Two Native American couples who say they were insulted and discriminated against at a basketball game in Reed Point early in 2017 intend to file lawsuit against the Reed Point School on Monday.
A press release from the Montana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, which went out Friday morning, said the ACLU had filed the suit on behalf of the couples in Stillwater County District Court, but a clerk there said nothing had been filed yet.
Kevin Red Star, 74, has been making art for 50 years. That’s not quite long enough.
Red Star just finished a showing with his daughter, Sunny Sky Red Star, at the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College. This week, he donated a 20-by-20-inch portrait called “Thunder Bear” to the college.
U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., stopped in Missoula for a quick tour of the Big Sky Brewing facility on Wednesday, where he declined to meet with the two-dozen people who had gathered to participate in what the senator’s office had billed as a meeting with “local officials, community leaders and constituents.” Continue Reading →
Bruce Brenon has a simple explanation for why he and two of his employees flew from Southern California to Billings in the middle of a cold snap to install tens of thousands of lights on trees outside the historic Billings Depot.
If Montanans don’t “own” their representatives in Congress and the state Legislature, someone else will, a University of Montana law professor and dark money opponent said Monday night. Continue Reading →
A strategic plan for downtown Billings that focuses on more housing, cultural diversity, better traffic and pedestrian circulation and support for large-scale, multi-anchor development was unveiled Tuesday morning.
A summary of the “Dream Big, Downtown Billings” plan was presented to about 60 people in the Royal Johnson Community Room of the Billings Public Library. Continue Reading →