The Billings Gazette recently received two President’s Awards given by Lee Enterprises President Mary Junck. The annual awards recognize communications companies within Lee for achievements in outstanding journalism, innovation, achievement and spirit. The Billings Gazette is part of Lee Ent…
Mike Gulledge, publisher of The Billings Gazette.
Every day, we use this space to tell our community's story.
For the past 12 years, The Billings Gazette editorial board has been privileged to have a community member.
The new editor of The Billings Gazette is Darrell Ehrlick, a Billings native who now is editor of the Casper Star-Tribune in Wyoming.
Billings Gazette editor Steve Prosinski, who took over leadership of the newsroom staff in 2000, is leaving the newspaper June 14.
Great schools are good for business.
Organizers of the 33rd annual Heart & Sole Run are expecting a record turnout for the race Saturday, June 16.
Lee Enterprises, parent company of The Billings Gazette, announced Friday that it has reached agreements to refinance about $1 billion in debt through a pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Montana Meth Project Chairman Mike Gulledge addresses the crowd with Rep. Denny Rehberg, R-Mont., Montana Meth Project Executive Director Amy Rue and teen advisory council volunteer Emily Dean at Senior High on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011.
Jim McGowan, sales and marketing director of the Missoulian and Ravalli Republic, has been promoted to publisher of both newspapers.
Billings Gazette publisher Mike Gulledge speaks at a press conference Monday detailing the successes of this year's Heart and Sole Run.
As our readership has grown over our 125 years, The Billings Gazette has certainly had to change with the times and embrace new technology to deliver the best possible news and advertising package to customers.
David Irion, president of the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, center, talks about the changes to this year's Heart and Sole run as sponsors Mike Gulledge, publisher of The Billings Gazette, left, and Patrice Elliot, district president of Wells Fargo Bank, look on during a press conference…
ZooMontana staff and board members are scrambling on a long-term business plan to prove the zoo should keep its accreditation.
After a whirlwind of community fundraising that elicited $500,000 in donations and pledges to save ZooMontana, it’s disappointing to learn that the zoo’s accreditation will be in limbo for at least a few more weeks and perhaps till September.