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Senator Jon Tester Secures $61 Million for Montana Small Businesses Through American Rescue Plan

“Montana’s economic development community is thankful for Senator Tester’s leadership in helping to secure these SSBCI funds for our state from the Treasury Department,” said Paul Tuss, Executive Director of Bear Paw Development Corporation, a five-county, two-reservation Economic Development District based in Havre. “Through a partnership with the Montana Department of Commerce, these funds will be used to help Main Street businesses start-up or expand, leading to more jobs, an expanded tax base and a more robust economy for our entire state. In northern Montana, our organization looks forward to partnering with area banks and the private sector to deploy these funds so small businesses in our rural area have the capital they need to be successful.”

There’s dinosaurs in them there hills: Prehistoric lizards and homesteaders mingle at the Carter County, Montana Museum

There’s not much better than a small town museum. You know the ones. They’re usually off the main drag, but not too far, because they need the traffic. Usually they’re free, but sometimes it’s a couple bucks. But you happily fork it over.

Discover Anaconda recognized for work revitalizing downtown area

“We kind of just stood at the corner of commercial and main and said we’re going to start here and work our way down and start making strides one building at a time if we have to,” said Adam Vauthier.

Community group works to revitalize small Montana town – Winnett ACES

Surrounded by rolling hills of grassland, grazed by cattle, and ran by descendants of homesteaders — this community is being brought back to life.

Montana’s American Prairie Reserve Receives Final Approval For Bison Grazing Plan

Final decision restores wildlife, improves land health, and complies with all laws

MMEC Events E-Blast – Registration Now Open for Lean Lego Workshop in Missoula


Heather Knutson-Walter Joins Mission West Community Development Partners as Executive Director

A welcome reception for Heather Knutson-Walter will be held at Mission West’s 407 Main Street S.W. facility in Ronan at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday August 3rd .

Rocky Vista Montana College receives approval to recruit, accept students

“Montana needs more physicians,” said Steve Arveschoug, executive director of Big Sky Economic Development. “We need more in primary care. We need to be able to refer more doctors to rural, underserved parts of our state, so everybody got the need.”

Missoula Public Library Named World’s Best in 2022 – Great Video

“… Missoula Public Library has it all. The building stands out for its beautiful architecture that pays homage to the surrounding landscape, while functioning as a library with a wealth of offers and possibilities that also serves as a meeting place for the local community. The library, therefore, scores highly against all the award’s criteria. It’s a library that you would relish having in your own local area. It’s a library built for the future,” said Jury chair Jakob Guillois Lærkes at the July, 2022 World Library event, hosted in Dublin.

Code Girls United incorporating summer programs

Code Girls United is a statewide after-school program that teaches girls in fourth through eighth grade all about coding, the terms, and how to create their own apps.