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Glasgow City Council Holds First Meeting Of 2023

The Glasgow City Council’s first meeting of 2023 was held on Jan. 3, in the Council Chambers at the Glasgow Civic Center. In addition to normal council agenda items such as the Mayor, committee and department head reports as well as the approval of...

 

Hygiene Kits Supplied To Valley County Students Courtesy Of Local Support

With support from Caring Hands, Aaron Chatten Memorial Tournament and Glasgow Reynolds Market, the Valley County Health Department recently donated hygiene kits to all Valley County schools. These...

 

Commissioners Meet For Regular Discussion and Decision

In their first meeting of the year and Commissioner Mary Armstrong’s first meeting as Chairman, the Valley County Commissioners met for their regular Discussion and Decision meeting on Jan. 4. In addition to their normal business of approving...

 

Stories Of The Past: Sherwood Publishes Generational Stories Of Homesteading in Montana

Ruth Sherwood was born in Hinsdale in 1940, and spent her childhood on farms along the Milk River near Hinsdale and Glasgow. Growing up she helped in the kitchen where her mother shared stories of Mon...

 

Senate Republicans Agenda For This Legislative Session

Dear Editor, The 68th Montana Legislature is officially in session. As Senate leadership, we're excited to see Senate Republicans getting to work on enacting conservative policy for our state. The las...

 

Daines, Risch: Biden Administration Report Admits Cancelling Keystone XL Pipeline Killed Thousands of Jobs, Cost Billions

Senators Steve Daines (Mont.) and Jim Risch (Idaho) on Jan. 5 issued the following statements in response to the Biden administration releasing a past-due report demanded by the two senators and required by law that had the administration give a...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

EDITOR’S NOTE: Deadline for calendar additions is Mondays at noon. Please email your event to [email protected] or submit in person at the Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow. The Valley County Pioneer Museum is closed for the month of... Full story

 

Colleen Ann Kittleson

Colleen Ann (Fargo) Kittleson, age 65, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Billings, Mont. Colleen was born June 6, 1957, in Glasgow, the daughter of J... Full story

 

Michael 'Mike' C. Kaiser

Michael "Mike" C. Kaiser was born in Miles City, Mont., to Charles and Lorrain (Muggli) Kaiser. He spent his youth in Miles City, attending Sacred Heart School, lettering in football, basketball and... Full story

 

Mavis Robbins

Mavis (Keough) Robbins, aged 91, passed away peacefully at Northern Montana Hospital, Havre, Mont., surrounded by her family on Monday, Jan. 2, 2023. Cremation has taken place, and the family will... Full story

 

John Gilbert Fuhrmann

John Gilbert Fuhrmann, 48, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022, in Williston, N.D. A memorial service will be 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 14, at Bell Mortuary, Glasgow, Mont., with Pastor Scott Kiehn... Full story

 

James 'Jim' Richard Bedwell

James "Jim" Richard Bedwell, 66, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, at home surrounded by his family. Cremation has taken place, and memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. on... Full story

 

Medicare Part B Changes For People New To Medicare For 2023

Starting Jan. 1, 2023, the start dates for Medicare Part B coverage will change. Coverage will start the first day of the month after a person signs up, if they sign up during the last three months of their Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) or during t...

 

VC Students Named To Williston State President's List

Macy Rose, of Nashua, and Dillon Yoss, of Glasgow, were named to Williston State College President’s List for the Fall 2022 semester. To achieve this high honor, students achieved a 3.8 to 4.0 grade point average for the semeste...

 

Valley County Pup Named Runner-Up In American Farm Bureau Farm Dog of the Year Contest

Fez, a Border Collie/Australian Shepherd trained and owned by Lexie Coniglione from Glasgow, was named runner-up/western region in the 2023 Farm Dog of the Year Contest. The contest celebrates farm...

 

Time For New Year's Financial Resolutions

It’s that time of year when many of us promise ourselves we’ll go to the gym more, or learn a new language, or take up a musical instrument, or any number of other worthy goals. But this year, when making New Year’s resolutions, why not also...

 

Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of Nov. 5 shows 2,386 cattle sold. Happy New Year from the Glasgow Stockyards! The new year was started off with a nice auctions. Cows and feeders were selling strong with bulls steady. Utility and...

 

Notice of Final Adoption:

Beginning Jan. 1, 2023, there will be new assessment levels to be withheld on both wheat and barley at the point of first sale in Montana. This is a final notice of the change in those assessment levels. Old Assessment through Dec. 31, 2022: 20...

 

Ranchers Stewardship Alliance Unveils Rural Resilience Lineup

Growing our ranching and rural community’s financial, ecological, and social resilience with experienced speakers on soil carbon, cattle selection, small ruminant grazing, and rangeland monitoring, the Ranchers Stewardship Alliance “Rural Resilie...

 

Yesterday's Memories

10 Years Ago Wednesday, January 9, 2013 The Glasgow School Board voted unanimously Jan. 2 to run two bond issues to finance a new elementary school plus improvements to East Side School and Glasgow Hi...

 

McKean and Pippin Recognized For Fall Semester

Glasgow’s Iris McKean was named to University of Montana’s 2022 Fall President’s List for achieving a 4.0 grade point average, while Saco’s Chayten Pippin was named to the college’s Dean’s List for achieving a grade point average greater...

 

Manatees and Sunken Gardens

During our last few days enjoying Florida, we made our usual trip to see the manatees. These aquatic mammals, also called sea cows, used to be mistaken for mythical mermaids. I think those sailors...

 

Glasgow Snowfall Amount Is Higher Than Normal

Glasgow was below normal for total precipitation and snowfall in 2022, but so far, this winter has been off to a snowy start. In fact, Glasgow’s current snowfall amount is 219.1 percent of normal. Glasgow has seen more snowfall in the 2022 to 2023...

 

Christmas Yard of the Week

The Glasgow City Council recognized those who got into the Christmas spirit by selecting a Christmas Yard of the Week. The honor was given to Diane Turner, with the help of Traci Sanders, of 55 4th...

 

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