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AT&T ends service to customers in northeast Montana

In portions of rural eastern Montana, including much of the sprawling Fort Peck Indian Reservation, already-spotty cellphone coverage has gotten even harder to find for many residents.

Senator Tester to Hold Town Hall in Missoula Friday, June 21

As your Senator, my top priority is serving Montanans.

Lt. Gov. Cooney and Director Rice Present Awards to Industry Leaders Who Support Affordable Homes in Montana

“These housing champions have spent much of their careers focused on strengthening our vibrant communities with their passion, commitment and ability to collaborate public, private partnerships,” Lt. Gov. Cooney

Lights, camera, action: Montana filmmakers open for business after tax bill passes

The law doesn’t kick in until July 1, but Bozeman-based production rental company Filmlites Montana is already preparing for the wave of films, shows, and commercials the bill is expected to bring to Montana.

Register for the Tourism Grant Program Webinar Workshop on Multiple Dates Online

An over-view of the Program guidelines and timelines; updates and an overview of the application; and an opportunity to answer questions about potential projects. 

How to navigate through the Opportunity Zone tax maze

To show how it works, we’ll say Jack has a gain in Apple stock.

$150 million solar project north of Dillon jumps through first hurdle

If it becomes a reality, the solar project, which would generate 120 Megawatts of power, would become the largest in the state.

Men behind new Montana film bill say cap kills growth

“We want to launch a large, modern, state of the art Hollywood production studio in Montana.

Montana Association of Counties News: June 2019

I would like to encourage all county officials to consider participating in the NACo High Performance Leadership Academy (HPLA) as they prepare their 2019-2020 budgets.

Butte-Silver Bow commissioners put hold on BLDC money proposal

Debate over how the county should spend about $65,000 from a property tax levy each year has morphed into a bigger conversation about what is and what isn’t economic development in Butte and how to...

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