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Consul General of Mexico makes history during Billings trip Thursday

Consul General of Mexico makes history during Billings trip Thursday

Mexico's Consul General Carlos Bello made history Thursday when he became the first person in his position to visit Montana.

June 26, 2014 9:36 pm Photos

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Mexican Consul General Carlos Bellos

Mexican Consul General Carlos Bellos

Mexican Consul General Carlos Bellos wears a Mexican flag pinned to his chest during his visit to Billings on Thursday.

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Mexican Consul General Carlos Bellos visited Billings

Mexican Consul General Carlos Bellos visited Billings

Mexican Consul General Carlos Bellos visited Billings on Thursday to meet with local law enforcement, Mayor Thomas Hanel and Big Sky Economic Development representatives.

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'Career criminal' sentenced for jumping bail

'Career criminal' sentenced for jumping bail

On Friday, a Billings judge sentenced “career criminal” Benjamin Quinn McChesney to five years in the Montana State Prison for jumping bail, resolving the last case against a man with a 15-year history of beating charges.

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Court rejects food labeling challenge

The meatpacking industry has failed to block a federal law requiring food labels that tell consumers whether their meat came from the United States.

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Montana Beef Council and Wendy's promote hamburgers in February

The Montana Beef Council has teamed up with Wendy’s to promote North American beef this month. The campaign will feature the Wendy’s ciabatta bacon cheeseburger.

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Sugar prices hit a sour note as beet harvest begins

Sugar prices hit a sour note as beet harvest begins

A sour economic outlook awaits sugar beet farmers as the Montana harvest begins with domestic sugar prices at a 30-year low.

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Investor testifies that Mexican factory was shed in Hamilton pastor's fraud trial

Investor testifies that Mexican factory was shed in Hamilton pastor's fraud trial

HAMILTON — Geoff Serata knew Hamilton pastor Harris Himes as a godly man, a spiritual leader and successful lawyer.

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Ranch groups prepare for fight over food labels

The battle over how much American shoppers should know about their meat is heating up with pro-food-labeling groups passing their hats for legal fees.

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Guest opinion: COOL makes sense for U.S. ranchers, consumers

It has been a long 12-year roller coaster ride to get Country of Origin Labeling for meat enacted and actually implemented. After our COOL law was challenged by Canada and Mexico in the World Trade Organization, the Obama Administration countered with an even stronger labeling requirement – …

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Faith leaders speak out on immigration reform bill

Faith leaders speak out on immigration reform bill

A group of faith leaders spent an hour Wednesday night talking about the importance of a new immigration reform bill under consideration in the U.S. Senate.

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Montana pig farmers eye Asian trade deal

When Dave Hofer’s piggies go to market, they’re often bound for Japan or China, which is why the Montana Hutterite is closely watching Trans Pacific free trade talks.

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Immigrants come forward to challenge Montana law

HELENA — Eight men who entered the U.S. illegally but have since become permanent residents say a new Montana law wrongly puts them at risk of being denied services and treats them as second-class people.

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Popularity of Mexican dances grows with Casper’s Hispanic population

Popularity of Mexican dances grows with Casper’s Hispanic population

CASPER, Wyo. — A foot-tapping bass beat can be heard outside a cinder block building at the Central Wyoming Fairgrounds. Inside, couples sidestep around a darkened dance floor as the sounds of accordion, saxophone, keyboard, guitar and drums form the music of Paralelo Norte.

November 24, 2012 11:45 pm Photos

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Coffee kiosk developers ordered to pay judgment

Coffee kiosk developers ordered to pay judgment

Coffee kiosk founders Brenda and Dennis Burkhartsmeier lost another legal battle Wednesday when a bankruptcy judge ordered them to pay $97,161 to a Billings investor they defrauded.

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Shots of tequila are poured

Shots of tequila are poured

Shots of tequila are poured out at Mango Deck on Medano Beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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Easygoing, luxurious 'Zona Turistica' is far removed from raucous Cabo

Easygoing, luxurious 'Zona Turistica' is far removed from raucous Cabo

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico — There's another side to Cabo San Lucas, where tequila is gold and not white and comes in short fluted glasses, not poured into your gullet by a funnel stuck in your mouth. A place where the food doesn't come on a stick or wrapped in a tortilla. Behind the guard-shack…

October 21, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Westin Resort & Spa in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Westin Resort & Spa in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

The lights from the Westin Resort & Spa in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, begin to glow as the moon rises over the Sea of Cortez.

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Billygan's Medano Beach Club

Billygan's Medano Beach Club

Billygan's Medano Beach Club on Medano beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, features a caballero doing lasso tricks.

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Zona Turistica

Zona Turistica

One of the bedrooms at The Bungalows Breakfast Inn in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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