Sheriff Meier Announces Retirement
Valley County Sheriff Glen Meier formally announced his retirement to the Valley County Commissioners on Dec. 5. He will vacate the position at the end of 2016. Meier is in the middle of a fourth... Full story
Block of Bucks Sets Funding Record
Valley County's Blocks of Bucks program set an all-time high Dec. 3 raising over $31,000 in funds to assist 297 county children with buying essential winter clothing, such as coats and boots. Mary... Full story
Governor's AIS Rapid Response Team Comes to Glasgow
Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order declaring a statewide natural resource emergency for Montana bodies of water, due to the detection of the larvae of invasive aquatic mussels at Tiber Reservoir and suspected detections at Canyon... Full story
Improvements To Ezzie's Locations Underway
For the last month or so, construction crews have been diligently at work revamping two local Ezzie’s convenience stores. The improvements will give customers better access to goods and services that they have become accustomed to from the area... Full story
I Will Be A President For All The People P.S. The Check's In The Mail
Trump’s no dummy. But neither is he brilliant. A brilliant person who has just become President-elect of the United States would not make such a statement as “I will be a president for all the people.” Hey! President-elect Trump I am not in...
The Power of Protest
I am not going to lie. I truly do feel the Army Corps of Engineers’ decision to deny an easement for the DAPL under Lake Oahe in North Dakota was a true win for all Americans. Why do I believe this? First of all, people have the right to...
The Electoral College
I have never really understood the Electoral College (EC). Recently a friend and I were talking about people who are apparently trying to convince electors to the EC not to vote for President-elect Donald Trump, and he asked me if this was...
Remembering the Flag
While driving to town the other day, I was listening to the news concerning the issues at the University of Massachusetts concerning the flying of OUR American flag. So many “remembers” flooded my mind: memories of my school days, when each day...
James Casper "Jim" Holter
James Casper "Jim" Holter, 70, passed away on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016, after a short battle with cancer. James Casper "Jim" to most, "Jimmy" to only a chosen few, was born in Billings, Mont., to Cap and ... Full story
Vivian Ann Lighthizer
Long time Helena resident Vivian Ann Lighthizer, 79, passed away peacefully with her family at her side on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016 after a lengthy illness. Services are pending at this time. Born in... Full story
Scottie Matmen Compete in Sidney
The Sidney Invitational wrestling meet held Dec. 2 and 3 was a tough one, with 26 teams from Montana and surrounding states competing in the event. Wrestling for the Scotties at the varsity level were: Gabe Hallock, Matt Reyling, Kaden Zimmerman,... Full story
R6 Havre-Area Check Station Results for 2016 Season
The final results are in at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Havre check station for the 2016 hunting season. The check station was open from Oct. 8 (the open of general antelope) through Nov. 27... Full story
Class C Showcase - Boys
Day One Nashua 66, Turner 55 Final Nashua 11 27 49 66 Turner 17 22 34 55 Nashua – Nolan Viste 12, Dalton Kautz 8, Gavin Adkins 10, Gunner Greene 8, Chase Williams 3, Dylan Sanner 15, Cassidy Greene ... Full story
Crosby Bests 14U and 19U Girls
The 14U and 19U Lady Ice Dawgs traveled to Crosby for games on Dec. 3. The 14U girls put forth a great effort against a tough team. Despite some scoring chances, the girls were unable to hit the back of the net during the game and lost to the... Full story