With low unemployment, falling fuel prices, and growing consumer demand, the greater Billings area and most of Eastern Montana have been enjoying a good run, experts say.
Rap, classic rock, experimental rock and bluegrass. It’s all been added to the calendar at the new Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. North, in downtown Billings.
Senior High saved $11,132 in October, making it one of four Billings schools to post more than 40 percent savings on utility bills that month. Altogether, Billings Public Schools saved more than $900,000 in the 12 months ending in October.
This is one of those things that hurts to write.
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.
Gentlemen, please loosen your bolo ties.
Montana State University Billings’ student body is shrinking.
The owner of the Buffalo Wild Wings franchises in Montana is planning to bring a new restaurant chain into the state, including a shop in Billings.
With Thanksgiving over, the staff at the Northern Hotel are preparing for their next big rush: company holiday parties.
Montana’s first free-standing Popeyes chicken restaurant will open next spring on Billings South Side, according to owners Jan and Dennis Rehberg.
Billings Clinic is holding a free informational program called “Nine things you need to know about health insurance.” A panel including Dr. Heidi Duncan, physician director of health policy; Becky Kelly, director of payer relations; and Jan Hoy, payer relations associate, will present and an…
After two years on Billings West End, Time Square Furniture and Mattress is preparing to get a little more comfortable at Shiloh Crossing.
A bald eagle watches along the Yellowstone River in Billings on Saturday.
Steam rises from the Phillips 66 refinery and the PPL Corette power plant as cold and snow return to Billings on Saturday.
A weathered snowman stands in Riverfront Park in Billings on Saturday.
Geese fly above the Yellowstone River in Billings on Saturday.
Cars exhaust steams along King Ave. W. in Billings on Saturday.
Water streams through an old ice jam on the Yellowstone River near Duck Creek on Saturday.
Two horses are coated with snow in the Billings Heights on Saturday.
Two original Billings theater productions have become the centerpiece of “Let’s Talk Billings,” a suicide prevention campaign that uses media and arts workshops to reach teenagers.