Prudential Floberg Realtors, one of Billings’ oldest and largest real-estate firms, is getting a new name that’s associated with billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
ArtWalk took root 20 years ago when Vicki Van Buskirk, owner of Toucan Gallery, convinced other gallery and shop owners to stay open late for an event that aimed to kindle interest in local artists. The effort started out slowly, but has enjoyed steady growth since then. Van Buskirk sold the…
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Reid Browning counts himself among the fortunate ones.
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.
Billings-based Kampgrounds of America has rolled out the first national television campaign in its 52-year history, hoping to capitalize on a rebound in the popularity of recreational vehicles.
It didn’t take insurance adjusters long to tally millions of dollars in hail damage to roofs, siding, windows and automobiles in the Billings area after the May 18 hail storm.
Four Billings breweries brought home a total of nine medals from the recent North American Beer Awards competition in Idaho Falls.
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.
First came the hailstorm, then the rush to assess the damage — and now for many businesses, the chance to cash in on repairs.
It’s a difficult time at Simply Wine, where owner Sue Rydquist says Rimrock Mall is forcing her to leave after three years.
Representatives of Menards, a Wisconsin-based hardware chain, are sniffing around the Billings West End for a possible expansion, city officials said Friday.
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.
Billings-based engineering firm Sanderson Stewart was named the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Thursday in Washington, D.C.
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.
Workers are expected to complete by July 1 the newest Casey’s Corner Market at 3443 Central Ave. in Billings.
Proponents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline have complained that election-year politics is behind President Barack Obama’s recent decision to hold off on approval of the $5.4 billion project.
Kit Jennings says Billings is the perfect place to host an energy conference. That’s why the 15th annual Energy Exposition and Symposium is set for June 25-26 at MetraPark’s ExpoCenter.
The J.E. Corette coal-fired power plant is back in operation with the completion of repairs to fix a burst steam tube that forced a plant shutdown last February.
When Frosty Erben went into the real estate business in 1988, he initially thought it was a good way to generate income during the winter, when his landscaping business was slow.
Does decorating a vacant house with furniture, wall hangings and home furnishings really translate into quicker sales and higher prices?
Industry opposes rail car rules
As a new five-story Holiday Inn Express reaches into the sky, builders have welcomed a labor-saving design that has helped make up for numerous winter weather delays.
Red-hued calves that started life frolicking on the Bowen ranch last April will spend the next two years grazing on pastures, without ever eating a mouthful of corn or setting foot in a crowded feedlot.
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.
Ever since he was a boy, Mike Bergman has felt most comfortable outside, whether he’s carrying a rifle or tending crops.