In Montana Human Rights Division v. City of Billings, 199 Mont. 434, 649 P.2d 1283, 1285 (1982), the Supreme Court ruled that certain personnel records could be closed, including matters related to family problems, health problems, employee evaluations, military records, IQ test results, prison records, drug and alcohol problems and information "most individuals would not willingly disclose publicly." 649 P.2d at 1287. See also 35 A.G. Op. 27, and 36 A.G. Op. 28.