• Kirk’s Grocery Serves as New Venue for Art & Entertainment

    Kirk’s Grocery Serves as New Venue for Art & Entertainment   Anyone wanting to mix it up a bit when it comes to seeking entertainment in Billings has a new opportunity. Spend an evening at Kirk’s Grocery. Read More
  • ROI Solutions Lands Large National Contract

      ROI Solutions, located on 24th Street West in Billings, has gained a contract with Hello Fresh to serve as its customer service call center, which will require adding 150 to 200 jobs by the end of the year. HelloFresh, is one of the leading food delivery companies in the Read More
  • Manufacturers Look At US Economy

    * The U.S. economy grew 2.1 percent at the annual rate in the second quarter, slowing from 3.1 percent growth in the first quarter. Consumer and government spending buoyed growth for the quarter, but drags from business spending and net exports counterbalanced this somewhat. Slowing global growth and trade uncertainties served Read More
  • High Tech Cars Miss the Mark

    Tech execs and auto company leaders are becoming increasingly pessimistic about the future of AVs—and they are far less sanguine about electric vehicles (EVs) as well—because the raft of rosy projections in recent years have not even remotely come true. Read More
  • Alliance Names Most Promising Tech Firms

    The Montana High Tech Business Alliance has announced a list of eight Montana High-Growth Companies to Watch in 2019. This is the third year the organization has recognized emerging stars in Montana’s booming tech and manufacturing industries. Read More
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  • Montana Economy:“Good News Story”

    Montana Economy:“Good News Story” 2019 is unveiling to be a year of continued growth, according to the state’s premier economist, Pat Barkey of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research (UM), in a mid-year update of Montana’s economy, last week. “It’s a good news story,” he told his audience at the Northern Hotel in Read More
  • Idaho Reduces Regs To Reduce Burden

    When it comes to competing with other states, Idaho is upping the anti. Idaho’s new governor, Brad Little, is on a mission to reduce red tape on businesses in Idaho. His first two executive orders were the Licensing Freedom Act and the Red Tape Reduction Act. Read More
  • The U.S. Economy Remains Robust, Recession Doubtful

    The U.S. economy continues to move into positive territory. For the first quarter of 2019, real GDP (Gross Domestic Product) in 2012 prices was about $18.9 trillion after a healthy year-on-year growth of 3.2 percent. Plus, the national unemployment rate is at a near historic low of 3.6 percent, about Read More
  • Southeastern Montana Communities Get $1.3 million Funding Boost

    Southeastern Montana Development (SEMDC) announced last week that eight grant applications have recently been awarded into the SEMDC service region.  “These funding opportunities resulted in $1,357,500 being awarded to much needed projects in Southeastern Montana” noted Jim Atchison, Executive Director of SEMDC.  “Some of the eight grant applications were submitted Read More
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  • Dig It for Yellowstone Dig It Days!

    Yellowstone Dig It Days Billings, MT --  Offering up lots of fun and knowledge, the first annual Yellowstone Dig it Days will be held in Billings on Saturday, August 17, at the Johnson Lane Interchange, 10 am to 4 pm. Kids can explore, inspect, take pictures and learn about all kinds of heavy equipment – and Read More
  • Non-Profit -- APC-- Launches Pilot Program for Veterans in Billings

    Non-Profit -- APC-- Launches Pilot Program for Veterans in Billings   “Move your body, heal your mind.” That is the mantra of Karen Pearson and Mitch Crouse of Billings who have launched a new non-profit aimed at helping veterans, in a very real and personal way – any veterans who are having trouble readjusting to civilian life. Read More
  • Magic City Blues Supports Kelker’s Kids

      Magic City Blues, George Thorogood, First Interstate Bank and Billings Clinic Foundation are working together to help the families of pediatric cancer patients in the region and ask for the community’s help in reaching a $25,000 fundraising goal. Read More
  • “Dig it Days” Coming to Billings

    “Dig it Days” Coming to Billings Dig it Days! Yellowstone County News along with a number of other businesses are sponsoring the very first Dig it Days on Saturday, August 17. Dig it Days is a unique fundraising event that offers a wonderful experience for the whole family. It’s fun, educational and entertaining. Read More
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  • The Real Threat By Evelyn Pyburn

    The Real Threat  By Evelyn Pyburn

    Why does the slogan “Make America Great Again” cause such angst for so many? Some say it is a threat!

    I know the twisting of reason and words by those who supposedly feel threatened by it. So bizarre is the reasoning though, it’s hard to believe that they even believe what they say. That some might feel threatened there is no doubt – but, the reasons are not those given.

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  • Going Along to Get $$$ by Evelyn Pyburn

    Going Along to Get $$$ by Evelyn Pyburn

    In communist Russia there was a time that in order to get most jobs – any good job – you had to be a member of the communist party.

    As reprehensible as that may seem at first blush here in the US, the fact is we aren’t that far away from having the same kind of requirements. It was recently, reported how not long ago a Christian soccer player turned down an opportunity to play on the US Women’s Soccer Team because in demonstration games she would have been required to wear a “rainbow” uniform in support of “gay pride.” She said that was against her religious beliefs and the invitation was withdrawn.

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Wise Wonders’ Children’s Museum Executive Director, Kelli Toohill, announced that she is stepping...
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Alter Ego will be the headline entertainment at the Billings Clinic Foundation’s Street Party on...
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Montana’s residential property values increased an average of 12.5 percent over the past year,...
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Because of the critical shortage of outbound crude oil pipelines in Canada, Enbridge Inc. is...
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In the fall of 2019 NorthWestern Energy will begin upgrading the 109-year-old turbines and...
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Two new restaurants have opened in the Marriott Hotel in downtown Missoula. The hotel complex is...
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Greenpeace and other individuals were blamed for directing protests causing millions of dollars in...
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A Montana District Court judge has vacated a water discharge permit for the Montanore Mine, a...
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The 60th Annual Convention of the Montana Association of Clerk & Recorders and Election...