GREAT FALLS, Mont. - While they continue prioritizing older adults, the Little Shell Tribe said it’s effectively in Phase 1B of its vaccination process, inviting members to sign up for the coronavirus vaccine in Great Falls.
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UPDATE 01/21/21 11:20 am: According to Benefis Hospital's website, all of today's open slots for the shot have been filled. Several viewers tell us all spots were filled within minutes of the link becoming active. The City/County Health Department shared the following message on their Facebook page:
GREAT FALLS - A small fire broke out in an attic on Sixth Avenue North in Great Falls Tuesday night.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Great Falls Police Chief David Bowen plans on retiring in three months, after about 30 years of service.
Another high wind event is expected, with a HIGH WIND WARNING tonight and early Wednesday from the Rocky Mountain Front to Great Falls south to Harlowton and Livingston.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Montana school districts are trying to decide whether the COVID19 vaccine should be required for employees. Right now Great Falls Public Schools don't plan to make their teachers get the shot anytime soon.
GREAT FALLS - People ages 70 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Cascade County.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Several events are taking place across the state today to honor Doctor Martin Luther King Junior during a time of heightened racial tensions. This comes after a year where the #BlackLivesMatter movement exploded, addressing several instances of racial injustice across America. Great Falls' University of Providence will not host their annual celebration of life due to the pandemic, but has planned a day of prayer for peace and justice. The Providence Tower bells will toll at 10 Monday morning and 5:05 p.m. to mark the time of his death in Tennessee in 1968. The University of Montana will also host a free virtual prayer service from 7:30 to 8:30 Monday morning. You can find more details at this link to the online event. In addition, MSUB is kicking off their 'Power of One Week' campaign with a bell ringing ceremony to honor Dr. King's life. School, local, and state leaders will deliver speeches and a student will perform 'Amazing Grace.' The event begins at 9:30 and will be streamed online. Organizers say the ceremony will symbolize the quest for peace, justice, human rights, social and economic progress for all.