Letters of thanks from nonprofit organizations to the community will be printed on Christmas Day on Gazette opinion pages. Letters must be received by Dec. 18 for Christmas Day publication.
In this season of giving thanks, The Billings Gazette, once again, invites charitable organizations in our readership area to thank their supporters in a letter to the editor.
Montana voters are electing all 100 members of the state House of Representatives and half of the 50-member state Senate. Most of those races will receive relatively little media attention in an election season where open U.S. Senate and U.S. House seats are on the ballot.
More than 220 pounds of food has been distributed to more than a dozen needy families since March 12, and a new pantry is stocked to help more. The Lewis & Clark Teen Pantry is the brainchild of eighth-graders Paloma and Sophia Whitaker.
For the past 12 years, The Billings Gazette editorial board has been privileged to have a community member.
One year ago, Kurt Alme joined The Gazette editorial board as our community member. For the past 12 months, Kurt has been a terrific volunteer, sharing his knowledge, experience and valuable time with us.
Raising five kids is not for the faint-hearted, especially if you’ve not done it before -- and Bill hadn’t.
Less than a year after retiring from his feed and seed business in Grand Island, Neb., and moving home to Billings, Tony Seitz plunged into a program designed to advocate for some of the community's most vulnerable children.
Readers of this week's City Lights column will be relieved to learn that the mouse in Pat Bellinghausen's office is officially dead. The cat failed to do its duty, but building manager Karl Krahnert did his. He set a trap over the weekend and the rodent's corpse was discovered this morning…
As I write, a calico cat is prowling the office of Pat Bellinghausen, semi-intrepid opinion editor for The Gazette.
Royal Johnson has served his adopted hometown of Billings and his native state of Montana in countless public and community service roles for half a century. On Saturday, he's scheduled to be honored by his alma mater, the University of Montana.