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EEOC Sues NorVal

Update: The Glasgow Courier has been made aware that the Montana Human Rights Bureau has made a decision in the case against NorVal Electric and has ruled in favor of Lawson. We are analyzing the decision and will provide more information when it...

 

Annual Chocolate Walk Brings People Through The Doors

The eighth annual Chocolate Walk, held on a beautiful fall day on Oct. 18, brought not only members of the community but also those from out-of-town into local businesses. According to organizer Joy...

 

Frazer Students, Staff and Community Welcome New Faces

When school started for Frazer School students, teachers and staff back in August, returning students saw new faces grace the hallways and classrooms. The school welcomed Sydney Hersom in the library,...

 

Chamber Doing All the Things

From the recent Ag Expo to planning events well into next year, the Chamber doesn’t slow down. The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture held their big Northeast Montana Agriculture Expo & Night of Honors Oct. 11 at the Valley Event...

 

Attention to Glasgow Voters

Ballots for the 2019 City of Glasgow Municipal Election were sent out to Ward 2 and Ward 3 in error. Ballots should have been sent only to voters in Ward 1. Only ballots received from voters in Ward...

 

Consider A Scottie Plate for Your Vehicle

Due to new legislation in Montana, there is a new requirement that 400 Scottie plates must be in operation in order to continue to have the option of the plate in the future. In order to reach this...

 

Strommen Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of a Child

This story is an update to a breaking news bulletin published at GlasgowCourier.com. Ex-Valley County undersheriff Luke Strommen pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual abuse of a child on Oct. 8....

 

A New Leap For the Toad

Glasgow natives Alicia (Doke) Frueh and Jim Frueh have had an established presence at the Loaded Toad in downtown Glasgow over the years. J. Frueh helped build the establishment and has been in...

 

Irle School Set to Begin PAX Good Behavior Game

Glasgow’s Irle School will soon join a growing list of schools across the state who have implemented the PAX Good Behavior Game program into its curriculum. In May of this year, Governor Bullock announced the state had received a $2.1 million...

 

Prairie Nights

Tyler Vandermars of Glasgow spent an unexpected night on the southern side of Fort Peck Lake after an elk hunting trip led to his stranding during high winds and winter weather on Oct. 8. According to Vandermars, he had set out Monday to try and...

 

Soroptimist International Benefits the Community

Having a presence in the community since 1958, Soroptimist International, which is a coined word meaning best for women, provides resources and opportunities that allows women and children the opportunity to reach their full potential and reach...

 

State Auditor's Office Helps Women Secure Financial Future

Commissioner of Securities and Insurance (CSI) Matt Rosendale, Deputy Securities Commissioner Lynne Egan and other staff from the State Auditor’s office made a stop in Glasgow on Oct. 8 as part of their Money Matters for Montana Women workshop...

 

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'...

 

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....

 

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...

 

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... Full story

 

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... Full story

 

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...

 

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