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Gallatin County has the first two confirmed cases of influenza in Montana this season. The Gallatin City-County Health Department says the cases were confirmed in two adolescent boys. City-County health officer Matt Kelley is encouraging residents to
A Shawneetown man has been jailed on class-3 felony charges that he stole a large collection of Lego building blocks from a home in Omaha, Ill...Robinson, 33, is charged with the theft of a collection of Lego blocks from Patrick Webb residence.
Farmers in Gallatin County are eligible for federal disaster assistance after an Aug. 1 hailstorm caused up to $50 million in crop losses...Department of Agriculture declared the county a disaster area on Wednesday after the storm caused crop losses
Provisions buried in the new Wisconsin budget dramatically expanded the state's ability to claim dead couples' joint property, such as Green Bay Packers tickets or the family farm, to recoup Medicaid expenses even if the assets are protected in
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has requested a national disaster designation for agriculture damage from a hail storm in Gallatin County this month. Bullock sent the request to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Tuesday, saying the Aug. 1 storm caused at
51 a.m. , updated June 13, 2013 at 11:51 a.m. Med Force EMS, an Eldorado, Ill.-based ambulance service, has been contracted to provide emergency medical service for Gallatin County. The two-year contract was approved by the Gallatin County board on
Pope County got on the board in the first inning behind a RBI double by Travis Thompson. Gallatin responded in the fourth after a lead-off walk to Wes McGuire, fellow Senior Daine Hish launched a 2-run shot well over the right field fence to give the
Part of that speech was a proposed winning streak he wanted his team to go on and not see come to an end for six more games. Harrisburg got off on the right foot, pounding out 21 hits in a 17-0 victory over Hamilton County. Justin Younger paced the
Carrier Mills falls to Hardin Co.; Gallatin Co. gets by Webber Township Hawks set to travel to Thompsonville Tuesday Carrier Mills lost 12-3 to Hardin County in prep baseball action Monday as Josh Bailey took the loss, going the distance.
Ryne Roper homered for the third time in the last four games and tossed five scoreless innings, helping Harrisburg cruise to an 11-0 win in six innings at Murphysboro Friday afternoon. Roper struck out six and didn't allow a walk as he picked up his