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The Montana Department of Livestock has extended the quarantine order issued for Big Horn County by one day after two skunks tested positive for rabies.
Western Bail Bonds in Billings is featured in this week’s episode of “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt,” premiering Saturday at 10 p.m. on CMT.
Mike and Allison Nys tour the Abraham and Carrie Erb historical home that they purchased and are now remodeling.
Albertsons customer Loretta Ramus responds to the announcement of the grocery store's sale.
Former assistant administrator with the Environmental Protection Agency Dr. Winston Porter talks about the future of fracking.
Striking employees from the local Sweetheart Bakery reacts to the news about the possibility of liquidation.
iConnect Montana chief executive Andy York discusses why Montana is a great location for data storage.
Bainville rancher Pat Wilson talks about the rapid growth quickly changing the Montana town.
When the economy dipped, Rimrock Mall's newest addition, White House|Black Market, relied on high-quality service to remain successful.
Dave Simkin talks about the upcoming Leslile's Hallmark which is opening in Rimrock Mall this October.
The Adult Resource Alliance of Yellowstone County held a seminar for seniors to help prevent them from becoming fraud victims.
Stockton Oil owner Mykel Stockton holds up two checks he mailed Friday to pay the May 31 property tax bills to Yellowstone County. The tax bills got overlooked during an employee's vacation.
Air traveler Calista Singley compares her experiences with airport security between El Paso International Airport and the Billings Logan airport.
Elder Justice Coalitions' Bob Blancato explains why elder abuse is growing rural communities and how people can help to curb down the growing trend.
Local area merchants were invited to attend a free fraud protection workshop featuring MasterCard employees.
Vice president of US Bank Bill Grottwals and Northern Hotel co-owner Mike Nelson talk about the reopening of the Northern Hotel.
Mayor Tom Hanel and Allegiant Air announce a nonstop flight to the San Francisco and Oakland area.
Beginning April 26, Allegiant Travel Co. will fly nonstop from Billings to the Bay Area twice a week and is offering introductory fares as low as $39.99 for a one-way ticket.
Allegiant Travel Co. confirmed Tuesday that its airline will start flying once-a-week flights from Billings to the Bay Area on April 26.
Allegiant Travel Co. plans to announce Tuesday that it will begin low-cost, nonstop flights from Billings to Oakland International Airport in California, a quick seven-mile hop from San Francisco.
By late summer, Montana Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull should be gaveling a federal trial to order in a new $60 million federal courthouse in Billings.
Kyle Austin, who worked seven years as a pharmacist for Wal-Mart, is opening his own shop in Laurel.
Work was scheduled to begin last week on the sister building to the federal courthouse, the $30 million office building on the former Aldrich’s Lumber site at 2021 Fourth Ave. N.
After rejecting the first bid as too low, the federal Bureau of Land Management is holding another sale on a huge Bull Mountain coal tract next month.
Some fly fishermen obsessed with dreams of becoming master anglers reach their goals.
Good riddance is the emotion expressed by Billings broker Howard Sumner about last year’s housing market.
In the early 1980s, Glenn West, an owner of The Classic Angler, another local fishing shop that eventually closed, hired Jim McCall for his first fly-fishing job.
Rocky Mountain Bank is investing $1 million to remodel a downtown building for its third bank facility in Billings.
Energy sales, including at the Laurel refinery, helped CHS Inc. more than double its earnings for the last quarter.
Family and friends helped salvage hundreds of Old West ranching and horse competition treasures from a house fire Tuesday near Shepherd.
The 13th Subway Sandwich shop in Billings is now a neighbor to the Three Sights Shooting Range at Central Avenue and Moore Lane.
The Keystone XL pipeline that would run from Canada through Montana to Texas is being sold largely on claims it would bring 20,000 direct jobs to a job-desperate United States.
The Bakken oil boom that has turned Williston, N.D., into a chaotic circus offers Billings and Eastern Montana both opportunity and challenges, said business and community leaders who gathered Friday in Billings for an energy forum.
The merger of Shopko Stores and Pamida, which both serve smaller cities and towns, should add as many as 46 jobs to Montana and Wyoming.
Montanans turned to the eastern half of the state for optimistic economic news in 2011.
Billings is the only major Montana city now without at least one Hallmark store, but company scouts have made two trips to town to nose around for another location.
Reflections during Christmas 2011 include some incredible sights that we lifetime northerners hadn’t seen before.
The holiday mailing crunch is the Ironman marathon for package handlers, who work through Christmas Eve.
Senior manager of Billings' FedEx Express Mike Bracken talks about the large volume of deliveries his company will be making this holiday season.
Some 50 Billings businesses are busy answering the calls from 350 oil companies hungry for workers, trucks, pipe and more, so they can keep pumping crude out of Eastern Montana and western North Dakota.
For now it’s just a wife-and-husband affair, but Magnum Development of Laurel is ready to buy a building and make more high-density insulated foundations.
A Billings man died Tuesday afternoon after a high-speed crash on a busy downtown road.
For nearly half a century, truckers have been snaking their way through the east business district off downtown Billings to find the Peterbilt truck dealership.
Construction has started on the former Hatch’s Hallmark space in Rimrock Mall on the J.C. Penney wing. Hallmark closed last fall.
If all the permits can be obtained, Pacific Steel & Recycling may move to Lockwood as a neighbor to the future Peterbilt dealership.
For a century, Donna Deines Pippin’s family farmed along the Yellowstone River valley and Gary Pippin’s kin worked at the sugar beet factory.
The former manager of the Southern Montana Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative on Friday blamed others for the co-op’s bankruptcy, telling a courtroom of creditors Friday that the mess could have been avoided if it had been able to restructure its main power supply contract.
Forty-five miners working the day shift at Signal Peak’s coal mine south of Roundup were ordered from the mine Thursday after high levels of carbon monoxide were detected.
The roof is shingled, the Tyvek coating is stapled on the exterior walls and all of the windows are installed at the Brewer Dental building next to Albertsons at Main Street and Hansen Lane.
Two Billings Democrats who are friends and share similar views are running for Republican Brad Molnar’s open seat on the Montana Public Service Commission.