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September 18, 2017

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Great Falls, MT has it all: Education, economic opportunities and an infectious small-town charm
Great Falls is home to over 58,000 residents making it Montana’s third largest city. Residents can take advantage of over 40 miles of River’s Edge Trail, can picnic at Gibson Park and Giant Springs Heritage State Park or peruse art at the C.M. Russell Museum or the Paris Gibson Square...
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September 15, 2017

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New Montana facility will provide organic eggs to many Costcos across the Pacific Northwest
Costco will now have locally sourced eggs available in their stores across Montana and Washington thanks to a Montana egg facility. Over 30 Hutterite colonies have partnered with Costco to provide cage-free, organic eggs to many of their stores. Click here to view complete article.
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September 15, 2017

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Northern Transit Interlocal
Northern Transit Interlocal (NTI) and partners Toole County Transit, Glacier County Transit and Pondera County Transit were born in 2007 and have provided over 50,000 rides since its inception. NTI and its partners are a local government organization that is funded primarily by the Montana Department of Transportation annual grants....
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September 11, 2017

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Business and recreation come together in Cascade County, Montana.
Cascade County is the fifth-most populous county in Montana and home to the communities of Belt, Neihart, Cascade, Simms, Sun River, Fort Shaw and Vaughn. Malmstrom Air Force Base and the University of Great Falls are strong economic drivers in a county where the  Missouri River and the Sun River meet...
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September 06, 2017

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NADO News
A publication of the National Association of Development Agencies.  This week's highlights:  • Monthly NADO Legislative Update is August 29 • NADO and the National Association of Counties (NACo) to Host Webinar on Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Pilot Program • Congratulations to the 2017 NADO Photo Contest Winners and RunnersUp! • There’s Something for Everyone...
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September 04, 2017

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Toole County offers natural amenities and growth opportunities
Toole County has access to major transportation lines and is easily accessible so that manufacturing businesses can thrive. In the county, mining, agriculture, utilities, and transportation and warehousing are competitively positioned for growth and new business opportunities. These capitalize on the county's geographic location (major rail service, east/west and north/south highways,...
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August 28, 2017

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Preserving historic main streets and revitalizing business is good for business growth.
The Montana Main Street Program, established in 2005 and currently serving twenty-seven communities across the state, is a collaborative effort between the Community Development Division and the Montana Office of Tourism at the Montana Department of Commerce. The program helps communities strengthen and preserve their historic downtown commercial districts by...
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August 21, 2017

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Introducing women into STEM fields builds a better future for Montana.
There are some amazing women in Montana doing extraordinary things in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Between 2014 and 2018, STEM jobs in Montana are expected to grow 21% (up 21% in computing, up 23% in engineering, and up 23% in advanced manufacturing). While women in Montana are not...
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Cut Bank is the county seat of Glacier County is located 30 miles south of the Canadian border. It's name comes from the cut bank geological feature, the outside bank of a water channel with is continually undergoing erosion. Cut Bank is also the setting of the new film Cut Bank which was actually shot in Canada.