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Missoula County Wins $50,000 Grant to Help Native American Jail Population

Missoula County and the Missoula County Sheriff’s office was recently awarded a $50,000 grant

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Montana Deploys First Episode Psychosis Program to Better Handle Detection and Recovery From Psychosis

The State of Montana is adjusting the way it uses a $263,000 mental health block grant from the federal Government to better address the issue of psychosis in young people.

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Montana Receives $1.3 Million Grant To Expand the Montana Registered Apprenticeship Program

Last week, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced that a new grant was awarded to fund Montana businesses in an effort to expand apprenticeship programs.

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Photo courtesy of Joe Raedle/Getty Images
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UM Lands $1.8 Million Grant, Hopes To Improve Health Care For Children In Montana

The School of Public and Community Health Sciences at the University of Montana recently was awarded a $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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Lolo Public Schools Receive Funding For A Full Time Nurse Position

Students at Lolo Public Schools started the school year without a full time nurse on staff due to a lack of funding.

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Hamilton’s Community Health Clinic Receives More Funds

Another grant comes to Hamilton.

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Western Montana Receives Funding For Fisheries Improvement Projects

The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission recently approved almost $250,000 in funding for ten projects that will improve Montana fisheries.

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UM Researchers Receive Multiple Grants to Study Impacts of Fire

The University of Montana’s College of Forestry and Conservation has been the recipient of at least five grants this year pertaining to a wide variety of studies...

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Photo Courtesy of Jon King
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UM Professors Push For State-Based Grants for Students

As the University of Montana struggles with budget cuts and layoffs, a group called the UM Advocacy Coalition is urging the State of Montana to find a better way to fund its universities.

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UM Receives $435,000 Grant To Continue Elk Study

University of Montana Professor Mark Hebblewhite recently received a $435,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue the world’s longest running elk study.

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