With a combination of protested tax distributions and county funds, Yellowstone County can scrape together the estimated $7 million it needs to expand to add 100 new beds to relieve crowding at the jail.
After the May 18 hailstorm pummeled her Billings Heights property, Carol Metzler got word her insurance company was dumping her.
They have touched a lot of lives in our community, even if most people don’t see them at work.
A long-overdue conversation on Billings transportation needs took place recently when the committee representing city, county and state decision makers confronted the need for another route up the Rims.
Yellowstone County commissioners took up the proposed 2015 budget for MetraPark on Thursday, making few changes but urging staff to begin planning for resurfacing parking lots, something that’s been discussed for about 10 years.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce has announced its 2014-2015 board of directors, effective July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015.
LAUREL — Even with Monday's historic dedication of the veteran's cemetery here as a national cemetery — bringing to a close a decade of work by area citizens, veterans and local, state and federal officials — the purpose of the Memorial Day ceremony wasn't lost on the hundreds of people in a…
This spring’s Rimrock slides and closure of Zimmerman Trail reminded Billings drivers how few routes we have up and down the sandstone cliffs that are both the most beautiful and challenging features of geography in our growing city.
The closure in March of Zimmerman Trail for a stabilization project after a rock slide has drawn attention to alternative routes connecting Molt Road in the valley to Highway 3 atop the Rimrocks.
Yellowstone County is changing how it charges for providing solid waste service for county residents and commercial properties to better reflect actual costs.
Yellowstone County’s commissioner boardroom is getting a cultural makeover.
Helping residents of the Sun Valley Subdivision deal with stormwater runoff during heavy rains was the main order of business during Tuesday’s meeting of the Yellowstone County Board of Commissioners.
As much as no one likes the idea of the price of beer getting more expensive, this might be one case where not as many people will mind.
Is it time for citizens to study their county and city governments and consider changes – large or small – in the structure of government?
When Yellowstone County commissioners opened an auction Tuesday to sell a two-story downtown office building, they got no takers.
The price of beer sold at MetraPark events will increase by $1 to help raise money to co-promote events.
Collaboration between the Yellowstone County jail and the Community Crisis Center helped connect seriously mentally ill and addicted inmates to treatment services in the community, services that continued upon release from jail.
Yellowstone County sheriff’s deputies had no questions Tuesday evening on the updated proposed collective-bargaining agreement presented to them earlier in the day.
When Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito has his morning briefing with staff and law enforcement officers, everyone packs into his office or a small conference room on the courthouse’s seventh floor.