“Mad as Hell: The Making of ‘Network’ and the Fateful Vision of the Angriest Man in Movies”
Below are listed U.S. patents issued to Montana inventors July 31-Aug. 21, 2012. The information is provided by Billings patent attorney Antoinette M. Tease. Call 657-1562 to include patents in our list.
Doran Hatcher. Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012.
At a Dade County courtroom, Blain Heckaman, left, and Ian O'Flaherty, display their TrialPad application. The $89.99 app for lawyers to use in trial to present digital evidence, instead of hiring a tech consultant by the hour to show evidence.
Carla Larin is an intern from Bergen Academy working at PlumWillow, a fashion themed social shopping community on the Internet.
With job openings few and far between, it’s more important than ever that job seekers’ strategy is on target — and networking should be the basis of that strategy. (Courtesy photo) With NETWORKING, The Orange County Register by Kate Berry
A Twitter page is displayed on Parikh’s office monitor.
Dr. Rahul Parikh of Kaiser looks over his Twitter page to communicate with patients at his Walnut Creek, CalifMcClatchy Newspapers Dr. Rahul Parikh looks over his Twitter page to communicate with patients at his Walnut Creek, Calif., office on July 14. Doctors, like Parikh, a pediatrician, a…
Shame on the Montana county clerk and recorders. They have staff sitting around with nothing to do, so why won't they search all their records for the folks at Treasure State Network so they don't have to?
The June 12 article "Church network aims to lift people out of homelessness" accurately depicted the intent of the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Yellowstone County transitional housing project. Missing, however, was how IHN purchased the duplexes and obtained the grants. Two critical req…
The alphabet is taped to the wall in one of four apartments the Interfaith Hospitality Network has purchased for transitional housing for homeless families at 1427 and 1429 Ave. C.
From left, Adela Awner, Jeff Kanning and Andy Rio of the Interfaith Hospitality Network take a look Wednesday at a duplex at 1427 Ave. C.
Jeff Kanning, right, and Andy Rio of the Interfaith Hospitality Network stand in one of the four apartments at 1427 and 1429 Ave. C that they plan on using for transitional housing for homeless families Wednesday, June 3, 2009.
A yellow and brown duplex on Avenue C soon will offer one more tool to overcome homelessness in Yellowstone County.
Recent white supremacist activity in Billings is nothing new, and community response over time will determine its prevalence in town, a Montana Human Rights Network spokesman said Thursday night.
OGDEN, Utah - Four players from Montana and two from Montana State have been named to the Sports Network All-America Football Championship Subdivision team.