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AG Intervenes Against Blogger
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has filed a motion in federal court to intervene in a Whitefish woman’s case against a Neo-Nazi blogger she’s accusing of intimidation under Montana law.
Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin has challenged the constitutionality of Montana&CloseCurlyQ…
Billings Builder Busted
The Gazette reports that the man behind the largest house ever built in Billings is in federal custody in Virginia, charged with making fraudulent statements to the FBI. Larry Price Jr. was taken into custody May 10th, after allegedly staging his own abduction in April...
How Do You Remember?
I am one of those people that can remember a face but when it comes to a person's name I struggle big time. I get embarrassed by this fact and it bothers me when I can't remember.
Opportunity Razes Rimview
The Billings Gazette reports Opportunity Bank is officially moving forward with its planned expansion Monday, as demolition crews raze the old Rimview Inn at North 27th Street and 10th Avenue. The bank reportedly purchased the hotel in January of this year with plans to build its third Billings bran…
Summer Powwow August 3-5
The Billings Gazette reports on this summer’s 54th Annual Powwow and Celebration on the Rocky Boy Reservation, scheduled for August 3rh through 5th.
The 2,500 members of the Chippewa Cree Tribe, who live on the Rocky Boy Reservation in north-central Montana, are hosting the celebratio…
Lois Lane Dies in Livingston
Actress Margot Kidder, who portrayed Lois Lane with the late Superman actor Christopher Reeve in the 1970s and 80s series of films, has died in Livingston. She was 69 years old.
On Sunday, Livingston Police and ambulance services responded to a call that the Canadian-born, longtime resident of Living…
BPD Officers in Sex Scandal May Be Named in 2 Days
Q2 reports the names of three Billings police officers– disciplined for job and workplace-related sexual encounters with a city employee– should be released, but will remain private for at least two more days. District Judge Donald Harris ruled Monday that he would allow a temporary restraining orde…
UM Commencement
Q2 reports over 2,000 students received their diplomas in two separate commencement ceremonies at the University of Montana Adams Center this weekend. Among Saturday’s speakers was former UM graduate and Nike COO Eric Spunk.
This year’s commencement was divided into a …
National Train Day
National Train Day was celebrated for the first time ever in Billings– the city that bears the name of the former Northern Pacific Railway president Frederick Billings. Saturday’s event was dedicated to understanding and learning about the history of Billings and the railroad, …
Nurse to Plead Guilty
Former Billings Clinic nurse Donald Mills– fired last year for diverting painkillers intended for patients for his personal use– has indicated he will plead guilty in U.S. District Court in Billings.
Mills is charged with tampering with consumer products and acquiring Fentanyl by misrepre…
Summer College Camps
The Gazette reports Montana State University Billings is inviting kids to spend a week this summer on the MSUB or City College campus to experience learning in a university setting. According to the press release, academic-based summer camps are offered to students in second through ninth grades for…
Clark Fork Flooding
Hydrologists say the Clark Fork is on track for record flooding. According to the National Weather Service, the latest projection is for it to reach the 13-and-a-half foot range in Missoula, and some of the high country weather stations show 60-to-70 inches of water has yet to melt out...

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