The population of Hamilton, Mont., is 4,728, up more than 10 percent since 2010. Retail outlets fill Main Street, which is bracketed by mountain views. MUST CREDIT: photo for The Washington Post by Preston Gannaway. Hamilton is a small Montana town that is thriving, thanks in part to federal medical research lab Rocky Mountain Laboratories. (Preston Gannaway/For The Washington Post) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Scientists work at Rocky Mountain Laboratories in Hamilton, Mont., a state-of-the-art facility investigating deadly viral diseases. (Preston Gannaway/For The Washington Post) Cathryn Haigh, a specialist in rare neurodegenerative diseases, moved to Hamilton from Melbourne, Australia. (Preston Gannaway/For The Washington Post) Fenn Nelson, left, and Jasper Miller opened Higherground Brewing in Hamilton in 2011. (Preston Gannaway/For The Washington Post) Level 4 biosafety suits in the training lab at Rocky Mountain Laboratories. (Preston Gannaway/For The Washington Post) Show Caption of Expand By Washington Post | PUBLISHED: April 5, 2019 at 8:31 am | UPDATED: April 5, 2019 at 8:45 am By David J. Lynch | The Washington Post HAMILTON, Mont. – As small towns elsewhere saw prosperity pass them by in favor of the big cities, something unusual happened to this rural hamlet tucked in the… Read full this story
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