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 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 18, 2022 

FMDH Commits To Matching Valley View Levy

Valley View Nursing Home (VVNH) administrator Wes Thompson spoke to the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Board on April 27 requesting consideration to aid the nursing home financially in their operating expenses. In 2019, the home was cash flowing...

 

COVID Cases Increase In Valley County

Valley County Health Department has received reports confirming twelve (12) positive COVID persons. Symptoms began May 7 through this past weekend, which means that these persons were contagious in our community beginning May 5. Each of these twelve...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 18, 2022 

Pool Campaign Receives Substantial Donation

The Valley County Community Pool Campaign recently received a generous anonymous donation of $250,000, now making the total raised towards the funding of a new swimming pool in Glasgow, as of May 9, $1,9501,141 of the $3,304,000 goal. The donor...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 18, 2022 

Irle School's Gilchrist Honored as VFW Teacher Of The Year

Glasgow's Irle School music teacher Christine Gilchrist was recognized during an all-school assembly on May 2 not only as the 2021 Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 3107 2021 Teacher of the Year...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 18, 2022 

FMDH Welcomes Dr. Graf

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital welcomes back Dr. Jahanara Graf as a full-time general and trauma surgeon after working at the hospital intermittently since 2018. With her addition, there are now...

 

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

 
 By For the Courier    News    May 18, 2022 

Glasgow High School Choirs Make Showing At State Music Festival

The Glasgow High School Choir students had a very successful District Music Festival, which was held on April 22 and 23 in Wolf Point. In addition to all groups receiving either a score of Superior (I...

 

GMS Students Sign Their Names To Make History

During its state-wide tour, Sletten Construction made a stop at Glasgow Middle School on May 2 to allow the eighth-graders and a few lucky seventh-graders the opportunity to put their signatures on a...

 

Valley County Election Results

Michelle Bigelbach The Courier Valley County voters made their voices heard on Election Day, May 3. With the exclusion of Opheim, all of the other Valley County schools asked voters to either choose a new trustee and/or to vote on a funding levy. A...

 

Gov. Gianforte Renews Call to End Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Crisis

Proclaiming May 5 as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) Awareness Day in Montana, Governor Greg Gianforte renewed his call to protect our Native communities and end the MMIP crisis. “As I visit reservations across Montana, the MMIP...

 

Montana Delegation Marked May 5 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day

U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines on May 5 marked the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls after introducing their resolution designating May 5 earlier this week. The Senators’ resolution raises...

 

VCHD Now Offering Second Booster Dose Of COVID Vaccine

The Valley County Health Department is offering the second booster doses of the COVID vaccine to people age 50+ or immunocompromised individuals age 18+. Walk-in vaccination clinics are from 4 to 5:30 p.m. every Wednesday afternoon throughout the... Full story

 
 News    May 4, 2022

Spring Community Cleaning

The yearly Valley County Clean Up event was held this past weekend, April 29 through May 1, and Mother Nature cooperated in allowing sunshine and clear skies to bring the community out and clean up....

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 4, 2022

VC Care Coalition Brings Mental Health First Aid Training To Community

The Valley County CARE Coalition hosted the first Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) course of the year on April 30. With the Glasgow Evangelical Church as the venue, six members of the community attended the day-long event taught by Connie Wethern to...

 
 News    May 4, 2022

Governor Gianforte Proclaims May Mental Health Awareness Month During Visit to Glasgow

Governor Greg Gianforte visited the Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center April 29. While visiting with staff and clients of the Montana Assertive Community Treatment program, the Governor...

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 4, 2022

Keeping It Positive Steve Beck Presents Two Seminars In Glasgow

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, along with sponsorships from local businesses, brought speaker, motivator, instructor, author and consultant Steve Beck to the Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow on April 27 and 28 for two different seminars....

 
 News    May 4, 2022

STATE OF MONTANA

WHEREAS, mental illness affects our friends, family members, and neighbors, with nearly 20% of U.S. adults living with a mental illness before the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, the challenges of...

 

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...

 

VC Water And Sewer Projects Awarded ARPA Grants

On April 20, it was announced the state of Montana will receive $127 million for the second round of competitive water and sewer grants that were secured in the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The state’s ARPA Infrastructure Advisory Commission...

 
 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....

 

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