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Glasgow Adds COVID Case As Montana Numbers Climb

The Valley County Health Department reported an additional case of COVID-19 infection in the county on July 1. According to a joint press release from Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital and the health department, the fourth Valley County related case... Full story

State Releases Plan To Reopen Schools In Fall

The Governor of Montana Steve Bullock announced in a July 2 press conference his plan for reopening schools in the fall. Citing the reliance students and parents have on schools for nutrition, socialization and education, and the health benefits of... Full story

VC Residents Honored For Volunteerism

Money might make the world go round, but volunteers are what keep Valley County going. Two of those volunteers were recently recognized by Governor Steve Bullock and First Lady Lisa Bullock with 2020...

Keeping HOPE Alive

The Fourth of July weekend brought fun and festivities for many in the area, from camping and the John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament at Fort Peck to the revived Milk River Days in Hinsdale. In...

Peace Officers In Montana

Dear Editor, As a nation, state and society we are living in unprecedented times. As peace officer leaders in the State of Montana, we feel it is our obligation to speak about the unnecessary...

We Are Not Alone

Dear Editor, You may recall that I wrote an article a few weeks ago that exposed the attempt by the Montana Department of Natural Resources (DNRC) to illegally give our ranchers' vested stockwater...

Wear Masks When Social Distancing Is Not Possible

Dear Editor, We, the undersigned, are as concerned about the rising number of COVID cases and public health as we are with the economic health of the businesses we represent. As we watch many states...

Montanans Must All Work Together To Fight COVID-19

Dear Editor, COVID-19 remains a matter of great concern for Montana medical and public health communities. As of mid-June, Montana's COVID-19 case rates are the lowest in the continental U.S.; yet...

Blanche Schuler

Blanche F. (Britsch) Schuler, 97, died of natural causes at Billings’ Tender Nest Assisted Living, in Billings, Mont., early Sunday, July 5, 2020. She had lived from January 2017 until this June in Aspen Meadows, also in Billings. Family will... Full story

Darlene Durell

Darlene Durell, 83, of Nashua, Mont., passed away peacefully at her home Sunday, July 5, 2020, with family by her side. As per her wishes, cremation has taken place and services will be held at a later date. A full obituary will follow at a later... Full story

GKST Stays Home For Harlem Meet

The Glasgow Thunder stayed home this past weekend, but did not have to host the latest West of the East meet. That privilege fell to Harlem whose pool is out of commission for the time being, so...

Reds Bring The Fireworks On The Road

There is nothing more patriotic than baseball on Independence Day. The Glasgow Reds provided the America tradition to baseball fans in a double-header against the Wolf Point Yellowjackets and the...

The Mill Grinds Way to Champs

For over 50 years, softball teams from across the region have traveled to Fort Peck for the Annual John Hahn Memorial Softball Tournament. The novel coronavirus was not about to change tradition....

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