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Hamilton – Firewood Permit Fees Waived Until June

The Bitterroot National Forest joined others in the Northern Region to waive the cost of a firewood cutting permits through June 1st. The move follows on the heels  of the COVID-19 pandemic that’s closed the doors to Forest Service offices nationally. Woodcutters are allowed to take up to 12 cords of firewood annually for personal use and need...

Helena – Public Health Lab Running 300 Covid-19 Tests Daily

The state’s public health laboratory ran 2,193 tests by Wednesday evening and is currently running more than 300 a day submitted from all over the state. The number  of test kits in the state is hard to quantify because health care providers are constantly using what’s available but 3,000 test kits from the CDC were received last week.

Helena – Public Health Lab Running 300 Covid-19 Tests Daily

The state’s public health laboratory ran 2,193 tests by Wednesday evening and is currently running more than 300 a day submitted from all over the state. The number  of test kits in the state is hard to quantify because health care providers are constantly using what’s available but 3,000 test kits from the CDC were received last week.

Montana – Governor Directs Schools to Submit Remote Learning Plans

Governor Steve Bullock directed school districts to submit plans to implement remote learning, school meals services for students with disabilities, and other services customarily provided to students. The Great Falls Public Schools Board of Trustees has agreed to submit the District’s plan of action to the Governor’s office this Friday.

Kalispell – Public Transportation Changes

Flathead County residents can expect changes to local public transportation now through April 13th due to a shortage of drivers the department is experiencing amid the coronavirus outbreak. All Eagle Transit Kalispell City and Tri-City Commuter routes have been canceled.

Kalispell – Public Transportation Changes

Flathead County residents can expect changes to local public transportation now through April 13th due to a shortage of drivers the department is experiencing amid the coronavirus outbreak. All Eagle Transit Kalispell City and Tri-City Commuter routes have been canceled.