Missoula City Council turns to tech as government pushes forward during pandemic
Local governments over the past few weeks have scrambled for novel ways to conduct business, seeking out opinions from the Montana Attorney General while tapping new technology as a substitute for public gatherings.
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Community Physician Group adds telemedicine to primary, specialty care
Community Physician Group in Missoula this week added telemedicine to its primary and specialty care offerings, including its clinics in Lolo and Stevensville. The healthcare addition includes both telephone and video chats with a provide.
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Thousands of small business stimulus loans processed in Montana
Mountain Line looks to masks, route changes as pandemic plays on
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Drive-thru test center opens; practice ahead of potential surge in COVID cases
Clad in hospital gowns and protective masks, local healthcare workers opened Missoula's drive-thru test center on Tuesday and began screening patients for the COVID-19 virus. The health department launched the facility ahead of a potential surge in cases expected in the coming weeks.
Public land advocates protest growing influence of oil and gas
Yellowstone National Park: Genetic researchers pinpoint origin of Yellowstone's black wolves
Number of COVID-19 patients in Missoula County climbs to 24
Coronavirus claims first Missoula patient; statewide cases climb to 298
Voices: Wild Rockies files lawsuit to stop logging, burning in roadless area
Mike Garrity writes: "It’s unfortunate that we have to go to court to ensure that the Trump administration follows existing law. But we’re talking about the Rocky Mountain Front here, an area described as the American Serengeti because of its incredible wildlife."
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Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Anacondans believed arsenic-laden air protected city from Spanish flu
In late October and early November 1918, there was much conjecture about why the infection rates from the Spanish flu varied so much between one area of Montana and another. Papers around the state claimed “arsenic and sulfur fumes kill the influenza germs!”