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Passing the Torch

Kurt and Laurie Perry, new owners of the Cardwell General Store, cut the ribbon with all of their employees supporting them at their Grand Opening on Saturday, November 20th....

 

Cardwell General Store: New Owners & Staff, Grand Opening Saturday!

Big things are happening at the Cardwell General Store and Campground and new owners Laurie and Curt Perry want you to know all about them! "We took over ownership June 15 of this year, but at the...

 

SBA Montana Sees Loan Volume Over Double, Reaching 323 Businesses With Over $186 Million

The Montana District of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) today announced “non-COVID” loan data for fiscal year ended September 30, 2021, showing 323 Montana small businesses received over $186 million. Of these loans, 277 for...

 

Name to a Face: Tom Harrington

Where have you seen Tom Harrington? The real question may be where haven't you seen him? He is behind the scenes of most Veterans and American Legion projects, front and center when it comes to...

 

Crowdfund Montana Launches Investment Platform for Local Businesses

A new investment platform has launched to empower Montana businesses to raise investment capital directly from the general public, helping entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses free from the control of traditional financial gatekeepers....

 

JVCF Surprised by Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation Grant

The Jefferson Valley Community Foundation, JVCF, was honored last Thursday with an unsolicited $5000 grant from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation. JVCF is usually giving grants to...

 
 By RYAN ZINKE    Business    August 11, 2021

Nonpartisan Solutions for Wildfire Prevention and Forest Restoration

As I write this article, wildfires have once again covered much of Montana in a thick layer of unhealthy smoke. There are 25 active fires burning 250,000 acres from Hardin to Troy. Even if you don’t see the flames, the smoke and poor visibility is...

 

406 Roots: Making Whitehall Home

406 Root Salon has rooted itself into Whitehall as its newest salon! Casey Shaw purchased the business from Leslie Dyson, which was formerly Dalene's Salon. The business was renamed, the building's...

 

28-Day Metabolism & Energy Reset Class Offered

Certified health coach, Bethel Wagner, is leading a 28-Day Metabolism & Energy Reset. The 28-Day Reset starts on July 29th. The main objective of the program is resetting healthy metabolism and increasing energy levels. It is gentle, effective,...

 

Joint Statement of Livestock Organizations Regarding Market Concerns

On Monday, May 10, 2021, member leaders of American Farm Bureau Federation, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, National Farmers Union, R-CALF USA, and the United States Cattlemen’s Association met in Phoenix, Arizona. These groups convened...

 

Rebuilding Small Businesses: Volunteers Wanted

Are you a successful corporate executive with deep business knowledge? Or a social media maven who guided a corporate brand to big time success? Maybe, you’re a public speaker and trainer that can inspire small business owners to climb to new...

 

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Montana Small Businesses

Small nonfarm businesses in eight Montana counties are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced Director Tanya N. Garfield of SBA’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West....

 

Help is Available for Energy Emergencies

Are you or someone you know struggling to catch up on your home energy bill from last winter? There might be help available. While it has been frustrating at times throughout COVID to work through the process of applying for help, Energy Share and...

 

Salmonella Cases Linked to Live Poultry Increase

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) and Department of Livestock (DOL) officials warn that Salmonella cases linked to live poultry are increasing. Salmonella infections aren’t only caused by eating contaminated food ...

 

RMEF Marks 37 Years of Conservation

May 14th is a monumental day in conservation. On this date in 1984, four elk hunters in northwest Montana officially founded the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage....

 

St. James Healthcare Now a Part of Montana Mission: Lifeline® Stroke

During a stroke every minute is critical, because a stroke deprives brain tissue of essential oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood, resulting in the death of brain cells. That is why delivering fast and effective care is important for those who are...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid COVID-19: Cope & Hody's Auto Works Opened During Pandemic

When it's time to make your dreams come true, you take the bull by the horns and make it happen. However, you don't expect a global pandemic to start practically the day after you sign on the dotted...

 
 By SW Airlines    Business    March 3, 2021

Southwest Airlines to Bring New Flights to Bozeman in May

Southwest Airlines Co. announced on February 25 the flexibility and value of Southwest Airlines® now benefits both visitors and hometown travelers booking late spring and summer travel to Destin–Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) in Florida and...

 

St. James Healthcare and Helmsley Charitable Trust Partner to Improve Cardiovascular Care in SW MT

St. James Healthcare is honored to announce the opening of the newly completed two-lab cardiac catheterization suite, thanks in large part to a $4.68 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. The new cardiac...

 

AARP Scheduling Free Tax Services to Seniors

With COVID procedures in place and having the blessing of the IRS, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is scheduled to begin offering its free tax service to seniors and low to moderate income taxpayers of all ages. Unlike past years taxpayers will be served...

 

Virtual Scavenger Hunt Fundraiser for AS&CC

The Animal Shelter and Care Committee in Boulder is holding a virtual scavenger hunt fundraiser to assist in raising money for their new building. To keep the momentum up for raising the funds for our building project plus keeping our virtual...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid COVID-19: Cottage Floral Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary Amid Pandemic

Cottage Floral, a staple in Whitehall for many years before owner Deb Dulaney decided to close up shop for a bit. However, she's back in the flower game and better than ever, celebrating her one year...

 

Bet the Bowl, College & More at K-Bar

With the Super Bowl this Sunday, the K-Bar cordially invites you to make a bet (or two, or three) on their SportsBet Montana machine. Located in the K-Bar's middle entrance to the bar area, the...

 

Surviving/Thriving Amid Covid-19: Wagner's Playhouse Opened During Pandemic

As soon as you walk into Wagner's Playhouse daycare you can tell it is a happy place. The kids are all smiling, playing games, and the older kids are fixing up a nutritious snack. Even when little...

 

Chamber Gearing Up for COVID Compliant 2021

Whitehall's Chamber of Commerce met January 7th, via Zoom, for the first meeting of 2021. While the meeting was held virtually, due to COVID-19 concerns, the Chamber's meeting was filled with plans...

 

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