LAUREL — In 1961, 21-year-old Leonard Fichtner became the youngest General Motors franchise owner in history after acquiring the family business from his father. As far as he knows, there has never been a younger GM dealer.
For the majority of us who drive downtown, snagging a parking spot is part of the daily routine.
As she watched her husband and a crew of workers push, pull and guide four antique tractors onto the back of a 48-foot-long flatbed trailer, Marcie Cooke Limpp stood nearby, watching and smiling.
Two sisters, crossing Main Street in Lewistown Wednesday, were struck by a southbound 16-year-old who did not see them until it was too late.
The following business licenses were issued during March 2014. The information is collected by the city of Billings.
Paradise Valley is where buffalo roam and the deer and antelope play. As the only year-round route into Yellowstone National Park, Highway 89 is used by more than a million park visitors annually. Anglers and boaters are drawn to fishing access sites along the Yellowstone River that Highway …
RIVERTON - Officials at the Riverton Police Department say they aren't interested in using a new national dispatch program recently purchased by the Fremont County Sheriff's Office Communications Center.
HELENA — Montana is falling “dangerously behind” by not enacting highway safety laws that a national advocacy group says are needed to save lives and prevent injuries.
When they entered the Billings auto market 20 years ago, Steve Zabawa and John Soares Jr., had no pretensions of someday ranking among the state’s major dealerships.
WASHINGTON — For commercial truck drivers such as Charles Ryser, when the wheels aren’t turning, you aren’t earning.
In the world of semi-truck service and sales, location along a major corridor is Everything with a capital “E.” Driving into Billings from the east, where I-90 merges with I-94, the iconic red Peterbilt sign fills the skyline as drivers top the Lockwood hills. That site was part of the grand…
Flying in and out of Billings for business or vacation, in many cases, is probably the best part of the actual travel experience. Our lines are smaller, the airline representatives are more helpful, and who doesn’t love just two baggage carousels — your luggage comes out here or over there.
If the developers working on the Billings FedEx project didn’t write the book on good neighbor policy, they should write one now.
Shut down by federal officials over safety violations, Billings-based passenger bus service Rimrock Stages is working to reopen, but it will likely take weeks, the company’s president said Monday.
President Barack Obama’s re-election generated calls for him to quickly approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline and pleas for him to reject it permanently.