This week’s forecast is predicting temperatures well into the triple digits throughout the week, which can lead to heat related illnesses. Dr. Daniel Henning from the University of Washington School of Medicine shares some symptoms to be mindful of if you’re going be out in this heat.
Here’s Park County Public Health Officer Laurel Desnick with last week’s COVID-19 update.
The City of Dillon announced it will be putting restrictions on its water supply. Northern News Network’s Eric Young has the details.
Superintendent of public instruction Elsie Arntzen was overall satisfied with the latest legislative session and how that would impact Montana’s schools. On Voices of Montana last week, she pointed out one Initiative in particular that will have a major impact on Montana’s schools and the state in general.
The Southeastern Montana Development Corporation recently launched a new campaign called “Montana Made Possible” to attract new business, residents and visitors to the city of Colstrip and surrounding region of Rosebud, Treasure, Custer and Powder River counties. Executive Director of the Miles City Chamber of Commerce John Laney explains what kickstarted this campaign.
Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen has been the target of recent lawsuits in response to state voting laws recently passed. Secretary Jacobsen provided an update on the lawsuit filed by the Montana Democratic Party recently on Voices of Montana.
There have been concerns recently among Native American tribes regarding economic development and how the pandemic may have possibly set it back. Paul Tuss is the Executive Director of Bear Paw Development Corporation and knows a way to address this.
Warm weather often brings crowds to Montana’s lakes and rivers, which but with the risk of drowning also runs with them. The University of Washington Medicine Pediatrics Professor Dr. Beth Ebel says this can be avoided from children simply with life jackets and parental guidance.
A recent Louisiana judge ruling blocked the Biden administration’s moratorium on gas and oil leasing. Montana Senator Steve Daines recently commented on this ruling and the administration’s moratorium.
A prolonged period of high temperatures will bake the entire Northern Rockies through this weekend with temperatures potentially hitting 110 degrees this week, according to the National Weather Service. A high and moderate heat risk is forecast for the Flathead Valley with temperatures in the mid-to-upper 90s, north central Idaho, west central Montana and valleys…