What’s in Store for Billings & Yellowstone?

For Yellowstone County economic trends are expected to improve in 2021. How could they not? Each major county in the state was given close scrutiny during the Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) Montana Economic Outlook Seminar. Yellowstone County, the largest in terms of both population and size of its economy, is projected to regain its footing following the very negative economic impacts of the COVID virus in 2020, according to BBER Director Dr. Patrick Barkey. Last year...
For Yellowstone County economic trends are expected to improve in 2021. How could they not? E...
Briana Rickman has joined the staff of Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming (GSMW) as Director of ...
By Evelyn Pyburn With Metra Park officials seeking public input as to what the community woul...
Opens Registration Once again the Montana Women’s Run is planning a virtual event because of ...
Dr. Susan Balter-Reitz, professor of communications, has been named Interim Provost and Vice Cha...
A public hearing  recently  gathered public input on proposals to deal with traffic co...
The holidays should be filled with sharing, laughter and memories. But in 2020, t...
Montana State University Billings is next in line to transform their student newspaper into a po...
By Evelyn Pyburn Construction of the bridge across the Yellowstone River, as part of the Bill...
Thanks to help from state and local health and disaster officials, Billings Clinic has secured f...