Bill Coffee, the CEO of the Montana-based Stockman Bank, has been reappointed to a prestigious post with the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Coffee will now serve a second 3-year term on the Minneapolis Fed's board of directors.
Many Montana businesses are still struggling from the financial impacts of the COVID-19 shutdowns from last Spring, and many are still suffering under restrictions that remain in place. Now that another COVID-19 relief package was signed into law by President Trump, another round of Paycheck Protection Program funds are now available.
Anytime is a good time to support St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, but right now you've got an added incentive. Buy a $100 St. Jude's Dream House Ticket and you could win a completely renovated Billings house worth $275,000 and a $10,000 Visa gift card.
Stockman Bank CEO Bill Coffee recently joined us on our "Montana Talks" statewide radio talk show with Aaron Flint. We talked jobs, the economy, and what he has been seeing and hearing all across the state. We also covered the remarkable 65 year history of Stockman Bank in Montana.
Sitting on the top floor of one of the tallest buildings in downtown Billings everyday gives me a great view that I love. As I sit in the Cat Country studio each day, I can see some of the most beautiful scenery Billings has to offer.
I am one for tall buildings...
Montana spring weather can be really unpredictable, but we can't let that stop us from hitting the little white ball. Wayne Nelson, from Stockman Bank, stopped by to talk about the upcoming Stockman Scramble May 7.