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 By A.J. Etherington    News    December 4, 2019 

MT DOC Rescinds HOME Grant Earmarked for Nemont Manor

The Montana Department of Commerce (DOC) has officially rescinded a $492,000 HOME Investment Partnership Program grant awarded to the City of Glasgow and earmarked for the delayed Nemont Manor renovation. In a letter sent to Glasgow Mayor Becky...

 

Busted Knuckle Brewery to Open Williston Location

After months and months of paperwork and bureaucracy, the Busted Knuckle Brewery of Glasgow is officially ready to move forward with plans for their Williston location. Owners Ben and Connie Boreson...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch December 2019

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Glasgow Courier Holiday Recipe and Gift Guide

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Glasgow Resident Recognized by MLHA

During the Montana Lodging & Hospitality Association (MLHA) Awards Banquet on Oct. 23 in Missoula, Glasgow resident Melissa Sigmundstad was awarded the prestigious Sales and Marketing Person of...

 

Glasgow Resident Takes On New Role To Help Local Ag

The Great Northern Development Corporation (GNDC), in partnership with Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation, was recently designated as a regional Food and Ag Development Center (FADC),...

 

Lady Scotties' Remarkable Season Comes to a Close

For the first time in nine years, the Lady Scotties were escorted out of town to the State Tournament at the Brick Breeden Field House on the Montana State University Bozeman Campus on Nov. 13 with...

 

GHS Grad, Fransen, Recognized for Offensive Skills on the Field

Glasgow High School 2018 alum Alex Fransen was named Offensive Scout of the Week for Dickinson State University, in Dickinson, N.D., for week eight of the football season. The recognition, which is...

 

Republicans Brave Storm to Stump in Glasgow

National, State and local GOP candidates found their way to Glasgow, despite heavy snow and icy conditions on Nov. 10, to stump in front of local conservatives and avid political followers for the upcoming Republican primaries in Montana. Candidates...

 

Courier's Scavenger Hunt

Dear Editor, Congratulations on another successful year in covering the news and activities of my hometown through the Glasgow Courier! I have been a faithful reader of the Courier for decades. My...

 

Courier's Scavenger Hunt Encompasses Multiple Generations

The Glasgow Courier held their second annual scavenger hunt to celebrate National Newspaper Week Oct. 6 through 12. We asked readers to search for the word "egg" that was hidden 25 times throughout th...

 

TEARS OF JOY!

For the 14th time in the history of Glasgow Scottie volleyball and nine years since their last apperance, the Lady Scotties will be competing at the 2019 State Class B State Tournament from Nov. 14 th...

 

Squirts Host Rough Season Opener

Don't judge the Glasgow Ice Dawgs Squirts team on their opening weekend performance. After all, they played more games their opening weekend than they'd had practices. Going in to the opening weekend...

 

Swanson Honored at His Final Game on Scottie Field

Glasgow senior Cale Swanson was taken aback when he learned he was the winner of the 2019 Dale Vegge Award. "I had no idea," the humble athlete told the Courier. "I thought my friend Kristian Price...

 

Fixing a 'Two-Legged Stool'

It is an age-old problem for governments – and one that has divided the left from the right for the better part of the century – how to best fund government services and which services, if any, should be funded. That is the precise question...

 

Nashua Welcomes Three New Teachers

The Nashua School welcomed three new faces to the hallways at the beginning of the school year. Sarah Denning, is the new junior high English teacher, Greg Hetland is the new high school math teacher and Julia Kirkland returns back to her alma mater...

 

Gov Cup Overfloweth

One hour and one minute. At 9:31 a.m. the Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament was unofficially full. While Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Executive Director Lisa Koski was...

 

Lady Scotties Bring Home 17th District 2B Title

In 28 years of playing in Class B, the Glasgow Scotties brought home their 17th District 2B Title in school history on Nov. 2, after playing three games during the two-day tournament on home court....

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch Nov. 2019

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State Finds NorVal GM Harassed, Retaliated Against Employee

The Montana Human Rights Bureau (HRB) released the decision of the Office of Administrative Hearings on the case of Shalaine Lawson against NorVal Electric Cooperative on Oct. 22. The decision ruled in Lawson’s favor and determined that NorVal...

 

Fatal Crash Determined to Be Alcohol Related

Valley County Sheriff Tom Boyer has informed the Glasgow Courier that a July 30, 2019 fatal crash was the result of impaired driving. According to Boyer, sometime in the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 30, 46-year-old Adam Nees drove his SUV...

 

Thistle & Thread Plants Roots

"Quite a ways from the fair booth, isn't it?" That bit of understatement came from Thistle & Thread co-owner Ashley Kemmis, at her store's grand opening in downtown Glasgow Oct. 24. Plans for...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

For September and October, the Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open during the month of October, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday. Powerhouse tours... Full story

 

Young Looks to City Council

Long-time Glasgow resident and County Road Department Supervisor Todd Young is running for the open Ward 1 seat on the Glasgow City Council against the current sitting councilwoman Nanci Schoenfelder....

 

Schoenfelder Looks To Keep Seat

Glasgow resident and current city council member Nanci Schoenfelder is currently in the running to keep her city council seat for Ward One against Glasgow resident and County Road Department...

 

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