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Montana cable company sold to Nebraska firm

Fibervision, the Laurel-based cable company that serves about 1,600 Missoula customers in the Rattlesnake area, is being sold to a Nebraska-based consortium. by Dan Laidman The Independent After 30 years in the cable business, Fibervision’s…

Positive Systems Awarded Upper Yellowstone River Project

The Park Conservation District and the Montana Department of the Natural Resources and Conservation recently awarded Positive Systems, Inc. with a project that entails providing historical and topographical mapping of the upper Yellowstone River. The…

Test case scenario-Montana World Trade Center program hopes to put regional products in the hands of consumers in Ireland, Taiwan

On the top floor in one of the few buildings western Montanans call a high rise, Mark Porter toils away in his one-man office in downtown Missoula trying to make a go of his one-man…

Chicago group buys Smurfit parent

DUBLIN, Ireland — In a $3.5 billion deal, Chicago-based private investment firm Madison Dearborn Partners has agreed to take Irish packaging giant Jefferson Smurfit Group PLC private. By James P, Miller Tribune staff reporter The…

Mending broken hearts-Missoula cardiologist has gained international acclaim for his inventions

Stan Wilson is not a mechanical genius. His wife jokes that he can’t even fix an alarm clock. He hardly looks the part of a world-class inventor. His free-form salt-and-pepper beard and easy manner make…

Computer ER now an authorized Apple Authorized Service Provider

Computer ER is pleased to announce their designation as Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP). Being a leader in Macintosh and PC service, we’re now able to provide more solutions for our customers. In addition, Craig…

Stories of their lives

Missoula business makes video records for people to cherish Slowly, Alzheimer’s has taken a hold on Jane Baker’s mind. Where once a beautiful, active woman stood now sits an 83-year-old woman barely recognizing her daughter’s…

Virtual farmers

Economist’s Web game allows producers to buy, sell and trade – with cyber money By BECKY BOHRER of the Associated Press BILLINGS – For years, Terry Anvik has sold grain the way most of his…

Modwest achieves 90% growth in 2002

Company says explosive growth primarily attributed to customer referrals Missoula, MT – June 5, 2002 – Modwest Inc., a growing provider of shared and managed hosting services, announced today a near doubling in its customer…

Insurance costs singeing profits

Triple whammy has business rates soaring Montana business owners have been hit with shocking increases in insurance costs in recent months. By BETH BRITTON Tribune Business Editor Liability and property insurance premiums are going up…