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 News    July 1, 2020 

FLAGS ON MAIN STREET

Thank you to 1st Security Bank for their $800 and the Roundup Record Tribune for their $500 donations for our Main Street Flag Project. The Roundup Chamber of Commerce and these donating members were...

 
 News    July 1, 2020 

MDT

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 News    July 1, 2020 

MSF EXTENDS PREMIUM DEFERRAL THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2020

HELENA, MT—In April, Montana State Fund (MSF), the state’s largest workers’ compensation insurance company, announced a program to allow policyholders impacted by COVID-19 the flexibility to defer premium payments on their workers...

 
 News    July 1, 2020 

Trump Administration Praises MT Water Rights Protection Act as Creating Jobs, Protecting Farmers and Ranchers From $1.3 billion in costs

(Helena, Mont.)—At a hearing this afternoon Senator Steve Daines presented his Montana Water Rights Protection Act to the members of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. The legislation, which is co-sponsored by Senator Jon Tester, will define the...

 
 News    July 1, 2020 

The BLM Asks Public for Help in Preventing Human-Caused Wildfires

BOISE, ID – The arrival of vacation season and increasing wildfire activity with hot, dry summer weather in the West is prompting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to ask the public to help prevent wildland fires, the majority of which are...

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!

Meals on Wheels.. Golden Thinble.. Musselshell Museum.. Senior Kitchen.. Volunteers needed for these positions. We cannot keep these services going without your help. These services are very important to our community and our Senior Citizens....

 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AWARDS MORE THAN $2.3 MILLION TO HIRE 16 NEW LAW ENFORCEMENT POSITIONS IN MONTANA

WASHINGTON – The Department of Justice today announced more than $2.3 million in grant awards for Montana as part of nearly $400 million in grant funding through the Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) COPS...

 

Reminder: Income Taxes Due July 15

As Montanans look forward to summer, the Montana De¬partment of Revenue has a re¬minder: Federal and state in-come taxes are due July 15. “Montanans have handled a lot in these past few months, so I thank all those who have already filed their...

 

Musselshell County USDA Service Center Open for In-Office Visitors by Appointment

Roundup, MT, June 15, 2020 — Customers of the Musselshell County USDA Service Center may now conduct business in person in the office by appoint¬ment only. Visitors will be pre-screened based on health concerns or recent travel and must adhere to...

 

Abnormally Warm Weather During Last Week of May Causes Rapid Snowmelt

BOZEMAN, The June 1 Water Supply Outlook Report, released by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), highlights the weather patterns which occurred during the month of May, which ranged from cool and wet to anomalously warm and dry....

 

Montana State Students Named to Spring Semester 2020 Honor Rolls

The 2,439 students with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester were named to the President's List. An asterisk follows their names below. The Dean's List includes the 4,067 students earning grade point averages of 3.5 or higher for the...

 

Road Construction

KLE Construction, LLC Reference: Phase 5 Water System Improvemnts KLE Construction, LLC. will be working in the street right of way. Parking in front of business may be limited during time of...

 

MSU-Northern Announces Modified Schedule for Fall 2020

Montana State University-Northern has developed and approved a modified schedule for the fall 2020 semester that will include face-to-face lectures and labs and also ensure that students will not be expected to be on campus after Thanksgiving break....

 

MSU Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Classify Yellowstone Microorganisms

By Reagan Colyer, MSU News Service BOZEMAN — A pair of researchers in the Montana State University College of Agriculture received a grant from the National Science Foundation last month that will help advance the understanding of microorganisms...

 

2020 Nelson Kemmer Memorial Scholarship Awarded

The recipient of the Nelson Kemmer Memorial Scholarship from the Roundup High School graduating class of 2020 is Chloe Jayne Cota. Chloe excelled at RHS and graduated as Valedictorian of her class. The Nelson Kemmer Memorial Scholarship committee...

 

State Officials Encourage Safe Handling of Live Poultry

Raising backyard poultry has become an increasingly popular activity in Montana. Spring is a common season to purchase and begin raising young birds, and there are many feed stores in Montana that sell chicks and ducks. While there are benefits to...

 

Trump Campaign says Ticket Requests for Oklahoma Rally Surpass 800,000

By Ryan Lovelace - The Washington Times - Sunday, June 14, 2020 Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said Sunday that several hundred thousand people have requested tickets for President Trump’s looming Oklahoma rally, while some public health...

 

Wheaton College (Ill.) Student John Colson Inducted into Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society at Honors Convocation

WHEATON, IL (06/05/2020)-- Wheaton College (Ill.) student John Colson of Ryegate, Montana, was recently inducted into the Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society. This honor was announced at Wheaton College's Honors Convocation ceremony. Sigma Tau...

 

Hello Roundup and Surrounding Communities

The Roundup Chamber of Commerce has made the difficult decision to cancel the July 4th parade. Like with RIDE, there were too many rules and regulations set by the Central Montana Health District that had to be followed and observed to make the parad...

 

Results From the June 2, 2020 Primary Election

Musselshell County Republican Party Ballot President Votes Cast Donald J Trump 1578 No Preference 43 US Senator Steve Daines 1458 John Driscoll 96 Daniel Larson 78 US Representative Joe Dooling 94 John Evankovich 24 Debra Lamm 102 Mark McGinley 36...

 

University of Providence Returns to Campus this Fall

GREAT FALLS, MONTANA- The University of Providence plans to welcome students to campus for the fall 2020 semester. Fall semester is scheduled to begin on August 24 for all students in on-campus programs, and students in distance education programs th...

 

Secretary Perdue Statement on Ninth Circuit Dicamba Decision

(Washington, D.C., June 4, 2020) –U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today issued the following statement on the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision to vacate Dicamba registrations: “Producers need all the tools in...

 

MSU Geologist Devon Orme Wins National Science Foundation CAREER Award

By Rachel Hergett, MSU News Service BOZEMAN — When Devon Orme looks at a mountain range, she sees more than its towering beauty. She thinks about how it formed, the unseen forces that built it and the rocks making up its slopes. She sees a slow...

 

DAWSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANNOUNCES FALL SEMESTER WILL CONTINUE AS SCHEDULED

GLENDIVE, MONT. – June 3, 2020 – Dawson Community College is pleased to announce the 2020 Fall Semester will not be shortened, and on-campus and online classes will continue as scheduled. DCC has decided to hold the 2020 Fall semester as...

 

MSU Researchers Conduct Research to Better Understand Why Young Adults Choose to Move to Rural Montana

By Anne Cantrell, MSU News Service BOZEMAN — It’s common to hear about young adults choosing not to live in rural Montana, but what often goes undiscussed are the reasons young adults do choose to move to rural parts of the state, according to...

 

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