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1 Effort underway to support domestic violence victim charged with homicide
2 Lake Five Resort cited for permit violations
3 Agencies OK cleanup at grain elevator site
4 Statistics show domestic violence on the rise in Montana
5 Health officials: COVID cases linked to large events, indoor gatherings
6 Montana Opens Independent Public Health Institute | Montana News | US News
7 Southern Pine sells huge tract to wealthy Texas couple
8 Conservation groups near goal for Bad Rock Canyon purchase
9 Blood shortage prompts widespread call for donations
10 Don Bolles fellow Kianna Gardner discusses 2018's investigative project on hate crimes
11 Collins family finalizes large easement on Whitefish Lake
12 Study: Flathead, Whitefish lakes generate $3B in property value
13 Health officials want more Flathead residents to sign up for vaccine
14 Nurses union, hospital managers deadlocked on contract
15 Business owner, former pro athlete hopes for slam-dunk with Evergreen sidewalk project
16 Ten applicants vying for vacant Health Board seat
17 Logan Health: Kalispell Regional begins brand transformation
18 Study underscores economic significance of Montana hospitals
19 Report details how to combat invasion of feral pigs
20 Kalispell Regional employees, ski patrol save young skier
21 Physician perspectives: KRH doctors discuss virus' impact on hospital operations
22 Health department overwhelmed with vaccine requests
23 5000-plus doses of vaccine given in Flathead County
24 Forest considers recreation, guiding permits
25 Potter's Field pays $122K in owed wages to former ministry members
26 Justice-Requested Meth User Report Removed From Website | Montana News | US News
27 Local health experts attribute zero flu cases to social distancing, mask use
28 Board eyes retired health officer to fill position
29 Board OKs purchase of Flathead Lake access sites
30 Advocates say simple questionnaires could save domestic violence victims
31 North Valley Hospital: Board to consider name change
32 Lost Trail easement near Marion finalized
33 Brendan House reports no active COVID cases; reopens to admissions
34 UMPI releases dean's list for spring 2021
35 Flathead Food Bank buys Gateway Center space
36 Additional litigation involving bottling plant still possible
37 Hundreds of Montana veterans to be immunized in Kalispell
38 Groups launch fundraiser for Bad Rock project
39 Hospital unveils new name as Logan Health
40 Some Montana counties more successful than others with COVID compliance
41 Clinic hours will expand to meet vaccine demand
42 Warming Center's temporary location to open soon
43 Lawsuit expanded against Whitefish Care and Rehab
44 Vaccine recipients see shot as path back to normal
45 Group seeks amendment to Water Rights Protection Act
46 Glacier Park finalizes ticketed entry system
47 Domestic violence advocate seeks to have murder charge dismissed
48 Fuels reduction project planned for Tally Lake district
49 Negotiations for new health officer moving forward
50 County sued over asphalt plant permit decisions
51 Health department strained as COVID surges in Flathead
52 Kalispell long-term care facility sees 40 COVID cases
53 Potter's Field: State finds ministry owes former interns $120k in back pay
54 Kalispell Regional agrees to $4.2M fund for security breach
55 Somers Beach acquisition a step closer after vote from state board
56 New Direct Primary Care practice opens in Whitefish
57 Inter Lake sweeps newspaper column writing awards
58 New COVID testing platform at KRH boasts faster, more accurate results
59 United Way launches $4.2M campaign to help Gateway Center, partners
60 History of deficiencies documented at COVID-infected Whitefish care center
61 Sharpshooters could target Grand Canyon bison by 2021 under herd plan
62 Plans emerge to reopen Kalispell MudMan; wage claims still pending
63 Feds steer clear of BNSF suit against CARD clinic
64 County OKs Rose Crossing curve fix
65 Covid vaccines arrive at Kalispell Regional
66 7 million private acres available for 2020 hunting season
67 Details emerge about local positive COVID-19 cases
68 Dickey Lake chemical spill under investigation
69 Kalispell Regional Healthcare: Nurses union negotiations pick up steam
70 Health-care providers want fair downsized
71 Energy Keepers explains Flathead Lake level
72 All-Greater Rochester Spring 2021 Honorable Mention list
73 Flathead County switches to mail ballot for Nov. 3 election
74 Concert, rodeo big drivers of fair ticket sales
75 Montana Children's 'Toy Box' guarantees Christmas for patients
76 Commission to review proposal for Dayton fishing access site
77 Weather, car crash factors in holiday weekend congestion in Glacier
78 Fair carnival canceled amid COVID-19 concerns
79 FMU'S spring 2021 President's List and Dean's List | Local News | scnow.com
80 Montana Hospital Group to Pay $4.2M After Breach Lawsuit
81 Kalispell VA Clinic employee tests positive for COVID
82 Care center has history of deficiencies
83 Phillips County Fair likely contributed to COVID-19 outbreak along Hi-line
84 Attendees should expect fair to 'be different this year'
85 State adjusts COVID testing priorities to tackle wait times
86 Subdivision proposed east of Kalispell recommended for denial
87 Fair officials weigh options for rodeo, party pit
88 Social media: Where voices of hate find a place to preach – Center for Public Integrity
89 CONCERNS LINGER FOLLOWING RESIGNATION OF UNITED WAY'S LONGTIME EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
90 New weather stations enhance safety in the backcountry
91 Abortion, guns and public lands top of mind for some Flathead voters
92 New screening sites added in Col. Falls, West Glacier
93 Hospital eyes more Hi-Line acquisitions
94 Land near Somers donated for conservation easement
95 Pursuit to begin phased reopening of Glacier lodges, businesses
96 Flathead Lake expected to be at full pool by Monday
97 Fishing access site at Elmo to remain open
98 Bozeman man fined $500 for landing helicopter in the Bob
99 Timeline for Glacier reopening unclear
100 Whitefish woman wants to foster discussions about racial injustice