I have had the opportunity to work with Rod Souza for the past 12 years. I know Souza has the necessary qualities to serve our community well as our next District Court judge. Souza is no stranger to the courtroom. He has tried numerous District Court jury trials as a prosecutor more than 15…
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming brewers gathered last month in Pinedale to craft the state’s annual collaboration beer. Working together inside Wind River Brewing Company, they concocted a steam beer appropriately named Steamboat.
Justice was served in Yellowstone County District Court Monday when 12 jurors unanimously agreed that Toby Eugene Griego is guilty on all 27 felony counts stemming brutal attacks on four Billings women.
The Montana Association for Female Executives organization has announced its 2014 officers and board of directors: Polly Taggart, independent Mary Kay consultant, president; Kindra McMullin, Valley Credit Union, vice president; Sandy Raymond, retired, secretary; Kim Bar, Bar Accounting Servi…
As of last month, 1,843 Montana children were in foster care.
This week in Wyoming, a prosecuting attorney, a pediatric nurse and a social worker are training together to do a better job for Yellowstone County children who are victims of abuse.
Juli Pierce says her parents, both teachers, had a big influence on her when she was growing up in Billings.
DAVID GRUBBS/Gazette Staff Juli Pierce, senior deputy Yellowstone County attorney, credits her former professor, Dr. Georgie Ann Weatherby, with encouraging her to pursue law as a career choice.
A Billings man who admitted raping an 11-year-old boy under a bridge in an empty irrigation canal last year will spend at least 25 years in state prison.
Organizers of the first Yellowstone County drug treatment court took part this summer in a national conference on addiction and the criminal justice system in Washington, D.C.
A 25-year-old Billings man admitted Tuesday that last year he raped an 11-year-old boy he met in a video store.