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For several weeks, Montanans and residents of Gallatin County have collectively taken comfort that we have seen zero confirmed cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (Covid-19) close to home. To date, not a single case has been identified in Montana.

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In light of the social justice movements taking place across the country, professional athletes from multiple sports leagues took a stand against racial injustice on Wednesday, Aug. 26, as they refused to participate in scheduled games, using their national platforms to spotlight police brut…

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On Wednesday, April 22, Montana’s Governor Steve Bullock announced that Montana would begin the nation’s proposed phased reopening plan and lift the shelter in place order on Sunday, April 26. Montana’s rapid shutdown, which went into effect before its first confirmed case, helped the state …

Given the pile of classes, extracurriculars, and work that students face, it’s not shocking that more and more organizations on campus encourage students to practice “self-care” to avoid burnout. Since coming to MSU, I’ve heard students, administrators and staff speak about the importance of…

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When both doctors and defense attorneys requested that Ricky Nelson, a man convicted of gun possession, be granted a deferred sentence, prosecution and the judge denied the request. Nelson was exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, and was promptly taken from trial to jail in West Virginia on March 2…