Crowne Plaza Hotel
Billings convention and meeting space
Michael Victor came to Billings all the way from Clear Lake, Minn., for one thing: Railroadiana.
Wednesday was already an especially busy day for Mary Enright – even before she was surprised with a Golden Apple Award.
The University of Montana takes pride in its dynamic learning environment.
Thomas Minckler will be auctioning a small part of his collection Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Petroleum Club in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 27 N. 27th St. Minckler said the auction will consist of duplicates from his collection and items that are not germane to his collection, which focuses on th…
Montana Energy 2012, the first exposition of its kind in Billings, sold out quickly as more than 350 people came seeking a piece of the oil riches flowing out of the Bakken shale formation.
The renaissance in domestic oil production, including strong growth in the Bakken formations of North Dakota and Montana, has pushed the United States into first place in the world for increased production.
CenturyLink, the company that purchased Qwest Communications, has moved its administrative offices for Montana and Wyoming to the 21st floor of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Billings.
Commodity prices are helping the economies of Yellowstone County and Montana, but the recovery in home construction is nowhere in sight.
The Montana AAU District is celebrating its 75th anniversary this weekend in Billings at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Billings School District 2's retiring and long-time educators along with this year's Golden Apple and Billings Education Association award winners will be honored Thursday.
The Billings Chapter 100 of the American Society of Women Accountants hosts its monthly lunch meeting at noon on Wednesday, April 20, at the Yellowstone Art Museum. There will be a short presentation by ASWA members on the "Tools of the Trade for Accountants." The cost of the lunch is $13. R…
The Montana AAU District is celebrating its 75th anniversary April 29-May 1 in Billings at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Donna Curtiss snapped a second photo with her cell phone shortly after the rockfall started.
Donna Curtiss was just starting a walk at about 10:30 a.m. Thursday when she was startled by a sound like thunder. She whipped out her cell phone and snapped this photo of a big rockfall happening across the Yellowstone River from the city's water treatment plant.
Donna Curtiss, an accounts clerk at the city’s Utilities Service Center on Belknap Avenue, walked outside about 10:30 Thursday morning for a daily walk she takes during a 15-minute break.
As with the larger U.S. economy, recovery from the Great Recession is expected to be slow in Montana and Yellowstone County, where income is expected to grow at a modest 1.8 percent this year for nonfarm workers.
Stuart Doggett, executive director of the Montana Innkeepers Association, glowed with good news Tuesday, midway through the association's annual convention in Billings.
HELENA - U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., will speak at a water forum in Billings next month.