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Local organizations provide additional support to families through pregnancy, postpartum

News from Eristina Moore, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center POLSON — Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and St. Luke’s Community Hospital recently partnered with Helping Hands to educate new mothers and families on postpartum mood disorders by providing educational materials and a $25 incentive when mothers attend their postpartum check.  Helping Hands is a local non-profit organization that serves the community’s most vulnerable in their time of emergent need and the incentives are funded through their Zero to Five Flathead Reservation & Lake County grant project. “We started on Valentine’s Day because we wanted to show love to our commun...


Ronan wood business awarded $997,912 grant

News from Tech Woods USA RONAN — Tech Woods USA, LLC (TWU), a small business producing hardwood furniture blanks in Ronan  announces it is the recipient of a grant from the U.S. Forest Service through the FY23 Community Wood Grants program to support the new TWU Mission Mountain Wood Innovati...


MVP secures federal funds to lessen impacts of rate increase, strengthen area reliability MVP secures federal funds to lessen impacts of rate increase, strengthen area reliability

News from Mission Valley Power PABLO — Mission Valley Power (MVP) is a federal utility managed by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) under the authority of PL 93-638, the Indian Self-Determination Act. MVP is a non-profit utility. This year, MVP qualified for funding under the Bipa...


Grant opportunities available for Tribal business development Grant opportunities available for Tribal business development

News from the Montana Department of Commerce HELENA — The Montana Department of Commerce announced recently that application periods for four grant programs aimed at bolstering tribal business development and strengthen indigenous entrepreneurship in Montana are now open. The grant funding is prov...


MT Food Bank Network welcomes No Kid Hungry Montana to organization MT Food Bank Network welcomes No Kid Hungry Montana to organization

News from the Montana Food Bank Network MONTANA — This summer, the No Kid Hungry Montana campaign moved to MFBN. The campaign will focus on ending child hunger in Montana and is a collaboration between MFBN and Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit working to ensure all children and families li...


SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans available to Montana small businesses

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA – Small nonfarm businesses in 10 Montana counties and neighboring counties in Idaho 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-...


Secretary of State: new businesses climbs in July

News from Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen  HELENA — Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen announced this week that roughly 4,600 new businesses were registered in the state in July, continuing the trend of record business growth in Montana. This number compares to approximately 4,00...


All In Stitches bids community a fond farewell All In Stitches bids community a fond farewell

POLSON — This is the final summer for All in Stitches of Polson. It has taken years to build our community of friends and supporters and we treasure the memories and good times. In November 1999, Pat Binger opened the doors to All in Stitches. She had a dream of providing a safe space for people of all...


Billings Clinic, Logan Health to unite on Sept. 1

BILLINGS/KALISPELL — Billings Clinic and Logan Health announced on Thursday, Aug. 3, they will officially combine into a single, independent health system on Sept. 1, 2023. The regulatory review of the proposed combination of the two organizations has passed and both are committed to moving forward tog...


Community health needs assessment underway Community health needs  assessment underway

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare RONAN  – As the largest healthcare provider in the Mission Valley, St. Luke Community Healthcare is committed to the health and well-being of those they serve. St. Luke has an ongoing responsibility to proactively monitor the health of community members...


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