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8th annual PARKing day turns parking space downtown into mini-park

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - September 17 marks the 8th annual PARKing day in downtown Great Falls where parks literally meet the pavement. The day is designed to create a green area downtown. The park includes a table, chairs, benches, trees, and more. The Business Improvement District says it draws people...
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COVID-19 test results taking longer amid rise in cases

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - As COVID-19 cases continue to rise throughout the state, the community of Great Falls is seeing a dramatic increase in those wanting and needing to get testing. Montana Right Now spoke with Alluvion Health and they are seeing over 600 tests in their drive-thru clinic; That...
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Great Falls school moves to remote learning

Town Crier “Briefs from the Region” (2) – 9/15/21. Great Falls High School reverted to remote learning beginning Mon. Sept. 13 after 35 students and teachers tested positive for COVID-19. They plan to return to in-person learning on Monday, Sept. 20 after quarantining. They have also begun disinfecting 40 classrooms. Plains High School in Sanders County and Rocky Boy Public Schools have also moved to remote learning due to COVID-19 outbreaks on campus.
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Work to improve part of River’s Edge Trail starting Wednesday

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Trail improvement work is starting on a portion of the River’s Edge Trail starting Sept. 15. The “River Drive North Trail Improvements Project” is anticipated to start Wednesday, Sept. 15 and finish by Oct. 28, weather permitting. The existing asphalt trail will be replaced with a...
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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.