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NWS Discusses Flood Projections, Lessons Learned

It was just March 13 when the headline on the Glasgow Courier's front page read NWS Flood Projections Look Good for Glasgow, the article stating there was a prediction of less than a five percent...

 

NWS Flood Projections Look Good for Glasgow

The National Weather Service in Glasgow is projecting a mild flood season for Spring, 2019. According to meteorologist Patrick Gilchrist, the projected flood risks for the area are minor flooding at 35 percent, moderate flooding at five percent and...

 

Potential for Ice Jams and Related Flooding Greatest in February and March

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) is reminding residents that February and March will have the greatest potential for ice jams and conditions can change rapidly. According to the Glasgow National Weather Service,...

 

Winter Safety Advised as Arctic Blast Approaches

Record snow fell on Sunday, Feb. 3 in Glasgow while continuing to fall into Monday morning bringing in a collective ten inches of snow as of Monday afternoon with snow expected to continue through Tuesday, as of press time. That record snowfall is... Full story

 

Shutdown Impacted Local Agencies

After 35 days of being furloughed workers, members of the community who serve the public in government-funded agencies such as the National Weather Service, FBI, Bureau of Land Management, USDA Farm...

 

Partial Government Shutdown Makes History

The partial government shutdown is now officially the longest government shutdown in history, currently on day 24 as of press time, breaking the previous shutdown record of 21 days, which occurred at the end of 1995 through the beginning of 1996...

 

My Life With the Government Shutdown

“The safety net is going to be having a strong border because we are going to be safe....... I really believe that these people, many of the people we are talking about, many of the people you’re discussing, I really believe they are agreeing wit...

 

Government Shutdown Impacts Local Farmers and Workers

With the farm bill being signed into law by President Trump reauthorizing a number of programs to help farmers and ranchers get back on their feet, receiving word the second round of direct payments for those who were affected by the trade war with...

 

Buerkle Hangs Up His Hat

Retiring Sheriff Verne Buerkle hadn't always wanted to be a cop. He just always was a cop. After sitting through a presentation from the then Glendive Chief of Police Gary Olson during his high...

 

Glasgow Hunter Learns the Ropes of Hunting in NE Montana

As a new hunter to Northeast Montana this season, Cory Mottice readily admits there has been a slight learning curve to navigating and getting a feel for the land. It has been more of an exploratory...

 

21 Seconds, 3 Yards, 6 Points

The Scottie gridiron boys waited until the last seconds of their game vs. Baker to make the play of the night. The Oct. 12 contest held in Glasgow was stagnate for the majority of the night, with neit...

 

Gianforte Talks Issues with Local Leaders

In front of a rare sirloin steak (“It can’t be too rare” according to the Congressman) and a bottle of domestic beer, the U.S. Representative for Montana Greg Gianforte talked through key issues and policy priorities with local leaders that...

 

Prevent Fires and Stay Safe During Harvest Season

Harvest season is upon us with some farmers already done for the season while others still have weeks to go. For those farmers who feel they are behind and are rushing to stay on schedule or get caught up, the rush to get the crops harvested can not...

 

Dry and Hot Conditions Dominated July

The National Weather Service in Glasgow has analyzed weather patterns that occurred for the month of July, and tells the Courier July was certainly drier than normal and slightly warmer than normal. Through July 10, Glasgow was close to normal for pr...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 18, 2018

NWS Warns of Gap in Receiving Severe Weather Alerts

A two-day bout of severe weather July 9 and 10 has prompted concerns from the National Weather Service in Glasgow that many northeast Montana residents may not be aware of severe weather alerts....

 

Storms,Time and International Borders

We were standing in a field looking at radar on an iPhone and trying to figure out our next move. The storm we wanted to chase was rapidly moving north into Canada, and I was without a passport. My companion wasn’t going to mention it but you could...

 

CDC Retraction Leaves Questions About Farmer Suicide Rates

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last month retracted an erroneous report on suicide rates that misclassified farmers as Triple-F workers, farming, fishing, and forestry, when the correct classification for farmers under federal...

 

Lightning Myths Debunked: When 'Thunder Roars, Get Indoors'

The summer months bring time on the lake, baseball games, grill outs, bonfires and park time for families. It also brings chances for severe weather, including thunder and lightning. The National...

 

Glasgow Weather Service Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

The National Weather Service in Glasgow celebrated their diamond anniversary on June 6. For 75 years, our local meteorologists have done our community a great service by providing each and every one...

 

Thomas 'Tom' Joseph Fisher

Thomas Joseph Fisher, 86, was called to his heavenly home on Sunday, May 20, 2018, at MCMC care facility. A celebration of his life will be held in Hinsdale at the Methodist church on Saturday, June 3... Full story

 

Skywarn Weather Spotter Training Course Has Been Rescheduled

Due to a threat of severe weather on May 31, the National Weather Service in Glasgow, in conjunction with Valley County Disaster and Emergency Services, has rescheduled the free Skywarn weather spotter training course to Wednesday, June 6, from 7 to... Full story

 

Skywarn Weather Spotter Training Course

The National Weather Service in Glasgow, in conjunction with Valley County Disaster and Emergency Services, will be hosting a free Skywarn weather spotter training course in Glasgow on Thursday, May 31, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the new STAT Air hangar...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 9, 2018

Mother Nature Brings Unique Flood Situation to Area

Now that spring has arrived, or depending on the day, summer, the flood outlook has decreased considerably over the past week. According to the National Weather Service in Glasgow, the Milk River... Full story

 

Flooding Persists Across Valley County and the Hi-Line

After a summer filled with drought followed by a heavy winter, which brought record-snowfall, the next curveball Mother Nature has in store for residents of Valley County is flooding. The flooding has... Full story

 

Cold Weather Reduces Flood Threat on Milk River

Based upon the latest models at press time, the National Weather Service in Glasgow is projecting that flooding is almost imminent for the Milk River in Glasgow; it's just a matter of when.... Full story

 

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