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Gianforte announces 2 judicial vacancies, seeks applicants

Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Tuesday two District Court vacancies, one the retirement of a longstanding judge and the other a new bench funded by the state Legislature. For the second time since the new judicial appointment process was installed by the Legislature earlier this year, the Governor's Office solicited applications and nominations to fill the vacancies, this time in Yellowstone and Gallatin counties.
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City seeking legal opinion amid interim governing body

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - On Sept. 7, the Great Falls City Commission held a works session to discuss the memorandum of understanding (MOU) that would make the Cascade County Commissioners the interim body overseeing the county health department/board of health. In that meeting, they decided not to sign the MOU...
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Cascade County COVID numbers still high

Cascade County added 351 new COVID-19 cases over the last week, bringing the cumulative total to 11,470, of which 970 are currently active, according to the weekly update from the City-County Health Department. The county’s case rate for the last week is 61.6 per 100,000 and the positivity rate is...
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Malmstrom requiring face masks indoors regardless of vaccination status

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Malmstrom Air Force Base is requiring all personnel wear face masks indoors beginning Sept. 7 no matter their COVID-19 vaccination status due to rising COVID-19 cases in Cascade County and in Montana. Malmstrom raised their HPCON level from Alpha to Bravo confronting a moderate health concern...
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Cascade County lifts fire restrictions

Cascade County Commissioners voted 3-0 during a Sept. 2 special meeting to rescind all fire restrictions in the county. That takes things back to normal with the regular burn permit process in place. Brad Call, the county’s disaster and emergency services manager, had recommended removing Stage 2 restrictions and returning...
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County scheduled to meet Sept. 2 to discuss fire restrictions

County Commissioners are scheduled to meet Sept. 2 to consider adjusting the fire restrictions. Cascade County is currently under Stage 2 fire restrictions. After an Aug. 31 call with Great Falls Fire Rescue and rural fire departments in the county, “we feel it is time to adjust restrictions to the State 1 level, according to Brad Call, county Disaster and Emergency Services manager.
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CCHD talks about County Commission assuming interim authority over them

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - In a commission meeting, commissioners voted to adopt a memorandum of understanding, granting them interim authority over the Cascade City-County Health Department. "These are the steps we needed to take in regards to House Bill 121 and 257," said CCHD Health Officer, Trisha Gardner. It's like...
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County COVID cases, positivity rate remain steady, elevated

Cascade County added 285 new COVID-19 cases over the last week, according to the City-County Health Department’s weekly update. That includes 106 that were added on Aug. 25 to the state dashboard, bringing the county’s total to 10,671 and of those, 743 are active. On Aug. 26, the county added...
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