Summer Intern’s life-changing journey

When Nour Bagdadi landed in the Cody, Wyo., airport she was certain something was wrong. There were no other airplanes at the airport. Nour is a native of Libya and was born in Tripoli, a city of more than 1 million people. She had never seen such a small, quiet...

Ladies in Leadership

When Cassie Morgret started working as a cashier downtown, she was full of questions. She wanted to know absolutely everything about everything, and her managers Adrian Brown and Jason Job, took the time to answer all her questions. “They were patient and kind and...

Meet Michelle – A celebration of the lady behind the scenes

If you’ve worked for MasterLube for even a short time, you know Michelle Gallagher, or at least her voice. She’s the one on the other end of the phone who can answer most all your day-to-day questions. Michelle is MasterLube’s office manager, but before her position...

From the Mouths of Babes & Grandfathers

By Jim Mourich Friday night after work, my wife and I met our daughter and two grandchildren for pizza. Partway through the meal our three-year-old grandson said he needed to go potty. “Papa can you take me potty?” Of course! How could I refuse? He really...

Cliff Potts Art Show 2016

You are specially invited to Cliff Potts’ Art Show and Sale. Sixty years ago he did his first oil painting by using a mouth stick. His book “A Passion for Life” elaborates this evolution and will be available as well as his still life’s, landscapes and ranch scenes...

Getting to Know You: Meet the Montana Man with the Georgia Accent

Josh Edge has worked and lived in many places, but no matter where life took him, Billings was always home. Josh was born in Billings, and one of his earliest memories was sitting on the Rims with his father, looking out over the city. Not long after that he moved...

Veterans of MasterLube: Leaders bring military skills to work everyday

Ask anyone who has served in the United States military, if it has made an everyday difference in their lives, and the answer will surely, be yes. For MasterLube employees, Mike Cook and Adrian Brown, the experience is something they bring to work with them every day,...

Billings Gazette Article: Changing Lives by Changing Oil

By Darrell Ehrlick Printed in the Billings Gazette on Oct 5, 2016 Bill Simmons woke up one night in 1984, staring at the ceiling, his heart pounding. “This is what I was meant to do,” he thought. “Change oil. This is what I’ve been put on earth...

Acclaimed cellist returns to Billings to join RMC pianist for recital

Slovak cellist Jozef Lupták is thrilled to return to Billings for the third time in 8 months. Lupták will join Dr. Jen Bratz, Associate Professor of Music at Rocky Mountain College, for a special one-night-only performance. Lupták, along with other members of the...

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