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  • Animal Licensing and Rabies Shots

    Glasgow Police Dept., For the Courier|May 29, 2019

    On Saturday, June 8, the Glasgow Police Department and the Valley Veterinary Clinic will be hosting the annual program for animal licensing and administration of rabies shots at the South Side Fire Hall. The hours of the program are Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost for a license is $5 for a neutered or spayed animal and $20 for a non-spayed or neutered animal. All licenses are good for one year from July 1 to June 30. A new license must be purchased every year. The Glasgow Police Department would also like to remind everyone... Full story

  • Alcohol Sales Compliance Checks Planned

    Glasgow Police Dept., For the Courier|Feb 1, 2017

    The Glasgow Police Department, Valley County Sherriff’s Office and the Valley County DUI Task Force are partnering together to conduct alcohol sales compliance checks. These checks will be conducted at establishments that sell and/or serve alcoholic beverages within Valley County. We, as law enforcement, believe in helping businesses avoid liquor law violations. We are also trying to combat the underage drinking problem that runs throughout Montana. Over the next few months, trained underage adults will enter these establishments in an... Full story

  • Alcohol Sales Compliance Checks Planned

    Glasgow Police Dept., For The Courier|Jan 27, 2016

    The Glasgow Police Department, Valley County Sherriff’s Office and the Valley County DUI Task Force are partnering together to conduct alcohol sales compliance checks. These checks will be conducted at establishments that sell and/or serve alcoholic beverages within Valley County. We, as law enforcement, believe in helping businesses avoid liquor law violations. We are also trying to combat the underage drinking problem that runs throughout Montana. Over the next few months, trained underage adults will enter these establishments in an...

  • Please Stay Safe This Holiday Season

    GLASGOW POLICE DEPT., For the Courier|Dec 9, 2015

    The holiday season should be filled with joy and laughter with family and friends. However, that fun is often filled with underage drinking, which can lead to tragedy. Every year there are families in Montana whose holiday seasons are filled with pain and heartache from the loss of a family member from underage drinking and driving. A 2014 study conducted by the Department of Public Health and Human Services showed in the past 30 days in Valley County, 18 percent of high school sophomores drove a car after drinking, and 31 percent of seniors...