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What Do I Have To Do When I'm Approaching A School Bus?

The Glasgow Police Department and our community are always looking for ways to keep our children safe and make our local drivers aware of potential conflicts. The Glasgow Police Department has noticed some confusion from the general motoring public... Full story

 

Local LE Spreads Awareness About Child Abuse

This last week of April wraps up National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Glasgow Police Department as well as the Valley County Sheriff's Office all helped support the nationwide effort during t...

 
 By For the Courier    News    April 27, 2022

Glasgow City Council Sets Water And Sewer Rates For Next Five Years

The Glasgow City Council met on April 25 for a regular meeting and discussed water and sewer rates for the next five years. The council agreed to a five-year rate schedule which will increase the base rate for water and sewer two percent each year....

 

Valley CARE Coalition Updates Community

The Valley CARE Coalition held their annual meeting on March 22 at the Glasgow Evangelical Church to remind the community what they do, what they have accomplished over the past year and discuss what the future could hold for the group with input...

 

Law Enforcement Report

There were 48 motor vehicle stops, four reports of loose dogs and one report of a barking dog. Thursday, March 3 1814 – An officer is out with an 18-wheeler on 4th Street South. The driver was napping on their trip back to North Dakota. Friday,...

 

Irle Elementary Receives Bikes For Gym Program

Cherry Creek Bike Shop in Glasgow delivered 20 14" Strider balance bikes to Irle Elementary on March 9 and with the assistance of Glasgow Police Department's Robert Weber, Norman Dick and Jewel...

 

When Things Go Off the Rails

Valley County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) held a tabletop exercise Feb. 15 at the Cottonwood. For three hours “players” from various local organizations confronted a fictional passenger train derailment to test their response...

 

CARE Coalition Champions Behavioral Health

Data gathered from our state and nation continues to show that 1 in 5 persons deal with behavior health problems that interfere with a normal functioning life. This data means that about 1,500...

 

Tasha Morehouse-Mix Reappointed as City Judge

Tasha Morehouse-Mix has been reappointed as the Glasgow City Court judge. The term, approved by the Glasgow City Council during their regular Jan. 33 meeting, will last for four years. Morehouse-Mix succeeded former Judge Lynn Gilbert, who retired...

 

Top Headlining Articles of 2020

Biden Intends to Rescind Keystone XL Permit JAN. 20 - In yet another setback to TC Energy and the building of the Keystone XL pipeline, CBC in Canada was first to report on Jan. 17 confirmation of...

 

911 Calls for Dec. 13 through Dec. 15

Monday, Dec. 13 • 9:37 a.m. - Caller reported to [Fish Wildlife and Parks] about someone shooting across the road. They left and came back to pick up casings it is believed. This is concerning. The...

 

Rod Karst, New city of Glasgow Mayor, Councilmembers Sworn In

Rod Karst was sworn in as Mayor of the city of Glasgow during the regular council meeting Monday at City Hall. Councilmembers Stan Ozark (Ward 1), Doug Nistler (Ward 2) and Dan Carr (Ward 3) also perf...

 

GMS Art Club Has a Blast with Local Cops

The Glasgow Middle School (GMS) Art Club has been busy placing the final touches on a new mural in the Glasgow Police Department Squad Room. "We like to do a community service project every year,"...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    December 1, 2021

Incumbent Sheriff Tom Boyer Announces Bid to Run For Office Again in 2022

Incumbent Sheriff Tom Boyer has announced he will run for Sheriff during the 2022 election. As we enter 2022, I am pleased to say I will be running for a second term as your County Sheriff and Coroner...

 

911 Calls for Nov. 15 through Nov. 20

There were 10 motor vehicle stops, five animal control calls, four hazards, four dog/cat control calls, three suspicious activity calls, one report for record, one assist citizen/public assist, one sy... Full story

 
 By Joshua Nolan    News    November 24, 2021

GMS Art Club Spruces Up GPD

The Glasgow Police Department (GPD) was fortunate enough to have The Middle School Art Club stop by and add some history to their squad room. After pizza and soda, the base coat of the vintage patch w...

 

Underpass Mural Vandalized

It took months of hard work by volunteers to paint the mural along the Glasgow downtown underpass, and only minutes for a vandal to leave their grubby marks in the form of graffiti. Patrolman Scott...

 

Familiar Face Back at Glasgow Police Department

After two years away from the Glasgow Police Department, Renee Jones just couldn't stay away from the close law enforcement family she has bonded with over the past decade. "I really missed working...

 

Meet the Mayoral Candidates: Rod Karst

• Current age? 60 • How long have you lived in Glasgow? "All my life (outside of college years)." • Why should voters pick you? "I have the experience from being on the council for over a... Full story

 

Meet the Mayoral Candidates: Todd Young

• Current age? 38 • How long have you lived in Glasgow? About 36 years. • Why should voters pick you? "I have seven years of government management experience with my job now as [Valley County]... Full story

 

Meet the Candidates

Editor's Note: The Courier sent the same questions to both candidates for the Ward 1 election. Candidate Adam Hooper declined to participate. Current age? 52 How long have you lived in Glasgow? "I... Full story

 

No Conspiracy Here!

​Well, apparently, the dust has settled at our small town North of Glasgow! Or has it? Right after the not so secret military maneuvers at the old AFB, residents thought that the haven of abandoned buildings and former homes of military personnel b...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    October 20, 2021

GPD to Host DEA National Take Back Day

Need to safely dispose of old prescription or over the counter medications? The Glasgow Police Department, in coordination with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) will collect unused and unwanted... Full story

 

Pillars of Strength and Beacons of Hope

Facing about 200 hundred cases a year in five counties, Glasgow Police Department Victim Witness Specialists Jewel Etherington and Margaret Henry don't get much downtime. "We cover five counties,...

 

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