Last Monday, the first time the council took a look at a draft nondiscrimination ordinance, all sorts of delay tactics were dragged out: Have voters decide, have the attorney general decide, refer it to a committee.
A month after an aspirational visit to Sioux Falls, S.D., participants’ minds are still working through the takeaways — and formulating possible next steps — based on what they saw during an extensive three-day tour of South Dakota’s largest city.
Billings-based engineering firm Sanderson Stewart was named the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Thursday in Washington, D.C.
With a population seven times larger than Montana in an area one-sixth the size of Yellowstone County, Hong Kong seems to have little in common with Big Sky Country.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The 25 Billings residents who went to Sioux Falls this week came back resolved to make at least five changes based on what they learned. The five bullet points, agreed to by group members are:
Usually when I’m working, I’m like a fly on the wall, peering at what’s going on without getting too involved or caring too much about the outcome — so long as folks keep their flyswatter in their pocket.
People in Billings are feeling pretty good, according to a 2013 survey released Tuesday by Gallup and Healthways that ranks the city of Billings as No. 1 in job satisfaction and No. 15 in overall well-being.
The city of Billings is considering leasing a 71-acre parcel of land along the Yellowstone River from the state of Montana.
After a sluggish national recovery, Montana’s economy will be back on top again in a few years.
Would new convention facilities be a good deal for Billings?
MetraPark, the city’s behemoth convention center, is fine for concerts, rodeos, fairs, sporting events, graduations, trade shows and some conventions.
John Brewer, president and CEO of the Billings Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau, has been named to the board of directors for the American Chamber of Commerce Executives. His appointment puts both his leadership and the Chamber/CVB in a national spotlight advantageous to th…
It started three years ago in an email sent by a disgruntled visitor from California.
As Election Day draws near, supporters of the two School District 2 mill levies on the ballot are cautiously optimistic.
A burger restaurant catering to Skyview High students and local residents has reopened under a new name and new owners.
Breaking the Monopoly of Mediocrity, a cross-country tour focused on education reform, stopped in Billings on Thursday evening.
President Obama was hardly candid when he discussed the oil and natural gas industry during his State of the Union Address. He strove to create the impression that he was staunchly in favor of new exploration and drilling. But his real message was between the lines.
The Downtown Billings Rotary Club will be donating the proceeds of its annual fundraiser to the completion of an entryway to Swords Park on top of the Rims.
The prospect of having the main runway at Billings Logan International Airport closed for six weekends this summer has Ron Kindsfather worried.