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New nonprofit promotes Montana Constitution as lawmakers eye changes

Several months ago state Rep. Derek Skees, R-Kalispell, called the constitution a “socialist rag,” saying changes needed to be made.

Prospera’s 2022 Annual Report

A big – Thank you! – to the members and supporters of Prospera. Your support goes directly to helping us provide our business development services we offer each year to near 2000 clients and companies right here in Montana.

‘Quiet quitting’ poses a cybersecurity risk that calls for a shift in workplace culture 

Considering that 82% of data breaches last year involved the human element or human error, security leaders can’t afford to overlook the risks presented by quiet quitting, particularly amid the Great Resignation, where employees expect greater work-life balance. 

Tip of the Spear Podcast – Missoula County But A Moment in Time: Reflecting on Gratitude

This week, Commissioners Vero, Slotnick and Strohmaier immersed themselves in the spirit of the holiday season by talking about gratitude. They share some of their favorite adages and how they stay grounded through the pressure of productivity.

Try to Please All and You Will Please None: How Segmenting Your List Can Increase Online Engagement and Charitable Giving

Have you ever used these communication strategies with your nonprofit community members?

Montana Bioscience Alliance Fall 2022 Newsletter

The Montana Bioscience Alliance serves as a hub for Montana’s biotechnology companies,
entrepreneurs, laboratories, hospitals, clinics and universities to commercialize, grow and sustain
globally competitive bioscience companies — ultimately to create high-quality jobs and economic
opportunity in Montana.

Broadband rollout gets local workshops in Montana – Butte: Dec. 5, 6:30 p.m., La Quinta Inn, Holiday Park Drive

With one out of every four Montanans lacking an internet subscription of any kind, the state Department of Administration is researching where to deploy $266 million from the federal American Rescue Plan Act for improving broadband service.

Broadband rollout gets local workshops in Montana – Havre: Dec. 7, 6:30 p.m. Best Western Plus, 1425 Hwy. 2 NW

The town hall meetings in Missoula as well as Butte, Havre and Miles City will bring together community leaders, internet service providers, stakeholder groups, school, library and health care workers and the general public for review of grant proposals and next review steps.

Broadband rollout gets local workshops in Montana – Miles City: Dec. 8, 6:30 p.m. Sleep Inn, 1006 S. Hayes Ave.

The town hall meetings in Missoula as well as Butte, Havre and Miles City will bring together community leaders, internet service providers, stakeholder groups, school, library and health care workers and the general public for review of grant proposals and next review steps.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 11-20-22

1) Congratulations to Rod and Lisa Cline of Cut Bank on winning the first-place state “Community Impact Award” from the Reimagining Rural program, for their efforts to help revitalize downtown Cut Bank. Read the full story at the Cut Bank Pioneer Press.