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We Support Joe Horn for Valley County Sheriff

The Sheriff election is probably the most important issue on the voting ballot this year for Valley County. Back in 2002, Glenn Meier ran for Sheriff. At that time, he said one of the biggest assets was the knowledge of the county roads and trails learned from his brand inspector job. He was right.


Gianforte Staff Holding Mobile Office Hours in Glasgow

Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte recently announced that Tayla Snapp, a member of his staff, will be conducting mobile office hours in Valley County on Wednesday, Oct. 24, starting at 2 p.m.


Gamas Running to Take JoP Seat

Christine Gamas is in the running to claim the Valley County Justice of the Peace seat in November's upcoming election. Gamas, who currently serves as the Clerk of Justice Court, is running against her current boss, Justice Christy Hillman.


Upcoming Events in the Area

The Valley County Pioneer Museum is open for visitors Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For special appointments or events, call 406-228-8692.


21 Seconds, 3 Yards, 6 Points

The Oct. 12 contest held in Glasgow was stagnate for the majority of the night, with neither side making any progress on the field. Offensively, the Scotties struggled to score. They came within scoring position a number of times but could not capitalize on the opportunity. "I think senior night ner


Hinsdale FFA Member Selected to Compete Nationally

The Hinsdale FFA Chapter has been selected to compete for national recognition in the career development event Creed at the 90th National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis, Ind., Oct 25 through Oct. 28. FFA member and sophomore at Hinsdale School Danika Soper will be representing the chapter a


Lady Scots Win Two in a Row

The girls traveled to Malta to take on the M-Ettes on Oct. 11. Glasgow defeated their rival in four games: 25-22, 25-20, 12-25, 25-17.


Nemont Manor Comes Under New Ownership, Closes Food Services

Nemont Manor was recently sold by its former board of directors to Affiliated Developers Inc., a 501(c)3 based in Berkley, Mich. Over the summer, concerns were raised publicly about the acquisition in an open letter by James Rickley that some of the residents were informed they may not meet the inco


MT Glasgow MT Zone Forecast

MT Glasgow MT Zone Forecast for Tuesday, October 16, 2018—————613 FPUS55 KGGW 170936


Fort Peck Interpretive Center Fall Hours

Come celebrate National Fossil Day on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Fort Peck Interpretive Center. There are plenty of opportunities to get close to those creatures and their bones from 65 million years ago.


Rosendale Out of Touch with Eastern Montana

During Rosendale’s 2014 campaign for the House of Representatives, he called for the transfer of federally managed public lands to the state. Even going so far as to claimBureau of Land Managementlands were unconstitutional. That same year, in an interview during the race, he called PILT (Payments i


Culbertson hospital fires nurse hired despite child porn conviction

BILLINGS — A small eastern Montana hospital has fired a nurse it recently hired even though she had a child pornography conviction.Officials with Roosevelt Medical Center in Culbertson said Denise Carlson started work on Oct. 1.Hospital leaders invited community members to a meeting two days later,


Roosevelt Medical Center board votes to terminate hired sex offender

In a Facebook statement Wednesday, RMC says the board of directors met Tuesday to review comments from citizens who attended the Oct. 3 meeting about RMC's decision to hire Denise Carlson, a nurse who is a registered sex offender.


Glasgow Driver License Station Closure for State-Wide Training

The Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is closing the Glasgow CDL testing area and the Glasgow Driver License Station, located at 839 1st Ave S #1, from Monday, Oct. 15, to Friday, Oct. 19, for state-wide employee training.


VC Sheriff's Deputy Charged with Felony Sexual Abuse of a Child

According to court documents, Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) was contacted in May 2018, regarding allegations of improprieties of a sexual nature by Valley County Sheriff's Deputy Luke Strommen. During the course of the investigation a possible victim was identified, who was 17 years old a


Unshelved at GCCL: Accessing Digital Content

Libraries have rapidly advanced in technology over the last few years, and we would like to keep you updated as to what is available. We have many patrons whom we seldom see, but they constantly use our ebook and downloadable audiobook formats.


Recent Influx of Hand Foot and Mouth

Any parent with young children might be hearing through their child’s school or daycare that Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease is affecting youngsters in the community. According to the Glasgow Clinic, there has been a recent influx of the disease, however the number of cases are unknown as not all famil


Big Sky Series Brings Artists to Schools

"I was in those exact same seats, watching these very same performances." Though those same seats she referred to were in Malta, not Glasgow, the sentiment expressed by Kristen Estelle rang through. Her hard work and pursuit of her musical dreams brought her back to northeastern Montana to perform a


Glasgow Celebrates Coffee with a Cop

On a chilly, snowy Wednesday morning, officers from theGlasgow Police Department, deputies from the Valley County Sheriff's office and Montana Highway Patrol officers came out and chatted with local residents at both the Loaded Toad and Hot Shots Espresso to celebrate National Coffee with a Cop Day


Northeast Montana Ag Expo Coming to Glasgow

Farmers, ranchers, and community members alike are asked to mark Friday, Oct. 12, on their calendar. It is on this date that the inaugural Northeast Montana Ag Expo will be held at the Valley Event Center.