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Rachel Louise Just
ABC Fox Reporter
Health officials in the county says that it's too early to say absolutely if outside visitors are why Gallatin County has such a large caseload, but they don't believe it to be a major factor at the moment. Instead, it's community spread that's they believe is plaguing the county.
Wanting to spread a little hope, Tyler Steelman and Thomas Pickford started the #BozemanStrong Facebook group, a place to spread hope, share positive messages, and connect community members.
The stay-at-home order didn’t stop the word from spreading quickly, with neighbors setting up chairs, blowing horns, and making signs to celebrate; all safely six feet apart.
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.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - The coronavirus isn't the only thing threatening the lives of millions around the world today. Domestic violence is increasing in the wake of national quarantines and stay-at-home orders.
Gage Roush's lawyer asked Gallatin County District Court Judge Holly Brown today for a lower bail so he could return to his home in West Yellowstone, where Hurley was murdered in February. Roush's bail is currently set at $50,000. He pleaded not guilty earlier this month.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Montana State University President Waded Cruzado is sending out a personal plea via Facebook to Bobcats and Griz alike, urging all people to stay home for the sake of medical workers.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - A Montana State University program is taking on all of your financial questions when it comes to how to weather the coronavirus.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Bozeman Public Library shut down until further notice due to current events, but one member of the team is continuing her…
BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office is reaching out to the public about a heartbreaking trend, as the number of suicide threats in the county have gone up in the last two weeks and the sheriff believes those incidents are linked to the current global situation.