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Montana Unemployment Numbers Skyrocket

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry said Thursday 35,000 Unemployment Insurance payments were distributed from March 23rd Through April 1st providing benefits to Montanans who have lost their job or have had to reduce work hours  due to COVID-19. In the same time frame the Department’s unemployment insurance phone line received more t...

Big Sky Relief Fund Donates $1 Million

Bozeman Health has received a $1 million donation from the Big Sky Relief Fund a group that provides money to those impacted by the global pandemic. Bozeman Health will use the money to increase the number of people Big Sky Medical Center and Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital can treat.

MT Supreme Court Changes Venue on Christensen Appeal

The oral arguments in former Florence physician Chris Christensen’s appeal that were planned for today at the University of Montana’s George Dennison Theater have been canceled and the case will now be decided by the seven justices on the Montana Supreme Court. He was originally charged with 400 drug-related felonies including providing methad...

MT National Guard Assisting Airports Across the State

Starting today all arriving passengers at airport terminals train stations and most privately owned operations at major airports in Montana will be screened to reduce the spread of coronavirus. They will be asked to share relevant travel and health history and to have their temperature taken. If a passenger exhibits a temperature of 100.4 degr...

Butte – Police Prepare to Cite Stay at Home Violations

The Governor recently issued a stay at home order asking people to only leave home for essential reasons. People are ordered to maintain social distancing and avoid crowds. Butte police have received reports some people are ignoring this and are prepared to cite those violating the order because if someone gets the virus the potential exists t...

Montana Beef Market Status

Montana’s beef market is heading into an uncertain year as the spread of COVID-19 impacts an already unstable market although it had been was forecast to be a better one for cattle producers than 2019. Spring cattle auctions in Montana have also changed to better adhere to social distancing guidelines including dong some sales over conference ...

Montana Beef Market Status

Montana’s beef market is heading into an uncertain year as the spread of COVID-19 impacts an already unstable market although it had been was forecast to be a better one for cattle producers than 2019. Spring cattle auctions in Montana have also changed to better adhere to social distancing guidelines including dong some sales over conference ...

Hamilton – Hospital Implements No-Visitor Policy

Over the past few weeks Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital in Hamilton has had visitor restrictions in place but now a no-visitor policy has been implemented and no visitors can currently access the facilities. For people getting picked up from the hospital an employee will assist in  transporting patients to their vehicles.