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Libby lumber mill to close, 300 to lose jobs

The Stimson Lumber Mill in Libby will close by the end of the year, company presi dent Andrew Miller announced Monday, shocking some 300 employees who will be jobless by January. Miller came from company…

Made in Montana gets a Web site

The Made in Montana/Grown in Montana line is going on the Web. The Montana Department of Commerce says that 20 percent of the mostly 3,100 registered products have signed up for a free online products…

Benefis names new CEO

After five months of searching, Benefis Healthcare announced Tuesday that it has hired a new president and CEO. South Dakota native John H. Goodnow, most recently president of Deaconess Hospital, a 339-bed teaching hospital in…

Technical Sourcing to break ground on new U.S. Corporate Headquarters in Missoula

Technical Sourcing International, Inc. (TSI), http://www.tsiinc.com/ a leading producer and supplier of raw material ingredients to the nutraceutical industry, is scheduled to officially break ground for its new US corporate headquarters in Missoula, MT on…

First Call Opens New Downtown Technology Center

First Call Computer Solutions http://www.firstsolution.com has moved to 616 S. Higgins in Missoula. For the last four years First Call Computer Solutions has been located in the old DeSmet School House just west of town….

ILX Lightwave lays off another 23 Bozeman workers

In its fifth round of layoffs in 16 months, ILX Lightwave on Thursday let another 23 Bozeman employees go. The high-tech company also laid off four of its workers in Boulder, Colo. It now has…

Visual Learning Systems and American Forests Form Strategic Partnership

MISSOULA, Montana – Visual Learning Systems, Inc. (VLS) is pleased to announce its partnership with American Forests. American Forests will promote VLS’s revolutionary feature-extraction and image classification product, Feature Analyst, and in turn VLS will…

L-P official says company to sell Missoula plant, keep two mills

Forestry giant Louisiana-Pacific Corp. said Wednesday it will not sell its lumber mills in Deer Lodge and Belgrade, but expects to close on the sale of the Missoula particleboard plant before the end of the…

Great Falls’ history, coffee served up at Storefront University

Downtown Great Falls was a hub of activity Thursday night as people enjoyed the fine weather and took in classes at the fourth annual Storefront University. By BETH BRITTON Tribune Business Editor Sponsored by several…

‘Drool’ to be bottled in aluminum

Brewery hopes new container easier to recycle In a few weeks, earth-friendly beer drinkers won’t have to feel guilty about getting a buzz from bottled brews. Katherine Sather Montana Kaimin To compensate for the lack…