Women are a growing force in the business world, but if they own a company, they may still struggle to get a loan from a bank.
Change is in the air. Over the past several years, downtown Billings has witnessed a massive transformation, including remodeled buildings along Montana Avenue, a new library, renovated Northern Hotel, a new federal courthouse and a plethora of changes in the medical corridor.
A new client who was in the restaurant business decided to run a food truck after his restaurant closed due to road construction.
A concrete structure that helps deliver water to farmers along the Big Horn Canal was in danger of failure because of water-caused erosion stretching over decades.
If there’s one thing Rod Wilson has learned in his career as a real estate developer, it’s that spring weather always brings customers to his door.
HELENA — The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Montana collected $28.3 million in civil and criminal actions in fiscal year 2013.
A U.S. House vote Thursday to cut an estimated 3 million poor people from federal food stamp rolls was a necessary step toward passing a five-year farm bill, U.S. Rep. Steve Daines said.
By TOM HOWARD
Amend Park in Billings will be the site for local and regional competition for the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship this coming Thursday through Saturday.
Clinic signs pact in Livingston
If you’re thinking about selling a business that you’ve steadily built over the years, or if the market has boosted the value of certain shares within your stock portfolio, it’s a good idea to pull the trigger before the end of the year, financial experts say.
When it comes to power golf, it's tough to top the smooth-swinging Dan McIntosh.
School’s been out for most Billings high school students since the first week of June. But hundreds have been studying this summer at Lincoln Education Center to earn credits for classes they either failed or were unable to complete during the regular school year.
MetraPark anchors much of Billings’ major event and convention business. At its best, the county-owned facility can be a great partner to local business. Together, the public facility and private sector can offer visitors the premier indoor sports venue in Montana, the widest variety of shop…
They came. They spent. They went home happy.
A local businessman who once served as Natrona County development director is facing a default court judgment because lawyers for the company suing him for unpaid bills have been unable to locate him.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Several Wyoming contractors claim the required specifications for a $7 million water pipeline project in northwest Wyoming disqualified them from bidding on the job.
David Murnion and Jacqueline Mercenier live in the proverbial cabin in the woods, in the foothills of the Little Snowy Mountains, 19 miles from the nearest post office, nearly two miles up a four-wheel-drive track from the gravel road, where they pursue life off the grid.