Articles from the April 1, 2020 edition

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Gov. Bullock to Montanans: Stay at Home

In a continued effort to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), Governor Bullock extended closures of public schools and dine-in food service as well as alcoholic beverage businesses through... Full story


Schools Transition To Remote Learning

Students, school staff and parents started a new reality this week as schools within the county have now shifted to remote learning in absence of in-person classroom instruction. Utilizing modern technology such as Google Classroom, online meeting...


Community Solutions For Healthcare Workers

As the threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread throughout the country and Montana, hospitals and medical facilities are encountering a shortage of necessary equipment to keep healthca...


Relief Package Signed by President

After much partisan fighting and negotiations, President Donald Trump signed a coronavirus relief package March 27 intended to provide economic assistance for people and businesses across the country. The $2 trillion Covid-19 Phase 3 rescue package... Full story

 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 1, 2020

KXL To Go Forward Amid Pandemic

TC Energy has confirmed their plans to move forward with construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in Phillips and Valley counties during the COVID-19 pandemic. The planned construction project has...


MT House Of Representative Republican Candidate Introduction

Dear Editor, My name is Joyce Stone and I'm your Republican candidate for the Montana House of Representatives serving District 33, which spans the Hi-Line from Glasgow to Havre. I had planned to...


Strengthening Our Democracy Against COVID-19

Dear Editor, Our democracy can stand up to a lot - but COVID-19 will test us. The threat of this rapidly spreading virus has fundamentally changed our lives as Americans and Montanans seemingly overni...


Montanans Deserve Better After COVID-19

Dear Editor, Life is changing before our eyes. With COVID-19's rapid spread, we've witnessed first-hand institutions we once took for granted being put to the test in ways we couldn't have imagined...


COVID-19 Pandemic Public Information

Dear Glasgow Residents, As this public health crisis continues to develop, we are facing unprecedented challenges managing the situation and I want the public to know that the City of Glasgow is committed to the health and wellbeing of our residents... Full story


From The Commissioners

Dear Valley County Residents, The past few weeks have been challenging as we move through turbulent and uncharted “COVID-19 pandemic” waters together. Our dedicated county employees are working to make sure that you get the essential services... Full story


Transit Operations For Essential Needs Only

To our valued customers, In keeping with the directive of Governor Bullock, beginning on March 28, Valley County Transit will be making the following changes. Rides will be screened and made available for anyone needing to go out for essential needs... Full story


FMDH Extends Restrictions to April 10

Following the Governor’s extension of current restrictions and closures, FMDH is extending our current facility restrictions to Friday, April 10. Despite the restrictions, FMDH Laboratory services are expanding. We are again scheduling... Full story


Glasgow City-County Library Closed

The Glasgow City-County Public Library is closed starting March 28, until further notice due to the continuing COVID-19 outbreak. We will continue to post information on our website and social media channels during the closure. At this point, there... Full story


Canceled, Postponed Or Adjusted Events

As of press time, the following events have been canceled, postponed or adjusted: St. Raphael’s Rummage Sale – Postponed Until Further Notice. Please contact the Parish Office at 228-9800 for any questions. Busted Knuckle Brewery will be open... Full story


Joan 'JoAn' Faith Trimble

On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, Joan "RAN" into the arms of Jesus her Savior. A Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date due to current health mandates. Joan was born Feb. 18, 1940, to... Full story

 By Mary Honrud    Lifestyle    April 1, 2020

Chirping, Chipping And Cooking

The spring bird migrations are finally occurring. We have had flocks of geese flying overhead. Last week a flock of crows had briefly graced our yard. There are lots of sparrows, juncos, and at least...

 By Dawn OMalley    News    April 1, 2020

How to Ease Children's Anxiety About COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed our lives in ways we never would have imagined. Discussions about the virus dominate the news. Many schools and businesses are closed or running remotely. Sports events, concerts and movie theater showings are canceled. So,... Full story


Hi-Line Farm and Ranch April 2020

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A Message From The Valley County Sheriff's Office

The Valley County Sheriff’s Office is working closely with the County Commissioners, County Attorney, County Health Department, and the County Health Official during this COVID-19 virus pandemic. We ask that you continue to follow the directives... Full story


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