Montana Morning State News headlines Tuesday, August 24
Missoula City County Health Department is responding to FDA approval of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and urging lawmakers to review HB 702 which bans mandatory vaccinations.
Lifeguard Group visits Talk Back and shares stories of victims of human trafficking, while providing an update on a shelter for victims of trafficking.
Missoula police arrest a man for kidnapping and placing a gun in his victim’s mouth. Kenneth Standingrock has been charged with kidnapping, assault and criminal intimidation.
Sunny and mild in western Montana today, with peaks in the mid-1970s, but there is an early frost warning Tuesday morning for the Missoula and Bitterroot valleys.
WATCH: Here are the best lakeside towns to live in
Most of the cities included jump out to casual observers as popular summer rental spots – Branson of the Ozarks, Missouri, or Lake Havasu in Arizona – it might surprise you to dive deeper into some of the quality of life offerings in the area. beyond the beach and vacation homes. You will likely gain knowledge in a wide range of Americana: one of the last 1950s-style drive-ins in the Midwest; a town in Florida that started out as a retreat for Civil War veterans; an island home to some of the best public schools in the country and the rich right in the middle of a lake between Seattle and Bellevue; and even a Californian town containing much more than the blues of Johnny Cash’s prison.