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 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 8, 2020 

Bullock Warns Orders Will Be Extended

*Editor's Note: Since this story was written and published, Governor Steve Bullock extended his stay-at-home order through April 24.* In a press call with reporters on April 3, Montana Governor Steve Bullock warned that public health orders, such as... Full story

 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    April 8, 2020 

Primary To Be All Mail-In Ballots

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the government’s response to it, appear to have impacted most every aspect of Americans’ daily lives, as well as aspects of life that do not occur daily. Elections often bring to mind the image of polling booths, decked... Full story

 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 8, 2020 

TC Energy And Barnard Pipeline Adapt Safety Plan

Barnard Pipeline and TC Energy will require workers arriving to work on a cross-border pipeline in the region to quarantine for 14 days before starting work. The plan is an abridged version that requi...


Students, Staff And Parents Adjust To No School

*Editor's Note: After this article was written and published, Governor Steve Bullock extended the closure of all Montana K-12 schools until April 10.* Students and school staff started their second... Full story


Emergencies Declared, Health Orders Issued

Measures Aimed at Preventing Over-Burdened Hospital Valley County has declared a state of emergency as of March 17. The city followed suit on March, 19, declaring a state of emergency at a 3 p.m. emergency meeting of the City Council. The actions... Full story


Rallying Together As Montanans In Times Of Crisis

Dear Editor, Montanans are no strangers to challenging and unprecedented times. In 2017, we tackled the most expensive fire season on record and the largest since the big burn of 1910. Through...


Governor Bullock Issues Stay at Home Directive to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

On March 26, Governor Steve Bullock issued a Directive requiring Montanans to stay home and temporarily closes all nonessential businesses and operations to curtail the spread of COVID-19. The order, which goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. on March 28,... Full story


Coronavirus Confirmed In Montana

Four presumptively positive cases of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, were confirmed by the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) on March 13, two more cases were confirmed on March 14. while two more cases were confirmed on... Full story


City and County Respond to COVID-19

The City of Glasgow and Valley County are working on plans to maintain essential services in the wake of a statewide emergency declaration by Governor Steve Bullock on March 15. Representatives and elected officials from government, local... Full story


Gov. Bullock Directs Closure Of All Montana Schools

As a result of the fast spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Governor Steve Bullock directed the closure of all non-resident public K-12 schools for two weeks, starting March 16 and lasting through March 27. “I recognize that our schools often serve... Full story


County Declares State of Emergency, City Set to Meet on March 19

The County has declared a State of Emergency in Valley County as of March 17. The action comes after Governor Steve Bullock and President Donald Trump issued state and nationwide emergencies from the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic that has spread to... Full story


No Known Cases Of COVID-19 In Montana

Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has not yet made an appearance in Montana, as of press time, however it has hit people countrywide, including nearby Oregon and Washington. The Valley County Health Department and Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital...


Gov. Bullock Directs Closure Of All Montana Schools

As a result of the fast spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Governor Steve Bullock directed the closure of all non-resident public K-12 schools for two weeks, starting March 16 and lasting through March 27. “I recognize that our schools often serve... Full story


Frazer Community Comes Together To Honor MMIW

In what is becoming an annual tradition for Frazer School, community members, students, staff, and school athletes came together on Jan. 17 to bring awareness and honor all the Missing and Murdered...


Keeping History Alive

Dear Editor, During the 2019 Legislature, Gov. Steve Bullock, legislators, and Montanans across the Treasure State worked tirelessly to keep history alive in a variety of ways. Senate Bill 338, also...


Keystone XL Pipeline Construction to Begin

TC Energy (formerly TransCanada) is putting the past year’s legal battles behind them and is moving ahead with plans to construct the Keystone XL pipeline. On Jan. 21, Terry Cunha, a spokesman for TC Energy, told the Williston Herald that the...


Flavored E-Cigarette Sales Banned In Montana

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced on Dec. 13 it will begin enforcing Emergency Rules that temporarily restrict the sale of flavored e-cigarette products in Montana. The enforcement of these rules went into...


Courtroom Fight For Public Access and Montana Values Was Worth It

Dear Editor, The fight for public access and private property rights is a personal one for me. It started with the Stenson family, who ranch near Wibaux. Nearly one year ago, Governor Bullock asked me...


Vaping Becomes Epidemic in MT

E-cigarettes, specifically the brand of e-cigs JUUL, have been around since 2015, however, it has only been this year that deaths and injuries have been reported as a result of vaping. As of press time, there have been no reported death or illnesses... Full story


Irle School Set to Begin PAX Good Behavior Game

Glasgow’s Irle School will soon join a growing list of schools across the state who have implemented the PAX Good Behavior Game program into its curriculum. In May of this year, Governor Bullock announced the state had received a $2.1 million...


Scott Sales on Campaign for S.O.S.

Businessman and state legislator Scott Sales sat down with the Glasgow Courier to discuss his background, political experience and his current bid for Montana’s Secretary of State seat. Sales discussed everything from the land board and land...


FMDH Chosen as Community Integrated Healthcare Pilot Site

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has been chosen to be one of six sites throughout the state to pilot a model of community-based healthcare designed to expand the role of EMS providers to deliver more effective and efficient non-emergency services....


Deadline Approaching for New Infrastructure Grant Program to Support Local Governments, Schools

Dear Editor, Homeowners know that when a leaky roof is spotted, it's important to act quickly to find and fix the leak. If left unattended, that slow drip overhead can turn into a ceiling that...


Keep Fighting To Lower Prescription Drug Costs

Dear Editor, We must keep working to lower prescription drugs prices in Montana. After conducting a nearly two-year investigation into drug costs, including taking several major players to court in order to access information, my team and I brought...


Montanans Have Reason To Celebrate Our Outdoors This Summer

Dear Editor, As the long days of summer get into full swing, Montanans and visitors alike have begun to reconnect with our state parks, our one-of-a-kind outdoor recreation experiences, and the...


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