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Push and Pull: The Link Between Walkability and Affordability

The increased demand for walkable urban spaces could make them more and more exclusionary if cities don’t pursue policies to limit displacement and boost affordability.

Duke Energy’s Idaho Project Is Part Of A Much Bigger National Expansion Through Clean Energy

Through a 20-year power purchase agreement with Idaho Power, this 120 megawatt capacity plant will have enough electricity generation annually to meet all essential energy needs for an estimated 24,000 households.

Migration could prevent a looming population crisis. But there are catches

The problem is not small, he said, and falling birth rates could upend economies.

Adam Grant Just Urged CEOs to Try a 4-Day Workweek, but Research Shows There’s 1 Perk Employees Want More

Yes, employees like a shorter workweek, but they love this.

University of Montana Bitterroot College announces 20% enrollment increase

UM officials hosted the roundtable of students, educators and valley business leaders at Bitterroot College to highlight the success of dual enrollment programs and workforce partnerships in the health care, biotech and trades/transportation sectors.

The Hidden High Costs of Rocky Mountain Living

Many towns from Colorado to Wyoming to Montana are playgrounds for wealthy individuals, but year-round living comes with a lot of additional expenses and inconveniences

Modular home maker coming to Butte, could employ hundreds

A California company that makes modular homes plans to build an $80 million, 450,000 square-foot facility at the Montana Connections Business Development Park in Butte that could employ up to 150 employees the first year and more after that.

Bozeman mayor’s annual state of the city address highlights some good, some bad

Bozeman’s economy is strong, but its labor force is under pressure.

Montana’s Governor Gianforte in Spotlight at Largest Ever SHOT Show in Vegas

“Montana has the highest number of firearms and ammunition businesses per capita in the country. With our business-friendly environment, proud Second Amendment heritage, and unmatched quality of life, we’ll recruit more.” Governor Greg Gianforte

Yale’s hugely popular happiness course is revamped for teens

The class focuses on things teens can do to feel happier — making social connections, maintaining a sense of free time and being more ‘other’ oriented