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Hallock Receives Distinguished Honor

On Oct. 28, local eighth-grader Kyler Hallock received a distinguished honor when he was presented the first ever Heroism Award at the American Legion's fall conference in Helena. Hallock was... Full story


Heavey Gallery Offers Access to Printmaking

Beginning last week, Sean Heavey has been offering access to the high quality printmakers he uses for his own work. The company, F-11 Photo in Bozeman, can print virtually any digital file on a wide... Full story


Block of Bucks Raises Over $30,000

On Dec. 8, volunteers from Glasgow High School student council, National Guard, Soroptomists, as well as local community members stood at the intersections of D&G and the Post Office to collect funds for Block of Bucks. A total of $30,310 was... Full story


Parking PSA

Even though the area has seen a relatively mild winter, the Glasgow Police Department would like to remind citizens of Glasgow that no camper, RV or watercraft may be parked on any street or alley of the city from Dec. 1 through March 31. The GPD... Full story

 By Cindy Markle    News    December 13, 2017

VCCF Receives Baker Gift

Maybe it was an incident in the beginning weeks of first grade in Glasgow that sparked a lifelong love of learning and curiosity that led Don Baker to professional success. It is with his generous gift of $139,145 to the Valley County Community... Full story


Railroad Overpass Under Construction in Nashua

Former Nashua mayor Pat Hallett remembers the conversations involving the initial planning for an overpass near Nashua being centered on safety and time delays. By her account, the need for an alternative route over the railroad tracks was needed... Full story


Breakfast Eats, Easy Access at New Trolley Location

Joy Guttenberg’s good (edible) works are known to many in the Glasgow area. That’s about to become truer still. Guttenberg’s Apple Trolley has moved next-door to Albertsons on Highway 2 into the space formerly occupied by The Worx. And no, she... Full story


Story-Time At Valley View Home

The Glasgow-City County Library hosted their weekly story-time at Valley View Home on Dec. 7. Families and residents in attendance danced, sang songs, listened to Christmas-themed books and made... Full story


Thanks for Putting Out That Fire

Thanks for Putting Out That Fire The residents of Nemont Manor wish to express their sincerest, heartfelt and grateful thanks to those who helped and assisted us during our fire emergency on Dec. 1. This goes also to those who came to the aid of...


Extra Enforcement, Rides Offered

As part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” crackdown, law enforcement agencies across Montana will deploy extra patrols for the specific purpose of deterring and detecting impaired drivers during the holiday season. Saturation...


What Is Zinke Doing?

The decision to reduce Bears Ears and Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monuments came as no surprise to the Utah delegation, Utah Republicans, and those familiar with Washington swamp creatures and horse traders. Nor did it surprise those who...


Protecting Public Use

In 1977, President Carter signed a law that required the Forest Service to study 973,000 acres in Montana to determine if they were suitable for wilderness. The findings were to be reported in five years and Congress was to take action afterward....


Remembering 'Store Bought'

It is the time of the year when everyone is frantically shopping, and I am guessing that a lot of shopping is done online anymore. Do you remember when getting store bought items was a really cool thing? Getting “store bought” things was really...


Harold M. Brown

Harold M. Brown, 96, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 16, at United Methodist Church in Glasgow, with Pastor Howard Pippin officiating.... Full story


U14 Ice Dawgs Win Two, Draw One at Home

The U14 Ice Dawgs hosted Miles City and Bozeman at the Valley Event Center in three games Dec. 8, 9 and 10. The girls blanked Miles City 11-0 on Friday night, then finished the weekend with one win... Full story


Mavericks Defeat Scotties in Saco

North Country 53, Glasgow 44 N. Country 4 11 23 15 – 53 Glasgow 14 8 11 11 – 44 North Country: J. Lee 6, T. Simonson 16, L. Idler 9, W. Jones 7, C. Depuydt 4, T. Murphy 9, A. Leatherberry 2.... Full story


Scotties Finish Home Invitational Third Overall

The Scotties hosted their 22nd Annual Wrestling Invitational Dec. 9 at Glasgow High School. The event began at 9 a.m. and lasted into the early evening, with championship matches held under the... Full story


U19 Lady Ice Dawgs Win One of Five in Two Weekends

12-02-17 W. City 4, Glasgow 1 Period 1 Goals: 0; Penalties: 0 Period 2 Goals: 0; Penalties: E. Kolstad, two min., tripping. Period 3 Goals: D. Johnson assisted by L. Pehlke; Penalties: B. Chappell, 2... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – DEC. 14 Nashua Children’s Shopping Spree that allows Nashua students to shop for gifts for their family at a cost of 25 cents at Nashua School. 9:30 a.m. - The Nashua Community is invited to the Ladies’ Coffee Hour every Thursday at... Full story


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