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Latest COVID-19 Numbers

Montana added 18 known cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s total to 299. Six people in the state have died and 24 have been hospitalized with coronavirus. With 116 positive tests, Gallatin County has the most cases in the state. Yellowstone County is the second highest with 40 cases.

Billings Business Mountain Mudd Expresso First State Recipient Of Paycheck Protection Program Funds

The nationwide rollout of the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program is underway and the owner of Mountaina Mudd Espresso in Billings appears to be the first business owner in Montana to qualify meaning 50 employees will continue to get paid for the next eight weeks and the crew will likely stay intact after the coronavirus pandemic ends. Se...

Billings Business Mountain Mudd Expresso First State Recipient Of Paycheck Protection Program Funds

The nationwide rollout of the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program is underway and the owner of Mountaina Mudd Espresso in Billings appears to be the first business owner in Montana to qualify meaning 50 employees will continue to get paid for the next eight weeks and the crew will likely stay intact after the coronavirus pandemic ends. Se...

MT State Fund Defers Premium Payments

Montana State Fund has announced that policyholders impacted by COVID-19 will have the flexibility to defer premium payments on their workers’ compensation insurance without cancellation of their policy through June 30th.  No cancellations will occur during this period unless requested by the policyholder.

MT State Fund Defers Premium Payments

Montana State Fund has announced that policyholders impacted by COVID-19 will have the flexibility to defer premium payments on their workers’ compensation insurance without cancellation of their policy through June 30th.  No cancellations will occur during this period unless requested by the policyholder.

As the wildfire season draws near, Federal and State Officials are scrambling to modify their tactics in this new era of coronavirus concerns.  Discussions are taking place on how that modifications can be accomplished. Already the season’s first fires 13 small blazes last week on the Crow Reservation were ignited as children played with match...