At the recent Montana “On the Rise Economic Summit” in Bozeman, Tonix Pharmaceuticals Co-Founder Chairman and CEO Seth Lederman said the company will build a new manufacturing facility in Hamilton. He explained to Northern News Network’s Eric Young why the Chatham, New Jersey based biotech company decided to move into Montana.
Bozeman Veterinarian Volunteering For War-Torn Animals
Bozeman retired veterinarian Kathy Quigley is in Poland for a month volunteering to fill a critical need for the 4-legged refugees of war. Last Thursday she was on Voices of Montana.
Hyundai Announces New Research Lab In Bozeman
Hyundai Motors will open a new roughly $20 million research and development lab in Bozeman. Montana Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Todd O’Hair was asked Tuesday on Voices of Montana about its significance.
Bozeman Congressional Primary Debate 05/09/22
The third in a series of four Congressional Primary Debates continued to focus on agricultural and rural issues as District 1 democratic candidates Cora Neumann, Monica Tranel and Tom Winter took to the stage in Montana State University’s Inspiration Hall. The debates are moderated by Jim Sargent and co-sponsored by Montana Farmers Union, Unit...
Sen. Daines Receives Honorary FFA Degree
Senator Steve Daines was named a 2022 Honorary State FFA Degree recipient Saturday for his contributions to Montana FFA and Support of Montana ag. After receiving the award at the State FFA Convention in Bozeman he shared this.
Montana Ag Bankers Meet In Bozeman
Thursday in Bozeman at the Montana Bankers Association’s 2022 Montana Ag Bankers Conference, Ed Elfmann, Senior Vice President of Ag and Rural Banking Policy for the American Bankers Association, spoke to local ag bankers. This network’s President Taylor Brown asked him what he shared with them about important issues in Washington D.C. they ne...
Cancer Support Community Montana Expands Services
Cancer Support Community Montana out of Bozeman offers emotional support education and hope for people with cancer and their loved ones free of charge. Tuesday, it announced their services will be expanding to communities statewide. Chief Executive Officer Becky Franks on how exactly they will be doing that.
Public Service Commission Breaks Up Garbage Truck Monopoly
The Montana Public Service Commission regulates among other things garbage collection services. Thursday commissioners voted 3-2 to allow Bozeman-based L&L Site Services to enter the Missoula County market. That means the 14-year monopoly on garbage hauling held by Republic Services in Missoula County will soon be coming to an end. L&L...
Bozeman Organization Highlights Tax Credit Change
Eligibility for the Earned Income Tax Credit has been expanded because of the pandemic and a nationwide campaign called “Get It Back” is working to make people aware of it. Dean Williamson with the Human Resources District Council in Bozeman says the first hurdle is getting people to file their taxes.
Study Highlights Rural Challenges For Utilizing Infrastructure Dollars
A new study by Headwaters Economics based in Bozeman finds many rural communities could lack the capacity to effectively access funding from the infrastructure law. Director of the organization Patty Hernandez says Montana stands out for its capacity limitations. Indigenous communities like Browning and Lame Deer lack the resource...