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Senator Tester Secures Additional $445,000 in Emergency Connectivity Funding to Close Homework Gap for Montana Students

Funding for students and staff lacking access to internet and digital devices

Now Is the Time to Write Your 1-Page Strategic Plan

I see CEOs running around talking about strategy in a way that is completely unintelligible to their average employee.

J.K. & David Simmons release song “All Aboard Montana” in support of Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority (North Coast Hiawatha) rail restoration

It supports restoring the North Coast Hiawatha rail line. David is a musician. J.K. is known throughout the world in major motion pictures, including Spiderman. Both graduated from the University of Montana, where their father, Donald Simmons, was the long-time director of the School of Music.

Big Sky Economic Development – January 2022 Trainings & Events

Startup Roadmap – January 20th

Habitat for Humanity, University of Montana partner to build 3D-printed homes

Habitat for Humanity and UM will partner to raise the $60,000 needed for the printer.

Tell Us Something – CALL FOR STORYTELLERS! In our return to live in-person events, we need storytellers! THEME: STONE SOUP

We are so excited to be returning to in-person storytelling events this year! Help us make 2022 a great year by voting on themes that you’d like to see at the events.

Tonight! – “Trust Me” Montana-based documentary on misinformation, disinformation will get worldwide audience

According to most Montana PBS affiliates, the documentary “Trust Me” will air at 5 p.m., and 10 p.m. Friday.

Montana Business Quarterly – Special Issue

Montana’s Economy Across the State

Happy New Year – January 2022 MEDA News

Please pause for a minute to think “Spring” and help us find the best date for the MEDA Conference, to be held in Anaconda (most likely) or Fairmont.

MAPS (Media Arts in the Public Schools) kicks off 2022 with drones, music, animation and film classes

“Ravalli County eighth- to 12th-graders will have incredible creative opportunities in the new year,” said Clare Ann Harff, MAPS Executive Director, in a press release. “From building drones and character drawing for animation, to creating music from scratch and a promotional video for the Ravalli DUI Task Force, MAPS studios will be hopping this winter!”