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  • Fed. Judge Puts Parts of KXL On Hold-Again

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    Army veteran and Assiniboine-Sioux Tribe member Lance Fourstar's voice was being carried out over the prairie by a stiff westerly wind as he chanted a traditional Native American song accompanied by a drum and flute. The sounds traveled out overtop of the Keystone XL pipeline's border crossing from Canada as diesel engines revved and back up signals beeped in the distance on April 14. As Fourstar sang, an elder woman danced and played the flute, and a youth played the drums while the other...

  • Gov. Looks to Gradually Reopen Montana

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    In a press call on April 17, Governor Steve Bullock said that Montanans were flattening the curve related to the spread of coronavirus in the state. He followed up the announcement by stating that a plan was being considered to begin reopening the economy sometime after April 24—which is when the current statewide orders are set to expire. “We’ve worked to protect our vulnerable populations and removed as many people from the chain of transmission as possible, both to reduce infections but also to save lives,” said the governor. “In short we...

  • Nashua Receives DoC Grant

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    The Montana Department of Commerce last week announced nine Montana communities will be sharing more than $132,000 in planning grants through the Treasure State Endowment Program (TSEP). The town of Nashua will be receiving $12,723 of that money for a water Preliminary Engineering Report. Nashua Clerk and Treasurer Christina Washington told the Department of Commerce, “The Town of Nashua’s infrastructure is outdated, some areas dating back to 1974. We have experienced numerous freezing meters, main lines, and issues with providing service. Thi...

  • EMCMHC Welcomes New Prevention Specialist

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center, 1009 Sixth Ave. N., Glasgow, is one of many locations serving eastern Montana, providing quality, professional, comprehensive mental health and substance abuse treatment services to citizens in the areas they serve. As a non-profit private agency, services are provided to the public in need of behavioral health treatment including mental health and substance abuse assessments, outpatient services, case management, medication management,...

  • We All Benefit From A Literate Society

    Apr 22, 2020

    Dear Editor, This letter is for Valley County taxpayers. I have been associated with Glasgow School District # 1 as a student, parent, foster parent and guardian for almost 60 years. Just think of how things have changed. Years ago we were going to school in shifts, playing our basketball games at the Civic Center, and our football games at the fairgrounds and now have some of the finest facilities in Montana. These improvements did not come free. You, the taxpayers, have continuously supported...

  • Passing The School Levy

    Apr 22, 2020

    Dear Editor, Let me start off by saying that there is no good time for a school mill levy. Bear with me, and I'll explain why I feel we need to pass this one. I moved to Glasgow with my family in 1959, and outside of a few years going to college, and four years in the U.S. Navy, I've never found a good reason to live anywhere else. I attended kindergarten through high school, found my career, married a great Glasgow gal, raised my family and retired, all right here in good old Glasgow. I feel I...

  • Turning Something Bad Into Something Good

    Apr 22, 2020

    Once upon a time there was a singer and the singer could not stop singing so she went to the mayour and the mayour said go to the president so she went to the president and she said I am a singer that can not stop singing and the president said go to the goverment so she went to the goverment and she said I am a singer who cannot stop singing and the goverment said go to God so she went to God and God said keep on singing Micaiah Olfert, 8, Glasgow Micaiah wrote this story from a journal-time...

  • Thank You to Our Heroes

    Apr 22, 2020

    Dear Valley County, Our healthcare workers are on the front lines of the battle against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that is rapidly spreading through our nation. Our doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, therapists, technicians, EMTs, pharmacists, and other staff are rising to the occasion and caring for our most vulnerable populations. Our healthcare workers show up every day to take care of people in our community. We see this in our role as members of the...

  • A Message From The Valley County Commissioners:

    Apr 22, 2020

    Dear Valley County, The Valley County Commissioners would like to apologize, and issue clarification, regarding the current health orders and obligations that apply to visitors from outside Valley County. In response to significant public concern regarding out of county contractors who are present in our communities for essential work purposes, one of the companies partnered with the County Health Officer to wear pink wrist bands following their 14- day quarantine. This was implemented to help alleviate community concerns about the potential sp...

  • Leveling The Playing Field

    Apr 22, 2020

    Dear Editor, My wife, Laurie, and I are about to plant. It's our 44th year of putting seed into the ground just outside of Culbertson, on the banks of the Missouri. We're the third generation of Mattelins to do so on this spot. It's an act of faith and determination, planting, not knowing what weather or markets will bring. But it's also a commitment to our family, to our community, and our country. I've often thought that how we educate our kids is rooted in that exact same commitment-investmen...

  • Ever Hopeful: Summer Theatre To Proceed With Adjusted 2020 Season

    For the Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    Determined to safely overcome the obstacles set by COVID-19, FPST has restructured the 2020 season, with the continued goal to bring enriching and exciting entertainment to Northeast Montana audiences. Though some difficult decisions had to be made, the company is proud to be moving ahead with the following line-up: The Sunshine Boys: July 3 – July 12 Rivalry, memories and lots of laughs are certain to resurface when a former vaudeville team grudgingly re-unites for a Television Special! The classic Neil Simon comedy will star original Fort P...

  • FMDH Financial Conditions

    For the Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    While hospitals nationwide are issuing furloughs to their employees in response to the financial deficits from providing limited services during the COVID-19 pandemic, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital currently has no plans to lay off staff. To date, our revenue is down 51 percent due to the cancellation of nonessential surgeries and appointments. FMDH has always operated under a strong focus of stewardship and maintaining financial stability, and because of these practices we are able to keep staff employed. FMDH is also participating in the...

  • Calendar Of Canceled, Adjusted Or Postponed Events

    Apr 22, 2020

    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 scheduled for April 25 Schuetzen & Vintage Military Match scheduled for May 2. The shooting range will remain open for individuals to go out and shoot. Just remember to adhere to the Governors rules: Social distance, keep 6 feet away from others. If a lot of people are out at the range, leave and c...

  • Glasgow Clinic Primary Care Now Open For Most Patients

    For the Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    With much planning and many precautions in place, the FMDH Glasgow Clinic Primary Care is now open to care for most non-respiratory patients. This is not “back to business as usual,” as staffing is still limited and we continue to monitor conditions daily. We take our responsibility to care for our community members very seriously and are committed to taking care of patients with chronic conditions and those who need regular evaluation in order to address any health concerns and insure early detection and treatment. While we systematically reo...

  • Beth Davidson

    Apr 22, 2020

    Beth (Kuszmaul) Davidson, 70, passed away due to natural causes surrounded by family at her residence on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020. Cremation has taken place, and a celebration of Beth's life will be held at a later date. She was born on Oct. 20, 1949, in Glasgow, Mont., to Eugene and Frances (Johnson) Kuszmaul. She was raised in Valley County, attending grade school in Fort Peck, and graduating from Nashua High School in 1967. Beth received her bachelor's degree in education from Northern M...

  • Diane M. Skolrud

    Apr 22, 2020

    Diane M. Skolrud, age 58, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Friday, April 3, 2020, at the Missouri River Center in Great Falls, Mont. Diane has been cremated and the family will be having private services. She was born on June 5, 1961, to Donald & Eldora (Zeiger) Skolrud in Glasgow. She received her education in Nashua, Mont., and graduated in 1979. She was raised, baptized and confirmed in Our Redeemer Lutheran Church. Diane's working career included the B & B Grocery, the Corner One Stop, the...

  • James R. Koessl

    Apr 22, 2020

    James R. Koessl, 74, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Monday, April 20, 2020. As per his request, cremation has taken place. A celebration of his life will take place at a later date this summer. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements....

  • Valley County Airport Receives Federal Funding

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    Valley County's Wokal Field is one of 71 airports in Montana that will be receiving federal funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Airport Grant program, according to press releases from the U.S. Department of Transportation and Montana Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester. The CARES Act is part of the federal government's response to address the economic impacts caused by the global pandemic. Senators Daines and Tester announced that $73.8 million will be d...

  • Pool Fundraising Update

    For the Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    The Valley County Friends of Glasgow Pool (Valley County Community Pool Campaign) would like to update everyone on our fundraising progress to date. Unfortunately, our two spring fundraisers planned had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The good news is we are planning on rescheduling the Wine Flight & Charcuterie Night for this fall. To those that have already bought tickets, we thank you. Your tickets are still valid and you will be notified when we have solidified a new date for our event. You are still entered into our grand...

  • Glasgow City-County Library Offering Online Services

    Megan Haddix, For the Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    Closing the Glasgow City-County Library was difficult, but important to keep people safe during this challenging time. Undoubtedly, it has had a huge impact on our patrons and community. As the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve and change, the library is working on ways to safely provide services as we begin to reopen in phases at some point in the future. The Valley County Friends of the Library will be providing free grab-and-go bags Thursday, April 23, and Friday, April 24, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of the library, 408 3rd Ave. S....

  • Sunshine, Spring Sprouts and Soup

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Apr 22, 2020

    While the calendar says it’s spring, there’s still the occasional snowflake swirling down, at least up north. I wish Mother Nature would update her calendar to match ours. The sky is blue and the sun is shining as I write this Monday morning, and the temperature is well above freezing. What few snowdrifts remain are slowly melting away. The howling winds are assisting with that. Most of the seeds I started are sprouting, which is encouraging. However, some of the starter pots are showing no signs of activity, which isn’t. Okra was the first...

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  • Glasgow Courier Is Seeking Valley County Senior Photos

    Apr 22, 2020

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