Ugly, hateful things stirred in Billings during 1993.
A national conference slated for next weekend is putting the focus back on what happened in Billings 20 years ago.
Eunice Terry made a decision more than 50 years ago that would impact the lives of thousands of people.
The steering committee raising money for the Not In Our Town national leadership gathering in June has withdrawn the $25,000 funding request it made to the Billings City Council last month.
I was impressed, yet disturbed, about the March 18 article entitled “Not In Our Town request sparks ire.” The article spoke about the March 17 Billings City Council meeting where Mayor Tom Hanel announced a non-discrimination ordinance that has not been submitted to the council would not be …
A $25,000 funding request by a Not in Our Town steering committee — asking Billings taxpayers to help pay for a national gathering in Billings in June — is being met with mixed reaction by City Council members.
Residents jammed city council chambers Monday to discuss an item that wasn’t even on the agenda for Monday’s Billings City Council work session.
Chuck Tooley, a former mayor of Billings, talks about the Not In Our Town movement during a class at West High as teacher Bruce Wendt, left, and Margie MacDonald look on.
The School District 2 board marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day with flourish; trustees heard a speech by former Billings Mayor Chuck Tooley, approved the Heights middle school for construction and celebrated the sale of $80 million in bonds.
A paving stone hurled through a child’s bedroom window 20 years ago did much more than shatter glass.
Chuck Tooley dances with his wife, Joanie, to advance a Western Heritage Center retro style cocktail party fundraiser. Also pictured are, from left, Tabatha Butler, Mikal Young, Lisa Olmsted and Julie Dial.
Chuck Tooley gathers with other Democrats at an election night party at Bones Brewing.
Republican Kirk Bushman continues to lead Democrat Chuck Tooley for the open Public Service Commission District 2 seat.
In the course of presenting news and opinions about candidates in Tuesday’s election, The Billings Gazette also offers recommendations for voters’ consideration. Consistent with longstanding practice at this community newspaper, the editorial board interviewed all major party candidates for …
Republican Brad Molnar had an eight-year run in southeast Montana’s Public Service Commission seat. Now that he has run up against term limits, his would-be successors are lining up.
The Montana Public Service Commission consists of five commissioners whose responsibility is to regulate public utilities. By state law, they generally have authority over public or private businesses that operate any plant, equipment or water right to provide the public with heat; transport…
HELENA — Democratic Public Service Commissioner John Vincent of Gallatin Gateway staved off a tough primary challenge Tuesday in southern Montana’s District 3, advancing to a general election rematch of sorts with Republican Roger Koopman of Bozeman, who won a four-way primary race.
Democratic candidates Kim Gillan and Chuck Tooley talk about today's primaries, and what they are going to need to do to win office in November.