Sisters Jewel Jones and Amanda Roth have spent the past two years collaborating on a project to provide comfortable, functional garments geared specifically toward truckers.
Jim Markel, left, and Perry Jones, are partners in Red Oxx Manufacturing, a Billings-based company that has seen an increase in international sales in recent years. Markel said exports now account for nearly 20 percent of all of Red Oxx’s sales.
An assault case involving a stun gun returned to a state judge Thursday to consider the defendant's claims that his defense attorney, Robert Eddleman, a former Carbon County attorney who admitted to federal drug charges, had provided an inadequate defense.
Former Carbon County Attorney Robert Eddleman is taken to a sheriff's vehicle at the courthouse in Red Lodge. Lewis Price III, in white jail clothes, was seeking a reduced sentence because of what he says was ineffective counsel from Eddleman. Price pleaded guilty to a lesser crime in excha…
Price and his attorney, Joseph Howard, appear before District Judge Blair Jones at the Carbon County Courthouse in Red Lodge. Price received a 10-year sentence without parole.
"The U.S. faces potentially crippling electricity brownouts and blackouts beginning in the summer of 2009, which may cost tens of billions of dollars and threaten lives. Unless major investments are made immediately in electricity generation (power plants) and transmission (power lines), the…
The South Park Senior Center board of directors and membership wish to give a great big thank-you to Bill Kennedy and Jim Ronquillo, our chefs for our Cupid Day fundraiser on Feb. 14, and to all the people who helped in any way to make our project such a great success.
OGDEN, Utah - Montana State's Allison Jones was chosen this week's Big Sky Conference indoor track women's field athlete of the week, the conference office announced Tuesday.
John Jones sits at wife Eileen's bedside Thursday. Now confined to her bed in the late stages of Alzheimer's disease, Eileen is cared for at home by John with the help of a live-in caretaker and visiting nurses.
In the beginning, it was little lapses that foreshadowed the grim diagnosis Eileen Cox Jones feared most.
A portrait of Eileen Cox Jones taken when she graduated from college in 1960.
Caretaker Nancy Griffith uses a calendar and a pill box to chart Eileen's daily medications, food and health. Griffith has lived with the Joneses as a caretaker since 2002.
Sherry Jones wasn't supposed to be in Missoula last week. She should have been in Chicago or Los Angeles or San Francisco, promoting her first novel, "Jewel of Medina."
One of the benefits of reading the dead-tree edition of the Gazette is that interesting, related stories are sometimes grouped together on the same page, rather than appearing randomly on the Web. In today's paper, Page 5C was a real doozy, with three stories highlighting some of the most, u…