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BIG Idea launches South Dakota high school business competition

High school students across South Dakota are invited to compete in this business idea competition where nearly $35,000 in cash and scholarships are awarded. 

Panel moves to fund $125M in Montana infrastructure projects

The money is part of more than $2 billion Montana received through the American Rescue Plan Act, passed by Congress in March to offset some of the economic impacts of the pandemic. The state is receiving its money in two rounds, and the ARPA Infrastructure Advisory Commission is expected to award another round of water and wastewater grants next year.

Montana’s post-pandemic economy is robust, says UM economist

“There’s no cooling-off of the economy right now,” said Patrick Barkey, director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana and the event’s keynote speaker. 

Yellowstone logs first million-visitor month in July, Park Service requires masks

Yellowstone National Park logged its first million-visitor month in July, a milestone symbolic of the heavy tourist traffic across the country’s national parks, as visitors travel to wide-open spaces in response to—and in spite of—the surging delta variant of COVID-19.

Millions Of Dollars In Rental Assistance Still Available In Montana

Cheryl Cohen, the department’s housing’s division administrator, says all $200 million allocated to Montana is unlikely to be utilized because it might outstrip the need in the state.

Gov. Gianforte Announces Application Scores for Water and Sewer Investments in Montana’s Communities

“Montana is helping lead the nation in investing federal funds toward critical water and sewer upgrades,” Governor Gianforte said. “I look forward to seeing as many projects as possible recommended for funding to serve our communities in greatest need.”

Montana Department of Commerce Announces That HOME/HTF Grant Applications are Now Available!

Through these programs, Commerce supports the rehabilitation, new construction, and acquisition of affordable homes for Montana households with low, very low, and extremely low incomes, particularly those who are elderly, living with a disability, or experiencing homelessness.

Montana population increasing; Richland’s is not

Richland County showed a little growth over the past decade but projections for the next 10 years do not show any projected growth at all.

Northwestern Energy CEO Robert Rowe On Montana’s Energy Infrastructure

Today’s guest is Robert Rowe, CEO of Northwestern Energy, provider of electricity and natural gas to over 700,000 residential and business customers in Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska.

Census releases detailed 2020 counts — with an asterisk

Montana population growth over the past decade has been driven by urban counties, census results indicate. But between pandemic disruption and a new privacy measure, the count’s details may be imprecise.