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Homecoming Festivities Highlight School Board Meeting

The Glasgow school board met for their regular meeting Sept. 21, with all trustees attending. During the public comment period, after a brief introduction from GMS Principal Mike Zoanni, Bryon Gustafson spoke to the trustees. Gustafson identified... Full story


Countywide Literacy Project Takes Shape in Frazer

In a coordinated effort with the Valley County Friends of the Library, Courier editor James Walling and contributor Ginevra Kirkland selected Frazer to launch a new literacy project this past week. Bo... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    September 28, 2016 

Protecting the Pines

In an ongoing effort to curb fire hazards at the Pines Recreational Area members of the Pines Community Project, along with Long Run Fire Department Chief Bob Hanson, hosted a meeting on Sept. 27.... Full story


Valley View Home Discusses Recent Planning Session

In a press release provided to the Courier, Valley View Home’s Karly Kruckenberg, administrator, outlined discussions from a retreat/strategic planning meeting held Sept. 17. The attendees included VVH board members and “key management staff” a... Full story

 By Mary Honrud    Opinion    September 28, 2016 

Counting Kaepernick

The furor over Colin Kaepernick’s “lack of respect” has not died down. Other famous people are blasting his actions. Mike Ditka has now declared that he believes if “they don’t like this country” they should “get the hell out.” He...


The Debate: Round One

Yikes, folks I haven’t heard so many unanswered questions, so much evasiveness and so many half truths and outright lies since my last face-to-face with my managing editor. The first lie was uttered by Hillary when she told Donald something like...


Still Undecided

In watching the debate on Monday night I was dismayed by the spectacle. “Is there really a choice?” I asked myself cynically. I felt as though I was watching a deranged and unabashed clown try to entertain the stiff, stuck up, and literal kid in...


What a Thrill

I was remembering the other day just what a thrill it was to get to spend time with some friends of my folks. These people lived some distance from town and didn’t have all of the conveniences my family did. Since living without these conveniences...


To Voters

Since one of the three candidates for commissioner will be sitting in my chair, I am very interested in what they are saying to our voters. That said, I have some facts for Mr. Horn and others with those ideas. Mr. Horn is correct; Valley County has...



We are very fortunate to have FMDH in a community our size here in NE Montana. We have excellent caring employees who take pride in doing things right and for the right reasons, which is why we have such a great hospital. They go out of their way,...


Dorothy Jane Stensland

Dorothy Jane (Baynham) Stensland, 91, began her new journey on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 1 p.m., at the Central Christian Church,...


Robert Gamrath

Robert Gamrath passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, at 93 years of age. Born in Opheim, Mont., he grew up on the family ranch. He attended Opheim High School. At age 22, he met Mary...


Gloria Lund

Gloria (Ingalls) Lund was born on Dec. 10, 1928, in Bagley, Minn., to Warren and Mabel Ingalls, the youngest of three children. She passed away at age 87 on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, at Aspen Meadows...


Ann Carman

Ann Carman,92, from Helena, Mont., passed away peacefully on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. She is survived by four children, Patt White and his wife, Marlyn, of Battle Ground, Wash.; Dr. Tim Carman of Kalispell; Joan Meyer and her husband, Bruce, of...


Powerhouse Scotties Sweep Glasgow XC Invite

Several teams braved less than ideal conditions to compete at the GHS cross country invitational held in Fort Peck Sept. 24. The Scottie boys and girls swept the meet, with Emily Kolstad leading the... Full story

 By Lori Dailey    Sports    September 28, 2016 

Lady Scotties Earn Consolation in Dickinson

The past week was busy for the GHS volleyball team as they traveled to Sidney Sept. 20 to take on the class A Eagles. In a very competitive four-set match, Glasgow came out on fire, stunning the... Full story


North Country Falls to Scobey

The North Country Lady Mavericks were defeated by the Scobey Lady Spartans (25-16, 25-21, 25-20) in three home games held Sept. 24. Statistically, the teams were comparable for the evening, except in... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – SEPT. 29 CANCELLATION: Due to construction, STORYTIME will be cancelled at the Glasgow City-County Library. 6:30 p.m. - Join CASA for a free screening for “Paper Tigers” at the Valley County Courthouse Community Room. SATURDAY –... Full story


HLRC Adds, Replaces Board Members in Malta

Following a nearly two and half-hour meeting with over 20 members of the public, The Hi-Line Retirement Board of Directors replaced three current members of the board and voted in a new member to fill a vacant spot during a private, executive... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    September 21, 2016

Table for Six Expands Palettes, Dining Options

Chef Dyan Carlson has been wowing clients and patrons at Table for Six for the past three years. Carlson offers appealing meals from a wide variety of culinary styles and traditions, complete with an... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    September 21, 2016

Law Enforcement Brief

The Glasgow Police Department is working together with the Billings Police Department in the ongoing burglary/theft investigation involving Adam Kelly. Kelly is currently being held in Musselshell County and GPD likely will be filing charges within... Full story


Grainery's Stockpiles of Wheat a Show of Low Prices

If you have driven passed the EGT Grainery near Frazer recently, you may have noticed the large piles of grain being stored in an open field near the bins. According to Tracy Sibley of EGT the piles are the result of a low demand for wheat oversees... Full story


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