Coronavirus Relief

A welcome sign for Crow Country.
Olivia Reingold / Yellowstone Public Radio

The U.S. Treasury Department says it will begin distributing billions in coronavirus relief funding to tribes. The announcement Tuesday comes more than a week after a congressional deadline to get $8 billion to tribal governments.

Public comments on how the relief funds should be distributed throughout the state.
Montana Department of Commerce

A council of city, county and business leaders appointed by Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is recommending the state allocate its $1.25 billion in federal relief money into three categories of state and local governments, economic assistance and unforeseen impacts.