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Children's Museum Gets a Makeover

Volunteers with the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints expended a bit of elbow grease recently at the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana in Glasgow, sprucing up the place for the enjo...

 

News Briefs for Sept. 29, 2021

Cub Scout Popcorn Fundraiser Underway Cub Scouts Pack 898 is selling popcorn now through Oct. 17 both online and door-to-door. The scouts offer chocolate pretzels, caramel corn, white cheddar, sweet... Full story

 

Fort Peck Credit Union Awards $1,500 in Scholarships

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union has awarded two seven hundred fifty ($750.00) dollar scholarships to credit union members. It is our pleasure to support these individuals in their continuing...

 

County Commissioners Vote to Ease Fire Restrictions

During their regular meeting Wednesday morning, County Commissioners Mary Armstrong and Paul Tweten voted to ease fire restrictions. Chair John Fahlgren was away on county business. Valley County has been under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions due to the... Full story

 

Valley County Woman Dies of COVID-19 Infection

The Valley County Health Department has confirmed the death of a woman in her 70s due to COVID-19. She has not been publicly identified. "We express our sympathy to her family and loved ones," said... Full story

 

Ranchers Against Proposed BLM Bison Rule

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 stopped by the Malta High School Auditorium to give citizens a chance to comment on a grazing issue involving Bison, the American Prairie...

 

New Police Chief Hits the Ground Running

In his new position as city of Glasgow Chief of Police, Rob Weber is getting straight to business. "I want to get back to where we were as a community policing department," Weber told The Courier...

 

'Painting History'

Sisters Haven Riddick, (left), a junior at Glasgow High School, and Saryn Riddick, a freshman, recently volunteered to help paint the mural inside the underpass in downtown Glasgow. "I felt this was... Full story

 

Prescription for Healthier Patients? Lawyers

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. - In her 19 years of living with cerebral palsy, scoliosis and other ailments, Cynthia Enriquez De Santiago has endured about 60 surgeries and her heart has flatlined at least... Full story

 

News Briefs for Sept. 22, 2021

Glasgow Aging Services Office Moves Action for Eastern Montana is relocating the Aging Services Office, currently located at 334 West Court Street, to the Senior Center, located 501 Court Square. The... Full story

 

911 Calls for Sept. 22, 2021

There were 21 motor vehicle stops, six animal control calls, six hazards, five assist citizen/public assists, two dog/cat control calls, one parking violation, one alarm and one inspection request....

 
 By Linda Allie    News    September 22, 2021

Karen (Swenson) Combs Family Donates $20k to GHS Ed. Trust

The Glasgow High School Educational Trust is honored and grateful to announce a gift of $20,000 from the Karen (Swenson) Combs Family. Karen, the very first recipient of a gift from the trust in...

 

Weber Appointed as Glasgow Police Chief

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was updated at noon Friday Sept. 17 to correct an error concerning the members who served on the scoring committee. Robert Weber has been appointed by the Glasgow City Counci...

 

GFD Ladder Truck #5 Carries 9-11 Ties

Every time the Glasgow Fire Department responds to a call for service in Ladder Truck #5, the spirits of brothers Peter and Thomas Langone live on. Thomas, a cop with NYPD, and Peter, a firefighter...

 

News Briefs for Sept. 15, 2021

New Trooper in Glasgow Steven Van Deuse of Madison, Connecticut has been assigned to Valley County with the Montana Highway Patrol. The Montana Highway Patrol commissioned 12 new troopers, inlding... Full story

 

911-Calls

There were 34 motor vehicle stops, 19 accidental dials/prank calls, 10 dog/cat calls, eight animal control calls, six assist citizens/public assists, two alarms, one system trouble, one report for record, one parking violation, one traffic control an...

 

'Where Did You Dig Up That Old Fossil?'

Out in the Badlands of Valley County lie the last remains of a herd of duck-billed dinosaurs. No one knows for sure how the little group of Hadrosaurids met their end. But, paleontologists from the...

 

Glasgow Man Facing Felony Sex Charge

A Glasgow man suspected of having sexual relations with a 13-year-old girl faces up to life imprisonment if convicted. Justice Meland, 22, remains jailed in the Valley County Detention Center on a...

 

Valley County News Briefs for Sept. 8, 2021

Tyra Johnson Earns Award Tyra Johnson, of Glasgow, has earned the honor of Academic Excellence from Weber State University. More than 800 students received the honor of Academic Excellence in the...

 

911 Calls

There were 27 motor vehicle stops, 18 animal control calls, nine accidental dials/prank calls, nine assist citizen/public assists, five hazards, three reports for record, two dog/cat control calls,...

 

America Through the Eyes of a Foreigner

While the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the United States is in a much better position than other countries, says one recent visitor from the Philippines. "I think America, compared to the Philippines,...

 

FWP Intercepts Waterborne Pest

Watercraft inspectors at the Nashua station inspecting an outboard motorboat last week discovered mussels on the transducer, gimbal and other areas of the transom. The motorboat was traveling from...

 

Glasgow Man Arrested on Suspicion of Sex Crimes

In November 2020, the Glasgow Police Department received a report from a concerned citizen of an alleged ongoing sexual relationship between an adult male and a juvenile female. After completing the...

 

Valley County COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Low

Of an eligible population of 6,313 residents, only about 40% currently are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the Valley County Public Health Department. As of Aug. 30, 2,700 residents ha...

 

Valley County News Briefs For Sept. 1, 2021

GHS Grads Receive Scholarships Careers in aviation, radiology, cosmetology, and transportation are on the horizon for four graduates of Valley County high schools who received scholarships from the...

 

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