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The largest city in the state of Montana Billings was founded in 1882 as a railroad town. The area is thus rightfully named for Frederick Billings, president of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Located in Yellowstone Valley the area was carved out by the Yellowstone River long before any settlers arrived. Today the city is also known for its proximity to such popular tourist destinations as the area where the Battle of Little Bighorn was fought as well as Yellowstone National Park.
Local Newspapers: The Billings Gazette
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Local Colleges: Rocky Mountain College Montana State University - Billings
Zip Codes associated with billings, montana:
59101 59102 59105 59106
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in Re: the Matter of: David Platt and Diana Cossa-Platt
IN RE: THE MATTER OF: DAVID PLATT and DIANA COSSA-PLATT, collectively, Plaintiffs and Appellees, TWIN HEARTS, LLC, a Montana limited liability company, Plaintiff-Intervenor and Appellee, v. STEPHEN A. HELD, TWIN HEARTS SMILING HORSES, INC., a Montana Corporation and all other Persons Unknown, Claiming or Who Might Claim Any Right, Title, Estate, or Interest in or Lien or Encumbrance Upon the Real Property Described in the Complaint Adverse to Plaintiffs' Ownership or any Cloud Upon Plaintiffs' Title Thereto, Whether Such Claim or Possible Claim be Present or Contingent, Defendants and Appellants.Special needs nonprofit cited for failure to provide safe workplace
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued a citation to a nonprofit that provides support to adults with special needs and proposed $11,641 in penalties after investigators found the company failed to provide a safe workplace for its employees. An OSHA investigation found that Billings, Montana-based Resource, Support & Development Inc. employees suffered head, neck and torso injuries after being assaulted by residents with histories of violent behavior.First Interstate Bancsystem (FIBK) Lowered to "Hold" at Zacks Investment Research
According to Zacks, "First Interstate BancSystem, Inc. is a financial and bank holding company. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, First Interstate Bank, it delivers a range of banking products and services to individuals, businesses, municipalities and other entities throughout its market areas.Spring Storms Could Lead To Flooding Along Thea
While Fridays temperatures aren't necessarily spring-like, many people are thinking about spring. One thing we're watching closely is what is going on upstream, not only in North Dakota but in Montana.The Latest: New chief faces "hard truths" at Forest Service
BILLINGS, Mont. - The Latest on the appointment of a female firefighter as interim head of the U.S. Forest Service as the agency struggles to deal with misconduct within its ranks : The newly-appointed head of the U.S. Forest Service says the agency faces "hard truths" about harassment and retaliation in its ranks following the departure of her predecessor amid allegations of sexual misconduct.Forest Service chief retires following harassment reports
BILLINGS, Mont. - U.S. Forest Service chief Tony Tooke has stepped down just days after revelations that he was under investigation for alleged sexual misconduct and amid reports of rampant A Forest Service spokesman on Thursday confirmed Tooke's sudden retirement less than seven months after he was named to the post by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue.Wayland Baptist women & men make NAIA Tourneys
The 4th seeded Flying Queens face 5th seeded Lyon Arkansas 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 15th in Billings, Montana. The Pioneer Men also received an at-large bid as they are seeded 7th in their quadrant.MT: MET Buses Could Get Upgrades, from a Bus Locator App and e-pay to New Vehicles
March 05--Transit needs and amenities -- everything from purchasing refurbished MET Transit buses to installing smart phone apps to reassure riders their bus is on the way -- are in the works for residents who take more than a half-million bus and paratransit rides annually, journeying nearly 800,000 miles along Billings streets. The future of the city's public transportation system is on the agenda for Monday's Billings City Council work session, which begins at 5:30 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 220 N. 27th St. According to material in the council's Friday packet, 17 coaches are needed to update MET Transit's aging fleet.In the Company of Ghosts
The battle began on the tiny Philippine peninsula of Bataan. For a Montana cowboy taken prisoner by the Japanese, it ended only after he had endured-and recorded-the horrors of life in captivity.Shafer Gallery presents Exegesis: Portrait...
The Shafer Gallery will hold an opening reception on March 9 at 6:30 p.m. for its latest exhibit, Exegesis: Portraits of the Spirit, featuring works from the Rev.Central Michigan University confirms that two people killed in a...
A second complaint alleging federal campaign finance law violations has been filed against the winner of this week's special Republican primary election to replace former U.S. Rep. Trent Franks. BILLINGS, Mont.Kevin Nelson v. City of Billings Montana Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority
KEVIN NELSON, Petitioner and Appellant, v. CITY OF BILLINGS, MONTANA, and MONTANA MUNICIPAL INTERLOCAL AUTHORITY of Helena, Montana, Respondents and Appellees.Piikani Nation reclaims status over traditional U.S. territory
The Piikani Nation was granted full membership in a U.S. tribal organization. The Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council unanimously approved Piikani Nation's membership at its annual board meeting at Billings, Mont.What to do in Oklahoma on Feb. 28, 2018: See Theodore Waddell's...
Theodore Waddell's 1997 painting "Lynn's Narcissus" is featured in the exhibit "Do You See What I See?" at the National Cowboy Museum. Image provided See the exhibit "Do You See What I See? Painted Conversations by Theodore Waddell," on view through May 13, at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63. Waddell's unique style, atypical to most Western art, is highly influenced by the abstract expressionist movement yet carries an undertone typical of Western art in its depictions of the landscape, cattle, horses, and sheep found there.Through the Looking Glass
A very wealthy 56-year-old widow went to court in Stockport, England, to ask that her drunk-driving conviction be vacated because her driveway is a quarter-mile long, and she needs a car to get from her mansion to the main road. The magistrate refused her request, but lifted her community service requirement because she has never worked in her life and it would "make her feel uncomfortable and out of her depth.'Adorable otter pups fight for life at Montana zoo
BILLINGS, Mont. - A zoo in Montana got a surprise when one of its animals unexpectedly gave birth earlier this month.The World's Climate
Contrary to all of the hype about melting glaciers, at least 58 New Zealand glaciers advanced between 1983 and 2008. Indeed, Franz Josef Glacier advanced nearly continuously during those years.Group sues Montana judge for asking for immigrant's arrest
In this Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010, photo, Yellowstone County Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez is sworn in by Judge Ingrid Gustafson during a ceremony in Billings, Mont. On Monday, Feb. 26, 2018, an immigrant rights group alleged that Hernandez acted illegally when he asked a deputy to take away from his court a Mexican-born man who was later detained by federal immigration authorities.Bud Luckey Dies: The 'Toy Story' Character Designer,...
Luckey was a multi-talented animator, voice actor, and designer. In addition to being credited with creating Woody, he provided the voice of Agent Rick Dicker in The Incredibles and the mysterious and woeful Chuckles the Clown in Toy Story 3 .Billings student launches GoFundMe to pay for school walkout and march
A group of Billings students has chosen to join a nationwide movement calling for "legislation that protects and prepares schools against gun violence." Clara Bentler is a Junior at Senior High School.
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