Mac Stevens, CPA, retired partner at KPMG Billings, was elected to the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation board of directors. He joins Chairman Lee Scherer, partner Energy Consultants LLC; Vice Chairman William Hritsco, attorney, Davis, Warren & Hritsco-Dillon; Secretary-Treasur…
Montana, especially Billings, is poised to benefit economically from energy development, but the state still lags far behind Wyoming in coal production.
Don Sterhan, president and chief executive of Mountain Plains Equity Group Inc., makes the case for energy development during the annual Billings Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Crowne Plaza on Wednesday.
If you enjoy irony, then July 2 was quite a day. The Billings Gazette printed Don Sterhan’s guest opinion taking aim at project delays caused by what he called frivolous lawsuits, rogue district courts and opposition groups “whose sole intent is to frustrate project development.” That same d…
One needs only to visit Williston, N.D., and Sidney, Mont., to begin to understand the far-reaching impact that oil and gas exploration and development has on our region. The most apparent thing is the overwhelming influx of workers, equipment and suppliers needed to develop the Bakken. In N…
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is able to boast about job growth under his watch, noting that over 265,000 jobs, or nearly 37 percent of the jobs created nationwide since the summer of 2009, have been created in the Lone Star state.
(Photo) Marcy Mutch, vice president of finance, First Interstate BancSystem, Inc.; and (Photo) Don Sterhan, president & CEO, Mountain Plains Equity Group, have been elected to the board of directors of Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation.