First Interstate Bank
The First Interstate Center is the tallest building in Billings, Montana and the northern Rockies, at 272 feet. Construction began in 1984 and was completed the following year. The building was designed by Joel Long.
The billowing e-cigarette industry has expanded into Billings Heights.
Bobcat fans can now show their school pride at First Interstate Bank — and get in line for some sweet deals at Montana State University.
Power was restored in the First Interstate Bank tower at about 11 a.m. on Wednesday. NorthWestern Energy crews had to replace a transformer that was original to the building in 1985.
History sometimes repeats itself.
A man who prosecutors say broke windows at two banks early on Monday — telling police he did so to bring attention to a supposed ring of meth traffickers — made an initial court appearance Tuesday.
Sandy McCaffree doesn’t deliver bundles of blankets, bears and pillows to needy kids until Christmastime. But as soon as she gives them out, she’s already filling her basement of her Heights home with next year’s supplies.
Dan Carter, chief of community affairs for ExxonMobil in Billings, stood in front of a room of fifth-graders at Lockwood Elementary School and extolled for them the virtues of reading.
With the first year about getting the ball rolling and the second focusing on improving on an already-successful formula, the third and final year of Billings' stint hosting the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games will be about leaving a lasting impression on the athletes and the community.
Standing in front of about 75 people in the Yellowstone Academy auditorium, Elly Pfirsch described how programs through the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch have affected her life.
Casper police investigated the scene of an attempted ATM heist Monday morning at the east side branch of First Interstate Bank in Casper.
First Interstate BancSystem Inc. of Billings has expanded farther into central and western Montana by purchasing Helena-based Mountain West Financial Corp.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — A fund set up to help South Dakota ranchers in the wake of an early October blizzard that killed thousands of farm animals has surpassed $4 million.
As a teenager, Peter Yegen III helped trail dozens of bulls from his granddad’s ranch, now part of the Peter Yegen Jr. Golf Club, up Zimmerman Trail.
First Interstate Bank at King Avenue West and Shiloh Road.
First Interstate Bank at King Avenue West and Shiloh Road in Billings.
A benefit fund has been set up to help the family of a Billings infant with a heart defect that requires numerous surgeries.
The renovated and expanded building occupied by the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County recently became the first LEED Platinum-certified building in Red Lodge.
On Nov. 1, the owners of Golden Phoenix West, Tina Wu and her husband, Howard Shen, opened their newest restaurant, a Japanese Steak House.
Seven years ago, First Interstate Bank purchased land at the corner of King Avenue West and Shiloh Road, in Billings’ newest commercial hub.