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Made in Montana May Monthly: Members in the News, Business Spotlight, Food and Beverage Show, Tik Tok

If it’s produced in Montana, it’s produced with pride.

City of Bozeman set to raise pay for positions in hopes to remain competitive

The City of Bozeman raised the minimum wage for city employees to $21 an hour in the Spring of 2021. The city is now once again looking to raise wages for city employees in order…

After solarizing jail, Missoula County now eyes PV on public works, Lolo water

Commissioners on Thursday approved a $12,500 contract with Cushing Terrell to explore the feasibility of installing solar on the county’s public works building and another on the Lolo water and sewer facility.

2022 Montana Housing Partnership Virtual Conference – June 14-15 – Online

The virtual 2022 Montana Housing Partnership Conference is coming up June 14-15. The conference is offering two days packed full of great content including 15 sessions and three great plenary sessions!

Montana Superintendent of Education Arntzen draws backlash over counseling proposal

“We need to have more school counselors, not less,” Schoening told Montana Free Press. “And it needs to be in the [state] standards as a minimum requirement for quality education.”

Tech career training available at no cost – Montana Department of Labor and Industry

Partnering with Google, the Coursera online learning platform, and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), Montana’s Department of Labor & Industry is offering no-cost access to Google Career Certificates, online training in high-tech skills.

Here’s How to Get Infrastructure Funds to Smaller Cities

A coalition of nonprofits is starting the Local Infrastructure Hub to help mayors of small and medium-sized U.S. cities compete for $1 trillion in federal funds.

Free Book from the Fed Aims to Highlight Effective Rural Development

Creating prosperity in small towns and rural areas will take renewed investment and changing the kinds of stories we tell about rural America.

Rural Rising: Paper Examines What Makes a Thriving Rural America

Research highlights key themes around economic development opportunities for smaller communities, with an emphasis on work flexibility and a need for reliable broadband.

Missoula hires firm to review successes, gaps in plan to end homelessness

This week, members of the City Council approved a $42,000 contact with JG Research and Evaluation to take a comprehensive look at Reaching Home: Missoula’s 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness.

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