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 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 18, 2018 

BLM Hosts 'Scoping' Meeting on American Prairie Reserve Request to Remove Fencing

The Bureau of Land Management held a “scoping” meeting in Glasgow April 12 to ask for public comment on an environmental assessment being conducted by BLM. The assessment is on a permit request by the American Prairie Foundation Inc. (commonly... Full story

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    April 18, 2018 

Peanut Butter Drive to Fight Hunger

For the third year in a row, Josh Sillerud and Hi-Line Ford are asking the community to come together and buy peanut butter at their next several trips to the grocery store. In coordination with the... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 18, 2018 

VCHD Hosts Third Annual Red Thumb Reminder Day

The Valley County Health Department, along with law enforcement partners with the Glasgow Police Department, Valley County Sheriff's Office, Montana Highway Patrol and the Glasgow and Long-Run Fire... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 18, 2018 

Todd Young Amongst Commissioner Hopefuls

Long-time Glasgow native and County Road Department Supervisor Todd Young is one of seven candidates seeking the job of Valley County Commissioner being vacated by Bruce Petersen in November. Young... Full story

 

Grain Train Derailment Near Oswego, No Injuries or Hazards

On April 7 at approximately 5:30 a.m., a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train carrying grain derailed just east of the town of Oswego. According to BNSF spokesman Ross Lane, there were no injuries, or... Full story

 

Connection Seeks Community Support

The Connection Youth Center, an area faith-based non-profit organization, recently purchased and is remodeling the former Congregational Church building to allow a bigger space for youth to spend time and participate in productive activities. Thanks... Full story

 

Dedicated Hunters Brave Cold for Easter Eggs

At a balmy 25 degrees, brave and eager children came out on April 7, to hunt for Easter eggs the Easter bunny had hid (or placed) around Hoyt Park. The Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt, co-sponsored by... Full story

 

Woes for Autism Waiver at Hi-Line Home Programs

Hi-Line Home Programs, Inc. is an organization designed to serve individual and family development in communities across Montana. The program serves people primarily with developmental disabilities through education, support services, adult living... Full story

 

Gilbert Mogan Runs for County Commissioner

Gilbert Mogan is one of seven candidates chasing the Valley County Commissioner seat being vacated by Bruce Peterson this fall. Mogan sat down with the Courier to discuss his background, experience... Full story

 

Cold Weather Reduces Flood Threat on Milk River

Based upon the latest models at press time, the National Weather Service in Glasgow is projecting that flooding is almost imminent for the Milk River in Glasgow; it's just a matter of when.... Full story

 

Glasgow Rated Fourth Safest City in Montana

After reviewing 2016 FBI crime report statistics and population data, SafeWise, a safety and security system reviewer company, recently identified Glasgow as the fourth safest city in Montana. In the report, Glasgow, with a population of 3,442 at the... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 4, 2018

FMDH Receives Cuddle Cot Donation

Malta resident Susan Green knows first hand what it is like to lose a baby early on. She lost one of her twins in utero over 17 years ago. She said she had also known people and friends who had... Full story

 

Meet the Not-So-New New Guy

Anthony "A.J." Etherington started a new chapter in his life earlier this week by becoming the newest publisher at the Glasgow Courier. Etherington is not a new face at the paper or around Glasgow as... Full story

 

Hometown Hero Promoted to Colonel

Jeremy Bartel, son of Larry and Linda Bartel of Glasgow, was recently promoted to the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army on March 2 in Stuttgart, Germany. Bartel graduated from Glasgow High School in 19... Full story

 

Valley County Health Department Sponsors Red Thumb Day

To remind everyone to put down their cell phone while driving, the Valley County Health Department will be hosting the 3rd Annual Red Thumb Reminder Day Walk on Tuesday, Apr. 10, starting at 3:30 p.m. Come join the Valley County Health Department,... Full story

 

Light It Up Blue for Autism Fundraiser Underway

Sherrie Dodd knows first hand what raising a child on the autism spectrum is like, she raised a son with the condition who is now 18 years old. She remembers paying the costs for therapy services, autism camps and special therapy equipment for years... Full story

 

The Past Comes to Life at Irle School

Ms. Denise Winchester's second grade Reading Challenge Group dressed up as American heroes and figures from American history, both past and present, on March 21. Members of the community were invited... Full story

 

ZooMontana Makes Stop in Glasgow

Courtesy of the Glasgow High School Student Council, Executive Director of Zoo Montana in Billings Jeff Ewelt brought special guests to Irle School and the Children's Museum on March 22. Ewelt made... Full story

 

Valley View Restorative Aide Program

Few people hear nursing home and think of physical activity or restorative therapy, but for Valley View Home's Certified Nursing Assistant Kelcey Arnold that is exactly what she thinks about. Arnold... Full story

 

Candidate Profile:

Taryn Stebleton has served in the Valley County Clerk and Recorder’s Office for four years. In that time, she has gained experience with payroll and certifying elections while working her way up to her current role as Deputy Clerk and Recorder.... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    March 21, 2018

Courthouse Square Happenings

Valley County Sheriff Vernon Buerkle told the Courier that a Glasgow resident was arrested on DUI charges, as well as disorderly conduct, in the early hours of March 18. At press time, the driver remains in the Valley County Detention Center. George... Full story

 
 By Roubie Younkin    News    March 21, 2018

Survey Furthers Osteoarthritis Research

MSU Extension has teamed up with Dr. Erik Adams, a researcher at MSU as well as a physician who is a specialist in musculoskeletal medicine, to see if we can create better treatment strategies for osteoarthritis. Our goal in osteoarthritis treatment... Full story

 

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