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Walkers Come Out in Solidarity for Mental Health

After rescheduling twice earlier this year due to unfavorable weather conditions, Mother Nature finally decided to cooperate on Oct. 5, providing a crisp, cool fall day, with a sky as blue as a robin'...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 9, 2019 

Taking on the 'What if'

In the conference room of the Cottonwood on Oct. 1, an unlikely group met to test their response and capabilities against a hypothetical disaster in Valley County. Consisting of Glasgow and Long Run firefighters, sheriff deputies, elected and county...

 

Young Thespians Break A Leg

The Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) made a stop in Glasgow last week, teaching 35 future thespians the art of performing. Auditions for the traveling production of Johnny Appleseed started on Sept....

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    October 9, 2019 

Rhythm & Ramble Swings into Saco

Students from Hinsdale and Saco gathered in the Saco School multi-purpose room Oct. 1 for a unique musical presentation and lesson given by Rhythm & Ramble, a swing quartet out of Bozeman, Mont....

 

Community Members Work Towards Achieving Goal of Improving Area

Two Rivers Economic Growth and its four subcommittees have continued working over the past few months to improve the community. From hosting Alive at Five events, reaching out to businesses to entice them to have a storefront in Glasgow, and seeking...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 9, 2019 

Homeless for a Night Collects Over 50 Blankets

The Glasgow High School Leadership class held their annual homeless for a night fundraiser on Oct. 5. This year the crew collected blankets and cash donations. The blankets went to help the homeless...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    October 9, 2019 

FFA Big Muddy Promotes Ag Careers

Future Farmers of America students from across northeastern Montana gathered in Hinsdale Oct. 1 for the Big Muddy FFA District Livestock & Agronomy Career Development event. Varsity and JV...

 

A Part of Glasgow's Story

In today's technological world, the Glasgow Courier is put together weekly utilizing computers and a variety of computer programs, including a file-sharing software to electronically send the pages...

 

Valley County Voters Will See New Voting Equipment in 2020

Secretary of State Corey Stapleton has awarded HAVA Election Security Grants to counties throughout the state, including Valley County, to assist them in purchasing the new ExpressVote voting system. The system will utilize touch-screen technology...

 

Tester Introduces Bill to Address Rural Mental Health

On Sept. 25, as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month was in its final week, Senator Jon Tester (D-Mont.) introduced his new bill, the Seeding Rural Resistance Act. The proposed legislation creates three initiatives designed to combat rising...

 

Update: Strommen Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of a Child

This story is an update to an earlier story. This edition adds information from the plea deal — including the exact crime Strommen pleaded guilty to — and clarifies that the second count that was...

 

Keep The Conversation Going Regarding Mental Health

The month of September has been National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a month-long endeavor to share resources and stories in an effort to shed light on a topic that is often taboo to talk about and stigmatized. According to FMDH employee...

 

Honor, Pride, Culture

In a gymnasium of school-aged kids, hip hop artist, social advocate and Native American performer Christian Parish, aka Supaman, kicked off Frazer Public School's celebration of Native American Week...

 

Scott Sales on Campaign for S.O.S.

Businessman and state legislator Scott Sales sat down with the Glasgow Courier to discuss his background, political experience and his current bid for Montana’s Secretary of State seat. Sales discussed everything from the land board and land...

 

Game Ready at GHS

The FMDH Foundation recently gifted Glasgow High School a new Game Ready Machine, a device that helps student athletes with joint injuries, such as those that affect their ankle, knee or shoulder, as...

 

Scottie Pride On Full Display

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce has decked the streets in Scottie Pride this year. The idea to order 100 flags from the Glasgow Student Council came up over the summer with the Chamber Board from...

 

AG Fox Talks Policies in Campaign for Gov.

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox sat down with the Courier last week to discuss his campaign for the Republican nomination for the Governorship next November. Currently, Fox is taking on U.S. Representative Greg Gianforte and Dr. Al Olszewski in his...

 

Hydrology Workshop Highlights Water's Unpredictability

Perhaps the most ironic thing occurring during the National Weather Service’s hydrology workshop last week was that while scientists, conservation district reps, bureaucrats, meteorologists and hydrologist met on the inside, a flood advisory had...

 

New Mural Brightens Up Downtown

While driving downtown throughout the past few months, drivers and pedestrians have seen a new piece of artwork go up at the corner of 4th St. S. and 1st Ave S., on the outer side of the addition to...

 

Lack of Power and Rainy Weather Did Not Stop Middle of Nowhere BBQ

The weather didn't cooperate. The power didn't cooperate. The participants, however, did cooperate. Team Kastet proved themselves to be champions in more ways than one this past weekend at the second...

 

Nashua Awarded with Cook Fresh Award

During the annual Montana School Nutrition Association conference in June, Nashua School was awarded a Montana Cook Fresh Award, which recognizes schools for their dedication to serving from-scratch...

 

City of Glasgow Raises Tax Revenues

The Glasgow City Council voted in a split decision to raise tax revenues for the city by a total of roughly $49,000. The move is likely to raise taxes next year for most Glasgow residents and businesses. The vote followed a tense exchange between...

 

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