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What science says about the best way to eat (and what we’re still figuring out)

Confused about nutrition? Here are the science-backed principles that get the green light — and what we’re still figuring out.

‘Girls Who Code’ book series temporarily banned in Pennsylvania school district

One among many titles in peril across classrooms in America.

Tickets to the Startup Soiree are going FAST – This Friday Night! 9/30 – Bozeman

If you want a chance to get 1-1 advising from the founder and former CEO of Dollar Shave Club, Michael Dubin,  or win a new pair of Peak skis and exclusive advising from Peak Skis co-founders Andy Wirth and Bode Miller,  you’re going to have to buy tickets, because those items are ONLY AVAILABLE for bid in the live auction THIS Friday night.

Ranch Days teaches horse enthusiasts of all levels the Montana lifestyle

“You always want to be calm, assertive and happy when you’re working with an animal. And this place brings it all together. There’s no judgment in this place at all. Nobody judges anybody. I don’t care who you are, or what you’re doing. We just try to help, that’s all,” said Joshua Foster of White Hawk Healing.

Gallatin Co. commissioners look into leasing apartments for employees

‘We’re really having a problem within the county — as all businesses are — retaining our employees and finding housing for them, and we’re having some employees that lose their housing, and they just have to leave the area,” Gallatin County Commissioner Joe Skinner said.

Incoterms®️ 2020 – Montana World Trade Center -10/5 – Online

International Commercial Terms, better known as Incoterms®️, are the three most important letters in any international sales contract.

Radically Rural: How Investing in Branding Is Helping Rural Communities Come Out on Top

The pandemic expanded opportunities for workers to have more choice about where they live. Rural places could benefit.

Oregon needs thousands of construction, government workers to close housing gap

  (Oregon Capital Chronicle) Oregon’s housing shortage is worse today than it was before the start of the Covid pandemic, a state economist told lawmakers last week during a hearing to discuss ways of easing…

The pandemic child care crisis is still here

Nearly 90,000 fewer people are working in the child care industry today compared to February 2020.

Suddenly, Nobody Wants to Live in Idaho

Arrivals have been running at more than three to one of the departures, but the site now claims the difference is no more than a couple of dozen newcomers for every 100 people leaving.