The words “awe-inspiring,” “enthused” and “pumped up” seem out of place when discussing chronic homelessness and public intoxication, yet that’s how Rimrock CEO Lenette Kosovich described a team effort for change.
Treatment providers are seeing an increase in the number of people who need help for methamphetamine addiction — an affliction that is challenging to treat and devastating for families.
In a controversial move that could save more than $1 million, the Salvation Army of Billings has abandoned some of its popular social programs and recycling operations and is returning to its core mission of feeding the hungry and operating its Thrift Store on Minnesota Avenue.
Leadership Montana has selected 50 community, business education, and government leaders from across the state for its 10th class, the class of 2014.
Lenette Kosovich decorated four Christmas trees in her home at 28 Burlington Ave., including this one with beaded wire, large ornaments and figures made from cockleburs.
Flying back to Billings on a business trip before Christmas one year, Lenette Kosovich could pick out her house below from the plane window by the blue lights glowing through the December darkness.
Lenette Kosovich and Keith Edgerton decorate the inside and outside of their home at 28 Burlington Ave. every Christmas. The blue and white lights extend around to the back of the house.
Rimrock Foundation has more than 40 years experience in treating addictive diseases and compulsive behaviors. Rimrock’s highly qualified staff offers specialized care to patients, specifically tailored to their needs. With recent restructuring, Rimrock Foundation has announced the newly form…
The chairman of the fledgling Montana Health Cooperative laid out a dismal picture of the American health care system during a presentation in Billings on Wednesday.
EBMS, Inc., a nationally-recognized administrator of corporate health benefit plans with headquarters in Billings, announces promotions and additional certifications for the following employees: