The two conditions for lifting the statewide mask mandate have been fulfilled. Vaccinating vulnerable people continues. Senate Bill 65 to create liability protection for businesses nonprofits churches health care providers and other organizations over exposure to COVID-19 fulfilled another requirement Wednesday afternoon when Gianforte signed it into law. He then made good on his promise…
Montana Navigator To Help Former Employees And Others For Obamacare Open Enrollment Starting Next Week For Three Months
Enrollment in the Affordable Care Act marketplace will reopen February 15th for three months. Jeremy Smith is the program director for Montana Navigator a nonprofit that assists people in health-care enrollment. He says people who have been laid off likely have lost their employer-based health care as well.
Some October days in Wyoming can feel more like full-on winter than fall. And it was one of those days, with a cold steel wind blowing across the water of Soda Lake north of Pinedale. Sam Gertsch of Alpine admits he had thought twice about whether he really wanted to be out in it that…
NorthWestern Energy’s Jo Dee Black With Safety Tip For Natural Gas Customers During Snowy Winter Weather
The winter weather gripping most of Montana will continue for several more days. Jo Dee Black with NorthWestern Energy has some advice to stay ahead of it and remain safe.
Billings Mayor Bill Cole With The Story Of New City Attorney From Another Part Of The Magic City Government
Billings has a new city attorney. Mayor Bill Cole has details.
Thursday Senate Bill 159 will be heard reducing the top income tax rate from 6.95% to 6.75% in an effort to make Montana more competitive. Executive Director of the Montana Taxpayers Association Bob Story explained Tuesday on Voices of Montana.
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Montana Urging Lawmakers Not To Roll Back Anti-Smoking Policies
Montana advocates fighting cancer are urging state lawmakers not to roll back anti-smoking policies this session. February is Cancer Prevention Month and volunteers are speaking with Montana legislators for cancer action week this week. Kristin Page-Nei with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network in Montana says one bill House Bill 285 would allow for…
Capitol City Correspondent Troy Shockley Reports East Helena School District Superintendent Leaving School
East Helena School District Superintendent Ron Whitmoyer is ready to leave school. Our Capitol City Correspondent Troy Shockley has details.
Montana Fish Wildlife And Parks Spokesman Bob Gibson On Upcoming Date Important To Fishers And Hunters
An important date is coming up for people who like to fish and hunt. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks spokesman Bob Gibson.
Montana’s Distinguished Nurse Of The Year Leesha Ford On Pandemic’s Effect On Nurses In Montana And Nationwide
Leesha Ford a clinical nursing instructor on the College of Nursing’s Bozeman campus has received the Distinguished Nurse of the Year award from the Montana Nurses Association. Monday on Voices of Montana she was asked about the pandemic and its effect on nurses.