The Paycheck Protection Program end March 31st. U.S. Small Business Business Administration Montana District Director Brent Donnelly.
Governor Greg Gianforte Announced Tuesday Afternoon Vaccines Will Be Available To All Montanans April 1st
At a news conference Tuesday afternoon Governor Greg Gianforte announced COVID-19 vaccines will be available to all Montanans beginning April 1st.
Tuesday at a U.S. Senate Finance Committee hearing Senator Steve Daines talked about his bipartisan American Jobs and Energy Manufacturing Act to help people and towns impacted by coal plant and facility closures.
Beginning April 1, Painted Rocks State Park outside of Darby will open six of its campsites to advanced reservations. The state park’s 23 campsites have traditionally all operated on a first-come, first-served basis, but after an increase in visitation and public interest in reservation options, park managers decided to move six sites to the…
Yellowstone Valley Electric Cooperatives’ Annual Meeting Will Look Different This Year Due To COVID-19
In the past the annual meeting of the Yellowstone Valley Electric Cooperative would start early in the morning and go all day but not this Thursday in the Pavilion at Metra Park in Billings due to the pandemic. Chief Executive Officer Brandon Whitman.
American Red Cross Looking For Blood During March Which Is Red Cross Month And Gives Directions Where To Go
March is Red Cross Month a perfect time to donate blood. Where do you go? No problem according to Matthew Ochsner Regional Communications Director for the American Red Cross in Montana and Idaho.
Montana Public Health Institute Supports Sound Health Policy And Funding. So Says CEO Hillary Hanson
The Montana Public Health Institute focuses on rural frontier and tribal communities to support sound health policy and funding. Its work began in 2020 with programs and services that support Montana’s local and tribal response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief Operating Officer Hillary Hanson.
Rural Communities Are Big Beneficiaries From The $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Signed Into Law By President Biden
Rural communities are big beneficiaries from the $1.9 billion COVID relief bill Matt Hildreth head of Rural Organizing dot org says there’s a long list of benefits such as $100 million in rental assistance for U-S-D-A subsidized rural properties $10 billion to expand broadband and a 15% increase in food assistance payments known as SNAP…
North Dakota anglers, trappers and hunters are reminded that new licenses for the 2020-21 season are required beginning April 1. Licenses can be purchased online by visiting the North Dakota Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. Once the license is processed, hunters and anglers will have the option to print a hard copy and/or…
A path linking trails across Montana which is gaining momentum would start in Glacier National Park go down into the state’s southwest corner and back up before bending east near Great Falls to North Dakota. Marty Bannon president and founder of the Montana Trail 406 Association says the 440-mile section along the Continental Divide Trail…