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Hallock Receives Distinguished Honor

On Oct. 28, local eighth-grader Kyler Hallock received a distinguished honor when he was presented the first ever Heroism Award at the American Legion's fall conference in Helena. Hallock was... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    December 13, 2017 

Heavey Gallery Offers Access to Printmaking

Beginning last week, Sean Heavey has been offering access to the high quality printmakers he uses for his own work. The company, F-11 Photo in Bozeman, can print virtually any digital file on a wide... Full story

 

Block of Bucks Raises Over $30,000

On Dec. 8, volunteers from Glasgow High School student council, National Guard, Soroptomists, as well as local community members stood at the intersections of D&G and the Post Office to collect funds for Block of Bucks. A total of $30,310 was... Full story

 

Parking PSA

Even though the area has seen a relatively mild winter, the Glasgow Police Department would like to remind citizens of Glasgow that no camper, RV or watercraft may be parked on any street or alley of the city from Dec. 1 through March 31. The GPD... Full story

 
 By Cindy Markle    News    December 13, 2017 

VCCF Receives Baker Gift

Maybe it was an incident in the beginning weeks of first grade in Glasgow that sparked a lifelong love of learning and curiosity that led Don Baker to professional success. It is with his generous gift of $139,145 to the Valley County Community... Full story

 

Railroad Overpass Under Construction in Nashua

Former Nashua mayor Pat Hallett remembers the conversations involving the initial planning for an overpass near Nashua being centered on safety and time delays. By her account, the need for an alternative route over the railroad tracks was needed... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    December 13, 2017 

Breakfast Eats, Easy Access at New Trolley Location

Joy Guttenberg’s good (edible) works are known to many in the Glasgow area. That’s about to become truer still. Guttenberg’s Apple Trolley has moved next-door to Albertsons on Highway 2 into the space formerly occupied by The Worx. And no, she... Full story

 

Story-Time At Valley View Home

The Glasgow-City County Library hosted their weekly story-time at Valley View Home on Dec. 7. Families and residents in attendance danced, sang songs, listened to Christmas-themed books and made... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    December 6, 2017

Nemont Manor Residents Awakened by Fire

Early Saturday morning firefighters responded to an incident at Nemont Manor. The fire originated from a faulty furnace located in the basement. Although it was quickly extinguished, the smoke from... Full story

 

Girl Scouts Earn Montana Badge

Local Girl Scout Brownies (ages 8-9) from Troop 2244 sought to broaden their understanding of their home state by earning the State of Montana Badge over the past few weeks. The endeavor included... Full story

 

Gingerbread House Workshop Offered

Come and decorate your own gingerbread house Tuesday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m. at First Lutheran Church in Glasgow. The gingerbread houses are prebuilt and we will provide the supplies! Bring any idea... Full story

 
 By Lacie Brown    News    December 6, 2017

Donations for Block of Bucks Set for Friday

Would you like to donate a few hours of your time this holiday season and pay it forward? The Soroptimists has the perfect opportunity for you! Please consider making a donation to the annual Block of Bucks on Friday, Dec. 8. If you have a couple of... Full story

 

Area Youth Create Crafts for Christmas Season

Local artist Brianna Overbey is bringing a series of art classes to children of the community, thanks to proceeds from the “Walking in Memphis” event held on Nov. 10. With her business, A Lot Like Love, she will be providing a class free of... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    December 6, 2017

Saco Festivities Wrap-Up

Christmas is coming, and nowhere more so than Saco, Mont. According to Heidi Pippin, Santa, hay rides, ice skating, hot soup/chili, hot chocolate/cider, and adult beverages are all on offer at the Hi-Line community festivities scheduled for Dec. 16.... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    December 6, 2017

Tallow Creek Christmas Program

A date has been set for the Tallow Creek Christmas Program after lots of consultation, according to Sierra Stoneberg-Holt. That date is Sat., Dec. 23, at 3 p.m. There will be a program followed by potluck treats. More treats are always welcome, but... Full story

 

Shoeboxes Filled for Operation Christmas Child

On Nov. 20, George Alberda and Joe Braaksma from Grace Bible Church in Bozeman, made the drive to northeast Montana to pick up boxes for Operation Christmas Child at the Glasgow Evangelical Church.... Full story

 

Wheatgrass Gallery Artist of the Month

Cathryn Reitler is the upcoming featured Artist of the Month at Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery in downtown Glasgow. A well known local working artist, Reitler has been a staple of Northeast Montana's... Full story

 

Dress Up, Dance and Donate to Help Area Children

The Gateway Club in Fort Peck will be hosting an adult prom themed “Life is a Carnival” to benefit the program Toys for Tots on Saturday, Dec. 9, starting at 8 p.m. Valley County Transit will provide transportation from Glasgow to the Gateway... Full story

 

Courthouse Square

Valley County Sheriff Vernon Buerkle reports a quiet holiday weekend locally, at least with regard to significant accidents and arrests. County Commissioner Paul Tweten tells us that Great West Engineering made their final inspections Nov. 28 on the... Full story

 

Haiti Mission has Lustre Ties

A number of years ago, Lustre’s Jason and Stephanie Brown traveled to Haiti to adopt twins, and in the process met a young man by the name of Sandro, who was translating for the adoption agency. Recognizing his potential, the couple invited... Full story

 
 By Jean Arthur    News    November 29, 2017

Saco Student Pursues Medical Training at FMDH

When Dale Marshall, a Saco-area rancher, suffered a heart attack, the hour-and-fifteen-minute drive over 15 graveled miles plus 50 paved miles of U.S. Highway could have been deadly and not just... Full story

 

Capitol Tree Bound for Washington

Area residents got a chance to check out the 79-feet-tall Christmas tree bound for the U.S. Capitol Mall. The tree's escort made a stop at the Valley Event Center in Glasgow on Nov. 17. Local, state,... Full story

 

Courthouse Square

Local man William Kratzer was arrested Nov. 14 west of Glasgow. According to County Attorney Dylan Jensen, Kratzer has been charged with felony strangulation of a partner or family member. He was released Nov. 16 on a $25,000 bond with court dates... Full story

 

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