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Tuesday, November 18 2014
Larsons Recognized for Lifetime of Community Service Duane and Bev Larson earn Kalispell’s oldest and most prestigious honor, the Great Chief Award BY DILLON TABISH // NOV 14, 2014 // NEWS & FEATURES Few couples have devoted themselves to serving a community quite like Duane and Bev Larson in Kalispell. For nearly 60 years, the husband-and-wife duo has helped shape the community through more
Categories: Chamber, Community
Tuesday, November 11 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 10, 2014 What: Christmas Events at the Conrad Mansion Contact: Gennifer Sauter, Conrad Mansion Museum Executive Director Phone: 406-755-2166 Email: Website: The Conrad Mansion announces its schedule of Christmas Holiday events. Christmas Tours, Holid Teas and Tours, the Children’s more
Categories: Community, Press Release
Saturday, November 08 2014
Food Manufacturers Staying Busy as Demand Grows From creameries to breweries and distilleries, the demand for local food products continues to surge BY DILLON TABISH // OCT 27, 2014 // NEWS & FEATURES The cows are staying busy at the Kalispell Kreamery. Every day, the 220 Holsteins at the 80-acre family farm on the rural outskirts of town produce roughly 1,500 gallons of milk. After being more
Categories: Chamber, Economic
Saturday, November 08 2014
Stability and Growth for Manufacturing Businesses in the Flathead continue to gain contracts and expand BY MOLLY PRIDDY // OCT 30, 2014 // NEWS & FEATURES Share in Share Print Email Kaylin Grove paints a carbon fiber stock at Proof Research on Oct. 27, 2014. Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon SHOW CAPTION GREG LINDSTROM | FLATHEAD BEACON As the Flathead Valley continues to gain momentum after more
Categories: Economic, General News Article
Sunday, October 19 2014
MONTANA FOREST PRODUCTS WEEK Timber Tour planned Thursday Montana Forest Products Week Timber is harvested at the FireWise Forest Demonstration Project near Kalispell. Active timber harvests and niche markets will be showcased during the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce Timber Tour on Thursday. (Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation photo) Posted: Saturday, October 18, 2014 8:50 more
Categories: Chamber, General News Article
Thursday, September 18 2014
Speaker rails against ‘growing regulatory state’ By JIM MANN/The Daily Inter Lake | Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 8:00 pm For anybody concerned about having a “regulation nation,” a vice president for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce paints a bleak picture, outlining an overall assault on energy in particular. William Kovacs, senior vice president for the more
Categories: Chamber, General News Article, Economic, Political
Thursday, September 18 2014
Kalispell Chamber announces 2014 Manufacturing Day set for October 3 Flathead Valley’s 2014 Manufacturing Day offers local manufacturers opportunity to build awareness KALISPELL, Mont. (September 18, 2014)— The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce announced today that it has begun recruiting participants for the Flathead Valleys’ 2014 Manufacturing Day. Scheduled for October 3, more
Categories: Chamber, Economic, Press Release
Thursday, July 31 2014
By AARIC BRYAN/The Daily Inter Lake | Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 9:27 pm A strong start to the tourism season and an increase in commercial construction have local business owners looking forward to the second half of 2014. In the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce midyear survey of 205 Northwest Montana business owners, 30 percent expect to add employees during the second half of the year and 73 more
Categories: Economic, Chamber
Tuesday, July 29 2014
KALISPELL, Mont. (July 29, 2014) — The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce today announced the findings of its mid-year business survey indicate Kalispell businesses anticipate strong growth in the third and fourth quarters of 2014. Data for the mid-year survey was collected from 205 owners and managers of businesses in Northwest Montana. Key findings include: 30% expect to add employees through more
Categories: Economic, Chamber, Press Release
Thursday, July 17 2014
Kayla Adams to Play at Air Show Pre-Flight Party Adams and Maj. Jason Curtis, both of Kalispell, to perform at major event BY BEACON STAFF // JUL 17, 2014 // ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce announced today that country music singer, Kayla Adams, of Kalispell, will kick off the Mountain Madness Airshow with an appearance at the air show’s Pre-Flight Party on more
Categories: Air Show, Chamber
Tuesday, July 15 2014
KALISPELL, Mont. (July 17, 2014)— The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce today announced it will begin taking registrations for the Spring 2015 Chamber International trip to Athens, the Greek Isles, and Turkey. The adventure begins March 27, spans nine days and eight nights, and returns April 4. Beginning in Athens, home of the Olympics and the historical capitol of Europe, tours of the city more
Categories: Press Release, Chamber
Tuesday, July 08 2014
By Chris Ferreira , KCFW Reporter, KALISPELL , Mont. - The Mountain Madness Air Show will be coming to Kalispell this August. The event will run from the 30th to the 31st. It is the first time in nine years that the air show has come to Kalispell. "The air show is a one of a kind event ya know, we only get the air show only every five or so years and in this case its been more
Categories: Air Show, Chamber
Saturday, June 28 2014
by Dax Van Fossen - KAJ News KALISPELL - A popular travel website has listed both Yellowstone and Glacier National parks as being among the country's best. The parks have been nominated for a Readers' Choice award by contributors to 10 Best, a division of USA Today Travel. They're up against 18 others competing for the title of best national park. The 10Best website states that the more
Categories: Community, General News Article
Thursday, June 26 2014
Jun 26, 2014 9:58 AM by Laura Wilson - KAJ News KALISPELL- The upcoming Mountain Madness Airshow is expected to pump at least $3.5 million into the Flathead County economy. The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce estimates the economic benefit of the air show will fall somewhere between $3.5 million and $4.7 million - and that's actually a conservative estimate. The Chamber expects at least 25% of more
Categories: Air Show, Chamber, General News Article