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  • Recent Drug Seizure In Valley County

    Valley County Sheriffs Office, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The Valley County Sheriff’s Office recently served and executed a Search Warrant in Valley County, Glasgow, that resulted in the apprehension and seizure of approximately one ounce of methamphetamine, 200 fentanyl pills, over $2,500 in US dollars, a loaded firearm, and various other items of contraband. The suspect will have charges filed locally with the County Attorney for distribution and possession of dangerous drugs. This is part of an 18 month long investigation involving FBI, BIA, and the Glasgow Police Department, and this i...

  • 2024 Scottie Booster Club All-Sports Banquet Honorees

    For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The 2024 Scottie Booster Club held their All-Sports Banquet on May 28 at St. Raphael's Parish Gymnasium in Glasgow. This annual event is for all coaches and student athletes as well as a celebration of Scottie athletics from throughout the school year. This year's featured speaker was Nick Walker, a current multi-sport coach and athletic director at Killdeer High School in Killdeer N.D., where he is completing his second yar as a leader of Cowboy athletics. Walker is a 1998 graduate of...

  • Fire Departments Respond To Sunday Fire

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    Black smoke was billowing towards the Cottonwood Inn and Border Plains the evening of June 2, which originated from behind Arch's Tire and Service on Highway 2, in Glasgow. The Glasgow/Long Run Fire Departments were paged at 7:37 p.m., responding quickly. Upon arrival, heavy black smoke was showing from an underground bunker behind Arch's. After further investigation, fire and smoke was found throughout the entire bunker. Response included Fire Command, Engine 1, Engine 2, Engine 3, Truck 719,...

  • Glasgow Schools Hires Hudyma As New Irle Elementary Principal

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The Glasgow School board had a work session on May 28 to review four applicants to fill the Irle School principal position. The position had been held by Ed Sugg since the fall of 2021 however earlier in the school year, he requested a transfer to a teaching position at the Glasgow Middle School starting with the 2024-2025 school year. After reviewing the four applicants, the School Board agreed to interview Linda Huydma, a long time teacher in the Glasgow School System and a current teacher at Glasgow High School. They agreed to interview...

  • Flaten and Molstad Stay Alive – Win Catfish 25

    Montana Cats Staff, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    When an event reaches 25 years it is commonly referred to as that event's "Silver Jubilee". It's only natural to want something special to happen when celebrating a quarter century of growth and sustained success. That something special happened in 2024. The Milk River Catfish Classic celebrated its 25th tournament in simply incredible fashion. It was May of 2000 when two young college kids overwhelmed an inaugural tournament field of just 12 teams to claim bragging rights and put the Cat Classi...

  • Don't Let Investments Take A Vacation

    Edward Jones Financial Advisor CFP Arron Franzen, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    Summertime is almost here — and for many people that means it’s time to hit the road. But even if you decide to take a vacation, you’ll want other areas of your life to keep working — especially your investments. So, how can you prevent your investments, and your overall financial strategy, from going on “vacation”? Here are a few suggestions: • Check your progress. You want your investments to be working hard for you, so you’ll need to check on their performance periodically — but be careful about how you evaluate results. Don’t compare you...

  • Delay In Receipt Of Glasgow Courier

    Jun 5, 2024

    Again, we want to thank all the readers, subscribers and advertisers for supporting us. We want to reiterate, we recognize the printing of The Glasgow Courier has not been up to the standards that you expect from your local newspaper. We recognize the too dark photos where you can’t see who is in the photo. We recognize the blurriness of photos. We also recognize the dark streaks on the pages, which make it hard to read what is on the page. For the month of June, the Glasgow Courier will be printing in Kalispell, Mont. We have to submit p...

  • Street Closure In Glasgow

    For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    In Glasgow, 3rd Street South, from 3rd Ave to 5th Ave., will be closed until approximately the 14th of June in order to allow construction crews to work on the pool. As a result of the windy conditions last week, concrete pouring for the pool was delayed and is expected to occur during the next few weeks. Please choose an alternative route during this time....

  • The Knierim Family Scholarships 2024

    For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The Knierim family is offering scholarships to students currently enrolled in higher education, either in Montana or out of state, if the student is from Valley, Daniels, Sheridan or Roosevelt counties. A new feature of the scholarships is that the information can now be found on the World Wide Web at and applications can be sent to Box 29, Glasgow, before July 15. Also new this year is a gift from the family of Pearl Nickels in her memory for students entering education or nursing. Pearl Nickels was a long time...

  • Vandalism Occurred At Glasgow Base Ponds Fishing Access Site

    Marc Kloker, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 game wardens are seeking any information regarding vandalism that took place at the Glasgow Base Ponds FAS north of Glasgow near Saint Marie. Damage occurred by vandals firing both rifle and/or pistol bullets and shotgun pellets at signs and the on-site latrine, resulting in significant expense to replace and/or fix those items. The damage was first recorded by Warden Wyatt Pickens on May 23. Anyone with possible information about this is encouraged to visit to...

  • Glasgow Got Flash Mobbed!

    For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The Irle School fifth grade Flash Mob made their way around town on May 29 to perform three songs, "Man in the Mirror," by Michael Jackson, "I Want It That Way," by the Backstreet Boys, and "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift. The group of students were accompanied by Irle Music Teacher Christine Gilchrist and paraprofessional Pam Marks....

  • Affordable Health Screenings Coming to Glasgow

    For the Courier

    Residents living in and around the Glasgow can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Cottonwood Inn will host this community event on Thursday, June 20. The site is located at 54250 Us Hwy 2 in Glasgow. Screenings can check for: The level of plaque buildup in your arteries, related to risk for cardiovascular disease, stroke and overall vascular health. HDL and LDL Cholesterol levels Diabetes risk Kidney and thyroid...

  • Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

    Jun 5, 2024

    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 Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open for the summer! Memorial Day through Labor Day, weekly Thursday through Monday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 406-526-3493 or follow us on Facebook for activities and events: @USACEFortPeck. Thursday, June 6 Free Hearing Clinic at the Court St. Building, 334 W. Court Street, Glasgow. This clinic is by appointme...

  • Stanley Soper

    Jun 5, 2024

    Our dearest friend, brother, and uncle, Stanley Frederick Soper aka Stanley Steamer aka Stan the Cement Man passed away Monday, May 20, 2024, in Malta, Mont. He was 79. To celebrate Stan's remarkable life, two Celebrations of Life will be held. The first gathering will be held Saturday, June 8, beginning at 1 p.m., at the Mint Bar in Malta. The second gathering will be held Friday, July 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the VFW in Glasgow, Mont. A military honors ceremony will be held at the VFW...

  • Robert 'Bob' Livingston

    Jun 5, 2024

    Robert "Bob" Gordon Livingston passed away on Thursday, May 30, 2024, at Valley View Home in Glasgow, Mont., at the age of 86. Bob has been cremated and will be buried with his parents in Havre, Mont. No memorial service is planned. Bob was born in Glasgow, on May 28, 1938, to Del Livingston and Alice (Archambeault) Livingston. He resided in Havre with his parents until the age of 12. In 1950, Bob moved to the family ranch north of Fort Peck, Mont., to live with his uncle Lewis Archambeault and...

  • Lillian Uphaus

    Jun 5, 2024

    Lillian Marie (Jenson) Uphaus, age 82, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 22, 2024. A graveside service will be held at Highland Cemetery on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 11 a.m., with a luncheon to follow at VFW Post 3107. Condolences may be left at A full obituary will be published at a later date....

  • Bennie Hallock

    Jun 5, 2024

    Bennie Hallock, 85, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Saturday, June 1, 2024, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. Services are pending at this time. Condolences for the family may be left at

  • Thomas Klotz Services

    Jun 5, 2024

    A Memorial Service for Thomas Klotz, 70, of Helena, Mont., formerly of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Friday, April 19, 2024, at his home in Helena. A memorial service will be held 1 p.m., Thursday, June 6, at Bell Mortuary with Pastor Bonnie Novak officiating. A reception will follow at the Cottonwood Inn, Glasgow. Condolences may be left at

  • Lucky Clover 4-H Meeting Notes

    Emma Kirkland, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    May 5, 2024 Meeting was called to order by Jadeen Hanshew. Maddy Tatafu shared club history and explained the meaning of 4-H. Jadeen had a presentation on his up coming D.C trip. He explained what he was going to experience. He said he was looking forward to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The livestock meeting is held on June 10 and horse ID forms are due June 1. And Sheep tag-ins are also June 1. Bronwin ended us off with a fun guess and taste game with Cinco De Mayo foods and drinks....

  • 2025 Nile Merit Heifer Program

    NILE, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    An incredible opportunity for today’s youth to get involved in the cattle industry is the NILE Merit Heifer Program. Applications are now being accepted for the 2024-2025 year. The NILE Merit Heifer program is a live animal scholarship. Recipients receive a heifer calf to help them get a start in the beef cattle business and gain knowledge about the beef industry. During the program, participants are responsible for caretaking, record keeping, breeding, and bringing the heifer back to the NILE Stock Show as a bred heifer to compete for h...

  • Glasgow Stockyards Report

    For the Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards on May 30, show 405 cattle sold. Utility and commercial cows brought in $120 to $145; canner and cutter cows $90 to $120; young feeding/turnout cows $160 to $233; and bulls $140 to $170. Consignors were: Hinsdale 2160 Bull $168.00 Saco 2095 Bulls $163.00 Larslan 2025 Bull $165.00 Malta 2015 Bull $170.00 Saco 1245 Cow $143.00 Malta 1230 Cow $151.00 Roberts 1350 Cows $143.00 Scobey 1493 Cows $143.00 Whitewater 1510 Cows $143.00 Malta 1565 Cows $141.50 Richland 1615 Cow $141.00 Larslan 1980 Cow $145.00...

  • Catfish Days Fun in Glasgow

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The sixth annual Milk River Catfish Days kicked off on May 31 with a Savvy performance in front of the Elks Club and the Calcutta for the Catfish Classic Teams. The next day was met with gorgeous weather for the vendor and craft show on 2nd Ave. S., the Catfish Crawl at the Busted Knuckle, the School's Out Carnival in front of the Children's Museum and the Cornhole tournament at the Elks Club....

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled by Michelle Bigelbach, The Glasgow Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    1 Years Ago Wednesday, June 4, 2014 East Side School drew a crowd of students, parents and staff at the Glasgow High School on Friday, May 30, for the 13th annual egg drop. It lasted a few hours, starting first thing in the morning for the last day of school. While the sun was out, the wind may have affected some of the drops off the gymnasium roof onto the alley behind the track bleachers. Sixth grade science teacher Wade Nelson explained that while the shapes and sizes could be just about...

  • Lustre Boys Third At State Track

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The Lustre boys track team put up 42 points at the MHSA Class C State Track & Field Meet in Great Falls to take third place. Lustre finished behind Belt, 67, and Manhattan Christian, 56, at the meet held May 24 and 25. The Lions set three personal records and one season record in Great Falls. Hinsdale put up points in both the boys and girls competitions. The Raider boys team had 6 points to end in four-way tie for 23rd while the girls finished in a three-way tie for 26th place with 3 points....

  • Scottie Softball Ends Season at State

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jun 5, 2024

    The Scottie softball season came to an end at the State Tournament at the hands of Manhattan and Thompson Falls. Glasgow, in its first State appearance in seven years, fell 6-4 to Manhattan in the opening round of the tournament, moved to May 24 from the 23 due to rainfall in Billings. In loser-out action, Glasgow dropped an 8-5 contest to Thompson Falls that afternoon. Glasgow took the lead over Manhattan in the third, sending two runners home but Manhattan shut the Scotties out in the top of third. Manhattan then scored six times to take the...

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