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Moon Graduates From MLEA

Valley County Sheriff Deputy Jesse Moon was one of 57 officers who graduated on April 5 from the Montana Law Enforcement Academy (MLEA), which is a part of the Montana Department of Justice. MLEA...

 

Glasgow's MVD Ready To Serve

The Glasgow Motor Vehicle Division has been at 313 Klein Ave., in Glasgow since January and offers services such as renewing your driver’s and commercial driver’s license, issuing and renewal of State identification cards as well as the written a...

 

From 'A' to 'V' Armadillo to Vulture

Zoo Montana's Executive Director Jeff Ewelt, along with a rose haired tarantula, a boa constrictor, an armadillo and a turkey vulture, made the trek from Billings on April 20 to visit Glasgow. Their...

 

Valley County Election Results

Glasgow School District No. 1A Trustee: Erin Aune 412 Larraine Eiland 252 Stan Ozark 618 Donald Pansegrau 73 Levy: For 692 Against 706 Nashua School District No. 13E Trustee: Michele Fromdahl 179 Joe Laumeyer 120 North Valley County Water & Sewer...

 

Prairie House Gardens: Plant a Garden, Grow a Community

When spring decides to stay for more than a few days, hopefully come May, there will be another option in Glasgow to build up your outdoor greeneries. Prairie House Gardens, 5 1st Ave. S., Glasgow, wi...

 

Public Comment Highlights Parents' Concerns Glasgow School Board Meeting

The Glasgow School Board met on April 13 and the agenda included personnel action report, M.U.S.T. Health Insurance renewal, a request to close the activity account for the Middle School Science Club as well as a request to transfer the activity...

 

Citizens Law Enforcement Academy Celebrates First Graduates

Valley County's first ever Citizens Law Enforcement Academy celebrated the graduates of the inaugural class April 14. The eight-week course provided area citizens a behind-the-scenes look at law...

 
 By For the Courier    News    April 20, 2022

Upcoming Valley County Elections

Frazer School District is running their own election. This is a trustee election only. They have two trustee positions open, one for a one-year term and one for a three-year term. The Frazer School election is a polling place election; absentee...

 

GMS Student Makes It To State In Spelling

Glasgow Middle School seventh-grader Karsyn Sillerud represented Valley County during the 57th Annual Treasure State Spelling Bee in Bozeman on March 12. Held in the Strand Union Building on the...

 

Just Let It Rain - or Snow - Already!

The past week's rain and snow throughout Valley County was welcomed and even elicited comments such as "Thank goodness for this rain!" "I don't like snow this time of year but it's better than nothing...

 

City Council Addresses Numerous Concerns

The Glasgow City Council held their bi-monthly meeting on April 4, which included discussions regarding the nuisance of pigeons in Glasgow, the trees in the Highland Cemetery that are causing issues with power lines, an update from the Glasgow...

 

Glasgow School Board Candidates

In the race to serve on the Glasgow School Board, the Glasgow Courier sent seven questions to each candidate: Who are you, where are you from, connection to Glasgow schools, graduation year etc. Why...

 

Motor Vehicle Accident In Hinsdale

From The Valley County Sheriff's Office: A single vehicle rollover motor vehicle accident occurred on Hinsdale N Road this morning, April 14. One driver died from injuries sustained in the accident. MHP is investigating the accident scene. Update:...

 

Commissioners, City Council and Pool Committee Discuss Pool Status

Members of the Valley County Pool Campaign committee, Glasgow City Council, including Mayor Rod Karst, all three Valley County Commissioners and resident of Hinsdale Jerry Arnold, met in the Courthouse Community Room on March 22 to continue...

 

GHS Presents Freaky Friday

For the first time in two years, Glasgow High School students will once again grace the stage and put on a production for an audience. This year's show, Freaky Friday, is the musical adaptation of...

 

BLM Finalizes Bison Grazing Proposal EA, FONSI and Issues Proposed Grazing Decision

This article contains information provided by the Bureau of Land Management, Montana Stockgrowers Association and the Montana Public Lands Council. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has issued a proposed decision on a bison grazing proposal...

 

Valley CARE Coalition Updates Community

The Valley CARE Coalition held their annual meeting on March 22 at the Glasgow Evangelical Church to remind the community what they do, what they have accomplished over the past year and discuss what the future could hold for the group with input...

 

GHS Key Club Succeeds At State Conference

Five of the 16 Glasgow School's Key Club students represented the Scotties by traveling to Billings last week to participate in the District Convention (DCON) State Key Club Conference March 20...

 

Glasgow Schools Requesting Voter Support For Levy

The Glasgow School Board met on March 9 and voted to put a general fund levy before the voters in addition to this year’s trustee election. The election will be a mail-in election with ballots due by May 3 to the Valley County Clerk and Recorder...

 

'Can The Boss'

Bank of Glasgow's Lisa Wiltfong, Jessica Fourie and branch manager Greg Stordahl donated 473 pounds of goods, ranging from a variety of food, diapers, paper towels and even some household goods...

 

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