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Montana Revenue Department auctioning off unclaimed items

Unclaimed jewelry, rare coins, trinkets and other collectibles across Montana will soon be up for grabs to the highest bidder.

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Taco Treat adding Heights, West End locations

Taco Treat adding Heights, West End locations

Taco lovers in Billings Heights and the West End will soon have a new treat.

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Salad store reopens with new name, Greens & More

Greens & More is the same salad store, but under a different, more flexible brand at West Park Promenade, its new owner said last week.

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With anchor Scheels leaving, Rimrock Mall facing big challenges

With anchor Scheels leaving, Rimrock Mall facing big challenges

Walking through Rimrock Mall and meeting community members, new mall manager Devin Hartley is usually confronted with one common question.

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Groups gearing up for newest coal fight

Groups gearing up for newest coal fight

Montanans are gearing up for the latest round in the coal wars, with industry supporters trying to protect jobs while environmentalists seek a shift to renewable energy.

July 20, 2014 4:00 am Photos

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Have You Heard: Spicy Pickle reopens in Billings

Have You Heard: Spicy Pickle reopens in Billings

For the second time in a month, a pickle-themed sandwich shop has returned to Billings.

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Riverside Park: The heart of Laurel's history

Riverside Park: The heart of Laurel's history

It’s easy to drive by Riverside Park south of Laurel and not realize its rich history as a booster of the Depression-era Yellowstone Valley economy and temporary home for German prisoners of war.

July 19, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Insurance office looking for 12 agents in Billings

New York Life’s Montana office is looking for a few good insurance agents this year. A dozen, to be exact.

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Magazine names Fairview man a Montana Money Hero

Dennis Trudell, of Fairview, is a Montana Money Hero, according to Money Magazine.

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Have You Heard: Soup and Such expanding to Shiloh Crossing

Shoppers at Shiloh Crossing will have a new place to eat when a new strip mall opens on the Billings West End.

July 13, 2014 12:00 am
Great Falls-area brothers bring their Bayou Grill to Billings

Great Falls-area brothers bring their Bayou Grill to Billings

Harold and Larry Goode have added some Southern spice to the Billings South Side, and that’s not so bad for business at the Vegas Hotel.

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Soup and Such expanding to Shiloh Crossing

Soup and Such expanding to Shiloh Crossing

Shoppers at Shiloh Crossing will have a new place to eat when a new strip mall opens on the Billings West End.

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Economist: Rapid changes in health care mean jobs for Billings

Economist: Rapid changes in health care mean jobs for Billings

Expanding Medicaid rolls would likely create thousands of jobs in the Billings area, but would also cost taxpayers millions, a University of Montana health care economist said in Billings Thursday.

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Granary restaurant sold, undergoing big changes

Granary restaurant sold, undergoing big changes

The iconic Granary restaurant in Billings has a new owner, a new focus and — within the next month — a new name.

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Crowd packs Pickle Barrel at new West End location

Crowd packs Pickle Barrel at new West End location

The Pickle Barrel officially opened to the public Monday in Billings, slinging sandwiches and soups to a bustling lunch crowd.

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Have You Heard: Company says new dollar stores make sense in Montana

The struggling Family Dollar company is making a big expansion into Montana, and locals are excited about the new retail option, particularly in remote areas.

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RMC student uses class to boost his livestock business

RMC student uses class to boost his livestock business

BOYD — Zane Holdbrook is tackling his newest livestock venture with the energy of a cowboy and the sensibility of an accountant.

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Natural food seller takes shot at Lucky's

Natural food seller takes shot at Lucky's

The natural food wars are underway in Billings, and they’re playing out on the front doorstep of Lucky’s Market.

July 05, 2014 3:45 am Photos

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Billings chamber seeking next generation of leaders

Billings is not just your grandfather’s town anymore, so the chamber of commerce is seeking to help young professionals engage in civic activity.

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Granary restaurant closing for renovations

Don’t plan on making any reservations next month at The Granary restaurant at 1500 Poly Drive.

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Protecting your home takes planning, preparation

Protecting your home takes planning, preparation

You’ve scrimped and saved thousands for that down payment. Then you picked out the perfect place in the perfect neighborhood and found the right furniture, cabinets and other decor to make the house a home.

June 29, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Lucky Lil's Casino to open in Noodle Express spot

Lucky Lil's Casino to open in Noodle Express spot

A Lucky Lil’s Casino is moving into the home of a former Asian-style restaurant.

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney goes after Obama at energy trade show

Former Vice President Dick Cheney goes after Obama at energy trade show

Former Vice President Dick Cheney continued his harsh criticism of the Obama administration in Billings on Wednesday, saying the president is peddling a “false narrative” about increased turmoil in Iraq.

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Vendors, lookers turn out for Energy Expo at MetraPark

Vendors, lookers turn out for Energy Expo at MetraPark

For Terry Emly, it’s all about building a better mousetrap to protect against oil tank spills.

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Yellowstone gateway businesses team up on new app

Yellowstone gateway businesses team up on new app

Businesses at the gateway to Yellowstone National Park can now market themselves on a new online app for travelers.

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Pharmacy finds new, higher-profile location

Colleen Baker is shining a bigger light on her slimmed-down pharmacy.

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Booming sound of hail: Businesses keep busy in wake of storm

Booming sound of hail: Businesses keep busy in wake of storm

First came the hailstorm, then the rush to assess the damage — and now for many businesses, the chance to cash in on repairs.

June 22, 2014 12:15 am Photos

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Simply Wine leaving Rimrock Mall; owner says she was forced out

Simply Wine leaving Rimrock Mall; owner says she was forced out

It’s a difficult time at Simply Wine, where owner Sue Rydquist says Rimrock Mall is forcing her to leave after three years.

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Menards eying Billings for hardware store

Representatives of Menards, a Wisconsin-based hardware chain, are sniffing around the Billings West End for a possible expansion, city officials said Friday.

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Scheels construction on track; Ferris wheel coming next month

Scheels construction on track; Ferris wheel coming next month

A piece of the fair is coming to the new Scheels sporting goods store next month.

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$55 million in new tax credits available for economic development

Montana businesses have a larger pool to seek loans for startups and expansions.

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Missoula pump and pipe business building in Billings

Missoula-based Mountain Supply Co. is building a new home in Billings.

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Brewer Dental opens 4th location with new specialists

Brewer Dental opens 4th location with new specialists

Crooked smiles are even bigger business for Brewer Dental.

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SBA Official: 'Obamacare' won't kill jobs

New federal health insurance laws won’t be the job killers that critics fear, a U.S. Small Business Administration official said Thursday in Billings.

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Billings firm wins national small business award

Billings firm wins national small business award

Billings-based engineering firm Sanderson Stewart was named the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Thursday in Washington, D.C.

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New location for West End auto parts store

New location for West End auto parts store

The new car smell hasn’t worn off inside the Auto Trim Design and CarNu Detail shop on Billings' West End.

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Soco gas stations switch from Exxon to Liberty brand

Soco gas stations switch from Exxon to Liberty brand

A third-generation oil man, Mykel Stockton has seen business gush, and he’s seen it run dry. His Soco Express service stations have hit a trough now, but the Billings man sees boom times ahead.

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Marketing business thriving in the heart of downtown

Marketing business thriving in the heart of downtown

Dana Pulis is discovering the heart of downtown Billings is the perfect place for her fast-moving marketing agency.

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Billings burger rocks at the top

Billings burger rocks at the top

It’s a burger that makes both Ozzy Osbourne and a top online business magazine proud.

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Pickle Barrel nearing completion, may be open by July

Pickle Barrel nearing completion, may be open by July

Construction of the new Pickle Barrel restaurant on the West End is nearly finished, and the owners say they hope to open later this month or in early July.

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New convenience store opening on Central Avenue

New convenience store opening on Central Avenue

Workers are expected to complete by July 1 the newest Casey’s Corner Market at 3443 Central Ave. in Billings.

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Carter's clothing for kids opening Billings store

Carter’s, a top clothing store for tykes, is opening a new store on Billings’ West End this month.

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Montana's first Big Frog T-shirt franchise opening soon

Owner Brett Maas is working to open Montana’s first Big Frog custom T-shirt franchise in Billings.

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Candy Town USA renovates to pack in more sugar

The sugar is back at Shiloh Crossing on the West End, and it’s about to be joined by a new splash of style.

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Experts: Economy improving after winter drop

Experts: Economy improving after winter drop

Despite a recent report of a slowing national economy, two national investment experts said Thursday in Billings that they still see signs of improving markets and consumer demand.

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Laurel couple buys Blue Creek gun complex

Laurel couple buys Blue Creek gun complex

Ever since he was a boy, Mike Bergman has felt most comfortable outside, whether he’s carrying a rifle or tending crops.

May 25, 2014 12:15 am Photos

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Laurel moms create gathering spot for women

Two stay-at-home moms are hoping to create a gathering place for women and a much-needed boost to downtown Laurel.

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Inland Truck Parts consolidating into new retail service center

Inland Truck Parts is consolidating its two Billings shops into a new retail service center on South Frontage Road near the banks of Yellowstone River.

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Walsh holds business roundtable in Billings

Walsh holds business roundtable in Billings

Billings-area business leaders urged U.S. Sen. John Walsh Friday for help in retaining quality workers, navigating federal regulations and freeing loan money for expansion.

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35 union workers at Stillwater mine accept buyouts

35 union workers at Stillwater mine accept buyouts

Thirty-five union workers at Stillwater Mining Co. have accepted voluntary terminations to help Montana’s largest mining company cut costs, union officials said.

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