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Lack of Power and Rainy Weather Did Not Stop Middle of Nowhere BBQ

The weather didn't cooperate. The power didn't cooperate. The participants, however, did cooperate. Team Kastet proved themselves to be champions in more ways than one this past weekend at the second...

 

Nashua Awarded with Cook Fresh Award

During the annual Montana School Nutrition Association conference in June, Nashua School was awarded a Montana Cook Fresh Award, which recognizes schools for their dedication to serving from-scratch...

 

City of Glasgow Raises Tax Revenues

The Glasgow City Council voted in a split decision to raise tax revenues for the city by a total of roughly $49,000. The move is likely to raise taxes next year for most Glasgow residents and businesses. The vote followed a tense exchange between...

 

Nemont Manor Struggles to Finance $4.6 Million Reno

Nemont Manor’s new ownership, Affiliated Developers Inc., has told the Courier that they are struggling to acquire the necessary Housing and Urban Development (HUD) loans and grants required to complete their planned $4.6 million renovation of the...

 

FMDH Chosen as Community Integrated Healthcare Pilot Site

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has been chosen to be one of six sites throughout the state to pilot a model of community-based healthcare designed to expand the role of EMS providers to deliver more effective and efficient non-emergency services....

 

Opheim Welcomes New Faculty

The school may be small, but that does not mean it is not strong. While the number of students has dwindled over the years, the school remains committed to keeping the doors open for the students and...

 

Helping Out MYCA Cadets

Dear Editor, Every week after I talk to my daughter Alexandria, who is currently at the Montana Youth Challenge Academy (MYCA) in Dillon, Mont., I post to let family and friends from near and far know...

 

Moon Gazing Party at the Fort Peck Shooting Range

A moon grazing party is planned for Saturday, Sept. 14, starting at 7:30 p.m., at the Fort Peck Shooting Range. Binoculars and telescopes will be provided but please bring your own if you have them as well as a flashlight to find your car. A full... Full story

 

Medical Benefit for Floyd Peacher

There will be a medical benefit for Floyd Peacher on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Connection, 640 2nd Ave No., Glasgow, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. A free will offering will be accepted. Traveling tacos, fruit salad and a cup of ice cream will be served. The... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

For September and October, the Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through the end of September. Powerhouse tours are available at... Full story

 

Franklin B. Hill

Franklin B. Hill, age 85, of Nashua, Mont., passed away at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, Colo., on Monday, Sept. 2, 2019, following a brief illness. Franklin's family will receive friends... Full story

 

Jerry Dennis Norheim

Jerry Dennis Norheim, 73, of Nashua, Mont., died on Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. There will be a graveside service at St. Paul Lutheran Church near Fairfield, Mont., on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019, at 2 p.m.... Full story

 

Glasgow's Valley Bank to Become Bank of Glasgow in October

Bank of Bridger, N.A.’s parent bank-holding company, The Bridger Company, has recently acquired Malta Banquo, Inc., and its entirely-owned subsidiaries, which includes Valley Bank in Glasgow and First Security Bank in Malta. Starting Monday, Oct....

 

Thistle and Thread Opens Storefront in Wolf Point

Back in March, Glasgow residents Ashley Kemmis and Brianna Page began kicking around an idea. In the wake of Shopko announcing it was closing all of its store locations, including Glasgow, the two...

 

Deja Vu?

I was tempted to use last week’s report again this week. The rain is a bit of deja vu, although we were able to get some of the wheat crop in and binned. I’ve spent a few hours this last week out in the tractor hauling the grain cart between the...

 

A Library Card Is More Than Just For Books

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, and the Glasgow City-County Library is joining with the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide to encourage people of all ages to obtain a free library card. This year, Disney Pixar’s To...

 

Starting Off On The Right Foot

"This will be a good year." If the season opener for the Glasgow Scottie football team is any indicator, those words from Assistant Coach Levi Sugg may prove to be an understatement. The boys in red...

 

Lady Scotties Crown Tournament Champs at Chinook

Coming off an impressive weekend at the Chouteau Invitational to start off the volleyball season the weekend before, the Lady Scotties took that momentum and ran with it during the Chinook...

 

Meet Cancellation Leads to Wet Race in Glasgow

After Malta cancelled their regular invitationals the day before the scheduled meet for Sept. 7, Glasgow High School decided to host an emergency meet at Sullivan Park for that same morning inviting...

 

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