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Montana Women’s Run Goes Virtual

The 2020 Montana Women’s Run will be held as a virtual event this year due to the health threats posed by COVID-19. Participants are encouraged to walk or run a 2 or 5 mile route near their home. T-shirts race numbers and a small gift will be mailed to all participants. Details are available at womensrun dot org.

MT Science Center Busy Making Masks

Even though the Montana Science Center in Bozeman is closed, the Science Center’s 3D printer is up and running making printed respiratory masks. Using rolls of filament which cost between $20 and $25 a roll, one roll can print about 20 masks bringing the total cost for one to about $1.

MT Science Center Busy Making Masks

Even though the Montana Science Center in Bozeman is closed, the Science Center’s 3D printer is up and running making printed respiratory masks. Using rolls of filament which cost between $20 and $25 a roll, one roll can print about 20 masks bringing the total cost for one to about $1.

DPPHS Exploring Ways to Assist Childcare Facilities

More than 160,000 K through 12 students suddenly lost their regular source of daytime supervision when schools statewide closed. The Montana Department of Health and Human Services is monitoring childcare closures and recommending that individual providers decide on the best course of action. The Department is exploring many policy options to ...

Crow – Checkpoints in Place

Checkpoints have been set up on the Crow Indian Reservation to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in tribal communities. One checkpoint is to stop out of state residents from entering tribal land. Another is to determine the nature of business someone might have coming onto Crow Tribal Land and if the business is recreational they’ll be asked to t...

Governor Increases Legal Weight of Commercial Vehicles

Governor Steve Bullock has implemented actions to increase the ability of commercial motor carrier vehicles to ensure a supply of food medical supplies farm inputs and feed and hay during the coronavirus pandemic. The Directive allows a 10% increase in the legal weight of commercial vehicles but does not require or allow fatigued drivers to op...

Governor Increases Legal Weight of Commercial Vehicles

Governor Steve Bullock has implemented actions to increase the ability of commercial motor carrier vehicles to ensure a supply of food medical supplies farm inputs and feed and hay during the coronavirus pandemic. The Directive allows a 10% increase in the legal weight of commercial vehicles but does not require or allow fatigued drivers to op...

Great Falls – City Manager Suspends RV City Code

By executive order Great Falls City Manager Greg Doyon has suspended a city code that prohibits residing in an RV on private property or public right of way. The intent is to allow emergency workers health care providers or residents to care for a family member while not residing in the same dwelling or to self-isolate and minimize family expo...