Melvin and Kathryn Johnson may not have received the most schooling in their lifetime, but the Vida-area farmers did their part on Tuesday to ensure that many Montana youth will.
Neighbors of an oil well north of Belfry are asking Carbon County Commissioners to protect the community from the consequences of oil and gas exploration.
Montana Tech received approval from the Board of Regents on Friday to move forward to purchase property in Billings for one of its operations.
WILSON, Wyo. - Zoning concerns are causing the owner of a tiny school in Wilson to look for a new location for the academy.
The following business licenses were issued during August of 2013. The information is provided by the city of Billings.
The following business licenses were issue during July of 2013. The information is collected by the city of Billings.
JACKSON, Wyo. — The U.S. Forest Service has entered into a contract to sell 10 acres at Bridger-Teton National Forest headquarters in Jackson.
CASPER, Wyo. — Residents at the Skyler Inn in Casper weren't happy when they were told they had seven days to vacate their rooms at the soon-to-close hotel.
Driving around Billings recently, I was amazed to see the number of “For Rent/For Lease” signs for commercial properties all over town. Where did all of the vacant space come from? Surely, not all of these businesses closed or went out of business.
A 63-acre parcel south of Interstate 90 that was annexed into the city in late March will likely generate a lot of interest for future commercial development.
HELENA — The state Revenue Department will ask the 2013 Legislature to authorize it to reappraise residential, commercial, agricultural and forest property across the state every two years to replace the current six-year reappraisal cycles.
The current Natrona County Commissioners will be paying, literally, for the sins of omission committed by their predecessors when they didn't act to enforce property codes, commissioners said last week.
Home decorating can be intimidating, leaving some people content with the brick-and-2x4 bookshelves, bare windows and stark, white walls. That's perfectly fine for the minimalist.
Until you’ve been threatened by a company trying to take possession of your land, eminent domain probably doesn’t mean much to you. When a developer knocks on your door, saying it needs a 60-foot swath through your land and that you should sign an agreement for the good of the public, you ma…
HELENA - A property rights group has submitted documents to Montana's secretary of state for a petition to halt a new business-friendly eminent domain law.
More than 40 Montana sporting groups have signed a letter sent to Sen. Jon Tester and Rep. Denny Rehberg earlier this month urging them to back initiating an eminent domain action on Cherry Creek Road, south of Big Timber.