Just like the primary election, this year’s general election in November will be an all-mail election, meaning that no polling places will be open on November 3rd and all registered voters will automatically receive an absentee ballot. Yellowstone County residents … Continued

BY EIDE BAILLY’S TRANSACTION SERVICES TEAM The effects of COVID-19 have had substantial impacts on organizations and their bottom lines. For many, this environment has resulted in personnel cuts and lean business models for the foreseeable future. As your organization … Continued

BY JULIE SEEDHOUSE, CENTURY21 HOMETOWN BROKERS CHAMBER BOARD TREASURER; CHAIR, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION NETWORK In June, the Billings Chamber Board of Directors unanimously voted to adopt “Diversity and Inclusion” as one of the Chamber’s top priorities. This is a statement … Continued

BY MARYA PENNINGTON, PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER Nothing can end a summer day like sipping a crisp, fresh chardonnay or a big and bold red blend on a beautiful patio. Add some great cheese and a bit of music and you … Continued

BY JENNIFER REISER, CCE, IOM CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER   Now more than ever it is critical that you invest in yourself and your team. Organizations and communities in crisis need strong leaders to navigate complex situations, answer difficult questions, help … Continued

BY MEGAN HOFFMAN, MARKETING SPECIALIST Summer is quickly coming to an end—and as the hot temperatures are traded in for cooler weather, Southeast Montana turns into a sea of color. All across the prairies, badlands, buttes, breaks and hills, the … Continued

BY JEFF EWELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ZOOMONTANA   There’s nothing quite like taking a travel adventure. The excitement and anticipation before leaving is sometimes unbearable. Short trips, long trips; they all get you out of your routine, something we all need. … Continued