Valley Journal
Valley Journal

This Week’s e-Edition

Current Events

Latest Headlines

What's New?

Send us your news items.

NOTE: All submissions are subject to our Submission Guidelines.

Announcement Forms

Use these forms to send us announcements.

Birth Announcement

Articles with the Tag: COVID-19

After 72 hours of negotiating improvements, Tester votes to deliver critical relief for Montana workers, families, businesses, hospitals

News from Senator Jon Tester  MONTANA – After 72 hours negotiating substantial, bipartisan improvements to COVID-19 stimulus legislation that had previously fallen far short, U.S. Senator Jon Tester voted (March 25) to deliver critical, urgent relief to Montana workers, families, small business...

Stay at home' adjustment tips for parents, children

COVID-19 presents challenges well beyond the obvious health concerns. Many adults are working from home or home dealing with the stress of unemployment. Many now have the added duty of around the clock childcare, no small task in ordinary times. Now, with the “stay at home” directive, there are t...

Voters encouraged to register for absentee ballot

News from the Lake County Election Administrator Katie Harding LAKE COUNTY – With COVID-19, the Lake County Election Office is recommendingvoters sign up for an absentee ballot for the Federal Primary Election to be held on June 2. This request is due to social distancing, quarantines and limitati...

SBA approves request for emergency small business loans

News from the Office  of the Governor  MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today, March 20, announced that small businesses across Montana impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are now eligible to apply for emergency loans through the Small Business Administration. “We are ...

 Bullock announces uninsured Montanans to receive coverage for COVID-19 testing, treatment

News from the office of Montana Governor Steve Bullock MONTANA — Governor Steve Bullock today announced that uninsured Montanans, who receive a recommendation from a provider, will be eligible to receive coverage for COVID-19 testing and treatment.  “This is a significant step in con...

Boys and Girls Club temporarily closed

News from Aric Cooksley, Boys and Girls Club executive director   Due to school closures and social distancing, the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County and the Flathead Reservation is closed. We have stepped forward to provide community families with grab and go evening meals for their children and a...

Ben there, Done that

By now, the chances that you haven’t heard about the COVID-19 virus are nearly zero. This new strain of coronavirus emerged from Wuhan, China, and has now reached many of the countries around the world, including Europe. Being in Switzerland, not far from northern Italy where the virus entered the cont...

District Court makes changes to reduce spread of COVID-19

POLSON – The 20th Judicial District Court in Lake County put out a notice to attorneys on March 17 with guidelines concerning how to proceed with cases as the COVID-19 virus spreads.   The administrative order from District Court Judge James Manley states the COVID-19 virus is expected to conti...

To-go meals served up Thursday at Soups On

News from SoupsOn POLSON — Hot soup and all the lunch trimmings coming up. SoupsOn will be serving lunch on Thursday, March 26, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the JourneyBe, 101 Seventh Ave. W. Meals will be prepared to-go style, and as always, are available at no charge. Donations of non-perishable food ...

St. Luke Convenient Care offers curb-side screening

News from St. Luke Community Healthcare By now you are likely well aware of the Novel Coronavirus and the corresponding COVID-19 illness. You may be concerned or anxious about how this virus could affect your health, or the health of those near and dear to you. This is a completely understandable reacti...

Sponsored by: