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An Education Campaign

The Glasgow School’s Board of Trustees met at a “working meeting” Nov. 20 at the school district headquarters in Glasgow, to set up and advise an action committee that will spearhead the school district’s efforts to promote and pass the upcom...

 

A Festival of Trees Testifies to Community's Generosity

The newly founded HOPE Project, having spun off from the local Relay for Life Committee, continued the tradition of auctioning off Christmas trees at their annual Festival of Trees at the Elks' Lodge...

 

Chamber Community Cash Loans Still Available

“It doesn’t have to just be for Christmas.” That was the point driven home by Lisa Koski, executive director of the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. She was talking about the Community Cash Loan program spearheaded by the...

 

FMDH Looks At Process Improvement While Also Giving Back to Community

Throughout the month of October, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital employees participated in an in-house “Bright Ideas” competition that allowed employees to provide suggestions on various improvements that could be made within the hospital while...

 

Farm Income, Trade and Aid Affects Local Farmers

On Nov. 7, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the second tranche of Market Facilitation Program payments. Billions of dollars will be doled out to producers across the country feeling the adverse effects of the ongoing trade war with Chi...

 

A Night in the Life

It started off as more of a curiosity than a real question. What does a small town cop do all day? What are their goals and how do they perceive their role in the community? Many of those questions I...

 

Expressing and Giving Thanks

As I grow older and “Remember” things of the past, I have thought a lot about neighbors and friends of the past. People that have left me with fond memories. I am sure that I may have expressed a THANKS to those special people of my past, but...

 

Courtroom Fight For Public Access and Montana Values Was Worth It

Dear Editor, The fight for public access and private property rights is a personal one for me. It started with the Stenson family, who ranch near Wibaux. Nearly one year ago, Governor Bullock asked me...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

For November and December, the Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. The Museum will be closed the month of January. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open during the month of November, 10 a.m. to...

 

Calling for Volunteers for Block Of Bucks Collection and Shopping

Volunteers are needed to help on Block of Bucks collection day, Friday, Dec. 6. Please contact Monica Garten at 230-1004 to sign up for a shift with each shift being one hour. Collection boxes will be at the corners of D & G and the U.S. Post...

 

American Red Cross Makes it Easy and Rewarding to Save Lives

The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to be the lifeline for patients in need this holiday season by making an appointment to give blood. While helping to save lives is likely motivation enough, those who come out to give until Dec. 18, will...

 

Jacquelyn 'Jackie' Castleberry

Jacquelyn "Jackie" Castleberry passed away into God's loving arms on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019, in the Billings Clinic Hospital, in Billings, Mont., at the age of 73 after a brief battle with cancer....

 

DuWayne Richard Johnson

DuWayne Richard Johnson, age 87, peacefully passed away on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Mont. DuWayne was born on March 17, 1932, in Baker, Mont., the son of Llewell...

 

Valley County Community Pool Campaign Has Busy First Year

The Valley County Community Pool Campaign Committee has had a busy first year of information-sharing and fundraising for the new pool and bathhouse. As of the middle of November, the committee has raised close to $600,000 in cash and pledges. We are...

 

Bantams 1-0-1 on the Weekend

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs Bantam team hosted the Copper City Kings Nov. 23 and 24 at the Valley Event Center. The Dawgs skated away with one win and one tie on the weekend. The action kicked off Saturday...

 

H.L. Pedersen Middle School Wrestling Tournament Results

The following results are from the H.L Pedersen Middle School Wrestling Tournament that took place on Nov. 23 in the Jon Cole Gym at Williston High School. 6th Grade 87-91 - Khye Gamas's place is 1st...

 

GHS Speech Continues Winning Streak

The Glasgow High School Speech and Drama teams traveled to Circle on Nov. 23 for that school's invitational competition. Taking along 13 competitors in speech and only two in drama, the team again...

 

Indoor Gardening

Let me offer up apologies for those of you who may have missed a column from me last week. I did write one, but it was all recipes for the holidays. So the Courier rightly put it into the holiday...

 

Peewee Hockey Kicks Off Season

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs Peewee team traveled to Sidney on Nov. 16 and 17 to lace up their skates for their first games of the season. The Dawgs had two games on Saturday and one on Sunday, starting off their season 1-2. Glasgow first took the ice again...

 

Glasgow Courier Holiday Recipe and Gift Guide

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