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Teton County Novel Coronavirus Update
On 7/9/2020, the Teton County Health Department received notice from Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services (DPHHS) that 2 Teton County residents have tested positive for novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total number of laboratory-confirmed cases to 12. Th...
More Information Regarding Reopening of Montana
The office of the Governor has issued some additional directives as to the reopening of Montana. Download the directives HERE
2020 MHSA Spring Events Canceled
As you are aware, the Governor has issued a reopening plan for the state which included allowing local school districts to determine allowing in-person instruction on May 7th. Because of the previous MHSA Board action, resumption of spring activities depended on our student’s ability to return to in-person instruction without restrictions by May 4th and if in-person instruction didn’t resume by th
Montana: Reopening the Big Sky Phased Approach
See the Phased Approach (Click here to see the full document) Message from Governor Bullock: To my fellow Montanans: In times of crisis, Montanans have always pulled together, and this time has been no different. We have been aggressively managing the virus...
Conrad Public Schools Announcement
Conrad Public Schools & COVID-19 (#17) Conrad Students, Families, Stafff, and Community Members: At the April 14th regular Conrad Public School Board of Trustees meeting last night, a discussion was held on our District's plan for finishing out the 2019-2020 school year. 1t...
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Transferred to ICU as Condition Worsens
The U.K. Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has been moved to the Intensive Care Unit of a hospital in London, according to a report just in from Bloomberg News.
Toole County Situation Summary
· Currently there are 241 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Montana with 6 of those cases in Toole County. Daily updates on Montana cases can be found at the Montana Response website. Marias Medical Center (MMC) and Marias Heritage Center (MHC) Operational Updates · Visitor restrictions are still in place. No ...
Toole County Reports Additional COVID-19 Cases
Shelby, Mont - On Friday, April 3, 2020, Toole County Health Department (TCHD) received notice that four additional individuals have tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total for the county to twelve. “As this virus progresses through our community, it is of the utmost importance that people remain at home and follow CDC and Montana directives...
Covid-19 Concerns Montana Travel-Related Businesses and Travelers
MISSOULA – Nearly 94% of Montana’s travel-related businesses said they have been impacted by COVID-19, and 83% of Montana residents and visitors to the state are concerned about their personal health. This is according to surveys conducted March 11-27 by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana...
Governor Bullock to Bolster Food Security for Montana Families During Statewide COVID-19 Emergency
Actions will extend federal food assistance for more than 100,000 Montanans, increase food supply at food banks and streamline nutrition assistance for new mothers and children MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today announced that in the coming days and weeks, he will extend federal food assistance to more than 100,000 Montanans, increase food supplies at emergency food pantries and food banks,
Toole County Establishes Joint Information Center in Response to COVID-19
Shelby, Mont- The Toole County Health Department and Marias Medical Center has reached a level within COVID-19 response to establish a central point of contact for news media and interest parties to coordinate incident information activities within Toole County. ...
MSU Extension to offer weekly webinars about the coronavirus and its effects on the economy
BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension will offer several webinars that discuss economic effects from the current COVID-19 pandemic. The webinars will be offered from 2 to 3 p.m. each Thursday from April 2 until April 23. The courses will be presented by MSU Extension specialists and economists from the University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research and the Institute for Tour