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.
A group of seventh- and eighth-graders from St. Francis Upper on Thursday got a taste for something their teachers hope will become a part of their lives forever — volunteering.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Business Council has been recognized for supporting policies and initiatives designed to promote access to capital for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
A little over two years ago, Heidi Jensen was hired to be the planner for the city of Laurel. But just two months into the job, a new opportunity came her way.
A new U.S. government report highlights serious gaps in mental health care for many American Indians and Alaska Natives, groups that suffer from problems including a teenage suicide rate more than twice the national average.
CHEYENNE — While the federal health care reform bill passed into law earlier this year isn’t popular in Wyoming, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Leslie Petersen on Thursday urged opponents to give it a second look.
HELENA — One week after the Montana Public Service Commission endorsed a new rule to divulge the salaries of top executives at regulated utilities, a Missoula water company is asking a judge to throw it out.