Ed Kemmick, editor of Last Best News, helps students learn how to create news contacts during a brainstorming session.
The mysteries of Two Moon Park have been solved ... more or less.
Aug. 3, 2000: You want ADVENTURE?: Instead of battles with wildlife, try a botched, boring river float with family and friends
This story by Ed Kemmick was published in the Outdoors section of The Gazette on Aug. 3, 2000.
Everywhere I go, young people come up to me and ask, "Ed, how do I break into the reporting business?"
John Kemmick, left, and Ed Kemmick are scheduled to play the “Morning Folk” series Saturday at the Fieldhouse Cafe.
The Kemmick Brothers are the featured performers in this week’s “Morning Folk” music series Saturday at the Fieldhouse Cafe, 2601 Minnesota Ave.
The Billings Gazette has received six awards in the 2012 Northwest Excellence in Journalism Contest for Region 10 of the Society of Professional Journalists.
The Billings Gazette's Ed Kemmick performs classic song, 'In the Jailhouse Now,' at the Western Heritage Center.
If Americans knew more history, Mitt Romney’s supposed gaffe in London wouldn’t even be news.
Organizers of the High Plains Book Awards announced Thursday that 19 books have been chosen as finalists in seven categories.
Most of us who see panhandlers and street people don’t usually get the whole story on these folks.
Billings author Russell Rowland, co-editor of the recently released anthology “West of 98,” will be presenting a reading and discussion of the book Thursday at the Western Heritage Center as part of the High Noon Lecture Series.
A launch party for Ed Kemmick’s new book, “The Big Sky, By and By,” is scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, at Buchanan Capital, 201 N. Broadway in downtown Billings.
Author and Billings Gazette reporter Ed Kemmick.
The Western Heritage Center's High Noon series opens Thursday with a program on plants in the Yellowstone Valley.
Hey! I enjoy columnist Ed Kemmick on Sunday mornings in The Billings Gazette. I really got a kick out of his "Never too late for bold election statements." I agree wholeheartedly on his suggestions for Montana politicians.
Gazette columnist Ed Kemmick tries to figure out a portable cellular telephone.
Ed Kemmick, right, plays with Steve Brown, center, and John Kemmick as the Peach Pickers perform at the Garage Pub on Saturday, April 17, 2010.
Ed Kemmick, reporter and columnist for The Billings Gazette, was chosen to write the first installment of a new feature that debuts in Sunday’s edition of Parade, the weekly magazine seen by 74 million readers in more than 500 partner newspapers.