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2nd Largest Industry in Montana Takes a Hit

At what is now essentially the beginning of the tourist season travel and tourism related businesses are concerned that current coronavirus restrictions could extend into the busy summer season causing even more economic hardship. In Montana tourism is the second largest contributor to the economy. By mid-March nearly 50% of hotel motel and ot...

Great Falls – Primary Election by Mail Only Ballot

The June 2nd primary election in Cascade County will be held by a mail only ballot. The county employs 110 temporary election judges as required by law to assist on election-day at the certified polling locations. 82% of the electorate in Cascade County has already requested a mail ballot.

Great Falls – Primary Election by Mail Only Ballot

The June 2nd primary election in Cascade County will be held by a mail only ballot. The county employs 110 temporary election judges as required by law to assist on election-day at the certified polling locations. 82% of the electorate in Cascade County has already requested a mail ballot.

West Glacier- Governor Requests Closure

Governor Steve Bullock sent a letter to the superintendent of Glacier National Park Tuesday requesting the immediate temporary closure of the park as the state experiences a surge in positive coronavirus cases. As of Thursday there was no word from Jeff Mow on whether Glacier will shut its gates as other national parks have including Yellowsto...

Montana Conservation Voters’ Aaron Murphy On Mail-In Ballot For Primary Election Ok’d By Governor Bullock

Governor Steve Bullock has issued an order for counties to be able to use mail-in ballots if they choose for the June 2nd primary election. The head of the group Montana Conservation Voters Aaron Murphy says it’s an important decision that will ensure the integrity of the state’s election. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-conte...

Missoula – Montana PBS Offers Home Learning for Students

As schools and districts across Montana suspend classes to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 Montana PBS and the Montana Office of Public Instruction have announced a plan to support home learning for students. Beginning Monday a new weekday television schedule will debut including educational programs aligned to state public education standards...

Missoula – Montana PBS Offers Home Learning for Students

As schools and districts across Montana suspend classes to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 Montana PBS and the Montana Office of Public Instruction have announced a plan to support home learning for students. Beginning Monday a new weekday television schedule will debut including educational programs aligned to state public education standards...

Rescue Package will Increase Unemployment Benefits

With multiple businesses temporarily closing or laying off employees due to the coronavirus pandemic many Montanans are filing for unemployment benefits. The $2.2 trillion economic rescue package passed by the Senate Wednesday evening is expected to be approved today in the U.S. House and the President said he will sign it into law. That will ...

Rescue Package will Increase Unemployment Benefits

With multiple businesses temporarily closing or laying off employees due to the coronavirus pandemic many Montanans are filing for unemployment benefits. The $2.2 trillion economic rescue package passed by the Senate Wednesday evening is expected to be approved today in the U.S. House and the President said he will sign it into law. That will ...

Glendive – Call Before Heading to Hosptial

Glendive Medical Center officials have asked patients to call before going to the hospital since the facility has enacted restrictions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Anyone experiencing severe respiratory problems including shortness of breath should call the hospital’s emergency department before going to the hospital.