Wednesday was a busy day of delivering good news all over School District 2 for Krista Hertz.
Jennifer Owen, a Billings attorney who is the current chairwoman of the Republican party in Yellowstone County, has been named the new executive director of the Billings Head Start program.
The Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary in Red Lodge has name Emily Bertino, formerly its assistant executive director, as its new executive director.
A few years ago, a newspaper reporter aptly described Tom Brendgord as the “guru” of Montana bowling.
State tourism officials say Montana’s summer travel season has a chance to surpass last year’s
The widow of Gordon Belcourt, one of the Rocky Mountain West’s most influential Native American leaders, has been named as his successor to head the Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council.
When Kiplinger’s Personal
Kristi Drake is turning the pedals, hoping to encourage people to walk and ride their bikes. Drake, executive director of BikeNet, a local trail advocacy group, sat down recently with Billings Business to discuss plans for an expanded trail system.
HELENA -- The deadline to enter this summer's Montana State Golf Association Men's State Amateur has been extended to Wednesday.
When Justin Mills hangs up his spurs as executive
Scheels of Billings will provide $25,000 in financial support to The First Tee of Montana over the next five years.
Three-time reigning Montana State Amateur champion Nathan Bailey of Laurel will be inducted into the Montana State Golf Association Hall of Fame during an August ceremony in Kalispell.
Entering the Moss Mansion Historic House Museum is a little like stepping into a time machine and witnessing the day-to-day lives of one of Billings’ most influential pioneer families. The well-preserved home is one the gems of the Magic City. Jenna Richter, the Moss Mansion’s executive dire…
Jennifer Mercer became the full-time executive director of the Billings Depot in December. She enjoys scuba diving in the Caribbean.
Twenty-five years ago the Billings Depot was in a sorry state. The historic structure was home to roosting pigeons and vagrants who huddled around fires built in metal barrels.
HELENA – Matt Kuntz did not want to die. But he thought he must.
COLUMBUS — A new building where residents of the Special K Ranch do work for Montana Silversmiths has been dedicated.
Yellowstone County’s economic development agency is asking its members to help grow a pot of money that has been earmarked to spur future job growth.
LAUREL — Cal Stacey walked away from Laurel Golf Club Thursday afternoon with a smile and a Montana State Senior Golf Association championship.
With his three-peat at the Montana State Men’s Amateur logged in the record books, Laurel golfer Nathan Bailey still has plenty to look forward to next summer.