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 By A.J. Etherington    News    June 17, 2020

Glasgow Council Resurrects Chicken Ordinance

The Glasgow City Council moved one step closer to adding a resolution to the November general election ballot that would allow residents to raise chickens inside the city’s limits. The motion to draft a resolution for both chickens and to...

 By A.J. Etherington    News    June 17, 2020

Valley County Primary Results

A primary record 62.71 percent of the registered voting population in Valley County cast ballots in the all-mail state primary on June 2. In total, 2,943 of 4,693 voters cast their ballots with 686 cast for Democrats, seven for the Green party and...


An Almost Clean Slate

The former Glasgow Courier building comes down in stages after the new owners Mike and Jan Kaiser took possession of the property. The two are not quite ready to talk about their plans for the soon...


Opheim Celebrates Graduates Community Style

"That's been 2020," said Jennifer McAllister, Opheim public school superintendent, as she explained how plans for graduation and the community celebration had been upended by Mother Nature. An afterno...


Sage Grouse Ruling Highlights Need To Improve Public Land Management

Dear Editor, In a recent U.S. District Court ruling by Judge Brian Morris, the American public heard loud and clear that the federal administration broke the law when it offered leases on public...


Meatpacking Industry Facing Challenges and Changes

At the beginning of June, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced the state was making available $2 million dollars to boost in-state processing and storage capacity for local meat processors. The monies will come from the federal Coronavirus Aid,...


Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

Summer hours for the Pioneer Museum through August are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 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... Full story


4th of July Celebration

We are currently working on our second annual Fourth of July celebration fundraiser. This is a three part event held at the fairgrounds. Part one is a community barbecue that features: hamburgers, potato salad, baked beans, chips, brownies,... Full story


Harold 'Toke' Keith Tokerud

Harold Keith Tokerud, better known as Toke, was born in Great Falls, Mont., on May 25, 1932. He passed away from natural causes in Las Vegas, Nev., on Friday, June 5, 2020, near where he lived in... Full story


Shirley Ann Meiers

Shirley Ann (Daniels) Meiers, 85, of Missoula, Mont., passed away Sunday, June 7, 2020, at her home. Private graveside services will be held with family. Shirley was born July 20, 1934, in Poplar,... Full story


Sandra Kay Boese Memorial Services

Sandra Kay Boese, 57, passed away in Glasgow, Mont., of natural causes on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Per Sandy’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A memorial service for family and friends will be held on Friday, June 19, at Bell Mortuary, in Glasgow... Full story

 By Mary Honrud    Lifestyle    June 17, 2020

Spring Bounty

Editor’s Note: This column was submitted to us on June 7. Due to space in the past few issues of the Courier, this column was held. I’m still enjoying fresh rhubarb and asparagus, but not together of course! I still haven’t made a rhubarb pie,...


Reds Have Rough Home Field Weekend

After weeks of uncertainty of whether or not there would be a baseball season as the state started its reopening plan, the Glasgow Reds officially started their season at home field on June 13 with a...


Thunder Recruit Their Own To Coach 2020

Glasgow native Ethan Shrader has returned to the Bonnie City for the summer to take on the head coach role for the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team. Shrader, who currently teaches English at Butte Central...


3 Club Tourney at Sunnyside

Golf in the best of conditions is a challenging game. Whipping wind is expected in northeast Montana and adds another degree of difficulty. Limiting golfers to just three clubs for 18 rounds is a...


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