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 By Paul Tedrow    News    April 1, 2020 

Sidney Mayor Urges Community Unity

Aside from everyone practicing social distancing as much as possible, Sidney Mayor Rick Norby, speaks about the importance of uniting, and going out of one's way to prop up our local businesses and...

 
 By Rita Steinbeisser    News    April 1, 2020 

Sidney Health Center Prepares For COVID-19

Sidney, MT – Hospitals across the nation have been advised to plan for a patient surge based on the emerging cases of COVID-19 across the United States. Although there are no confirmed cases of...

 
 By Jeremy Smith    News    April 1, 2020 

Montana Navigator Can Help Those Who Lose Insurance Due To COVID-19

Montana residents who lose insurance due to the COVID-19 crisis are eligible for free assistance from a local non-profit agency, Montana Navigator. The agency receives federal funding to assist consumers with enrolling in Medicaid or in private...

 
 By Leslie Messer    News    April 1, 2020 

Governor Bullock Issues Stay at Home Directive to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

The directive asks Montanans to stay home to maximum extent possible except for essential activities and temporarily restricts all nonessential businesses and operations Montana – Governor Steve Bullock today issued a Directive requiring Montanans...

 

Montana FSA Makes Changes to Farm Loan, Disaster, Conservation & Safety Net Programs to Make it Easier for Customers to Conduct Business

Bozeman – USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) county offices are open in Montana by phone appointment only until further notice, and FSA staff are available to continue helping agricultural producers with program signups, loan servicing and other...

 

Coronavirus Concerns Prompt Ag Organizations To Urge Preventative Measures

A statement from Montana Farm Bureau and the Montana Agribusiness Association For the next two weeks and likely longer, steps are being taken throughout Montana to minimize the spread of the Coronavirus. Schools, government offices, and businesses...

 
 By Reagan Colyer    Ag Roundup    April 1, 2020 

MSU Research On Pest-Fighting Fungi Granted Patent For Biocontrol

BOZEMAN – Research conducted at one of Montana State University’s agricultural research centers was patented in January after the discovery of a group of unique fungi that may lead to strides in combating wheat stem sawfly and Hessian fly, two of...

 
 By Anne Cantrell    Ag Roundup    April 1, 2020 

MSU, Partners To Launch Website To Share Resources And Solutions For Farmers And Ranchers Under Stress

BOZEMAN - A group of individuals and organizations from across Montana, led by Montana State University Extension, are collaborating to provide resources and solutions for farmers and ranchers under...

 

USDA Announces More Than 3.4 Million Acres Selected for General Signup Conservation Reserve Program

Bozeman – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced the acceptance of more than 3.4 million acres in the general Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) signup recently completed, the first general signup enrollments since 2016. County offices wi...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    Ag Roundup    April 1, 2020 

Ler Family Continues More Than A Century Of Farming In Richland County

Even Ler homesteaded in what is now rural Savage in 1910 marking the beginning of more than a century of family farming, carried on now by grandsons, Matt and David Ler. Born and raised in Norway, Even Ler chased adventure to America in 1907, and...

 
 By Sanjay Talwani    News    April 1, 2020 

Public Targeted in COVID-19 Stimulus Scams

The Montana Department of Revenue is warning all Montanans to watch out for scams related to the recently announced federal stimulus package. With recent news of direct payments to Americans based on their 2018 or 2019 tax information, scammers are...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Governor Bullock Directs 14-Day Quarantine for Travelers Arriving in Montana From Another State or Country

MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today directed that travelers arriving from another state or country to Montana for non-work-related purposes undergo a 14-day self-quarantine. The Directive...

 

FWP closures at group-use sites include fishing piers

As a reminder to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing guidelines should be followed at all Fish, Wildlife & Parks sites. Keep your distance from fellow recreators. FWP has closed group-use sites. This includes all fishing piers...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    April 1, 2020 

Blood Drive Planned With Upmost Safety Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Donating blood saves lives. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the American Red Cross says there is still an urgent need for blood donations during this challenging time. Since the pandemic began,...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Richand County Commissioners Resolution Setting Department Closures and Operational Changes During the COVID-19 Outbreak

RESOLUTION NO. 2020-08 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF RICHLAND COUNTY, MONTANA, ADDRESSING OFFICE HOURS AND PHYSICAL OPERATION OF COUNTY OFFICES DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Richland...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Governor Bullock Increases Capacity to Transport Critical Supplies

Governor Steve Bullock today implemented actions to increase the ability of commercial motor carrier vehicles to ensure a supply of food, medical supplies, farm inputs and feed and hay during the COVID-19 emergency. The Directive is not in response...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Governor Bullock Waives CHIP Copays, Authorizes Continued Medicaid Coverage for Low-Income Montanans and Immediate Licensure for Out-of-State Health Care Providers

Governor Steve Bullock has announced measures to waive out-of-pocket copayments for low-income Montanans covered by Healthy Montana Kids, ensure Montanans covered by Medicaid won’t lose coverage for inability to pay premiums, and allow immediate re...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Governor Bullock Statement on the 3rd and 4th COVID-19 Deaths in Montana

Governor Steve Bullock today issued the following statement regarding two deaths of Montanans to COVID-19 in the state, making them the 3rd and 4th Montanans known to die from COVID-19. “Losing two more Montanans to COVID-19 is a blow to our...

 

Kay Price, 71, Sidney, MT

Services for Kay Price, 71, of Sidney may take place later in the summer. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com. Kay Lucille Price lost her...

 

Governor Bullock Announces Closures

To curtail the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Montana, Governor Steve Bullock announced measures to close dine-in food service and alcoholic beverage businesses and other activities that pose enhanced health risks, effective at 8 p.m. on Friday,...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    March 25, 2020

Roosevelt Medical Center COVID-19 Update

Roosevelt Medical Center is closely monitoring the Coronavirus pandemic. In response to this crises, RMC has activated its’ Incident Command Team in an effort to evaluate, pre-plan and mitigate...

 

Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center Available to Help

As we all continue to navigate COVID-19 together, please know Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center’s doors are open and we are here to provide service to the residents of Eastern Montana. Mental health and substance abuse services are...

 

Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission Meeting Postponed

The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission meeting, which was scheduled for March 27, has been postponed due to concerns about COVID-19, or coronavirus. The postponement is in response to Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s recommendations on social...

 

FWP To Temporarily Suspend Hunter, Bowhunter Ed Classes

Due to health concerns for students and volunteers, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is postponing all hunter and bowhunter education classes that are scheduled through March 30, at which point FWP will reassess the situation. COVID-19 cases have been...

 
 By Sanjay Talwani    News    March 25, 2020

MT Property Tax Relief Applications Due April 15

Montanans have through April 15 to apply for two programs that may reduce their property taxes. The Property Tax Assistance Program (PTAP) helps Montana property owners with low incomes. Those who qualify can get a 30, 50, or 80% reduction of the...

 

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