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Valley County Community Pool Campaign Reaches $2 Million Mark

The Valley County Community Pool Campaign has officially reached the $2 million mark, due to recent donations made during the All-Class Reunion, which took place June 16 through 19. According to...

 

UPDATE TO MISSING VALLEY COUNTY MALE

UPDATE: Gabe has reached out to his mom and he is okay. MISSING FROM VALLEY COUNTY MONTANA: Please be on the lookout for: NAME: Gabriel Scott Hughes (AKA Gabe Hughes) DOB: 02.05.2001 LAST SEEN... Full story

 

Dirkes Appointed FMDH's New CEO

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (FMDH) Board has announced the appointment of Nickolas "Nick" Dirkes as the new chief executive officer, after an extensive nationwide search lead by COORS Leadership...

 

Rain, Shine and Fun

A brief thunderstorm in the afternoon did not damper the community or Valley View Home's annual community barbecue on June 23. Special to this year's event was the celebration of Sally Figmaka, who...

 

Hinsdale Requests Your Yes Vote On Building Reserve Levy Election

For the Courier The Hinsdale School Board is asking the community for funds to replace the 1968 school boiler and the high school ventilation system. At this time federal and local funds are being used to replace the elementary ventilation system....

 

From the Publisher's Desk

Readers, You might notice a change to this week’s issue – there is one 12-page section as opposed to the two sections you are accustomed to. Over the past month, the Miles City Star has graciously printed the Glasgow Courier while the Havre... Full story

 

Be Safe On Fourth Of July: Prepare To Extinguish and Ensure No Fires Left Behind

Message From The Valley County Sheriff’s Office On June 28, the Long Run Fire Department responded to two fires ignited by fireworks. Those lighting the fireworks did not remain on scene and did not work to extinguish or notify dispatch....

 

Calendar for the Week of June 29, 2022

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 September are...

 

Upcoming Summer Reading Highlights at the GCCL

For the Courier The Glasgow City-County Library’s Summer Reading Program is in full swing and there are a lot of activities scheduled over the next few weeks. Week three activity and reading sheets are available starting on Monday, June 27 and...

 

Ethel Jane Hide

Ethel Jane Hide, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, in Glasgow, surrounded by family. Jane was born May 29, 1943, in Grand... Full story

 

Shirley Aitken Services

Shirley Mae Aitken, born Jan. 21, 1951, passed away Saturday, Feb. 19. She will be honored and remembered at her Celebration of Life on Saturday, July 16, at 1 p.m. at Garden City Funeral Home in Missoula, Mont. A reception will follow. All who knew... Full story

 

Services for Laura Pehan Borges

A memorial mass will be held for Laura Pehan Borges on July 3, 2022 at 11:30 a.m. at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Glentana, Mont. followed by a blessing at the Glentana Cemetery. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1 p.m. with a luncheon at... Full story

 

New Changes In Marijuantana

As of Jan 1, 2022, medical and recreational marijuana use is legal in Montana for people over 21. Since weed/pot/cannabis is now in similar standing to alcohol, updated marijuana education and understanding of responsible consumption is needed....

 

Valley County Combined Campaign Has Another Successful Year

For the Courier Thank you to all who donated and volunteered for another successful fundraiser for the 40th year of the Valley County Combined Campaign's 2022 season. The total amounts contributed to...

 

More Maintenance

Not much has changed in the garden this past week. I’m still doing plenty of weeding: all the seeds blown in from the shelter belt trees (I’m looking at you, Chinese elm) are sprouting with wild abandon due to the rains. Those seeds nestled up ag... Full story

 

Do Not Pass Go

Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Google. Almost all of us have some kind of relationship with at least one of these companies, perhaps even all four. We rely on them for staying in touch with loved ones, providing entertainment, answering our...

 

GKST Boasts Two High Point Winners in Sidney

"Glasgow swam amazing," said Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team head coach Ethan Shrader of his team's performance in the 2022 Sidney Swim Meet. He highlighted the performance of the 8 and under girls'...

 

Glasgow Reds 1-5 On The Week

The Glasgow Reds dropped two games in Glendive last Wednesday before splitting a set in Billings on Saturday. The Blue Devils ended game one in Glendive after four and a half innings with a score of...

 

Opheim Rodeo 2022

Northern Rodeo Association For the Courier Bareback Riding Place Name Town Score Winnings 1 Bucky McAlpine Wolf Point 71 $517.00 2 Trevor Kay Chester, Idaho 66 $387.75 Saddle Bronc Riding Place Name...

 

Glasgow Courier Temporary Office Hours

Due to staff shortage, the Glasgow Courier will have the following temporary office hours: Monday through Wednesday: 8am - 4pm Open Thursdays depending on availability Closed on Fridays If you are in need of assistance outside of these hours please... Full story

 

Montanans: Plan for a Sober Ride and Help Everyone Get Home Safely This Fourth of July

As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, Valley County Sheriff’s Office, Glasgow Police Department, and the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) are encouraging Montanans to plan for a sober ride home before they celebrate. The Fourth is one of the... Full story

 
 By For the Courier    AG    June 29, 2022

2022 NE MT Pulse Plot Tour July 7

The 2022 NE MT Pulse Plot Tour will be held Thursday, July 7, meeting at the Inoculant Trials. Please contact the MSU Extension Office, 406-228-6241 for a map or directions to the plot. The road will be inaccessible if raining. We are pleased to... Full story

 

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