Latest Yellowstone County, Montana Stories
While most of the country focuses on the recent market plunge and economic downturn, Signtronix continues to grow and expand.
â€¢ Cassidian Communications to install new CORP25 public safety radio network that can handle the city of Billingsâ€™ continuous growth â€¢ Billings to upgrade current VESTA® Standardâ„¢ system to a next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) Sentinel® Patriot® call processing solution Frisco, TX (PRWEB) August 08, 2011 Today Cassidian Communications, an EADS North America company, announced that it has finalized an agreement with Billings, Montana to provide the City...
A pipeline that runs under the Yellowstone River in south central Montana ruptured some time between late Friday night and early Saturday morning, leaking hundreds of barrels of oil into the river's waters and forcing evacuations in the area.
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By Falstad, Jan A Missoula-based contracting company won the $24.1 million bid to rebuild Airport Road across Billings' skyline, and some preliminary work on the complicated project may begin next month.
By Johnson, Clair Construction of a long-anticipated railroad to carry coal from a mine near Roundup to Eastern and Western markets has begun near Broadview as Yellowstone County and railroad representatives signed an agreement.
By Shay, Becky Billings voters will not be asked to approve a multimillion- dollar bond issue in November. School District 2 trustees voted unanimously Monday to "declare their intention to potentially" ask for the money in November 2009.
By Gideon Rubin SAN LORENZO -- Millard Billings was born to teach. "Since I was a little kid," he said. "I never veered from that." Billings' drive to educate others carried him from the age of Elvis to the era of Britney Spears.
By Cochran, Diane Hoping to allay confusion about its diverse programming and unify efforts across more than 20 departments, the Yellowstone City- County Health Department plans to adopt a new name. Beginning June 30, it will be called RiverStone Health.
- A mania for the use of printing-types; a strong propensity to write for publication.