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Statewide news from Montana Public Radio.

    Preliminary data show a 2.5% increase in public school enrollment in 2021

    Preliminary data show a 2.5% increase in public school enrollment in 2021

    Pandemic-related declines in public school enrollment are showing signs of reversing. Preliminary data released Tuesday by state education officials show public schools saw a 2.5 percent enrollment increase this fall over last.

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    More details released on dispute between Attorney General and St. Peter's Health

    More details released on dispute between Attorney General and St. Peter's Health

    The Montana State News Bureau first reported in October that St. Peter’s Health said three public officials harassed and threatened its providers when doctors declined a COVID-19 patient’s request for a treatment not authorized for use against COVID-19.

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    West Yellowstone ski festival canceled due to lack of snow

    West Yellowstone ski festival canceled due to lack of snow

    An annual West Yellowstone ski festival has been canceled for the first time in the event’s three decade history due to a lack of snow

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    COVID-19 booster shots are now available to all adults

    COVID-19 booster shots are now available to all adults

    Following the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s endorsement of COVID-19 booster shots for all fully vaccinated adults, state health officials say Montanans wanting a booster should have no trouble finding one.

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    Rosendale votes no on Build Back Better 'boondoggle'

    Rosendale votes no on Build Back Better 'boondoggle'

    A roughly $2 trillion social spending and climate plan passed out of the U.S House Friday, without the support of Montana’s lone congressman. The measure narrowly passed out of the U.S. House Friday morning on a near party-line vote of 220 to 213.

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    Conservation easement will preserve access, logging on 30,000 acres of forestland near Libby

    Conservation easement will preserve access, logging on 30,000 acres of forestland near Libby

    The Trust for Public Land says the working-forest conservation easement will allow for sustainable timber production, public access and recreation while ensuring protection of water quality and critical habitat.

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