Category Archives: Great Falls Greats

Business in Profile: Mighty Mo

Seth Swingley, 42, and Casey Kingsland, 42 of Mighty Mo Brew Pub/Mighty Mo Brewing Company Both are from Great Falls. “Great Falls has always been a great place to raise a family and we were excited to see what Great Falls could grow into to keep the younger generations from moving away,” Swingley said. They chose to open in Great Falls

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Great Falls Greats 2020 Winners

We asked and you answered. More than 1,000 votes were submitted in the inaugural Great Falls Greats contest and here are your top three in most categories. Congrats to the 2020 winners. Head out and about June 25-27 to celebrate them! Best Coffee Shop Broadwater Coffee Brewing Company Electric City Coffee True Brew Best Bar Enbär Elevation 3330 KellerGeist Pub

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Business in profile: The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers

Candice English, 35, The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers. Originally, English is from a ranch between Cut Bank and Browning. She lived in Whitefish, went to high school in Missoula. Her husband was in the Air Guard and that brought her to Great Falls. What made you stay here? “Even though my husband left the Guard to join Farmer’s Daughter Fibers, we love

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Business in profile: Miss Kitty’s Coffee Cafe

Lynn Baker, 52, Miss Kitty’s Coffee Cafe opened June 2014. Baker is from Missoula and has lived in Montana her whole life. She’s been in Great Falls for almost 21 years. She came here from Billings to run a pizza franchise with her former husband. She stayed “because this really became my home. My kids were born here and I got

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Great Falls business in profile

This month, The Electric has been celebrating its third anniversary with the 2020 Great Falls Greats contest and those winners will be announced June 19. Celebrating three years of The Electric, and introducing Great Falls Greats This week, we’re highlighting some local business owners and why they chose to operate in Great Falls. The Electric sent a short questionnaire to

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Business in profile: Hi-Line Climbing Center

Brian and Abby Thompson. The Hi-Line Climbing Center. Opened in 2016. Brian is originally from Butte and Abby is from Deadwood, South Dakota. The following answers are from Brian Thompson. “We had left Montana for post-grad education and wanted to come back really badly. Once a job opened in Great Falls we took it. The climbing gym opened later to fill

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