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Webinar: FY 2021 Strategic Economic and Community Development (SECD) Funding Opportunity – Tuesday, February 9, 2021 -Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 

We encourage you to join if your work supports regional community development or promotes rural economic diversity.

11+ Best Science Websites for Interactive Learning

These websites offer great interactive content for curious minds of all ages.

Livingston, Montana’s PFL growing amid pandemic; plans to add close to 80 employees in first half of 2021

“We find that to be, really, a continuation of companies like RightNow and Zoot (Enterprises) and others that have grown up in Bozeman,” he said. “We all live here because we like it, but I think some of that same appeal allows us to build world class software products from a place like the Gallatin Valley.”

The Miles City Small Business Development Center is hosting Angela Mendoza’s ‘Leading in Times of Crisis’ January 14, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM. 

Glen Klann, the author of Crisis Leadership, states that “During a crisis, your goal is to reduce loss and keep things operating as normal as possible.” Leading in Times of Crisis will teach you the necessary actions to prepare and respond to leading your team through this time.

Idaho extends reimbursement deadline for Strong Families grant recipients

The state took $50 million in federal CARES Act money to pay for the grants. Congress passed the stimulus law, formally known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, in March.

The Fight Between Cornices and Spreadsheets in Rural America. Which One is Winning in Your Community?

Running the world for the interests of people who only value money will have us fighting with each other over who inherits a planet none of us can live on.

Regents recommend approval of Bitterroot Valley College District, say they can’t afford it

“recognize the significant educational merits of the proposal while also recognizing that important information about the sources of funding necessary to launch and sustain an additional community college in Montana is currently unavailable to the Regents and can only be provided by future commitments made by the voters of Ravalli County, other potential funders, and the Legislature itself.”

Bullock: The humbling privilege serving as Montana’s governor

The future holders of this office will inherit a better state for our kids and grandkids. To keep leaving it better, let us never lose sight of the opportunity and feeling of promise every kid growing up here deserves.

What Happened When Tulsa Paid People to Live in Tulsa but Work Remotely – Tulsa Remote

The first class of hand-picked remote workers moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in exchange for $10,000 and a built-in community. The city might just be luring them to stay.

Tonix Pharmaceuticals buys 44 acres in Hamilton, Montana for vaccine production facility

Saying that humans will have to coexist with variations of COVID-19, a pharmaceutical company based in New Jersey plans to open a new production facility in Hamilton for the development of domestic vaccines, including those aimed at coronavirus.