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Beginning Band Lessons Offered

There will be a beginning band display in the middle school music room on Wednesday, Aug. 15, from 4 to 7 p.m., for any students interested in doing sixth grade beginning band in the fall. There will be a representative from Eckroth Music present to... Full story


Montana VA to Hold Town Hall at VFW Post 3107

The Montana VA Health Care System will hold a town hall for veterans at VFW Post 3107, 1222 Highway 2 West, Glasgow, Tuesday, Aug. 14, from 5 to 6 p.m. Veterans will have the opportunity to learn more about the services and programs offered by... Full story


Veteran Service Officers Coming to Glasgow and Malta

Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, service officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the following locations and times to meet with veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. If you are interested in applying for... Full story


Skywarn Weather Spotter Training Course Has Been Rescheduled

Due to a threat of severe weather on May 31, the National Weather Service in Glasgow, in conjunction with Valley County Disaster and Emergency Services, has rescheduled the free Skywarn weather spotter training course to Wednesday, June 6, from 7 to... Full story


Flea Market / Bazaar June 2

There will be a flea market/bazaar at the Valley County Senior Center, 328 4th Street S., on June 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There are many new vendors so come see what they have to sell. Blankets, jewelry, collectibles and so much more will be... Full story


School Board Nomination Deadline Approaches

The Glasgow Public School District wants to remind residents that to file to become a candidate for the school board you must fill out and turn in the correct form by March 29, 2018. The forms can be downloaded from the district’s website at... Full story


Law Enforcement PSA

The Valley County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind drivers using Hwy 117, between Nashua and Fort Peck, that they are required to follow posted instructions about pilot cars through areas currently under construction. Sheriff Glen Meier... Full story

 By The Courier    News    June 29, 2016

Fireworks and Festivities

It’s going to be a hot night on the town for Independence Day this year (even if it is a Monday). The Glasgow and Long Run Fire Departments have teamed up with Gene Hartsock and the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce to put on a fireworks show at the...

 By For The Courier    News    June 8, 2016

MVD Requires Appointments for Most Services

Angela Austin of the Montana Department of Justice, Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) in Glasgow and Wolf Point wants to inform everyone you must have an appointment in order to take a written test or road test, get a license or identification card,... Full story


Glasgow Police Department

On Friday, June 3, and Saturday, June 4, 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... Full story

 By For The Courier    News    April 13, 2016

Head Start Now Enrolling Students for 2016-2017 School Year

Action for Eastern Montana’s Head Start program in Glasgow is a comprehensive child development pre-school program serving children ages 3-4 and their families. The program is designed to increase school readiness and develop a child’s potential...

 By For The Courier    News    May 13, 2015

Fort Peck Theater Prepping for Opening Curtain in 2015 Season

The Fort Peck Summer Theatre (FPST), now celebrating its 46th Season, is anxiously prepping for the 2015 Season, featuring popular, in-demand titles and some of the theater’s most frequently requested musicals. Under the leadership of returning...

 By For The Courier    Sports    May 13, 2015

Boosters Sponsor All-Sports Banquet

The Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet is returning. This year’s banquet will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26 at the St. Raphael’s Parish Center Gymnasium. The banquet will include a free meal sponsored by the Scottie Booster Club, the...


Pilot Project Along Milk For Hunting Turkey

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Glasgow is conducting a pilot project to open Block Management Areas (BMAs) for spring turkey hunting along the Milk River. Up to 9 BMAs could be open for the spr... Full story


Walleye Spawning Operation Gearing Up At Fort Peck Reservoir

Warmer temperatures and melted ice mean the annual walleye spawning operation on Fort Peck Reservoir is beginning early this year and will soon be in full swing. Volunteers are always welcome, and needed, for the success of this operation. According...


Little Perch Worth $2,000 To Derby Champs

The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture held its 18th annual Ice Fishing Derby last Saturday at the Dredge Cuts Trout Pond at Fort Peck Lake. It was a diehard day for the fishermen and...


GHS Volleyball 3-2 In Conference Matches After Splitting Two

The GHS varsity volleyball team has a record of 3-2 after conference matches with Harlem and Plentywood. Solid passing led to steady play for the girls on Thursday as they defeated the Harlem...

 By The Courier    News    September 25, 2013

County Unemployment Remains Under 4%

Valley County’s unemployment rate remained below 4% at 3.9% in August, rising a slim 0.1 percentage points over July’s rate. The county’s August labor force stood at 4,002, with 3,847 people employed and 155 unemployed. Across Montana, the...


Yes, Congress Should Have Say On U.S. Action In Syria

Montana’s three elected federal representatives – Sen. Max Baucus, Rep. Steve Daines and Sen. Jon Tester – on Aug. 31 released statements with their still-evolving positions on whether the... Full story

 By The Courier    Sports    August 28, 2013

Game On! Fall Sports Arrive For Scottie Nation

Friday night lights are back. Glasgow High School will host its annual Red &White High School Football scrimmage at 7 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 30, at Scottie Field. There will be an adult admission char... Full story


Mosquitoes All Over, Test Positive For West Nile Nearby

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, in collaboration with Carroll College and Montana State University, has confirmed this season’s first signs of West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes in Phillips, Sheridan, Blaine, Cascade,...

 By The Courier    Sports    August 7, 2013

Here Comes Scottie Fall Preseason

There will be a parent meeting 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12 at Glasgow High School for all parents of students participating in high school football and cross country. The GHS volleyball meeting will be 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, at GHS. The doors will...

 By The Courier    News    July 24, 2013

Meetings Next Week On Opheim Wind Energy Proposal

Two meetings will be held next week to introduce a proposed Opheim wind energy project. Kyle Paulson of Compass Energies will discuss the project location, site evaluations, approvals required, infrastructure and the preliminary construction...

 By The Courier    News    July 24, 2013

Jobless Rates 4.4% In County, 5.1% In Montana

Montana’s unemployment rate held steady at 5.4 percent in June, the same rate as in May, a pause in the long-term downward trend experienced throughout 2013. The national rate also was steady at 7.6 percent. In Valley County, the rate of...

 By The Courier    Sports    July 24, 2013

Johnson, Keller Win Hell Creek Tournament

A total of 44.57 pounds was good for first place this past weekend in the Hell Creek Walleye Tournament at Hell Creek Marina on Fort Peck Lake. Forming the winning team were Kris Keller of Wolf Point and contributor Trevor Johnson...


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