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 By Joshua Nolan    News    November 24, 2021 

GMS Art Club Spruces Up GPD

The Glasgow Police Department (GPD) was fortunate enough to have The Middle School Art Club stop by and add some history to their squad room. After pizza and soda, the base coat of the vintage patch w...

 
 By Staff Reports    News    November 24, 2021 

Annual Nativity Open House

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints extends an invitation to all who would like to share in celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ with their annual Nativity Open House held from Dec. 1 through 3. First presented locally in 2015, the... Full story

 
 By Staff Reports    News    November 24, 2021 

Shodair Children's Hospital Receives $500k Donation

Shodair Children's Hospital has received a $500,000 gift from Terry and Patt Payne to support the recently launched Building Hope for Montana Families: A Campaign for Shodair Children's Hospital. "We... Full story

 

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers for Block of Bucks are needed to help on collection day, Friday, Dec.3. Please contact Linda Sundby at 480-5339 to sign up for a shift. Each shift is 1 hour. The collection boxes will be at the corners of D& G and the U.S. Post Office.... Full story

 

Man Dies of COVID-19

The Valley County Health Department has confirmed the October death of a man in his 50s due to COVID-19. Their staff extend our sympathy to his family and loved ones. Valley County has lost 10 persons since 9/1/2021 and 28 total to the COVID-19... Full story

 

Underpass Mural Vandalized

It took months of hard work by volunteers to paint the mural along the Glasgow downtown underpass, and only minutes for a vandal to leave their grubby marks in the form of graffiti. Patrolman Scott...

 

GHS Class of 2022 Chooses Guest Speaker for Graduation Ceremony

Normally, the class speaker for the annual Glasgow High School graduation ceremony must themselves be a former graduate of GHS. In spite of the fact Wade Nelson is a graduate of Hinsdale High School,...

 

As Constituents Clamor for Ivermectin, Republican Politicians Embrace the Cause

When state senators in South Carolina held two hearings in September about covid-19 treatments, they got an earful on the benefits of ivermectin — which many of the lawmakers echoed, sharing experiences of their own loved ones. The demands for...

 

911 Calls

There were 10 animal control calls, six motor vehicle stops, five assist citizen/public assists, four traffic control calls, four dog/cat control calls, three reports for record, one hazard, one disorderly conduct, one alarm, one status check, one ab... Full story

 

News Briefs for Nov. 17, 2021

What is the Legal Services Developer Program for Older Montanans? The Legal Service Developer Program is housed under the Aging Services Bureau of the Department of Public Health and Human Services...

 

Horrors of War Echo On 52 Years Later

"My very first fire fight, we were lucky," Felice "Phil" Wilson, a Vietnam War Army veteran who served as a tanker in country during 1969, told The Courier last week. "We went out the gate at Long...

 

GPD Chief Robert Weber Responds to Drowning Accident At Whitetail Dam

SCOBEY - Willard Kanning, 79, of Plentywood was enjoying an afternoon of fishing at White-tail Dam, Friday, Oct. 29, while his friend, Beverly Marsh, 71, enjoyed the view of the lake and reading a...

 

911 Calls

• 11/01/21 09:24:00 - Caller reported he was unable to leave his house with his young son as there was a brown and white pit bull in his yard growling and barking at him. He was concerned for the... Full story

 

News Briefs for Nov. 10, 2021

Twin Kennedy to Perform at GHS Twin Kennedy will perform at 7 p.m. Nov. 16 at Glasghow High School. Their musical bond is as strong as their small town roots – Twin Kennedy, comprised of West Coast... Full story

 

Rod Karst Elected as Mayor of Glasgow

Rod Karst has won his bid for Mayor of the city of Glasgow, according to unofficial totals released by the Valley County Election Administration Office at 8 p.m. Tuesday. His term will begin in early...

 

DOJ Offers FBI Aid To Investigate Valley County Parents

A letter from the acting U.S. Attorney for Montana recently arrived on the desk of Valley County Sheriff Tom Boyer. It offers federal resources - including FBI agents - to investigate parents accused...

 

Familiar Face Back at Glasgow Police Department

After two years away from the Glasgow Police Department, Renee Jones just couldn't stay away from the close law enforcement family she has bonded with over the past decade. "I really missed working...

 

911 Calls for Oct. 18 to 22

There were eight motor vehicle stops, six animal control calls, four dog/cat control calls, three hazards, two alarms, two assist citizen/public assists, and one inspection request. Monday, Oct. 18... Full story

 

News Briefs for Nov. 3, 2021

Markle's Ambulance Trust Honored MARY KATE TIHISTA FMDH FOUNDATION DIRECTOR In 1989 C.D., R.D., and O.E. Markle established a memorial tribute for their parents Thomas H. and Florence Markle. They... Full story

 

Meet the Mayoral Candidates: Rod Karst

• Current age? 60 • How long have you lived in Glasgow? "All my life (outside of college years)." • Why should voters pick you? "I have the experience from being on the council for over a... Full story

 

Meet the Mayoral Candidates: Todd Young

• Current age? 38 • How long have you lived in Glasgow? About 36 years. • Why should voters pick you? "I have seven years of government management experience with my job now as [Valley County]... Full story

 
 By Courier Staff    News    October 27, 2021

The Buck Stops Here

Beginner's luck was in full force last week for first time hunter Teagen Twitchell, 13, who on his first day picked off a 4X4. Teagen was joined by his father, Todd Twitchell, his little brother... Full story

 

'At the Autumn Bazaar'

The Autumn Harvest Bazaar, held Saturday at the Valley Event Center in Glasgow, attracted a large crowd of folks getting a head start on their Christmas shopping.... Full story

 

News Briefs for Oct. 27, 2021

Western Valley 4-H Meeting Report The Oct. 3, 2021 meeting was called to order by Cienna Strommen. Before the meeting, several children decided to have a war. I promptly stopped the fighting, for it w... Full story

 
 By SARA REARDON    News    October 27, 2021

Montana Tribes Want to Stop Jailing People for Suicide Attempts

POPLAR, Mont. - When Maria Vega was a senior in high school in 2015, she found the body of one of her closest friends, who had died by suicide. A few days later, devastated by the loss, Vega tried to... Full story

 

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