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Anaconda keeping up with business and population boom

“Today there’s a lot of success that you can see in all of the retail shops and restaurants and bars and businesses that are opening up in the downtown area.” said Adam Vauthier, executive director of Discover Anaconda.

Montana Supreme Court OKs ballot initiative to make pre-K a constitutional right. Montana will have until June 17 to gather more than 60,000 signatures if they want to put the question to voters in November.

After a ruling by the Montana Supreme Court, proponents of making preschool a constitutional right in Montana will have until June 17 to gather more than 60,000 signatures if they want to put the question to voters in November.

Missoula County Commissioner Josh Slotnick: Requiem for dreams, or not

Coming with a livelihood already intact or money in-hand is now actually a prerequisite for moving to Missoula, or you can’t come at all. The place just costs too much to move here and then figure it out.

The NY Times – The most in-demand kitchen in Missoula, Montana is run by refugees

Round Missoula, a university city of 75,000, Ms. Al-Masry, 33, has develop into a small superstar chef. Clients in denims and heavy boots lined up outdoors in sub-freezing temperatures to pattern baba ghanoush and halawa with semolina, a semolina dessert topped with pistachios.

Habitat for Humanity of Missoula seeks land donations to build affordable housing

In an effort to increase affordable housing options in the city, Habitat for Humanity of Missoula seeks homeowners with underutilized backyard space to donate land to community land trusts.

New approach to affordable housing in Missoula could be a model for the rest of the state

NeighborWorks Montana partnered with the North Missoula Community Development Corporation (NMCDC) to try something brand new in the state to preserve the housing for renters: they’re establishing the property as a community land trust.

Bye, Zoom: This smart new app is the future of online meetings

Switchboard brings a whole new approach to remote teamwork—and makes familiar videoconferencing seem archaic in comparison.

New incentives to entice Missoula developers to include affordable housing in projects

“We know it can be a challenge to include income-restricted units in buildings,” said Emily Harris-Shears, the city’s housing policy specialist. “We may be able to offer ways to do that so that it helps their bottom line, as well as our community goals around housing.”

First in the nation, in Livingston, Montana: A nonprofit, federally inspected, meat processing plant

“The ability for producers to come in and be a part of the project, they get the taxes benefit, we’re able to help out those in need in different areas in Montana,”

Missoula hires firm to review successes, gaps in plan to end homelessness

This week, members of the City Council approved a $42,000 contact with JG Research and Evaluation to take a comprehensive look at Reaching Home: Missoula’s 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness.

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