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Remember When

I ran into a list of businesses located n Glasgow in 1941. I think of the businesses that were active during the days of the Glasgow Air Force Base, but Glasgow had a lot of local business facilities in the early 40’s also. Just to mention a few...

 

Technology Faux Pas

We are without question living in the digital age. A whopping 85% of Americans now own smartphones, and 92% of households own a computer of some kind. That’s an amazingly broad scope for a plethora of creativity, information sharing, keeping in...

 

'Where's the Beef' From?

Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) is reviving efforts to force meat companies to place country-of-origin labeling (COOL) on cuts of beef sold at market. COOL was initially authorized in 2013, but was curtaile...

 
 By Gwen Honrud    News    September 29, 2021

Wayback Wednesday

10 Years Ago Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2011 • The Glasgow Scottie Band showed off in the Homecoming Parade this year, boasting a completely new set of uniforms. Over decades of use, the band’s distinctive kilts had grown shabby and in short supply.... Full story

 

Children's Museum Gets a Makeover

Volunteers with the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints expended a bit of elbow grease recently at the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana in Glasgow, sprucing up the place for the enjo...

 

Community Calendar for Sept. 29, 2021

EDITOR'S NOTE: 5 p.m. Friday before publication is the deadline for calendar additions, which must be emailed to [email protected] or submitted in person at The Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., in... Full story

 

News Briefs for Sept. 29, 2021

Cub Scout Popcorn Fundraiser Underway Cub Scouts Pack 898 is selling popcorn now through Oct. 17 both online and door-to-door. The scouts offer chocolate pretzels, caramel corn, white cheddar, sweet... Full story

 

Fort Peck Credit Union Awards $1,500 in Scholarships

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union has awarded two seven hundred fifty ($750.00) dollar scholarships to credit union members. It is our pleasure to support these individuals in their continuing...

 

County Commissioners Vote to Ease Fire Restrictions

During their regular meeting Wednesday morning, County Commissioners Mary Armstrong and Paul Tweten voted to ease fire restrictions. Chair John Fahlgren was away on county business. Valley County has been under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions due to the... Full story

 

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