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Articles from the February 24, 2021 edition

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A Message of Love: FPST's Own Give Back to Chayten Pippen

The evenings of Feb. 14 and 15 were filled with a message of love, of hardship and of despair that came in the form of Love Letters-an epistolary play that takes place within the letters between a...

 

McKean Ousted From FWP Commission Warns Against Politicization of Wildlife Management

The Montana Senate voted on party lines to reject the appointment of Andrew McKean of Valley County to the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission on Feb. 19. The vote to reject McKean passed 31 to 18...

 

Valley County Deputy Fired for Misusing Criminal Justice Network

A Valley County Sheriff’s Deputy was promptly fired in late January after an investigation by the Sheriff’s Office determined he misused a sensitive government database known as the Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN). According to...

 

A Thank You to My Community

Dear Northeast Montana, This Friday, coming home from the District Tournament in Malta, Zora and I had car trouble. It was late; it was dark; the temperature was 8 degrees and falling. There were all... Full story

 

Inclusive Policies, Not Exclusive

Dear Editor, As a high school library assistant, I witness the importance of making every student feel safe, welcome and supported. HB 112 would ban transgender students from participating in athletic... Full story

 

From Senator Mike Lang On SD 17

Feb 21, 2021 Moving of bills has been slow. We are required by law to have the Senate bills referred to the House at the end of the 45th day, March 3rd. Committees and the floor sessions will be long... Full story

 

Weekly Legislative Update from House Speaker Pro Tem Casey Knudsen

February 19, 2021 HELENA- We are less than two weeks away from Transmittal which is the halfway point of the legislative session, which is the time when all general House bills must be voted on and... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Area Events

The Valley County Pioneer museum’s hours for February through April will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open Monday through Friday by advanced appointment only. Masks are required and group size will be limited. Call the... Full story

 

Marlin Mogan

On the morning of February 20th, 2021, surrounded by family in his home, Marlin Mogan passed away after battling cancer. Marlin was 63 years old. Born on January 27, 1958 in Glasgow, Montana to John a... Full story

 

Larry Alan Anderson

Larry Alan Anderson was born January 10, 1948 at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. He was the first child born to Rufus and Marth (Weinmeister) Anderson, who lived on their farm... Full story

 

Valley County COVID Update

As of Feb. 22, the Montana map tracking the coronavirus in the state showed Valley County with nine confirmed active cases, 792 recovered, 11 deaths for a cumulative case number of 812. Three new confirmed cases were reported in the county on...

 

Scottie Girls Beat Wolves and Eagles

The Glasgow Scottie girls basketball team finished the final week of the regular season with two wins and one loss. Glasgow will enter the District 2B tournament in the second seed, below the...

 

Scottie Boys in Senior Night Overtime Thriller

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team started off the final week of their regular season with a Tuesday night match up against the Dawson County Red Devils, dropping the game 46-30. The boys...

 

Glasgow Grapplers Finish on a High Note

The Glasgow Scotties' unusual wrestling season ended in a most usual way – strongly. "I feel like our guys are doing the right things right now," said coach Jory Casterline after his team finished...

 

Lady Mavs Take Top Spot in District 3C

The Lady Mavericks came out Champions of the District 3-C tournament with a 67-31 victory over the Scobey Spartans. The girls came out confident and mentally focused. They did a great job of...

 

Scobey/Opheim and North Country Claim Top Spots in District 3C

The Scobey/Opheim Spartans claimed the number one spot in the boys basketball District 3C tournament in Malta this past weekend, while the North Country Mavericks walked away the girls champions. The Spartans, North Country Mavericks and Dodson...

 

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