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Six Appeal Back in Town

A world-class vocal ensemble, Six Appeal returns to Glasgow as the final act in the Northeastern Arts Network’s 2018-2019 Big Sky Series. The concert will be in the Glasgow High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26. The award-winning gr... Full story

 

Valley County Friends of the Library Introduces New Character

The Valley County Friends of the Library has introduced a new character this year: Michelle Bigelbach. She took over as chair of the organization in January when Mary Armstrong, the prior chair, stepped down after being elected as county...

 

Sunnier Days Ahead

"I remember walking behind Dad with my plastic golf set when he was mowing the lawn." That is how Andy Newton describes the beginning of his lifelong love of the game. At age seven, he picked up his...

 

Sean R. Heavey at Western Art Week

Sean R. Heavey will be a featured artist next week at the Jay Contway & Friends Art Show, part of the Western Arts Week in Great Falls. The show will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn at 2520 14th Street SW, and will run Thursday through Saturday,... Full story

 

Glasgow Thespians Spell Success

This past weekend, several Glasgow High School students took to the school's stage to spell success with their performance of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The show hit all the right not...

 

GHS Presents: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

With temperatures still predicted to be below freezing this weekend and spring still a ways off, locals looking for an indoor distraction need look no further than Glasgow High School this weekend....

 

Let the Bodies Hit the Boards

Saturday, Feb. 23, was a night of honor and hits. Glasgow honored their Senior Ice Dawgs and their families in a pregame ceremony. Bridger Barnett, Kayden Fossum, Taylor Johnson, Nick Lipszyc,...

 

Representative = Represent

A quick word, Valley County Voter. I know I am in the minority party here. I accept that my representative will not vote my ideals. However, I do expect our representatives to listen to their constituents and to aubject matter experts. Tonight...

 

A Cool Glass of Bipartisanship

Last week, Montana’s three congressmen introduced the Clean Water for Rural Communities Act to their respective houses in Congress. Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester introduced the bipartisan bill in the Senate, and Representaåtive Greg...

 

Sundae & Mr. Goessl To Make Hearts Sway

Award-winning Seattle duo Sundae & Mr. Goessl will be performing in Glasgow next week as part of the 2018-2019 Big Sky Series presented by the Northeastern Arts Network. The concert will be in the Glasgow High School auditorium at 7 p.m., on... Full story

 

From the Middle of Nowhere to Moscow

Born in Glasgow, he has made his way from the Middle of Nowhere to Stanford, St. Petersburg, Oxford, Washington, D.C., and Moscow. He went from being a student in Russia before the fall of the Soviet Union, to becoming one of the world’s most... Full story

 

Hockey Heartache

The Glasgow U19 Ice Dawgs faced two devastating losses this past weekend at the Valley Event Center. On Feb. 1, they faced off against Sidney on home ice but couldn't fend off the visiting team.... Full story

 

Bantam Ice Dawgs Improve Record

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs bantam team went 2-1-1, playing two games in Miles City on Feb. 2, and two on home ice Feb. 3. In the first game on Saturday, Miles City surged to a 3-0 lead early in the... Full story

 

Montana Senators Fight For Indigenous Women

Montana senators Steve Daines (R) and Jon Tester (D) have not given up Savanna’s Act, with both senators vowing to move forward with the legislation. The bill failed to pass last session when retiring Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) refused to...

 

Bantam Battle Royale

The Glasgow Bantam Ice Dawgs traveled to Glacier to take on the Avalanche and were buried, not under snow, but under penalty minutes. Saturday, the Dawgs managed to close out the final period with a tie, 4-4, despite having racked up a staggering 77...

 

A Perfect Ten

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs were facing a couple of must-win games this past weekend as they look to make the state tournament, and win they did. Handily. The goal horn first sounded with 14:36 left in the...

 

FPFAC, Glasgow Awarded $50K in Grants

Both the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council (FPFAC) and the city of Glasgow have been awarded grants by the Department of Commerce to help attract visitors to the community. The FPFAC received a grant of $20,000 to upgrade the sound system at the Fort Peck...

 

Poetry Out Loud Teaches Life Skills, Personal Expression

Following the success of last year's Glasgow High School Poetry Slam event, Desiree Johnson had planned to continue hosting one each year. However, as plans do, that intent changed. Having introduced...

 

What I've Learned Covering Ag

As I’ve covered the trade war with China and dove into research on Russia and agriculture for an upcoming interview, I’ve learned a lot, mostly about what I don’t know. Even though I grew up on a farm, in a farming and ranching community, I did...

 

Rocking the Night Away

In what is becoming a much-anticipated annual tradition, the Johnny Holm Band once again rocked Glasgow. The band, well-known to many residents of the area, performed at the Glasgow Civic Center this...

 

Peterson and Buerkle Celebrate Retirement

On Thursday, Dec. 20, friends, family and fellow county employees gathered to help county commissioner Bruce Peterson and Valley County Sheriff Vern Buerkle celebrate their upcoming retirement....

 

Bryan Elected Long Run Fire Chief

Back in 2010, she joined the Long Run Fire Department as a member, a firefighter. In 2013, she became one of three captains in the all-volunteer force. After a stint as a captain, she continued to...

 

Montana Senators Work to Pass Savanna's Act

Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines, both members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, played critical roles in advancing Savanna’s Act, named for murder victim Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind from North Dakota. The bill will improve...

 

Vote on Farm Bill Expected

The conference committee report on the 2018 Farm Bill has been released and could be headed for final votes in the House and Senate this week. The House could be voting on the bill Wednesday, Dec. 12, with the Senate potentially following with a...

 

A Belated Thank You to Hi-Line Ford

Back in October, I set out on a long-anticipated road trip. Years had passed since I last ventured out alone on an extended journey out of state. I was excited to travel and to see relatives after many years. Nestled into my new-to-me car, one that w...

 

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