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Thursday, September 20th 2018
Nelson & Fresno Reservoirs
Attention Irrigators, Nelson & Fresno Reservoirs will be shutting off Thurs. Sept. 20th. Glasgow Irrigation will continue to flow for a short time after.
Thursday, September 20th 2018
KC Youth Football Cancelled
KC Youth Football has been cancelled for tonight.
Thursday, September 20th 2018
Valley County Farm Bureau’s Annual meeting
Valley County Farm Bureau’s Annual meeting is Mon. Sept. 24th at the Cottonwood Inn. No Host Social begins at 6p.m. with dinner, compliments of Valley County Farm Bureau, at 6:30p.m. There will be a short meeting with entertainment to follow by Cowboy Poet, Margaret Wilhelm. Margaret has lived for more than 40 years on a cattle ranch near White Sulphur Springs, where she & husband, Gary, raised angus cattle & 2 daughters. Please RSVP by Thurs. Sept. 20th by calling 392-5321 or 392-7788.
Thursday, September 20th 2018
American Legion Auxiliary #41
The American Legion Auxiliary #41 will meet Thurs. Sept. 20th at 7p.m. at the VFW. Leila Seyfert will be Hostess, & Rene Clampitt will have the Girl’s State Report.
Thursday, September 20th 2018
American Legion and Auxiliary Meeting
The American Legion and Auxiliary will meet on Thursday, Sept. 20th at 7:00p.m. at the VFW. Boys and Girls State reports will be given.

Friday, September 21st 2018
Hi-Line Youth Hockey registration
Hi-Line Youth Hockey registration has begun for 2018-2019 Glasgow Ice Dawg Hockey season. League play commitment date for ALL league players is Fri. Sept. 21st. Players may register online anytime up until that date at www.hlyh.org. Registration is for all groups listed: Termites – 6 & under, Mites – 7/8 year olds, Squirts – 9/10 year olds, Pee Wee – 11/12 year olds, Bantam – 13/14 year olds, Girls – 13 & under, Girls High School, Boys High School, Adult – Men & Women. Players MUST register with USA Hockey at usahockeyregistration.com prior to registration with HLYH. A USA Hockey player registration confirmation & certified copy the player’s birth certificate of ALL tyke/mite, 1st year Squirt & new Squirt & up players MUST be sent to Heather Dulaney @ 20 Robertson Ct Glasgow, MT 59230 along with a Volunteer Check of $200 for Tyke/Mite players & $400 for Squirt & up players (both postdated 4/01/19). USA Hockey fees are waived for 6 years old & under. Player costs for HLYH are $120. for the 1st player, $115 for the 2nd, $110 for the 3rd with a family cap of $350. Mite player costs are $100 & a postdated Volunteer check of $200. Adult player fees are $50 & a $200 postdated Volunteer check. HLYH provides equipment (excluding helmet) FREE to 1st year players & equipment rental is available if needed. SCHOLARSHIPS are available to all players. ALL VOLUNTEER checks are returned at the end of the season upon completion of Volunteer hours. If you have any questions regarding registration please contact Heather Dulaney 406-263-8088 or Tami Burke at 406-480-2819.
Friday, September 21st 2018
From Science to Solutions: Understanding Dementia & Building Skills for Positive Outcomes Seminar
From Science to Solutions: Understanding Dementia & Building Skills for Positive Outcomes Seminar is Tues. Sept. 25th from 10a.m. – 6p.m. for families, caregivers, is open to the public & free of charge. Register by Sept. 21st for this seminar. Wednesday & Thursday Sept. 26th & 27th, seminar is identical both days from 8:30a.m. – 5p.m., is for Professionals, with a cost of $45 per person; register for this seminar by Sept. 24th. All days will take place at the Cottonwood Inn. To register, call the Extension Office, 228-6241 or Prairie Ridge, 228-2208. This Seminar is made possible by FMDH, MSU Extension, Prairie Ridge, Valley View & Valley County Respice.
Friday, September 21st 2018
Ranch & Pasture Noxious Weed Tour
All are welcome to join MSU Extension & the Valley County Weed District for a Ranch & Pasture Noxious Weed Tour Sat. Sept. 22nd. The day will get started at 1p.m. at Stoughie’s in Hinsdale & will include an afternoon tour & discussion of noxious weeds as well as an evening family barbecue. There is no charge, but they’d appreciate an RSVP by calling the Extension Office at 228-6241.
Saturday, September 22nd 2018
3rd Annual Skip Erickson Safari fundraiser event
The 3rd Annual Skip Erickson Safari fundraiser event is Sat. Sept. 22nd at the Children’s Museum of Northeast Montana. Come for a fun evening filled with great food, drinks, games & auction fun. A Social is from 5 – 6p.m. with a cash bar & appetizers followed by a steak dinner at 6p.m., silent & live auctions. All proceeds go to improving the museum & Skip’s amazing wildlife exhibit.
Saturday, September 22nd 2018
Hinsdale FFA will have a Harvest Dance
The Hinsdale FFA will have a Harvest Dance Sat. Sept. 22nd from 7 – 11p.m. at the Hinsdale Legion Hall. This is a casual dance to fundraise for the National FFA Trip. Everyone is welcome! Admission is $15 for adults, $20 for couples & $10 for students.
Sunday, September 23rd 2018
Free Entrepreneur Workshop
There will be a Free Entrepreneur Workshop Sun. Sept. 23rd from 12noon - 5p.m. at the Cottonwood Inn. SCORE.ORG will host this young entrepreneur workshop, which is an all-inclusive workshop serving pizza for dinner that will aid in directing young people in effective startup & growth. Included but not limited to groups like 4H, FFA, FCCLA & truly anyone starting a new business or thinks they want to learn more about doing so. This event is focused on individuals 25 & younger however if you missed the last event feel free to attend. Food will be ordered, so please RSVP to Andrew Lauckner, 406-690-660 or a.lauckner@scorevolunteer.org.
Sunday, September 23rd 2018
Sacrament Meeting Presentation at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The public is invited to come & see the children perform their annual Sacrament Meeting Presentation at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 15 Airport Road, Sun. Sept. 23rd at 10a.m. Children ages 3 – 12 have been preparing for this program featuring readings & musical selections on the topic of “I Am a Child of God”. The purpose is to teach the children this important truth as they feel our Heavenly Father’s love for them. All are welcome to come & support them in this public presentation.
Sunday, September 23rd 2018
Nashua Senior Citizens Dinner
The Nashua Senior Citizens Association will be serving a roast beef dinner to the public Sun. Sept. 23rd from 11:30a.m.-1:30p.m. Ice cream sundaes will be included as well as coffee. Take out is available; free will offerings will be accepted.
Monday, September 24th 2018
Soroptimist Thrift Store
The Soroptimist Thrift Store is open Mon. – Fri. 10a.m. – 4p.m., & Saturdays from 11a.m. – 3p.m. They have lots of school clothes in stock & plenty of baby items. Halloween, Fall items & cammo are out. They are cleaning out the back room so there is lots of new items. As always, additional items are added daily; donations are always welcome; proceeds used locally. The Thrift Store is currently looking for an someone to work Tuesdays & Wednesdays, from 10a.m. – 4p.m. If you are interested stop down to the Thrift Store.
Monday, September 24th 2018
Nashua Lions Club Fall Bazaar & Craft Fair
The Nashua Lions Club Fall Bazaar & Craft Fair is Sat. Oct. 13th. Table rental is $15 per large table; to rent tables or for more information call Jenny – 263-7876, or Janet – 263-8103.
Monday, September 24th 2018
Homecoming Week is Sept. 24th – 28th
Homecoming Week is Sept. 24th – 28th with “Conquer Cut Bank” as the Theme. Monday is Meme & Vine Day (dress as the star of your favorite meme or vine); Tuesday is Holiday Day (dress as the holiday assigned to your class; 12th – 4th of July; 11th – Halloween; 10th – Christmas; 9th – St. Patrick’s Day: Teachers – President’s Day); Wednesday is Squad Day (grab some friends & dress like a group of people or things); Thursday is Under the Sea Day (dress as a fish, shark, seahorse, etc); Friday is Red & White Day.
Monday, September 24th 2018
Chamber is Looking for a Christmas Tree
The Glasgow Chamber is on the hunt for a large Christmas tree to use in downtown Glasgow again this year. Lights will be lit the weekend of the Christmas Stroll, Sat. Dec. 1st. Have a tree you’d like gone? Contact the Chamber, 228-2222, to facilitate your donation.
Monday, September 24th 2018
Little Campers
Freshen up your winter wardrobe, bedding, wool hats, draperies & more with a good cleaning from Havre Laundry. Drop items at Little Campers, your local source for new & used winter wear for the littles in your life. Open Tuesday through Saturday, at 531 2nd Ave South in Glasgow.
Tuesday, September 25th 2018
Will and Trusts Workshop
Dr. Marsha Goetting will be in Glasgow on Tuesday, Sept. 25th to provide an informational workshop focusing specifically on wills and trusts. This program will be directed to all ages. She will devote part of the program specifically to testamentary trusts for parents of minor children. She will also highlight the Beneficiary Deed law that allows Montanan’s to pass real property to your heirs without probate. Wills and Trusts will begin at 7:00p.m. at the Cottonwood Inn. Dr. Goetting stresses that she does not offer legal advice, but can offer ideas and options to consider. Register for this free seminar by calling Valley County Extension office at 228-6241.
Wednesday, September 26th 2018
Chamber is looking for dates for events in 2019
The Glasgow Chamber is looking for dates for any events in 2019. If you have an event that is scheduled for 2019, contact the Chamber with the information & date so it can be advertised in various articles, free of charge. Contact the Chamber, 228-2222.
Friday, September 28th 2018
2018 Homecoming Weekend Events
2018 Homecoming Weekend Events begin Fri. Sept. 28th with the Homecoming Parade at 2:30p.m. in downtown Glasgow, followed by the Scottie Booster Club Tailgate Party at 6p.m. at the GHS Football Field. Football game at 7p.m. with the Saskatoon Police Pipes & Drums performing at half time. They will also perform in Fort Peck at 9a.m. for the Scottie Cross Country meet at Kiwanis Park. They will then head back to Glasgow for the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast at the Senior Center at approx. 10:30a.m. then on to Valley View, Nemont Manor & Prairie Ridge. The Pub Crawl begins at 5:30p.m. at the Cottonwood, then Sunnyside, VFW, Elks Club, Busted Knuckle Brewery, Stockman Bar, Alley's Palace, Montana Bar, Durum Restaurant & Bar, then ending at Sam & Jeff’s at 11:30p.m. These events are sponsored by The Glasgow Chamber, Scottie Booster Club, GHS Student Council, Northwestern Energy, Glasgow Kiwanis Club & Pub Crawl participants.
Friday, September 28th 2018
Hi Line Youth Hockey Gun Raffle
Hi Line Youth Hockey is once again having their gun raffle. A gun a day will be given away during the month of November. Gun raffle tickets are $50 each with a limited number sold. Winners are eligible to win more than once. Tickets can be purchased at D & G Sports & Western, Ag Land Co-op, the KLTZ/Mix 93 studios & JR’s Party Store.
Friday, September 28th 2018
Valley County has been approved for Emergency Grazing of Conservation Reserve Program acres
Valley County has been approved for Emergency Grazing of Conservation Reserve Program acres. The authorization extends to Sept. 30th. Producers interested in emergency grazing of CRP acres must sign up at the Valley County FSA office & receive approval prior to starting any grazing on CRP land. For more information, call the local FSA office, 228-4321, ext. 2, or visit the office at 54059 Highway 2 in Glasgow.
Saturday, September 29th 2018
Children’s Museum of NE MT Raising money for museum exhibit updates with Schwan's Cares Program
This season, the Children’s Museum of NE MT is raising money for museum exhibit updates with the Schwan's Cares program. Everyone is invited to join their campaign to help spread the word to your own friends & family! Once you join, you will easily be able to share with the online tools provided. Their group earns up to 40% cash back each time we shop for delicious foods from Schwan’s Home Service, Inc. May - Sep 29, 2018. Schwan’s offers over 300 high-quality, family-pleasing foods that are flash-frozen & delivered to your door. It’s an incredibly easy & convenient way to raise money. There are no subscriptions - order at your convenience. Please join our team to raise money for Museum exhibit updates today.
Saturday, September 29th 2018
Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
The annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast will be Saturday, Sept. 29th from 7:00-11:00a.m. at the Glasgow Senior Citizen’s Center. Cost is $8.00 per person with children under 5 free when accompanied by an adult. The Saskatoon Police Pipes and Drums will perform at 10:30a.m. Please note the change of location to the Senior Center.
Saturday, September 29th 2018
Fort Peck Senior Citizens Pancake Breakfast
During the Glasgow Invitational Cross County Meet held on Saturday, Sept. 29th in Fort Peck at Kiwanis Park, the Fort Peck Senior Citizens will have their annual pancake breakfast. The breakfast will be at Shelter #4 from 8:00-11:30a.m. Everyone is welcome. Supplemental funding is being provided by Thrivent Financial.

Sunday, September 30th 2018
Pioneer Museum
The Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Tuesday – Friday from 10a.m. – 4p.m. Planning a special event? You might consider a visit to the museum as one idea. They have new displays & exhibits & a restocked gift shop. The museum has served as a meeting place for various reunions, social events & school tours. For further information contact the museum at 406-228-8692.
Sunday, September 30th 2018
Glasgow DMV
Sunday, September 30th 2018
Paths to Serenity
Paths to Serenity A.A. meetings are as follows; Mondays at 7p.m., Tuesdays at 7p.m., Wednesdays at 8p.m., Thursdays at 7p.m., Fridays at 5:30p.m., Saturdays at 10a.m. & 7p.m., Sundays at 10a.m. Ladies only A.A. meetings are Thursdays at 5:30p.m. N.A. meetings are Sundays at 7p.m. All meetings take place at 1222 Hwy #2 West. Big Book Study Group is Mondays at 8p.m. at St. Raphael’s. Alanon meetings are Mondays at 7p.m. at St. Raphael’s.
Monday, October 1st 2018
Deadline to apply for 2019 Noninsurable Crop Disaster Assistance Program
The Farm Service Agency would like to remind producers that Mon. Oct. 1, 2018 is the deadline to apply for 2019 Noninsurable Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) for all 2019 annual fall seeded crops, perennial forage & grazing. NAP coverage is available only on crops for which Federal Crop Insurance (FCIC) is not available with the exception of pilot programs such as pasture, rangeland & forage (PRF) for hayed & grazed crops. NAP coverage fees are $250 per crop per administrative county, not to exceed $750 per administrative county. If you are eligible as a limited resource farmer, beginning farmer or underserved, the service fee may be waived. If you have any questions, contact the Valley County Farm Service Agency, 228-4321, prior to Oct. 1st.
Tuesday, October 2nd 2018
Two Rivers Economic Growth Annual Membership Meeting
Two Rivers Economic Growth will host the Montana Conversations program, “Montana Towns: Then, Now, Tomorrow" with storyteller Hal Stearns during their annual membership meeting on Tuesday, October 2, at the Cottonwood Inn and Suites. Social will begin at 5:30, dinner at 6:30, and the program at 7:00p.m., followed by a dessert auction. The meal and presentation are free and open to the public. Montana is a state of extremes with high mountains, great plains, half the population in five counties and ten others with another one-third of our residents. This program is well worth our understanding of the small places that are a big part of the Montana story. For more information contact Two Rivers Economic Growth at 263-4769.
Tuesday, October 2nd 2018
Northeastern Arts Network Concert
The First Concert for the 2018-2019 Big Sky Series from the Northeastern Arts Network is Kristen Estelle and the Heartstrings on Tuesday, Oct. 2nd at 7:00p.m. at the Glasgow High School Auditorium. Kristen Estelle, from Malta, was originally a classically trained clarinetist and she eventually wound her way to New York’s vocal jazz scene. Kristen’s melodies are full of wordplay and fun filled jest and is a fusion of Indie-Pop with a twist of jazz. Tickets are available at the door. For more information call 230-1285.
Thursday, October 4th 2018
Hunter Education course in Glasgow
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course in Glasgow is Thurs. Oct. 4th. All hunter education classes are free of charge. All students must register online at the FWP website: fwp.mt.gov; click on the education tab, then click “hunter education programs”. Next, “Find a class or field course” & search for the available class in your area. Detailed instructions on dates, times, & other information will be found at each class’ registration page. For youth to be eligible to hunt & be fully certified during the 2018 season, hunters must be 12-years old by January 16, 2019. Students aged 10 & 11 can take a course & hunt as an apprentice but will not be fully certified until the year they turn 12. Preference will be given to 11 & 12-year olds (or older) if the class becomes full. All registrants for these events must be 10 years old by the 1st day of class. An Adult online field course will be held in Glasgow Sat. Oct. 6th. For the adult online field course, adults must complete the online hunter education course & receive a Field Day Qualifier Certificate. Adults looking to complete the online course can find instructions at fwp.mt.gov & will also need to go there to register for the field day course. The Field Day Qualifier Certificate & a picture ID are necessary to obtain entrance into the field course. A written test needs to be successfully passed during the course to obtain a certificate. If there are any questions, call the Glasgow FWP office, 228-3700.
Saturday, October 6th 2018
VC Senior Citizens Breakfast
The Valley County Senior Citizens serve breakfast, featuring homemade sourdoughs, the 1st Saturday of every month from 7 – 10a.m. Cost is $5 per person or $7.50 for those with big appetites.
Saturday, October 6th 2018
FMDH Foundation Corral to Community
You’re invited to the FMDH Foundation Corral to Community event Sat. Oct. 6th at the Busted Knuckle Brewery. Taste delicious food & your favorite soda, beer, & newly added wine. Come at 5:30p.m. to hear about the new inductees to the Corral of Compassion Wall of Honor & why supporting local is so important for all of us. Cost is $30 per person or $50 per couple & you can reserve your spot online at fmdh.org. Come enjoy the fall weather & a chance to win a “staycation” package.
Sunday, October 7th 2018
Hinsdale Fallfest
Fallfest in Hinsdale will be held on Sunday, October 7th from 1:00-4:00p.m. at Hinsdale’s Legion Park. There will be live music, games, crafts and fun for the whole family. Funds raised from the donated items will be put towards a community memorial for the 4-H kids of James Hardman as a tribute to his life. For any questions contact Leona at 364-2128.
Tuesday, October 16th 2018
Valley Community Food Bank
The Valley Community Food Bank, serving only Valley County residents, located at 1020 1st Ave. No., is open the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 12noon-4p.m. If this is your 1st time applying for assistance from the food bank, please bring a photo ID & proof of your physical residence. The mailing address is P.O. Box 63, Glasgow. For more information contact Nancy Bowman at 263-1253.
Tuesday, November 6th 2018
Parenting Classes, Parenting the Love and Logic Way
Everyone is welcome to join a 6 week parenting training titled, Parenting-the Love and Logic Way, which holds a 30 year track record of success. This course is designed to help parents raise respectful and responsible kids. The training will begin on October 2nd and continue October 9th, 16th 23rd, 30th and November 6th from 5:30-8:00p.m. each evening and will be held at the Children’s Museum in Glasgow. The course is completely free and includes childcare and a dinner for each session. You are welcome to join for one night or the entire course. No registration is necessary but if you have questions call or text Becca Olfert at 406-855-8843.
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