Monthly Archives: March 2017

Mark Wandle Announced as New Superintendent of HP School District

Mark Wandle,

Worden, MT-Huntley Project’s High School Principal Mark Wandle has accepted the Superintendent position last night at the Huntley Project School Board meeting. He will be replacing retiring Superintendent Wes Coy, who announced he will be leaving at the end of the fiscal school year June 30, 2017. Mark Wandle has been the High School Principal at Huntley Project for the last 8 years. Interviews were conducted within the last week among 3 finalist Thom Peck, and Denise Chrest and the job was offered last night of which Wandle accepted immediately, according to sources familiar with the superintendent search committee.

Nine people applied to become the new superintendent of Huntley Project Schools of which the superintendent search committee met in haste the last couple read more

Tax abatement program helps jump-start business projects

Originally published in the print edition of Yellowstone County News. BILLINGS — It’s not without its critics. The tax abatement program that Yellowstone County and the City of Billings use to incentivize business growth, expansion and recruitment is often viewed … read more

Rimrock Productions is MetraPark’s first $1 million promoter

Originally published in the print edition of Yellowstone County News. BILLINGS — As business at MetraPark continues to grow, milestones are being reached and surpassed. This past week, as one of the venue’s top event promoters, Rimrock Promotions, made their … read more

Second rally for local DJ draws both supporters and opponents

BILLINGS — Two groups of demonstrators supporting and opposing local DJ Paul Mushaben met Saturday in front of the downtown building that houses radio station KCTR. Radio station officials suspended Mushaben indefinitely last month after he posted what some call … read more