Case statistics from the state health department and data from Google suggest social distancing and isolation measures are helping to flatten Montana’s coronavirus curve and also provide insight to how communities have mobilized in recent weeks since the start of the state’s outbreak.
The superintendent of Yellowstone National Park says it likely won’t reopen until May or later, delaying the start of its traditional summer season for millions of tourists because of the coronavirus outbreak
Flathead Valley residents enjoying the recent warm weather should brace themselves for a big change this weekend. Winter weather returns with a vengeance beginning Friday night as a cold front ushers in damaging winds, near-record cold and snow.
A man reportedly wanted to advise Whitefish Police Department that his ex-wife was angry with his current wife about the condition of their child’s hair, accusing him of child abuse. He thought she might make this claim to police, which he said was not true.
A recent quote attributed to the mayor and city manager of Whitefish: “The City has been made aware of a recent trend of individuals leaving areas with high concentrations of COVID-19 cases in order to ‘shelter in place’ in small communities such as ours. While Whitefish has always taken pride in being a welcoming and inclusive community, this trend presents a very real risk to our citizens.”
The need for cloth masks increases daily, especially following the recent update to the Centers for Disease Control’s coronavirus guidelines that states everyone should be wearing protection on their face outside of the home.
A plan to help in the battle against devastating wildfires creates fuel breaks 400 feet wide along nearly 1,000 miles of roads in southwestern Idaho and southeastern Oregon that will be tied into an existing fuel break system in northern Nevada