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Articles from the April 27, 2022 edition

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Local LE Spreads Awareness About Child Abuse

This last week of April wraps up National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Glasgow Police Department as well as the Valley County Sheriff's Office all helped support the nationwide effort during t...

 

VC Water And Sewer Projects Awarded ARPA Grants

On April 20, it was announced the state of Montana will receive $127 million for the second round of competitive water and sewer grants that were secured in the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The state’s ARPA Infrastructure Advisory Commission...

 
 By For the Courier    News    April 27, 2022

Glasgow City Council Sets Water And Sewer Rates For Next Five Years

The Glasgow City Council met on April 25 for a regular meeting and discussed water and sewer rates for the next five years. The council agreed to a five-year rate schedule which will increase the base rate for water and sewer two percent each year....

 

Moon Graduates From MLEA

Valley County Sheriff Deputy Jesse Moon was one of 57 officers who graduated on April 5 from the Montana Law Enforcement Academy (MLEA), which is a part of the Montana Department of Justice. MLEA...

 

Glasgow's MVD Ready To Serve

The Glasgow Motor Vehicle Division has been at 313 Klein Ave., in Glasgow since January and offers services such as renewing your driver’s and commercial driver’s license, issuing and renewal of State identification cards as well as the written a...

 

From 'A' to 'V' Armadillo to Vulture

Zoo Montana's Executive Director Jeff Ewelt, along with a rose haired tarantula, a boa constrictor, an armadillo and a turkey vulture, made the trek from Billings on April 20 to visit Glasgow. Their...

 

Comments On The BLM'S EA For The APR Changes

Dear Editor, There is a saying in northeastern Montana that a couple of good rains make every rancher a good grass manager. The converse is that a couple of years of severe drought show who the good...

 

Bison Restoration Guided by Science, Laws and Partnerships

Dear Editor, After four years of analysis and public input, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued their proposed decision on American Prairie's application to restore bison across 63,000 acres...

 

CI-121 Misleading, Bad For Montana

Dear Editor, Know the consequences before signing the petition to put CI-121 on the November ballot. At face value, CI-121 and freezing your residential property taxes may sound like a good idea. But...

 

Stock Corrals

Have you noticed that you very seldom see stock corrals along the side of railway depots as you are traveling along the highways? Remember the days when most all livestock was shipped via rail car for their journey to feedlots? Almost all small...

 

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... Full story

 
 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Fort Peck Summer Theatre's 2022 Season is Just Around the Corner!

Artistic Director Andy Meyers, returning for his 12th season, is happy to be moving full steam ahead with preparations for the 2022 Fort Peck Summer Theatre season. Following last season’s popular rep style schedule, the season will feature a mix...

 
 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

MSU Extension Hosts Respite Retreat for Caregivers on May 6 – Taking Care of YOU

MSU Extension will be hosting a respite retreat for caregivers at the Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow, May 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This retreat aims to provide caregivers a chance to take a break from their caregiving responsibilities and spend a day... Full story

 

Ryan Lee Nelson

Ryan Lee Nelson, age 44, passed away peacefully on his farm from natural causes on Tuesday, April 19, 2022. He was born on May 7, 1977, in Glasgow, Mont., to Carl and Karleen Nelson. Ryan attended... Full story

 

Daniel J. Carney

Daniel J. Carney, 82, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Tuesday, April 19, 2022. Arrangements are under the care of Just Cremation Montana.... Full story

 

Betty OTremba

Betty Jean OTremba, born on July 18, 1930, passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 6, 2022, at the age of 91. Memorial mass will be Saturday, May 7, at 11 a.m. at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Conrad, Mont.... Full story

 

Law Enforcement

There were six motor vehicle stops, six reports of loose livestock, one report of a loose dog and one report requesting an inspection. Saturday, April 16 1950 – A reporting party stated their neighbor has a puppy chained up outside all day without...

 

Rockin' Robin

The internet isn’t short of platforms upon which to share things. Ideas, opinions, news, photos; the web is basically awash with ways to let people know how you’re feeling about something. One, which has carved out its own niche in this sea of...

 

Same Old /Same Old

We still haven't had any decent "get outside and do some yard work" weather. We are, however, still having a surfeit (excessive amount) of wind, and I, for one, am about sick of it. I'm sure I'm not t... Full story

 

Scotties Crush Cowgirls 12-0

The Glasgow softball squad made the most of their one game last week with a shutout win over the Custer County Cowgirls at home April 19. The Scotties won the game 12-0 in four and a half innings,...

 

Frazer Track

The Frazer Bearcubs track team made the trip to Whitewater April 21 for the Penguins Invitational, one of the few sporting events to move forward with unusually cold spring weather in the region. Frazer’s boys team scored 26 points to claim fifth p...

 

Hinsdale Track

Hinsdale attended the Whitewater Invitational April 21 where the girls team took fifth place with 22 points. Zora Holt, Mattea McColly and Cienna Strommen score points for the Raiders. Holt claimed second in the 3200 meter run with a season record...

 

Lustre Track

The Lustre Christian Lions boys track team earned 54 points and third place at the Whitewater Invitational April 21. Jasiah Hambira, Elijah Lenihan, Cayden Klatt and Braden Ewing individually and...

 

Nashua Track

Both the Nashua girls and boys track teams earned points at the Whitewater Invitational April 21. The Porcupines girls team took sixth place with 14 points while the boys earned eight points for seventh place. Tia Dees earned points for the girls...

 

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