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Northeast Montana Fair 2022

The 2022 NEMT Fair featured entertainment for fans of all ages from Montana Premiere Entertainment Fun Time to the Ned Ledoux and Clay Walker concert culminating the fair Saturday night. Milk River...

 

Valley View Home Obtains Another $500,000 From County

During their Discussion and Decision meeting on Aug. 3, the Valley County Commissioners in attendance, Commissioner Paul Tweten and Commissioner John Fahlgren, voted to provide Valley View Home another $500,000 appropriation to help keep the nursing...

 

Water and Sewer Rates For Glasgow Customers Will Increase

During the Glasgow City Council meeting on Aug. 1, the Council gave final approval for an annual two percent increase in water and sewer rates for city customers through September 2027. The initial increase will see the base rate of residential...

 

$57 Million For Broadband in Rural Montana Communities and Indian Country Secured Valley County, Fort Peck Indian Reservation and Roosevelt County Will Benefit

A total of $57 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Utilities Service ReConnect grants for broadband expansion in rural areas and Indian Country has been secured by the federal government. The grants, which were funded through...

 

BLM Breaks Ground On Grub Dam Rehabilitation GAOA Project

Great American Outdoors Act funding is giving the Bureau of Land Management's Grub Dam a new lease on life in Valley County, Montana.ç Workers receåntly broke ground on a rehabilitation project to...

 

VC Commissioners Approve Putting Marijuana Excise Tax On November Ballot

After initially meeting on July 20 and then postponing the final decision until July 27, the Valley County Commissioners voted to put Resolution No. 19-2022 on the November ballot, which would present to voters the question of a three percent excise...

 

Frazer Healing Week

Frazer Schools' Healing Week came at a needed time this year. As the school and community mourns the loss of their special education teacher Lorena Mast, youth from across Fort Peck Reservation...

 

Glentana Hit By EF-2 Tornado

An EF-2 tornado directly hit the small community of Glentana July 18 causing extensive damage to property but, to the relief of residents, community members emerged unscathed. According to the...

 

Traffic Accident Results In Three Fatalities

At approximately 10:45 in the morning, on Saturday, July 23, a two-vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of US Highway 2 and MT Highway 117, near the town of Nashua. Nine individuals were involved, two adults in one vehicle traveling east,...

 

Nesbitt Wins Debut MMA Match

KillEagle Promotions was in town again July 23 for another round of MMA fights. The highlight – at least for the hometown crowd – was Damien Nesbitt’s debut and first-round victory. With only...

 

Alive at Five 'Down the Dog'

Round two of the "Down The Dog" challenge occurred at Alive at Five on July 20 in front of Hi-Line Eye Care in Glasgow. Glasgow Police Chief Robert Weber, Storm Jackson and Juice Fischer all competed...

 

Valley View Nursing Home On COVID Lock Down

Valley View Nursing Home is currently experiencing an increase in COVID-19 cases and as a result have locked their doors. They are strongly discouraging any visitors to the facility at this time. They are offering window visits and video chats to...

 

Parking Incident Results in Arrest

On, July 15, at around 6:30 p.m., the Glasgow Police Department was notified of a serious disturbance between multiple people on Jet Drive, stemming from a parking complaint. The caller reported a 49-year-old male of Glasgow had come onto their...

 

Hinsdale Voters Pass Building Reserve Levies

The Hinsdale School District held a special election on July 12 asking voters to pass a Hinsdale Building Reserve fund for the high school in the amount of $805,975 and to pass an Elementary Building Reserve Fund in the amount of $332,561. These...

 

Daines and Tester Put Stop To Closure of Glasgow VA

Twelve U.S. Senators, including Montana’s Jon Tester (D) and Steve Daines (R) released a statement at the end of June vowing not to approve any members to the Asset and Infrastructure Review (AIR) Commission that was set to consider recommendations...

 

Cleaning Up The Town

Since taking over as Glasgow’s code compliance officer position at the end of last year, Rod Dees has had one goal in mind: cleaning up the town. With the increase of abandoned buildings and junk vehicles in public view, in addition to weedy lots...

 
 By For the Courier    News    July 20, 2022

Governor Gianforte Promotes Launch of Montana 988 Lifeline

On July 12, Governor Greg Gianforte joined Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials, mental health and crisis lifeline experts, and Montana State University (MSU) officials to promote the launch of the Montana 988 Suicide...

 
 By FWP    News    July 20, 2022

Mule Deer Shot And Left Near Kerr Road South of Opheim

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 game wardens are seeking any information regarding a mule deer buck that was shot and left to waste about 15 miles southwest of Opheim, on the junction of Kerr Road and Golden Valley Road in Valley County....

 
 By For the Courier    News    July 20, 2022

Class Spotlight - Opheim Class of 1978

The Opheim High School Class of 1978 funded a new "Welcome to Opheim, Home of the Vikings" sign. During the 2022 Opheim Reunion, the sign that stands at the south end of Opheim, was officially...

 

Glentana Hit by Tornado-Warned Storm

Update: The National Weather Service in Glasgow confirmed an EF-2 tornado hit Glentana. A tornado-warned storm went through Glentana July 18. The small community experienced extensive damage with...

 

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