MISSOULA — The corner of Orange Street and Broadway Avenue in downtown Missoula is going to look much different in a couple years.
This week’s celebration for the fledgling Billings Home Center has pushed fundraising to $92,700 — about $30,000 short of what’s needed to fund the one-stop housing shop for its first year of existence.
Even before organizers began seeking donations to build the Billings Home Center, they found checks for $52,500 in their shirt pocket.
Two former employees of Stockman Bank’s Miles City branch office recently filed a federal lawsuit alleging sex discrimination by supervisors.
Two Florida women arrested in Billings and accused of being involved in a “very meticulous” coast-to-coast check-fraud scheme — possibly involving hundreds of thousands of dollars — appeared in court Thursday, where a judge set their bonds at $500,000 each.
A video analysis center for golf and baseball is being built on the east end of the driving range at Peter Yegen Golf Club in Billings.
A man who prosecutors say broke windows at two banks early on Monday — telling police he did so to bring attention to a supposed ring of meth traffickers — made an initial court appearance Tuesday.
Standing in front of about 75 people in the Yellowstone Academy auditorium, Elly Pfirsch described how programs through the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch have affected her life.
Stockman Bank of Montana has announced it is buying Basin State Bank, which has $115 million in assets and branches in Stanford, Lewistown and Geraldine.
A rebounding real estate market has kept Stockman Bank busy in the Billings market, said Ryan Auer, residential real estate market manager for Stockman.
The work of Dovetail Designs and Millwork Inc. is on display at some of the biggest commercial projects in the Billings area.
Spencer Frederick played on the University of Montana’s national championship team of 2001. These days he likes to unwind outdoors with his family
Ryan Auer is residential real estate market manager for Stockman Bank.
For what may be the first time in a Montana bankruptcy court, a judge has ordered the home of former casino owner Philip Keith be sold to help pay back millions of dollars in debts.
The Bakken oil boom and skyrocketing farm commodity prices kept the Billings economy chugging through the recession, and still economic developers believe its train has yet to come in.
Twenty-one chefs are working to prepare dishes for the sixth annual Montana March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction on Oct. 21 at the Billings Depot.
Senior linebacker Josh Johnson of Rocky Mountain College can’t wait to get back on the field Saturday afternoon against visiting Carroll College.