Bruce MacIntyre

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‘Second to none’: MacIntyre wins chamber’s Legacy Award


Years ago, Bruce MacIntyre promised his wife, Linda, that he would never run for elected office. He made the promise in spite of his love of politics, which he discovered as a sophomore at the University of Notre Dame. He was a member of the delegation to a mock Democratic Convention that year — a delegation headed by Tom Judge, who would go on to be a Montana governor. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Workers flood in for refinery’s biggest ‘turnaround’ ever


As many as 1,800 refinery workers from far corners of the country are converging in Billings until mid-June, doing round-the-clock work on the Phillips 66 refinery during its largest-ever planned maintenance period. The refinery, which normally employs about 300 full-time workers, is in the midst of what’s known as a turnaround, a maintenance event that refineries undergo every five years. It involves shutting everything down, bringing in a host of outside help and working 24 hours a day to complete all the maintenance the refinery needs in order to go the next five years. (more…) Continue Reading →

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