Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work.
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As coronavirus cases surge, state officials can’t afford to wait for a new president to take office before taking action. But some governors’ initiatives seem to be little more than policy tweaks or symbolic gestures.
Helena High School and Capital High School will close to in-person instruction for at least two weeks beginning Monday due to a staff shortage…
During his life Paul Roos became an enthusiastic advocate for clean water and conservation ethics, helping spearhead multiple organizations and causes to restore and protect the Blackfoot River.
Montana added another 1,236 COVID-19 cases in an update Thursday afternoon to the state's case mapping and information website.
Five businesses in Montana have filed counterclaims against the state after being accused of violating public health orders intended to the limit the spread of COVID-19.