It sure is difficult, and perhaps a bit foolhardy, to break away from a truly wonderful job. But the lure of some overdue travel and other diversions prompts me to seize the day. And actually, today is THE day, my last as editor of The Billings Gazette.
Billings Gazette editor Steve Prosinski, who took over leadership of the newsroom staff in 2000, is leaving the newspaper June 14.
A Yellowstone County District Court judge has ordered the city of Billings to release all the information sought by The Billings Gazette in regard to city workers suspended for inappropriate computer use at work.
We’re rolling out some changes, big and small, across our pages and digital platforms this week.
As our readership has grown over our 125 years, The Billings Gazette has certainly had to change with the times and embrace new technology to deliver the best possible news and advertising package to customers.
Gazette editor Steve Prosinski, left, greets visitors at the main entrance of the newspaper's building in Billings on Sunday, May 16, 2010 during a public tour to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Gazette.
We would prefer not to do stories about our efforts to pry public documents away from public officials. We’d much rather receive the documents in a timely manner, review them and report any relevant news to our community of readers, residents, voters and taxpayers.
Thousands of children, parents, grandparents, coaches and fans get all excited and sweaty each year as they participate (on the field of play or as spectators on the sidelines) in myriad youth sports. Billings and other Montana and Wyoming communities are just like so many other cities and t…
I've been staying away from the computer most of the weekend, having had Friday off and wanting to make the most of my three-day break. I don't if I made the most, but it was pretty swell. Gazette editor Steve Prosinski had a good piece in the paper this morning, talking about the crazy str…