Margaret Ping has been awarded the YWCA of Billings' first Meritorious Service Award.
Shannon Nadeau, a radiant smile on her face, leaned against a wall in her new home, arms wrapped around her 10-year-old daughter, Ashley.
I would like to urge you to support Chuck Tooley for a position on the Public Service Commission.
On an August day in 1933 at the peak of the Great Depression, 21-year-old Margaret Ping said goodbye to her parents, hopped on a train in Billings and headed for New York City and the start of a career of service that has spanned nearly 80 years.
Hardin raised Margaret Ping turns 100 this year. She gives a brief overview of the many places she has lived.
Margaret Ping, who will be 100 years old on May 11, reminisces about a lifetime of social work and her connection to the Big Horn County Historical Museum in Hardin. She's holding a book she wrote about her years working in a New York City settlement house during the Great Depression.
It’s amazing what a couple of million dollars and thousands upon thousands of volunteer hours can accomplish.
A series of speakers will address women’s issues in conjunction with the “A Mile in Her Shoes: Women at Work” exhibit at noon at the Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Ave.
Billings businessman Bill Simmons will receive the Jeannette Rankin Peace Award later this month.
HARDIN — After the ceremonial pictures were taken and the speeches concluded Monday afternoon, four 60-year-old earth-moving machines dug into the sod on the southeast end of Hardin, breaking ground for a new Big Horn County Historical Museum building.