Technology gurus relocate to Havre
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Havre and north-central Montana have taken another step forward to engage modern technology and thinking in creating and sustaining vitality in the region.
Jim Salmons and Timlynn Babitsky, founders of Sohodojo in North Carolina, are moving to Havre. Babitsky has been named director of the North America Rural Futures Institute, and Salmons will be "entrepreneur and futurist in residence" at NARFI. They will continue to operate Sohodojo here.
"We want to bring our skills and experience and crank up the volume," Salmons said today.
Jonathan Richter, founder and program director of NARFI, said...