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Chef fired for sending suggestive texts to teen employee at center of Billings restaurant suit

The owners of a new restaurant called Odd Duck proposed for West Park Promenade in Billings have been sued over a dispute between its head chef and the restaurant where he previously worked. Read more

WinCo Foods has Billings opening date

WinCo Foods will be open for business at 9 a.m. on March 3, a company spokesman said on Friday.  Read more

Billings dental center provides free care for a day

Brewer Dental Center will host its annual Dentistry From The Heart event on Saturday, Feb. 16, at its West End location, 2900 Central Ave. Read more

Photos: Billings cleans up from four inches of snow

Four inches on Friday, with more possible through the weekend. Read more

Video: A mashup of Jeff the Nature Guy and Ariana Grande?

How about this for a cultural mashup — Jeff the Nature Guy and Ariana Grande? Read more

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Chef fired for sending suggestive texts to teen employee at center of Billings restaurant suit

The owners of a new restaurant called Odd Duck proposed for West Park Promenade in Billings have been sued over a dispute between its head chef and the restaurant where he previously worked. Read more

Travel delays expected on I-90 Saturday during avalanche control blasting in Mineral County

The Montana Department of Transportation will go on the offensive against avalanches Saturday, weather permitting. Read more

Colstrip moves to cut ties with Rosebud Mine as Westmoreland falters

Once unthinkable, Colstrip power plant and Rosebud Mine soon could be legally separated as utilities and lawmakers conspire on a future without Westmoreland Coal Co. Read more

Judge rules coal company can eliminate Wyoming mine workers' health care, union contract

Retired coal miners from Kemmerer likely lost their company health benefits Friday when a judge decided that Westmoreland Coal Co. could eliminate retirement health care and a union contract in order to sell the Kemmerer coal mine to a Virginia businessman.  Read more

Judge keeps most Keystone XL pipeline work on hold

A federal judge in Montana has largely kept in place an injunction that blocks a Canadian company from performing preliminary work on the stalled Keystone XL oil pipeline. Read more

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