Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, February 15
Press conference sheds more light on the possible lifting of some COVID 19 restrictions, according to Incident Commander Cindy Farr.
The Federal Pharmacy Program is slowly advancing in Montana, but it is not known if the pharmacies have any vaccines yet.
During the recent bitter cold snap, residents of the Temporary Safe Outdoor Space tent shelter refused indoor lodging, stating that they felt more 'safe and secure' at the TSOS.
An 80 percent chance of more light snow in western Montana today, with highs near freezing, which could lead to black ice conditions. There is a Winter Weather Advisory until noon on Tuesday.
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