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Keeping Robert's Memory Alive In Glasgow

Over the past couple of weeks, children and families visiting the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana have noticed the recent construction on a new exhibit is completed, providing a space for...

 

Opheim Seniors Brings Whole Community Together Over Basketball

The senior English class at Opheim School is only comprised of two seniors, Carrie Taylor and Boden Anderson, however the small yet motivated class decided to take on a whole school project to meet...

 

Glasgow Speech And Drama Compete At State

The Glasgow High School Speech and Drama team sent six of their seven competitors to the Eastern B/C State meet in Manhattan Jan. 27 through 28. On the way there, the Scottie Cruiser also picked up th...

 

Lukes 100 Organization Gives Through Generations

For 54 years local organization Lukes 100 has been providing monetary assistance to Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (FMDH), Valley View Home and the Valley View Home Foundation as a result of community commitment of the organization’s members....

 

Flaten Selected Overall Montana AD Of The Year

Glasgow High School Athletic Director (AD) and Irle School Vice Principal Brenner Flaten wears many hats, not only for the school district, but the community, his family and the Montana...

 

Fore! Fore! Fore! Glasgow Downtown Association 4th Annual Polar Putt Putt

There was overwhelming support for the Glasgow Downtown Association's fourth annual Polar Putt Putt on Jan. 21, from players and local businesses. A total of 18 businesses from throughout Glasgow...

 

GHS Speech And Drama Take Home Third In Divisionals

The Glasgow High School Speech and Drama team traveled to Roundup this past weekend to participate in the Eastern B/C Divisional meet on Jan. 21. After staying in Roundup the night before and eating...

 

Nashua Celebrates Homecoming Week

Nashua School celebrated their Homecoming Week last week with a junior high / high school / Nashua staff dodgeball tournament on Jan. 19, followed by the crowning of the King and Queen during the...

 

Bringing The Heat In Spice

The 5th Annual Chili Cook Off was held at the Glasgow Elk's Lodge on Jan. 14, where 11 Valley County teams whipped up 12 different chilis for judges to determine the best, based solely on taste. All...

 

Glasgow Combat Sports Opens Doors For All Levels

Three friends who share common interests in kickboxing, boxing, MMA, and jujitsu have come together to share their passions with Valley County and the Glasgow community. Ryan Smothermon, Sarah Torres...

 

Irle School PTO Hosts Family Skate Afternoon At VEC

The Irle School PTO hosted a Family Skate afternoon at the Valley Event Center on Jan. 14. A variety of Irle School families came out on the ice to spend time and learn how to skate together, while...

 

Glasgow City Council Holds First Meeting Of 2023

The Glasgow City Council’s first meeting of 2023 was held on Jan. 3, in the Council Chambers at the Glasgow Civic Center. In addition to normal council agenda items such as the Mayor, committee and department head reports as well as the approval of...

 

Hygiene Kits Supplied To Valley County Students Courtesy Of Local Support

With support from Caring Hands, Aaron Chatten Memorial Tournament and Glasgow Reynolds Market, the Valley County Health Department recently donated hygiene kits to all Valley County schools. These...

 

Commissioners Meet For Regular Discussion and Decision

In their first meeting of the year and Commissioner Mary Armstrong’s first meeting as Chairman, the Valley County Commissioners met for their regular Discussion and Decision meeting on Jan. 4. In addition to their normal business of approving...

 

Stories Of The Past: Sherwood Publishes Generational Stories Of Homesteading in Montana

Ruth Sherwood was born in Hinsdale in 1940, and spent her childhood on farms along the Milk River near Hinsdale and Glasgow. Growing up she helped in the kitchen where her mother shared stories of Mon...

 

Pioneer Museum Hosts Winter Scavenger Hunt

The Valley County Pioneer Museum in Glasgow hosted a Christmas Scavenger Hunt Dec. 28 through 30, to provide a way to get the kids out of the house and into a different environment while on holiday...

 

Celebrating Safely

In what has become a yearly service offered by Valley County Search and Rescue, Fire Department and local wrecker services since Alvie Hallock founded the ride share program in the 1980s, five volunteers took time out of celebrating New Years with...

 

VC Elected Officials Sworn In For New Terms

County officials who were elected during the Nov. 8, 2022, General Election were sworn in for new terms of office on Dec. 30, in the courtroom of the Valley County Courthouse. Valley County Clerk of...

 

Week's Worth of Frigid Temps and Blowing Snow

This past week was a chilly one for those in Valley County as an Arctic air mass moved into the region, causing havoc on last-minute shopping plans, travel plans and even prevented people from...

 

Local Comes Back To Manage Reynolds

Over the past few months, customers have seen a familiar face managing Reynolds Market in Glasgow, as Deb Tade returned to the store at the beginning of October after taking a few year retirement...

 

Glasgow Schools In Dire Need Of Bus Drivers

The Glasgow Schools held their regular monthly board meeting on Dec. 12, inside of the District Board Room. The most important topic discussed was the shortage of bus drivers the district is currently experiencing. “It’s a unique position. It...

 

Valley County Commissioners Allocate Local Assistance and Tribal Consistency Funds

The Valley County Commissioners have been holding public meetings on a weekly basis for their regular Discussion and Decision meetings, which are held inside of the Board of County Commissioners in the Valley County Courthouse. In addition to...

 

GHS Speech And Drama Team Hit The Road

The Glasgow High School Speech and Drama team have been traveling throughout the state over the past month, bringing home individual placings as well as speech sweeps as a team. The team started...

 

Inaugural Diaper Drive Helps Most Vulnerable

The Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center (EMCMHC) saw a need in the most vulnerable in our community, children. Diapers are one of the most basic needs for a family with a new baby and the...

 

VCSO Partners With Frazer School To Provide Safety And Security

For a month and a half, Valley County Sheriff’s Office has been providing a presence and assistance in Frazer Schools in order to help students, staff and the community. The memorandum of understanding with Frazer schools started on Nov. 1, after...

 

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