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 By For the Courier    News    November 29, 2023 

Montana Supreme Court Sides With Governor Gianforte In Property Tax Dispute

After most of Montana’s counties tried to lower your property tax bill, arguing the state was levying too much, the Montana Supreme Court unanimously said Nov. 22 the state had it right after all. The Montana Supreme Court ordered counties levy...

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Take The Plunge: Supporting Special Olympics Montana's Athletes In Icy Waters

Special Olympics Montana is thrilled to announce the return of the Polar Plunge event! Brave individuals and teams will gather around Montana, to take the plunge into icy waters and support the dedicated athletes of Special Olympics Montana. The...

 By For the Courier    Coming Events    

MCT's "The Princess And The Pea" Auditions Dec. 11

The Princess and The Pea, presented by Missoula Children’s Theatre, a production of MCT, Inc., and the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council, will be performed at Glasgow High School auditorium on Saturday, Dec. 16. The matinee show starts at 1 p.m. and the...

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COVID-19 And Influenza Vaccines Available At VCHD

Through Tuesday, Dec. 19, the Valley County Health Department (VCHD) has walk-in appointments available from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., for adults and age 12 plus to obtain the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and the influenza vaccine. Other dates and times are...

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Glasgow's Ice Cream Man Featured on Dec. 4 'Backroads of Montana'

A familiar face in Glasgow will hit screens across the state when a brand-new episode of “Backroads of Montana,” debuts at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 4, on Montana PBS. Kevin Taylor, Glasgow’s most recognizable resident, brought ice cream delivery...

 By For the Courier    AG    November 29, 2023 

Biden Administration Landmark Investments in Rural America

On Nov. 1, President Biden visited Minnesota Farmers Union member Dutch Creek Farms in Northfield, Minn., to announce $5 billion in investments in rural communities, ranging from rural infrastructure, economic development, sustainability, and climate...

 By For the Courier    AG    November 29, 2023 

Gavins Point Dam Releases To Be Reduced To Winter Release Rate

Gavins Point Dam releases will be reduced in late November as flow support to navigation ends. Releases are currently 32,000 cubic feet per second. “We will continue to make releases from Gavins Point Dam to provide flow support at an intermediate...


Bobcats Win GHS BPA Food Drive

Though the Montana Grizzles won on the field Nov. 18 against the Montana State Bobcats during the Brawl of the Wild Contest, the real winner off the field was the Valley County Emergency Food Bank in...

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Annual Nativity Open House Dec. 3

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints would like to invite all who would like to share in celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, with the annual nativity Open House Sunday, Dec. 3, from 3 to 7 p.m. There will also be musical... Full story

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Stepping On Course Builds Confidence For 60+ Community Members!

Falls are preventable – don’t wait until a fall injures more than your pride! Did you know that one in four people, age 65 or older, experience a fall each year. Of these falls in the state of Montana, 32 percent of unintentional fall-related... Full story


Glasgow School District Receives Beef To School Grant

Recently the Glasgow School District received a $440 grant from the Beef To School Grant program administered by Great Northern Development. According to Katie Potter, of the Glasgow School District, the District ordered $440 worth of beef from the...


Montana Stockgrowers Works To Connect Consumers and Ranchers Through Montana Food Service Industry

The Montana Stockgrowers Foundation (MSF) Cattle Drive program has set out to do something no other cattle organization in the state has done—match Montana born, raised, and fed cattle with local restaurants and retailers. The “Montanans Feeding...


Academic All State For Quarter 1

These individuals earned Academic All State for Quarter 1 of this academic year. These honorees were able to earn a Varsity Letter in their respective activity while maintaining a GPA at 3.500 or above. Cross Country Kheyerah Bilger Riley...


Glasgow Volleyball Stats

Season Stats Aces: Tatum Nyquist 29 Kills: Tatum Nyquist 142 Assists: Macy Martin 334 Blocks: Hayden Green 87 Digs: Joely Chappell 217 Post Season Stats Aces: Tatum Nyquist 14 Kills: Tatum Nyquist 58, Joely Chappell 55 Assists: Macy Martin 170...


2023 Class 'C' Volleyball All-State List

Teagan Erickson 12 North Country 1C* Paige Wasson 12 North Country 1C** *All-State member in 2022 as well ** All-State member for three consecutive years...


Class C Middle School Basketball Season Starts With Jamborees

The middle school basketball season got underway this past week for Class C basketball athletes. The boys team traveled to Nashua on Nov. 17 and the girls traveled to Frazer on Nov. 18. The Junior...


Governor Gianforte Recognizes Veterans At The State Capitol

Joined by veterans and their families at the State Capitol, Governor Greg Gianforte recognized four recipients of the 2022 Montana Governor's Veteran Commendation for their service to the nation and...

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2023-2024 Moderna COVID-19 Now Available At VCHD

The 2023-2024 Moderna COVID-19 has finally arrived at Valley County Health Department. We will have walk-ins for adults and age 12+ as follows: Wednesday – Nov. 15 – Senior Center – 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. As always, weather permitting, we can... Full story

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Opheim School Events

Opheim School is inviting you to our Holiday meal served by STUCO. The meal will be served on Thursday, Dec. 14, at the school. Please RSVP by Tuesday, Nov. 21 by calling 406-762-3213. The junior, senior and kindergarten class are sponsoring a food...

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31st Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner Nov. 23

The 31st Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be held Thursday, Nov. 23, at Glasgow Senior Citizens Center, located at 328 4th Street South. Last year 100 people enjoyed the dinner with hopes of exceeding that number, this coming year. Over the past... Full story

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St. Mary Rehabilitation Working Group Update

The St. Mary’s Rehabilitation Working Group will be providing a public update on Monday, Nov. 20. They will be speaking to the Valley County Commissioners at 2 p.m., in the Board of County Commissioners located inside of the Glasgow Civic Center.... Full story


Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of Nov. 9, show 2,994 cattle sold. All classes are under pressure this week. Still lots of demand with feeders going to Nebraska, Norht Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, California and more. Eight cow...


Town Pump Matching $1 Million For Food Banks

As ever-increasing food costs and other everyday expenses push more Montanans to local food banks for help, the Town Pump Charitable Foundation is again matching over $1 million to help raise $4 million during its annual fundraising campaign for...


Governor Gianforte Proclaims November Veterans and Military Families Month

Governor Greg Gianforte proclaimed November as Veterans and Military Families Month and November 5-11 as Veterans Week in Montana, on Nov. 6. The governor’s proclamation is below. WHEREAS, Montana is proud to be home to one of the highest per...


DOJ's OCP Receiving Reports Of Work-From-Home Scam

Scammers are attempting to trick Montanans into giving out their personal information including social security numbers and bank account information by offering fake remote work opportunities, warns Attorney General Austin Knudsen. The scammers are...


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