• ROI Solutions Selects Billings for their Company Expansion

      ROI Solutions, headquartered in Utah, has selected Billings as a location to expand their company. Roi is a professional call service that provides businesses with a range of services, tech support, customer service, 24-hour answering, telemarketing, and order-taking. Read More
  • Grasping Size of US Economy

    Grasping Size of US Economy U.S. Worker Production Dwarfs Most Countries – big time! By Bethany Blankley, The Center Square American workers out-produce workers worldwide, a fact that is readily reflected in gross domestic product (GDP) numbers. The U.S. GDP is more than $21 trillion, dwarfing the economies of most other countries in the world. China’s Read More
  • Montana CPA's Hold 106th Conference

    The Montana Society of Certified Public Accountants will be holding their 106th annual meeting in Billings,  June 20 -21. Read More
  • Raising the Roof -- in a new way

    Raising the Roof --  in a new way The idea of a Billings builder is poised to dramatically change the way building is done – at least the way in which trusses are set into place for roofs. “I believe there will be a time when every contractor will be using TrussLox,” says the inventor, Steve Ventling, a veteran Read More
  • Young Entrepreneur-- Nicole Griffith

    Young Entrepreneur-- Nicole Griffith Well Pared LLC of Billings has been named SBA’s 2019 Montana Young Entrepreneur-Owned Business of the Year. It is owned by Nicole Griffith. Well Pared was initially founded in 2013 as a mobile food truck business.  At that time, “healthy” and “fast” were two words not commonly found in the Read More
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  • Tech Crowds Yellowstone County Budget

    Technology costs will take their toll on budgets for Yellowstone County government in the coming fiscal year. Looking at expenditures for a wide range of technology needs, the total will reach between $750,000 and $900,000, projected Yellowstone County Director of Finance Kevan Bryan. Read More
  • County Must Plan for Future

      Looking to the future – anticipating what space will be needed and figuring out a strategy of how the county will be prepared to meet those needs, is a primary focus of the coming year’s budget, for Director of Finance Kevan Bryan. Read More
  • Ranked Among the Highest

    Yellowstone County ranked among the highest of Montana counties in terms of local investment, according to SmartAsset. Investment in local economic expansion can produce significant improvements in quality of life for communities. To help educate residents about these positive signs in their areas, financial technology company SmartAsset released a study Read More
  • Next for Metra?

    Next for Metra? To beautify and improve the appearance of Metra Park, increase attendance at events, improve parking and complete the restoration of the fairgrounds, renovate the Pavilion and the Expo for a conference center, build a new grandstand, build a hotel, replace old barns. Read More
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  • Model T Fans Coming to Billings

    Model T Fans Coming to Billings Model T aficionados will be descending on Billings with their antique cars, arriving from all over the country and Canada. Members of the Rimrock Model T Chapter of Billings hope their visit will prompt a bigger event from the National Model T Club of America, according to Chapter Chairman Steve Read More
  • Four New Businesses in Rimrock Mall

    Four New Businesses in Rimrock Mall   Four new businesses will be locating in Rimrock Mall – a brewery offering two food concepts, a men’s clothing store, a tattoo studio, and an art academy. The businesses are following a trend at Rimrock Mall, 300 S. 24th St. W. in Billings, of being a community destination and hub, Read More
  • Coal-Reliant Communities Attend Challenge Event

    A local group of stakeholders recently participated in the Coal-Reliant Communities Challenge held on May 1 - 3, 2019 in Denver. The event was sponsored by NACo (National Association of Counties), NADO (National Association of Development Organizations), and the EDA (federal Economic Development Administration). The training event was organized to help Read More
  • 30 Years Ago - What was happening in 1989?

      Just for the fun of it, let’s take a look at what was happening in Billings 30 years ago. Following are some business news snippets taken from the pages of the Big Sky Business Journal during 1989. The business world was on the precipice of the computer age, many Read More
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  • MPA Applauds Court Decision

      The Montana Petroleum Association (MPA) applauds the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel that recently ruled the injunction put in place last fall by U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris is no longer in effect. This decision comes shortly after the Trump administration issued a new Presidential Permit on March 29, 2019. The new permit supersedes the previous permit and allows TransCanada to now continue construction of the Keystone XL pipeline project.

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  • Mincing Words

    Mincing Words

    Our governor made a comment recently in regard to the announced closure of Colstrip Units 1 & 2 that deserves to be scrutinized.

    Gov. Steve Bullock said, “Markets and consumer preferences continue to move away from coal, yet this news comes quicker than anticipated. Today our priority is taking care of workers and their families who will be impacted by these closures.”

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Monday, July 08, 2019
Wilbur-Ellis Company LLC, a recognized leader in precision agriculture technology and the...
Monday, July 08, 2019
Alter Ego will be the headline entertainment at the Billings Clinic Foundation’s Street Party on...
Monday, July 08, 2019
St. Vincent Healthcare is proposing to open a clinic in Lockwood on the Lockwood School compound....
Monday, July 08, 2019
Printing For Less, a large employer for Livingston and surrounding areas, will unveil its new...
Monday, July 08, 2019
Officials from The City of Billings, fund raisers, media and dog lovers gathered last week at the...
Monday, July 08, 2019
Montana recently welcomed the first member of its own FEMA Integration Team (FIT), Adrianne...
Monday, July 08, 2019
The City County Planning Department is submitting an application to the Federal Highway Department...
Monday, July 08, 2019
The Montana Bankers Association recently elected new officers at the 116th Annual Membership...
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Montana Farm Bureau is celebrating its centennial this year, so it’s summer conference theme is...