Wendy’s of Montana has been sold to a Spokane, Wash., company, ending four decades of local ownership of a business that donated millions to Billings-area causes.
Wendy’s of Montana founder Sam McDonald, center, is flanked by his son Greg, right, and Dave Williams as they listen to a story about his Senior High School football days after the announcement of plans to build Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium in 2006.
They started in different fields and different eras, but they found something in common in the end: success.
One of the largest infill apartment complexes in Billings is about to open on Avenue E and 17th Street West.
A block-long apartment complex that was opposed by some neighbors won the blessing of the Billings City Council on Tuesday night.
Drought, lightning and bad luck turned the 2012 fire season into Montana’s worst in more than 100 years, making it one of the biggest news stories of the past year.
The Midland Roundtable honored deceased Billings businessman and philanthropist Sam McDonald at its monthly meeting Thursday at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
In Montana, the name McDonald is synonymous with Wendy’s, because of Sam E. McDonald Jr.
Sam McDonald, a standout athlete, successful businessman and noted philanthropist, died Monday at 76.
In 2005, Sam McDonald listens to a story about his football career at Senior High School from former coach Bill Lazetich during a press conference at the Lincoln Center. McDonald and the Wendy's of Montana Foundation announced plans to put synthetic turf on the new Wendy's Field at Daylis St…
The price for 300 feet of access along Grand Avenue by a street light at 14th Street West is a cool $1 million.