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 By A.J. Etherington    News    August 15, 2018 

Boyer Steps In, Strommen Steps Out

According to the Valley County Clerk and Recorder's Office as of Monday, Aug. 13, Luke Strommen had removed his name from the running for Valley County Sheriff. Strommen was unable to be reached for c...

 

Relay Brings People Together Despite Hot Weather

On a hot August evening Aug. 11, people from different generations, people with different experiences with cancer, people who have fought and are currently fighting the battle against cancer came...

 

Local Talent Shines at NEMT Fair

The New Stars in the Western Sky Talent Show brought together people of all ages to watch participants showcase a wide variety of musical talent at the Northeast Montana Fairgrounds on Aug. 3. Kicking off the show was Nashua native and Scobey...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    August 15, 2018 

Meet the Face Behind the City's Ordinance to Allow Chickens

With the city of Glasgow's ordinance to allow chickens set for the first reading next Monday, Aug. 20, the Courier sat down with the person behind the push to end the prohibition on the birds in...

 

Updated Vaccinations from VCHD

In our Back to School supplement that was included in our Aug. 8 issue, it was incorrectly stated that 11th-graders are required to have three vaccines before entering school. Students who are entering 11th-grade are not required to have any new...

 

Outstanding Year Wraps Up for Warriors on the Water

The Montana Warriors on the Water wrapped up their flagship week on July 28 with a feast, an auction and a concert by the Southern Drawl Band. But not before helping 18 veterans get out on the...

 

Ten-Year Odyssey With Cancer Leads to Hope and Grace

It will be 10 years on Aug. 28, since Carol Neufeld first found out she was living with ovarian cancer. She says she walked in the clinic that day alone stating, "I never thought in a million years...

 

John Michael Montgomery Caps off NEMT Fair

John Michael Montgomery promised concert-goers his hits and the chance to show off their singing abilities. And Kentucky-born star delivered on both. The man knows his audience, crooning his "1900s"...

 

City Chicken Ordinance Goes to First Reading Aug. 20

In a packed Glasgow City Council meeting Monday, Aug. 6, the council decided to move a proposal for a city ordinance to allow the raising of chickens in city limits to go to a first reading at the city council meeting, which will occur at 5:30 p.m.,...

 

Candidate for PSC Visits NE MT Fair

Democratic Candidate for the District 1 seat of the State Public Service Commission Doug Kaercher visited Glasgow last week during the Northeast Montana fair to meet and greet locals and educate the...

 

Vet Warns Against Common Preventable Diseases in Pets

According to Dr. Chelsie McAllister, DVM of Valley Vet Clinic in Glasgow, canine parvovirus and distemper virus in Valley County are much higher in this region than in most. According to McAllister, the high rates are due to a lack of proper...

 
 By Roubie Younkin    News    August 1, 2018

4-H Leaders Tour American History, Learn the Value of Civics, Seek to Give Back to Community

This year 4-H leaders Chaykota Christensen, Brooke Westby, Elise Strommen, Kortney Nelson and Cordell Younkin made the commitment to learn, serve and engage in their communities by participating in...

 

John Michael Montgomery to Headline Northeast Montana Fair

"So, first question, just how tired are you of doing these pre-concert interviews?" may not be the best way to open up an interview with a musician gracing the Middle of Nowhere with a concert for...

 

Domestic Violence Awareness Kickball Tournament Raises over $2,500 for Victims

The Domestic Violence Awareness Kickball Tournament raised over $2,500 for victims of domestic violence in northeast Montana, according to organizers Lacie Brown, Jenny McCabe and Shelly Ramsey. The...

 

Local Bronc Rider Looks for Good Showing in Home County

Chase Redfield, of Opheim, is looking forward to a few good rounds of bareback bronc riding this year on his home turf at the Northeast Montana Fair. Redfield has been riding pro for nine years...

 

4-H and FFA Livestock Sale Approaches

The annual Valley County 4-H & FFA Livestock Sale will be taking place on Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, at the Northeast Montana Fair Grounds. A pre-sale viewing will start at 3:30 p.m., with the sale...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 25, 2018

Trio of Med Students Train at Glasgow Clinic

Three medical students from the University of Washington, School of Medicine are training at the Glasgow Clinic as part of the school's Targeted Rural UnderServed Track or TRUST. The students, who...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 25, 2018

Frazer Fire Chief Looks to Future

When Wes Sibley took the job of Fire Chief in Frazer and Wiota, Mont., last January his hope was to help out the communities he has always called home. Since starting Sibley has faced challenges and...

 

Granrud's Lefse Shack Moves to Scobey

Granrud's Lefse Shack owners, Twyla Anderson and Alice Redfield have announced the sale of their business to Scott and Libi Susag, of Scobey. The business will retain the Granrud name and is expected...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 18, 2018

Boat Fire at Fort Peck Marina

A boat was engulfed in flames at the Fort Peck Marina on July 15, at about 1:30 p.m. According to the Fort Peck Fire Chief Landon Holt, the only injury was minor burns. The boat, however, was...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 18, 2018

NWS Warns of Gap in Receiving Severe Weather Alerts

A two-day bout of severe weather July 9 and 10 has prompted concerns from the National Weather Service in Glasgow that many northeast Montana residents may not be aware of severe weather alerts....

 

Outpost Cafe Awarded Farmers Grow Communities Award

Scott St. John, Opheim farmer, has selected the Outpost Cafe, of Opheim, to receive a $2,500 donation as part of the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The Outpost Cafe will use the funds to continue...

 

Minnesota Musicians Bring Fun to GCCL

Award-winning entertainers Jack and Kitty, from Minneapolis, Minn., made at stop at the Glasgow City-County Library on July 12 to entertain grandparents, parents and children of all ages with their fe...

 

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