Articles from the May 16, 2018 edition
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Strong Show of Support for Law Enforcement Torch Run, Special Olympics Athletes
Local law enforcement officials, fire department crews and emergency medical technicians, along with area Special Olympic athletes, proudly carried the State Special Olympics Torch through Glasgow... Full story
Valley View Hospital District Passes Along With Funding Levy
In what became a year-long saga for Valley View Home, filled with uncertainty, anxiety and pressure for staff, residents, families and supporters, the vote to approve a hospital district and funding levy for Valley View Nursing Home has passed. With... Full story
Montana Warriors on the Water Seeks Support for Coming Event
Each year Montana Warriors on the Water hosts a week-long retreat for selected veterans from across the country. The event this year begins July 22, and will run through July 28. This year’s retreat will host their largest class of veterans to... Full story
Clampitt Takes on Deep Field for Commissioner Seat
Renee Clampitt was one of the earliest contenders to take on seeking the Valley County Commissioner seat being vacated by retiring Bruce Petersen this fall. The field consists of six other... Full story
Glasgow School District Operational Levy Fails, All Other County Schools Pass
On National Teachers’ Appreciation Day, May 8, Valley County votes were counted to determine if residents decided to pass requested levies for the Glasgow, Nashua and Frazer schools. Votes were also tallied to determine who would serve on the open... Full story
May is Mental Health Month: Do You Focus on Fitness #4Mind4Body?
Dear Editor, Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and treatable. So much of what we do physically impacts us mentally – it’s important to pay attention to both your physical...
Hi-Line Ingenuity Saving the Tax Payer
Dear Editor, Hi-Line Ingenuity - is what comes to mind when I see an organization such as the sheriff’s office implement the plan that they have in vehicle purchasing. More than once, driving along one of our county’s highways, have I looked up...
Supporting the Thin Blue Line on Peace Officer Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 15, was National Peace Officer Memorial Day, and last week in Bozeman two officers, Trooper David DeLaittre and Deputy Mason Moore, were honored for the sacrifice they paid to this state. I will say from what little experience I have,...
Responsibly Celebrate Graduation
Graduation season is upon us and is a time for celebrating. It is the culmination of years of schooling, sports, hard work and the starting point of our teen’s adult life. As parents, we hope that the skills, values and morals we have taught our...
On the Glasgow School District Levy Failure
I have two young children who will be future students in the Glasgow school system. My hopes for them have always been to be taught by teachers who care about them, who will be their mentors, who will guide them towards being productive citizens of...
Community Support for Special Olympics
Our community deserves a participation medal. The Torch Run for Special Olympics was held in Glasgow on Thursday. You may have heard sirens, and if you hit any stretch of Highway 2 between 8 and 9 a.m., there’s a good chance you saw a parade with a...
Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area
The Valley County Pioneer Museum is now open for the season Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. THURSDAY – MAY 17 9 a.m. - St. Marie Condo Board special meeting with the regular meeting following at 10 a.m. 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. - Veteran Affairs Off... Full story
Raiders, Bearcubs Earn Hardware at District 3C Track
Scobey swept the 3C track meet held in Glasgow May 12. The boys finished with a team score of 271.5 – more points than all of the other teams combined. The girls finished on top with 175 points.... Full story