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Laurel Council enthusiastic about possible recycling program

A presentation by Republic Recycling Services during a Public Works Committee meeting has sparked discussion about changing an ordinance to allow private companies to collect recyclables in Laurel.

June 29, 2014 12:15 amLoading…
'Parks seem to get the ax first': Laurel voters to decide on funding for town's 16 parks

'Parks seem to get the ax first': Laurel voters to decide on funding for town's 16 parks

LAUREL — Laurel voters will mark their ballots June 3 to decide whether residents want the certainty of funding — and the property tax hike — that comes through a park maintenance district.

April 02, 2014 8:45 amLoading…
The big question: Build a new house or buy a fixer-upper?

The big question: Build a new house or buy a fixer-upper?

Mike and Allison Nys of Billings didn’t think too hard when deciding whether to build a house or join the remodeling fraternity.

May 05, 2013 12:05 am Related Loading…

City voter turnout could approach 60 percent

With a week to go before Election Day, the number of people who already have mailed in ballots is closing in on the total number of votes cast in 2009.

October 31, 2011 5:20 pmLoading…
Laurel mayor worries about river levee worn down by flooding

Laurel mayor worries about river levee worn down by flooding

Laurel mayor Ken Olson rides his loud, black motorcycle over the raging Yellowstone River and then walks back onto the bridge to point out a historic cabin perched on an undercut bank.

July 15, 2011 5:24 pm Photos

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Gazette opinion: City, county, school district need to talk

“I think a lot of people have the idea that we don’t communicate,” Billings Mayor Tom Hanel said at a city-county joint meeting last week at MetraPark.

May 16, 2011 12:10 amLoading…
Yellowstone River eating away levee that protects Laurel park, boat ramp

Yellowstone River eating away levee that protects Laurel park, boat ramp

Laurel is losing ground — about 20 feet of it so far — to the Yellowstone River along an old levee that protects its popular Riverside Park east of town. The river has also washed away about half of the park’s concrete boat ramp and buckled a portion of what’s left.

September 26, 2010 9:55 pm Photos

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Show up at Laurel to water meeting

I bumped into a friend the other day, and he said, “I see you won your water battle.” My reply, “Oh, no, no one won or lost. We simply delayed the final vote on the water increase.” The conversation continued and here are my comments.

September 19, 2010 12:00 amLoading…

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