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The Glasgow Courier to Move From Downtown to Highway 2

The Glasgow Courier will be moving locations from downtown Glasgow to our new location at 54226 US Highway 2, Glasgow, next to Crazy Woman Quilts, starting Monday, March 4. Papers will be for sale at our new location next week. The old office... Full story

 

Mark Your Calendars: VCHD Upcoming Events

The Valley County Health Department has scheduled a celebration to commemorate the county’s Cardiac Ready Community designation, which was received from the State of Montana on Oct. 23 and presented to the county on Nov. 9. The event, Valley County...

 

McKean to Serve on Gov's Get Outdoors Advisory

Glasgow resident Andrew McKean loves the outdoors and has worn many hats within the outdoor industry. He has been a hunter, an independent journalist writing about the outdoors and even as former...

 

Daines Hosts Town Hall in Glasgow

Senator Steve Daines hosted a town hall at the Glasgow VFW Post 3107 l Feb. 15 to meet with and take questions from constituents. The stop was one of many on a total tour of the Big Sky State that inc...

 

Cases of Measles on the Rise, Mumps Confirmed in Montana

Even with modern medicine and vaccination schedules, the measles are making the rounds throughout the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control, from Jan. 1 through Feb. 14 of this year, 127 individual cases of measles have been...

 

FMDH's Major Face-Lift Continues

Over the past few years, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital and the various departments within the hospital have seen much needed upgrades and face-lifts in order to keep compliant with healthcare...

 
 By Kyla Burns    News    February 20, 2019

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Recognized as a 2019 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital announced on Feb. 12, it has been named one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States by The Chartis Center for Rural Health. Regarded as one of the industry’s most significant designations of...

 

Property Assessment Office in Wolf Point to Close

The Montana Department of Revenue’s Property Assessment field office in Wolf Point will close permanently on Thursday, Feb. 28. This closure is part of the department’s move to streamline operations and best use its limited resources. After the...

 

A Cool Glass of Bipartisanship

Last week, Montana’s three congressmen introduced the Clean Water for Rural Communities Act to their respective houses in Congress. Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester introduced the bipartisan bill in the Senate, and Representaåtive Greg...

 

Frazer Retires Jackson's Number, Inducts Two Onto Wall of Fame

The Frazer community came together Feb. 8, to honor three former students. Among them was Brayden Jackson, who was killed in a car accident last year. The two inductees into the wall of fame were...

 

FCB Assists Glasgow Schools

First Community Bank recently donated $500 to the Glasgow schools lunch program to help struggling families cover the cost of providing school lunch for their kids. Every Friday, FCB employees in...

 

Opheim FFA Students Compete in Sidney

Many people think there are fewer opportunities in small schools. They might be right for some schools, but in Opheim, there seems to be plenty to do. Between basketball, BPA, honor concerts and FFA, sometimes it is hard to find any students left in...

 

Potential for Ice Jams and Related Flooding Greatest in February and March

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) is reminding residents that February and March will have the greatest potential for ice jams and conditions can change rapidly. According to the Glasgow National Weather Service,...

 

Perched Out on the Ice

The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture hosted their 21st Annual Ice Fishing Derby on the ice at the Dredge Cuts Trout Pond on Saturday, Feb. 2. The yearly winter sports staple attracted... Full story

 

From the Middle of Nowhere to Moscow

Born in Glasgow, he has made his way from the Middle of Nowhere to Stanford, St. Petersburg, Oxford, Washington, D.C., and Moscow. He went from being a student in Russia before the fall of the Soviet Union, to becoming one of the world’s most... Full story

 

Winter Safety Advised as Arctic Blast Approaches

Record snow fell on Sunday, Feb. 3 in Glasgow while continuing to fall into Monday morning bringing in a collective ten inches of snow as of Monday afternoon with snow expected to continue through Tuesday, as of press time. That record snowfall is... Full story

 

Junior High Learning to Fly

If you attended the basketball games on Jan. 31, you might have noticed some new faces among the cheerleaders. Amid the usual winter squad members were a handful of eighth graders out for their first... Full story

 

GHS Trading Cards are Back

The Glasgow High School has brought back the Trading Card program for another year honoring 16 drug, tobacco and alcohol free high school students and looking to provide role models for Glasgow's... Full story

 

McTeacher Night Dubbed a Success

Irle School PTO, along with the Glasgow McDonalds, hosted McTeacher night on Jan. 24, allowing students and their families the opportunity to see teachers from Irle school in a different environment...

 

Montana Senators Fight For Indigenous Women

Montana senators Steve Daines (R) and Jon Tester (D) have not given up Savanna’s Act, with both senators vowing to move forward with the legislation. The bill failed to pass last session when retiring Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) refused to...

 

'Red Night' in Frazer Honors Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The Frazer community came together with the Frazer High School and Poplar High School to honor and raise awareness for missing and murdered indigenous women and girls last Friday, Jan. 25. The event,...

 

Shutdown Impacted Local Agencies

After 35 days of being furloughed workers, members of the community who serve the public in government-funded agencies such as the National Weather Service, FBI, Bureau of Land Management, USDA Farm...

 

Shutdown Threatened Water Infrastructure Project

The closure of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development offices threatened to affect Glasgow’s upgrade to the water infrastructure prior to the end of the government shutdown on Friday, Jan. 25. According to the Director of...

 

City Votes to Move Jurisdiction Ordinance Forward

In an unanimous decision, the Glasgow City Council voted to advance Ordinance No. 960 to extend the Glasgow Police Department’s arrest authority out five miles from the city limits at their regular meeting on Jan. 22. During the meeting, Chief...

 

Shopko Undergoes Financial Restructuring

On Jan. 16, Shopko announced they have filed voluntary petitions for a court-supervised financial restructuring under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. As a result, the Plentywood store will be closing March 3, and the Wolf Point...

 

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