In the past few years, has public safety in Billings, increased, decreased or stayed the same?
The Big Huddle leadership appreciates the Gazette editorial board’s attention (Aug. 19) to the idea of returning football to Montana State University Billings. We couldn’t agree more that “ the university continues to define itself and change its status as a well-kept secret university — the…
It’s a rare and wonderful city project that enhances flood prevention, water quality, fishing and trails. Such are the benefits of the Shiloh Conservation Area.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- University of Jamestown kicker Grant Linde of Billings has been chosen as the special teams player of the week in the North Star Athletic Association.
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.
Man admits threatening wife with AR-15, exposing children to meth
Every two years, Yellowstone County voters choose one commissioner to serve a six-year term on the three-member commission. Being commissioner in Montana’s most populous county is a big job with a relatively long term and the power of being one of three decision makers.
Two national chains are planning expansions in Billings.
My visions and priorities for Yellowstone County are as follows:
In Lockwood, it's not practical to lower speed limits.
Alan King, longtime cross country coach at Rocky Mountain College, has been hired as the new cross country and track and field coach at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Mo.
The Billings City Council voted 9-1 on a scaled-back plan for 2014-15 park maintenance district projects.
The burgeoning number of calls to the Billings Police Department puts pressure on the 911 Center at Fire Station No. 1. Dispatchers working 24/7 are the unsung heroes of our community’s struggle to maintain the public safety services people expect from Montana’s largest city.
Just two years ago, Anvil Corp. was a sleepy little engineering firm on the Billings West End that focused on design for the oil and gas industry in Yellowstone County.
When Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College collide on Saturday afternoon in Billings, it will be more than a Frontier Conference football showdown.
The south side of the new Billings Public Library appeared last week as the skeleton of the old library disappeared.
Gravesite defaced. Vandals armed with fluorescent orange spray paint marked up the rim top grave of Luther “Yellowstone” Kelly, a U.S. Army scout, Tuesday night. Removing paint from the grave and nearby rocks will be a time-consuming job. Anyone with information about this crime on city par…
Swings and slides, once considered staples of childhood play, were extracted Thursday from the Head Start Inc., making way for a natural playground designed to stimulate creativity.
Let’s do the math on meth trafficking.