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2018 economic outlook - Mentors, volunteers and health care clients: Aging population in southwest Montana has pros and cons

February 4, 2018View for printing

Fred Hartline, 72, feels an affinity for what he describes as Butte's "informal, do-it-yourself, spunky atmosphere and denizens." He celebrates the city's comparatively low housing costs and the surrounding region's scenic beauty and its extraordinary opportunities for outdoors recreation.

He appreciates the intellectual stimulation offered by Montana Tech, where his wife, Beverly, is vice chancellor for research and dean of graduate studies and where he helps out with the university's public lecture series.

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