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Hollywood hits the Mining City: Yellowstone prequel “1932” to film in Butte Civic Center from July 1 to January 15, 2023.

“We’re gonna have a spotlight on our community that we haven’t had and you can’t even pay for that kind of advertisement,” said Chief executive J.P. Gallagher.

Two Missoula firms seek state grant to hire 222 workers over next two years

Under the Big Sky grant, the jobs must pay at or above the county average wage, which is currently $22.83 an hour in Missoula County, according to the Missoula Economic Partnership.

Revelry: Multiple businesses set up in historic former church in downtown Missoula

Kiah Hochstetler and an investor business partner bought the former First Baptist Church building at 308 W. Pine St. in 2019 and have been busy attracting tenants ever since. It’s now called The Revelry Missoula.

Montana Startup, Endpoint Utility, tackles the lack of Tech Support for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners

Endpoint Utility Corp, a 2022 Montana Start Up to Watch, announced today the launch of its On-Demand Tech Support program, a monthly subscription service providing small businesses and individual business owners with the IT support needed to stay secure and productive.

Prospera Pulse 6/12/22 – Regional News, Funding Sources, Upcoming Trainings

Do you have a capital project that needs support? Consider applying for funding from the 100 Strong Giving Circle of the One Valley Community Foundation!
100 Strong Gallatin Valley’s next giving circle meeting is right around the corner and nonprofit applications are due June 19th! After applications are reviewed by a committee, three nonprofit finalists will be asked to give a 10-minute presentation at the next meeting on June 27th. After the presentations, members will vote for their favorite project and will be awarded funds!

Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund – Good Paying Jobs to Promote Long-Term Stable Economic Growth in Montana

 Program guidelines are available, and includes more information about the program specifics, including eligibility, penalties, procedures and other requirements.

GFDA’s Top 10

Here is our Top 11 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Bozeman, Montana – ‘Zoom towns’ spike in popularity, but not everyone is on board

With so many American companies allowing employees to do their jobs remotely, there’s been a migration from major cities to smaller, more rural areas. Those who are moving love the lower cost of living, but how do the area’s longtime residents feel? NBC’s Maggie Vespa reports in this week’s Sunday Spotlight on “Zoom towns” that popped up over the pandemic.

60 Minutes – Local newsrooms strained by budget-slashing financial firms – Alden Global Capital and Heath Freeman

Alden Capital has sort of a playbook of going into a distressed newsroom and selling off the real estate and property, equipment, things like that. And second of all, diminishing the resources that the reporters have.

CBS Sunday Morning – Taylor Sheridan, the cowboy behind “Yellowstone”

Called one of the most important western writers in decades, Taylor Sheridan created the hit TV series “Yellowstone” and its prequel, “1883” (along with the prequel’s upcoming sequel, “1932”). Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Sheridan (who is as cowboy as they come), and with “Yellowstone” star Kevin Costner, about a return of the drama of the west.

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