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Qualcomm announces smart cities accelerator program

Qualcomm will provide ‘matchmaking’ for governments, municipalities, and enterprises with hardware, software, cloud, design, and manufacturing providers under its new Smart Cities Accelerator Program.

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...

House bill extending Montana economic development programs clears Legislature

A bill delaying the sunset on seven state economic development programs passed the Legislature on Thursday, now requiring only the signature of Gov. Steve Bullock to receive funding for the next eight years.

Whitefish Mayor Says ‘State of the City is Strong’

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

How Single-Family Garages Can Ease California’s Housing Crisis

Across the U.S., there are more homes with three-car garages being constructed than there are one-bedroom apartments.

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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.

GFDA Top 10

Kudos to the raid warriors, remote workers, gig freelancers, and entrepreneurs who live through the headaches of business travel to support our economy. Great Falls is such an easy and pleasant airport to fly in...

How rural Montana grocery stores are thriving

You can probably name a couple of grocery stores in a 10-mile radius of your home, but for folks living in Geraldine, MT depending on their location, some couldn’t name one in a 70-mile radius...

Montana Department of Transportation struggles with Kalispell’s growth

“We’re now the third fastest micropolitan area in the United States for the second year in a row.” Joe Unterreiner, President of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce

Population growth continues in Gallatin County, up 25% since 2010

Gallatin County outpaces all other counties in the state over the last eight years.

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