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Montana Enters Phase Two Of Reopening

As the state continues to see lower number of active coronavirus cases compared to the rest of the country, Montana officially entered Phase Two of the Reopening the Big Sky plan on June 1. This new phase allows local businesses the option to increas... Full story

 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    June 3, 2020

Golf On

Keep it sunny. And safe. A slightly modified catch phrase at the golf course this season, but it is working. In keeping with protocols outlined by Governor Steve Bullock and local health officials,...


FMDH Offering New Procedure And Technology To Patients

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has added a new procedure and new technology to help patients with their gallstone needs instead of having to travel to Billings. ERCP, also known as endoscopic...


Valley County Pool Campaign Working Behind The Scenes

The Valley County Pool Campaign committee has been working hard behind the scenes these past few months, continuing to get the word out everywhere they can for the need of a new pool and bathhouse in Glasgow. From writing grants, to adding another...

 By A.J. Etherington    News    June 3, 2020

Landfill Fees Are Old News

For the Valley County Landfill, illegal dumping is not a new thing. In fact, an article in the Courier from 1995 and an article in the Good Evening Glasgow in 2000 each address illegal dumping or the assessment of fees for dumping “above and...


COVID-19 Wake Up Call

Dear Editor, The COVID-19 viral pandemic seems to have caught our population unprepared. Global Free Trade leaves us susceptible to another viral pandemic--foot and mouth disease (FMD). Fresh and...


The Theft Of Our Vested Water Rights On BLM Administered Lands

Dear Editor, Water rights in Montana have been the topic of much discussion and rulings, both legislatively and judicially, over the past 40 plus years. To say this has resulted in a totally confused...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    June 3, 2020

Making Toast

Deciding to have toast with our coffee the other morning, we put the bread in, pushed down the lever and went to the coffee pot. In a very short time we heard and saw SPARKS flying from the toaster. A trip to town or a visit to Amazon was in order....


Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

The Senior Citizen Center will continue Meals on Wheels. Grab n’ go meals are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays for those age 60 plus with a $5.50 suggested donation. Please call 228-9500 by 9 a.m. to reserve a grab n go meal. Thursday, June 4... Full story


Anita Raye Steiner

Anita Raye Steiner, age 84, of Fort Peck, Mont., passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020, in Great Falls, Mont. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Sunday July 5, at Highland Cemetery, located in... Full story


Edna Brown

Edna (Aitken) Brown, 93, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020, at Valley View Home, in Glasgow. No services are planned at this time. Edna was born Aug. 23, 1926, in Glasgow, to... Full story


Marvin Copenhaver

Marvin Copenhaver, 85, of Fort Smith, Ark., passed away Tuesday, May 26, 2020. He was born July 8, 1934, in Hinsdale, Mont., to Martin and Cappie Copenhaver. He was retired from Whirlpool and a U. S.... Full story


Opheim School Celebration June 14

Parents, students and community members, please join us Sunday, June 14, at 3 p.m. at the Community Park for a potluck. We will be celebrating our sports club, academic awards as well as kindergarten, sixth-grade and senior graduation. The school... Full story


Babysitting Boot Camp

Are the neighbors calling and texting because they need a babysitter? Is your child anxious to begin babysitting but you aren’t sure if he/she is quite ready? Babysitting Boot Camp may be just what you are hoping for. MSU Extension Agent Roubie... Full story


ServSafe Food Manager Class Available June 22

Montana Department of Agriculture, your local health departments and Montana State University Extension work hard to make sure safe food is prepared and served in restaurants and other food establishments. Montana State University Extension helps by... Full story

 By Wes Thompson    Opinion    June 3, 2020

Valley View Administrator On Continued No Visitor Policy

We at Valley View Home want to provide the community an update on our current restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The phases that have been implemented do not pertain to nursing homes and that our current restrictions in place are based upon...


Hi-Line Farm and Ranch June 2020

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From The Mayor

Dear Glasgow Residents, I would like to comment on the numerous Facebook comments pertaining to the commercial hanging flower pots and trees in the downtown area. The comments state that local tax dollars have been used to purchase the flowers,...


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