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Prospera’s Top 10 of the Week

Here is our Top 10 for this week celebrating southwest Montana’s economy. Our goal is share business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your business.

Marking 100 years, NorthWestern has new CEO, makes plans for future power supply

“I give a lot of credit to the management team,” Dykhouse said. “Bob and Brian … said we’re going to focus on what we’re good at. We’re going to focus on providing reliable, low-cost electricity and gas to our customers.”

8 Reasons to Move to Great Falls, Montana

Find out how dedication to people, place and potential makes Great Falls, well, great!

NW Regional App Challenge – Open to Montana girls 4th – 8th grade teams of 2 to 5 girls – April 29th , Online Event

Code Girls United is devoted to creating opportunities for 4th to 8th grade girls in technology course work, preparing them for successful high tech careers. The goal is to engage student creativity and encourage their participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education fields.

Sip, Savor, Code Fundraiser April 6th, Kalispell

Join us as our select panel of talented chefs serve ‘Chef’s Choice’ courses of gourmet bites and wine pairings. In a cocktail hour setting, enjoy music, conversation to support our team, The Tech Trio, who won the 2022 Congressional App Challenge for the state of Montana!

Montana-based Zoot Enterprises Advances Strategic Vision with Executive Team Promotions

Zoot Enterprises, Inc. is a global provider of advanced origination, acquisition and decision management solutions for some of the world’s largest organizations.

Printing For Less in Livingston thriving as new CEO, Dave Hawkins takes the reins. PFL has grown into one of the area’s largest employers with great career opportunities

“These last eight months have been the strongest sales period in the company’s history,” said Dave Hawkins, who became the new CEO of Printing For Less in January. “We have become more focused on serving primarily large enterprises through direct mail automation and print and fulfillment.”

Back Country Horsemen celebrate 50th anniversary

The Back Country Horsemen of the Flathead and Back Country Horsemen of Montana are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their organizations.

CBS Sunday Morning – Wrestle Like a Girl: Pinning down respect “Actually I CAN!”

Girls wrestling has been called the fastest-growing high school sport in the country. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with young athletes who are finding their power and earning respect on the mat; and with Sally Roberts, a former wrestling champion and founder of the advocacy organization Wrestle Like a Girl.

CBS Sunday Morning – COVID’s education crisis: A lost generation? What can be done to save them?

Students who were forced into remote learning because of the pandemic lost valuable time in class; one nationwide study shows reading skills have dropped to their lowest point in 30 years. With the added personal toll from COVID, this generation is facing a crisis of stunted learning and emotional turmoil. Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with educators about what can be done.