List of Essential Business in MT
HELENA- The City of Helena has closed playgrounds to prevent the spread of the coronavirus because they say they cannot sanitize playground equipment enough to ensure safety.
The Fit Form fitness center in Helena is now offering online classes due to COVID-19. Owner and instructor Melinda leas put this plan into action before all of the shutdowns started.
HELENA- All campgrounds, day-use sites and rental cabins in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest are temporarily closing to the public.
HELENA- Starting April 1, the public is allowed to cut firewood for personal use in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
HELENA - Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is demanding several retailers to adopt strict regulations on third party price gougers selling essential items on the internet in concern for the spread of coronavirus.
HELENA - Senator Jon Tester introduced a new bill with the purpose of protecting Montanans seeking student loan forgiveness from suffering late student loan payment consequences amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
HELENA - St. Peter's Health announced they are offering more healthcare options and COVID-19 prevention strategies to reduce the spread of the virus.
HELENA, Mont. - The Lewis and Clark County Treasurer/Clerk and Recorder announced office closures and restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To further limit exposure with both staff and the public, the following services will be available through mail and online only beginning M…
HELENA- Additional changes to city services are coming as city departments continue to adapt to ensure the safety and well-being of staff and the public.
HELENA- An extension has been made on an order closing some food, drink and fitness establishments in Lewis and Clark County until March 31.
HELENA- With the COVID-19 outbreak practically wiping the shelves of all grocery stores clean, we made some calls to local shops to see when they get trucks in and what you can expect to find.
HELENA- The Montana Motor Vehicle Division is making some changes in response to the coronavirus, and Attorney General Tim Fox and his staff are working with the governor’s office to extend driver’s license expiration dates.
HELENA- The Salvation Army is coordinating weekend meal distribution to students while schools are closed, and they are looking for volunteers to help out.
HELENA - The Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI) said Wednesday they are requesting state and federal governments to grant local schools with adaptability amid coronavirus.
The Montana Historical Society has announced it is closing many of its facilities amid the coronavirus outbreak.
HELENA - Helena Public Schools have set up a free food pick-up service for children ages 1 to 18-years-old at eight schools throughout Helena.
HELENA - U.S. Senator Steve Daines announced three additional plans designed to defend Montanans during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Lewis and Clark Public Health Officer issued an order Monday afternoon closing most food, drink, and fitness establishments in Lewis and Clark County, beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, March 17.
HELENA – Capital Transit is suspending fixed-route bus services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a press release, both the blue and red routes are suspended starting March 16, 2020, until further notice.
BROADWATER COUNTY- The Broadwater County Sheriff’s Office says on Friday, March 13, a crash on Highway 12/287 between mile markers 57 and 58 killed two young individuals and has a third in critical condition.
HELENA - While supplies, particularly toilet paper, appear to be flying off of the shelves in grocery stores across the state, one company in Helena is doing their part to make sure people who can't afford disinfectants and other toiletries, are taken care of.
HELENA- To protect against possibly spreading the novel coronavirus the annual Made in Montana Tradeshow for Food & Gifts will be limited to wholesale buyers.
HELENA- Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for the individual who sprayed paint on the parking lot, a picnic shelter and a kiosk at the Spring Meadow State Park in Helena.
TOWNSEND, Mont. - 20,000 United States soldiers - including members of the Montana National Guard - have been chosen to be deploying for Defender 2020, a military exercise activity across Europe this year.
GREAT FALLS- The United States Department of Agriculture has announced it would be allowing sugar beet farmers in Montana to be eligible for Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program-Plus funding.
GREAT FALLS- It doesn’t seem like we’re out of the woods just yet for winter weather as the National Weather Service says there is a significant chance of snowfall and cold through North Central Montana.
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