GREAT FALLS - As the number of cases of the coronavirus continues to grow across the country, some people have begun taking drastic measures to try to prevent catching the virus.
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BOZEMAN- The biggest fundraiser for the Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation, the Warriors Taste Fest, was canceled due to COVID-19, but the nonprofit is hoping to raise money through their “5 Days of Giving” online auction to continue to supporting veterans in Montana.
BOZEMAN- Major roadwork is nothing new during summers in Montana, but streetscapes improvements on N. 7th Ave. are currently weeks behind and affecting local businesses.
The Libertarian candidate for president, Dr. Jo Jorgensen, is bringing her 'Real Change for Real People' campaign tour to Bozeman and Billings.
ROUNDUP- A rancher in Roundup is cleaning up after the Bobcat Fire forced him to evacuate over 200 cattle. The Bobcat Fire was detected on September 2 and burned over 30,000 acres south of Roundup.
BOZEMAN- The HRDC's Streamline bus services are looking for the public’s input on new proposed routes at their final meeting via Zoom at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020.
GREAT FALLS - This school year has come with many different challenges, but one thing that’s never changed is the ability for students to adapt and overcome.
BOZEMAN- The annual Montana State University homecoming parade is changing to a virtual Stay-HOMEcoming week from Sept. 28, 2020, to Oct. 3, 2020.
BILLINGS - According to the Billings Police Department, officers saw people inside of a vehicle shoot at another vehicle at South 28th and 8th Ave.
BOZEMAN- Charlie Health started in January of 2020 looking to help Montana’s alarming suicide rate and now offers different types of online mental health therapies to deal with those struggling during COVID-19 as well.
MISSOULA - If you don't have a portable air filter or something to clean the air in your home, you can make one using a box fan and an air filter.
Right now, with smoke in the air from wildfires burning in Oregon, California and Washington, doctors are saying the masks we use to fight COVID-19 could help fight the smoke.
BOZEMAN – Governor Steve Bullock will visit the COMMIT Foundation Tuesday, September 15, 2020, and participate in a round table to discuss veterans transitioning into the workforce.
BOZEMAN- When Danielle Miller decided to go all-in on her passion for cooking, she was just hoping to make a difference in the community.
MISSOULA - Right now the Missoula Police Department is warning people to safety store fire arms and other hunting weaponry after a string of break-ins and theft occurred.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Last-minute details are getting ironed out and final preparations are going on for the arrival of Vice President Mike Pence, who will speak at a rally for Sen. Steve Daines and the Montana GOP ticket in Belgrade on Monday.
Down at Nomad Taco they have been through it all in the last 12 months, Brittni Mayfield and Jason Mayfield have celebrated their first wedding anniversary, the town their business was set up in burned down, all well working through COVID-19.
BOZEMAN- Bozeman resident Carol Simpson has donated more than $8,000 dollars to six different local charities as a way to give back to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HELENA – The Helena Symphony is preparing for its first performance after a 203-day hiatus. Starting Saturday, September 19th, the symphony will begin live streaming their performances.
LIVINGSTON- According to a community needs assessment by the Human Resource Development Council, there is currently a 2% vacancy rate in the community of Livingston with a rapidly increasing rent rate.
In Glasgow sits an 11-year-old institution called the Apple Trolley, the crew at the Apple Trolley made changes right out of the gate so they could stay open during COVID.
UPDATE Sept. 10 7:42 a.m. - The 16-year-old girl who was killed outside of Missoula in a crash on Old Highway 10 has been identified.
BOZEMAN- Gibson Guitars is known as a Nashville, Tennessee, guitar manufacturer but little is known about their exclusive factory in Bozeman crafting acoustic and electric acoustic guitars.
MISSOULA - As wildfires ravage Montana, the Humane Society of the United States is urging residents to prepare a disaster plan which includes their pets now.
BOZEMAN- The Rock Youth Center has helped out students in Bozeman since 2006, but said they expect to see an increase in the normal 200 or so students coming through their now two different locations a day.
BOZEMAN- Starting at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, MAP Brewing Co. is offering the “Canyon Companion” for any Bridger Canyon resident who is displaced or was evacuated.
Currently in Missoula
- Deer Lodge PD: Missing woman found
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- Montana reports 224 new COVID-19 cases
- 59 Montana schools report COVID-19 cases among students, staff
- Sheriff: Woman reported missing Sept. 14 located safe
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- Missoula teen found safe, MEPA cancelled