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Articles from the December 16, 2020 edition

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Millard to Resign as Health Officer in January

Dr. Anne Millard has formally announced her resignation from the position as Valley County Health Officer effective Jan. 1, 2021. She will remain a primary care provider at Frances Mahon Deaconess. Mi...

 

Victim Witness Specialists Assist Community And Surrounding Areas

Glasgow Police Department's victim witness specialists Margaret Henry and Jewel Etherington have been the shoulder to lean on, the ear to listen and the rock in northeast Montana this year for victims...

 

FMDH Faculty Awarded Dr. Newman Rural Health Awards

Every year health providers around the state are nominated for the Dr. Frank Newman Rural Health Award and this year, amidst a global pandemic that has asked a lot of healthcare providers, was no different. In honor of National Rural Health Day,...

 

Time To Light The FMDH Foundation's "Tree of Life"

The FMDH Foundation’s “Tree of Life” has become an annual holiday tradition in our community. The Tree was lit on Nov. 28, and will remain on until New Years. During this time we invite you to support the FMDH Foundation while remembering...

 

GCCL Reopening with Limited Hours

The Glasgow City-County Library will be open inside for limited hours Monday-Saturday. Curbside services will continue to operate as normal with regular hours. We want to continue to serve our community as safely as possible. Curbside Services are av...

 

Ron Guttenberg

Ron Guttenberg, 86, of Glasgow passed away Wednesday, Dec. 9, at Valley View Home, in Glasgow, Mont. A private family burial was held, and a memorial service is planned for May 4, 2021 on his birthday for family and friends. Ron was born May 4, 1934...

 

Biden Taps Vilsack for Ag Secretary

On Dec. 8 major news outlets reported that President-elect Joe Biden had selected former Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to return to that role, leading the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Earlier rumors and speculation on the position favored...

 

Both MT Senators Continue Work on Bills For Rural Montana

Senator Jon Tester (D) introduced a bill last month with Senator Deb Fischer, Neb., that seeks to improve safety at rural train crossings. As of right now, railroad crossing arms are only installed at locations where a road is wide enough for two...

 

Going Nuts

This past week found me finally getting into the spirit of holiday “baking”. I’d been meaning to do this since I put up our artificial tree. The assembly of the tree occurred before Thanksgiving. I refuse to apologize or feel bad about...

 

Back in Black: HS Hockey Opens Season in Glasgow

Sporting uniforms they debuted late last season, the Glasgow High School Ice Dawgs opened their hockey season this past weekend at the Valley Event Center, hosting the Flathead Fusion and Copper City...

 

PeeWee Ice Dawgs Win Battle Against Generals

The Glasgow PeeWee Ice Dawgs traveled to Miles City Dec. 12 to face off against the Generals in a rematch following their meeting in Glasgow. The young Dawgs dominated the game, skating away with a 9...

 

Bantams Drop One, Tie One in Miles City

The Glasgow Bantam Ice Dawgs took on the Miles City Generals in a road trip rematch after their face off in Glasgow last weekend. The Dawgs took a loss on Saturday but battled back to a stalemate on Sunday. Glasgow penalties cost the Dawgs two goals...

 

Scottie Speech and Drama Kick Off Virtual Season

The Glasgow Speech and Drama season is off to quite a different start this season, but by all accounts it is a successful one thus far. Due to coronavirus health and safety precautions, the entire season is being held virtually. The change has been...

 

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