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Archive for date: January 06, 2022

Vigils Held In Bozeman & Great Falls On January 6th Anniversary

The January 6th Capitol riot was aimed at overthrowing the results of the 2020 election. The attack resulted in five deaths and more than 130 injuries among police officers. To date federal prosecutors have charged more than 700 people with storming the Capitol including five from Montana. Candlelight vigils are being held across the country i...

Glacier National Park Moving Forward With New Telecommunications

The National Park Service has approved Glacier National Park’s Comprehensive Telecommunications Plan. It will allow a flexible response to changing communication needs and advances in technology including upgrading to new technologies and or removing unnecessary park telecommunications infrastructure if needed.

Montana Education Tax Credit Maxes Out In 5 Minutes

One of the most controversial new tax credits to come out of last year’s state Legislature was for education donation and it is already seeing results. Northern News Network’s Eric Young reports.

Montana Senators Lament January 6th Riot

One year after pro-Trump rioters attempted to stop Congress from certifying the 2020 election, Democratic Senator Jon Tester sees the riot as not only shaking American politics domestically but also empowering the nation’s communist adversaries. Republican Senator Steve Daines says it was a sad day for the country and supports the ongoin...

1st Influenza Death In Montana Reported For 2022

Montana’s first pediatric and first influenza death of the flu season has been confirmed. RiverStone Health in Billings was recently notified of the death of a Yellowstone County child due to influenza. The child had underlying health conditions was not vaccinated against influenza and died on Christmas Eve. In Montana the last flu-relat...