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Montana – Foundation Awarding Grants in Response to COVID-19

The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation has awarded $450,000 to 86 organizations that provide basic needs to our communities in response to  the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants in varying amounts will be distributed to community net safety programs statewide. For More Information Visit: The Dennis and Phyllis Foundation Website

Montana – Foundation Awarding Grants in Response to COVID-19

The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation has awarded $450,000 to 86 organizations that provide basic needs to our communities in response to  the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants in varying amounts will be distributed to community net safety programs statewide. For More Information Visit: The Dennis and Phyllis Foundation Website

Montana – Governor Requests Waiver for Medicare

Governor Steve Bullock has requested a waiver from the federal government to streamline frontline health care providers’ ability to access much-needed health services available through Medicare Medicaid and CHIP to respond to COVID-19. The waiver will give Montana the regulatory flexibility to implement changes to expand capacity as needed to ...

Montana – Governor Requests Waiver for Medicare

Governor Steve Bullock has requested a waiver from the federal government to streamline frontline health care providers’ ability to access much-needed health services available through Medicare Medicaid and CHIP to respond to COVID-19. The waiver will give Montana the regulatory flexibility to implement changes to expand capacity as needed to ...

Kalispell – Residents Taking Advantage of Social Distancing to Complete Fuel-Reducitons

Flathead Valley residents are taking advantage of spring open burning season to get outside and practice social-distancing with COVID-19 in mind. They are completing annual fuels-reduction work around their homes and property burning branches and making progress with cleanup. Multiple widespread high wind events over the  past winter resulted ...

Butte – Catholic Schools Teaching Class Online

Coronavirus may be keeping children from their classrooms but this week in Butte   The classroom is being taken to the students online. The approximately 400 students in Butte’s Catholic schools will be learning from home as all K through 12 classes will be taught over the internet.