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Bozeman tech company commonFont donates $500,000 to The Human Resource Development Council’s Griffin Place

“CommonFont and HRDC have been partnered up for a couple of years now. We think they’re a really strong organization and they do a lot for our community with, I would say, really limited resources,” said Abby Schlatter, CommonFont CEO.

What Are ‘Montana Values’?

Every campaign season, we hear a lot about “Montana Values.” Things like liberty, opportunity, and love of public land. Ideas that supposedly define Montanans. But when elections come around, that language seems to do just…

She Proclaims: Our Declaration of Independence from a Man’s World by Jennifer Palmieri

In an era marked by a frustrating sense of stagnation for women, Jennifer Palmieri has found a way to move beyond the bounds of patriarchy.

Community Members, Organizations Invited to Open Forum on University of Montana’s Future Design – 7/24 – 10AM

“At this early stage in our process, it’s critically important we hear from our external constituencies and listen to their perspectives about the UM of the future,” said Paul Gladen, co-chair of the UDT and director of UM’s Blackstone LaunchPad. “Our community members are strongly encouraged to share their ideas and feedback about UM’s future.”

Montana Next Generation of Community and Economic Development Tools Report Released; Your Input and Recommendations Requested by July 27th

To help us prioritize our next steps, I am asking you to complete our brief survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NextGenComments   so we can hear from you – what topics and themes interest you. 

Tell Us Something – Storytelling Intensive Workshop this summer!

If you’ve always wanted to discover your story and learn how to perform it, this workshop is for you!

Sen. Jon Tester – Update on available Broadband assistance

The fund would estabish a fund to compensate rural broadband providers for offering free or discounted services to families who are struggling to keep up with their bills due to COVID-19.

The Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program – 2020 Program Applications Available

The Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program is designed to inspire hope for our youth, develop pride in our rural communities, and foster strength and courage in our leadership.

Red Ants Pants Foundation Newsletter – The Show Must Go On

Our second class of girls have graduated from the our Girls Leadership Program. 

Is your county on board for a new passenger train route through Montana? All Aboard!

your county commissioners have one week to decide to participate in the formation of the Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority. Time is running out!