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First-Hand Experience Leads to Benefit for Foster Kids

When people hear the name, "Jenn Calkin," immediately you think of her amazing talents behind the camera. She has captured many weddings, taken many first images of babies in the community, provided...


Block of Bucks Breaks Record

The Soroptomist’s annual fundraiser, organized by Denise Forbes Kegel, to purchase winter clothing and outerwear for area children raised a record setting amount of money for the second year in a ro...


Vote on Farm Bill Expected

The conference committee report on the 2018 Farm Bill has been released and could be headed for final votes in the House and Senate this week. The House could be voting on the bill Wednesday, Dec. 12, with the Senate potentially following with a...


NRCS Hosts Open House to Hear Ag Concerns

The Glasgow Natural Resources Conservation Services District Conservationist Tracy Cumber and the Valley County Conservation District held a holiday open house at the United States Department of Agriculture Office in Glasgow on Dec. 10, to hear...


Boys in Blue Give Back to Snack Pack Program

The Glasgow Police Department participated in No Shave November. Each officer who participated donated $1 per shift to be able to grow a beard as scruffy or as nice as they wanted....

 By Jennifer Fuller    News    December 12, 2018 

City Obtains 6 ID Scanners to Curb Underage Drinking

In an effort to reduce underage drinking, several local alcohol retail outlets have partnered with the Valley CARE Coalition to incorporate portable electronic identification scanners for use when verifying a customer’s age for the purchase of alco...


Scam Alert

Information has been provided to the Glasgow Courier that a fake email has been used to try and gather information from our clients. If you receive an email asking you to create an encrypted email account, it did not originate from the Courier. Do... Full story


Middle of Nowhere Polar Plunge Draws 65 Plungers and Huge Crowd of Spectators and Donors

A.J. ETHERINGTON THE COURIER The Middle of Nowhere Polar Plunge, held Dec. 1 and put on by the Glasgow Police Department and the Valley County Sheriff's Office, saw a huge crowd of over 250 people to...


Arson Alleged in Sunday Morning Fire, Suspect in Custody

Valley County Sheriff Vernon Buerkle told the Courier that Kory Amundson has been charged with Felony Arson, Burglary, Criminal Mischief and Criminal Trespass in connection with an early Sunday...


Judge Rules to Allow Planning Aspects for KXL Pipeline

U.S. District Judge Brian Morris ruled on Nov. 28 that TransCanada can continue to do preliminary work on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline while his order blocking the construction is still in effect. On Nov. 28, TransCanada attorneys argued Judge...


U.S., Mexico and Canada Reach Agreement to Replace NAFTA

After over a year of negotiations, President Trump, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and outgoing Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, signed a deal to implement USMCA and replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. In order for the deal...


Nativity Open House Features Over 280 Pieces

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Glasgow held their fourth annual Nativity Open House last week at their location on Airport Road. The event was open to the public for three days spa...


Hughes Violates Conditions of Release

On Dec. 3, an evidentiary hearing was held in the Leighton Hughes case. Hughes had previously posted bail and been released from custody with conditions imposed by the Court, including a requirement... Full story


Personal Connection Turns Eagle Scout Project Into Benefit for Community

Senior at Glasgow High School Dillon Godwin couldn't decide what to do for his Eagle Scout project, even as time was quickly running out to choose and execute a project. It wasn't until an idea from...


Corpron Agrees to Plea in Drug Case

In a plea agreement filed Nov. 16, Darrell Lee Corpron pleaded guilty to two felony counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs (methamphetamine). Each count carried a maximum sentence of five years in the state prison and/or a fine up to...


Celebrating Community With Thanksgiving

Members of the community came together on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22, at the Glasgow Senior Citizen Center to enjoy good company and food prepared and served by volunteers comprised of the Glasgow High... Full story


A Time of Giving:

The FMDH Foundation's "Tree of Life" has become an annual holiday tradition in our community. The Tree was lit on Nov. 24 and will remain so until New Years. During this time we invite you to support...


Two Killed, Two Injured in Highway 2 Crash Last Friday

Valley County Sheriff Buerkle has reported that two county residents were killed in a car crash Nov. 23, when they were struck by a truck attempting to make an apparent U-turn on U.S. Highway 2 near the Highway 24 intersection. Buerkle stated that...


Festival of Trees

The 14th Annual Festival of Trees charity auction to support the local Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society was held Friday, Nov. 16 at the Glasgow Elks Club. Organizers for the event... Full story


Local Law Enforcement Represent Montana at LETR Convention

Valley County Undersheriff Alex Esteves and Glasgow Police Department Officer Tim Fisher recently returned from Las Vegas, where they represented Valley County and Montana at the International Law... Full story

 By Marc Kloker    News    November 21, 2018

Deer in Blaine County Test Positive for CWD

Test results from three deer harvested in Blaine County have tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The deer were harvested within the 2018 priority surveillance area, which includes the northern half of Blaine County. As a result, the... Full story


Glasgow School Board Meets

The Glasgow School Board met in regular session at the Glasgow Middle School on Nov. 14. All trustees were present, along with each of the school principals and a handful of other school personnel. Superintendent Bob Connors was not in attendance.... Full story


Milk River Increasing Opportunities for Clients

Milk River Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering work opportunities, independent living and activities to adults with developmental disabilities. Milk River operates two group homes, a transitional living home and a work and... Full story


Federal Judge in Montana Blocks KXL Construction

A Montana-based Federal Judge blocked further construction of the Keystone XL pipeline Thursday, Nov. 8, in U.S. District Court for the District of Montana in Great Falls. According to court...


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