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BOZEMAN- Summer should be a stress-free time for parents and kids, but volunteer shortages at the Gallatin Valley Food Bank and across the region have made it hard from families in need to know where their next meal will come from.
With COVID cases up and kids getting ready to go back to school, hand sanitizer is something to put in the kid's backpack but, which one is the right one and which one to steer clear of?
BOZEMAN- Three different communities are coming together to plan out a fast-growing area of diverse land in Gallatin County to anticipate what the growing area will look like in the near future.
BILLINGS- The Salvation Army of Billings is offering assistance for kids going back to school. The "Back to School" and "Dress a Child" programs help with school supplies and clothing.
BOZEMAN- Bozeman Public Schools Superintendent Bob Connors announced a blended learning plan for students returning to school on Aug. 31, 2020.
MISSOULA - Montana and wildfire season go hand in hand, and while we haven't seen many evacuations so far this season have you thought about if one was threatening your home, would you be ready to evacuate?
BOZEMAN - Bridger Bowl season passes are on sale online now with monthly payment plans available as part of Bridger Bowl’s COVID-19 commitment.
BILLINGS- The Veteran's Meat Locker is giving away food to veterans this Saturday, August 1, from 11-2 at Miller's Horse Palace in Billings. Veterans can receive meat from Montana ranchers and hunters, as well as produce grown in community gardens. Phillips 66 is also providing lunch for the…
STEVENSVILLE - Right now, one Montana town is doing what they can to reinforce best practices and help businesses operate in a COVID-19 world.
UPDATE: The victim of the fatal plane crash in the Madison Range east of Ennis has been identified as 52-year-old Brandon Hogan of Helena.
BOZEMAN - To keep the tradition alive, the Downtown Bozeman Association continued with its 20th annual Music on Main summer concert series on Facebook Live and will host their last concert of the year at 7 p.m. on July 30, 2020.
BILLINGS- A walk is planned for Thursday, July 30, as part of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. It will begin on the Yellowstone County Courthouse lawn at 5:30 p.m. Organizers say sexual exploitation of children has increased exponentially during the COVID-19 period.
BOZEMAN- A $500,000 donation from commonFont, a technology services company headquartered in Bozeman, will help support the Bozeman Human Resource Development Council’s new Griffin Place to better address hunger and homelessness in the community.
BOZEMAN- Work on existing water lines and stormwater systems will begin on West Babcock Street between South 19th Avenue and South 15th Avenue starting Wednesday, July 29, 2020.
BOZEMAN- First Choice Home Health held a roundtable meeting with Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney on July 28, 2020, discussing plans to become the first facility in Montana to offer a remote patient management apprenticeship.