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HELENA – Governor and First Lady Bullock today announced that $100,000 from private funders will be made available to Montana schools statewide to implement Breakfast after the Bell. The announcement was made during the Governor and First Lady’s visit to Kessler Elementary School.   The school recently implemented a breakfast in the classroom program.  The funds announced today mark the fourth round of Breakfast after the Bell grants that have been made available to schools during the Bullock administration.

Friday, February 5, 2016/Categories: Governor's Office/Tags:

HELENA, MT – Today Governor Steve Bullock was joined by Sheila Hogan, Director of the Department of Administration and Dan Villa, Budget Director to highlight millions of taxpayer dollars saved and advancements in health outcomes resulting from innovative changes to the Montana State Employee Health Plan.

Montana’s Unemployment Rate at 4.0 Percent in December

HELENA – Montana’s unemployment rate declined slightly by one-tenth of a percent to 4.0% in December.  Montana’s unemployment rate has been hovering around 4.0% for most of 2015. 




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