Those on the fiscal year 2015 board of directors for the Business Improvement District include: Brad Anderson of Anderson Management Group whose term expires Dec. 31, 2015; Michelle Cormier of Players Paradise Casino and Michael Gray (chair of the board) of G&G Advertising, whose terms e…
Two Billings business owners received recognition in the Small Business Administration’s 2014 Small Business Week Awards announced Tuesday.
The 2014 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects elevated 139 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the profession. Montana architect and owner of High Plains Architects Randy Hafer was the …
The renovated and expanded building occupied by the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County recently became the first LEED Platinum-certified building in Red Lodge.
Adding a full kitchen to the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County was one of the goals when expansion was being considered.
The new gymnasium at the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County.
Skylights add natural light to the interior of the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County.
The basement of the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County, previously used for storage, now hosts a teen center.
MILES CITY -- A workshop on state and federal historic preservation tax incentive programs will run from 1 to 5 p.m. on Friday in the Miles City Elks Lodge, 619 Pleasant Ave.
Winners of the 2012 Roche Jaune Awards for Business Excellence have been named and were set to be announced Thursday at the Billings Depot.
With the opening of his new Tracy Lofts about a month away, Randy Hafer said he already has a waiting list with 20 names for the 19 apartments. That apparently is not unusual for people who own downtown living units. "We've not had a vacancy and we've been open for eight years," said Bill Ho…
Randy Hafer is making no attempt to mask the industrial character of the century-old building he is renovating into loft apartments.
Seen from the south, across the railroad tracks, the Tracy Lofts building is a work in progress.
Several apartments in the Tracy Lofts building feature galley-style kitchens and lots of windows.
A view from inside an apartment at the Tracy Lofts overlooks Montana Avenue.
Randy Hafer of High Plains Architects shows one of the apartments in the Tracy Lofts on Montana Avenue.
Developer Mike Schaer, who has spearheaded the rebirth of Montana Avenue, said he is one of the investors bankrolling the renovation of the Tracy building at North 26th Street by the railroad tracks.
Softening federal clean air and water laws would be a blow to the local economy, several green businesses told Sen. Jon Tester on Wednesday.