Don’t blame Bridget Kevane if her talk on “Latino America, Latino Montana” was a little short on details.
Kevane, associate dean for faculty affairs in the College of Letters and Science at Montana State University, addressed her very broad topic in just over an hour Thursday as part of the High Noon lecture series at the Western Heritage Center in downtown Billings. Continue Reading →
HELENA—Gov. Steve Bullock said Thursday he expects to veto a bill passed in the special legislative session directing the executive branch of state government to furlough certain employees to save $15 million over the next two years.
Hours after the Legislature adjourned, the Democratic governor told reporters that House Bill 8, sponsored by Rep. Barry Usher, R-Billings, was riddled with legal problems and “was pretty half-baked and in many respects, fairly silly.” Continue Reading →
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HELENA — The Montana House and Senate adjourned the special legislative session early Thursday after Republican leaders and Gov. Steve Bullock agreed on a plan to fill the state budget and revenue gap with $231 million in cuts, transfers and other funds. Continue Reading →
Big changes are sweeping the Billings soccer community.
Just a few months after Magic City Soccer hired Kyle Bakas, as its first-ever full-time executive director, Magic City merged with Edge Soccer Academy to form a new organization, Billings United Soccer Club. Continue Reading →