Do you have shoes in your closet, or your garage, or laying around the house that you don't even wear anymore? Or, do you have some run down shoes that you want to get rid of? They may seem like worn out shoes to you here in Montana, but in a third world country- they could be a game changer.
Has there been a problem with too many people packing into the gyms at midnight? Apparently not, as the World Health Organization has now issued new guidelines encouraging people to exercise more in the midst of COVID-19.
Here's a question I received a couple of times already concerning mail-in elections here in Montana. What if someone voted early, but later decided that they wanted to change their vote? Could they go into the election office and get a new ballot and change their vote?
Yellowstone County Health Officer John Felton is walking back the 50% capacity limits ordered for churches earlier this week. Monday's announcement allowed for restaurants, bars, and casinos to operate at 75% capacity, but would have forced churches to operate at 50% capacity.
"In 1908, Sheriff Webb was shot and killed while trying to arrest William C. Bickford for the theft of horses in Wyoming...At the time, this was the largest crowd ever assembled for a funeral in Eastern Montana."