History sometimes repeats itself.
Margaret McDonald hung her bear by a singletree in the entryway of the barn. The bear stretched to a length of nearly 8 feet.
Jack and Margaret McDonald and two dogs stand in chest-high snow in front of a building in this undated photo. This photo might have been taken at the Silver Tip Ranch.
The cover of the October 1967 edition of Outdoor Life pictured two bighorn rams. Inside was the story of Margaret McDonald’s encounter with an enormous grizzly bear.
Margaret McDonald hung her bear by a singletree in the entryway of the barn, the bear stretched to a length of nearly 8 feet.
Jack McDonald stands inside the Silver Tip Lodge next to the trap that captured a grizzly bear that killed homesteader French Duret in 1922. The rifle was the one Duret used to try to kill the bear.
Two years ago, Phil Penn’s company, PJP Coffee Enterprises Inc., purchased nine Billings coffee kiosks and one in Laurel.
The land next to the Cracker Barrel restaurant that used to be a water park will be home to a La Quinta Inn & Suites.
Web-based time clocks are a simple solution for tracking employee hours. Forget about traditional punch time clocks or time sheets, which can end up wasting a lot of your valuable time.
A decade ago, when Steve Bury and his family, drawn by the dinosaur digs, moved from Seattle to Glendive, the city's business district was a ghost town.
The Montana Sapphire subdivision at King Avenue West and Shiloh Road has languished through a decade of slow growth, while its rival across the street, Shiloh Crossing, is booming.
HELENA - Montana Democratic chairman Dennis McDonald, who is considering running for Congress in 2010, said he won't seek re-election as party chairman this summer and may step down sooner.
Bellevue, Wash. developer Bob McDonald, left, and architect Jeff Kanning from Collaborative Design Architects of Billings are planning a major remodel of West Park Plaza.
Washington state developer Bob McDonald said the West Park Plaza mall is broken and he's the man to fix it.