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A $100 Million Bet That Vacationland Can Be a Tech Hub, Too

If the effort succeeds, it could provide a template for the many American cities struggling to share in the nation’s prosperity.

Economic Outlook 2020: Butte-Silver Bow County, economic development officials predict banner year

Butte’s future is looking bright.

This is what our working lives will look like in 2040

In November of last year, we finally caught up to the future envisioned in 1982’s Blade Runner. 

How Missoula grows: City leaders have their say

The building boom has been good to some but not as good for others, so city leaders will be on the hook to make sure Missoula grows in a way that benefits everyone on the socioeconomic ladder.

60 miles from college: Lack of education, a way out of poverty, could ‘kill rural America’

More than 5 million Americans live in education deserts, lacking any college within a 30-minute drive. Few students go away to college, and poverty persists.

Bozeman’s economy ranked strongest small economy third year in a row

The group uses 23 different factors over a 20-year period, including wages, unemployment and welfare.

Governor Bullock Announces Missoula Will Host 2020 Innovate Montana Symposium – Sept. 24-25

“The Innovate Montana Symposium offers entrepreneurs, whether seasoned experts or first-time business owners, tangible tools and resources to confidently start ad successfully grow their venture,” Governor Steve Bullock said.

Tell Us Something Fundraiser – 2/9 – Missoula, Montana

The first-ever Tell Us Something Fundraiser is a very special event celebrating connecting through stories, music and great food in an intimate setting.

Department of Commerce Announces 29 Montana Communities to Receive Planning Grants

“These planning grants will help Montana communities develop and preserve affordable homes, plan for community projects, and create and retain jobs.” Commerce Director Tara Rice 

The Latest Trend in Redevelopment: Parking Lot to Multi-Family Residential

The rise of autonomous vehicles will transform the way people commute, and have a huge impact on just how much parking is really needed at all.