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Archive for month: March, 2020

Pablo – CSKT Extends Shutdown

The CKST Tribal Council has extended a shutdown on the Flathead Indian Reservation as the COVID-19 situation continues to develop in Montana. Courts are rescheduling cases but emergency hearings will take place as needed. A number of tribal programs will be scaled back but essential services will remain including elder care payroll accounting ...

Helena – Sheriff’s Office Thankful for Help From Community

The Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s Office has seen several local individuals and businesses stepping up to help prevent the spread of coronavirus by providing personal protective equipment particularly for inside the county detention center. MTN news reports the sheriff’s office will use the masks provided inside the jail to cover someone’s ...

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission approved $560,000 to support 10 projects for mule deer

Mule deer in Wyoming will see the on-the-ground benefits of more than $3 million in 2020. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission approved $560,000 to support 10 projects for mule deer across the state. This funding comes alongside support from partnering organizations to support the Statewide Mule Deer Initiative, about 4.4 dollars for every Com...

Great Falls – City Agency Closures

The City of Great Falls has closed its Public Works Complex Water Treatment Plant and Park and Recreation and GIS/Mapping offices to the public. Adopting a pet from the Great Falls Animal Shelter will now require an appointment. The City took the steps as it continues to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic

Butte – Commissioners Approve Special Loan Program

Butte-Silver Bow Commissioners approved a special loan program Wednesday evening that will make $200,000 available to help local businesses weather the financial fallout from the coronavirus. The program taps the $200,000 from the Butte-Silver Bow Anaconda ARCO Loan Fund established decades ago as part of a settlement with Atlantic Richfield.