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 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    March 25, 2020 

Valley County Food Bank Continues Work Despite Challenges

The Valley County Food Bank, an all-volunteer organization, has found a way to keep serving those in the community who face food insecurity. Dealing with the closure of most brick-and-mortar...

 

Preparing for Possible Self-Quarantine

Though the COVID-19 outbreak has not reached northeast Montana yet, it is not too early to begin planning for potential self-quarantines. With schools closing and many businesses offering limited services, people may want to consider what they will... Full story

 

Local Fire Departments Receive Elks Grants

The Glasgow Elks awarded Valley County Long Run Fire Department and Hinsdale Volunteer Fire Department with grants as part of the Montana State Elks Association State Major Project. This year’s funding, which amounted to $200,000, went to...

 

PeeWee Ice Dawgs Have A 'Grind' Old Time At State

The Glasgow PeeWee Ice Dawgs will hang another championship banner from the rafters in the Valley Event Center. The team concluded a successful season with the biggest success of all - claiming a...

 

Ice Dawg Hoyer Laces Up Skates Again

"Hockey fans aren't like other fans." That was the tagline for a series of commercials from several years back. What the commercials did not say, and did not have to, was that hockey fans are...

 

Irle Teacher Winchester Honored

The VFW Teacher of the Year award contest was established to recognize teachers who have committed to teaching their students Americanism and patriotism. According to the VFW's website, "Without our...

 

A Banner Year

The 19U Glasgow Ice Dawgs emerged victorious from the MAHA State Tournament in Bozeman, Feb. 28, through March 1, bringing home the top trophy and a championship banner. Glasgow kicked off the...

 

Ice Dawg Squirts Compete In State Tournament

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs’ Squirts concluded their season at the MAHA State Tournament in Havre this past weekend, Feb. 28 through March 1. While the tournament went much the way the season did for the young team, coach Landon Holte told the Courier,...

 

White Chooses Children's Museum for Eagle Scout Project

The Children's Museum of Northeast Montana's website says, "Our Children's Museum was created by community members in 2005." What it does not mention is that the museum continues to grow and thrive wi...

 

Seffarine Entertains Students in Nashua

Seffarine, as part of the Northeastern Arts Network Big Sky Series, visited Nashua School Feb. 5 to showcase their flamenco and Arabic music. Singer Lamiae Naki, originally of Morocco, spoke to the...

 

Tetons Triumph in Overtime Thriller

For the third year in a row, the Williston State Tetons faced off against the Montana State Bobcats in front of a packed house on Feb. 21 at the Valley Event Center. The college club event promised...

 

19U Hockey Finish Regular Season

The 19U Glasgow Ice Dawgs were in Salmon Feb. 14-16 for the end of their regular season games. Head coach Paul Provencher was proud of his girls, saying it was one of the best weekends the team has had all season. Scores for the Friday night game...

 

HS Ice Dawgs Fall in Billings

The Glasgow High School Ice Dawgs traveled to Billings Jan. 24 and 25, to face off against a tough Bulls team. Billings took control of both games early, holding on to defeat Glasgow in both contests. The Friday night contest saw the Ice Dawgs...

 

PeeWee Ice Dawgs Win Three, Tie One in Miles City

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs' PeeWees team traveled to Miles City this past weekend, Feb. 1 and 2, to put on a clinic. Facing off against the host team and the Great Falls Americans, the team added three to...

 

Children's Museum Receives Grant To Update Exterior

The Children’s Museum of Northeast Montana was recently awarded a $4,500 grant from the Montana Department of Commerce to update exterior signage. The Museum was one of 25 recipients to receive a portion of the $750,000 total that was awarded...

 

Musicians Showcase Skills at Honors Concerts

Students from across the region representing music districts 12 and 13 converged in Glasgow Jan. 20 for a full day of practice and rehearsals followed by a concert that evening. The 2020 Honor...

 

BLM Planning to Revamp Grazing Rules

The Bureau of Land Management filed a Notice of Intent (NOI) on Jan. 21 to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) with the intent of overhauling grazing regulations on public lands. The NOI filed with the federal registry established the...

 

USMCA Passes the Senate

Despite prognostications that any action on the USMCA would be delayed due to the upcoming presidential impeachment hearings in the Senate, the trade agreement has passed out of the upper chamber and is on its way to the President’s desk for his...

 

HS Ice Dawgs Split Games in Bozeman

The high school Ice Dawgs traveled to Bozeman Jan. 11 and 12 for a pair of intense games against the Icedogs. The Dawgs came home with one loss and one win, and a whole lot of pride. Ike Braaten,...

 

Scottie Girls Take Two

The Glasgow girls’ basketball team logged two victories over the weekend, defeating Malta on Friday night and turning around on Saturday to take down the Wolf Point Wolves. Glasgow, on home court, racked up 56 points to Malta’s 40. On the road...

 

GHS Reps Classic Poets at P.O.L.

Glasgow High School held their annual Poetry Out Loud competition Jan. 6, in the Valley County Pioneer Museum. With a last-minute addition, a total of 25 students competed in this year's recitation...

 

Arielle Chapman Earns Advanced Floral Design Cert

Arielle Chapman, of Glasgow Flower and Gift, recently received her advanced floral design certificate from the Floral Design Institute, joining owner Peggy Aakre and coworker Jasmine Freuh who have...

 

Fort Peck Summer Theatre Extends Christmas Magic

The Fort Peck Summer Theatre troupe brought their thespian magic to Glasgow over the winter break, extending the magic of Christmas for a few more days. The FPST designed, rehearsed and produced "A Ch...

 

High School Ice Dawgs Compete in Kalispell Winter Classic

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs High School girls team traveled to Kalispell over the Christmas break to compete in the 19U Girls Winter Classic tournament. Glasgow went up against some tough teams from Bozeman, Missoula and Flathead in their four games of...

 

"2019" The Year in Review

January 2019 Buerkle Hangs Up His Hat - Sheriff to Retire After 43 Years in LE Former Undersheriff Faces Rape Charge - State Amends Previous Charge Alleging Intercourse with 14-Year Old Farm Bill...

 

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