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60 Minutes Report – When cybercriminals hold data hostage – Is your city ready?
Targets have included hospitals and municipalities, but the FBI says anyone on the internet should expect to be attacked by cybercriminals.
Haikus confuse me
Too often they make no sense
Hand me the pliers
PITch your business or business idea to a panel of expert judges, but be ready for the questions they will ask to throw you off your game — this is Shark PITch, after all.
Congratulations to the artists and organizers of the first ArtsFest Montana Great Falls for creating an amazing array of new murals downtown!
There’s more traffic, spots for vacant businesses are being filled, and Gee said she thinks business owners are taking more pride in their storefronts.
A state lawmaker who’s tried unsuccessfully to pass bills regulating hospitals and hospital prices in Montana told MTN News he’s not surprised by the study results.
For two years, former interim Gardiner School District Superintendent Randy Russell rented a plot of land just north of town and lived in a canvas tent with his wife.
Whoever wins the lawsuit could get to reframe the terms of the gig economy.
#BCorps are businesses that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance. @BizRoundtable, we’d like to help you get there, too, to meet your newly announced stakeholder values. Let’s get to work—together.
Montana leads the pack with more than 1.5 million acres of landlocked state land, which is almost a quarter of the state’s land.
To tap the money, state officials say they need Colstrip Power Plant operator Talen Energy to play ball.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and onX, a GPS hunting app, published a study last week on state-owned land across the West.
“It’s going well,” says Matt Kull, owner of Simple Injection. “A lot has happened over the last year.”
If the mayors were to carry out such an ambitious idea, talking to each other would be the first step.
“These are the fastest-growing that filled out the form,” Norris Krueger noted. “How many others in Idaho didn’t even know about the Inc. list?”
Wyoming lawmakers have fully embraced the state’s developing blockchain industry as a potential building block for the future of its economy.
Carriers have to “maintain, improve, and expand” broadband that meets certain requirements in more than 363,000 of the locations nationwide: 25 megabits per second downstream and 3 Mbps upstream.
It’s encouraging to look back at the recent progress that’s been made and to see that our colleges and universities are taking steady steps in the right direction.
Not only did the proposal to expand Montana’s pilot preschool program die, but a last-ditch effort to keep the program running failed, too.
Read more here: https://www.idahostatesman.com/news/business/article234343457.html#storylink=cpy
Yale researchers who have studied hundreds of kindergartners for nearly 40 years say one in five was dyslexic.
The cost of grabbing a post-secondary degree is still a bargain in Montana, according to a recent national survey.
The feasibility is clear, so only the transition question is relevant.
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