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Montana’s First Multi-County Regional Port Authority Established in Lewistown

Snowy Mountain Development Corporation and six Central Montana rural county governments find a modern way to apply a traditional tool to counter economic and political pressures on rural county budgets in the post-covid era.

Montana State research expenditures top $200 million for first time

“The vast majority of these dollars come from the federal government and are won through  incredibly competitive granting processes,” said Alison Harmon, MSU’s vice president for research and economic development. “This record is a credit to the work ethic, competitiveness and high caliber of our faculty.”

Killing the economic polar bear

According to two economists from BlackRock, there should be a louder debate about the tradeoffs between fighting inflation and well, killing, economic growth. As the United States Federal Reserve continues to hike interest rates, what will be the ultimate decision?

GFDA Releases FY 2022 Audited Financial Statement

One of the Great Falls Development Authority’s core values is transparency. We are proud to be the only economic development organization in Montana to earn Guidestar Candid’s annual Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest level of non-profit transparency.

AGATE – Montana Association of Gifted and Talented Education

We empower students who are gifted and talented by promoting best practices and partnering with  educators, parents, administrators, legislators, community leaders and the general public.

Taking Care of the Place We Love – Bozeman, Montana

We need the cooperation of longtime locals, tourists, new residents, and businesses—please help us by being good to Bozeman. Here are some of the ways you can contribute to this effort.

Montana’s Republican Legislators shift $6M from workforce training grants to biz automation loans

But Democratic legislators and labor representatives objected to the proposal, arguing that the limited applications for the workforce training program were due to an onerous application process, a lack of advertising for the grants and a low ceiling on the amount of grant money per worker.

Yellowstone Fiber turns on service for first round of customers in Bozeman, Montana

The first area includes a neighborhood off Durston Road and Laurel Parkway.

City Club Missoula explores democracy, teacher pay and ‘equity’ – Hosts ‘Getting Schooled’ forum

Several times, panelists stressed the power of local school boards in Montana. Rep. David Bedey, R-Hamilton, said community members can have robust discussions with their trustees, including about requirements for civics and fiscal literacy. And…

Senator Jon Tester Receives ‘Guardian of Small Business Award’ for Championing Montana Small Businesses

Tester receives award from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)