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Flathead Valley Community College Offers New Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Preparatory Course

Program is geared toward potential military recruits and anybody else considering secondary education

Bozeman, Montana’s young entrepreneurs showcase businesses at Children’s Business Fair

The Acton Children’s Business Fair is not unique to Bozeman — it’s a global affair. The fair is a program developed by Acton Academy, a worldwide alternative model to schooling that’s based on a one-room school structure with a multi-age classroom. Acton schools have held 850 fairs across 16 countries — this fair was happening the same date as one in Romania.

This urban planner created a new metric to find a city’s most frightening intersections

Measuring cyclists’ cognitive workload as they bike through different parts of a city shows the places that need more safety features.

Montana Rail Authority gains new members, eyes infrastructure funding

The Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority this week gained new support after Stillwater County voted to join and, along with Rosebud County, will petition the rail organization for membership.

We’ve been here before: Wyoming nuclear project echoes of past

The multi-billion dollar Natrium project is a joint effort of PacifiCorp, TerraPower and the U.S. Department of Energy that is expected to place a 345-megawatt power plant in Wyoming. Behind TerraPower is none other than Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

First “flat and flush” on-street Electric Vehicle charge points installed in London

An array of 15 Connectors are hooked up to a cloud-connected power cabinet that’s connected to a 3-phase grid supply, and can be installed up to 100 meters away from the farthest flat and flush Connector.

California Congressman Mark Takano Introduces Legislation For A Four-Day Workweek – Working 9-To-5 Is An Antiquated Relic

“A shorter workweek would benefit both employers and employees alike.” He pointed out, “Pilot programs run by governments and businesses across the globe have shown promising results, as productivity climbed and workers reported better work-life balance, less need to take sick days, heightened morale and lower childcare expenses because they had more time with their family and children.”

Boost Public Car Share to Reduce Private Vehicle Ownership – Expanding Car-Share Beyond America’s Biggest Cities

There is one unsung tactic that reduces the number of cars on the road and their consequences without big public investment, redevelopment, or a toll on central-business-district-bound drivers: expanding car access through car share.

TuSimple Enlists Ryder To Build Out A Robot Truck Network

TuSimple, a San Diego-based developer of autonomous driving technology for semi-trucks, says Ryder System will support its plans for a nationwide “autonomous freight network” across by providing access to U.S. facilities Ryder operates to keep big rigs rolling.

Advocates Hope New Mexico Bill Offers National Model For Frontier Equity

Recently passed legislation establishes a new ombudsperson role for bringing the perspectives and needs of rural communities into the state’s policy- and grant-making processes.