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President Biden said Friday that talks over his $3.5 trillion rebuilding plan have hit a "stalemate" in Congress, casting the road ahead as long and potentially cumbersome.
Wood Creek Academy, a 16-bed program for boys age 13 to 18 located outside Thompson Falls, will shut down Friday.
Most of the grant money will go directly to student stipends, which can cover anything from living expenses to internship costs.
In a press conference held at MontanaFair on Friday, Governor Greg Gianforte announced an expansion to the Build Montana program.
DPHHS is seeking federal permission to eliminate the continuous eligibility provision for Medicaid expansion at the direction of the Legislature.
Federal health officials will likely reject Montana’s request to include work requirements for beneficiaries of its Medicaid expansion program, which insures 100,000 low-income Montana adults, state officials said.
Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Wednesday allocation of over $35 million in coronavirus relief dollars.
Street said her coach's demands caused mental health issues and an eating disorder.
Our Savior Lutheran Preschool of Stevensville announced classes will tentatively begin September 7 for three-year-olds and September 8 for four's, depending on Stevensville's start date.
The new program incorporates behavioral sciences with a digital therapeutic component that interacts with users via text messaging, making support services available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
BOZEMAN — Two-year colleges in Montana are teaming up to provide a job site readiness certificate program for people interested in joining the construction trades as demand for workers in that field increases.
Missoula, Great Falls and Bozeman would have lost their designations as Metropolitan Statistical Areas under the proposed rule.
Chances are you have no use for that old clunky computer printer and fax machine from the early ’90s. “If it’s in the garage, there’s a 90% chance that your old CPU is not worth the time it would take you to bring it back up to speed for day-to-day use,” says organizing and storing expert Emma Gordon of Clutter.com. “It’s better to find a recycling program that can take it off your hands.”
Renters can get up to $2,200 per month for rent payments, up to $300 for past due and future utility bills and up to $50 per month for internet.
This week bureau chief Holly Michels talks about the Comprehensive School and Community Treatment Program, also known as CSCT.
Our Savior Lutheran Preschool of Stevensville announces classes will begin starting September 7 for three-year-olds and September 8 for fours.
How soon vaccines expire is a critical question as the Biden administration prepares to send tens of millions of unused COVID-19 doses abroad to help curb the pandemic.
While the impact and loss from the coronavirus pandemic across the country cannot be understated, its toll on Indian Country represented more — a direct threat to the preservation of Indigenous ways of life.
A new $23 million Fort Peck Wellness Center in Poplar that aims to address disparities in life expectancy among members of the Fort Peck Tribes has received funding through the federal New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) program, in addition to investment from the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes.
Each week, bureau reporters Seaborn Larson and Sam Wilson, along with deputy bureau chief Tom Kuglin, bureau chief Holly Michels and host Thom Bridge, will take their work off the printed and digital page.
There’s only so much that can fit into a report, and there’s always much more tell.
Rocky Vista University’s proposal to build a $50 million medical school in Billings has cleared a big hurdle with its approval from the American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation.
The package of nine bills Gianforte signed into law all passed with broad bipartisan support, a departure from recent sessions marked by bitter fights over funding priorities for infrastructure.