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 By Courier Staff    News    January 26, 2022 

Road to the 2022 Election

As of Monday, 15 candidates have filed Declarations for Nomination for several government positions in Valley County up for grabs in 2022. Filing began on Jan. 13 and will conclude March 14. The...

 
 By Reese Johnson    News    January 26, 2022 

'Bird, Bird, Bird ... Bird is the Word'

A male grey Partridge tries to blend into his surroundings recently in a field south of Nashua. In North America, this species is found primarily in cultivated fields and grasslands with...

 
 By Cameron Evans    News    January 26, 2022 

State Laws Aim to Regulate 'Troubled Teen Industry'

Five days after Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed a law meant to provide stronger oversight of the more than 100 residential youth treatment programs operating in the state, a 12-year-old boy arrived at...

 

IRS begins 2022 tax season, urges extra caution to file accurate tax returns

The Internal Revenue Service today kicked off the 2022 tax filing season with an urgent reminder to taxpayers to take extra precautions this year to file an accurate tax return electronically to help...

 

VCCF Application Deadlines Set

Application due dates have been set for community grants and scholarships offered by the Valley County Community Foundation, announced Doris Leader of Nashua who serves as VCCF board chair. First up will be applications for the general grant program...

 

911 Calls for Jan. 13 through Jan. 14, 2022

Thursday, Jan. 13 • 08:04:35 - Male caller reported a manhole cover that is tipped up and open in front of the courthouse. The male is concerned that someone is going to drive into it and get their tire down in the hole. Called the city street...

 

'Always on Call'

Firefighters early Sunday morning responded to reports of a house fire on Meadow Court Cul-de-Sac. Upon entering the home, the firefighters found a smoldering chair. A resident of the home was taken...

 

Holt to Compete at National Competition

Zora Holt, 15, of Hinsdale High School, is preparing for the 75th annual Society for Range Management (SRM) High School Youth Forum (HSYF), where she will compete against teens from across the...

 

New Chili Champs Reign in Valley County

BrandyLee Loran and her mother Dawna Spaulding have earned the title for best chili in Valley County. They went head to head with several other teams Saturday during the 4th annual Elks Chili...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    January 19, 2022

ServSafe Food Manager Class Offered Feb. 22

Montana Department of Agriculture, your local health departments and Montana State University Extension work hard to make sure safe food is prepared and served in restaurants and other food establishments. Montana State University Extension helps...

 

911 Calls for Jan. 10 to Jan. 12, 2022

Monday, Jan. 10 • 16:34:42 - Caller advised she has a vehicle parked at the listed location. The drive Shaft broke on her way to work this morning. She had help pushing the vehicle off to a side road out of the way. She wanted to let us know she...

 

CARE Coalition Champions Behavioral Health

Data gathered from our state and nation continues to show that 1 in 5 persons deal with behavior health problems that interfere with a normal functioning life. This data means that about 1,500...

 

Keystone Pipeline Lawsuit Tossed

Citing an amicus brief filed by TC Energy, a federal judge on Jan. 6 dismissed as moot a 23-state case filed against President Biden over his decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline cross border permit on his first day in office. In his...

 
 By JUSTIN FRANZ    News    January 12, 2022

Medical Marijuana Users Brace for Shortages

More than a year after voters approved legalizing marijuana for recreational use in Montana, anyone older than 21 can now walk into a dispensary and buy cannabis. That has medical marijuana user Joylynn Mane Wright worried. Wright lives in Prairie...

 

Tasha Morehouse-Mix Reappointed as City Judge

Tasha Morehouse-Mix has been reappointed as the Glasgow City Court judge. The term, approved by the Glasgow City Council during their regular Jan. 33 meeting, will last for four years. Morehouse-Mix succeeded former Judge Lynn Gilbert, who retired...

 

2021 VCCF Grant Summary

In 2021, the Valley County Community Foundation donated $33,473 for several improvements. Over the past 21 years, VCCF has donated $366,587 in grants and scholarships. “This year’s grants paid for all or part of each of these improvements,...

 

911 Calls

There were 29 motor vehicle stops, eight dog/cat control calls, five assist citizen/public assists, three reports for record, two inspection requests, two animal control calls, one hazard, one parking violation, one abandoned vehicle and one system...

 

The Wild West of Weed in Valley County

In Valley County, it is no longer the case of smoke it if you can find it, but smoke it if you want it. As of Jan. 1, Montanans age 21 and older can legally purchase and use marijuana for...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

Montana Minimum Wage Increases

Valley County residents employed at minimum wage jobs will see an increase in their paychecks this month. As of Jan. 1, Montana’s Minimum Wage has increased to $9.20, pursuant to §39-3-409, Montana Code Annotated. Montana statute requires the...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

VCSO Recieves Funding for Police K-9

The Valley County Sheriff’s Office has received $10,460 in grant funding to obtain and train new canine units to crack down on illegal drugs being trafficked into Montana. The grant was announced recently by Montana Attorney General Austin...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

News Briefs for Jan. 5, 2022

Kiwanis Sing Christmas Carols The Glasgow Kiwanis Club was joined by five students from the Glasgow High School Key Club, and 15 from the Glasgow Middle School Builders Club (2 advisors and 13 students) to sing Christmas Carols at Nemont Manor at...

 

911 Calls for Dec. 23 through Dec. 26, 2021

There were 16 motor vehicle stops, five assist citizen/public assists, two animal control calls, two dog/cat control calls, two hazards, one inspection and one report for record. Monday, Dec. 20 • 2306 – Officer said an individual reported...

 

Some Groups Left Out of Covid Test Giveaway Program

As Montana's tally of new covid cases neared 1,000 each day in September, Shelly Stanley-Lehman worried about when the virus would reach her day care in Billings. She wanted to have covid tests on...

 

Top Headlining Articles of 2020

Biden Intends to Rescind Keystone XL Permit JAN. 20 - In yet another setback to TC Energy and the building of the Keystone XL pipeline, CBC in Canada was first to report on Jan. 17 confirmation of...

 

Knights of Columbus Donate 100 Hams for Christmas

About 100 families waited patiently in line the afternoon of Dec. 21 to receive a food bag from the Valley Community Food Bank. Because it was the week of Christmas, the bags included a few extra...

 

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