Onward to November, at least for some.
Mark Higgins got involved in a Web-based effort to elect a third-party president while reading the New York Times online.
Mark Higgins, Montana delegate leader for Americans Elect.
Can the will of the people change the will of the Legislature?
Law enforcement officials and medical marijuana providers in Billings expressed some confusion about how to proceed after a Helena district judge on Thursday temporarily blocked parts of a medical marijuana law passed by the 2011 Legislature.
It was a bad week for good manners.
With Montana's new, stricter medical marijuana law going into effect in less than two months, many people who grow and sell cannabis are making plans to liquidate their businesses.
Mark Higgins, owner of Montannabis in Billings, is closing his doors in part because of new state legislation.
An owner of the Rimrock Auto Group said the car dealership wants to rename MetraPark because media outlets don’t call the arena by its official name.
Mark Higgins stands amid marijuana plants in one of the four grow rooms at Montannabis, his medical marijuana business.
A crop of marijuana plants gets started at Montannabis, a medical marijuana business in Billings.
Heavy buds grow on plants at Montannabis, a medical marijuana business at 116 N. 11th St.
Mark Higgins, the owner of Montannabis, a medical marijuana business, shows how a bud-heavy marijuana plant can't support its own weight.
The owner of a large medical marijuana business says two prominent opponents of medical marijuana were willing to take his money when he was getting started in the business.
A large bud tops a marijuana plant growing at Montannabis Inc.
Mark Higgins gives visitors a tour of Montannabis, his medical marijuana business at 116 N. 11th St. in Billings in March. He closed that business after the Legislature overhauled medical marijuana laws in Montana, including a ban on making a profit from marijuana sale.
Conservation, energy efficiency and public transportation took center stage at a forum for Billings City Council and mayoral candidates Tuesday, but few of the candidates offered specific ideas for making the city a greener place.
Editor's note: As part of The Billings Gazette's efforts to inform city voters about the Sept. 15 primary election, Ward 2 candidates were invited to write about what they consider to be the Heights' biggest challenges and what they would do as on the City Council to address those challenges…