Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, October 1
Governor Bullock chastises Montanans who don't seem to be taking the COVID 19 pandemic seriously enough, leading to higher infections numbers.
Missoula Paddleheads Hopeful as Minor League Contract Ends
The COVID 19 major league baseball season entered it’s abbreviated playoffs this week, and meanwhile the nearly 160 minor league teams are waiting and watching to see if their franchises will be continued, including our own Missoula Paddleheads.
Physician Warns that COVID plus Flu Could Overwhelm Hospitals
Joining Governor Steve Bullock during Wednesday’s press conference was Dr. Shelly Harkins, Chief Medical Officer at Helena’s St. Peter’s Medical Center.
Bullock says COVID Numbers Growing – Asks for Cooperation
In a press conference in Helena on Wednesday, Montana Governor Steve Bullock outlined the increase in COVID 19 numbers throughout the state, but six counties in particular, Missoula being one.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, September 30
Marijuana tax revenues could be in the tens of millions of dollars if voters approve the sale of recreational marijuana, according to a UM study.
Following Pendley Removal, Interior Department Responds
The Associated Press reported on Friday that a federal judge ruled that the Trump administration’s leading steward of public lands has been serving unlawfully and blocked him from continuing in the position.
Missoula Community Foundation to Issue Technology Grants
The Missoula Community Foundation recognizes the role that technology is playing in the lives of Missoulians, so they are accepting applications for small technology grants to individuals and groups that need them.