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County to consider beer price increase at MetraPark

County to consider beer price increase at MetraPark

The cost of a beer at MetraPark could increase by $1 to help attract more entertainment under a proposal offered by MetraPark’s advisory board.

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Yellowstone County looking into paid parking at Metra

Yellowstone County looking into paid parking at Metra

There could be some relief to overcrowded parking at MetraPark by the end of summer. However, if Yellowstone County Commissioners approve the plan, those wishing for access will have to pay for the privilege.

March 27, 2013 10:00 pm Photos

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Bakken boost and healthy ag prices keep region's economy afloat

Bakken boost and healthy ag prices keep region's economy afloat

The Bakken oil boom was only one undercurrent pulling the Billings economy into stronger territory during 2012.

December 30, 2012 12:10 am Photos

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Brian Cebull, G2G founder

Brian Cebull, G2G founder

G2G co-founder Brian Cebull of Billings stands by the new company’s trailer containing equipment to capture wasted natural gases being flared from a North Dakota oil well. G2G liquefies a majority of the gases emitted during oil production and converts them into a product.

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Brian Cebull

Brian Cebull

G2G co-founder Brian Cebull of Billings stands by the new company's trailer containing equipment to capture wasted natural gases being flared from a North Dakota oil well. G2G liquefies a majority of the gases emitted during oil production and converts them into a product.

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Montanans create company to capture, sell excess Bakken gas

Montanans create company to capture, sell excess Bakken gas

The unprecedented oil-and-gas boom in the Bakken and Three Forks shale underlying western North Dakota and Eastern Montana is creating tremendous wealth for some and an unprecedented number of jobs.

June 10, 2012 12:10 am Photos

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Guest Opinion: Cap-and-trade bill would cost Montana jobs

I am a Montana native, have lived in Billings most of my life and have worked for 15 years in the oil and natural gas industry. I am privileged to be able to raise my family in Montana. There are another 4,500 families like mine in Montana who make their living directly from the petroleum industry.

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