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Montana Board of Housing Invites 8 Affordable Homes Properties to Apply for Federal Housing Credits

More than $32.2 million in credits will be awarded

Bitterroot College future depends on complicated state laws

The work could actually iron out a process for establishing other community colleges around the state.

The owners of The Historic Murray Hotel in Livingston, Montana have an idea to save the summer tourism season

“We’ve closed the hotel to the general public but we’re having doctors and nurses and caregivers who are afraid to go home and expose their family the ability to stay in the hotel gratis,” Kaul said.

AAON donates $1.25M to Winifred, Montana Public Schools to honor founder Norman Asbjornson

Asbjornson attributes a large part of his success to his hometown, which has a population of less than 200.

How Life in Our Cities Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic

The pandemic is transforming urban life. We asked 12 leading global experts in urban planning, policy, history, and health for their predictions.

Under Social Distancing, Rural Regions Push For More Broadband

Rural America sees a chance to build out its broadband infrastructure using the momentum of coronavirus federal aid.

We’re Shuttering The Havre, Montana Herald

Thousands of Montanans, mostly Hi-Liners, read our stories weekly. If views and social media engagement paid in nickels, I could’ve hired an entire editorial staff to bark orders at.

Small Montana towns feeling economic impacts of COVID-19

“While our economy certainly relies upon, and we appreciate our visitors, we also want to ensure those visitors don’t bring problems, meaning their infections, from their home states to our state,” says Governor Bullock.

MEDA Virtual Annual Meeting – 5/28- 10:30AM MST

The agenda is still being formed but we know it will contain Elections, Federal and State Updates, WITT Roundtable…and more.

Building a coast-to-coast Silicon Valley

What if Silicon Valley companies encouraged them to live and work from the myriad of affordable, livable cities desperate to attract and retain tech talent?