The fight to shore constitutional protections, including free speech and freedom of religion, has been waged in many states, including Montana.
Tim Lehman talks about the Constitution at Billings Public Library on Wednesday.
One candidate stands out in the race for district court judge — Bill O'Connor. He brings of experience in a wide variety of legal fields, a commitment to fairness and integrity and a dedication to treating all members of our community with equality and dignity.
Billings, your 15 minutes of fame is calling – on C-SPAN.
University of Wyoming professor Alyson Hagy won her second High Plains Book Award on Saturday, receiving the prize for best fiction title during a ceremony at Montana State University Billings.
”Bloodshed at Little Bighorn,” by Tim Lehman, the High Plains Book Award winner for best nonfiction.
Six regional authors are scheduled to be on hand July 23 at the Joliet Jamboree.
Over the next several weeks, The Gazette will be running reviews of books that are finalists for the 2011 High Plains Book Awards, which will be handed out Oct. 15. Here is the schedule (subject to change):
Two authors scored as finalists in two different categories for the prestigious High Plains Book Awards.
The following local residents have been appointed to the Eastern Montana Resource Advisory Council, which advises the Bureau of Land Management on public land issues: John Sterchi, federal grazing; Howard Boggess, historical interests; Bernard Rose, environmental; Tim Lehman, academia; Harol…
The Battle of the Little Bighorn is an even more popular topic to write about now than several decades ago, says Rocky Mountain College history professor Tim Lehman.