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Relay Brings People Together Despite Hot Weather

On a hot August evening Aug. 11, people from different generations, people with different experiences with cancer, people who have fought and are currently fighting the battle against cancer came...

 

Local Talent Shines at NEMT Fair

The New Stars in the Western Sky Talent Show brought together people of all ages to watch participants showcase a wide variety of musical talent at the Northeast Montana Fairgrounds on Aug. 3. Kicking off the show was Nashua native and Scobey...

 

Updated Vaccinations from VCHD

In our Back to School supplement that was included in our Aug. 8 issue, it was incorrectly stated that 11th-graders are required to have three vaccines before entering school. Students who are entering 11th-grade are not required to have any new...

 

Finally Enjoying the Fair with Family and Friends

After three years of being a Glasgow resident, I was finally able to make it to the NEMT Fair. I had always thought of the fair as being an exclusive event for 4-H kids to sell their livestock, for buyers who had an interest in purchasing livestock,...

 

Solutions and Relief Still Hot Topics for Farm Bill

In the evening hours of July 31, the U.S. Senate voted to move the farm bill to conference following in the footsteps of the U.S. House who agreed to do the same two weeks ago. The next step to get the Farm Bill passed is to reconcile the two differe...

 

Dry and Hot Conditions Dominated July

The National Weather Service in Glasgow has analyzed weather patterns that occurred for the month of July, and tells the Courier July was certainly drier than normal and slightly warmer than normal. Through July 10, Glasgow was close to normal for pr...

 

Kudos To All The Mothers Out There

As mothers might agree, being a mother is hard work. Balancing the life of raising children, working in order to contribute to expenses, keeping laundry caught up, dishes washed and a house livable, while also taking care of yourself and keeping...

 

Minnesota Musicians Bring Fun to GCCL

Award-winning entertainers Jack and Kitty, from Minneapolis, Minn., made at stop at the Glasgow City-County Library on July 12 to entertain grandparents, parents and children of all ages with their fe...

 

Milk River Days See Large Crowds, Festive Displays

Families, couples, individuals and children armed with bags to fill with treats, filed up and down Montana Street in downtown Hinsdale during Milk River Days on July 4. The parade kicked off with Amer...

 

GHS Student Reaches for the Stars

Glasgow High School student Garrett Lloyd has been accepted into the Western Aerospace Scholars Summer Residency which will allow him to participate in a six-day experience in Helena this August. Lloyd was accepted into the Western Aerospace Scholars...

 

One Dead, Two Injured In Crash Near Saco

On July 5, at approximately 1:45 p.m., the Phillips County Sheriff’s Office received reports of a single vehicle accident approximately one mile east of Saco at mile marker 500 on Highway 2. Responders from Saco, Hinsdale and Malta as well as medic...

 

Alice Rocks the Glasgow City-County Library With Area Youth at the Queen of Hearts Dance Party

From Fort Peck Theatre for Young Audiences production of Alice's Rockin' Adventures in Wonderland, Alice (played by Tommi Prewett) took a break from rehearsals to read and dance with area children at...

 

Lightning Myths Debunked: When 'Thunder Roars, Get Indoors'

The summer months bring time on the lake, baseball games, grill outs, bonfires and park time for families. It also brings chances for severe weather, including thunder and lightning. The National...

 

Hinsdale FFA and Member Johnson Recognized at State Level

This spring, Montana FFA Foundation awarded over $60,000 in scholarships and grants to FFA members and chapters throughout the state. Hinsdale FFA was one of three FAA chapters to be awarded a Helping Hands grant and FFA member Mickayla Johnson...

 

Interpretive Center Offering Lots of Interactive Exhibits for Families

The Fort Peck Interpretive Center will be providing a number of activities for children and families this weekend, July 6 through 8. There will be a variety of displays, handouts and activities related to the various moon phases, a bat walk and owl...

 

Newton Wins Third Emmy, 10th MBA

The National Academy of Television Arts and Science Northwest Awards were held on June 9, in Seattle, Wash., Glasgow's own Shawn Newton walked the red carpet and brought home an Emmy for his work on...

 

Abigail Helland Takes the Runner-Up Spot at Miss Montana Competition

Abigail Helland, of Glasgow, was one of ten women competing for the title of Miss Montana in Glendive this past weekend, June 14-16. This was Helland's third year competiting, and she was excited to...

 

Another Successful Year for VCCC

For the 36th year, the Valley County community has donated funds to the Valley County Combined Campaign in order to help raise funds for nonprofit organizations in the county. According to Board President and Treasurer of the Valley County Combined...

 

We Need You to Help Us Cover Valley County

Every week, the team at the Glasgow Courier works hard to scout out the stories, to capture the essence of what is going on in Glasgow, the county and even the world. We ask the tough questions, we dig deep to get the correct facts, we make sure all...

 

Register Now for the 2018 Domestic Violence Kickball Tournament

Love Should Not Hurt, comprised of Lacie Brown and Jenny McCabe, as well as Glasgow Police Department Victim Services, is asking for individuals and businesses to register a team for the first annual domestic violence kickball tournament set to take...

 

Come Discover Pollinators at Interpretive Center

The Fort Peck Interpretive Center will be providing a number of activities for children and families this weekend, June 22 through 24. There will be a variety of displays, handouts and activities related to pollinators and the benefits to our... Full story

 

Glasgow Weather Service Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

The National Weather Service in Glasgow celebrated their diamond anniversary on June 6. For 75 years, our local meteorologists have done our community a great service by providing each and every one...

 

School's Out Carnival Brings Families Together

Families and children alike were able to enjoy the nice weather on June 9, to celebrate the beginning of the summer with the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana Third Annual School's Out Carnival....

 

Proud to Call 'Middle of Nowhere' Home

Three years ago this week I moved to the middle of nowhere. Even before the Washington Post designation and the national attention, I always thought of Glasgow as being Middle of Nowhere, USA. What I didn’t know after moving here is that, I would c...

 

Glasgow McDonald's Getting Major Face-Lift

Over the past few weeks, McDonald's in Glasgow has been a whirlwind of activity. The lobby area of the restaurant has been closed since May 14, while construction crews overhaul the inside and outside to make the dining experience more friendly and...

 

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