An emergency rental assistance fund for Missoulians impacted by COVID-19 has closed off applications less than 24 hours after the site went live.
- Missoula County $50K renters aid fund maxes out in 1 day
- Police blame super-potent heroin for one death, several overdoses
- Ten coronavirus cases linked to 'significant' Wyoming Behavioral Institute cluster
- Trump to rent storage space to oil producers as demand drops
- East Helena truss plant goes up in flames
Police, firefighters and A1 ambulances in Butte have responded to at least six medical emergencies involving people who have accidentally overdosed on heroin the past two days, and believe one overdose resulted in a death.
There have been 10 cases of the novel coronavirus linked to the Wyoming Behavioral Institute as of Thursday night, a Natrona County health official said.
An East Helena truss manufacturing plant burned down in a fire that started late Thursday night.
ClassPass' largest office is in Missoula, where over 200 employees work.