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Glasgow McDonald's Getting Major Face-Lift

Over the past few weeks, McDonald's in Glasgow has been a whirlwind of activity. The lobby area of the restaurant has been closed since May 14, while construction crews overhaul the inside and outside to make the dining experience more friendly and...

 

In Honor of Those Veterans Who Passed Away Recently

COMPILED BY MICHELLE BIGELBACH THE COURIER In honor of Memorial Day, the following is a list of those veterans who have passed away in recent months. Where service was unknown the conflict or "military service" was subsitituted. Phillip Lee Gaudet -...

 

Local Artist Providing Free Art Class to Children

Local artist Brianna Overbey will be hosting a free art class for area children on Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to noon, at Table For Six, 130 5th Street South, the lower level of the historic Nels Kent Building. The class is anticipated to take... Full story

 

Fort Peck Interpretative Center Open For the Season

The Fort Peck Interpretative Center is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come learn about the construction history of the Fort Peck Dam, be greeted by a life size, fleshed-out model of Peck’s Rex, the Tyrannosaurus Rex discovered 20 miles southeast... Full story

 

Glasgow School District Operational Levy Fails, All Other County Schools Pass

On National Teachers’ Appreciation Day, May 8, Valley County votes were counted to determine if residents decided to pass requested levies for the Glasgow, Nashua and Frazer schools. Votes were also tallied to determine who would serve on the open... Full story

 

On the Glasgow School District Levy Failure

I have two young children who will be future students in the Glasgow school system. My hopes for them have always been to be taught by teachers who care about them, who will be their mentors, who will guide them towards being productive citizens of...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 9, 2018

Mother Nature Brings Unique Flood Situation to Area

Now that spring has arrived, or depending on the day, summer, the flood outlook has decreased considerably over the past week. According to the National Weather Service in Glasgow, the Milk River... Full story

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 2, 2018

Lion's Talent Show Deemed a Success

The Nashua Lions hosted their 21st annual Nashua Lions Talent Show on April 29. With 20 different entries, guests in attendance enjoyed musical performances including vocal, instrumental and... Full story

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 2, 2018

Carnival is Coming Back to Town

Another year, another summer with a great carnival at the Northest Montana Fair. The Valley County Carnival Club members held a boot drive at downtown intersections on April 27, to collect funds to... Full story

 

Flooding Persists Across Valley County and the Hi-Line

After a summer filled with drought followed by a heavy winter, which brought record-snowfall, the next curveball Mother Nature has in store for residents of Valley County is flooding. The flooding has... Full story

 

MDT To Begin Construction Across Eastern Montana

As the weather gets warmer and travel starts to increase, drivers will begin to notice a new feature along roadways throughout eastern Montana. The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) announced they will be installing centerline rumble strips... Full story

 

VFW Post #3107 Donates To Montana Hope Project

The VFW Post #3107 Auxiliary presented Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Mitch Willett a $200 donation to the Montana Hope Project on April 20. Every year the auxiliary finds causes to donate to when the... Full story

 

Rodeo Committee to Host Spring Fling

In order to raise funds for the upcoming PRCA rodeo this summer, the Glasgow Rodeo Committee will be hosting a Spring Fling fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, at the Ridgerunners. A free-will offering dinner will be served consisting of roast beef... Full story

 

Peanut Butter Drive to Fight Hunger

For the third year in a row, Josh Sillerud and Hi-Line Ford are asking the community to come together and buy peanut butter at their next several trips to the grocery store. In coordination with the... Full story

 

Connection Seeks Community Support

The Connection Youth Center, an area faith-based non-profit organization, recently purchased and is remodeling the former Congregational Church building to allow a bigger space for youth to spend time and participate in productive activities. Thanks... Full story

 

Dedicated Hunters Brave Cold for Easter Eggs

At a balmy 25 degrees, brave and eager children came out on April 7, to hunt for Easter eggs the Easter bunny had hid (or placed) around Hoyt Park. The Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt, co-sponsored by... Full story

 

Library Benefits All Ages

This week is National Library Week and I can not say enough about the benefits our City-County library provides to my family and me. Because of their wide variety of children books, we are able to have family story-time with our two young kids before...

 

Cold Weather Reduces Flood Threat on Milk River

Based upon the latest models at press time, the National Weather Service in Glasgow is projecting that flooding is almost imminent for the Milk River in Glasgow; it's just a matter of when.... Full story

 

Glasgow Rated Fourth Safest City in Montana

After reviewing 2016 FBI crime report statistics and population data, SafeWise, a safety and security system reviewer company, recently identified Glasgow as the fourth safest city in Montana. In the report, Glasgow, with a population of 3,442 at the... Full story

 

Meet the Not-So-New New Guy

Anthony "A.J." Etherington started a new chapter in his life earlier this week by becoming the newest publisher at the Glasgow Courier. Etherington is not a new face at the paper or around Glasgow as... Full story

 

Hometown Hero Promoted to Colonel

Jeremy Bartel, son of Larry and Linda Bartel of Glasgow, was recently promoted to the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army on March 2 in Stuttgart, Germany. Bartel graduated from Glasgow High School in 19... Full story

 

Valley County Health Department Sponsors Red Thumb Day

To remind everyone to put down their cell phone while driving, the Valley County Health Department will be hosting the 3rd Annual Red Thumb Reminder Day Walk on Tuesday, Apr. 10, starting at 3:30 p.m. Come join the Valley County Health Department,... Full story

 

The Past Comes to Life at Irle School

Ms. Denise Winchester's second grade Reading Challenge Group dressed up as American heroes and figures from American history, both past and present, on March 21. Members of the community were invited... Full story

 

ZooMontana Makes Stop in Glasgow

Courtesy of the Glasgow High School Student Council, Executive Director of Zoo Montana in Billings Jeff Ewelt brought special guests to Irle School and the Children's Museum on March 22. Ewelt made... Full story

 

Rosston Speaks on Suicide Prevention

Representatives from Valley County schools, Roosevelt County schools, Daniels County schools, FMDH, Glasgow Police Department, Valley County Sheriff’s Office, Youth Dynamics and the Glasgow Clinic attended the Northeast Montana Suicide Prevention p... Full story

 

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