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Friday, January 29, 2016

Shalon Hastings

Taco Del Sol & HUB Coffee

Author: cg0137 STATE

Having spent her early years in Lewistown, Roundup, and Helena, Montana, Shalon Hastings became familiar with Big Sky Country’s incredibly diverse landscapes and community cultures.  She cites a deep pride in the fact that both sets of grandparents homesteaded in Montana (Utica and Grass Range), and a “huge feeling of gratitude my family chose Montana - and that I have that legacy behind me.” As time goes by, Shalon’s affection for this place and its people only grow stronger, and inform her decisions as a community-centric entrepreneur.

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Friday, January 29, 2016

Rachel Anderson

Markouture

Author: cg0137 STATE

Rachel Anderson grew up in Minnesota, but her parents’ roots in Circle, Montana allowed her to spend a great deal of time in Big Sky Country during her formative years.  With every family visit, Rachel fell deeper in love with Montana’s wide open spaces, vibrant communities, and welcoming people.  By the time Rachel was a senior in high school, her affection for Montana was so strong that she only applied to one college - Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman.

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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Rocky entrepreneurs head to national competition

Billings Gazette

Author: cg0137 STATE

The good work of a team of Rocky Mountain College students has earned them a ticket to a national competition.

The nine members of Enactus will leave Saturday for St. Louis for the 2015 Enactus United States National Exposition. They will compete as finalists in two different categories for using their entrepreneurial know-how to empower others.

 

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Students, biz innovators wanted at Startup Weekend Butte

Montana Standard

Author: cg0137 STATE

If you need a crash course in launching a business, Startup Weekend Butte debuts this spring.

The March 27 through 29 event will be a catalyst for the Butte and southwest Montana entrepreneurial community, said Pam Haxby-Cote, regional director of the Blackstone LaunchPad Montana program.

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Thursday, December 4, 2014

MSU engineering seniors solve real-world problems

Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Author: cg0137 STATE

Montana State University engineering student Brenden Harrison learned a lot from his final project, working on a team of seniors to build a better suspension system for mountain bikes.

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