The Montana State News Bureau first reported in October that St. Peter’s Health said three public officials harassed and threatened its providers when doctors declined a COVID-19 patient’s request for a treatment not authorized for use against COVID-19.
Pandemic-related declines in public school enrollment are showing signs of reversing. Preliminary data released Tuesday by state education officials show public schools saw a 2.5 percent enrollment increase this fall over last.
An annual West Yellowstone ski festival has been canceled for the first time in the event’s three decade history due to a lack of snow
Following the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s endorsement of COVID-19 booster shots for all fully vaccinated adults, state health officials say Montanans wanting a booster should have no trouble finding one.
As the name suggests, Wasp Mantisflies look a lot like a wasp, but they have the head and front legs of a mantis.
This week’s guest is Doug Chabot, director of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center. He’s put up new climbing routes around the world, rescued countless stranded mountain travelers and built an invaluable community resource at the Avalanche Center.
Service dogs have long helped veterans with vision or mobility problems. Now the PAWS Veterans Therapy Act will help connect specially trained dogs to some veterans with symptoms of traumatic stress.
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