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SCCD looks for childcare solutions

The lack of affordable child care is one of many reasons some residents remain unemployed and disengaged from the workforce. If you can find a childcare provider in Sanders County, the cost of care, plus mileage, hardly makes finding employment worth the effort. Combined with the regulation,...

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Disaster Relief for Noxon

SCCD send thanks to Luisa Amaro of United Bankers’ Bank, Tom Eggensberger of Blackfoot Communications, and especially Candi Faroni of Valley Banks for their company’s generous donations toward disaster recovery relief in Noxon. The Noxon Fires devastated three local businesses, leaving...

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Visitor Data for Sanders County

Using Zartico’s portal, SCCD can provide visitor data for Sanders County. Real-time visitor data on origins, spending, and interests. The graph below provides a detailed analysis of visitor data over the last five years. With Zartico, SCCD is offering insights to revolutionize your customer...

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Thompson Falls has needs….

Well….maybe. The City of Thompson Falls is conducting a Community Needs Assessment. The first, and most important step in this process is to gather data from the residents of the community. Questions on the survey focus on public services, what you like, and what you want. To have your...

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Remote Worker Pilot Program takes off!

SCCD in cooperation with Sanders County Job Service, the Montana Business Assistance Center, and Teleworks is hosting its first remote worker training on January 9th – 13th at the State Building in Thompson Falls. The cost for training is $600 but for many in Sanders County, the tuition...

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