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MDT issues new load posting for Smith River Bridge

The Montana Department of Transportation recently issued a new load posting for the Smith River Bridge, five miles southeast of Ulm, on Milligan Road, in Cascade County. The posting is part of a multi-year effort to update load ratings and postings on Montana bridges as mandated by the Federal Highway Administration, according to MDT.
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Mountain lion spotted in Black Eagle

BLACK EAGLE, Mont. - The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) posted a video to their Facebook page Tuesday, warning of a mountain lion spotted in Black Eagle. CCSO says deputies have reports of the predator being spotted outside the Loenbro. If you do see the large cat, you should...
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Peace Officers Memorial Day

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed this week National Police Week and May 15th Peace Officers Memorial Day. Throughout this week we take the time to celebrate the Deputies at the Cascade County Sheriff's Office, our brothers and sisters at the Great Falls Police Department, and all Law Enforcement Officers across the Nation. We also take the time to remember the heroes that gave their lives for this community. - Sheriff Jesse Slaughter.
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CCSO creating new crime analyst position

The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has created a new crime prevention analyst position and been awarded a $215,000 grant to fund the position. This week, County Commissioners approved the grant from the Montana State Homeland Security Program for local program development. Sheriff Jesse Slaughter said it’s a two-year grant...
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More Avian Influenza cases in birds detected in Cascade County

The following is a press release from the Cascade City-County Health Department:. Great Falls, MT — In early April, Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI), commonly known as bird flu, was detected in a commercial poultry flock in Cascade County. The exposed animals were culled and safely disposed of. HPAI has since been confirmed in several additional birds. The affected birds were wild or feral geese, a duck, and a great horned owl, all located in or near to Great Falls.
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Bird flu detected in more birds in Cascade County

Bird flu has been confirmed in more bids in Cascade County. In April, highly pathogenic avian influenza, or bird flu, was detected in a commercial poultry flock in Cascade County. The exposed birds were culled and disposed of, according to the City-County Health Department. Since then, bird flu has been...
CASCADE COUNTY, MT
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Avian flu confirmed in Cascade Co. flock

MISSOULA, Mont. — Cascade County reports avian influenza was detected in a commercial poultry flock in early April. It is Montana's first case of avian influenza reported in a commercial flock. Since then, several birds, including a duck, a great horned owl and wild or feral geese in Great...
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The Radical Left is Targeting a Montana Sheriff

The radical Left is targeting a Montana sheriff for his pro-Constitution views. Cascade County Sheriff Jesse Slaughter recently announced that he was leaving the Democrat Party due to their extreme positions. As a result, he is now being targeted by a Left-wing hate group in Montana known as the Montana Human Rights Network.
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County accepts bid for CCSO body cameras

County Commissioners voted unanimously during their May 10 meeting to accept a $225,909 bid for body worn cameras for the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office. The county received three bids, from WatchGuard/Motorola, Axon and Utility. The county reviewed and scored the proposals with WatchGuard/Motorola scoring the highest. WatchGuard/Motorola is the...
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City, county begin budget discussions for Fiscal Year 2023

Pandemic-era local tax breaks are out and inflation is up. Both city and county commissions met this week to hold preliminary budget discussions with the start of the 2023 fiscal year on July 1. Both bodies have held discussions with staff regarding budget needs in the upcoming year and each discussed how rising inflation would affect budgets in every department. Final decisions on the budget will be decided closer to the end of the fiscal year in...
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County looks at improving JDC education services

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The Great Falls Public School District (GFPS) and Cascade County Commissioners have been partnering together to bring education to the Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) for years, and this week, they revamped what that partnership looks like. In the past, there have been two teachers employed at...
GREAT FALLS, MT