You probably know that old saying about those who forget history are bound to repeat it.
The selection process for naming someone to lead Montana’s VA Health Care system is taking “far, far too long,” U.S. Sen. Jon Tester said in a recent interview with The Billings Gazette. “It is unacceptable.”
Headshot of Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals contestants.
Wet snow and slick roads are blanketing southcentral Montana just in time for Thanksgiving travel.
The Montana Constitution is a wonderful document. It enshrines two things that Montanans hold dear: the right to know what their government is doing by participation and public documents. It also contains a clause which says that Montanans have a right to privacy.
Financial state. Montana collected a record-high amount of revenue in the first quarter of this fiscal year, which ended on Sept. 30, according to the office of Gov. Steve Bullock. Last week the executive and legislative branches began their biennial discussion of revenue projections for th…
Those of us who make a living in Montana’s outdoors keep track of a few important events on the calendar: the start of ski season, the end of hunting season, road closures in Glacier and Yellowstone and, yes, even Election Day.
The stakes are big next month for owner Kris Carpenter of Joy of Living on the Billings West End, where the holiday rush typically comprises 40 percent of her sales for the year.
One of Burger Dive owner Brad Halsten's top creations is on sale nationwide.
Wibaux celebrates ending its state-title drought Saturday after beating Chinook, 46-14.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas -- No. 2-ranked and unbeaten Texas at Brownsville fought off unranked Rocky Mountain College on Saturday for a 2-1 win during the opening round of the NAIA men's soccer playoffs.
A Wyoming boat dealer has temporarily set up a showroom at the Rimrock Mall in the former Scheels Sporting Goods space, and mall officials say they’re still seeking a permanent tenant.
POCATELLO, Idaho -- The women's volleyball season at Montana came to a close on Thursday with a 25-19, 25-15, 25-20 loss to second-seeded North Dakota at the Big Sky Conference tournament.
I have the honor of being one of Montana’s longest-serving mayors. As the mayor of Shelby (an office I’ve held since 1990) I’ve learned a thing or two about seizing every opportunity that comes our direction. I know Montana’s future is full of opportunities to create jobs and boost our small…
A lack of cooperation among some county coroners continues to hinder the Montana Suicide Review Team’s ability to examine the factors contributing to the state’s suicide rate, among the highest in the nation.
When it comes to choosing a preschool in Montana, parents are on their own.
NorthWestern Energy is the largest provider of renewable energy in Montana. With our acquisition of the dams, more than half of the electricity serving our 360,000 customers in Montana will come from renewable resources — water and wind. The electricity generation we use to provide our custo…
Billings tourism officials hope to put the Magic City on the minds of Twin Cities travelers this holiday season.
Last week, representatives elected on Nov. 4 to the Montana House met secretly in the basement of a Helena restaurant for a GOP caucus.
Political candidates usually passionately proclaim that the election in which they are running is “the most critical in a generation,” or the “the most important in modern history.” Despite the hype, elections, including the one that just occurred, are rarely turning points in history.