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Glasgow Native Chosen To Participate In Equine Training

Glasgow native and Nashua graduate Shaylin Barnett has received the opportunity of a lifetime to participate in the Equest PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) International-App...

 

USMCA Passes the Senate

Despite prognostications that any action on the USMCA would be delayed due to the upcoming presidential impeachment hearings in the Senate, the trade agreement has passed out of the upper chamber and is on its way to the President’s desk for his...

 

Nashua Resident Advocates For Local Farmers and Ranchers

Over the past few months, Nashua resident John Walker has been keeping busy being an advocate for farmers and ranchers of all ages. In September he was elected President of the Valley County Farm...

 

Nashua Sixth-Grader Awarded County Winner For Drawing

Nashua sixth-grader Madison Harris, in addition to some of her classmates, participated in the Ag in Color Drawing contest, which is a part of Montana Farm Bureau Federation's Montana Youth (MT)...

 

Albertsons Buys Former Shopko Property

A special warranty deed filed with the Valley County Clerk and Recorder’s Office states that the property formerly owned by Shopko has been transferred to Albertsons LLC. The transfer presumably sets up the possibility that the local Albertsons...

 

GHS Reps Classic Poets at P.O.L.

Glasgow High School held their annual Poetry Out Loud competition Jan. 6, in the Valley County Pioneer Museum. With a last-minute addition, a total of 25 students competed in this year's recitation...

 

Arielle Chapman Earns Advanced Floral Design Cert

Arielle Chapman, of Glasgow Flower and Gift, recently received her advanced floral design certificate from the Floral Design Institute, joining owner Peggy Aakre and coworker Jasmine Freuh who have...

 

Stone's Next Battle

When I met Joyce Stone for the first official time at Soma Dis Deli on Jan. 10, it was obvious that she was not like most of the political candidates I had interviewed in past and current races. She...

 

EMTs Turn Out in Glasgow For STAT Air Training

According to organizer and STAT Air Ambulance Clinical Nurse Manager Kyle Gibson, 65 people came out to attend a bi-annual continuing education training put on by the organization. Gibson described su...

 

GPD: DB's Burglarized, Three DUIs in the City

The Glasgow Police Department has charged a 55-year-old Glasgow man with felony burglary and theft after he was discovered leaving DB’s Bar and Casino in the late evening hours of Jan. 10. According to Sgt. Robert Weber with the GPD, two officers...

 

Fort Peck Summer Theatre Extends Christmas Magic

The Fort Peck Summer Theatre troupe brought their thespian magic to Glasgow over the winter break, extending the magic of Christmas for a few more days. The FPST designed, rehearsed and produced "A Ch...

 

Age Increases To 21 To Purchase Tobacco Products

A new U.S. law went into effect at the end of 2019 prohibiting the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. Local stores are complying with the change notifying patrons with signs at the register and on the doors as they walk in....

 

Trump Expected To Sign Phase One Of China Deal On Jan. 15

President Donald Trump announced on Dec. 31, via his official Twitter account, he has plans to sign the first phase of the trade deal with China on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the White House. The first phase saw Washington agreeing to cancel some new...

 

Seven More Scotties Receive Aid from GHS Educational Trust

At its recent semi-annual meeting, trustees of the Glasgow High School Educational Trust awarded financial aid to seven GHS alumni who will be attending college or trade school during the spring 2020 semester. These seven are in addition to the 27...

 

"2019" The Year in Review

January 2019 Buerkle Hangs Up His Hat - Sheriff to Retire After 43 Years in LE Former Undersheriff Faces Rape Charge - State Amends Previous Charge Alleging Intercourse with 14-Year Old Farm Bill...

 

A Jubilant Convocation

A convocation (also called a jubilee or a tower) of bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) has settled in at Fort Peck Dam over the past few weeks. The birds, which number in the tens to hundreds, are...

 

Glasgow Schools Welcome New Teachers in 2019

Glasgow Public Schools have welcomed several new teachers this school year. From Irle to Glasgow Middle School to Glasgow High School, these educators have already been making a difference in the lives of their students. At Irle School, the faculty...

 

Zerbe Bros. Sharing Love, Shoes

This Christmas season, Zerbe Bros. is asking the community to consider adding one more gift to their list. There won’t be any need for more shopping though. Owner Galen Zerbe, at the suggestion of his bookkeeper McKenzie Kalinski, set up a...

 

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...

 

Knights of Columbus Make Christmas Merrier for Valley County Food Bank

"To be quite honest, I'm blown away by it." Those were the grateful words from Pat Hallett who volunteers at the Valley County Emergency Food Bank regarding the $3,000 donated by the Knights of...

 

Search and Rescue New Year's Eve Rides

Valley County Search and Rescue is once again partnering with local wrecker companies and fire departments with support from the DUI Task Force to provide rides on New Year’s Eve. The annual program is offered free-of-charge to anyone who is... Full story

 

New North American Trade Deal Moving Forward

The United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) took a major step forward to implementation on Dec. 10 when the House of Representatives announced it had reached a deal with the Trump...

 

Block of Bucks Sets Record

Block of Bucks has been an annual fundraising tradition in the community for many years. Organized by a committee within the local Soroptimist International to raise funds that helps eligible area families purchase winter clothing and outwear for...

 

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