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Glasgow Native Chosen To Participate In Equine Training

Glasgow native and Nashua graduate Shaylin Barnett has received the opportunity of a lifetime to participate in the Equest PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) International-App...

 

Nashua Resident Advocates For Local Farmers and Ranchers

Over the past few months, Nashua resident John Walker has been keeping busy being an advocate for farmers and ranchers of all ages. In September he was elected President of the Valley County Farm...

 

Nashua Sixth-Grader Awarded County Winner For Drawing

Nashua sixth-grader Madison Harris, in addition to some of her classmates, participated in the Ag in Color Drawing contest, which is a part of Montana Farm Bureau Federation's Montana Youth (MT)...

 

North Country Mavs Busy Two Weeks

The North Country Mavericks traveled to Scobey on Jan. 10 trying to secure a win against the class C powerhouse Scobey Spartans. The girls battled hard, succumbing to the Spartans by a mere two points while the boys could not keep up with the...

 

Lustre Lions Boys Claim Home Court Victory Against Mavs

The Lustre Lions hosted the North Country Mavericks on Jan. 17 where both the girls’ and boys’ team tried to claim a home victory. The boys clinched the win 53 to 43 however the girls fell short with a final score of 52-14. On the girls’ side,...

 

Lustre Lions Play Three Games Over Two Weeks

The Lustre Lions have seen plenty of court action the past few weeks, traveling to Bainville on Jan. 3 and hosting the Scobey Spartans on Jan. 7 as well as the Frazer Bearcubs on Jan. 11. In the game...

 

Nashua Hosts Frazer Then Travels to Circle

The Nashua Porcupines hosted the Frazer Bearcubs on Jan. 10. The boys' side saw a victory, winning 58 to 36 however the girls' side saw a loss 43-35. The girls' game saw lots of back and forth...

 

Age Increases To 21 To Purchase Tobacco Products

A new U.S. law went into effect at the end of 2019 prohibiting the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. Local stores are complying with the change notifying patrons with signs at the register and on the doors as they walk in....

 

Trump Expected To Sign Phase One Of China Deal On Jan. 15

President Donald Trump announced on Dec. 31, via his official Twitter account, he has plans to sign the first phase of the trade deal with China on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the White House. The first phase saw Washington agreeing to cancel some new...

 

Mavericks Dominate Porcupines' Home Court

The Nashua Porcupines hosted the North Country Mavericks on Jan. 3 in the Nashua gym. The boys' game saw lots of back and forth action starting in the second quarter, however the Porcupines couldn't c...

 

Lions Come Out Victorious Over Porcupines

The Lustre Lions traveled to Nashua on Dec. 20 and the spikes of the Porcupines could not keep the Lions away, as the Lion girls won a hard fought battle 34-32 and the boys won 59-12. On the girls'...

 

Flavored E-Cigarette Sales Banned In Montana

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced on Dec. 13 it will begin enforcing Emergency Rules that temporarily restrict the sale of flavored e-cigarette products in Montana. The enforcement of these rules went into...

 

Block of Bucks Sets Record

Block of Bucks has been an annual fundraising tradition in the community for many years. Organized by a committee within the local Soroptimist International to raise funds that helps eligible area families purchase winter clothing and outwear for...

 

China, U.S. Agree to Phase-One Trade Agreement

After almost two years of uncertainty, continued negotiations and tariff increases on both sides, China and the United States agreed to a limited trade agreement on Dec. 13. This agreement, which is considered to be phase one of the deal, includes...

 

North Country Hosts Scotties

The North County Mavericks hosted the Glasgow Scotties on Dec. 12 in Saco. The boys came out victorious against the visiting team, 52-44 while the girls lost by a mere 11 points, 52-41. "The Glasgow...

 

Students of All Ages Bring Christmas Cheer

Under instructors Colleen Thompson for voice and Jenna Johnson for piano, students of all ages brought holiday cheer during Thompson's students' annual Christmas program at Prairie Ridge on Dec. 4.... Full story

 

FMDH Looks At Process Improvement While Also Giving Back to Community

Throughout the month of October, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital employees participated in an in-house “Bright Ideas” competition that allowed employees to provide suggestions on various improvements that could be made within the hospital while...

 

Glasgow Resident Recognized by MLHA

During the Montana Lodging & Hospitality Association (MLHA) Awards Banquet on Oct. 23 in Missoula, Glasgow resident Melissa Sigmundstad was awarded the prestigious Sales and Marketing Person of...

 

Glasgow Resident Takes On New Role To Help Local Ag

The Great Northern Development Corporation (GNDC), in partnership with Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation, was recently designated as a regional Food and Ag Development Center (FADC),...

 

Lady Scotties' Remarkable Season Comes to a Close

For the first time in nine years, the Lady Scotties were escorted out of town to the State Tournament at the Brick Breeden Field House on the Montana State University Bozeman Campus on Nov. 13 with...

 

GHS Grad, Fransen, Recognized for Offensive Skills on the Field

Glasgow High School 2018 alum Alex Fransen was named Offensive Scout of the Week for Dickinson State University, in Dickinson, N.D., for week eight of the football season. The recognition, which is...

 

Washington Medical Facility Celebrates Fallen Soldier With Nashua Ties

In October, Nashua resident Dave Allen took a trip to Joint Base Lewis, McChord, Wash., to be a part of the Oct. 8 re-naming ceremony of the Allen Solider-Centered Medical Home at the base. The...

 

Individuals Make Voices Heard During Only Public Meeting on Keystone's SEIS

As court cases continue to be heard and moved through the judicial system regarding the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, a public meeting, hosted by the U.S. Department of State, was held at the Billings Convention Center on Oct. 29. The...

 

Courier's Scavenger Hunt Encompasses Multiple Generations

The Glasgow Courier held their second annual scavenger hunt to celebrate National Newspaper Week Oct. 6 through 12. We asked readers to search for the word "egg" that was hidden 25 times throughout th...

 

TEARS OF JOY!

For the 14th time in the history of Glasgow Scottie volleyball and nine years since their last apperance, the Lady Scotties will be competing at the 2019 State Class B State Tournament from Nov. 14 th...

 

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