A young business owner called our office the other day. He was downtrodden and dejected. He was getting married in two months, he had started a new business, a legal practice. He had not landed his first paying client yet, the wedding bills were coming due and he was depressed.
June tends to be Billings' most active month for hail storms. If you haven't already, be sure to take a look at your home insurance policy and study up on how hail damage is covered.
Once again, a journalist has told the community more about a candidate for public office than they could get from “authorities.”
DILLON -- Senior center Tyler Wesen of Glasgow High School has signed a letter of intent to join the football program at Montana Western in the fall.
Yellowstone County District Court is running shorthanded.
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President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy descend the stairs from Air Force One at Love Field in Dallas, on Nov. 22, 1963. This photo by Cecil Stoughton is from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Eric Holder has opened what will be an epic battle over whether our country will remain committed to equal rights at the ballot box. In a display of egregious judicial activism in late June, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Right…
When it came to power, accuracy and distance, Luis Saavedra had it all on Saturday.
The economic recovery data has been uplifting and positive for the past several months. The stock market is up, continues to rise and business continues to grow. “Should we Expand Our Business?” is one question we are asked frequently.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — As the West battles one catastrophic wildfire after another, the federal government is spending less and less on its main program for preventing blazes in the first place.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The one-sized-fits-all national requirements of No Child Left Behind would give way to standards that states write for themselves under legislation Senate Democrats announced Tuesday.
The man at the center of a tribute Saturday to emergency responders was killed April 17 in a fertilizer plant explosion in Texas, but his presence — and those of his fellow responders — was felt in an hourlong memorial service that was punctuated with a poignant video.
HELENA — The governor's office said Tuesday that it wasn't told that Republican state Attorney General Tim Fox would make Montana one of the states opposed to federal greenhouse gas emission rules.
RAWLINS — A registered sex offender accused of persuading a 14-year-old Rawlins girl to send him nude photos of herself through Facebook and by email has pleaded not guilty to sexual exploitation of children.
WASHINGTON — Jobs numbers and other benefits touted by supporters of the Keystone XL oil pipeline are probably exaggerated, President Barack Obama told House Republicans on Wednesday, according to lawmakers who attended the closed-door meeting.
The former Log Cabin Bakery on Montana Avenue will reopen soon as a Dickey’s BBQ Pit, part of a Texas-based company that started smoking and serving ribs in 1941.
OKLAHOMA CITY — While the debate continues over whether the United States will approve a proposed oil conduit from Canada to the Gulf Coast, the segment from Cushing, Okla., to the Texas Gulf Coast is halfway toward completion and could be transporting oil by the end of the year.
CTA Architects Engineers, which celebrates its 75th birthday this year, lists Dell Inc., Whole Foods and the National Park Service on its list of national and international clients.
A Texas company that has been fabricating equipment used in Canada’s oil sands at a Billings manufacturing plant has apparently sent temporary workers home as the project winds down.