Ed Walker of Billings seeks Zinkes vacant house seat

Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition and on newsstands today 2/23/17. BILLINGS — Ed Walker, 46, of Billings, a former Montana state legislator, is throwing his hat in the ring for the election to fill the U.S.…

Style ~N~ 406 opens in Huntley

Originally published in the print edition of Yellowstone County News – by Judy Killen HUNTLEY — A new hair salon is open for business on Huntley’s main street. Shantel Oblander opened Style~N~406 at 114 Northern Avenue. The full-service salon will…

Superintendent Wes Coy to leave Huntley Project

  Originally published in the print edition of Yellowstone County News WORDEN — Wes Coy is retiring as superintendent at Huntley Project Schools but will remain in education. Coy announced his intent to retire on June 30 at special meeting…

Iona Stookey finalist for National Coach of the Year

Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition. HELENA — The Montana Coaches Association has announced that 11 Montana coaches and one athletic director have been selected as “Finalists” for National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) National Coach…

Get ready for Shark Tank competition

Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition on Jan. 6, 2017.   HELENA – The Montana Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network has partnered with the Governor’s Conference on Tourism and Recreation to increase its reach to one…

Worden merchants prepare for annual Christmas stroll

WORDEN — Worden kicks off the holiday season with its annual Christmas Stroll. This year’s stroll is Friday, Dec. 2. Strollers may visit downtown merchants for refreshments and have their passports signed from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Linda Holmes of the…