League Of Women Voters Of Billings
Increasing voter participation rates may be as simple as fining eligible voters for not showing up at the polls.
Linda Dismore “Diz” Swift, a former Chevron scientist and executive, told the League of Women Voters of Billings on Friday that they can lend a hand to help limit the effects of climate change.
Linda Swift, who worked as a geologist with Chevron Corp. for 23 years, will speak on climate change at a breakfast gathering of the League of Women Voters of Billings at 9 a.m. July 18.
Long known for its zeal for helping people register to vote, the League of Women Voters of Billings heard a presentation Thursday on a legislative referral that would ban residents from registering and voting on the same day.
The producers of more and more commodities — from wheat to washing machines — are turning to railroad companies to bring their products to market, so much so that Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. traffic is almost back up to its peak 2006 pre-recession level.
Kevin Nelson enjoys turning over rocks because of what he might see scurrying under them.
The League of Women Voters of Billings is seeking nominations for the Joan Harwood Galles Making Democracy Work Award.
Friendship House of Christian Service is located at Eighth Avenue South and South 32nd Street. Its presence has been a positive force throughout the community -- bringing together children, parents, grandparents, volunteers and organizations for the shared goal of strengthening families.