Four downtown Billings businesses were without power for about an hour Saturday night when a wind storm blew through the area, creating gusts up to 53 mph.
Montana voters are electing all 100 members of the state House of Representatives and half of the 50-member state Senate. Most of those races will receive relatively little media attention in an election season where open U.S. Senate and U.S. House seats are on the ballot.
Reporter Derek Brouwer will probably kill me for using this picture.
U.S. Senate candidates Steve Daines and Amanda Curtis have agreed to a debate in Billings on Oct. 20.
HELENA — Just eight weeks before the election, an Oct. 4 debate between Montana’s U.S. House candidates is the only debate scheduled for any candidates in state congressional races — but another one appears likely to happen.
Near the bottom left corner of page C2, Sunday’s Billings Gazette briefly reported a preventable death.
You can tell it’s election season. The political ads are flying, the campaign mailers are being delivered, and unfortunately, we have seen the level of rhetoric and political posturing increase as Election Day draws near, which is why I just wanted to take a moment to set the record straight…
Billings Gazette editor Darrell Ehrlick accepts Montana governor Steve Bullock's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and allows the governor to dump ice water on his head.
It was just a few weeks ago that I sat in a room with many other business owners in our community at a special-invite breakout session from the Big Sky Economic Development. Steve Arveschoug, executive director, asked each business leader to share their suggestions of what they thought the B…
The major party candidates for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to get elected. Much more is being spent on their behalf by PACs and parties. All of that money goes to carefully presenting the candidate as he wants to be seen in ads, news releases …
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs owes Ed Saunders a swift and sincere apology.
For the first time in decades, candidates for Montana’s lone congressional seat won’t debate in Billings.
A man who helps disabled veterans with transportation to Montana’s VA facilities has been threatened with a $50 fine for appearing in a photo with a newspaper article critical of the new West End VA clinic.
As a nurse at Billings Clinic and member of our contract negotiating team, I found a number of objectionable points in the Aug. 14 Billings Gazette editorial “Nurses contract dispute raises questions,” but two insinuations need to be addressed directly.
A little more than a month ago, Gazette institution and longtime cooking columnist Joyce Michels announced she was hanging up the skillet and retiring after decades of hunting down recipes and pleasing picky readers’ palates.
Granted, many of the memorable headlines recently have painted a disturbing picture of Billings.
Imagine my surprise when I learned that Fox News reported The Billings Gazette had pulled its 2008 endorsement of Barack Obama.
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The natural food wars are underway in Billings, and they’re playing out on the front doorstep of Lucky’s Market.