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  • VC Confirms Two More COVID-19 Cases

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    July 1 Update: Since the publication of this story, an additional lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 has been identified in Valley County. Case #4 is a male in his 30s who is not hospitalized and is isolating at home. The case was identified through contact tracing and had been undergoing quarantine. The individual does not have symptoms. Valley County reported two lab-confirmed cases of Covid-19 on June 28. Both cases affect Valley County residents currently in the county. According to county health officer Dr. Anne Millard, the two cases were inf... Full story

  • County Surveillance Testing Samples 256

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    People lined up an hour early June 25, to be the first in line to be tested for coronavirus during the county's first surveillance testing event at the county fairgrounds. In total, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital tested 256 individuals for the disease over a five-hour period in a statewide effort to detect the virus in asymptomatic people. Assisting FMDH was the Montana National Guard, who supplied 14 soldiers and airmen to help control traffic, distribute information and collect and... Full story

  • Superintendent To Get 10% Raise

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    The Glasgow School District Negotiations Committee, which is comprised of the entire Glasgow School board, met in the District board room on June 25 to consider 2020-2021 wages for the district clerk and superintendent, as well as conduct the superintendent’s mid-year review in a closed session. The working meeting provided the opportunity for the committee to take each staff member’s proposal under review and negotiate before official decisions are made at the next school board meeting, which is scheduled for July 8. Up for proposal is raising...

  • VC Man Recognized For Helping Out Deputy

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    When Valley County Sheriff Deputy Jesse Vaughn responded to a call about a man in dark clothes walking northbound along Highway 117 between Fort Peck and Nashua in the evening hours of June 9, it was like every other call, that is to say, he had no idea what to expect. When he found the man in the dark and approached him it did not go according to plan. Vaughn told the Courier, at first he was trying to help the man find a safe alternative to walking in the dark, but after some awkward...

  • Wayfinding Project Completes After Five Years

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    Five years of meetings, planning, back and forth with various entities and hard work, new signage is now up throughout Glasgow to direct travelers and locals to locations along Highway 2, downtown and to Fort Peck. The new signage, located at the corner of Fourth Street and First Ave. S.; near the gym at the Glasgow High School; the entrance of the Valley Event Center; on Highway 2 entering town from the east and the west; and in front of Dale Plumbing and Heating; provide the ability for those...

  • Just One Last Thought

    The Children Of Sandy Laumeyer, Just A Thought|Jul 1, 2020

    In honor of our mom, Sandy, we, her children, wanted to write one last “Just a Thought” column for her that spanned nearly a full decade. It seemed fitting since all we ever hear from the community is how much they enjoyed and missed her writing. Before we left the hospital the evening of March 7, Mom made what would be her final request, that we didn’t forget to give her cat, Ginger, her treats. The ideas came flooding in on how appropriate of a “last request” that truly was for Mom. One Last Thought Before I Go... All throughout her life,... Full story

  • Glasgow Courier Closed To Public

    Jul 1, 2020

    In order to continue to bring the news of Valley County to our readers, the Glasgow Courier office is temporarily closed to the public for the foreseeable future. As we value our readers, the Glasgow Courier will be available for purchase on Wednesdays right inside our door. We welcome you to perform any business duties by e-mailing [email protected] or calling 406-228-9301 and welcome you to mail any payments to us at 54226 US Highway 2, Glasgow, MT 59230. The staff of the Glasgow Courier will be out of the office on Friday, July 3, in... Full story

  • Glasgow Yard Of The Week

    Jul 1, 2020

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  • Calendar Of Upcoming Events

    Jul 1, 2020

    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 suggested donation. Please call 228-9500 by 9 a.m. to reserve a grab n go meal. The Fort Peck Summer Theatre has decided to suspend their 51st season. FRIDAY – JULY 3 The Valley County Courthouse will be closed in observance of Independence Day. The Glasgow Courier will be closed in observance of Indep... Full story

  • DC Trip Students Fundraiser

    For the Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    The DC Trip students will be taking pre-sale orders for Krispy Kreme doughnuts from now until delivery on Wednesday, July 15. A dozen original doughnuts are $10. Checks payable to GHS and must be paid for at the time of ordering. Those students selling are Tyann Graham, Isabelle Hood, Klaire Krumwiede, Blake Lloyd, Iris McKean, Bergen Miller, Davyn Myrick, Abrianna Nielsen, Alex Ost, Dalton Sand, He’Lena Stulc and Mitchel Winchester. Delivery will be in the afternoon of July 15 or can be picked up at the Alive at Five activities that d... Full story

  • 2020 FMDH Foundation Golf Tournament – Canceled

    Mary Kate Tihista, For the Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    The FMDH Foundation Board of Directors would like to announce that they have decided to cancel this year’s 2020 golf tournament. For the past 21 years, the FMDH Foundation has held the Foundation’s Open Golf Tournament as its major annual fundraising event. So, to say this was not an easy decision is an understatement. Board President Somer Hoerster stated, “During these uncertain times, we felt it prudent to promote safety for our community, as we are in the business of helping support the best practice of healthcare in Valley Count... Full story

  • Unfortunate Cancellation Update for the 2020 Fort Peck Theatre Season

    For the Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    With a very heavy heart, Fort Peck Fine Arts Council has determined that the 2020 Fort Peck Summer Theatre season will be suspended. After being contacted and advised by authorities regarding the recent COVID-19 cases in the area, FPFAC is following the health professionals’ recommendations and will not present the summer season. BOX OFFICE/TICKET INFO: As our staff and box office prep to accommodate refunds, FPFAC does humbly suggest that audience members might consider the option of keeping unused ticket as a donation. At this time, Fort P... Full story

  • Two Rivers Awards Grants Throughout Valley County

    Two Rivers Economic Growth, For the Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    Two Rivers has done the Valley County Storefront Beautification Grant program the last two years and has again successfully awarded four Valley County storefronts money. We have been so pleased with the final projects and applicants each year. It is a one-to-one match with awards up to $1,000 per applicant. Projects are awarded based upon criteria within the grant that follows guidelines for façade improvement that enhances curb-side appeal. This promotes growth and development for individual businesses as well as the entire area. Two Rivers...

  • Selma Louise Kompel

    Jul 1, 2020

    Selma Louise (Hughes) Kompel, age 90, resident of Glasgow, Mont., for the past 11 years, and previously of Auburntown, Tenn., and Pleasant Valley, N.Y., passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 23, 2020, at 12:50 a.m., at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow with loved ones all around her. She was cremated and will be laid to rest at Washington Hollow Cemetery in Pleasant Valley. A celebration of life and graveside service for family and friends will be in Pleasant Valley on a date to be determined due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Born Friday,... Full story

  • Sandy Laumeyer Services

    Jul 1, 2020

    After a very long and courageous battle with cancer, our beloved mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend, Sandra “Sandy” Kay (Sonnenberg) Laumeyer, 76, of Nashua, Mont., was greeted with all the fanfare a true warrior and champion deserves by her Lord and all His angels Monday, March 9, 2020. Services will be on Saturday, July 11, at 9:30 a.m., at the Laumeyer family farm.... Full story

  • Feeling Behind

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    First off, let me apologize for taking a week off from writing about gardening. We had a family gathering to celebrate a 90th birthday. It took a week to properly fete the birthday girl. There wasn't much gardening done during that week. Now I feel like I'm running way behind. I do believe every single seed pod that fell from from the Chinese elm tree that overhangs the garden was viable. They've sprouted with abandon between the rows and also with precision alongside every wanted vegetable I'd...

  • Reds Win On The Road

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    After an unexpected cancellation of their double header against the Wolf Point Yellowjackets in Wolf Point, which was supposed to be played on June 27, the Glasgow Reds traveled to Glendive on June 28 to play a doubleheader against the Glendive Blue Devils B. After battling it out in 12 innings over two games, the Glasgow Reds took home the wins, 10 to two in the first game and eight to two in the second game. Game action started for the Reds in the first game when Walker Laumeyer grounded out, allowing Calvin Bengochea to go from second base t...

  • Opheim 'Cowboys Up' for 2020 Rodeo

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    The Opheim Rodeo grounds were the hot spot to be on June 28 despite the cooler temperatures that followed Saturday night's storm. The mud puddles in the arena may have slowed down the horses and riders, but they were not enough to prevent the social event of the year in north Valley County. Cowboys and cowgirls from across the region and the state traveled to the remote town for the Northern Rodeo Association sanctioned event, a first for the community. Competitors were forced to contend with...

  • FORE The Kids Cup Tournament

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    The fifth annual FORE the Kids Cup golf tournament was held June 28 at Sunnyside Country Club under slightly cloudy conditions that threatened rain but never quite followed through. The sun eventually broke through, 'keeping it sunny at Sunnyside' for the golfers out to raise funds for golf scholarships. Twenty-eight teams hit the links for the largest FORE the Kids tournament to date. "A record turnout and a beautiful day!" raved Sunnyside manager Andy Newton. "Sunday Funday was in full...

  • Girls Softball Ends Season

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jul 1, 2020

    The shortened softball season came to end this past weekend for the 12U and 10U teams of Glasgow. Glasgow played host for the MonDak league year-end tournament at Sullivan Park on June 27. Under the big sky and in scorching temperatures, the teams battled it out on the diamonds for softball supremacy. The Glasgow 10U team claimed third place in the tournament, after falling to Havre, 14-10, and Lewistown, 21-10. The 12U girls battled back from a 13-2 initial loss to Havre to snag second place...

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  • Hi-Line Farm and Ranch July 2020

    Jul 1, 2020

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  • Plan for a Sober Ride:

    Jul 1, 2020

    The Valley County Sheriff’s Office and the Glasgow Police Department wants everyone to enjoy the Fourth of July celebrations and our country’s independence which brings many things to mind – family, friends, food, and fireworks. But all too often, alcohol and driving are added to the mix with tragic results. Law enforcement is increasing patrols on the roads in Valley County, and the City of Glasgow, along with the Montana Highway Patrol statewide, around the Fourth of July holiday to remind motorists to drive sober or get pulled over. Summe... Full story