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Flathead Valley Community College offers courses to assist nonprofits

Citing a need for stronger nonprofits in the Flathead Valley, several local entities have designed a series of courses to improve the capacity of the more than 300 nonprofits operating in the area.

Climate Ride – Bikers Raise More Than $110,000 For Glacier National Park

Climate Ride has organized what they call "green conferences on wheels" all over the country but this is their first ride through Glacier.

Missoula Baskin-Robbins kicks off Community ConesSM Paper Icon Program to benefit The Missoula Food Bank for third consecutive year.

Proceeds from the fundraiser will be given to the food bank to aid in their day-to-day operations, as they continue to move toward a new building in Missoula.

Red ants pepper Montana ahead of the annual Red Ants Pants Music Festival

The ant is making stops across Montana in anticipation of the Red Ants Pants music festival in White Sulphur Springs July 23-26. Headliners include the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Ryan Bingham. Other musicians are Lee Ann Womack, three-time Grammy winner Keb’ Mo’, Turnpike Troubadours, Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis.

Brad Pitt foundation homes with flashy price tag arrive in Poplar, Montana

Each foundation-built house costs about $283,000 while the median cost of a home in Poplar is about $46,900, according to a Montana real estate agency.

GrantStation Launches the PathFinder, Inc. announces the release of the PathFinder, a free, interactive website designed to assist the grantseeker in discovering the right resources to achieve their professional development goals.

Brad Pitt foundation homes arrive on Montana reservation

The homes, built in Washington state, are being laid down in a sustainable village project on the old Poplar airport site. They are built from state-of-the art recycled materials and are LEED Platinum standard, foundation officials said.

Conservation groups launch Smith River social media campaign

"We’re just reminding people what’s at risk," said Montana Trout Unlimited Executive Director Bruce Farling.

Some of Hollywood’s Finest Attend Special Screening of ‘Jurassic World’ at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana

On Wednesday, Bozeman looked a lot more like Hollywood. Some lucky people got a special screening of the new movie, Jurassic World and even some of Hollywood’s finest were here to celebrate with the Jurassic fans.

United Way website intended to connect organizations with volunteers

United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area hopes to make the website, which connects volunteers with volunteer opportunities, the "one stop shop" for people hoping to give back and organizations looking for help.