The Billings Gazette, by way of information from the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, reports that a Montana State University fraternity was suspended by the school after a report of a student being hospitalized for alcohol poisoning after a party at the frat house...
This group of new citizens come from 18 different countries including Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Colombia, Cuba, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Laos, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Vietnam.
Last Best News reports that Billings Police Chief Rich St. John has accepted an offer from People for Ethical Treatment of Animals to hand out vegetarian “Tofurky” roasts to motorists this holiday season...
Retired Montana State University economist Gary Brester says U.S. farms are producing more food per acre because of genetically modified crops than farmers in Europe where genetically modified organism are banned...
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