(The Center Square) – Ahead of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on vaccine mandates expected as early as this week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control is under increased scrutiny after recent comments about COVID-19 deaths.
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(The Center Square) – With the holiday break coming to an end Monday, a number of school districts across the country are deciding to go fully remote to start the new year as COVID-19 cases rise. These decisions come despite mounting evidence that pandemic lockdowns and other restrictions have taken a significant mental and emotional toll on children.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The Great Falls Public School Board (GFPS) made two decisions at a Board meeting Thursday evening in regard to the use of…
CLARKSTON, Wash. - The Clarkston Walmart temporarily closed it's doors Monday and they plan on staying closed until Wednesday morning, a spokesperson for the company told KHQ.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, the Chair of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, released the follow…
COLUMBUS, Mont. - On Thursday, the CDC released new federal guidelines regarding masking. Stillwater Billings Clinic announced in a release they will continue to require masks for all employees, patients and visitors onsite.
LIVINGSTON - Over 100 households throughout Park County were visited by volunteers and Park County Health Department staff for the first round…
Starting January 26, inbound international air travelers will be required to produce a negative COVID-19 test before entering the United States.
BOZEMAN- The Bogert pool in Bozeman is just one of many public pools across Montana rolling back their covers as we head into the summer months.
LIVINGSTON, Mont. - Livingston’s only public pool reopened on June 15, with a handful of new guidelines in place to protect guests from COVID-19.