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Glasgow Awarded Small System Award

Mayor Becky Erickson is proud to announce that the City of Glasgow was awarded the Montana Water Environment Association 2016 Small System Award. The MWEA selects a small community wastewater facility that is exceptionally well run and maintained to... Full story

 

Mayor Speaks on City Issues

Editorial note: Due to a printing error on Oct. 19, the Courier is rerunning the following article with updated content. Mayor Becky Erickson and Director of Public Works Rob Kompel sat down with the Courier to discuss the city’s success in... Full story

 

Mayor Speaks on City Issues

Mayor Becky Erickson and Director of Public Works Rob Kompel sat down with the Courier to discuss the city’s success in soliciting grants, raising money for the recent fire truck purchase, handling the declared state of emergency, the final stage... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – OCT. 20 7 p.m. - American Legion Auxiliary #41 meets at the VFW Hall in Glasgow. SATURDAY – OCT. 22 The annual FMDH Foundation Dinner at the Cottonwood Inn. A no-host social begins at 5:30 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6. Dinner... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

SATURDAY – OCT. 15 Deadline to apply for GHS Educational Trust financial assistance for the Spring 2017 term. Apps must be postmarked or hand delivered to Danielle Anderson at First Community Bank by the 15th. More info at ghsedutrust.org. Opheim... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

TUESDAY – OCT. 11 5:30 p.m. - A BBQ hosted by Glasgow Volunteer and Long Run Volunteer fire departments in the Shopko Parking Lot starting at 5:30 p.m. in support of Fire Prevention Week. WEDNESDAY – OCT. 12 Foot care starting at 1:30 p.m. in Nas... Full story

 
 By Courier Staff    News    August 17, 2016

Summing Up Sam's Supper Club

Sitting down to review Sam's Supper Club for this issue resulted in strong opinions from longtime Glasgow residents and recent transplants alike. The following is the straight scoop from the... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 20, 2016

City Council Brief

Glasgow’s City Council met July 18 for their bi-weekly council meeting. A first reading of Ordinance No. 952 included changes to clarify parts of the ordinance. The ordinance will be read a second time at the next city council meeting before it mov...

 

Foundation "ParTEE" Golf Tournament

The rain stopped just in time for the 18th Annual Open Golf Tournament on June 12. The teams came out to support a great cause and great community, even with 1.5 inches of rain on the course. Each of the 18 teams registered, had breakfast and were...

 

Glasgow Launches Downtown Revitalization Plan

In January of 2015, the City of Glasgow contracted with Land Solutions, LLC to prepare a Downtown Revitalization Plan. The plan launched the creation of a downtown association or revitalization group...

 

Glasgow Public Works Begins $300K Paving Project

Glasgow Public Works Director Rob Kompel and Mayor Becky Erickson recently provided details on a paving project set to begin Monday, June 6, and run for up to two weeks. The project is Glasgow’s first major paving and chip-sealing project in two...

 
 By James Walling    News    May 4, 2016

City Council Brief

Council members attended to old and ongoing business at the May 2 Glasgow City Council meeting. Among the items on the agenda were a bid opening for the purchase of a new mower for use at the...

 

Water Service for City of Glasgow

Dear Residents: As you have probably heard, city of Glasgow has been in the process of determining which courses of action to take in regards to the future source of Glasgow’s drinking water. As a public water provider, the city understands the... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    April 20, 2016

Grobel Scholarship Marks 18 Years

Cheryl, Lois and Stephen Grobel hosted a Scholarship Dinner April 16 at the Cottonwood Inn & Suites. Approximately 60 people were in attendance, including current and former scholarship...

 

Letter to the People of Glasgow

Letter to the People of Glasgow The Flint Michigan water crisis sprang from government officials’ decision in April 2014, to switch the city’s water source temporality and use water from the Flint River (once an industrial dump site) as a cost-cu... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    March 23, 2016

City Council: In Brief

Adam Morehouse was approved as a hire for a vacant position in the city's street department at the March 21 meeting of the Glasgow City Council, marking a return to the crew after a stint with the...

 
 By James Walling    News    February 3, 2016

City Discusses Furloughs, Grant Monies

The Feb. 1 meeting of the Glasgow City Council was a mixture of good news and bad. In the latter category, the council announced that hoped-for resiliency grant monies from the federal government in t...

 
 By James Walling    News    January 20, 2016

City Releases Grant Disbursement Figures

The City of Glasgow is currently overseeing the distribution of $697,044.63 in grants raised beginning in 2014. A little less than half the total amount ($333,167) is designated for use by a new drug court. According to Mayor Becky Erickson, “This... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    January 6, 2016

City Council Update

The Glasgow City Council met for a brief, post-holiday session in council chambers on Jan. 4. Among the agenda items addressed were the approval of two Dry Prairie Rural Water easments. Both are...

 

City Council Says Farewell to Durell

The Dec. 21 city council meeting saw the passing of the torch from Glasgow’s Dan Durell to newcomer Butch Heitman, who beat out Doug Nistler for the seat by 27 votes. Durell, who is retiring, served on the council for 23 years. Members of the... Full story

 

Vets Stand Proud at Civic Center Ceremony

A sizable crowd gathered at the Glasgow Civic Center on Veterans Day to celebrate area residents who have served in the armed forces. The GHS band provided music, along with the EQ Singers. Joe...

 
 By Patrick Burr    News    November 11, 2015

Keystone XL Pipeline Derailed

Despite the recent rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline by President Obama in anticipation of December’s COP 21 UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, many residents in Valley County rue the project’s demise. “It’s a poor decision,” said D...

 

Where Are We Now?

Cherry Creek & Milk River Levee System is a vital piece of the city’s infrastructure system that is not only critical to the welfare and safety of our community but also bogged down in federal regulation. An array of complex issues and opinions as...

 

City-County News in Brief

The Board of Valley County Commissioners approved the granting of $60,000 towards the repair of Skylark Road at its Sept. 16 meeting. The motion passed unanimously — though Committee Chairman Bruce Peterson expressed concern as to the source of...

 

City Government Tables Talks on Fire Truck Funding, Hires New Attorney

Fifty-plus Glasgow citizens packed into the city chamber room at the Recreation Department on Sept. 8, eager to speak their mind at the City Council meeting at which they knew the summer’s landmark issue would be decided. For months, the councilper...

 

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