Chief Business Development Officer John Rogers, center right, talks with Masahir Sano and Muneyoshi Shibagaki of Taisei Techno America, left, and Janie McCall of the Billings City Council at an unveiling of a solar- and wind-powered traffic signal at 32nd Street West and Canyon Drive Thursday.
The deceptively named Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill now before Congress will do little to slow future illegal immigration, currently running about 300,000 per year. The key enforcement mechanism, Department of Homeland Security's E-Verify employment verification, is postponed for up …
Retired Billings history teacher John Rogers watched the original Northern Hotel burn down when he was 4.
HELENA — Gov.-elect Steve Bullock announced Friday that he was bringing back a former Fish, Wildlife and Parks director to run the agency, a move welcomed by some critics and employees alike.
CULBERTSON — In government-speak, the seemingly endless drain of residents leaving Eastern Montana during the past few decades was called "outward migration," a term uttered repeatedly as rural schools consolidated and post offices closed.