It’s taken a village to construct a new home for Ken and Heydi Powers and their two children, and it took a small army Friday to move the home to its new location.
School District 2 board trustee Lindy Graves announced his resignation Monday morning as he prepares to take a new job in South Dakota.
Michelle Jackson says she enjoys the fast pace of working for a technology company.
Hundreds of volunteers from 40 local businesses and organizations have been going to school. Both the volunteers and the students have learned a lot.
POWELL — A severed fiber optic line knocked out cellphone, landline phone and Internet service for many Powell and Cody residents Monday.
You either hit it off with the high school crowd or you close.
CASPER, Wyo. — Telephone and Internet service for CenturyLink customers was restored in a strip of northern Wyoming after being down for several hours Friday.
HELENA — A phone book company has settled a lawsuit over its placement of a Montana restaurant in the "Animal Carcass Removal" section of its yellow pages, a listing that the restaurant owner says cost him customers and made him the butt of a Jay Leno joke.
On a bright November morning, sunshine streamed into Deanna O’Neil’s fourth-grade classroom at Washington Elementary. Every student was working independently, quietly studying math on a Mac Book Pro laptop with a headset.
DENVER — CenturyLink and the union representing 13,000 workers in 13 states in the West and Midwest have failed to reach a contract agreement, but have signed onto a day-to-day extension of the expired pact.
Federal officials say telecommunications giant CenturyLink, Inc. is getting $1.9 million to provide rural broadband Internet service in rural areas of Montana.
The Montana Department of Revenue is appealing a decision that Bresnan Communications is more a cable company than a telecommunications company and therefore should pay lower property taxes.
The nearly 300 students who attend Washington Elementary gathered in the gym Monday morning with little idea why they were there.
As CenturyLink completed the acquisition of Qwest Communications about a year ago, the Louisiana-based telecommunications company began looking for a new location for its regional headquarters serving Montana and Wyoming.
Last February, Chris Valentine’s family in Great Britain had to call her hillside home near Birney almost a dozen times before they could reach her.
By summer’s start, Billings will have two AutoZone Auto Parts stores.
WEST GLACIER — Glacier National Park officials say a telecommunications company is proposing to build an 80-foot tall telecommunications tower in the park's St. Mary administrative area.
A CenturyLink float, left, proceeds on Third Avenue North on Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 during the annual Holiday Parade in downtown Billings.
Job seekers will be able to meet with prospective employers at the TechExpo at Montana State University Billings College of Technology from 1 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday.