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Kalispell Chamber Announces Search for New Chief Executive Officer

Joe Unterreiner celebrates completion of 24 years of continued service, growth with Chamber

Montana’s candidates for Governor talk pre-k, education

“It really is about implementing that statewide public preschool program for our littlest learners, and it’s time we get that done. I believe that Montana’s Constitution tells us rightly so that everyone is entitled to a free, high-quality public education. We should start with our 4-year-olds. We’re one of only a handful of states that doesn’t prioritize our littlest learners.” Whitney Williams

Montana Free Press “Feeding the Need: Responding to Hunger in Montana” – 5/27 – 12:00PM MST

This virtual event is free, but attendance is limited, and we expect to be at full capacity, so please RSVP here. We hope you can join us.

Montana Nonprofit Association helping organizations work through COVID-19

Montana’s non-profits are standing in where business or government either can’t or won’t.

Why Have Women Leaders Excelled At Fighting The Coronavirus Crisis?

The leaders who have demonstrated to be the most decisive — and calm — have also been women.

Governor Bullock Announces Montana to Enter Phase Two of Reopening Plan on June 1

“Montana has been an example for the rest of the nation in our response to this global pandemic. I have no doubt that we can continue to be that example, but only if Montanans, businesses, and visitors alike continue to take seriously the responsibility we all have in protecting others,” Governor Bullock said.

Commerce Department Announces 2020 Montana Tourism Award Winners

“As we face this new challenging time together, it’s important to recognize some of the people and organizations that have made Montana’s tourism and recreation industries the economic drivers they have long been,” Montana Department of Commerce Director Tara Rice

AAON donates $1.25M to Winifred, Montana Public Schools to honor founder Norman Asbjornson

Asbjornson attributes a large part of his success to his hometown, which has a population of less than 200.

Small Montana towns feeling economic impacts of COVID-19

“While our economy certainly relies upon, and we appreciate our visitors, we also want to ensure those visitors don’t bring problems, meaning their infections, from their home states to our state,” says Governor Bullock.

The 2020 Public Service Academy is now fully online.

We are excited to offer high-quality training from experts in the field.