Lewis and Clark County, Montana Healthcare News

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12/6/2022 Local officials call for more support for behavioral health services from governor | dispatchist.com
Representatives of Helena and Lewis and Clark County law enforcement, municipal government and a nonprofit discussed efforts to combat behavioral and mental health crises with Gov. Greg Gianforte on Monday. Representatives of Helena and Lewis and Clark County law enforcement, municipal government and a nonprofit discussed efforts to combat behavioral ...
dispatchist.com
12/2/2022 Lewis and Clark County surpasses 200 Covid deaths
Lewis and Clark County has surpassed 200 Covid-19 deaths. Lewis and Clark Public Health confirmed the death occurred last week but did not disclose any information about the individual who died as a result of contracting the virus. As of Tuesday, 201 people in the county had died due ...
helenair.com
12/2/2022 Lewis and Clark County surpasses 200 Covid deaths | dispatchist.com
As of Tuesday, 201 people in the county had died due to Covid-19. " County Health Officer Drenda Niemann said local trends are showing the average age of those who die by COVID is 75 years.People are also reading‚A¶ Niemann said 54% of COVID deaths locally are men." Niemann ...
dispatchist.com
12/2/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 936 Cases, Three New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 936 Cases, Three New Deaths Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 319,023 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 936 new confirmed cases. There are currently 1,230 active cases in the state. According to ...
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11/29/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 989 Cases, 10 New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 989 Cases, 10 New Deaths Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 318,105 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 989 new confirmed cases. There are currently 1,250 active cases in the state. According to ...
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11/23/2022 MHP Trooper claims he was fired for seeking mental health resources
The Montana Department of Justice this week said it is investigating allegations by a former state trooper that he was fired after reaching out for assistance to handle his work-related post-traumatic stress disorder. Zach Miller alleged in a wrongful discharge lawsuit filed in Lewis and Clark County District ...
helenair.com
11/18/2022 A 'Shooting incident' at the Fort Harrison VA campus is under investigation
A 'Shooting incident' at the Fort Harrison VA campus is under investigation Montana VA officials say a ‚Aushooting incident‚Au at the Fort Harrison Medical Center, near Helena, Thursday morning is believed to be a death by suicide. According to a statement from the Montana VA, ‚AuPreliminary details indicate the ...
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11/17/2022 Fort Harrison secured after suspected suicide
The Fort Harrison VA Medical Center has been secured after someone died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the facility around 7:30 a.m. Thursday, officials reported. ‚AuCurrently, Fort Harrison VA Medical Center is safe and secure,‚Au a press release from the Montana VA says. ‚AuThe facility is open ...
helenair.com
11/15/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 830 Cases, Four New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 830 Cases, Four New Deaths Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - As of Monday morning, Montana has confirmed 316,251 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 830 new confirmed cases. There are currently 1,132 active cases in the state. According to ...
newstalkkgvo.com
11/9/2022 Payne takes early lead in Lewis and Clark County Commission race
Lewis and Clark County Commission hopeful Candace Payne took an early lead Tuesday over Curt Dallas, according to preliminary election results. The Montana Secretary of State's Office reported that Payne had 9,780 votes (58%) and Dallas had 7,105 (42%), with 31 of 33 precincts partially reporting. Additional ballots are still ...
helenair.com
11/1/2022 Dan Guzynski is best qualified candidate
I support Daniel Guzynski for Lewis and Clark County Attorney. I have known Dan for a number of years; he is an excellent lawyer, extensively experienced in the practice of criminal law. Dan served as a deputy Flathead and a deputy Cascade County attorney prosecuting all manner of misdemeanor and ...
helenair.com
10/28/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 727 Cases, Five New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 727 Cases, Five New Deaths As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 314,564 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 727 new confirmed cases. There are currently 985 active cases in the state. According to the Montana Department of Public ...
newstalkkgvo.com
10/27/2022 Lewis and Clark Public Health warns at-home COVID tests will expire
Lewis and Clark Public Health is advising that some COVID-19 at-home tests it provided to residents will expire on Oct. 31. People should look for the label containing the expiration date on the outside of the box. Do not use any expired at-home COVID-19 tests, health ...
helenair.com
10/26/2022 Christine Miller-Fitzpatrick, St. Peter's Health
For Christine Miller-Fitzpatrick, making a scary situation better for patients is the most rewarding part of her job as an EMT with St. Peter's Health Ambulance Service. In the 15 or 20 minutes it takes to get from the scene of an incident to the hospital, she said ...
helenair.com
10/26/2022 Helena Valley homeowners on wells encouraged to test water for arsenic and uranium | ABC Fox Montana Helena | montanarightnow.com
HELENA, Mont. - High arsenic values have been found in surface waters in the Tenmile Creek, Prickly Pear Creek and the Helena Valley irrigation canal. Levels exceed the drinking water standard, which could lead to various detrimental health conditions, Lewis and Clark Public Health warns. ‚AuThere are different sources of arsenic ...
montanarightnow.com
10/21/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 950 Cases, Three New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 950 Cases, Three New Deaths As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 313,809 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 950 new confirmed cases. There are currently 1,122 active cases in the state. According to the Montana Department of Public ...
newstalkkgvo.com
10/19/2022 Montana groups get $1.4M from Bremer Trust
Two Helena-based groups will receive a portion of the $1.4 million the Otto Bremer Trust is giving to Montana organizations, it was announced Tuesday. Shodair Children's Hospital will get $250,000 to help build a new hospital to provide pediatric and adolescent mental and behavioral health services. Helena-based Big ...
helenair.com
10/14/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 1,027 Cases, 11 New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 1,027 Cases, 11 New Deaths As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 312,863 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 1,027 new confirmed cases. There are currently 1,256 active cases in the state. According to the Montana Department of Public ...
newstalkkgvo.com
10/13/2022 Helena Valley man arrested on suspicion of child rape
A Helena Valley man has been charged with eight felony counts of sexual intercourse without consent, one felony count of sexual abuse of children and one felony count of sexual assault. Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested Thomas Earl Culpon, 23, at his home on the 600 block ...
helenair.com
10/8/2022 Helena speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Oct. 7, 2022
spotlight Helena speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Oct. 7, 2022 Oct 7, 2022 5 min ago Facebook WhatsApp SMS Print Copy article link Save Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Independent Record. 1 of 19 1 Protect babies: Vote yes on LR ...
helenair.com
10/7/2022 COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 1,099 Cases, 35 New Deaths
COVID-19 Weekly Update: Montana Adds 1,099 Cases, 35 New Deaths As of Friday morning, Montana has confirmed 311,830 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 1,099 new confirmed cases. There are currently 1,305 active cases in the state. According to the Montana Department of Public ...
newstalkkgvo.com
10/6/2022 Gov. Gianforte wraps up second annual 56 county tour
Governor Greg Gianforte wrapped up his second annual 56 county tour emphasizing the importance of active forest management in a press conference in Lewis and Clark County. Since launching the tour in March, the governor has met with Montanans in each of the state's 56 counties. ‚AuSitting down with ...
falloncountytimes.com
10/1/2022 Helena speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Sep. 30, 2022
spotlight Helena speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Sep. 30, 2022 Sep 30, 2022 26 min ago Facebook WhatsApp SMS Print Copy article link Save Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Independent Record. 1 of 29 1 Do nothing Rosendale Sep 29, 2022 ...
helenair.com
9/30/2022 Helena man who drowned at Spring Meadow Lake identified
The 29-year-old man who drowned at Spring Meadow Lake State Park was identified Thursday as Kyle Verley of Helena. He drowned about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday after he had been wading in the lake while carrying a toddler on his shoulders. They were in a deeper part of the ...
helenair.com
9/29/2022 Lewis and Clark Co. Sheriff ID's Spring Meadow Lake State Park drowning victim | ABC Fox Montana Helena | montanarightnow.com
UPDATE, SEPT. 29 Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton has identified the drowning victim as Kyle Verley, of Helena. Verley was taken for an autopsy in Missoula at the State Crime Lab and the manner of his death has been deemed accidental with the cause is reported to be ...
montanarightnow.com