Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia and Glasgow-born Michael McFaul recently spoke at the University of Montana’s Mansfield Institute to discuss a range of topics including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He believes Vladimir Putin underestimated its resistance and is now changing Russia’s plans.
Eastern Montana Experiencing Potentially Historic Snowfall
The Montana Department of Transportation closed Interstate 94 Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock from Billings to the border with North Dakota due to extremely heavy snow fall. Brandon Bigelbach with the National Weather Service in Glasgow on the forecast for conditions in the Northeast region of Montana.
NRECA President Details Pandemic Adjustments For Rural Electric Cooperatives
The pandemic has affected everyone including rural electric cooperatives. The National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association is holding its annual convention in Nashville, Tennessee. On Voices of Montana Monday President Chris Christensen, who is also a board member of Glasgow’s Norval Electric Co-Op with 19 employees, talked about it.
Electric Co-Ops Investing In Improved Cyber Security
With Russia invading Ukraine, security issues in the U.S. are of growing concern. The National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association is holding its annual meeting in Nashville. Monday, on Voices of Montana, its president and Glasgow’s Norval Electric Co-Op Director Chris Christensen had an example.
Schools Across Montanan Moving To Remote Classes
Due to statewide annual educator conferences no public-school classes will be held in Montana Thursday and Friday. The Darby school district is switching to remote learning today and Wednesday due to staff shortages. In Glasgow, school classes are not being held through Wednesday. In Livingston, the school board has voted to hold middle and hi...
General Karen Gibson Talks About Her New Position In The U.S. Senate
SafeWise has announced the release of its 7th annual 5 safest cities in Montana report for 2021. Glendive kept the top spot for the second year in a row and had the lowest violent crime rate in the state with just 5 total violent crimes reported. Dillon comes in second with Columbia Falls third. Glasgow is rated the 4th safest city in Montana ...