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Growth in the Time of Corona

Business Bonanza! Growth in the Time of Corona In spite of/because of a global pandemic that has shaken the world, our valley is growing. But what does this mean for our scrappy local business owners? ANNA RICHARDE LC STAFFING STATISTICS: 38% Increase in out-of-state...

Creating Space for Art

Business Bonanza! Creating space for art Art abounds from one end of the Flathead Valley to the other, from wildlife paintings and intricate stained glass to the creations that come from the artist in each of us.   MACKENZIE REISS FUN FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT...

More Than Moving Dirt

Headwaters More than moving dirt “The wilderness doesn’t discriminate, and neither do we.” The Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation works to make the backcountry welcoming to all. Volunteers from a partner project with The Woods Project, a Texasbased organization that...

Nonprofit Q&A: KALICO Art Center

Non-Profit Feature Go Local donates 3% of each issue’s advertising revenue to a local nonprofit organization. This issue supports KALICO Art Center. kalico art center Q&A with Alisha Shilling, founder and board chair. “Krusty” Overman teaching a screen printing...

Flathead Nonprofit highlight: DREAM Adaptive

Non-Profit Feature Go Local donates 3% of each issue’s advertising revenue to a local nonprofit organization. This issue supports DREAM Adaptive Recreation FLATHEAD NONPROFIT HIGHLIGHT: DREAM Adaptive Q&A with Julie Tickle, Executive Director of DREAM Adaptive...

The Flathead Lakers’ Bad Rock Canyon Conservation Project

Non-Profit Feature Go Local donates 3% of each issue’s advertising revenue to a local nonprofit organization. This issue supports the flathead lakers’ bad rock canyon conservation project. THE FLATHEAD LAKERS’ BAD ROCK CANYON CONSERVATION PROJECT “[Bad Rock Canyon] is...