A Darby man was found not guilty Tuesday in United States District Court in Missoula of threatening to kill President Barack Obama and his family.
Proponents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline have complained that election-year politics is behind President Barack Obama’s recent decision to hold off on approval of the $5.4 billion project.
James King, a former physician living in Billings, did what he was supposed to this tax season. His only regret is that he didn't do it earlier.
Brad Fimrite and Wayne Wilson of Billings helped Yellowstone National Park solve a nagging waste disposal issue by developing a machine that recycles leftover fuel from propane cylinders that campers use in lanterns, heaters and stoves.
Anyone who ever hustled to boost sales, roll out new products and make payroll understands that starting a business can be a monumental challenge.
In his State of the Union speech last month, President Obama drew widespread attention for pledging to use executive authority to advance his priorities. He insisted he intends to act with or without Congress, and listed well over a dozen actions he plans to take by executive order.
Perched at one of the busiest intersections in Billings, the Western Security Bank building at 2401 Grand Ave. recently received an exterior re-arrangement and first-floor remodel. The 1970s-era, four-story structure was standing long before the words “West End” were part of the local vocabu…
Lance Lanning says the work of Provision International, a worldwide Christian ministry of outreach, can be distilled into a few simple tasks.
WASHINGTON — The education of Barack Obama is a protracted process as he repeatedly alights upon the obvious with a sense of original discovery. In a recent MSNBC interview, he restocked his pantry of excuses for his disappointing results, announcing that “we have these big agencies, some of…
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President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy descend the stairs from Air Force One at Love Field in Dallas, on Nov. 22, 1963. This photo by Cecil Stoughton is from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
On Thursday, it was State District Judge Susan P. Watters’ turn to graduate from family drug court.
The merger of two longtime Montana contracting firms took about 18 months and required many steps along the way. But all of that paperwork was worth the effort, as company officials look forward to new opportunities.
Nordlund joins BIRD
A lot of my corporate clients are asking about combining sales meetings and conferences with a “leisure reward.” They want to further incentivize their teams to engage at their meetings and give them a little something back. Choosing Hawaii or a cruise ship as a destination fits the bill.
The Northern Cheyenne tribal council ousted the tribe's president Wednesday over allegations that he violated the due process of an employee he fired, a tribal spokesman said.
Stockman Bank is Montana’s largest family-owned bank. It's roots run deep in western heritage and Montana history. In 1953, William “Bill” Nefsy purchased the Miles City Bank and started growing a successful family banking business one customer at a time. A well-known rancher, Nefsy’s foray …
May 4, 2013
The tickets couldn’t have been more surprising, or more golden if they’d come from Willy Wonka.