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Stone Recognized for Hard Work and Perseverance

Glasgow resident Betty Stone was awarded the Tourism Ambassador of the Year award on April 15 by Lt. Governor Mike Cooney at the Governor's Conference on Tourism and Recreation in Butte. Stone was...

 

GHS Graduate Pursuing Dreams

"There is nothing quite like the feeling of pursuing your dreams." Amy Nelson knows of what she speaks. The young photojournalist recently saw her photo, featuring best-selling author Christopher...

 

FMDH Debuts New ER

After a few months of construction, Francis Mahon Deaconess Hospital recently completed construction in the emergency room portion of the hospital and patients as well as ER staff were able to...

 

Medicaid Expansion Bill To Become Law

HB 658, likely the most contested bill in the 2019 Montana Legislative Session – referred to commonly as the Medicaid Expansion Bill - passed the Senate on a vote of 26-24. The Senate bill included a number of amendments that were then sent back...

 

Gianforte Talks China Trade

Montana's sole U.S. Representative, Greg Gianforte (R), spoke to the Courier about his recent trip to China as part of the first Congressional delegation of 2019. Gianforte said he was one of only...

 

Tester On Valley County Issues

From his office in Washington, D.C., Senator Jon Tester took time to speak to the Courier in a phone interview on April 2 about national and local issues. including trade and tariffs; the Keystone XL...

 

Municipal Seats Opening This Year:

Glasgow, Fort Peck, Nashua and Opheim are all scheduled to have municipal elections this upcoming election season and starting April 18, members of those towns can file to be placed on the ballot to...

 

Celebrating National Library Week

The Glasgow City-County Library celebrated National Library Week April 8 through 12 by having a library-themed weekly story time on April 11. Books about a variety of characters experiencing the...

 

City Council Meets

The City of Glasgow came one step closer to ending a months-long search to find and hire a criminal-focused city attorney. At their regular meeting on Monday, April 15, the council approved a conditional offer to negotiate with Anna Rose Sullivan,...

 

MT Reps. Push To Protect Indigenous Women

The House of Representatives, in a vote of 263-158, passed an extension of the Violence Against Women Act on April 4, providing protections for survivors of domestic violence. Provisions in the Act center around the crisis surrounding missing and...

 
 By Brad Persinger    News    April 17, 2019

Glasgow High School Succeeds At Music Festival

The Glasgow High School band and choir students participated in the District 12 Music Festival in Malta on April 12 and 13. Entries with superior ratings include: Honors Choir, Concert Band, Chamber...

 
 By George Kulczyk    News    April 17, 2019

School Board Meeting

The Glasgow School Board met in regular session on April 10. All of the trustees were in attendance as well as school administrative staff. The meeting began with the student representative report given by Merlin McKean, who noted that the popular...

 

NWS Discusses Flood Projections, Lessons Learned

It was just March 13 when the headline on the Glasgow Courier's front page read NWS Flood Projections Look Good for Glasgow, the article stating there was a prediction of less than a five percent...

 

Helping Feed Cows Leads to Fast Response by V.C. S&R

When Josh Thompson received the call that two kayakers were in need of help on the Milk River on March 31, they were in luck. The Search and Rescue airboat was already staged and in place to serve a very different mission. The crew was supposed to...

 

Henry Takes on Role in Peer Support

Nonprofit group Montana's Peer Network has launched a program in Northeast Montana in affiliation with the Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center in Glasgow. Taking on the role of peer support...

 

Elks Welcomes New Members

Glasgow Elks Lodge 1922 has made several improvements recently. First, and foremost, was the initiation of seven new members. On Wednesday, April 3, current members gathered to welcome Darryl...

 

Williams Makes Early Campaign Stop in Glasgow

Kathleen Williams made a campaign stop in Glasgow on April 8 at Soma Dis Deli. The former Montana legislator and prior candidate is running for Montana’s sole seat in the U.S. House of...

 

CBP Makes Case for New Hours

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection held a town hall on April 2 at the Glasgow Senior Citizens Center to discuss the removal of extended summer hours at the Opheim, Morgan and Scobey ports of entry and the reduction of hours at the Raymond Port....

 

Exclusive: Gianforte 'Seriously Considering' Run for Governor

In an interview with the Glasgow Courier to discuss trade negotiations in China on April 12, Congressman Greg Gianforte said he was "seriously considering" a run for Governor in 2020. This marks the...

 

President Issues New KXL Pipeline Permit

President Trump signed a new order March 29, issuing a new permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline. The permit would allow construction work in northeastern Montana even while the case on whether or not construction will continue is pending in the 9th...

 

April 20 Deadline to Use Shopko Gift Cards

Attorney General Tim Fox encourages anyone who has a Shopko gift card to use it as soon as possible, as Shopko will only be accepting gift cards as a method of payment until April 20. Shopko announced on March 18 the company will be closing all...

 

Six Appeal Rocks Saco

In front of a packed house, Six Appeal brought new meaning to schoolhouse rock last Tuesday, March 26 and Wednesday, March 27. The vocal group captivated the crowd from their opening note, to an impro...

 

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