History sometimes repeats itself.
Greg McDonald, president of Wendy’s of Montana, has been selected as the chairman of the Financial Subcommittee for the Wendy’s National Marketing board of directors. He has served as both an elected and appointed trustee for 10 of the past 13 years. The board has fiduciary responsibilities …
While waiting to hear about a job interview she felt went “really well,” Tina Sticka surfs the Internet for other jobs. Since being laid off from her "dream job" last spring, she's applied for about 50 jobs.
One of the largest infill apartment complexes in Billings is about to open on Avenue E and 17th Street West.
Developer Greg McDonald, right, and Jerry Jones of Jones Brothers Construction stand in the kitchen of the first townhouse at 17th Street West and Avenue E.
Neighbors of a proposed residential development on the 1600 block of Avenue E fear that the project will disrupt their lives and lower the value of their property.
I would like to express my support for the School District 2 mill levy requests. Even though I am a parent of children who attend the Billings Catholic Schools, I still am a enthusiastic supporter of a quality public education system. Education is the future of both our children and our comm…
Greg McDonald, president of Wendy's Montana, stands at what used to be the running track when his building at Second Avenue North and North 29th Street was Billings' first YMCA. Below him is Wendy's dining room where the Y's gymnasium once hosted hard-fought basketball games. The first Y clo…
Wendy's of Montana president Greg McDonald gives a tour of the Wendy's lunchroom which used to be the basketball court and track of the old YMCA.
The Midland Roundtable honored deceased Billings businessman and philanthropist Sam McDonald at its monthly meeting Thursday at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
Sam McDonald, a standout athlete, successful businessman and noted philanthropist, died Monday at 76.
Greg McDonald has been re-elected to serve for the next three years on Wendy's National Marketing board of directors representing franchisees from the Northwest region. He will serve as vice president in 2012. This board meets six times a year to consult with Wendy's International upper mana…
Above, Wendy’s has added Juicy Juice, TruMoo Milk and apple slices as options for its Kids Meal Program.
Wendy’s was the first quick-serve restaurant to offer a baked potato as a healthier altenative to fries. The baked potato has become a popular item of the WendyWise program, which identifies meals for under 500 calories. One popular combination in the program is a baked potato and chili.
Nutritional information for Wendy's menu items is posted in each of the company's restaurants as well as on the company's website. Providing customers with nutritional information gives customers a way to plan which menu items fit their personal lifestyle and dietary needs.
Greg C. McDonald, president of Wendy’s of Montana Inc., said the restaurant’s hamburgers are made from fresh, never frozen beef, and provided a tour of the kitchen to prove it. Wendy’s works with suppliers to deliver fresh food to its restaurants three times each week.
Wendy’s offers a complete line of freshly prepared salads like the Berry Almond Chicken Salad, 450 calories, and Apple Pecan Chicken Salad, 560 calories. The salads are prepared in the restaurant with 11 types of greens, natural cheeses, in-season strawberries and blueberries.
The price for 300 feet of access along Grand Avenue by a street light at 14th Street West is a cool $1 million.