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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 17, 2014 

Glasgow School Program To Open Doors For Future Engineers

New opportunity will come with new classes and new classrooms in the next school year. One local teacher has been spearheading the efforts to bring a program to Glasgow that will encourage students... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 17, 2014 

Progress On Water Treatment Plant

Glasgow may be a step ahead on improving infrastructure compared to other Eastern Montana communities that are in need to get ahead of the curve. The city finished up their wastewater treatment plant...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 17, 2014 

Public Gets Chance To Face Legislators

Constituents of Eastern Montana had a chance to speak to three legislative representatives about issues they are interested in during the upcoming legislative season. Business owners, ranchers,...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 17, 2014 

Building Project In The Works

A Glasgow native has been making trips up to the area as a civil engineer with plans to develop some land just outside Glasgow city limits. Travis West made an appearance at the Valley County Commissioners meeting to get subdivision plans accepted...

 News    December 17, 2014 

School's Name On The Ballot?

The possibility of the Irle School Elementary name change is still in the air. The school board meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 9, brought the topic back up again for a short discussion. Superintendent Bob Connor suggested that if they have school... Full story

 News    December 17, 2014 

Holiday Courier Coming Out Early

The Courier will be published one day early each of the next two weeks in observance of the Christmas and New Year holidays. The Christmas edition including letters to Santa from students across Valley County, will be distributed next Tuesday, Dec.... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 10, 2014

The Bus Stops Here

It's been around long enough that some of the locals might take it for granted. But public transit in rural areas is often a struggle in small communities across the nation. Next month will mark 40... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 10, 2014

Downtown Revitalization Plan On The way

The city council has approved the bid for a downtown revitalization plan from Land Solutions, LLC. At $12,000, it was the lowest bid. Other bids that came in were at $20,000 and higher. Land Solutions' proposal outlined working with the city staff...

 News    December 10, 2014

Dark Journey

The call came in close to midnight on Wednesday, Dec. 3. A semi went under the underpass in Glasgow and was a bit too tall for the 12-foot, 3-inch limit. The truck was hauling over 40,000 pounds of... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 10, 2014

Storm Spotters Go National

By Bonnie Davidson The Courier The annual Skywarn Radio event took place this weekend at the National Weather Service in Glasgow. They started broadcasting around 5 p.m. Friday and continued through Saturday at 5 p.m. It sounded a little like a...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 10, 2014

Visitors, Revenues Add Up For Showcase

This was the second year the Glasgow School District offered the Class C Showcase, allowing Class C schools to preview their basketball teams. Activities Directer Brenner Flaten told the Glasgow School Board that the district collected around $6,200...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 10, 2014

Legislators Visiting Next Week To Talk Shop

With a busy legislative season only a few weeks away, legislators are gearing up for mountains of paperwork to read and several bills to review. Constituents in Eastern Montana will have a chance to talk with their legislators before the session...

 News    December 10, 2014

Over $30,000 In One Day

Greg Wisom from Pacific Steel collects from passing drivers for the Soroptimist Block of Bucks. The program was able to collect $30,019 on Friday, Dec. 5. The funds were able to help 91 local... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    News    December 10, 2014

Peerless Boy Helps Others With Book Charity

Eight-year-old Opheim third-grader Aiden Fouhy and his mother, Cindy Fouhy, flew to Billings on Friday so that Aiden could fulfill his dream of helping others through his book charity. This was... Full story

 By Jim Orr    News    December 3, 2014

Dinner Is Served

The weather outside was a bit frightful, but the feast inside was delightful. After the morning's freezing rain melted, 170 plates of traditional holiday meals were served at the 24th annual Valley... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 3, 2014

Search Effort Finds Boy, 14, on Thanksgiving

One Forsyth family had a lot to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Day. Their 14-year-old son, Marcus Rothwell, was lost overnight during a hunting trip that brought them to the Timber Creek area, near Wyatt Coulee and Plum Creek. Valley County...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 3, 2014

Horn Raised Most Campaign Funding In County Races

As the year winds down to an end, voters are already putting elections behind them and looking toward those getting ready to take office. But campaign funding records are open to the public for disclosure, and funds raised went toward radio ads, prin...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 3, 2014

Water Customers May See Refund

The Glasgow City Council met and approved to pay back water customers over the next six months after a glitch in software was found by the auditors that made their visit in November. The software was unable to convert cubic feet and gallons. The...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 3, 2014

Valley County Audit Response Comes In

The Valley County courthouse had visits from the auditors recently. Their responses came in with some minor suggestions. The full report is usually available after the the New Year. The auditors suggested segregated collections and budgets for the...

 News    December 3, 2014

A Star Is Born

City employee Adam Morehouse hand built the star that now sits on Glasgow's Christmas tree across from Markle's and D&G. Director of Public Works Robert Kompel said Morehouse is a welder and handy... Full story

 News    December 3, 2014

Before Butterball

Now that we've all had our fill of turkey, imagine cooking your Thanksgiving meal in a wood stove. That's what Cozy May Aliff did. She was homesteaded south of Larslan and was known for cooking... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 26, 2014

Not A New Kid On The Block

You might see students from Glasgow High School, Soroptimist members and other various members of businesses and organizations standing in the intersections downtown Glasgow on Friday, Dec. 5. It's a... Full story

 News    November 26, 2014

No Laughing Matter

Kayson Azar, 11 months, wasn't too sure about getting to know Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus this year at Pehlke's Furniture. The toddler came out during the Christmas Stroll downtown on Saturday and his... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 26, 2014

Turkey Day Weather For The Birds?

Family, food and football are American traditions for Thanksgiving. As residents may be heading out of town for festivities this year, they might want to make extra preparations as two storms make their way through the state this week. According to...


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