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Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, To Glasgow city residents: More things to ponder before voting for the chicken referendum in November. 1. The wording on the ballot does not say it will follow, to the letter, Resolution No. 3039. It just says, chickens will be allowed... Full story


Chickens on the Ballot-For Real This Time

The Glasgow City Council voted unanimously—with four members present—to approve the ballot language that will appear on November’s ballot asking if residents want to allow a household to own up to six female chickens inside city limits. The...


City Council Meets

At the Aug. 3 regular meeting of the Glasgow City Council, city attorney Anna Rose Sullivan informed the council that an ordinance to eliminate Wards and move the city to an at-large election system would not appear on the ballot in November. The...

 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 22, 2020

City Council: Revamps Employee Pay, Puts Chickens On Ballot, Uses Emergency Ordinance to Add Ward Removal to Nov. Ballot

City Wages: The Glasgow City Council overhauled the way they pay employees at the meeting on July 20. The vote to change the city from the traditional pay scale to a “wage matrix” was split four to two with Rod Karst and Dan Carr voting against...

 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 15, 2020

City Takes Aim at 'Nuisance' Lots

The Glasgow City Council is in the process of passing a new city ordinance to increase penalties associated with weedy lots. Ordinance No. 968 will amend the city’s already existing weed ordinance to increase fees for non-compliance in an effort...

 By A.J. Etherington    News    June 17, 2020

Glasgow Council Resurrects Chicken Ordinance

The Glasgow City Council moved one step closer to adding a resolution to the November general election ballot that would allow residents to raise chickens inside the city’s limits. The motion to draft a resolution for both chickens and to...


Emergencies Declared, Health Orders Issued

Measures Aimed at Preventing Over-Burdened Hospital Valley County has declared a state of emergency as of March 17. The city followed suit on March, 19, declaring a state of emergency at a 3 p.m. emergency meeting of the City Council. The actions... Full story


City and County Respond to COVID-19

The City of Glasgow and Valley County are working on plans to maintain essential services in the wake of a statewide emergency declaration by Governor Steve Bullock on March 15. Representatives and elected officials from government, local... Full story


City Of Glasgow Safety Measures

The City of Glasgow, along with Valley County, are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) developments and following the Centers for Disease Control and the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services recommendations. Information... Full story


County Declares State of Emergency, City Set to Meet on March 19

The County has declared a State of Emergency in Valley County as of March 17. The action comes after Governor Steve Bullock and President Donald Trump issued state and nationwide emergencies from the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic that has spread to... Full story


Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

The Soroptimist Thrift Store is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. Donations are always welcome and proceeds are used locally. THURSDAY – JAN. 30 10 a.m. - Books and Babies Story Time at Glasgow... Full story


NAN Presents Seffarine

The Northeastern Arts Network (NAN) is proud to present Seffarine in concert as part of the 2019-2020 Big Sky Series. The concert will be at Glasgow High School on Tuesday, Feb. 4, beginning at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Seffarine’s international... Full story


Stone's Next Battle

When I met Joyce Stone for the first official time at Soma Dis Deli on Jan. 10, it was obvious that she was not like most of the political candidates I had interviewed in past and current races. She...


Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

The Soroptimist Thrift Store is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4p.m., and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. Donations are always welcome and proceeds are used locally. The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be closed the month of January.... Full story


"2019" The Year in Review

January 2019 Buerkle Hangs Up His Hat - Sheriff to Retire After 43 Years in LE Former Undersheriff Faces Rape Charge - State Amends Previous Charge Alleging Intercourse with 14-Year Old Farm Bill...


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