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Articles from the April 15, 2020 edition

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Children, Parents Find Unique Way To Celebrate Birthdays

Complying with social distancing and sheltering in place orders makes celebrating birthdays even more unique these days. Building on the local tradition of parades escorting athletes out of town for tournaments, Glasgow is now celebrating...


VCHD Recognized For Community Vaccination

The Valley County Health Department recently received the Certificate of Achievement – Healthy People 2020 award from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. This award is...


Food Bank Distribution Scheduled To Go On As Normal

Due to an overwhelming support from volunteers and the community, the Valley County Food Bank will be open Tuesday, April 21, from 12 to 4 p.m., though volunteer Pat Hallett told the Courier the organization will stay open later if not all clients... Full story


Glasgow School Applauds Teachers, Staff, Community

The Glasgow School Board held their scheduled board meeting on April 8, a week and a half after students, teachers and staff first transitioned to full-time distance learning as a result of the closure of in-person instruction due to coronavirus....


Everybody's Doctor

Looking ahead and self improvement. Before a viral outbreak in China became an epidemic, before that epidemic spread across the world and became a pandemic, and before it was even considered likely... Full story



Dear Editor, With all of us sheltered in place less than three weeks to the start of voting in an important primary election, every Montanan is entitled to answers from me for these three questions:...


Public Lands More Precious Than Ever

Dear Editor, Montanans are doing our part in this very difficult time to help each other out and curb the spread of the COVID 19 virus. We come together and look out for each other, as we always have...


Epidemics Of The Past

I have been thinking of epidemics of the past. Many I do not remember, but being from a family that saved many things, I do have letters written by family members of the past that refer to some of those times. Of course, this was mostly in letter for...


From The Mayor

To Glasgow Residents, I have been asked the question many times if Glasgow’s drinking water is safe to drink. The answer is yes; there is no higher priority for the City of Glasgow than protecting the health and safety of our residents by...


Calendar Of Canceled, Postponed Or Adjusted Events

As of press time, the following events have been canceled, postponed or adjusted: Due to the Governor’s orders with the coronavirus where there is to be no gathering of people, the VCRPC has decided to cancel the following matches: Lever Gun Match... Full story


Free Program to Help With Depression and Anxiety

A program delivered entirely online that aims to reduce depression and anxiety symptoms will be offered for free to hundreds of adult Montanans. The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services is making the program – an internet-based... Full story


Harold Warren Stensland

Harold Warren Stensland, 95, passed on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, following a stroke at home in Pocatello, Idaho. Military rites honoring Warren will be held at a later date. He was born on Jan. 28,... Full story


Allison Joy Nichols

Allison Joy Nichols, 63, died on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, of complications from cancer. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, Mont. She was born... Full story


Ethel "Jan" Janice Buchheit

Jan (Libby) Buchheit of Glasgow, Mont., 92, died at Valley View Home in Glasgow on Sunday, April 5, 2020. Family services will be held at a later date, and Jan will be inurned with her husband Robert... Full story


Casterline Named Class B Wrestling Coach of the Year

To say 2019 and 2020 were good years for the Glasgow Scotties wrestlers would be to understate it just slightly. At the end of the 2019 season, the Scotties had put up two individual state...


A Lack Of Alliteration Or Resting Brain Syndrome

My alliteration skills are lacking this week. I have not been able to come up with a catchy headline for my drivel this week. I think my brain wants to remain in pajamas this morning. I suspect there...


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