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1 Flathead County Interim Public Health Officer to resign
2 Flathead Co. Public Health Officer discusses health order process
3 Flathead County Interim Health Officer to Resign
4 Joe Russell returning to head Flathead City-County Health Department
5 Health Department Says Flathead County at 'Critical Point in Fight Against COVID-19'
6 Coronavirus bears down on a small Montana town
7 The Politics of Public Health
8 Flathead Board of Health turns back new COVID-19 restrictions
9 County Health Officer Resigns Citing Lack of Support | Montana News | US News
10 Negotiations underway for new Flathead Co. Public Health Officer
11 Tighter COVID-19 restrictions again turned back again in Flathead Co.
12 COVID-19 runs rampant in Flathead Valley as politics derail health board
13 Kalispell schools navigating spike in Flathead County COVID-19 cases
14 Worker Exodus Could Leave Lasting Impacts On Public Health Services
15 Flathead health officials warn of 'super-spreader' events over Halloween weekend
16 Flathead judge denies preliminary injunction against businesses in mask dispute
17 Flathead County schools prepare for potential coronavirus cases
18 Montana's face-off over face masks, by Gwen Florio
19 Lawmakers OK bill giving elected officials power over health boards
20 Local Schools Report Low Rates of COVID-19 Infection Even as County Cases Rise
21 Flathead City-County Health Dept. increases staff
22 Divided Flathead Co. board looks to recruit new public health officer
23 Health-care providers want fair downsized
24 Out of retirement and into the fire
25 Flathead County reports additional COVID-19 related death
26 Flathead County confirms 3 additional COVID-19 related deaths
27 Governor Rolls Back Some COVID-19 Restrictions
28 Schools Take Different Approaches As COVID-19 Numbers Grow
29 Flathead County reaching 'critical' levels as COVID-19 cases continue to increase
30 73 additional COVID-19 cases reported in Flathead County
31 'We are struggling'
32 Flathead Health Department Can't Keep Up with Wave of New COVID-19 Cases
33 Flathead County Commissioners Issue Statement Deflecting Criticism as COVID-19 Spreads
34 Flathead County details recent COVID-19 related deaths
35 Four COVID-19 cases reported in Flathead County schools
36 Fairgrounds takes $535000 hit due to COVID
37 Flathead County, Whitefish to Consider New COVID-19 Restrictions
38 4 additional COVID-19 related deaths reported in Flathead County
39 Fair likely contributed to COVID-19 outbreak along Hi-line
40 Majestic Valley Arena Voluntarily Cancels Upcoming Events to Limit COVID Spread
41 Three additional deaths confirmed in Flathead County
42 Halloween activity concerns rise in Flathead Co.
43 Flathead County Reports Nine Additional COVID-19 Deaths
44 Flathead County Urges Businesses to Alter Services During Coronavirus Outbreak
45 Commissioners pick veterinarian for health board vacancy
46 Flathead County reporting 4th death from COVID-19
47 Flathead reports 9 more virus deaths
48 Health department will no longer alert all close contacts to COVID exposure
49 Yellowstone County: More COVID will lead to restrictions
50 Ten applicants vying for vacant Health Board seat
51 Health department strained as COVID surges in Flathead
52 2020 News in Review
53 Negotiations for new health officer moving forward
54 Montana Tribes Hard-Hit by Covid-19 Brace for Republican Takeover Miranda Green
55 Board of Health Declined to Address Proposed Countywide School Mask Mandate
56 A fair to remember: County fairs weigh risk of outbreak against financial ruin
57 Some Montana counties more successful than others with COVID compliance
58 Public alleges Health Board member's behavior 'reckless'
59 Bullock Puts Onus on County Leaders, Communities to Stop Spread of Virus
60 Shelter changes, stressed clinics, Statehouse planning: News from around our 50 states
61 Montana's pandemic year: The storm that would not be denied
62 West Glacier workers test positive, isolate
63 Montana Tech lists degree candidates
64 Warhill High to Graduate 262 in Saturday Ceremony