Many parents have now been forced to become home schoolers for the first time. On top of that, with schools shut down but many parents are still forced to work their day jobs- what do they for child care? What do the nurses and the doctors who are now working overtime to prepare for the coronavirus …
Roundup, Montana. It's "the everything town in the middle of nowhere," according to the headline at TheVerge.com in an interesting piece posted last November. "How the tiny town of Roundup, Montana, became a hub in Amazon’s supply chain."
You're probably in the same boat as the rest of us. With schools cancelled for at least 2 weeks here in Montana, you're wondering how best to help your kids learn in the meantime. Plus, you want to be prepared in case the shutdown goes on even longer. Luckily, we have a list of some great …
I spoke with one Albertsons store manager in Billings who said he can confirm that they are indeed hiring "on the spot." The store manager couldn't speak for other locations across Montana, but confirmed that all of the Billings stores are looking to fill several positions.
Brooke told us how the best part of her day is when parents say that the music helped put a smile on their child's face for the first time in a long time. But then she told us how she combines music with the child's very own heartbeat.
Evelyn Pyburn with The Big Sky Business Journal and I were chatting about this earlier in the week. It really sounds like a win-win. High school students here in Montana can get college credits while still in high school, and they save time and money down the road.
We also asked Dr. Sears if the media is over-hyping the virus and creating a panic. Plus, should you attend big sporting events like the state basketball tournaments here in Montana? Check out his response, and the audio of our full conversation by clicking below: