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MATR Newsletter – July 14, 2021
The state with the best education wins!

EveryoneOn Connects K-12 Families With Internet Services

The nonprofit EveryoneOn has helped more than 800,000 Americans find low-cost Internet service and digital resources, and its outreach has only become more important for K-12 students with the advent of remote education.

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2023 Montana Legislature and Politics

  • Here’s what happened when this company banned meetings

    “Work has to deliver joy, and we’re just trying to design the processes in such a way that is both joyful and efficient, so people can concentrate on things that they’re best at,” he says. “Once they start doing more of what they’re good at, they become happier in general.”

  • Close the digital divide in rural areas first

    It’s our hope that Montana’s congressional delegation stands up for rural communities. It would be a darn shame if Congress were to send critical resources to America’s largest cities while the rural divide grows in places like Montana. Prioritize rural broadband.

Come Home Montana

City of Bozeman Economic Development

MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association

Next Generation Broadband in Montana

Senator Jon Tester

Funding and Building your Business

Rural Communities

  • Brilliant Marketing – SheepView 360!

    Unlike almost all other parts of Europe, we don’t exist on Google Street View. The Faroe Islands may be rugged and remote but this collection of 18 islands in the North Atlantic also provide some of the world’s most magical landscapes and it is time that this hidden Nordic nation is revealed to the world.

Government News & Events

American Prairie Reserve


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