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 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    October 19, 2016 

Strand Apologizes per Agreement

As a condition of a sentence handed down in district court earlier this year, Mary Strand has submitted a letter of apology to the Glasgow Courier. Strand was sentenced June 20, 2016 in Valley County District Court on five counts of felony theft.... Full story

 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 19, 2016 

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

 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 19, 2016 

Special Advocates Needed in Glasgow, Valley County

Right now in Valley County, there are 35 victims of child neglect and abuse waiting for a court appointed special advocate (CASA) to be assigned to their ongoing case. This total does not include the cases which have already been assigned advocates.... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    October 19, 2016 

Mill Levy Pays for Repairs at GCCL

As drivers and library regulars in Glasgow will have noticed, there has been ongoing construction around the Glasgow City-County Library recently. Library Director Megan Haddix told the Courier that... Full story


Letters to the Editor

On Sowing Notions I get the Glasgow Courier here in Casper, and I read your “Green Spaces in Rural Places” faithfully. I tried your pie crust (that didn’t need to be rolled out) made in the first apple pie recipe with crumb topping. It turned...


Flood Reports from Valley County Ranchers

Recent flooding throughout Valley and Phillips counties have had impacts on low lying areas, drowning out hay bales and alfalfa seed as well as covering roads. The Courier spoke with local ranchers... Full story


City Council Brief

The topics dominating the discussion at the City Council meeting held Oct. 3 were the hiring and projected hirings of Glasgow Police Department employees, city union negotiations, and City Council transparency. Other items discussed were the Levee... Full story


Farm and Ranch October 2016

Online Supplement Section Available for Print Subscribers Current Print Subscribers Recieve FREE full access to the online edition of Glasgow Courier. If you don't have online access, please fill out the "Free Trial" form and we'll set you up for... Full story


National Newspaper Week October 2 - 8

This year, we mark the 76th anniversary of National Newspaper Week (Oct. 2-8). The annual observance celebrates and emphasizes the impact of newspapers in communities large and small. To mark the... Full story


Homecoming Festivities Highlight School Board Meeting

The Glasgow school board met for their regular meeting Sept. 21, with all trustees attending. During the public comment period, after a brief introduction from GMS Principal Mike Zoanni, Bryon Gustafson spoke to the trustees. Gustafson identified... Full story


Countywide Literacy Project Takes Shape in Frazer

In a coordinated effort with the Valley County Friends of the Library, Courier editor James Walling and contributor Ginevra Kirkland selected Frazer to launch a new literacy project this past week. Bo... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    September 21, 2016

Table for Six Expands Palettes, Dining Options

Chef Dyan Carlson has been wowing clients and patrons at Table for Six for the past three years. Carlson offers appealing meals from a wide variety of culinary styles and traditions, complete with an... Full story


City Council Brief

Just following the opening and prior to the bustle of normal business at the City Council Meeting on Sept. 19 the Council voted to approve the City Volunteer Fire Department’s purchase of a 1997 Pierce Fire Truck for $145,000. Chief Brandon Brunell... Full story


GPD Reports Burglar Behind Bars

The Glasgow Police Department is reporting that the suspect in a two-month string of burglaries throughout Glasgow has now been arrested in Roundup, Mont. The arrest occurred after the suspect committed a pair of automobile thefts. Sheriff Glen Meir... Full story


Former HLRC Director of Nursing Speaks Out

In a recent press release, Billings-based Health Management Services (HMS) announced that they would be reducing Malta’s Hi-Line Retirement Center (HLRC) from a nursing home to an assisted living center in coming months. HMS also manages... Full story


Bullock Unwilling to Debate in Northeast Montana

Governor Steve Bullock has declined an invitation from The Courier to debate in Northeast Montana, following a successful congressional debate between Congressman Ryan Zinke and challenger Denise Juneau held in nearby Frazer on Aug. 29. Bullock... Full story


House Debate Projects Montana Values, Civil Discourse

The hopefuls for Montana's sole House seat sought to contrast their visions for the Big Sky State at Frazer Public Schools on Aug. 29. Confronted with questions from panelists and audience members,... Full story


Letter to the Editor

Fahlgren Correction Note: The Courier regrets any misrepresentations resulting from a poor quality recording and apparent miscommunication between candidate Fahlgren and reporter Dane Osen. I was surprised and disappointed that my interview was... Full story


District Court News

Valley County Attorney Dylan Jensen filed amended charges against 22-year-old Kain Mitchell Hirsch-Hall in district court on Monday, Aug. 15. Hirsch-Hall has been charged with one count of felony sexual assault and one count of felony sexual intercou... Full story


Glasgow School Board Faced with Another Coaching Controversy

At the regularly-scheduled Glasgow School Board meeting held Aug. 17, the district’s trustees were questioned about the hiring process for the position of head boys basketball coach. When the time came for the board to approve hires as recommended... Full story


Listen to the Quiet: Part 2

Some young men’s thoughts turn to love in the spring, but for Otto Kienitz, during this period of his life, his thoughts centered on the “Land of Opportunity,” which was the vast prairie land of Montana. It was none too soon, as three years... Full story

 By Parker Kulczyk    News    August 17, 2016

Coloring Outside the Lines for a Good Cause

With last year's Paint Run/Walk being such a hit, Glasgow High School student council and G-club have decided they will continue it as an annual tradition. The 2nd Annual Paint Run/Walk will be on... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

MONDAY – FRIDAY AUG. 15-19 Fort Peck Sailing Club Mobile Optimist Sailing School. THURSDAY – AUG. 18 1-4 p.m. - Anniversary Open House at Hi-Line Home Programs, 605 3rd Ave. S. Come and meet the staff and learn more about our programs. 4-7 p.m.... Full story


Arguments Continue in Burns Restitution Case

In a continuing legal battle over money, Judge John C. McKeon heard arguments in an ongoing restitution case against the Dan Burns Estate. Burns was convicted of felony sexual abuse of children in 2009, and died in prison in 2014. Following his... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – AUG. 11 3 p.m. - The Valley County Transit Board will meet at the Valley County Transit office (use the back door/east entrance). FRIDAY – SUNDAY AUG. 12-14 7:30 p.m. - “Mary Poppins” at Fort Peck Summer Theatre. Fridays and... Full story


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