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Most Billings residents will see increases in their water and wastewater rates beginning July 1. Most increases will be modest, but a few will be more substantial.
Citing poor stock performance by the Billings-based Stillwater Mining Co., a New York City investment group is demanding the retirement of its chief executive and a reversal of decisions to buy mines in Canada and Argentina.