The Billings Community Foundation will receive $98,500 from the downtown tax increment finance district to modernize its sewer lines and make …
A new Butte resident wants commissioners to consider shortening the days-long span around the Fourth of July when people can legally set off fireworks, saying the prolonged noise and smoke “is what it must feel like to be in a war.”
A state advisory committee has recommended Montana direct $645,000 of federal COVID-19 recovery funds to increase efforts to fight exploitation of senior citizens by adding three elder councils to the state and hiring more staff to focus on crimes that hurt the elderly community.
Pop star Ed Sheeran is set to face a council probe over his new wooden gazebo.
Billings residents will see their water rates increase about 4% next year, with a smaller-sized bump in sewage rates, following a vote by Bill…
"Termination" was a policy that was designed to end the government's role in Indian affairs. After a failed effort in Washington state, no other tribe had to deal with the policy.
"There's been kind of a lack of communication," Rep. Ryan Lynch, D-Butte, told the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
For more than three years, planners and staffers at city hall have grappled over how best to direct the future growth of Billings to better re…
Billings City Council approved the development of a new casino and the relocation of another at its Monday night meeting.
The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council is imposing a 14-day lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge on the reservation east of Glacier National Park.
A wide-ranging plan — incorporating everything from the adoption of energy efficiency standards for utilities, replacing aging mobile homes with newer ones, and creating regional "innovation clusters" — to help Montana deal with climate change was released Wednesday by Gov. Steve Bullock.
All fall sports in the Big Sky have been moved to spring 2021.
The decision was made by the Frontier Council of Presidents.
“Moving the football championship to the spring was the right thing to do for the well-being of our student-athletes,” said NAIA President and CEO Jim Carr.
The final draft recommendations from the Governor’s Grizzly Bear Advisory Council have been released for public review.
The Big Sky Conference’s Presidents’ Council voted Monday to allow its members to make institutional decisions in accordance with NCAA policies regarding when athletes will resume practice and competition.
A task force appointed by Gov. Steve Bullock to make recommendations for how the state should spend $1.25 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding presented its guidance Friday.
Plans for Coulson Park, with its proposed amphitheater, bike track and boat landing, are now officially on the city's books.
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