Business Briefs

New personal banker at Opportunity Bank

Opportunity Bank has a new personal banker.


Bobi Jo F. Boeh is a Park County native and a graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman with a degree in Business Management.  She has been in banking for the past 18 years.

Boeh is married with two children and lives on a ranch, according to an opportunity bank release. She enjoys being in the country and its agricultural way of life.  

She is currently a new board member of the Livingston Chamber of Commerce and looks forward to helping the community of Livingston grow and thrive, the release said. She is also active in the 4-H community, Park County Cattlewomen and “Raise the Roof” Campaign for St. Mary’s Catholic School.

The bank is located at 123 S. Main St. and can be contacted at 222-1981.


New Realtor at Small Dog Realty

 Small Dog Realty welcomes its newest Realtor, Katie Kilfoil. 

Kilfoil is part of the Park County Board of Realtors and has lived in Livingston for the past 16 years, according to a Small Dog press release. 

“She looks forward to using her local knowledge of the market to assist buyers and sellers,” the release stated. As a Small Dog Realtor, Kilfoil will donate a percentage of her commissions from the sale or purchase homes toward supporting local animal shelters in Montana. Kilfoil enjoys a dog of her own. 

Kilfoil also serves on the Livingston Education Foundation Board as secretary and is raising two sons that both attend public schools in Livingston, according to the release. 

Contact her at 223-2475 or at