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University of Montana Students Revive Foresters’ Ball – Open to the Public – Feb. 3-4 – Schreiber Gym

This year’s ball is open to the public and will be held at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3-4. Tickets are available online. The theme is “Burnin’ Ground and Swingin’ Around!” and the attire is sure to include flannels, jeans, boots, overalls and cowboy hats.

Tester, Daines, Zinke, Rosendale Restart Montana Coffee Starting March 1 in Washington, D.C. – How About Gianforte in Montana?

Bipartisan weekly event provides opportunity for Montanans to meet directly with their congressional delegation

Great Valentine’s Day Gift Idea – Zoo lets you name a cockroach after an ex and have it fed to an animal.

For the last four years, the San Antonio Zoo has offered a symbolic way to get over a former flame. For a donation, the zoo allows the scorned to name a cockroach, rodent or veggie after an ex. They are then fed to animals on Valentine’s Day.

The Montana Housing Partnership is excited to invite you to the 2023 annual housing conference – May 15-17, 2023 – Helena.

National, regional, and local experts are being lined up to address a wide variety of affordable housing issues including rental housing and homeownership, homelessness, rural communities, economic development, and community development.

Upcoming Trainings: Government contracting, training for Farmers Market Vendors and more!

Whether you’re just getting started, looking for new customers, wanting to grow sales through e-commerce, or focusing on workforce.
We’re here to help.

Startup Bootcamp for Life Science Entrepreneurs on March 6th – MSU Campus

This event is designed for investigators, graduate students, faculty, and early-stage founders launching or considering starting a life-science focused technology venture.

WE THE PEOPLE Rally for Montana’s Constitution – Wednesday, February 1 at Noon – Montana State Capitol Rotunda in Helena

We need to let our legislators know that Montanans love and celebrate our Constitution and inspire them do the right thing. Come rally with us!

Bozeman mayor’s annual state of the city address highlights some good, some bad

Bozeman’s economy is strong, but its labor force is under pressure.

Gianforte touts progress, notes places to improve in State of State

Gov. Greg Gianforte struck a triumphant tone in his second State of the State address to the Legislature on Wednesday night, outlining a business-friendly first two years in office and laying out his priorities for the legislative session.

Missoula non-profit Tell Us Something has people sharing their stories – Does your community have stories to tell?

“Some haven’t been on the stage before. They’re regular people like me and you and talking our truth and some are hilarious stories, and some are heartbreaking stories,” Tell Us Something executive director Marc Moss said.