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At the Gallatin County Law and Justice Center, the courts are staggering employee shifts, trying to go virtual as much as possible, and limiting face-to-face interactions.
Bridger Aerospace - a Belgrade-based wildfire suppression and response company - is offering up their fleet of more than a dozen planes to help out healthcare workers in moving supplies and patients.
Boiling River Crossfit, a Belgrade gym, started the "Stronger Together Challenge," a challenge open to anyone who wants to spread strength around their community.
To make do with their circumstance, many small businesses in the last week have moved to online sales and pickup. They've adjusted hours and cut staffing.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - There’s no way Necia Erickson could have known when she bought her ticket to Peru in December that she’d be flying down in the middle of an international pandemic. But now she’s in Cusco, gateway to the Andes Mountains, indefinitely.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Gallatin County has declared a state of emergency after a third case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the county. This marks the county's third case, and the tenth case confirmed in Montana.
"In a moment, things changed," Joe remembers. "Playing fetch, and as the ball went across the lawn, Bubba collapsed. I've never seen or heard anything you know like that before. Like, what just happened here?"
Starting this week, a wave of Bozeman restaurants announced they'll be offering pick-up and delivery only options. It's the best way to keep their employees working, food from going to waste, and some kind of income flowing.
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.
UPDATE: All but one of the 15 Montana State students studying abroad in Italy have returned to the United States and are being asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.