Printing For Less, a large employer for Livingston and surrounding areas, will unveil its new production and warehouse space by mid-July. The addition will bring the total facility square footage to 101,000. The expansion is funded by a Goldman Sachs capital investment for $25 million. PFL has grown into being a print shop, marketing technology company and e-commerce provider.
With the renovation of a downtown Polson landmark, Blodgett Creamery Coffee Saloon opened two years ago at the corner of Main Street and Fourth Ave. The restaurant has become a popular gathering spot. Debra and Jeff Blodgett are the owners of the Creamery. The Creamery service area is managed by Morgan Kates, the daughter of Debra and Jeff, while their son Cody manages the kitchen and inventory.
The Bureau of Reclamation has announced the opening of the Hungry Horse Dam Visitor Center for the 2019 summer season, daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. through Sept. 28. Exhibits about the history of Hungry Horse Dam and its importance to the Federal Columbia River Power System are featured. Hungry Horse Dam is located off Highway 2 in Hungry Horse, Montana. For more information, visit https://www.usbr.gov/pn/hungryhorse/index.html or call (406) 387-5241 x347.
Jesse and Sasha Mullen, have recently purchased Browsing Bison Books, the local bookstore in Deer Lodge. Chris Walrath and Nancy Kelley, opened the store nearly 20 years ago. They had planned on closing the store so they could retire.
Stokes Market in Butte will close its Harrison Avenue location in order to expand it’s True Value franchise. The other Stokes Market locations will not be affected. The Idaho-based grocery chain,...
Richland Economic Development Corp awarded its sixteenth loan for the expansion of a business in Fairview. The loan was for Tim Neu for Neu’s SuperValu. The loan was applied for in partnership with Stockman Bank of Sidney. Tim purchased the SuperValu from Bill Huft in 2015, and then began upgrading the store.