Rocky Mountain College

A young girl aims a fire extinguisher at a controlled flame.
Donna Healy / RiverStone Health


Twenty-six high school juniors and seniors have been in Billings this week to get an up-close look at health care careers. It’s one of five MedStart Summer Camps held around the state to develop the next generation of health care providers.

Montana Human Rights Network

Editor's note:  an update from the November 6, 2018 balloting.

Posters by a white nationalist group have been popping up on Montana’s college campuses. Even though officials took down these unapproved posters, Identity Evropa posted the evidence to social media. 

Rocky Mountain College

As acrimony and sharp divisions in politics and society continue to make headlines, a lecture series that opens this week in Billings hopes to teach participants how to bring civility back to our public dialogue.

A large painting called Many Blessing greets visitors as they enter the  Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College. The 7 to 8 foot canvas is a collaborative father/daughter effort and serves as the gateway of a new exhibit featuring Kevin and Sunny Sky Red Star.


BSED Invests in Healthcare Education

Oct 13, 2016
Jackie Yamanaka

Yellowstone County’s economic development arm is investing $50,000 in several healthcare education and provider projects in Billings. 

Big Sky Economic Development donated the largest amount, $20,000, to Billings Clinic for medical education. The money will go toward its Helmsley Simulation Laboratory and Medical Education Center. The center is for individuals in its internal medicine residency program and for practitioners across the region.