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Commissioners, City Council and Pool Committee Discuss Pool Status

Members of the Valley County Pool Campaign committee, Glasgow City Council, including Mayor Rod Karst, all three Valley County Commissioners and resident of Hinsdale Jerry Arnold, met in the Courthouse Community Room on March 22 to continue...

 

GHS Presents Freaky Friday

For the first time in two years, Glasgow High School students will once again grace the stage and put on a production for an audience. This year's show, Freaky Friday, is the musical adaptation of...

 

BLM Finalizes Bison Grazing Proposal EA, FONSI and Issues Proposed Grazing Decision

This article contains information provided by the Bureau of Land Management, Montana Stockgrowers Association and the Montana Public Lands Council. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has issued a proposed decision on a bison grazing proposal...

 

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 hours through April are...

 
 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Available Friday

The Glasgow High School Student Council has 300 dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts ordered for Friday, April 8. They are $12/dozen and can be ordered by calling the Pioneer Museum 406-228-8692 or by contacting a GHS Student Council member. The money...

 
 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

GCCL Putting On Tiny Art Show

The Glasgow City-County Library is putting on a tiny art show in June and is looking for Valley County participation from those of all ages. Pick up your free tiny art kit at the library, 408 3rd Ave. S., Glasgow, during National Library Week, April...

 
 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Girl Scout Troop 2280 Selling Cookies April 9

If you didn’t have the opportunity to pre-order your Girl Scouts Cookies, have no worry! Local Girl Scout Troop 2280 will be having their cookie booth at Reynolds on Saturday, April 9, from noon to 4 p.m. The classic favorites of Thin Mints,...

 

Beverly Jean Tade

In the early morning hours of Thursday, March 31, 2022, Beverly lost her battle with cancer at the Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nev., surrounded by her family. She was 70 years old. There...

 

Dennis Ray Wing

A remembrance by his friends and family. Dennis Ray Wing, 39, passed away Monday, March 14, 2022. He was born to Robert Wing and Helen Hoerster Jan. 30, 1983, in Glasgow, Mont. He joined the family...

 

Nathan Jackson

Nathan Jackson, 90, of Forsyth, Mont., born May 30, 1931, passed away Tuesday, March 22, 2022. Franzen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements....

 

Slow-Moving

It's really nice to have the warm sunshine and summery-looking clouds, but someone could sure shut off the fan! We're tired of constant howling winds. One calm day per week isn't enough to suit me. We...

 

WiFi 6. Wireless, but Better.

As someone who’s built their career on technology, its usage and keeping abreast of its trends I can happily confirm one thing: wires suck. I’ll admit they’re great for reliability and speed and traveling great distances and all of that stuff,...

 
 By For the Courier    AG    April 6, 2022

Montana Stockgrowers Foundation Offers $10,000 in Scholarships for College Students

Montana Stockgrowers Foundation (MSF) is offering one $5,000 scholarship and two $2,500 scholarships for their annual Educational Heritage Scholarship. Each year, MSF awards college students, who are seeking a career beneficial to ranching, with a...

 
 By For the Courier    AG    April 6, 2022

MSU-Extension Surveying Montanans For Feedback

Montana State University Extension is conducting a statewide needs assessment and is gathering feedback from community members to improve its resources, programs and services for Montanans. All Montanans are invited to complete an online survey and...

 

Law Enforcement

There were 26 motor vehicle stops, four reports of loose livestock and three reports of loose/missing dogs. Friday, March 25 1427 – A male reported his girlfriend’s employer keeps harassing her. He stated the employer has been calling three to...

 

Four Scotties Take Firsts at Glasgow Invitational

The 2022 track season kicked off Friday with the annual Glasgow Invitational Meet as the Scotties played host to 27 schools and 463 competitors. The Scottie boys placed third with 79 points, coming...

 

Scottie Softball 1-2 in First Week

The Glasgow-Hinsdale-Nashua Scottie softball team went 1-2 in their first week of the 2022 season, dropping their home opener to Havre 16-12 last Thursday before splitting two conference games at the...

 

Hambira Leads Lions to Fifth Place at Glasgow Invitational

Jasiah Hambira led his Lustre Christian boys track team to a 5th place finish at the Glasgow Invitational Track Meet April 1. The Lions junior won the 400 meter dash, high jump and triple jump, while...

 

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