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 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...

 

Judith 'Judy' Evelyn Saindon

Judith "Judy" Evelyn (Rorvik) Saindon, 94, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away peacefully at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, in Glasgow, on Thursday, July 16, 2020. Judy was born in Litchville, N.D., Apr... Full story

 

Thunder Take Second in Lewistown

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team traveled to Lewistown on July 18 and 19 where they claimed second place, behind first-place Lewistown, competing with the western teams of the eastern division. The teams competing were Malta, Chinook, Harlem,...

 

Glasgow School District Approves Pay Raises For Supt., Clerk, Subs and Bus Drivers

The Glasgow School Board met in the district board room on July 8 to approve the district clerk and superintendent wage agreement, which were both negotiated on June 25, as well as discuss the bus driver and substitute teacher wage increase, student...

 
 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    July 15, 2020

Zero Test Positive From Surveillance Testing

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital reported in a press release on July 9, that zero of the 256 participants in the county’s surveillance testing on June 25 tested positive for the coronavirus. “Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital and the Valley County... Full story

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    July 8, 2020

VC Residents Honored For Volunteerism

Money might make the world go round, but volunteers are what keep Valley County going. Two of those volunteers were recently recognized by Governor Steve Bullock and First Lady Lisa Bullock with 2020...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 8, 2020

State Releases Plan To Reopen Schools In Fall

The Governor of Montana Steve Bullock announced in a July 2 press conference his plan for reopening schools in the fall. Citing the reliance students and parents have on schools for nutrition, socialization and education, and the health benefits of... Full story

 

We Are Not Alone

Dear Editor, You may recall that I wrote an article a few weeks ago that exposed the attempt by the Montana Department of Natural Resources (DNRC) to illegally give our ranchers' vested stockwater...

 

GKST Stays Home For Harlem Meet

The Glasgow Thunder stayed home this past weekend, but did not have to host the latest West of the East meet. That privilege fell to Harlem whose pool is out of commission for the time being, so...

 

Glasgow Courier Closed To Public

In order to continue to bring the news of Valley County to our readers, the Glasgow Courier office is temporarily closed to the public for the foreseeable future. As we value our readers, the Glasgow Courier will be available for purchase on... Full story

 

Calendar Of Upcoming Events

Summer hours for the Pioneer Museum through August are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Senior Citizen Center will continue Meals on Wheels. Grab n’ go meals are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays for those age 60 plus with a $5.50 s... Full story

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch July 2020

Online Supplement Section Available for Print Subscribers Current Print Subscribers Receive FREE full access to the online edition of Glasgow Courier. If you don't have online access, please fill out the "Free Trial" form and we'll set you up for... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    June 24, 2020

Streets Continued Problem for Glasgow

It is no secret that Glasgow’s roads are in disrepair. A drive down 2nd Street South will confirm a stretch riddled in potholes, dugouts and cracks. For years the city has contended with the quick pace of roads crumbling and decaying while...

 
 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...

 

An Almost Clean Slate

The former Glasgow Courier building comes down in stages after the new owners Mike and Jan Kaiser took possession of the property. The two are not quite ready to talk about their plans for the soon...

 

Order Up!

As the novel coronavirus has raged across the globe, the resulting fallout has emerged in predictable and unpredictable ways. States across the nation issued stay-at-home orders while restaurants closed their doors to help prevent the spread of COVID...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    June 3, 2020

Landfill Fees Are Old News

For the Valley County Landfill, illegal dumping is not a new thing. In fact, an article in the Courier from 1995 and an article in the Good Evening Glasgow in 2000 each address illegal dumping or the assessment of fees for dumping “above and...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch June 2020

Online Supplement Section Available for Print Subscribers Current Print Subscribers Receive FREE full access to the online edition of Glasgow Courier. If you don't have online access, please fill out the "Free Trial" form and we'll set you up for...

 

Bring Community News Back

Dear Editor, I am again requesting the return of the community news for Opheim, Nashua, Fort Peck, St. Marie and the various 4-H Clubs in the Glasgow Courier. I was told that these area community...

 
 By Mary Honrud    Lifestyles    May 27, 2020

Spring Brings Work

It's very easy to lose track of time now, isn't it? In farming, one day is much like another, so holidays tend to sneak up on us. I let this Memorial Day ambush me, especially since there wasn't a...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    May 20, 2020

How Now, Beef Cow?

How now, indeed. Ranchers are feeling the effects of the closures and reduced capacity of meatpacking plants. The bottleneck occurring is forcing feedlots and ranchers to hold on to cattle at a time...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 20, 2020

Defending His Seat

“I don’t like going around asking for free publicity,” explained Casey Knudsen, speaking to the Courier about why it had taken so long to do the interview. “It’s hard right now to go around asking for money from people and asking for free...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    May 20, 2020

Soap Giveaway Cleaned Out Quickly

Glasgow Mayor Becky Erickson teamed up with the Montana Aviation Research Company and TC Energy to fund an essential item giveaway on May 14. The event stuffed 400 plastic totes with items like...

 

Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

Summer hours for the Pioneer Museum through August are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Senior Citizen Center will continue Meals on Wheels. Grab n’ go meals are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays for those age 60 plus with a $5.50... Full story

 

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