Now that the primaries are over, it’s time to take the temperature of the political climate in Montana. And wherever politicians in this state might stand on the issues of water and weather, they would all agree that, when it comes to politics, our state will get a whole lot warmer in the ne…
Montana's largest mining company says it has reached a five-year contract with a maker of pollution control equipment to purchase all of its mined palladium and a significant share of its platinum.
Stillwater Mining Co. has signed an agreement with a chemicals company based in the United Kingdom.
Montana's largest mining company says its precious metals production rose modestly while recycled metal volumes dropped sharply in the first quarter of 2014.
Montana's largest mining company racked up a $270 million net loss last year after writing down the value of two foreign properties and putting more focus on its precious metal mines in the Beartooth mountains, according to filings with federal regulators.
Newly elected U.S. Rep. Steve Daines reached out to Billings residents Tuesday during an open house held at his downtown office.
A former Montana governor considered a dark horse candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination has joined a hedge fund's attempt to take control of the state's largest publicly-owned mining company.
Mr. Thrifty’s Foods owners Ed Hoem and Larry Mathew said business has been very good for the four years they’ve been running a downtown store at 201 N. 14th St.
Stillwater Mining Co. has closed its purchase of a Canadian company with substantial platinum and palladium reserves.
Greg Roset, right, head of operations at Stillwater Mining Co.’s smelter in Columbus, explains the smelting process to Sen. Jon Tester, left, while Stillwater CEO Frank McAllister looks on. The tour came after mine officials, union representatives and Tester discussed their next actions in t…
A Montana congressman wants a hearing into General Motors Co.'s continued use of foreign precious metals suppliers after canceling a contract with a Montana company.
When Jack Hayman was 18, he graduated from high school on a Friday and started work at a mine in Mullen, Idaho, the following Monday.
Jack Hayman was one of 526 employees who received a layoff notice.