As per state law, members of the Montana Legislature take the following oath of office:
The investment of more than $2.3 million to improve public safety and increase economic stability in Yellowstone County is welcome news.
Here's a way to beat the Amazon.com out-of-stock supply-chain blues:
As we spent Thursday celebrating Veterans' Day, many words were said by many speakers at many events honoring veterans across Montana.
Billings’ public safety levy didn’t just pass on Tuesday night. It powered to victory with more than 60 percent of the vote, passing 20,878 to…
On Friday, the Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest announced final approval of the Record of Decision for its Forest Plan.
The COVID death of Laurel Mayor Tom Nelson is a huge shock and a great blow to the city. We offer our condolences to Nelson's family.
No, the Attorney General of this state does not get to use the Montana Highway Patrol as his private police force, "investigating" nonexistent…
City election ballots began appearing in residents' mailboxes over the past few days.
Memo to President Biden: Open up the border with Canada. Now.
On a variety of issues vital to the state's stewardship of public wildlife resources and the principles of fair-chase hunting, the majority of…
This past week, we got a very good demonstration of what leadership looks like.
Political centrism seems like a quaint, all-but-obsolete concept these days.
Three hundred and four.
The recent investments in downtown Billings real estate are encouraging for what they mean for local business, affordable housing, and the con…
I had to laugh when I read Sue Vinton's piece in The Gazette. What pray tell is "over the line" about criticism of the absurd and criminally i…
Somehow, the country’s (and Montana’s) response to the COVID-19 pandemic has become ridiculously politicized.
Another MontanaFair is in the books, and it should be awarded a blue ribbon.
There's no two ways about this: We fully support Billings School District 2 in its requirement that students be masked.
A lot of lip service is given, particularly in election cycles, to bipartisanship.
Billings took another big step on the winding path back from the depths of COVID-19 last weekend.
The Gazette wants to hear your memories of 9/11 and your thoughts on how it changed us. One of the submissions will be included in a special e…