Submitted to the I-O by Kristi Calvery
The year 2014 marks a celebration for Women’s Suffrage in Montana. It was a battle fought with passion for women like Ella Knowles, Adda Hamilton, and Jeanette Rankin.
Against the odds, Hamilton was elected the first County Superintendent in Gallatin County in 1884, even before women had the right to vote in school elections. This was just the beginning.
It was announced at the city council meeting on Tuesday that the city of Glasgow has requested that their CTEP funds be gifted to Conrad.
Finance Officer Agnes Fowler worked to make this possible. In addition, the county has also made a gift of $40,586 which means the city now has $205,392 of CTEP funds for their Historic Pedestrian Lighting Project.
Submitted by Jessi Lytle, NMJRDD
Summer is almost here, and that means cleaning out your garage or possibly doing some remodeling on your home. We, at the Northern Montana Joint Refuse Disposal District, are here to help you do it right.
For your convenience, there are six (6) Roll-off Sites available as well as the main landfill site located at 1479 Valier Hwy. 44 E. Our Roll-Off Sites are in Brady, Choteau, Conrad, Cut Bank, Dupuyer and Valier.