Billings City Council Awards Legal Advertising contract to Yellowstone County News

Billings- The City of Billings awarded Yellowstone County News in Monday night’s City Council meeting the legal advertising contract for the next contract period. In an extensive consent agenda and debate, discussion revolved around long standing tradition of where Billings’ legal advertising has gone for many years, whether the business was located within city limits or whether businesses and individuals will follow the change.

City of Billings staff had recommended that the City Council approve the agreement for legal advertising with Yellowstone County News for one year, with five, one-year options to renew by mutual agreement.

During executive action and debate, Council member Brent Cromley made the motion to award the Billings Times as the legal advertising contract publication of record while Council member Mike Yakawich seconded the motion. Council member Rich McFadden said that he would vote against the motion, as Yellowstone County News actually “had won the bid and came in (more…)


Yellowstone County News Changes Owners

ycnmainbannerHuntley, MT – Jonathan and Tana McNiven of rural Huntley have purchased the weekly Yellowstone County Newspaper from Pete and Rebecca Robison of Huntley effective October 1st. The McNivens plan to keep the paper in the same location and format for the time being. Jonathan, a 1997 graduate of Huntley Project High School, is a current sitting (more…)


Mysteries of Superintendent Dave Mahon

So today, the Yellowstone County News published two articles about Dave Mahon, Superintendent of Havre Schools who resigned last week. It also turns out that Mr. Mahon resigned the same post at Huntley Project Schools in Worden, MT previously in the same fashion. However, the interesting twist is Mr. Mahon will get paid from the Havre School District for the next two years when he’s not even there. 

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Superintendent Mahon Making The Rounds

For those schools who might be looking for a new superintendent, Dave Mahon is available.  Well, that is as of yesterday! 

Mahon who has been the superintendent at Havre School District for the last seven months has turned in his letter of resignation.  However, the interesting part is that he still will continue to get a pay check until June 30, 2012.  With that being said, there has to be something going on behind closed doors that the rest of us don’t know.  However, on the flip side, we need to take notes on how he moves from one school to another.  I’m going out on a short limb here to say it’s got to be his resume.  Whether that’s true or not, I’ll let you be the judge.  Now whether its legal for him to do, one thing is sure; he’s off to another ‘gig’.  Well, not quite yet! (more…)


Latest Huntley Project Website Updates and Community News

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For those interested,
The Huntley Project  website continues to add new businesses and informational resources for those to view online.  At this time, it might be important to highlight a few of the lastest happenings and resources available over there. 
Firstly,  Sawyer Brown performed during this years (more…)

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