“Thoughts are things” is the title and the first words of the first chapter of the book.
A Billings man pleaded guilty Friday to having a sex with a girl, who was 15 at the time, in 2011.
To Brandon Peressini, Montana’s old-school business culture is the perfect place to grow his modern tech firm.
In my world, there is social media. Then there's anti-social media.
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — Sweetwater County deputies have arrested a man on a theft charge after a woman spotted her stolen wedding dress for sale on Facebook.
Principal Scott King confirmed that Malta High School will be closed Wednesday due to a bomb threat.
Welcome to spring. By the time you read this, the polar vortex will be a fading memory, and those 6-foot-tall piles of snow that have accumulated in every parking lot in town will have melted and washed down the storm drain.
What do you do when you get up every day? Anything to do with your legacy? I doubt it.
Throughout his extended training, Elichai Fowler knew that sooner or later he would own his own custom jewelry business.
Oz Fitness, a West Park Promenade business that has been operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection since last fall, is apparently under new ownership.
Volunteers are needed for a flood cleanup day in Musselshell County on Saturday.
Jim Collins’s immortal business bestseller, “Good to Great,” created a revolution in many businesses and an explosion in book sales. The book was adopted, adapted, taught, and implemented. In many instances, companies did go from good to great — or at least from good to very good.
CASPER, Wyo. — A member of the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps instructional staff has been fired after being charged Wednesday with three felony counts of traveling to lure a child, use of a two-way communication device to commit a felony and use of a computer to seduce a child in Alachua C…
Troy Paisley, ZooMontana's education director, took a long look at the brightly lit dashboard display of a brand new Toyota Prius before hopping out from the passenger seat.
There’s an adage that says “the more things change, the more they remain the same.” Certainly, over the past decade we have seen wild fluctuations in our economy, the rise and fall of entire industries and the house market ping-pong across the scale. Those weren’t the only changes, though.
For this week’s Foursight, the Enjoy staff looked for insight and entertainment among our friends’ Facebook posts. To join in the conversation, go to www.facebook.com/billingsgazetteenjoy.
What would you change about Billings to make it a better place? We asked this week’s question on Facebook. To join in the conversation, go to www.facebook.com/billingsgazetteenjoy.
A former Missoula attorney pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge in Justice Court on Wednesday for threatening a Missoula district judge on Facebook last year.
CASPER, Wyo. — A ranch and home supply store that sells a line of gear for pets is facing cries for a customer boycott after two teenage employees reportedly beat a raccoon to death on company property.
Spam on social media networks has risen 355 percent in just the first six months of 2013, according to a recent Nexgate research report. The greatest motivation for spammers is financial gain. With social spam, they want to drive online traffic to a website where advertisers pay them for the…