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$1.5M Grant from Washington Foundation to Benefit UM, MCPS Education Programs

“Over the last six years, UM and MCPS have taken the lead on building a teaching and learning model that ensures that every child has the opportunity to succeed,” said Mike Halligan, executive director of...

University of Montana Report: Visitors Spent $3.7B in Montana Last Year

Visitation to Montana was down 1% in 2018, though spending in the state increased nearly 11% overall.

Montana Business Quarterly – University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research

Each Montana community has its own unique economy. Take a look at the largest communities in the state, as we summarize their recent economic trends.

More flights, carrier competition drive Missoula airfares to lowest in the state

When the results came, they reflected an 11 percent reduction in airfares and a $5 million savings to Missoula passengers.

Brick by Brick – Housing’s Impact on Great Falls – 5/6

“it is hard to argue that housing is not a fundamental human need. Decent, affordable housing should be a basic right for everybody in this country. The reason is simple: without stable shelter, everything else...

Missoula, Montana’s Submittable Grants Management is #1 in 20 Best Grant Management Software in 2019

First in our list is Submittable—an all-in-one application management software that simplifies the grants management process for different organizations (foundation, nonprofit, universities, etc.).

How to Find the Best Coworking Space for Your Business

Coworking spaces can be a great deal for small businesses.

Helena might raise property taxes to benefit open lands, urban forests

The two potential rate increases would nearly double the Parks and Recreation Urban Forestry assessment and add less than 5% to the Open Lands assessment for next year’s budget.

Whitefish Mayor Says ‘State of the City is Strong’

Top issues identified in annual report include growth, affordable housing, transportation and infrastructure

Missoula leaders adopt philosophy of “innovation” when problem solving

Thinking outside the box to solve Missoula’s persistent challenges – and those in Montana as well – can be messy indeed, and not all good ideas are born to succeed.

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