• Carne Brazilian Grill Opens

    Carne Brazilian Grill Opens   It’s as much about the experience and the comradery among family and friends, and even the staff, as it is about the food. Read More
  • Hutterite Businesses Play Role In Montana Economy

    Located in rural communities, Montana’s Hutterite businesses are highly self-sufficient and little known to other Montanans, yet they play a significant role in the state’s economy, supporting production, employment and income that extends beyond their own communities, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Montana Read More
  • Two More StartUps

    Two More StartUps To help other startup businesses establish a website that looks professional and yet is reasonably priced is the goal of the startup business of Jenna Jones. Jones presented the concept that she has for her business at One Million Cups, a trouble shooting “coffee” held every Wednesday morning specifically to Read More
  • Billings Tech Company, GTUIT, Doubles Sales

    Billings Tech Company, GTUIT, Doubles Sales   Billings-based GTUIT, LLC doubled its sales last year, and looks to do the same next year. Actually, says company President and CEO Brian Cebull, “We will do better than that, but I am trying to be conservative.” What he is really trying to say is that “the sky’s the Read More
  • Start-ups Solve Problems, Over a Cup of Coffee

    Start-ups Solve Problems, Over a Cup of Coffee   Two emerging new companies in Billings were featured during the first meeting of 1 Million Cups, a national program that supports entrepreneurs by providing an opportunity to network, share information and solve problems. Launched by the Kauffman Foundation, the program is called “1 Million Cups,” because it’s usually over Read More
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  • Ostlund Announces Intention to Run for Re-election

    Ostlund Announces Intention to Run for Re-election Yellowstone County Commissioner, John Ostlund, a Republican, has announced that he plans to run for re-election for a fourth term. Ostlund was first elected to the board in 2002. He is the first county commission candidate to announce for the 2020 election. Read More
  • Livestock Growers Want Losses To Grizzly Bears Covered

    Livestock Growers Want Losses To Grizzly Bears Covered Ranchers and farmers in western Wyoming asked the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to recognize the injuries ranchers and farmers will continue to suffer if the Court does not overturn a lower court’s decision to return the Yellowstone-area grizzly bear to the List of Endangered and Threatened Species under the Read More
  • Survey Checks Political Leanings For Montana and Wyoming

    Indecision is the main findings for many upcoming primary races in Montana and Wyoming according to the results of the 32nd Mountain States Poll conducted by Montana State University Billings. The renamed poll (formerly known as the MSUB Poll) surveyed voters in Montana, and for the first time, Wyoming. Read More
  • Oil Production Predictions Missed the Mark

    Oil and gas production in several regions of the country continue to defy previous estimates, in some cases tripling them, according to new estimates released by the U.S. Geological Survey. In North Dakota, the Bakken shale now produces annually an amount that is more than three times what the USGS Read More
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  • Tis’ the Season, Be Part of “Shop Local” Campaign

    Tis’ the Season, Be Part of “Shop Local” Campaign It’s that time of year. The busiest shopping season is upon us, and once again the local business community and the Billings Chamber of Commerce is stressing that it is important to shop local. Read More
  • Billings Clinic Names Ellner as New CEO

    Billings Clinic Names Ellner as New CEO The Billings Clinic Board of Directors announced the hiring of the next Chief Executive Officer of Billings Clinic. Dr. Scott Ellner, who will assume duties as of 2020. Read More
  • CTA Becomes Cushing Terrell

    Commemorating its 80th anniversary, CTA Architects Engineers announced that the firm is changing its name to Cushing Terrell. Founded in Billings, in 1938 by Ralph Cushing and Everett Terrell, the firm was established on a shared belief that integrating architecture, engineering, and design would open the doors for deepened relationships Read More
  • Billings Businesses, Property Owners Take Problems Head-on

    Even though they hoped it might have been less, about 50 percent of respondents who participated in the Billings Chamber of Commerce’s survey said they have been impacted by the presence and activities of street people, said Daniel Brooks at a townhall style meeting about public safety at the Northern Read More
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  • No Problem Here

    No Problem Here

    There’s never been any strong evidence that Montana suffers because we have a legislative session only once every two years. In fact, there is much to say that as far as having true representative government, we the people benefit.

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  • 10 Surprising Ways Living In Montana Changes You For Life

    Even if you live in Montana for a short while, the experience changes you forever, declares a post by Jessica Wick on “Only in Your State,” website. “Whether you’ve lived in Montana your entire life or you just spend a few glorious years here, when you move somewhere else or travel extensively, there’s one thing you notice: Life in the Treasure State changes you…. life experiences here are just a bit different than they are anywhere else.”

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Friday, November 22, 2019
Wise Wonders Science and Discovery Museum Board held a Grand Re-Opening in its new location at...
Friday, November 22, 2019
On average, U.S. sugar prices are about twice as high as global prices due to federal limits on...
Friday, November 22, 2019
With the Montana Lottery Commission’s approval at their Nov. 21 meeting, sports betting will...
Friday, November 22, 2019
The most recent inductees to the Montana Business Hall of Fame were honored at a banquet on...
Friday, November 22, 2019
Six Montana businesses will share more than $600,000 in economic development grant awards, which...
Friday, November 22, 2019
The unemployment rate for black Americans fell to 5.4 percent in October, the lowest level since...
Friday, November 22, 2019
Every year, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) audits the Social Security Administration...
Friday, November 22, 2019
The Yellowstone Valley Children’s Advocacy Center at RiverStone Health (city-county health...
Sunday, November 10, 2019
The Indian Health Service has appointed Bryce Redgrave, as director of the IHS Billings Area. As...