tasked with figuring out how, where and when Billings will grow during the coming years, Candi Millar is seeking help — from up to 109,058 of her fellow Billings residents.
At Trailhead Spirits in downtown Billings, owner Casey McGowan is selling the Montana brand as much as his own products. So it’s worth jacking up his prices if the money comes back to his community.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce has caught a pretty big fish for its annual breakfast next spring.
Citing member support, the Billings Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday its top legislative priority is supporting a local option for tax authority.
With best wishes from the former ownership, the two new owners of the Billings Mustangs said hello to Dehler Park and the Magic City on Friday afternoon during a press conference held, appropriately enough, in the Mustangs’ clubhouse.
Among nearly 1,200 Billings Chamber of Commerce members, 88 percent are small businesses.
In an election with 35,191 votes cast, the Billings public safety levy fell 1,027 votes short on Tuesday.
Officials expressed some surprise and plenty of disappointment that voters narrowly turned down the Billings public safety levy Tuesday.
In the past few years, has public safety in Billings, increased, decreased or stayed the same?
It is all about confidence. Get stuff done.
Western Heritage Center Executive Director Julie Dial is fond of this homespun wisdom: You can’t wring your hands and roll up your sleeves at the same time.
Starting at the bottom and clawing your way to the top of the corporate ladder worked for baby boomers and their parents.
If Yellowstone Kelly is turning over in his grave, it’s likely he now has an orange backside.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce and its board of directors have announced their endorsement of the 2014 public safety levy, which voters will decide on in the Nov. 4 election.
The billowing e-cigarette industry has expanded into Billings Heights.
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