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  • Mental health services - and others - facing big budget cuts in Montana

    Mental health services - and others - facing big budget cuts in Montana

    The 2017 Legislature passed and Gov. Steve Bullock signed a law in May that outlines a series of specific budget cuts that will occur if revenue targets weren’t met by June 30.

    Among the mandated cuts are $3.85 million in state funds for case management for the mentally ill, over two years. Daly says it amounts to a 37 percent cut in case management, which helps mentally ill clients negotiate the services they need to stay in their communities.

    The 2017 Legislature passed and Gov. Steve Bullock signed a law in May that outlines a series of specific budget cuts that will occur if revenue targets weren’t met by June 30.

    Among the mandated cuts are $3.85 million in state funds for case management for the mentally ill, over two years. Daly says it amounts to a 37 percent cut in case management, which helps mentally ill clients negotiate the services they need to stay in their communities.

  • Doctor offers tips to lessen exposure as air quality worsens

    Doctor offers tips to lessen exposure as air quality worsens

    As air quality worsens due to all the wildfire smoke in our region, here are some good tips you can use to limit your exposure.

    There are certain populations of patients who are prone to develop respiratory problems, especially children, pregnant women,  and anybody with lower respiratory problems like asthma or COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).

    As air quality worsens due to all the wildfire smoke in our region, here are some good tips you can use to limit your exposure.

    There are certain populations of patients who are prone to develop respiratory problems, especially children, pregnant women,  and anybody with lower respiratory problems like asthma or COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).

  • Afternoon T-Storms Possible Bozeman

    Afternoon T-Storms Possible Bozeman

    Fire weather has been eased a bit with cooler temperatures, higher humidity and a few sprinkles this afternoon. There is a chance that a few thunderstorms could build by late afternoon to early evening. Updates on your Tuesday afternoon/evening forecast available with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.

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