Sherry Long edged out William Selph and two others in a four-way primary battle on the Republican ticket for Yellowstone County treasurer/assessor/superintendent of schools.
It’s good to have choices.
Two longtime elected officials in Yellowstone County say they will seek re-election again this year, while at least one courthouse veteran, Max Lenington, has announced he will retire.
A Yellowstone County audit specialist and a MetraPark electrician/engineer are classified correctly in the county’s job and pay classification system, said a committee that evaluated the positions.
With no discussion, the Yellowstone County commissioners on Tuesday turned down a request from Auditor Debby Hernandez to replace a vacant part-time position in her office with a full-time position.
Yellowstone County Commission Chairman Jim Reno is pitching a proposal to consolidate the elected auditor’s position with the clerk and recorder office, saying it will save money and benefit the county.
Quilting demonstrations, new galleries, and live music will highlight the Friday night Fall ArtWalk in downtown Billings.
Yellowstone County commissioners selected a new clerk and recorder to replace Tony Nave, who is retiring May 31 after 16 years.
Although their four-year terms don't officially begin until Saturday, new Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito and Sheriff Mike Linder were sworn in Tuesday morning.
Newly elected Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder signs his oath of office certificate alongside District Judge Ingrid Gustafson during a ceremony at the county commission offices Tuesday morning.
Newly elected Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder is sworn in by District Judge Ingrid Gustafson on Tuesday at the county commission offices.
Yellowstone County Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez easily won another term Tuesday, beating out landlord and business owner Jerome Kautzman in the nonpartisan race.
A dispute over pay and job duties between Yellowstone County commissioners and Auditor Debby Hernandez appears to have calmed after the commissioners cited state law in ordering Hernandez and her staff to keep doing their current jobs.
Commanders at the Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office did nothing wrong by recording up to 10 extra hours of work time each month, county commissioners say.
Each hand-quilted stitch painstakingly follows the feathery pattern stenciled on the quilt top.
Debby Hernandez demonstrates her hand-quilting technique on a quilt in her home last month.
Hernandez shows off some of her finished quilts.
Hernandez shows her handiwork on a quilting project.
Hernandez puts a special label on her finished quilts.