Spellers from around the state went letter for letter and word for word this Saturday as they competed in the 49th annual Treasure State Spelling Bee and for the grand prize—a spot in this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee.
The Billings Gazette has received a prestigious award for its coverage of Montana's epidemic suicide rate.
DAVENPORT, Iowa — Lee Enterprises Inc. said on Tuesday that it has refinanced $94 million worth of debt with Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., avoiding an interest rate increase that would have gone into effect next year.
Billings Gazette Communications has received three Lee President’s Awards for 2012 to recognize exceptional work in the past year.
Michael R. Gulledge, vice president of publishing for Lee Enterprises and publisher of Billings Gazette Communications, has been named Lee’s vice president of sales and marketing, responsible for leading revenue growth in more than 50 markets across 23 states.
NEW YORK -- Mary E. Junck, the CEO of newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises Inc., was named chairman of The Associated Press board of directors on Thursday.
DAVENPORT, Iowa — With the confirmation of Lee Enterprises' reorganization plan, the Davenport-based publisher said Monday it has completed the remaining steps for its new refinancing agreements to go into effect Jan. 30.
Lee Enterprises Inc., the owner of The Billings Gazette and 47 other daily newspapers, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday as part of a previously announced refinancing plan.
Lee Enterprises, parent company of The Billings Gazette, announced Friday that it has reached agreements to refinance about $1 billion in debt through a pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Jim McGowan, sales and marketing director of the Missoulian and Ravalli Republic, has been promoted to publisher of both newspapers.
MISSOULA -- Jason Christ's appeal to bar the public and seal records in two court proceedings with which he's involved went nowhere fast with a Missoula County District Court judge on Thursday morning.
Stacey Mueller, publisher of the Missoulian and Ravalli Republic, is leaving the newspapers to take a position as a vice president of First Interstate Bank in Missoula. Mueller said she leaves "feeling heartened by how we've positioned these newspapers for the future" and "wonderful about t…
Lee Enterprises, the Davenport-based newspaper publisher and owner of The Billings Gazette, the Casper Star-Tribune and several other newspapers in Montana and Wyoming, announced Thursday it has reached agreement to successfully refinance most of its outstanding debt, which was scheduled to …
HELENA -- After poring over applications and interviewing two candidates, the Montana Historical Society's Board of Trustees voted on Monday to offer Bruce Whittenberg, of Billings, the job as the society's director.
Billings Gazette Communications has received four Lee President’s Awards for 2010 in recognition of exceptional journalism and advertising achievements in the past year.