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Townsend Clinic welcomes new physician assistant

Stephen Scranton has joined the St. Peter’s Health Townsend Clinic team as their new family medicine physician assistant.  






Stephen Scranton




Scranton, PA, earned his Master of Science in physician assistant studies at Rocky Mountain College in Billings. He received his Bachelor of Science in wildlife biology from the University of Montana.

He is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and he is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Scranton is accepting new patients at the St. Peter’s Health Townsend Clinic, located at 515 S. Front St. in Townsend. 

Cybersecurity program grants available for businesses

As the looming shadow of cyber threats grows, businesses in Montana are called upon to assess their cybersecurity readiness and apply for remaining Montana Cybersecurity Program grants to enhance or develop their cybersecurity plans.

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The Montana Cybersecurity Program, administered by the Montana Department of Commerce, is committed to fortifying the digital defenses of small to medium-sized businesses across the state. Only half of the program’s funding remains, making this a critical moment for eligible businesses to act and ensure the security of their operations.

“We know that small businesses are often the target of cyberattacks,” said Scott Osterman, Director of the Montana Department of Commerce. “That’s why the Montana Department of Commerce is excited about extending the Montana Cybersecurity Program to continue to provide funding that directly assists our small to medium-sized businesses with cybersecurity monitoring and security.”

All small to medium-sized businesses in Montana are encouraged to develop a cybersecurity plan and apply for up to $8,000 in related grant funding. For more information, go to https://www.covidreliefmt.org/submit.

Montana Wheat and Barley Committee Board to meet

GREAT FALLS — The Montana Wheat and Barley Committee Board will meet on Monday, Nov. 27, 2023, in person at the Montana Wheat & Barley Committee offices and via Zoom, beginning at 10 a.m. The agenda is tentatively set to review budgets and to address general updates.

The public is invited to participate at the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee board meetings. To view an agenda for the meeting and learn more about the committee, visit the department’s website at montanawbc.com.

For information to join the meeting virtually or to request an agenda, please contact the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee at 406-761-7732 or by email at wbc@mt.gov.



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