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Scottie Pride On Full Display

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce has decked the streets in Scottie Pride this year. The idea to order 100 flags from the Glasgow Student Council came up over the summer with the Chamber Board from...

 

AG Fox Talks Policies in Campaign for Gov.

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox sat down with the Courier last week to discuss his campaign for the Republican nomination for the Governorship next November. Currently, Fox is taking on U.S. Representative Greg Gianforte and Dr. Al Olszewski in his...

 

Hydrology Workshop Highlights Water's Unpredictability

Perhaps the most ironic thing occurring during the National Weather Service’s hydrology workshop last week was that while scientists, conservation district reps, bureaucrats, meteorologists and hydrologist met on the inside, a flood advisory had...

 

New Mural Brightens Up Downtown

While driving downtown throughout the past few months, drivers and pedestrians have seen a new piece of artwork go up at the corner of 4th St. S. and 1st Ave S., on the outer side of the addition to...

 

Lack of Power and Rainy Weather Did Not Stop Middle of Nowhere BBQ

The weather didn't cooperate. The power didn't cooperate. The participants, however, did cooperate. Team Kastet proved themselves to be champions in more ways than one this past weekend at the second...

 

Nashua Awarded with Cook Fresh Award

During the annual Montana School Nutrition Association conference in June, Nashua School was awarded a Montana Cook Fresh Award, which recognizes schools for their dedication to serving from-scratch...

 

City of Glasgow Raises Tax Revenues

The Glasgow City Council voted in a split decision to raise tax revenues for the city by a total of roughly $49,000. The move is likely to raise taxes next year for most Glasgow residents and businesses. The vote followed a tense exchange between... Full story

 

Nemont Manor Struggles to Finance $4.6 Million Reno

Nemont Manor’s new ownership, Affiliated Developers Inc., has told the Courier that they are struggling to acquire the necessary Housing and Urban Development (HUD) loans and grants required to complete their planned $4.6 million renovation of the...

 

FMDH Chosen as Community Integrated Healthcare Pilot Site

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has been chosen to be one of six sites throughout the state to pilot a model of community-based healthcare designed to expand the role of EMS providers to deliver more effective and efficient non-emergency services....

 

Opheim Welcomes New Faculty

The school may be small, but that does not mean it is not strong. While the number of students has dwindled over the years, the school remains committed to keeping the doors open for the students and...

 

Glasgow's Valley Bank to Become Bank of Glasgow in October

Bank of Bridger, N.A.’s parent bank-holding company, The Bridger Company, has recently acquired Malta Banquo, Inc., and its entirely-owned subsidiaries, which includes Valley Bank in Glasgow and First Security Bank in Malta. Starting Monday, Oct....

 

Thistle and Thread Opens Storefront in Wolf Point

Back in March, Glasgow residents Ashley Kemmis and Brianna Page began kicking around an idea. In the wake of Shopko announcing it was closing all of its store locations, including Glasgow, the two...

 

Glasgow and Long Run Fire Hosts Annual BBQ

The Glasgow Fire Department and the Long Run Fire Department hosted their annual community barbecue on Aug. 27 at Bundy Park in Glasgow. In addition to having dinner supplied and donated by Food...

 

EMCMHC Teams Up With Rimrock to Improve Addiction Treatment

The Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center (EMCMHC), based in Miles City, has announced they are partnering with Rimrock in Billings, to provide enhanced addiction and mental illness treatment in eastern Montana. Currently, EMCMHC provides...

 

Irle School Playground Update Nears Completion

Students arriving at, and returning to, Irle School this year found themselves – once again – playing at Bundy Park for recess. The reason? The school's playground upgrade and expansion has...

 

Hi-Line Eye Care Celebrates Five Years

Hi-Line Eye Care in Glasgow has helped meet the optometric needs of the community for five years, recently celebrating their anniversary on Aug. 4. Since opening their doors in 2014, owner and...

 

Valley County Crash Comes on Heels of Deadly Four Days in NE MT

A single vehicle rollover occurred on the evening of Monday, Aug. 19, in northern Valley County. According to reports from the Montana Highway Patrol, the driver was traveling on Highway 24 near mile marker 12 when they drifted off the road. Sgt. Jef...

 

Teachers, Staff and Community Enjoy A Night Out After Back to School

After a long day of getting back into the school routine for students, staff, parents and community members, people of all ages came out to the Busted Knuckle on Aug. 21 to enjoy a dinner of Eugene's...

 

There's No Place Like Home

Prairie Ridge Village transformed into a scene from the Wizard of Oz on Aug. 23 for their annual Family Appreciation Day. The staff of the assisted living facility puts on the annual event as a way...

 

Trade War Uncertainty Continues

On Aug. 26, President Trump expressed optimism over developments in trade negotiations with China. Talks are expected to resume despite conflicting claims from the American administration and Chinese officials about communications between the two...

 

Another Chapter in the Keystone XL Pipeline Project Begins Oct. 9

After filing a request on July 10 to again block construction on the Keystone XL pipeline project environmental groups and Justice Department attorneys won’t be able to state their case and argue their points of view until Wednesday, Oct. 9, to...

 

The All-American Post Led by the All-American Man

When Art Widhalm finished his 30-year career in the Air Force – which included time in Vietnam – he knew that he wanted to help improve the lives of military members still in uniform and the...

 

A Swim Under the Stars Helps Fund New Pool

Residents of all ages had the opportunity to not only enjoy the starry sky, with the addition of a slight lightning show, on Aug. 14, but also wind down from the summer season with a movie in the... Full story

 

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