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City Club Missoula: Major TV shows could be filmed in western Montana in 2021

“We’re excited to introduce the landscape of Montana to the world,” she said. “Our job is to promote Montana worldwide. We want (production companies) to know that Montana exists, that we’re a viable opportunity for them and we have the resources and visuals they need.”

City Club: Missoula hospital executive predicts slow return to normalcy

The leader of a Missoula hospital thinks it’s going to take until at least the end of 2021 before life starts returning to normal.

Ronald Reagan – The Importance of Stories

Telling a story, he made me understand, helps make your case in a way that no abstraction can: A story builds an emotional bond, and emotional bonds build trust.

Tell Us Something December 2020 newsletter – What 80 Innovation Leaders Say About The Power Of Storytelling

A big part of the pandemic has been the feeling of isolation that many of us feel as we are staying home to stay safe. Sharing our stories can help with feelings of depression and anxiety. And it can help connect us with each other and ourselves. Sharing stories is essential to human nature.

City Club Missoula panel discusses business challenges, solutions during pandemic

Monday’s City Club Missoula Zoom presentation showcased ways leaders pivoted and came up with creative ways to stay afloat.

City Club Missoula – Missoula professionals gather to discuss mental health at Missoula forum

“We are seeing a huge increase in the acuity of the cases we’re treating in crisis as well as the cases of substance abuse.”

City Club Missoula explores pros, cons of tax increment financing, community benefits

City Club Missoula took on the hefty and often misunderstood topic of tax increment financing on Monday, pitting Missoula Mayor John Engen, who supports the program, against real estate developer Adam Hertz, who remains one the program’s outspoken critics.

City Club Missoula – Taxes, sports, housing and pandemic dominate virtual “State of the Community”

In the first ever virtual “State of the Community” presentation, Missoula Mayor John Engen, county Commissioner Josh Slotnick and University of Montana President Seth Bodnar touched on taxes, collegiate sports and housing, and the inequities revealed by the pandemic.

Virtually Recapping of Idaho’s 2020 Legislative Session With The City Club Of Boise

The discussion took place via Zoom meeting to respect social distancing and attendees asked questions via chat and e-mail.

City Club Missoula – From “critical thinking” to suicide, Missoula Schools tackling 21st Century issues

If you’re not in the schools today, you’re probably not as aware of the fundamental changes in curriculum.