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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 10, 2014 

Jon Voight Gets The Lay Of The Land

Ties to Hollywood brought an actor and a director to the Glasgow area last week. Sightings of the famous actor were reported at several businesses, the airport and at a local hotel. The trip to... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 10, 2014 

Housing Efforts: More To Come

By Bonnie Davidson The Courier If you asked anyone who has recently moved to Glasgow there would be no question or hesitation that housing is a problem in Glasgow. Nearly a dozen people attended a...

 
 By Jim Orr    News    September 10, 2014 

Pipe Band Or Not, It's A Scottie Homecoming

The homecoming show must go on. The Miles City Caledonian Society will fill in, but only so much, for the missing Saskatoon Police Pipes & Drums during Glasgow Scottie Homecoming Festival...

 
 By Virgil Vaupel    News    September 10, 2014 

Farmers Hear Crop Disaster Options

Record rains in Valley County prompted several local crop insurance agencies to host a seminar for the purpose of discussing relief options available to their insured farmers. Jenifer Hanson of the Rain And Hail Crop Insurance Agency gave the present...

 
 News    September 10, 2014 

Governor Declares State Disaster

FOR THE COURIER Gov. Steve Bullock declared a disaster for areas in central and eastern Montana after severe storms and heavy rains hit the area from August 21 through August 24. This will allow Bullock to mobilize state resources and the Montana Nat...

 
 News    September 10, 2014 

Bullock Signs Sage Grouse Conservation Program Into Reality

FOR THE COURIER Gov. Steve Bullock was joined by representatives from natural resource industries, ranchers, wind power advocates, sportsmen, and conservationists, as he signed an executive order Tuesday establishing the Sage Grouse Habitat...

 
 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    September 10, 2014 

I Got Gas, You Got Gas

I've done something I rarely do. I actually did some research on what I'm about to expound your way via this broadcast. Seems it takes about 16 million barrels of crude oil to run this country every day. That's for gasoline, diesel fuel, aviation... Full story

 
 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    September 10, 2014 

On The Road Again

Traveling is something I really enjoy. Several weeks ago, I accepted an invitation to accompany a friend to Iowa. A real plus was knowing I'd have the opportunity to visit with my brother as well as nieces and nephews and cousins. Getting to just...

 
 By Gale Jellum    Opinion    September 10, 2014 

Walks To End Alzheimer's

Dear Editor: Throughout the fall season, the Montana Alzheimer's Association is sponsoring Walks to End Alzheimer's in various locations. The purpose of these walks is to raise awareness and funds for advancements in research, support and care for...

 
 Obituaries    September 10, 2014 

David Bell

David Bell, 79, of Sheridan, Wyo., died Friday, Sept. 5, 2014, in Billings, Mont. He was born May 31, 1935, in Malta, Mont., to Hazel Harden and Tennial Miles Bell. He attended first and second grade...

 
 Obituaries    September 10, 2014 

Lois Fern Lawrence

Lois Fern (Jennings) Lawrence, 88, passed from her earthly home to her heavenly home, surrounded by family on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014. She was residing in the Munday Nursing Home in Munday, Texas. A...

 
 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    September 10, 2014 

Scotties Make Devils See Red

It looks like the Scotties have a habit of experiencing a shaky start, then knowing how to get back on track. That was the pattern after Glasgow's second game of the season. The Scotties fought hard... Full story

 
 Sports    September 10, 2014 

Fast Farms Wins FMDH Foundation Golf Tourney

For The Courier Despite the mass amounts of rain that delayed the 16th annual FMDH Foundation Open Golf Tournament, the weather cooperated on Sunday, Sept. 7 – and it was game on. The 24 teams came...

 
 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    September 10, 2014 

Under The Dam Triathlon Goes Over Well; 35 Participate

It was a calm and beautiful sunny morning in Fort Peck. Yet, many adults and youth arrived with doubt. When it was over, they left as confident and inspired triathletes. The first annual Under The...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    September 10, 2014 

Scottie Time Travelers Speed Up

The Glasgow Scotties XC runners are cutting their times with passion. Coach K loves it. “We've just had a really good practice,” coach Rod Karst told The Courier on Tuesday. “They're practicing with as much intensity as I've had with a...

 
 Sports    September 10, 2014 

High School Rodeo Sept. 20

Youth from across Montana will come to Glasgow to compete in high school rodeo events at the Valley County fairgrounds at 9 a.m. Sept. 20 and 21. This rodeo will have a YRA and a junior high rodeo that run with it, and this year the high school... Full story

 
 Classifieds & Real Estate    September 10, 2014 

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 News    September 10, 2014 

Glasgow High School Band, 1936

The Glasgow High School band in 1936 was directed by an H.J. Schiesser. At this time, the school was overflowing with students who came from all over the nation as their families found work at the... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 3, 2014

Flood Recovery Begins

While the rains have stopped, the water is still flowing. The record-breaking rainfall isn't quite done causing damage as the waters as of Tuesday hadn't receded under flood levels. But the Milk... Full story

 
 News    September 3, 2014

Drivers Beware Of Dangers On Secondary Roads

Bureau of Land Management offices along the Hi-Line are warning drivers to be cautious when traveling secondary roads en route to or on BLM-managed lands, due to damage caused by a recent multi-day rain event. Preliminary assessments by BLM...

 
 News    September 3, 2014

Pipe Band Becomes Pipe Dream

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture will not be hosting the Saskatoon Police Pipes & Drums during the 2014 Glasgow Scottie Homecoming Festival weekend, the chamber announced.. “The band cancelled on...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 3, 2014

City Council Pondering Just how To Cut Budget

The Glasgow City Council met for a special budget meeting in the last week to help wrap up their work sessions to finalize plans for the upcoming fiscal year. They looked at slashing the budget in several different departments. While some extras...

 
 News    September 3, 2014

Dig It! Theatre Project Digging Begins

Aug. 31 was not only the the final performance of the 45th summer season at Fort Peck Theatre, but also the groundbreaking for a new costume and rehearsal building. Board members were joined by the...

 
 News    September 3, 2014

Now That Month Was Wet

The month of August was much wetter than normal. In fact it was the wettest August on record, and the fifth wettest month of all time. This was mainly due to a very slow moving storm system that brought record rainfall to the region from the 21st...

 
 By Sue Dewey    Opinion    September 3, 2014

A Letter From England

Dear Editor: My name is Sue Dewey and I am an English person, living in England. I am writing to The Glasgow Courier in the hope that some of your readers might consider helping me with my interest in your history. For many years I have enjoyed... Full story

 

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