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Bob Smith Gifts Wrestlers Posthumously

"He was the number one fan for our program," explained Glasgow Wrestling Club president Brady Flaten, "from the little kids up to the high school." The respect and reverence in Flaten's voice was...

 

The Legacy Of Giving Lives On

“Anyone who knows her, knows she could talk to anybody.” That gift of gab allowed Allison Nichols, who passed away in April due to complications from cancer, to be an integral part of the community. She served on the board for the Northeastern...

 

Local Daycare Thanks First Responders For Service

Since the events of Sept. 11, 2001, the day will always be a day of remembrance, a day for those to honor members of the community who serve and a day to say thank you for sacrifices made. Children...

 

Homeless For A Night 2020

On any given night, there are over 600,000 homeless people in the U.S., according to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Most people are spending the night either in homeless shelters or in some sort of short-term transitional...

 

Valley County Seeks Input on Growth Policy

Valley County is seeking the public’s input on the Valley County Growth Project. The county is updating the Growth Policy and residents can provide input to the process by completing the online survery at www.surveymonkey.com/r/ValleyCo. Paper...

 

Looking Back To Move Forward

Mary Helland loves history. History is the lifeblood of her store, Mary's Mercantile on Front Street in Glasgow. Everything about the establishment is a throwback to an earlier time, an homage to the...

 

More COVID Payments For Farmers and Ranchers

American farmers and ranchers should expect details on a second round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program payments this week. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has long hinted that another round of payments would be coming for producers. He confi...

 

TC Energy Looks To Comply With CWA

The Keystone XL Pipeline project is making a step forward after being told by Federal Judge Brian Morris and the Supreme Court of the United States they could not proceed under Nationwide Permit (NWP) 12 earlier this year. On Aug. 14, the U.S. Army...

 

MT Air National Guard Visits Wokal

Wokal Field, the Glasgow-Valley County Airport, played host to an unusual visitor Aug. 25. A C130H plane touched down, part of the Montana Air National Guard's effort to improve community relations...

 

Nine More Cases Added To VC Total

The Valley County Health Department confirmed nine more cases of COVID-19 in the county over the past week. Cases 38 and 39 were announced on Aug. 26, case 40 was announced on Aug. 29 and cases 41 through 46 were announced on Sept. 1. Case 38 is a fe...

 

A Part Of Western Art

One paints with oils, the other paints with words. The two artists of different mediums came together to share their work with the Glasgow community this past Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Wheatgrass...

 

Students and Teachers Return To Classrooms

Valley County students have returned back to the classroom over the past two weeks. Opheim Schools and Lustre Christian started back into the classroom on Aug. 19, Glasgow and Hinsdale started back...

 

VC Man Killed in Vehicle Rollover Near Glasgow

The Montana Highway Patrol reported that Daniel Rogenes was killed when he rolled his vehicle while traveling on Highway 24 South just outside Glasgow in the early morning hours on Aug. 30. The vehicle was discovered at 7:30 a.m. According to the inv...

 

Wildfire Burns Over 3,000 Acres West Of The Pines

Lightning set off a wildfire on Bureau of Land Management land west of the Pines Recreation area on Fort Peck Lake the night of Aug 20 or early morning on Aug. 21, according to Montana Department of...

 

VC Opts For Mail Ballots

At their regularly-scheduled meeting on Aug. 19, the Valley County Commissioners voted unanimously to move to a mail ballot election, with the option of in-person voting, for the 2020 general election. Ballots will be mailed out for the Tuesday,...

 

Treasure Trail Plans To Increase Capability

On Aug. 4, Governor Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Agriculture announced that more than $7.5 million would be distributed to meat processors across the state. The coronavirus relief funds...

 

Saving An Ancient Fish

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Fisheries Biologist Tyler Haddix knows just how complicated Pallid Sturgeon recovery in the Upper-Missouri River Basin can be, he's been working on it for 15 years....

 

VCHD Update On COVID-19

Editor’s Note: The Valley County Health Department and Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital confirmed one case of COVID-19 over the past week. As of Aug. 23, the county has three active cases with 34 recovered and 37 total cases. Case 37 is a female...

 

Train Collides With Vehicle Near Vandalia

The Montana Highway Patrol has told the Courier that a train struck a pick up truck at the Montfort Rd crossing south of Vandalia at about 9:10 the morning of Aug. 27. The truck was carrying only the driver, who suffered minor injuries, according to...

 

Valley County Implements Stage I Fire Restrictions

At their regular meeting on Aug. 26, the Valley County Commissioners unanimously voted to approve the recommendation from Valley County co-Fire Wardens Bob Hanson and Rob Brunelle to move the county to State I Fire Restrictions. The restrictions...

 

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