Wildlife, shooting, fraternal and nonprofit civic organizations are urged to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrow’s Hunters program, a North Dakota Game and Fish Department grant program developed to assist in the recruitment, retention and reactivation of hunters. The maximum grant allowed is $3,000. The program currently helps fund approximately 40 club and organizational…
Former State Representative And Senator Pushes Back On Bills Introduced That Could Restrict Voting Claiming Fraud In 2020 Election
A slate of bills in from Montana legislators could restrict voting access claiming fraud in the 2020 election. Former state representative and state senator Jim Elliott says they don’t have much evidence to back them up. Elliott says the soul of democracy is embodied in the right to vote.
15 Montana Communities Receiving $430,273 To Support Small Business Growth And Local Community Development
$430,273 to support small business growth and local community development is being awarded to 15 Montana communities by the state Department of Commerce. Spokesman Emilie Ritter Saunders.
Some Money Coming From American Rescue Plan Act Unreachable By Montana State Legislature Due To Guidance Limitations
Todd O’ Hare President and CEO of the Montana Chamber of Commerce points out with money coming to Montana from the American Rescue Plan Act so do guidelines making it impossible for state legislatures to spend some of it.
The Healthcare in Leadership Program was created in 2013 by Montana physicians to help industry health care providers to create positive change in their practice hospital and surrounding communities. Montana Medical Association President Dr. Pamela Cutler.