The outlook in early April was bleak as the University of Montana Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research conducted surveys of travel and tourism related businesses throughout the state regarding the COVID 19 pandemic
The rabbi shared some great wisdom and insight during the midst of this coronavirus crisis. He also told us about a letter that he penned for his two year old little girl, so that one day she can look back on this Passover and know what her father learned amidst the sacrifice and the turmoil.
A Canadian company has started construction on the long-stalled Keystone XL oil sands pipeline despite calls from tribal leaders and environmentalists to delay the $8 billion project amid the coronavirus pandemic.
We may not necessarily be able to refer to it as good news, but it is certainly better news for Montana when it comes to the COVID-19 fight. New numbers not only predict a lower death rate, but they also suggest that Montana hospitals could avoid being overwhelmed by patients.
Montana's health department is concerned that the decline in the number of calls to the child abuse hotline since schools closed due to the coronavirus might be masking the danger that children are in.