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In Support of a Local Pool

Despite a few issues that threatened to delay the opening, the city pool is open for the summer. A new coat of paint and some maintenance, thanks in large part to volunteer swim team families, will hopefully be enough to get us at least one more summer of swimming.


Abigail Helland Takes the Runner-Up Spot at Miss Montana Competition

Abigail Helland, of Glasgow, was one of ten women competing for the title of Miss Montana in Glendive this past weekend, June 14-16. This was Helland's third year competiting, and she was excited to earn scholarship funds to further her education as well as meet new friends and have new experiences.


Another Successful Year for VCCC

For the 36th year, the Valley County community has donated funds to the Valley County Combined Campaign in order to help raise funds for nonprofit organizations in the county. According to Board President and Treasurer of the Valley County Combined Campaign Board Dr. Charles Wilson, the campaign was


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

April 25, 2018 The Pioneer Museum will be open every Tuesday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. through April 30. For special appointments or more information call 406-228-4926. WEDNESDAY - APRIL 25 7:30 - 9 p.m. - Glasgow Glow Run 5K Run/1 mile fun walk. THURSDAY - APRIL 26 9:30 a.m. - The Nashua Community is i


Honestly, You Didn't Know?

First off, even if you are wholly unaware of theatre, the name Cabaret, which literally means a night club with entertainment and drinks, should have alerted the viewer to the adult nature of the performance. If that is not enough then a cursory amount of research (more commonly referred to as a Goo


Register Now for the 2018 Domestic Violence Kickball Tournament

Love Should Not Hurt, comprised of Lacie Brown and Jenny McCabe, as well asGlasgow Police DepartmentVictim Services, is asking for individuals and businesses to register a team for the first annual domestic violence kickball tournament set to take place on Saturday, July 21, at Sullivan Park. An all


Without Them This Would Not Be Possible

I’m not good at volunteering. Some of my experiences have left me jaded, and honestly, I’ve done my fair share. That being said, I fully appreciate those that are enthusiastic about volunteering, or even those that give their time grudgingly.


Come Discover Pollinators at Interpretive Center

The Fort Peck Interpretive Center will be providing a number of activities for children and families this weekend, June 22 through 24. There will be a variety of displays, handouts and activities related to pollinators and the benefits to our ecosystem.


Fort Peck Tribes still looking for 6 who escaped jail

On June 7, the Fort Peck Tribal Court posted on Facebook that 13 people had escaped from the tribal jail. On Friday, the Roosevelt County sheriff's office posted a notice on Facebook saying the tribes were offering a reward for information leading to the six who remain at large.


Sharri Vandall Hired As Northside School Principal

Long-time Wolf Point resident and educator Sharri Vandall, 50, was chosen as the next Northside Elementary School principal Wednesday, May 30. Her hiring follows the departure of former Northside principal Brett Scott.


Sixth Annual Brewfest On Tap Saturday

Saturday, June 17, the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will bring the sixth annual Brewfest to Wolf Point. Starting at 5 p.m. at Marvin Brookman Stadium, the annual brewfest features live music and lots of beer, wine and food for patrons to enjoy.


Author of 2003 Letter Found

The author of the 2003 letter found on the last day of school by Shalynn Pedersen at Glasgow Middle School has come forward. Lynsey Grobel, who today lives in Helena, contacted the Courier to claim authorship of the letter featured on the front page of the June 6, edition of the paper.


School's Out Carnival Brings Families Together

Families and children alike were able to enjoy the nice weather on June 9, to celebrate the beginning of the summer with the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana Third Annual School's Out Carnival. Originally scheduled for the last day of Glasgow schools on June 1, Mother Nature did not cooperate


Primary Results: Laird Beats Helland in Primary

In a race that came down to the final precinct reports, Judge Yvonne Laird beat out Glasgow Attorney Peter Helland in the primary for Montana District 17 Court Judge. Despite winning Valley County by a hefty 664 votes, Helland lost in Phillips County by 311 and Blaine County by 418 votes and ultimat


Reds Fall to Cardinals in Two-Game Sweep

The Glasgow Reds hosted the Billings Cardinal in a double header on June 5. The Cardinals got the best of the home team in both contests, winning 12-6 and 13-1. The Cardinals gained an early lead with six runs in the first inning. Glasgow answered with six runs of their own in the third inning, but


Agency On Aging Hosts Presentation on Medicare

Area I Agency on Aging, in conjunction with the Valley County Senior Center, is sponsoring an informative presentation exploring the many questions that arise in navigating the “ins” and “outs” of Medicare. The program, entitled Medicare 101, will be held on Thursday evening, June 21, at 7 p.m., at


Man Killed In Train Accident

According to BNSF, a train performing maintenance on the railway had been stopped on the tracks before pulling out of town, when it ran over the man, killing him.


3-year-old Wolf Point boy on bicycle struck, killed by truck in Poplar

The child, who was from also Wolf Point, was pronounced dead at the scene. It is unknown if he was wearing a helmet.


Addiction Treatment in Poplar Needed to Assist American Indian Reservation

The reservation, which is situated north of the city in Montana’s Hi-Line region, stretches to the Canadian border.


Wolf Point School Board Approves Hires At Special Meeting

Other hires included both academic and extracurricular positions. The following hires were approved by the board at the meeting: Julie D’Ambrosio, summer custodial staff; Caden Kurokawa, summer custodial staff; Sharon Kolstad, JH/HS accompanist; Lori Sande, JH/HS summer school teacher; John Wetsit,