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CASA Takes Shape in Valley County

In October, the Courier reached out to Mark Douglass, the executive director of CASA of Hill County, Inc., to talk about court appointed special advocates for child abuse and neglect victims in the county. Douglass painted a bleak picture of the... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 30, 2016 

Fair Board Bets on Carnival Success

After having last year’s carnival leaving everyone except toddlers a little frustrated, the Valley County Fair Board has put forth considerable effort and focus into improving the carnival for next year’s fair. They ultimately were able to land... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 30, 2016 

Pioneer Museum Seeks to Overhaul Security

With the historic new addition almost finished, Valley County’s Pioneer Museum has set its sights on improving their security system. The new system will link up with the one recently installed into the new addition of the museum, and replace the t... Full story

 
 By Connie Boreson    News    November 30, 2016 

National Influenza Vaccination Week

It’s Not Too Late! The Valley County Health Department is offering a flu clinic on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. With flu activity increasing and family and friends planning gatherings for the holidays, now is a great time to get... Full story

 
 By Katie Aitchison    News    November 30, 2016 

Interstate Engineering Expands in Fort Peck

The Fort Peck office of Interstate Engineering has relocated to 6066 MT Highway 24 South. “As our client base and needs for more space grew, Interstate Engineering decided to relocate our office to the new location. This will give our clients more... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 30, 2016 

Valley County Commissioners: In Brief

The Valley County Commissioners gathered on Nov. 23 to discuss and vote on several matters pertinent to county operations. The commissioners unanimously approved the promotions of both Taylor Trang to a clerk one position and Julie McGuiness to... Full story

 
 By Jennifer Fuller    News    November 30, 2016 

Comfort Pups Program is a Community Effort

Comfort Pups Program was an idea that came to Assistant Chief Brien Gault after responding to a multiple vehicle accident with children involved. Gault recognized the benefit that supportive... Full story

 

Student Council Sponsors Remembrance Tree

The Glasgow High School Student Council is sponsoring their 18th Annual Remembrance Tree program to remember loved ones that have passed on and military service members. The tree, which will be filled with lights commemorating those who have passed... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 23, 2016

Soup's On at The Apple Trolley

The Apple Trolley, located next to Crazy Woman Quilts in Glasgow's Plaid Square, is now offering soups to add to their menu of sweets and other snacks. Owner Joy Guttenberg is preparing the soups... Full story

 

Prairie Ridge Village Hosts 1950s Sock Hop

Since July, the Prairie Ridge Village community has been hosting community dances in partnership with Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital. According to Amber Swindler, director of Prairie Ridge, the... Full story

 

Literacy Project Teams Up with Tollefson

After launching distribution points in Frazer and Opheim earlier this fall (See Countywide Literacy Project Takes Shape in Frazer, Sept. 28), Boxcar Road Books has expanded to Hinsdale. Courier... Full story

 

USDA's Five Tips for a Food Safe Thanksgiving

This week millions of Americans will gather family and friends around the dinner table to give thanks. But for those preparing the meal, it can be a stressful time. Not to mention, for many it is the largest meal they have cooked all year, leaving... Full story

 

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

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

Law Enforcement Brief

The Glasgow Police Department urges owners of campers and boats to remove them from city streets. With winter weather on the horizon, the GPD would like to remind Glasgow citizens that it is against city code for campers and boats to be parked on... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

MDT Tests New Design Ideas with Hwy. 117 Improvements

The Montana Department of Transportation expects the paving project along Hwy. 117 between Nashua and Glasgow to be completed within the next two weeks, including the sloping and planting of grass along the finished roadway . The remainder of work... Full story

 

VFW and American Legion Celebrate Glasgow Vets

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3107 and American Legion Post 41 hosted the annual Veterans Day Celebration at the Glasgow Civic Center on Nov. 11. The program took place at 10:30 a.m., with Art... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

Saco, Hinsdale Schools Combine Talents for Holiday

Hinsdale and Saco Schools teamed up to put on quite the presentation for local Veterans Nov. 14. Held in Hinsdale's gymnasium, the two schools' bands and choirs performed patriotic songs and wowed... Full story

 

Content and Advertising Deadline

Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, our content and advertising deadline for the Nov. 23rd issue of the Glasgow Courier will be Friday, Nov. 18.... Full story

 

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