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Last Wednesday, Congressman Greg Gianforte was in Malta to meet community leaders from Phillips County, including county commissioners, a border patrol representative, local business leaders, and city officials. They discussed roadblocks that federal regulations pose, the local economy and employment, border security, and community projects.
During a meeting held at SidneyHealth Center on Thursday, U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., met with area leaders to discuss issues the city and county are facing.
Montana’s aging workforce will continue to challenge employers, but the state’s transient nature of residents “constantly moving in and out” can work to businesses’ advantage, a top Montana economist told the audience at the Montana Chamber Foundation’s annual Economic Update Series in Kalispell Thursday.
In 2018 there were more than six thousand reports of fraud in the state of Montana, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Nearly a third of those were impostor scams, which is when someone calls, and claims to be someone they're not.
Congressman Greg Gianforte is doing his part to help people fight fraud.
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte made a special stop in Hobson to honor Veteran Louis Loader with the 2018 Montana Congressional Veteran Commendation. On Sunday, July 14, behind the Congressman and guest of honor, the stage was lined with flags set up by American Legion member, Hobson Mayor Loren Drivdahl.
Rep. Greg Gianforte said he has gotten language included in the new defense bill that calls on the Secretary of the Air Force to consider improvements at existing facilities, such as fixing the runway at Malmstrom Air Force Base, rather than build new ones.
Congressman Greg Gianforte recognized Karlee Albertson of Billings with his Spirit of Montana commendation for her entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to serving her community. Karlee is the daughter of Mike and Kandis Albertson of Billings. Her grandparents are Joan and the late Ralph Koenig, formerly of Baker.