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 By Parker Kulczyk    News    April 27, 2016 

Ghost-Out: An Eye Opener

Most young people think they are invincible, they can't be scathed, their actions won't hurt anyone. The "ghost-out" held at the Glasgow High School, April 20 was meant to change these perceptions of...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    April 27, 2016 

Nashua School Board Facing Challenges

Nashua's school board met in regular session April 19, in the library of the school and just over two dozen people were in attendance. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call and approval of some routine items, Chairperson Dale Pugh opened the...

 
 By Samantha Erpenbach    News    April 27, 2016 

Eastern Mt. Drug Prosecution Coordinator Receives MBCC Award

On April 8, the Montana Board of Crime Control (MBCC) presented its 2016 Program Highlight to the Eastern Montana drug prosecution coordinator, a program previously located in Glasgow. The Program...

 
 By Karen Breigenzer    News    April 27, 2016 

A Soroptomist Shower

KAREN BREIGENZER FOR THE COURIER Glasgow Soroptimist members gathered for the annual baby shower recently. Each April, Soroptimist members donate baby supplies that are given to the Women's Resource...

 
 By Tess Fahlgren    News    April 27, 2016 

Veterans Memorial and Wheatgrass Arts Benefit

Wheatgrass Arts will hold the Art Square Silent Auction on Friday, May 6 from 6-8 p.m. Donations will benefit both the Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial in Fort Peck and Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery. More than twenty “Art Squares,” will be up...

 
 By Mary Honrud    Opinion    April 27, 2016 

A Rebuttal

I have gone back and retread my last sewing notions column. I fail to see where I was promulgating the “Absolute Relativism” that Mr. DePuydt seems to have read into it. (He also mentions “Natural Law” being thrown out. Apparently I have grea...

 
 By Just a Thought    Opinion    April 27, 2016 

A Little of This and That

I’ve been bitten. Bitten by the spring cleaning, gardening, yard cleaning, flower planting and painting bug. Several weeks ago, I purchased a small picnic table that has three benches. The benches are gray -- but not for long. As soon as I can,...

 
 By Doris Franzen    Opinion    April 27, 2016 

Four Decades at the Pioneer Museum

I must have pulled a Rip Van Winkle! It is hard to realize that it has been almost 40 years since I became involved with the Pioneer Museum. It has been a wonderful experience. About 1977 or so, Irma McInerney and Gladys Silk approached me about...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    April 27, 2016 

Parking Meters and Police

Do you remember when the “Cops” walked their beat? That is a phrase from the past, as I am not sure just what the word “beat” meant, but I assume it would be a designated area they patrolled each day or night. That was back when the young...

 
 By C.K. Allen    Opinion    April 27, 2016 

Why Trump is Failing

The Republican field with 17 candidates pursuing the GOP nomination was referred to as a great bench. Some we knew, many we did not. I listened to Trump’s announcement of his candidacy and he immediately got my attention after seven plus years in...

 
 By Stone Tihista    Opinion    April 27, 2016 

DPHHS Advice to Prevent Tick Bites

As Montanans look to enjoy the great outdoors this spring and summer, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) and local public health officials urge everyone to follow a few simple steps to prevent tick bites and their illnesse...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    April 27, 2016 

Scottie Softball Girls Annihilate Shelby and Conrad

Scottie softball traveled to Havre for a Thursday evening game against the Blue Ponies. The Scotties came out swinging and captured the lead early with runs in the first and second innings. The teams...

 
 Sports    April 27, 2016 

New Coaches to Join Scottie Football

Head Scottie football coach Greg Liebelt’s staff will have a noticeably different look for the 2016 season than in recent years with the replacement of three staff members from the 2015 season. New coaches Greg Franklin, Josh McCrossin and Ryan...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    April 27, 2016 

Scottie Track in Sidney: Boys Second, Girls Third

With four meets in the books, the Scottie track and field team continues to perform well and qualify athletes for the state competition. The Scottie boys placed second overall – probably the best...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    April 27, 2016 

Glasgow Golfers Drive Away With Hardware

The Scottie golfers hosted 11 teams at Sunnyside Golf Course for the Glasgow Invitational on April 22. With Oden Hallock leading the way, the Scottie boys claimed first place over the competition with a total score of 387. Hallock placed third overal...

 
 Calendar    April 27, 2016 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – APRIL 28 6 p.m. - The OHS Jr/Sr Banquet at the Opheim Community Church. 6 p.m. - The Fifth Annual Cuisine For the Cure at the Cottonwood Inn. Enjoy an evening of foods from around the world and help to raise money for the Northeast Monta... Full story

 
 Obituaries    April 27, 2016 

Patricia Ann Baker

Patricia Ann (McNulty) Baker, 66, went to walk the streets of heaven and sing with the angels on Thursday, April 21, 2016. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and friends. A celebration of... Full story

 
 Obituaries    April 27, 2016 

Lloyd G. "Bud" Shuman

Lloyd G. "Bud" Shuman, 79, passed away, surrounded by loved ones, at his home late on Monday, April 18, 2016. He was born on Sept. 25, 1936, to Evron and Maxine Shuman in Poplar, Mont. He was raised... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    April 20, 2016

Grobel Scholarship Marks 18 Years

Cheryl, Lois and Stephen Grobel hosted a Scholarship Dinner April 16 at the Cottonwood Inn & Suites. Approximately 60 people were in attendance, including current and former scholarship...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    April 20, 2016

Strand Appears in District Court

Mary Strand appeared in District Court before Judge John McKeon to enter guilty pleas for five separate felony counts, including four counts of theft of property by embezzlement and one count of money laundering. Strand was charged for the offenses...

 
 By Rick Seiler    News    April 20, 2016

Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan

Like most states and local jurisdictions, Daniels, Roosevelt, Sheridan and Valley counties and the state of Montana are not immune to hazards that may affect their communities. Each year brings new concerns and an increasing probability of a natural...

 
 News    April 20, 2016

Northside Traffic PSA

The Glasgow Police Department has had recent complaints of drivers going too fast on 7th St. N. Residents in the area may have seen increased patrols lately. A speeding problem was discovered, so the increased patrols will continue. In addition, GPD...

 
 By Anita Freeman    News    April 20, 2016

Delta Kappa Gamma Writing Contest Winners Awarded

The Alpha Zeta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma recently sponsored their 25th annual writing contest. This year’s theme was “Celebrating Friendship.” The contest is open to all students K-12 in public and private schools in Phillips County and...

 

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