• Huge Expansion of Dakota Access Pipeline Proposed

    Huge Expansion of Dakota Access Pipeline Proposed A huge expansion costing between $35 million and $40 million, that will more than double the capacity of the Dakota Access Pipeline to 1.1 million BOPD, was proposed by Energy Transfer Partners. Work will be completed by February 2021. Read More
  • Gas Plant Across the Border in North Dakota

    Construction is expected to start by May on a proposed 250 Mmcf a day natural gas processing plant on a site near the Montana-North Dakota Border and be in operation by the end of the year. Read More
  • Montana 26th in Growth

    Montana is the 26th Growth State in America, according to U-Haul International, Inc. in its 2019 Growth States reporting on its industry-leading annual migration trends. Read More
  • Online Advertising, Boon for Small Businesses

    Online advertising is saving entrepreneurs and small business owners significant time and money, creating more efficiencies and effective uses for the limited capital they have on hand, and playing a positive role in driving new sales growth and revenues. These are the findings of a new survey conducted by TechnoMetrica Read More
  • US Dominating Oil Production Impacts World Production Plans

    For the past 18 consecutive months, the U.S. has led the world’s crude oil production. It surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia in June and August of 2018. One year later, the U.S. surpassed its own production record by 14.6 percent. The U.S. leading crude oil production for the first time Read More
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  • Outlook Seminar Scheduled

    The Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana will begin its 45th annual Economic Outlook Seminar series in Helena on Jan. 28. The Billings seminar will be held on February 4 at the Northern Hotel. Read More
  • Metra Park Takes Top Award

    Metra Park Takes Top Award MontanaFair won a major award at the International Association of Fairs and Expositions’ 129th Annual Convention, held December 1-4 in San Antonio, Texas.  Read More
  • Laws Proposed to Regulate State’s Marijuana Market

    New Approach Montana, a statewide campaign working to legalize, regulate, and tax marijuana, submitted two complementary 2020 ballot initiatives to the state government for review. The first is a statutory initiative that would legalize marijuana in Montana for adults aged 21 and over and establish a regulatory framework for cultivation Read More
  • County Deals with Debate on Funding Mental Health

      Following months of very public discord and disagreements regarding Yellowstone County’s funding of mental health services and what that should entail in the future, Yellowstone County Commissioners seem to have decided  that that they will be issuing a “request for proposals” from  health service providers for plans on how Read More
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  • Montana Pro Rodeo Wall & Hall of Fame To be Re-dedicated

    Montana Pro Rodeo Wall & Hall of Fame To be Re-dedicated If there was any doubt about Montana being a cowboy state there won’t be on January 25. Read More
  • Tim Goodridge Appointed Metra Park Assistant Manager

    Tim Goodridge Appointed Metra Park Assistant Manager Tim Goodridge has been named to fill the newly-created position Assistant General Manager at Metra Park. Goodridge brings years of experience in entertainment and event management to the job. Read More
  • Stockman Bank Donates to Rural Health

    Through the partnership and generosity of Stockman Bank, the Billings Clinic Foundation received another $50,000 to the Stockman Bank Rural Health Care Endowment Fund, which supports health care in rural Montana communities. Read More
  • Clinic Begins Building Garage

    Clinic Begins Building Garage On Wednesday, January 8, Billings Clinic started construction of a new 656-space, $11.2 million parking garage on its downtown Billings campus. The garage is being built on 10th Avenue North between North 28th and North 29th streets, just across the street from the Billings Clinic Emergency Department. This new parking Read More
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  • Civil Discourse by Evelyn Pyburn

    Civil Discourse by Evelyn Pyburn

    A conversation recently reminded me of how really, wonderfully, American people are in tune with representative government and how deep-rooted is their respect for the grassroots process – at least in Montana.

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  • Finding Good Workers

    Attend almost any gathering of business people and the topic is sure to come up: finding good workers. After more than a decade of economic growth that has featured strong hiring and steadily falling unemployment rates, labor markets across the country and certainly across Montana are tight. For some businesses the trickle of suitable workers for their openings has shrunk to the point where they are questioning how they can continue to fill orders, let alone capitalize on new opportunities.

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Territorial-Landworks, Inc., (TLI), a Montana-based civil engineering firm with offices in...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
From the Yellowstone County News Adding to the expansion of the Lockwood community’s business...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Spartan Holdings LLC is proposing a commercial and residential development at 2890 U.S. 93 North...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Megan Stippich was recently been promoted to Commercial Loan Officer for Stockman Bank Billings...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
The Billings Chamber 2020 Agricultural Excellence Award sponsored by Stockman Bank will be awarded...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Jared Maloney joined Stockman Bank as vice president, commercial loan officer for the Stockman...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Signs in Glacier National Park predicting that the park’s glaciers would disappear by 2020 due to...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Michelle Fuss has recently joined Stockman Bank as Assistant Vice President, Consumer Loan Officer...
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Countries who have historically been delinquent in meeting their NATO defense spending commitments...