The following schools have announced late starts, early outs or closures for Tuesday because of the weather: Pryor schools, three-hour late start. Lodge Grass schools,
February 4, 2019
BILLINGS – The Billings Regional Landfill, the largest in Montana, is planning a new project, a transfer facility. Over the span of about 18 months,
BILLINGS – In a brief, but promising Facebook post, Guido’s Pizza announced its return to Billings. Although the exact location wasn’t revealed, the post says it
HELENA – This week, the Montana Legislature will hold its first hearing on what is likely to be a major issue during their session –
In Milwaukee, this bus driver leaped into action after witnessing a harrowing roll-over. Watch this video to see what he did.
BILLINGS- The Billings Shopko pharmacy is sending its customers to Walgreens after closing its doors Monday with no sign of reopening. According to a Michelle
HELENA – The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is now accepting applications for seasonal firefighting jobs across the state. The agency says it needs
BILLINGS – It’s a disease that has made headlines across Montana and the nation: a rare, polio-like illness that affects the nervous system. Accute flaccid myelitis,
WHITEFISH – For the second day in a row, Whitefish Mountain Resort closed several chair lifts due to extreme weather conditions. According to their Facebook
BOZEMAN – According to Policom, an economics research firm, Bozeman is ranked number one for economic strength in a micropolitan area. This is the second year in
HELENA – Montana’s Republican congressman, Greg Gianforte, told state lawmakers Monday the national economy is booming because of policies by Republicans and President Trump –
A screening an panel discussion of the film “Silent No More” is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Lincoln Center auditorium in Billings.
BILLINGS- That was quite an Arctic cold front that moved through this weekend in the Billings area. In fact, it’s so cold, it stuck around