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Articles from the April 20, 2022 edition

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Prairie House Gardens: Plant a Garden, Grow a Community

When spring decides to stay for more than a few days, hopefully come May, there will be another option in Glasgow to build up your outdoor greeneries. Prairie House Gardens, 5 1st Ave. S., Glasgow, wi...


Public Comment Highlights Parents' Concerns Glasgow School Board Meeting

The Glasgow School Board met on April 13 and the agenda included personnel action report, M.U.S.T. Health Insurance renewal, a request to close the activity account for the Middle School Science Club as well as a request to transfer the activity...


Citizens Law Enforcement Academy Celebrates First Graduates

Valley County's first ever Citizens Law Enforcement Academy celebrated the graduates of the inaugural class April 14. The eight-week course provided area citizens a behind-the-scenes look at law...


VC Commissioners Protest Letter To BLM On APR Decision

The following letter written by the Valley County Commissioners was sent to Field Manager Tom Darrington at the Bureau of Land Management Malta Office on April 13. Tom Darrington, Field Manager Bureau of Land Management Malta Field Office 50 I South...

 By For the Courier    News    April 20, 2022

Upcoming Valley County Elections

Frazer School District is running their own election. This is a trustee election only. They have two trustee positions open, one for a one-year term and one for a three-year term. The Frazer School election is a polling place election; absentee...



Remember when Easter meant new Easter bonnets and gloves and probably even a new outfit for spring? Of course, hats were always part of our Church attire, but that was before the casual church going attire. I am not sure that I remember when the...


What Happens In The Brain Of A Nicotine User?

Editor’s Note: This is part two of a four-part series regarding nicotine use and stress. The first part was printed in the April 13, 2022, edition of the Glasgow Courier. When a smoker puffs on a cigarette, nicotine is carried into the lungs via...


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 Wednesday... Full story


Glasgow Elks Lodge Scholarship Available

The Glasgow Elks Lodge is now accepting applications for our 2022 scholarship through Friday, April 22. This scholarship is for graduating high school seniors that will continue their education at an accredited college, university, or trade school... Full story


Colonel David Benson

Colonel David Benson, USAF retired, age 79, passed away on Friday, April 1, 2022, in Lakeway, Texas. A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 30, at 11 a.m., at the Lakeway Church, 2203... Full story


Deloris Mildred Fagan

Deloris Mildred Fagan, 101, died Friday, April 8, 2022, at her home in Lenexa, Kan. A celebration of life is planned for Thursday, June 23, from 9 to 11 the Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow, Mont.... Full story


Patricia Kay Gilman

Patricia Kay Gilman, 79, passed away in the early morning of Friday, April 8,, 2022, at the Tender Nest Assisted Living Facility, in Billings, Mont., under hospice care. Cremation has taken place... Full story


Laura Lucille Pehan Borges

In our most loving memory, Laura Lucille Pehan Borges went home to be with our heavenly Father on Saturday, April 9, 2022. There will be a celebration of Laura's life to be held in Glentana, Mont.,... Full story


Free Counseling Services Now Available to Montana's Agricultural Community

The Montana Department of Agriculture and Frontier Psychiatry have partnered to provide free access to counseling for Montanans involved in agriculture. Funded through the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm and Ranch Stress...

 By For the Courier    AG    April 20, 2022

Glasgow Stockyards' Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of April 7 show 423 cattle with cows and bulls steady on light test. Utility and commercial cows brought in $75 to $88. Canner and cutter cows brought in $62 to $75 and bulls brought in $92 to $104....


Kvetching, Part II

I feel justified in kvetching about the weather again since we’ve been hit with even more snow. It is supposed to be spring, with the grass greening up, not buried in cold white yuck. The wind was unrelenting until Saturday morning, which is also f...


Like Transactions, But Smaller

Free stuff is great! Free, convenient stuff is even better. So with trends shifting in the digital age to a culture filled with “there’s an app for that,” how are creators of those handy little pieces of software making a living? Free...


Law Enforcement Report

There were 30 motor vehicle stops, two reports of loose livestock and one report requesting an inspection on a vehicle. Thursday, April 7 1153 – A reporting party stated there was a possibly rabid raccoon. The raccoon was moving slow and...


GMS Student Makes It To State In Spelling

Glasgow Middle School seventh-grader Karsyn Sillerud represented Valley County during the 57th Annual Treasure State Spelling Bee in Bozeman on March 12. Held in the Strand Union Building on the...

 By Taylor Zerbe    School    April 20, 2022

FMDH Foundation Scholarships Available

The FMDH Foundation is once again offering scholarships to qualifying students! The Foundation is continually grateful to our donors who are always thinking of others, knowing they might need a helping hand. With nine named scholarships and $30,000... Full story


Scotties Stop Eagles in Four Innings

In their one game of the week, the Scottie softball squad brought the heat – before the storm of the Spring hit – and took down the Class A Sidney Eagles in four innings by a score of 20-3 April 1...


Highlanders Represent at AAU National Duals

Seven Glasgow Highlanders represented Montana at three AAU wrestling tournaments in West Des Moines, Iowa April 9 and 10. Kyler Hallock and Devon Nesbitt represented Montana at the AAU Jr/Sr Twin Rive...


First JUULs, Now Puff Bars: More Persistent than Ever

JUUL vape products made headlines in 2019 as sales of sweet and fruity flavors were cancelled in the U.S., but the 2020 National Youth Tobacco Survey reports that Puff Bar has overtaken the e-cigarette giant. Puff Bars and competitors like FLUM... Full story


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