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Edwards Awarded JMG Conference Scholarship

Glasgow High School junior Harley Edwards was one of four students throughout the state who was recognized for his essay on leadership development during the state’s annual Jobs for Montana’s Graduates (JMG) Lead Montana Conference in Helena on...

 

Festival of Trees

The 18th Annual Festival of Trees was held on Nov. 18 and 19 at the Glasgow Elks Lodge. A total of 48 trees, wreaths and holiday décor, designed by a wide range of community members, were available...

 

FMDH Adds To Their OBGYN And Leadership Teams

Over the past few months, two new faces have been getting used to new co-workers and patients at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital as well as a new way of life in the Middle of Nowhere. Though Glasgow...

 

Opheim Welcomes New Staff Members To Community

At the beginning of the school year, Opheim School students and fellow staff welcomed four new staff members into their community. Matt Simley is teaching second/third grade class as well as the elementary P.E. classes. Tracy Cumber took over the...

 

MT Highway 248 Timber Bridge Replacement Begins Early November

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and Sletten Construction will begin preparations to replace two timber bridges on MT Highway 248 (MT 248) in early November 2022, weather permitting. These bridge replacement projects are part of a...

 

Customers Encouraged To Monitor Natural Gas Meter And Furnace Vent Areas

With heavy snow accumulations throughout the region, Montana-Dakota Utilities is encouraging customers to inspect their natural gas meter and furnace vent areas to make sure there is not a buildup of snow and ice. Customers are encouraged to clear...

 

First Lutheran Church Assists Valley Food Bank

With Thanksgiving approaching, the Northland Region Thrivent Member Network challenged community members from church members, Sunday school, youth group, coworkers, neighbors, civic group, schools,...

 

Three Sent To Hospital In Three Separate Incidents

BNSF Train Hits Vehicle On Nov. 14, at approximately 08:35 a.m., dispatch received a 911 call stating a BNSF train struck a vehicle at a crossing near mm 546 on US Highway 2. A single vehicle, with one occupant, was struck in the front passenger...

 

Take It Slow On Snowy Icy Roads

Old Man Winter made an appearance over the past week, which reminded all of us what cold and snow is after a mild end to fall-like weather. A new record low was broken for Glasgow Airport on Nov. 10, when it hit -15 degrees Fahrenheit. This broke...

 

North Country Mavericks Bring Home Hardware

The North Country Mavericks, in their debut appearance at the All Class State Volleyball Tournament, brought home hardware for third place. See page 1B for the story. Back Row standing left to right:...

 

Full Mid-Term Election Results

In the Nov. 8, 2022 Mid-Term Election, a total of 3,278 registered voters made their voices heard, of the total 4,928 registered voters in the county, making this election a 67 percent voter turnout. When looking at the Valley County precinct...

 

Dreams Never Die

In 2004, a group of teenagers started a goal of creating a skatepark in order to pursue their passions in the sport. A board was created, and with the assistance of parents and other involved community members, the park was created on the...

 

Thanking Veterans

Opheim students came together to celebrate area Veterans during their Veterans Day Program on Nov. 8, at the school. With song and words, the students from all grades, honored past and present...

 

Town Pump Matching $1 Million For Food Banks

As Montana’s food banks deal with record demand in the wake of soaring food costs and other everyday expenses, the Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $1 million to help raise $4 million during its annual fundraising campaign for food...

 

Wheatgrass Artist of the Month

Frank Vandall is the Wheatgrass Arts & Gallery Artist of the Month. His show will be available to view through Nov. 30, at 523 2nd Ave. So., Glasgow. Vandall is a self taught artist in drawing...

 

Glasgow Courier Thanksgiving Issue And Hours

In observance of Thanksgiving the Glasgow Courier’s Nov. 23 issue will be available for distribution on Tuesday, Nov. 22, arriving in local mailboxes on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Deadline for advertising and news item is this Friday, Nov. 18. The...

 

General Election Results in Valley County

In the Nov. 8 Mid-Term Election, a total of 3,278 registered voters made their voices heard, of the total 4,928 registered voters in the county, making this election a 67 percent turn out. In the unofficial results provided by the Valley County... Full story

 

VFW Buddy Poppy Day

Art Widhalm (pictured) was one of a number of volunteers at the downtown intersections for VFW Buddy Poppy Day on Nov. 4. The funds raised during the day event are put towards the Veterans Relief...

 

Hinsdale Fall Festival

One month ago today... Our American flag draped peacefully atop the Legion Monument on Sunday afternoon, as the sun shone through a green and golden canopy of leaves at Hinsdale's Fall Festival....

 

Free Little Library Promotes Reading Accessibility

Before the weather turned from fall to winter, a Free Little Library (FLL) was installed on Nov. 4 in front of the entrance of Highland Cemetery in Glasgow due to the generosity of Dick Markle and...

 

VC Students Observe Red Ribbon Week

Opheim School and Glasgow Middle School (GMS) observed Red Ribbon Week Oct. 24 through 28, with Glasgow wrapping up their observation on the 31st with a school assembly meeting Goose, the Valley...

 

Winners Of The Glasgow Courier's Halloween Costume Contest

Thank you for all who participated in the Glasgow Courier Halloween Costume Contest. We had a lot of fun! All prizes will be available for pick-up at the Glasgow Courier, 531 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow,...

 

American Rescue Plan Act: Where Did The Money Come From And Where Did It Go?

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed by President Biden in March 2021. It provided $1.9 trillion in COVID-19 relief funding. Valley County received allocations from several funding sources within ARPA. The first allocation was $1,436,586,...

 

City Reminds To Get Vehicles Off The Streets

The City of Glasgow is reminding residents to keep streets and alleys clear of vehicles as the winter season is fast approaching. Summer vehicles such as campers, RVs and watercraft must be removed from any city street or alley by Dec. 1. Another...

 

VC Commissioners Looking For Public Input On How To Utilize Funds

The Valley County Commissioners have bene holding weekly Discussion and Decision meetings to gain public input on how to spend the latest American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allocation funding. Valley County received the latest ARPA allocation of...

 

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