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Meyers Returns to Glasgow on a High Note

Andy Meyers, known to many in Valley County as the artistic director for the Fort Peck Summer Theatre, is now also known as Best Director of a Musical, taking home the accolade in the 2015...

 

'Not Guilty' Pleas Entered in Embezzlement Case

Mary Strand appeared in District Court, Tuesday, Jan. 19, for an arraignment hearing. Judge John McKeon advised the defendant of the charges, possible consequences and rights before she entered her pleas. Strand pleaded not guilty to the five felony...

 

Johnny Holm Band Show a Hit

Forget dueling pianos. The Johnny Holm Band turned their concert this past Friday night into a true community event with "dueling microphones." The band shared their mikes with several concert-goers,...

 

Social Media Use Suspected in Scam Attempt

Last week, a local business was solicited by an inmate currently incarcerated in South Carolina, who asked for $100 for his canteen (commissary) and in exchange he would pay the business back $150. Th...

 

Scams Continue to Hit Valley County

Phone and internet scams continue to be a problem in Valley County. Sheriff Glen Meier said that in the month of December, several individuals were conned out of a total $15,000 in separate incidents. “Even though the individuals are highly... Full story

 

Free Rides Available on New Year's Eve

Valley County Search & Rescue and local wrecker businesses will be providing free rides home on New Year’s Eve. The annual community service is supported by the Glasgow DUI Task Force. Drivers from Search & Rescue, Glenn’s Automotive, and... Full story

 

District Court Brief

Facing several charges, Brian J. Wiese appeared for sentencing in District Court, Monday, Dec. 21. Per a plea agreement, Wiese pleaded guilty to one of the three counts he was facing: criminal possession of dangerous drugs (methamphetamine), a... Full story

 

Elfward Snowden, Elf on the Shelf, Speaks

Elfward Snowden, an operative of the Elf on the Shelf program of the North Pole, spoke exclusively to the Courier this past weekend. “The children around here know what’s going on,” he said. He confirmed that Santa Claus’ workshop uses an...

 

Former FPFAC Executive Director Faces Felony Charges

Charges were filed last week by the county attorney in an embezzlement case involving the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council. Mary Strand, former executive director of the Council, faces five felony charges: four counts of theft of property by embezzlement...

 

Sheriff's Department Welcomes 'New' Deputy

Joe Tihlarik was one of 53 new officers who graduated from the Montana Law Enforcement Academy in Helena on Dec. 11. He returns to the Valley County Sheriff's Department as a deputy. Though the offici...

 

Law Enforcement Brief

Scam telephone calls are typical this time of year. Callers purporting to be from Dish Network or the IRS have been reported to the Sheriff’s Department recently. While these calls are becoming a fact of life, law enforcement at all levels, local... Full story

 

Main Street Memories with Scott Kirby

The Northeastern Arts Network's November performer was Scott Kirby, who brought to the stage more than just music. His Main Street Memories multi-media project combined history, oratory, photos,...

 

Music Review: Wylie and the Wild West

Wylie and the Wild West know how to break it down cowboy style: "We are a good-time cowboy band that hates to be boring," lead singer Wylie Gustafson has said. Boring, they are not. The WWW crew also...

 

Chinook Winds Breeze Through the Hi-Line

The Northeastern Arts Network kicked off this year's series with a bonus concert. The Chinook Winds Quintet of the Great Falls Symphony graciously agreed to a community concert after conducting...

 

Law Enforcement

Sheriff’s Department The Valley County Sheriff’s office has joined other law enforcement agencies across the state in the Department of Transportation’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. According to a January 2015 study published...

 

STAT Air's New Plane Takes to the Sky

With her maiden voyage on Aug. 24, from Malta to Great Falls, the newest addition to Northeast Montana STAT Air Co-Op's fleet takes off to the delight of her pilots and flight crew. The Pilatus PC-12...

 

Police Brief: Parking Advisory

Increased truck traffic due to harvest and construction is causing parking issues and crashes around Glasgow, according to Police Chief Barstad. Motorists are reminded not to park in the yellow no-parking zones or crosswalks and to exercise caution...

 

Coast-to-Coast Via Glasgow

Danielle Cummings and Ted Olds, of Brooklyn, N.Y., are cycling their own version of the American Cycling Association's Northern Tier route. The couple stopped in Glasgow July 10, met some new friends...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    July 1, 2015

3,800 Miles, 50 Days, 8 Bikes: All for Veterans

On June 28, eight weary bicyclists pedaled their way into Glasgow. The students, from St. Paul's School (SPS) in Concord, NH, are biking across the northern US and parts of Canada to raise money and...

 

Classic Cars "Show and Shine" Downtown

The Elks Club and Lodge 1922 was the site for this year's Flathead Cruisers Father's Day car show. 2nd Ave S. was blocked off and 53 classic and new cars lined both sides of the street in front of the...

 

Area Drug Program Ends

The Eastern Montana Drug Prosecution Coordinator program has been hard at work utilizing their remaining funding before the cut-off date of June 30. The grant, funded by the Department of Justice and passed through the Montana Board of Crime...

 

Dirty Derby a Smash Hit

Milk River Motorsports hosted their annual Spring Demo Derby on June 13, at the Glasgow Fairgrounds. While the number of participants was down from last year (29 to 10), the excitement was not. Rocky...

 

Heat, Traffic Pose Early Seasonal Threats

Chief of Police Bruce Barstad reminds drivers not to leave children or pets unattended in vehicles during our warm season, even with the window slightly open. Temperatures in vehicles rise quickly and can easily lead to heatstroke and/or death for...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    June 3, 2015

Police Caution Drivers, Advise Pet Owners

Chief of Police Bruce Barstad would like to remind drivers that the speed limit on 3rd Street S, between the Recreation Center and the hospital, is 15mph at all times. With the pool open and Summer Day Camp, there will be increased pedestrian...

 

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