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Anticipating home insurance problems after last May’s hail storm in Billings, Montana’s state insurance commissioner is dispatching claims experts to the city this week to meet with homeowners.
In Montana, a woman is paid 76 cents for the same work a man is paid a dollar. That means a woman must work more than 15 months to take home the pay a man receives in 12.
When he got his first computer, Adam Hanel wasn’t content to simply play games or type up his homework. The curious 9-year-old disassembles the machine to see how it worked.
Pat Lowthian and John Pulasky had one task Saturday: to get area students to think like a scientist or an engineer.
Billings, your 15 minutes of fame is calling – on C-SPAN.
The Endangered Species Act, the nation’s 40-year-old law of last resort for protecting wildlife from extinction, has become an economic roadblock to farmers and the coal and oil industry, witnesses told a congressional field hearing Wednesday.
Teen suicide will be the focus of a community meeting in Billings on Sept. 5 when a documentary kicks off an innovative suicide-prevention campaign.
To interest and prepare students for the 25th Annual Billings Clinic Research Center’s Science Expo, Barnes and Noble Booksellers, 530 S. 24th St., will hold a workshop from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Brian Kelly can rescue a stalled computer from the dead by sweeping away viruses, upgrading hardware and software and fixing anything else that's haywire.
Gov. Brian Schweitzer joined Steve Bullock in calling for a college tuition freeze during a stop Wednesday at Montana State University Billings. The governor, whose eight-year tenure ends in two months, is recommending a $36 million increase for higher education in his final budget proposal.…
College students who graduated in 2011 with a four-year degree from Montana schools did so with an average student debt of $24,113, just below the national average, a new study has found.
MILES CITY — On the afternoon of July 11, Lcpl. Chris Bogner was with fellow Marines in Sangin, a city in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan.
Seven-year-old Emma Thomas has some mighty big plans for the summer. Like so many other youngsters her age, she gets to attend summer camp. It’s a first.
A record number of women of all ages, shapes and sizes, most wearing the purple signature shirt of the Montana Women's Run, took to the streets at 8 a.m. Saturday as the first wave of females embarked on the 5-mile course.
Walk for Water, an event to raise awareness for the need for clean water, is set for Saturday at Montana State University Billings with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the Student Union building.
My first yoga tip is an “instant stress-reducer.”
Republicans will stampede into Billings next week for three days of debates, speeches and campaign classes.
Despite gray skies and temperatures in the mid-40s, a large crowd came downtown Saturday morning for the eighth annual HarvestFest.
Are you ready for some basketball?
After 10 years of working to involve and educate the Billings community on a 3,000-acre prairie ecosystem west of town, the Rim Country Land Institute ceased operations last month.