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The October death by suicide of the ninth local teenager in 16 months prompted offers of counseling, training for teachers and visits from national suicide prevention experts.
Civic boosters in central Montana hoped for some federal money to promote tourism. A disinformation campaign got in the way.
GM said it is giving up to 10 chargers to each of its dealers “to deploy the chargers at key locations throughout their local communities.”
The Blackfoot Challenge is a nonprofit organization (NGO) and national leader in community-based conservation with the mission to coordinate efforts that conserve and enhance the natural resources and rural way of life…
“We did a pretty comprehensive search throughout the intermountain west and really fell in love with Bozeman,” he said, of picking a new headquarters.
Reach Higher Montana seeks an Outreach Advisor to join our team, serving students and schools in Southwest Montana. Our ideal candidate has at least three years’ experience working with students.
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Montana West provides business loans to a four‐county area that benefit the community with job creation, job retention, and capital investment from private business.
Whether you’re just getting started, looking for new customers, wanting to grow sales through e-commerce, or focusing on workforce. We’re here to help. Check out the upcoming trainings
Did you know Prospera offers almost 800 online classes?
USDA Rural Development encourages applicants to consider projects that will advance key priorities under the
Biden-Harris Administration to help rural America build back better and stronger.
Climate change will dislocate people in some cities. Many rural areas are losing population. Could a “climate-change Homestead Act” provide a solution?
Accelerate Montana’s Legal Office Hours: Sign up for a consult with a UM law students focused on business and entrepreneurship.
The state has released a Request for Information (RFI) to support the ConnectMT Act broadband program, one of the first major steps in closing the digital divide for Montana.
It’s difficult to know exactly how many Americans still need home access. The terms “coverage” and “access” are not synonyms.
The super-villain-style rivalry between Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk could soon be settling into low-Earth orbit.
However, progress is being made on designs and the entire initiative is still moving forward at a steady pace.
For the second time this year, average home prices in Gallatin County this September topped $1 million as inventory for houses remained low.
It’s a year-round growing operation, with an output that the company says uses no pesticides and 90% less water and land than traditional farming.
The businesses having the most success in filling their job openings are those that are promoting their company culture.
Lunceford is the first in Montana history to earn this Harbor Freight Tools award. He called it a long shot, but his students saw it coming from a mile away.
Ravi Krishnan will become state chief data officer on Nov. 1. Among his key plans: spreading awareness of strong data governance practices to all agencies in the enterprise.
Basic income programs are spreading across the country as critics raise concerns about job openings
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