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 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 15, 2019 

V.C. Schools Hold Elections

Frazer, Opheim, Lustre and Glasgow schools asked voters to cast their ballot on May 7 to elect trustees to fill positions with some also asking voters to pass a school levy. For the fourth consecutive year, Glasgow voters rejected a general fund...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 15, 2019 

GHS Swing Choir Rocks Glasgow

Glasgow High School's Swing Choir hosted their 12th annual fundraiser at the Ridgerunners on May 9 and the crowd was certainly not disappointed. Community members of all ages came together to dance,...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 15, 2019 

Folk Takes Over Busted Knuckle

Wes Urbaniak and the Mountain Folk made their debut in Glasgow at the Busted Knuckle Brewery on May 8 as part of their Montana Pint O'Beer Run Tour. Urbaniak and his musical partner Mat Regele are...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 15, 2019 

Guardians of the Flame

The Special Olympics Torch made its way through Valley County May 8 and 9. Each year the torch traverses the state carried by local law enforcement officials on its way to the State Games in Great...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    May 15, 2019 

Pool Campaign Makes a Splash

While Valley County is known to be generous, last week’s radio-a-thon for the Friends of the Pool campaign shattered expectations. The event raised $92,953 including matches, bringing the total amount of funds to $425,978. The Friends have plans...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 15, 2019 

Hinsdale Honored for Nutrition by Gov. and First Lady

Hinsdale Public School was recently awarded Honorable Mention in the School Nutrition Team of the Year Award category of the First Lady School Nutrition Awards. The school's nutrition team, comprised...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 15, 2019 

VFW Honors Area Civil Servants and Youth

Veterans of Foreign Wars Fort Peck Post 3107 honored local area first responders, law enforcement and area youth at their yearly Mayday awards banquet. The event held at the local VFW hall featured a prime rib dinner to honor those receiving awards....

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 8, 2019

2017 Ag Census Released

The U.S. Department of Agriculture released the results of the 2017 Census of Agriculture in April, which showcased a wider net of demographic information as well as provided financial health of those involved in the industry. The Census is taken...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 8, 2019

Great Fun at NE MT Special Olympics

The Northeast Montana Area Games for Special Olympics Montana took place at the Glasgow High School track last week, May 2. With community support from GHS students and faculty, local law enforcement...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 8, 2019

Keystone XL Won't Move Forward in 2019

After a year of ups and downs and a last-ditch effort by President Trump to keep the construction season on track, TransCanada Executive Vice President Paul Miller stated the project has missed their 2019 construction season due to court delays. In...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 8, 2019

Rep. Gianforte, Sen. Daines, Local Officials Fight Back on CBP

The saga continues regarding Customs and Border Protection (CBP) wanting to reduce hours at four ports of entry in Montana, while legislators and those who utilize the border see the reductions in hours detrimental to imports, exports and ways of...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    May 8, 2019

A Lesson in Grace and Giving

"The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members." - Coretta Scott King Since arriving in Glasgow in January of 2016, Bryon and Lindsey Gustafson...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 1, 2019

Sheriff's Office to Launch 24/7 Sobriety

The Valley County Sheriff's Office has launched a sobriety program aimed at preventing impaired driving in Northeast Montana. The program, referred to as "24/7 Sobriety," aims to provide another tool...

 
 By Georgie Kulcyzk    News    May 1, 2019

Integral to Many Students

It's not unusual to find people in Northeast Montana with lifelong careers. After all, we are a farming community. It is a little rare, however, to find someone who is still enthusiastic about their...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 1, 2019

Livening Up the Place

The Glasgow Middle School walls are a lot brighter and far more colorful than the white cinder block paint job they had before. That is thanks to Mrs. Libby Weber's exploratory art classes who...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 1, 2019

Hi-Line Med Spa, A Real Treat for the Body

Hi-Line Med Spa, one of the four speciality care departments in the Glasgow Speciality Care office of the Glasgow Clinic, provides many services to help those in the area with their skin. Offering services such as medical facials, chemical peels,...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    May 1, 2019

Come On In

"If you see something, say something." The saying has nearly become an American mantra. Here in the middle of nowhere the saying ought to be modified to, "If you see something, do something," because...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 1, 2019

Glasgow's City Clerk Awarded Rural Water Clerk of the Year

Glasgow City Clerk Stacey Amundson was awarded the 2018/2019 Rural Water Clerk of the Year at the Montana Rural Water conference, which took place Feb. 20 through 22 in Great Falls. Amundson was...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 1, 2019

Cuisine for a Cure Brings In Funds to Assist Local People

The annual Cuisine for the Cure occurred on April 25 at the Cottonwood Inn with members of the community showing up and enjoying delicious food for a good cause. With food selections that encompassed...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 1, 2019

Human Trafficking Training Comes to V.C.

When Pat Trotter was sitting at the Law Enforcement Academy to become an emergency communicator for Valley County, he had a personal reaction to a class on human trafficking and its prevalence in Montana. Determined to do something to educate...

 

Valley County Schools Asking Community to Vote

Valley County schools are holding regular elections on Tuesday, May 7, and a large number of the schools in the county are asking for voters to cast their vote to fill trustee term positions with some schools also asking to pass a fund levy request....

 

CBP Reverses Port Raymond Hours After Less Than A Week

In a much expected press release, Customs and Border Protection announced that they would be reducing their hours of operation at POE Raymond in northeastern Montana from 24 to 18 hours a day. Less than a week later CBP reversed that decision and...

 

Nashua Teachers, Staff, Students and Superintendent Bring Change to School

“The key to my success as a superintendent is my staff, my community, my teachers and my board. I am only as successful as the people I work with, from teachers, bus drivers, aides, substitute teachers, janitorial staff, the entire building is...

 

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