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More than 1,000 athletes, several hundred coaches and many more family members have gathered in Billings for one of the year’s biggest sports events.
Officials with Special Olympics Montana say that its third annual Over the Edge event, which sent about 75 people rappelling down the side of Montana's tallest building, will raise close to $100,000 when all is said and done.
Sarah Harvey has joined First Interstate BancSystem Inc. as a marketing specialist serving First Interstate's 72 offices in Montana, Wyoming and western South Dakota. Harvey, who holds a master's degree in professional writing from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, brings to the mar…
First Interstate BancSystem Inc. of Billings, which sold stock to the public for the first time in March, has reported second-quarter earnings of 14 cents per share, down sharply from its first-quarter earnings of 32 cents per share.
First Interstate BancSystem Inc. of Billings went public at the right time.
First Interstate BancSystem Inc. of Billings announced Tuesday that it will sell Class A common stock at $14.50 per share to the public, the first time outside investors have been able to buy into the regional banking powerhouse.
A financial Web site says First Interstate BancSystem plans to raise $131 million by offering 8.7 million shares of common stock at a price range of $14 to $16 per share.
If First Interstate BancSystem moves forward with a plan to sell common stock to the public later this year, it will join just a handful of Montana-based companies whose shares are traded on public markets.
First Interstate BancSystem Inc. announced Friday that it intends to make some of its stock shares available to the public for purchase.