Fort Harrison, Mont. – Seventy three Montana Army and Air National Guard men and women have been activated for State Active Duty by Montana Governor Steve Bullock in response to COVID-19. The Soldiers and Airmen will be used in 11 cities and 17 locations within those cities around the state and will begin their duties on Friday, April 3.
BILLINGS—A Colorado man convicted of trafficking heroin and methamphetamine in the community and of possessing a firearm was sentenced to 15 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release, U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme said.
A judge gave a former University of Montana Western football player accused of sexually assaulting a young woman in Dillon a three-year deferred sentence Tuesday for a conviction of criminal endangerment.
The coal company laid off three of its employees at the North Antelope Rochelle mine, in addition to letting go of 10 temporary workers at the Rawhide and Caballo mines.
Butte police officers responded at 11 p.m. Sunday to a residence on the 500 block of South Main Street, where approximately 15 people were gathered at a house party.
Outdoor recreation, a huge economic driver in western Montana that’s also billed by some as the Butte area’s “new mining” money-maker, is suffering like so many businesses because of the coronavirus.
Organizers say that not only can the gardens be a source of food during times of economic uncertainty, but planting and caring for the gardens also offers gardeners a chance to become more self-sufficient and get outside.
The Montana Area Music Association is examining ways to spread the word about live-streaming concerts, the only remaining avenue to safely perform for the public, and raising money to aid players.
An emergency rental assistance fund for Missoulians impacted by COVID-19 has closed off applications less than 24 hours after the site went live.
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.
MSU Extension in Teton County is following the guidance of the stay home orders. The team that includes Jane Wolery, Jamie Smith and Sharla Hinman will begin their first week with all three working from home. The team had spent one week doing split shifts to accommodate the 6-foot social d…
It has been a week, hasn’t it? I suspect most of us are feeling unsettled to varying degrees. Even though we are dealing with something completely new to most of us in this decade and in this century with the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertain future, my thoughts keep going back to my grand…
The total number of coronavirus cases in Montana rose to 241 Thursday according to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
Health care providers in Wyoming have been asked to send samples to private laboratories if the patients are not covered by one of the categories, which include hospitalized patients, health care workers and pregnant women.
More than half of people in Wyoming say they or their immediate family have had their hours or pay cut.
The agent who worked as a screening officer at the main checkpoint of Missoula International Airport. That person held the evening shift and last worked March 25, according to the agency.
From her perch near the nest where she’s laid her eggs for most of the last 11 years, “Her Highness Harriet” had no idea of the turmoil into which the human world has been plunged by a tiny virus.
One company's solution appears simple but potent: take excess natural gas, convert it to electricity on a well site and then use that power for data computing.
HELENA, MT - Governor Steve Bullock today directed that travelers arriving from another state or country to Montana for non-work-related purposes undergo a 14-day self-quarantine. The Directive follows the governor’s prior travel advisory and last week’s Stay at Home Directive.
Occurred on March 21, 2020 San Francisco, California, USA Info from Licensor: "San Francisco is eerily empty as everyone stays inside during the coronavirus pandemic. Locations filmed include - Embarcadero, Golden Gate Bridge, Marina, Fisherman's Warf, Oracle Park, Ghirardelli Square, Palace…
NEWLAND — The BIble is full of stories in which the people of Israel are afflicted by war, famine and disease, yet time after time God always reveals His mercy and grace in the end. So why would the present time be any different?
Churches also tend to have older people in their congregations, who are most at risk to the coronavirus, giving pastors and rabbis another reason to move services online.
Great Falls, MT — As of 7pm on Monday, 3/16/20, Cascade County still has zero confirmed cases of COVID-19. More than 20 samples have been sent to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) lab and all have come back negative.
(The Center Square) – Health officials announced three new deaths Saturday in Washington from the novel coronavirus, bringing the state's death count to 40, most in the U.S.
MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today confirmed two presumptively positive cases of coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Missoula County, Montana.
NorthWestern Energy activated a company-wide plan to address the implications of the COVID 19 outbreak while providing reliable energy service for our customers in Nebraska, South Dakota and Montana.
HELENA—The Montana spring and summer open burning season opened March 1. While burning is allowed year-round, there are different restrictions and requirements throughout the seasons. The Department of Environmental Quality reminds people to comply with air quality rules and use good judgmen…
March 12 marks the 108th birthday of Girl Scouts and commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the organization’s first 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia.
GREAT FALLS – Alluvion Health and Great Falls Emergency Services are once again partnering to offer a free community hands only CPR class. This American Heart Association (AHA) Family & Friends® CPR Course is a video-based, classroom course with a facilitator and group environment. The m…
Montana livestock producers are reminded to keep updated livestock inventory records. These records are necessary in the event of a natural disaster.
On April 1, 2020, Teton County will be rolling out a new electronic referral system called CONNECT. The Teton County Health Department is working with DPHHS to implement CONNECT in North Central Montana including; Chouteau, Glacier, Liberty, Pondera, Teton and Toole counties. CONNECT is a se…
MSU Extension in Teton County is offering two sections of Strong People. Enrollment is currently open, so participants can join the class at any time. The classes are Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-9:30 a.m. or 9:45-10:45 a.m. at the Choteau Baptist Church. People who are interest…
Stop by the Cozy Corner Wednesday February 19 from 10:00am until noon for a cup of coffee and information on the dissolution of the Teton Medical Center Hospital District. Bring your questions and comments.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County has once again received an unmodified (“clean”) opinion according to the annual audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, performed by Anderson ZurMuehlen & Co., certified public accountants.