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China, U.S. Agree to Phase-One Trade Agreement

After almost two years of uncertainty, continued negotiations and tariff increases on both sides, China and the United States agreed to a limited trade agreement on Dec. 13. This agreement, which is considered to be phase one of the deal, includes...

 

Mayor Swears in Half of Next Year's Council

Glasgow Mayor Becky Erickson kicked off the Dec. 17 city council meeting by swearing in one new and two returning members of the Glasgow City Council. Swearing in were returning councilmen Butch Heitman, representing Ward 2, and Rod Karst, who repres...

 

City Stresses Snow Removal Ordinance Heading into Winter Season

The City of Glasgow is reminding residents that the city requires that homeowners, tenants and business owners clear the snow from sidewalks adjacent to their properties during the winter months. In a statement provided to The Courier the city said,...

 

Valley County Man Dies of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

A 70-year-old Valley County man is dead from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning after a malfunction from a heating system installed in the man’s home leaked the gas into the home’s living area, said Valley County Sheriff and Coroner Tom Boyer....

 

Middle of Nowhere Polar Plunge

GWENDOLYNE HONRUD THE COURIER The day was not exactly frigid, but it was as cool as could be. Friends and family gathered outside the Glasgow Civic Center to cheer on dedicated volunteers as they... Full story

 

A Decade of Crime Stats in Montana

A Decade of Crime Stats in Montana A.J. ETHERINGTON THE COURIER Crime statistics have become a tool in the race for Montana Attorney General over the last few months with statistics being thrown around to prove their points. We were left wondering... Full story

 

Students of All Ages Bring Christmas Cheer

Under instructors Colleen Thompson for voice and Jenna Johnson for piano, students of all ages brought holiday cheer during Thompson's students' annual Christmas program at Prairie Ridge on Dec. 4.... Full story

 

Reading With Wrestlers

The Glasgow Scottie High School wrestling team has taken on a new challenge this year. Under the direction of head coach Jory Casterline and his staff, the team has implemented the Reading with... Full story

 

MT DOC Rescinds HOME Grant Earmarked for Nemont Manor

The Montana Department of Commerce (DOC) has officially rescinded a $492,000 HOME Investment Partnership Program grant awarded to the City of Glasgow and earmarked for the delayed Nemont Manor renovation. In a letter sent to Glasgow Mayor Becky...

 

O Christmas Tree

Each year the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture goes shopping for the perfect Christmas tree for their downtown display. "I don't just go cut down trees," laughed Executive Director...

 

Busted Knuckle Brewery to Open Williston Location

After months and months of paperwork and bureaucracy, the Busted Knuckle Brewery of Glasgow is officially ready to move forward with plans for their Williston location. Owners Ben and Connie Boreson...

 

Their Faces Say It All

First-grade students, Everett Pinder (l), Gwen Turner (c) and Karen Pedde (r) learned how to make pumpkin pies in Mrs. Annette Boyer's class on Nov. 25 at Irle Elementary School. Mrs. Boyer has been...

 

An Education Campaign

The Glasgow School’s Board of Trustees met at a “working meeting” Nov. 20 at the school district headquarters in Glasgow, to set up and advise an action committee that will spearhead the school district’s efforts to promote and pass the upcom...

 

A Festival of Trees Testifies to Community's Generosity

The newly founded HOPE Project, having spun off from the local Relay for Life Committee, continued the tradition of auctioning off Christmas trees at their annual Festival of Trees at the Elks' Lodge...

 

Chamber Community Cash Loans Still Available

“It doesn’t have to just be for Christmas.” That was the point driven home by Lisa Koski, executive director of the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. She was talking about the Community Cash Loan program spearheaded by the...

 

FMDH Looks At Process Improvement While Also Giving Back to Community

Throughout the month of October, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital employees participated in an in-house “Bright Ideas” competition that allowed employees to provide suggestions on various improvements that could be made within the hospital while...

 

Farm Income, Trade and Aid Affects Local Farmers

On Nov. 7, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the second tranche of Market Facilitation Program payments. Billions of dollars will be doled out to producers across the country feeling the adverse effects of the ongoing trade war with Chi...

 

A Night in the Life

It started off as more of a curiosity than a real question. What does a small town cop do all day? What are their goals and how do they perceive their role in the community? Many of those questions I...

 

Valley County Community Pool Campaign Has Busy First Year

The Valley County Community Pool Campaign Committee has had a busy first year of information-sharing and fundraising for the new pool and bathhouse. As of the middle of November, the committee has raised close to $600,000 in cash and pledges. We are...

 

City Approves Series of Spending Resolutions and Assessments

The Glasgow City Council approved a series of spending resolutions during their regular city council meeting on Nov. 18. The resolutions were passed following a legally required public hearing to hear input from the public before spending the...

 

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