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  • Bank Of Glasgow Rains Funds On Local Fire Departments

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    After a month of fundraising for Glasgow Fire and Long Run Fire in Valley County, Bank of Glasgow presented the funds to the two different entities on Sept. 15. Due to community support by placing money in boots located in the bank's lobby and purchasing lemonades from local children at the lemonade stand in front of the bank, a total of $2,166 was raised. "Every penny helps," stated Brunelle upon receiving the funds. "It was really cool that the kids got involved," exclaimed Bryan. Though the...

  • CAPE AIR Reselected As Essential Air Service Airline For Eastern Montana

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has reselected Cape Air to provide Essential Air Service (EAS) at five eastern Montana communities: Glasgow, Glendive, Havre, Sidney, and Wolf Point. Cape Air has been serving these communities since 2013 and will continue to provide service between the communities and Billings Logan International Airport (BIL) for the four-year term from Jan. 1, 2024, through Dec. 31, 2027. Cape Air’s President and CEO, Linda Markham shares, “We are excited to provide dependable air service for eastern Montana for...

  • National Weather Services Announces Radar Outage During Major Upgrade

    Meteorologist In Charge Patrick Gilchrist, For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    Beginning Monday, Oct. 2, the KGGW WSR-88D operated by NOAA’s National Weather Service in Glasgow will be down for approximately two weeks for an important upgrade. Technicians will refurbish and replace the pedestal, one of the most critical components of the radar, which is necessary for antenna rotation and positioning to capture data in all directions. The components are extremely heavy and will require the radome to be removed by crane and replaced when the work is completed. The radar and pedestal were designed to last 25 years, and t...

  • Glasgow City Council Yard Of The Week

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    The Glasgow City Council has awarded Richard and Kari Wiens, 404 4th Ave. N., as the Yard Of The Week for the week of Sept. 10. They received $25 in Chamber Big Bucks, sponsored each week in the summer by the Glasgow City Council....

  • GPD's Norman Dick Promoted To Sergeant

    Sep 20, 2023

  • Glasgow School Bond Frequently Asked Questions

    District Board of Trustees Angie Page, For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    WHY NOW? In 2013, voters were asked to approve a facilities bond in the amount of $2,000,000. That bond called for the same Scottie track and field improvements that are being requested in this bond (as well as paving the High School parking lot, enclosing the commons area at GHS and installation of a turf softball field). That bond failed with 41 percent of 2,082 voters in favor of the project. Since that time, the Glasgow School District has kept this project in the pipeline, patiently waiting for a more opportune time (Keystone pipeline to g... Full story

  • In Support Of Proposed School Bond

    Sep 20, 2023

    Dear Editor, The Cottonwood Inn owners and management want to assure you of our support for the proposed School Bond to fund the Scottie Recharged project. As one of the largest private businesses in Glasgow, we understand the importance of our schools and school activities to this community. We employ 70 to 80 community members whose children and grandchildren attend school in our district. It is important for our business to be successful to provide for those families and individuals. And our...

  • The Upcoming Glasgow Bond

    Sep 20, 2023

    Dear Editor, My perspective on the upcoming bond: We moved back to Glasgow four years ago. It wasn't in our plans to make this move but we were blown away by the school environment that has been established here (especially compared to other places), the supportive community, and the hometown pride. Through foster care, we have given as many kids the best opportunity to thrive that we can. It is a big commitment for our family, but in the end more children have a chance to start their own lives...

  • The Upcoming Glasgow Bond

    Sep 20, 2023

    I'd just like to express my gratitude towards the Glasgow community. I grew up in Hinsdale. I played football for Glasgow and had more track practices in Glasgow than I did in Hinsdale for pole vaulting. Many Glasgow families, (Hartsocks, Kittlesons, Hughes, Remus, Riggins, Corys, Flatens, Krumwiedes... I could do this all day...), made me feel at home and always helped/watched out for me. Don't get me wrong, life is not only about sports, however, many life lessons are learned through these...

  • Glasgow Scottie Upcoming Facilities Bond Tidbits

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    The election will be administered by the Valley County Election Administrator and will be a mail-ballot election. Ballots will be mailed out on Sept. 29 and must be returned by Oct. 17. Tidbit 1 What will the proposed $8.58 Million Dollar Facility Improvements Bond include? #1 – Replace the failed 80-year-old boiler at Glasgow High School to assure our students will have adequate heat in the winter months. #2 – Extensively repair damaged roofs at Glasgow High School and Glasgow Middle School to assure that we can keep the inside of our bui...

  • Glasgow School District Bus Driver Shortage

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    The Glasgow School District is at risk of having to cut more bus routes due to the bus driver shortage. In the past three years, the District has gone from nine route drivers, down to just four regular drivers. This mirrors the nationwide bus driver shortage. Starting Sept. 18, the Saint Marie route will be down to one very full route, driven by the Transportation Coordinator/Mechanic. Strategies employed this year to recruit new bus drivers include the purchase of an “E” Bus, which is used on the Nashua/East route and doesn’t require a CDL l...

  • Cowboy Sweetheart

    Gwen Cornwell, For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    Since it has been a few weeks since remembering and I have been traveling, not on the highway, but by air, I thought I would share another Burma Shave - Asked what he did for exercise Gallo, a Spanish bull fighter, replied that he smoked Havana Cigars. Now on to my trip to Missouri, I got to see a girl that I went to school with in the fifth grade in Missouri. We used to stand on our farm house back porch and sing “I want to be a Cowboy Sweetheart.” So, I shared with her just how silly and naïve we were. Sharing old memories is great and some...

  • To the Community of Glasgow

    Sep 20, 2023

    As directors of the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, Inc., we enthusiastically support the proposed bond for improvements to the facilities within the Glasgow School District. This bond is essential - not only for the benefit of our students, but also for the community of Glasgow. Tournaments and regular sporting events that are held at our current facilities provide a much-needed economic boost for our area, often during the financially strained times of the year. Currently, ou...

  • Constitution Week 2023

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    Milk River Chapter, Montana State Society, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution members Joy Linn, Melissa Ancell and Elinor Lindsey joined Glasgow Mayor Rod Karst to sign the chapter's Constitution Week Proclamation. Constitution Week is celebrated annually during the week of September 17 through 23, to commemorate it's history, importance and bring attention to how it still services us today. By joint resolution, on Aug. 2, 1956, (36U.S.C.159) the Congress designated this week...

  • Property Tax Rebates Reach Halfway Point

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    Thousands of Montana taxpayers have successfully claimed and received property tax relief. Most qualified Montana taxpayers have already claimed their property tax rebate. The Montana Department of Revenue has approved over 150,000 claims or about 70 percent of estimated potential claims. Counties with a higher estimated percentage of claimed rebates are Hill, Pondera, Missoula, Silver Bow, and Lewis and Clark. “Getting the rebates to Montana taxpayers has been our number one priority, so we’re grateful a majority of taxpayers have already cla...

  • USDA Makes More Grants Available For Meat and Poultry Processors

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Acting Under Secretary Roger Glendenning has announced that USDA is making more funding available for meat and poultry processors to expand operations, transform the food supply chain and create new and better markets for producers. This funding advances President Biden’s commitment to grow the economy from the bottom up and middle out by creating good-paying jobs and opportunities in every community. “The Biden-Harris Administration and USDA are committed to transforming our food system t...

  • Wanda Gundermann

    Sep 20, 2023

    Wanda Gay (Fuhrman) Gundermann passed away peacefully in the early morning of Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023, in Billings, Mont., at the age of 74. During her long medical battle, her daughters and grandchildren were by her side. A memorial service is being planned for early Summer 2024 in Valley County. On Friday, May 6, 1949, Wanda Gay was born to Walter P Fuhrman and Roxanna Wilma Russell Fuhrman in Glasgow, Mont. She was the fourth born of five children and grew up on their family farm off the... Full story

  • Gerald 'Jerry' Hoffman

    Sep 20, 2023

    Gerald "Jerry" Hoffman passed into eternal life on Monday, Sept. 4, 2023. Jerry loved his family, always desiring for us to have more than he did. He also enjoyed serving his community wherever he was. There will be a celebration of life on Saturday, Oct. 7, at the VFW on Anchor Avenue, in Billings, Mont., at 11 a.m. He and Gladys will be laid to rest in Glasgow, Mont., Highland Cemetery with Military honors at a later date. He was born July 5, 1930, in Glasgow to Austin Hoffman and Solveig... Full story

  • Scotties Split Matches

    Gwendolyne Honrud, For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    Glasgow took a win in their conference and lost a non-conference match-up on the volleyball court this past week. The Scotties defeated the Poplar Indians in three sets Sept. 15 before dropping a hard fought battle in four sets to the Class A Sidney Eagles the following day. At home Friday, the Scotties swept the Indians 25-18, 25-8, 25-15. Glasgow had 15 aces, 25 kills, 19 assists, six blocks and 18 digs in the win. Tatum Nyquist had four aces to lead Glasgow. Joely Chappell and Hayden Green...

  • David O. Olguin, Jr.

    Sep 20, 2023

    David O. Olguin, 68, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023, in Billings, Mont. He was a resident of Milk River Inc., Glasgow. David was the only child born to his natural parents during their marriage. At the time of his birth, he was diagnosed as having Cerebral Palsy. David was placed in the Butte Soroptimist Home for Dependent Children where he lived from 1957 until 1968. His father took him home to Butte, Mont., during which David attended Washington School, ungraded... Full story

  • Theo and Alyce Beck Foundation Trust Announces Scholarships

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    The Theo and Alyce Beck Foundation Trust is pleased to announce its 2023 scholarship recipients. There was a total of 12 scholarships awarded. Isaac Braaten, son of Patrick and Nancy Braaten, in his junior year at South Dakota School of Mines majoring in mechanical engineering. Abigail Engstrom, daughter of Jon Engstrom and Gail Fast, in her sophomore year at University of Montana majoring in political science. Rachelle Glaser, daughter of Todd and Wendy Glaser, in her junior year at Montana State University – Billings majoring in business a...

  • American Legion Post And Auxiliary Meeting Thursday

    For the Courier

    American Legion Post 41 and Auxiliary will meet Thursday, September 21st. The Auxiliary and Juniors are invited to come at 5:00 to the VFW for pizza and to make poppies for next year. Following the service project, the meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m. Leila Seyfert will be the hostess and all interested people are invited to come and learn about what the Legion and Auxiliary do! For more information call Leila at 263-0321....

  • Upcoming Calendar Of Events In The Area

    Sep 20, 2023

    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 is open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Nemont Manor has activities scheduled throughout the month for the entire community as well as the residents of Nemont Manor. If you would like a calendar, please contact 406-228-4306 or e-mail [email protected] and they will mail one to you. Fort Peck Interpretive Center w... Full story

  • Hinsdale's McColly Named To Dickinson State President's List

    For the Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    Kaitlyn McColly of Hinsdale, has been named to the Dickinson State University President’s List for the spring 2023 semester. At the end of each regular semester, Dickinson State University recognizes those students named to the President’s List. Eligible students must be enrolled full-time and have a minimum semester grade-point average of 3.9 or higher. The University’s mission is to provide high-quality accessible programs, promote excellence in teaching and learning, support scholarly and creative activities, and to provide services relev...

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled by Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Sep 20, 2023

    1 Years Ago – Sept. 25, 2013 Nashua residents had a chance to ask questions and voice concerns about the building of an overpass to alleviate the problem of the village's railroad crossing being blocked by trains. Approximately 40 people were at the meeting held Sept. 24. A presentation of four options for construction of the overpass was presented by Tim Erickson of HDR Engineering in Billings. Also present at the meeting to field questions were MDT officials. Crown bearers Bode Barnett and M...

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