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 By For the Courier    News    May 24, 2023

Glasgow High School Students Mason Swenson and Chase Tarum Earn National Awards

Glasgow High School is excited to announce two students are being recognized by the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and InnerView in the sixth Annual Community Service Awards. This...

 By For the Courier    News    May 24, 2023

Gov. Gianforte Issues Executive Order Declaring Flooding Disaster

On May 16, Governor Greg Gianforte issued an executive order declaring a statewide disaster in response to flooding in northeast, western, and south central Montana. “Runoff from recent rainfall and snowmelt has compromised critical infrastructure...

 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Placement Of Flags On Veterans' Grave Sites

Saturday May 27, we will again be placing flags on all veterans’ grave sites at the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow recognizing their service to our country. We will meet across from the Veteran’s Monument just up from the entrance at 9 a.m. Gary... Full story

 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Transit Services Second Sunday Of Each FPST Play

Valley County Transit will be providing transportation to the Fort Peck Summer Theatre every second Sunday of each play: June 4, June 25, July 16, Aug. 6 and Aug. 27. Call Valley County Transit at 228-TRIP (8747) to reserve your seat and for more... Full story

 By For the Courier    School    May 24, 2023

Valley County Graduates of Carroll College 2023

On May 13, Carroll College conferred degrees on 313 graduates of the class of 2023 during its 113th commencement ceremony held in Nelson Stadium. Valley County graduates included Brett Glaser, of Glasgow, who graduated Cum Laude in business:...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 24, 2023

MSGA Delivers Steaks To Governor Gianforte to Celebrate National Beef Month

The Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) made a special delivery to the Governor’s office in the Montana Capitol May 17 to celebrate National Beef Month. MSGA delivered a platter of Reminisce Angus Beef ribeye steaks for the Governor and first...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 24, 2023

Grassroots Efforts, Bipartisan Cooperation Create Montana Soil Health Week

A new resolution was signed into law on May 12 that will designate the first week of April as Montana Soil Health Week and the first Wednesday in April as Montana Soil Health Day. The weeklong celebration is designed to raise awareness about how...

 By For the Courier    School    May 24, 2023

Scottie Booster Club Awards Six Jeff Jurgens Memorial Scholarships

Six Valley County high-school graduates have received Jeff Jurgens Memorial Scholarships to enable their studies at colleges and universities in Montana and North Dakota. The scholarships are awarded...

 By For the Courier    School    May 24, 2023

Valley County Conservation District Hosts 30th Annual Outdoor Classroom

Students from Frazer, Glasgow, Nashua, Hinsdale, Lustre and area homeschools gathered on May 10 at Downstream Campground in Fort Peck for the 30th annual Outdoor Classroom. For most of the students th...

 By For the Courier    News    May 24, 2023

Buckle Up, Montana: Law Enforcement Increasing Patrols for National Mobilization

Local law enforcement and the Montana Highway Patrol are increasing patrols and presence during the end of May and beginning of June as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)’s “Click It or Ticket” Enforcement... Full story

 By For the Courier    News    May 17, 2023

Special Olympics MT NorthEast Area Spring Games Results

Shaundel Alexander, Linda Laumeyer, Isaiah Devereaux, Shawn Garwood, Jennifer Bodner, Cari Knowles and Tiffany Granholm will represent Milk River at the State Summer Games in Bozeman May 17-19. OJ...

 By For the Courier    News    May 17, 2023

Hinsdale, Glasgow and Nashua Participate In State Music Festival

Congratulations to all of the students from Hinsdale High School, Nashua School and Glasgow High School who participated in the State Music Festival in Billings May 5 and 6. They represented our schoo...

 By For the Courier    School    May 17, 2023

Valley County Students Graduate From University of Montana

The University of Montana has over 2,000 students who are degree candidates for spring semester 2023. Of those 2,000 students, five students represented Valley County during the May 13 Spring Commencement ceremony at the University of Montana...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 17, 2023

Glasgow Stockyards Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of May 11 shows 622 cattle sold with cows and bulls steady. Utility and commercial cows brought in $90 to $101; canner and cutter cows $80 to $90; young feeding/turnout cows $100 to $165.50; bulls $110...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 17, 2023

MDA Reminds Producers to Respond To Ag Census

The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) is reminding agricultural producers to respond to the 2022 Census of Agriculture by June 1, 2023. Taken only once every five years by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 17, 2023

NFU Focus On Mental Health Awareness Month

The suicide rate among farmers is over three times higher than that of the general population, according to the National Rural Health Association. Too many in our community carry their mental burdens alone, as rural areas across the U.S. lack access...

 By For the Courier    News    May 10, 2023

Hi-Line Sportsmen Club Needs Your Help!

Established in 2016, the Hi-Line Sportsmen Club has been an integral part of helping Keep Conservation Local in Northeast Montana. This nonprofit conservation group based primarily out of Glasgow exists almost exclusively to fundraise for projects th... Full story

 By For the Courier    News    May 3, 2023

Sheriff Boyer Attends National Sheriff's Institute Jail Administration Course

During the week of April 17-21, 2023, Sheriff Tom Boyer was invited, through a collaboration with the National Sheriff's Institute, Small and Rural Law Enforcement Executive Association, and the...

 By For the Courier    News    May 3, 2023

Glasgow's Breigenzer: Preserving Forests As A Woodsman And Scientist

Peter Breigenzer, of Glasgow, Mont., fell in love with forestry while working in the woods with multiple crews over the past several years. When he decided to attend graduate school, he searched for a...

 By For the Courier    Opinion    May 3, 2023

Tester Blocks Biden's Amtrak Nominees - Fights for Rural America's Seat at the Table

As a part of his continued fight to strengthen rural America, U.S. Senator Jon Tester formally blocked President Biden’s nominees to serve as members of the Amtrak Board of Directors – five of whom are from Northeast Corridor states, violating...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 3, 2023

Governor Gianforte Increases Public Access With Block Management Reforms

At the Sieben Ranch Block Management Area, Governor Greg Gianforte signed a bill on April 25, to double the payment cap for landowners increasing public access through Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Block Management Program. “Thanks to...

 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

DPHHS To Provide Legal Document Clinics April Through July

The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced its annual Kelly Moorse Memorial Legal Document Clinic schedule for 2023 which will include stops in Columbus, Dillon, Havre, Poplar, and Glasgow. The clinics are provided by the... Full story

 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Valley County Transit Board Meeting May 10

The Valley County Transit Board will meet on Wednesday, May 10, 12:00 noon at the Valley County Transit office, 213 9th Street South. If you wish to participate by phone, call 571-748-4021 and enter pin 2672541#. Proposed changes to rates for rides... Full story

 By For the Courier    AG    May 3, 2023

Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of April 27, show 735 cattle sold. Cows and bulls steady to higher on good high yielding kind. Utility and commercial cows brought in $95 to $108.50; canner and cutter cows $82 to $95; young feeding/tur...

 By For the Courier    AG    May 3, 2023

Rural Families To Benefit From Tester's Family Farm And Small Business Exemption Act

Montana Farmers Union President Walter Schweitzer praised the legislation of the Family Farm and Small Business Exemption Act, saying it’s needed to make sure farming and ranching families who are traditionally asset rich but cash poor receive the...


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