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The Legacy Of Giving Lives On

“Anyone who knows her, knows she could talk to anybody.” That gift of gab allowed Allison Nichols, who passed away in April due to complications from cancer, to be an integral part of the community. She served on the board for the Northeastern...

 

Local Daycare Thanks First Responders For Service

Since the events of Sept. 11, 2001, the day will always be a day of remembrance, a day for those to honor members of the community who serve and a day to say thank you for sacrifices made. Children... Full story

 

Lady Scotties Lose Two On Road Before Bringing Home Win

The Lady Scotties had a busy week this past week after having an unexpected lull in game play the week before as the Wolf Point Wolves rescheduled their match-up, which was originally scheduled for...

 

TC Energy Looks To Comply With CWA

The Keystone XL Pipeline project is making a step forward after being told by Federal Judge Brian Morris and the Supreme Court of the United States they could not proceed under Nationwide Permit (NWP) 12 earlier this year. On Aug. 14, the U.S. Army...

 

Nine More Cases Added To VC Total

The Valley County Health Department confirmed nine more cases of COVID-19 in the county over the past week. Cases 38 and 39 were announced on Aug. 26, case 40 was announced on Aug. 29 and cases 41 through 46 were announced on Sept. 1. Case 38 is a fe...

 

Students and Teachers Return To Classrooms

Valley County students have returned back to the classroom over the past two weeks. Opheim Schools and Lustre Christian started back into the classroom on Aug. 19, Glasgow and Hinsdale started back...

 

Lady Scotties Split In Weekend Opener

The Lady Scotties started off their season on the road, traveling to Fairfield on Aug. 28 and Shelby on Aug. 29. After leading the first two games against Fairfield, the Scotties would take home the loss after five matches however would bounce back...

 

Adapting To Change: Scottie Volleyball Kicks Off Unusual Season

Last season, the Scottie volleyball team saw much success. They ended their season with an impressive 18-3 record, punched their ticket to State, the first time in nine years, were crowned District...

 

Glasgow Schools Work On Moving Forward To Reopen

As Glasgow families start getting ready for the first day of school, Wednesday, Aug. 26, and as students have started practices for their fall sports, parents and students will notice changes as their children enter the classroom and the field for...

 

Take The Census.......TODAY

Field data collection for the 2020 Census is expected to end Sept. 30, a full month earlier than the original extension, which was established due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham, the shift in deadline...

 

13 Cases Of COVID-19 Added To VC Total

The Valley County Health Department and Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital confirmed 13 cases of COVID-19 over the past week, with eight cases announced on Aug. 14 and five cases announced on Aug. 16. As of Aug. 17, at 5 p.m., Valley County has 36...

 

Glasgow Clinic Welcomes New Family Medicine Doctor

The Glasgow Clinic recently added a new face to their already established repertoire of doctors and nurse practitioners, Dr. Curtis Campbell, Doctor of Osteopathy. Dr. Campbell started earlier this...

 

10 More COVID-19 Cases Discovered In Valley County

Valley County added 10 more COVID-19 cases over the past week, resulting in the county having 23 positive COVID-19 cases, with eight active and 15 recovered, as of Aug. 10, at 4 p.m. Case 14, which was announced on Aug. 6, is a male in his 50s, is...

 

Great American Outdoors Act Signed

After years from Montana’s delegation advocating to fund conservation projects, outdoor recreation and maintenance of national parks as well as other public lands, the Great American Outdoors Act was signed by President Trump on Aug. 4. The biparti...

 

Fractured Fairy Tales Come To Life

Siblings Bridget Wright and Ian Wright, both of Glasgow, turned classic fairy tales upside down providing unexpected twists and tales last week with the Fort Peck Summer Theatre's Theatre for Young...

 

Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 Continue To Rise in VC

Over the past week, two more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the county. On July 23, the Valley County Health Department and Frances Mahon Deaconess hospital confirmed the seventh positive case, a male in his 60s, who is not hospitalized...

 

County Confirms Sixth Case Of COVID-19

The Valley County Health Department and Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital confirmed the county’s fifth case of COVID-19 on July 19, and a sixth case on July 21, resulting in the county having two active cases as the previous four cases have all...

 

After A Few Tough Games, Reds Secure Wins Against WP

The Glasgow Reds hosted the Havre Northstars on July 15 after traveling to Havre earlier this month to play what was expected to be a doubleheader game however turned into a one nine inning game due...

 

Glasgow School District Approves Pay Raises For Supt., Clerk, Subs and Bus Drivers

The Glasgow School Board met in the district board room on July 8 to approve the district clerk and superintendent wage agreement, which were both negotiated on June 25, as well as discuss the bus driver and substitute teacher wage increase, student...

 

Local Residents See Need For Foster Children In Community

When children are removed from their home and placed into a foster home, they generally only come with what they are wearing and adults who are bringing these children in don't always have the items n...

 

SCOTUS Denies Request To Allow KXL To Proceed

In their continued attempt to keep the Keystone XL Pipeline project moving forward after years of delays, the Trump administration did not get the ruling they expected from the United States Supreme Court. On July 6, the U.S. Supreme Court declined...

 

Glasgow Reds Continue To Add Wins To Their Record

Over the past week, the Glasgow Reds have seen plenty of game action. They traveled to Havre on July 7, for what was supposed to be a double-header against the Northstars however Mother Nature reduced...

 

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 Froi...

 

Superintendent To Get 10% Raise

The Glasgow School District Negotiations Committee, which is comprised of the entire Glasgow School board, met in the District board room on June 25 to consider 2020-2021 wages for the district clerk and superintendent, as well as conduct the superin...

 

Wayfinding Project Completes After Five Years

Five years of meetings, planning, back and forth with various entities and hard work, new signage is now up throughout Glasgow to direct travelers and locals to locations along Highway 2, downtown...

 

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