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Superintendent Selection Next Week
The Billings School District 2 Board of Trustees will reportedly select a new superintendent next weekend.
In closed meeting, the Board officially voted to approve the three finalists. They are; Freehold New Jersey superintendent Ross Kasun; Greg Upham, the assistant superintendent in Helena; and chi…
The Masters Golf
Am I getting that old that I can remember watching Arnold, Jack and Gary actually playing in the 60's and 70's?
Deep In Thought
This is my number one son and I'm not sure what he is thinking about but it must be a massive thought. He is a beer man down in Tucson.(apple didn't fall far from the tree) I think maybe he is thinking about the new Harley he just bought! HaH...
Mining Co. Considering Bankruptcy
The Billings Gazette reports that Westmoreland Coal Company stock fell to 26 cents a share on Tuesday after the company– which owns three Montana mines– indicated it would consider bankruptcy.
The Colorado-based company, which feeds the Colstrip power plant from the Rosebud Mine, and whose Absaloka M…
Skyview Going Solar
Q2 reports that solar panels will be installed over the summer on the Skyview High School campus. The total cost of the project is $148,000. Skyview– the largest energy consumer in School District 2 — secured a $50,000 grant from NorthWestern Energy to install the system...
Still Snowy
It's April 3rd and we have been bumped up from the fifth to third snowiest winter on record.
3rd Snowiest Winter
The Gazette reports that Billings has seen 94 inches of snow this season, making this the third-snowiest winter on record, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow continued falling through Monday, with about 6 to 8 inches of accumulation, and a cold front quickly dropped temperatures into the…
Native March in Billings
Native American activists marched through downtown Billings during a snowstorm to bring awareness to drug abuse and domestic violence — two issues that disproportionately affect their communities.
It’s been 40 years since the original Longest Walk, which spanned from San Francis…
School Closures
Q2 reports late-season winter weather is forcing some schools across south-central Montana to cancel or delay classes. Closures include; Lodge Grass schools, St. Charles mission school in Pryor, St. Labre Catholic Schools in Ashland, Pretty Eagle School in St...

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