Earlier this month Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte announced the state had ordered 650,000 rapid COVID-19 tests. Those test kits are now rolling in, and counties like Missoula are starting to announce distribution locations and times.
School counselor resigns amid investigation into alleged 'inappropriate relationship' with a former studentAccording to Manhattan School District officials, John Sillitti, a high-school counselor and coach, resigned on Jan. 5 amid an allegation he had an inappropriate relationship with a high-school student roughly 15 years ago.
The COVID-19 Omicron variant is forcing changes to contract tracing in the state. It's also amplifying staff shortages at hospitals.
This week, Lauren speaks with memoirist Danielle Geller, whose memoir, ‘Dog Flowers,’ is a book not only about her relationship to her late mother, absent for so much of her childhood, but about the strength and complexity of familial ties.
The American Library Association handed out nearly two dozen awards for kids' books this week. We look at some of the winners.
What do you get when you flood your body with the field recordings of recently extinct animals? This week during The Write Question, CAConrad, author of ‘AMANDA PARADISE: Resurrect Extinct Vibration,’ talks with Lauren about their writing processes: the (soma)tic poetry rituals that result in poetry that shimmers, surprises, and sears.
The monthly cash payments reached more than 61 million kids in December alone. Most low-income families spent the money on basic needs like food, clothing and utility bills.