The mantra from first-year Mustangs manager Dick Schofield is that consistency will come and go for his team.
Corey Thompson played 56 professional baseball games before he made his first start at second base Thursday night. It was a bit of an adventure.
A couple new to the world of hospitality has chosen an unlikely spot to build a business.
The developers of Josephine Crossing always knew when their West End subdivision reached a certain size, they would add a retail plaza.
Fifty-eight years after it was set aside as a neighborhood park, a square parcel of land on Monad Road is still a six-acre field of weeds.
Jobs are plentiful, but housing is hard to find and super expensive in energy boom states and provinces.
Thousands of workers chasing quick riches by flooding into the Bakken oil field have helped jump-start home sales in Billings.
You’ve probably seen the headlines: The nation’s housing market is in the midst of a four-year hangover marked by plunging property values, foreclosures and sluggish sales.
As with the larger U.S. economy, recovery from the Great Recession is expected to be slow in Montana and Yellowstone County, where income is expected to grow at a modest 1.8 percent this year for nonfarm workers.
Kathy Hobza, in sales and marketing at McCall Homes, and Greg McCall, part-owner of McCall Homes, construct story boards that were later put up in the Josephine Crossing subdivision to explaine the “Whoville” theme for the holidays.
The idea to turn the Josephine Crossing neighborhood into “Whoville” came out of the blue.
The free-wheeling days of "liar loans" and promises that a home's value can only increase ended with a crash of the American housing market that almost tripped up the entire global economy.
Renters who want to jump into home ownership, empty-nesters downsizing and single women are the most active buyers for the modest-sized homes, said several builders.