Hadley Ferguson was named this week as the artist who will paint the new Montana Women’s Mural at the state Capitol.
At its annual Status of Women luncheon Wednesday, the Zonta Club of Billings honored seven area women who ran for political office in Montana.
HELENA — Joining the ranks of Sacagawea, Jeannette Rankin and Maureen Mansfield at the Montana State Capitol will be a new mural depicting women’s contributions as community builders in Montana history.
Charity begins at home, but tax breaks can help.
As a Montana legislator, I have seen how easily our attitude on gun control has been undermined by the National Rifle Association.
As returns continue to come in Wednesday morning, Republicans are leading in state Senate battles tabbed as competitive by both political parties prior to Election Day.
There’s no shortage of intriguing match-ups in this year’s races for the 2013 Legislature.
Congratulations to CTA Architects and Engineers for the Innovation Business Award they received from Gov. Brian Schweitzer. It is an award well deserved. CTA Architects and Engineers and their professional staff are leaders in design, conservation, preservation and innovation.
HELENA — Democratic Public Service Commissioner John Vincent of Gallatin Gateway staved off a tough primary challenge Tuesday in southern Montana’s District 3, advancing to a general election rematch of sorts with Republican Roger Koopman of Bozeman, who won a four-way primary race.
Former Billings Mayor Chuck Tooley and onetime Yellowstone County Republican Chairman Kirk Bushman are leading their primary races for Public Service Commission in District 2.
If candidates keep showing up on your caller ID and campaign fliers are still arriving in the mail, you might be one of several thousand voters with an unreturned absentee ballot.
HELENA — Mark Sweeney, who’s challenging Public Service Commissioner John Vincent in the Democratic primary for PSC District 3 in southwestern Montana, has raised twice the campaign funds that Vincent has.
Two Republicans and two Democrats filed for the Montana Public Service Commission District 2 seat that is being vacated by Brad Molnar of Laurel. Republican Al Garver of Billings has since announced that he has suspended his campaign. That leaves Kirk Bushman, an engineer from Billings, as t…
I am running to be the public service commissioner for District 2 because Montanans deserve a representative to make decisions based on facts and an established track record of getting things done. I am serious about my campaign.
Brad Molnar, the public service commissioner from southeast Montana, cannot seek re-election because of term limits, which has would-be replacements lining up.
Republican Al Garver has suspended his campaign to replace Brad Molnar on the Montana Public Service Commission.
Every month Montana families are affected by the work of our Public Service Commission.
Kirk Bushman, of Billings, a former Yellowstone Republican chairman and U.S. Senate candidate, is running for the Public Service Commission’s southeastern Montana seat.
Election season is barely a week old and already changes are certain in several local legislative districts.