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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

 By A.J. Etherington    News    April 4, 2018

FMDH Receives Cuddle Cot Donation

Malta resident Susan Green knows first hand what it is like to lose a baby early on. She lost one of her twins in utero over 17 years ago. She said she had also known people and friends who had... 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


Dear Reader:

Dear Reader, Courier can be defined in two ways. First, as a person who transports goods or documents. Second, as a person employed to guide or assist a group of people, usually tourists. With that in mind, I wanted to take this opportunity to...


People of Montana

Dear Editor, Hello! I am a fourth grade student in North Carolina. In fourth grade, we research a state for our State Fair, and I have chosen your state! I am very excited to learn more about the great state of Montana as I work on my report. While...


To the Residents of Glasgow

I would like to share with you some of the City of Glasgow’s accomplishments that took place in 2017 and what our goals are for 2018. I will be updating you on different subjects and projects, and our progress via Glasgow Courier, City of Glasgow...


What Our Educators Deserve

I could not do what our educators do. They deserve to be paid well. Very well. In recent news, educators in Oklahoma, West Virginia and Kentucky organized and implemented walk-outs in their states in an effort to secure more funding for education.... Full story


Upcoming School Levy Vote in May Explained

In a press release sent out last week, Superintendent of Glasgow Public Schools Bob Connors sought to explain the district’s proposed general fund levy. The proposed levy will be voted on at the May 8, annual school election. According to Connors,...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    April 4, 2018

Easter Eggs in the Snow

My memories are a jumble today. My first thought was hunting Easter eggs in the snow. I honestly do not remember ever hunting them in the snow, but as I tried to make my mind go back that far, it occurred to me that I really do not remember hunting...


Upcoming Events in the Area

The Pioneer Museum will be open every Tuesday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. through April 30. For special appointments or more information call 406-228-4926. THURSDAY – APRIL 05 9:30 a.m. - The Nashua Community is invited to the Ladies’ Coffee Hour eve... Full story


Chad J. Smith

Chad J. Smith, 46, of Glasgow, Mont., passed at his home in late March. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m., Thursday, April 5, at Bell Mortuary with Pastor Bonnie Novak officiating. Burial will... Full story


Larry Gordon DuBeau

Larry Gordon DuBeau, 80, passed away of natural causes at his home in Park Grove, Mont., Monday, March 26, 2018. He was born Jan. 10, 1938, to Hazel (Cornwell) and William "Eddie" DuBeau in Glasgow.... Full story


Leslie D. Pettit

Leslie D. Pettit, 85, of Opheim, Mont., passed away at his home Monday, April 2, 2018. Services are pending with Bell Mortuary.... Full story


Spring Sports Start Slow

Once again, Northeast Montana's unpredictable, yet typical, weather has slowed the start of the spring sports season. Severe weather and heavy snowfall has been a factor in the postponement and... Full story


Matmen Compete in Des Moines, Sidney Duals

A handful of grapplers traveled to Des Moines, Iowa March 30 and 31 to compete in National Duals, while three others made the trip to Sidney to compete in the Brodie Gorder Easter Duals on March 30. Kyler Hallock, representing Glasgow on Team... Full story


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