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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 19, 2014 

Glasgow's Christmas Tree Returns

It's been roughly over two decades since Glasgow lost its Christmas tree located downtown. The tree used to sit in the middle of the street on 2nd Ave. S and 4th St. S. A manhole was uncovered and a... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 19, 2014 

Meier: Drug Bust Impact Could Be Significant

The Tri-Agency Drug Force and the Valley County Sheriff's Office reported that they made a bust after an intense investigation came to a close on Monday, Nov. 10. After a search warrant was conducted at 587 BIA Route 1, the task force located Shon Wi...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 19, 2014 

Keystone XL Hits and Misses In A Week

The highly charged debate surrounding the Keystone XL Pipeline, which could heavily impact Valley County, found approval and rejection in a week's time. Last week on Friday, Nov. 14, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill of approval for...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 19, 2014 

Festival Of Trees: A Decade Of Tradition

It's been a local tradition that has continued to grow. The thought that started it all was, why couldn't we do this in Glasgow? The Festival of Trees for Relay For Life will bring locals in and kick off the holiday season this weekend. Creative tree...

 
 News    November 19, 2014 

Courier A Day Early For Thanksgiving

The Glasgow Courier will be published a day early next week in observance of Thanksgiving. Your hometown paper will roll off the press on Tuesday, rather than the usual Wednesday, so everyone in the area can get it before the Thursday holiday--at... Full story

 
 Sports    November 19, 2014 

The Great Indoors

A milestone event is nearing for the new wildlife exhibit at the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana, a downtown Glasgow destination attraction in the making for young and not-so-young outdoors... Full story

 
 Sports    November 19, 2014 

Outdoors News

Comment Period Ends Dec. 11 On Bison Habitat Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) and Montana Department of Livestock invite the public to comment on an addendum to their 2013 draft environmental assessment, Year-round Habitat for Yellowstone...

 
 Sports    November 19, 2014 

Double Play

BILLINGS – The latest commitments to the Montana State University Billings baseball team are both from Glasgow, as Keil Krumwiede and Jason Thibault signed letters of intent announced Yellowjacket h...

 
 By Carin Barnett    Sports    November 19, 2014 

Ice Dawg Squirts Come Up Huge In Havre

The Ice Dawg Squirts traveled to Havre for a pair of games this weekend. Leading up to the games there was both excitement and nervousness for the five returning and eight new Squirts. The first...

 
 News    November 19, 2014 

Mr. Speaker From NE Mont.

Eastern Montana might see a little more representation in the state House. Rep. Austin Knudsen, R, District 34, was selected as speaker of the Montana House on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Knudsen covers a portion of Valley County in his district and just... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 19, 2014 

It's That Time Of Year To Hit The Obamacare Market

With Obamacare in full effect some of the kinks have been worked out in the last year on the federal Marketplace site for insurance. When January rolls around consumers will start to see how taxes will be effected by the new healthcare bill that...

 
 By Monty Billing    Opinion    November 19, 2014 

Why Did The Bison Cross The Road?

This was written based off comments that have been expressed at meetings across the state. Fish, Wildlife, and Parks put wild and free roaming bison on a refuge, but there was nothing to keep them there. The refuge was rugged and had undesirable... Full story

 
 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    November 19, 2014 

So Much To Do

This seems to be another week for a this and that column. For the past several months we've been attending Nashua volleyball games and the JAM basketball games as our granddaughter plays volleyball and we have two grandsons playing basketball. The...

 
 By Donna Dascher    Opinion    November 19, 2014 

Article On Deputy Campaign Complaints Misleading

Dear Editor: The article on the deputy campaign complaints on Wednesday, Nov. 5 was misleading. De minimis – adj. (dee-minnie-miss) Latin for “of minimum importance.” It is not “application de minimis, it is “de minimis.” The meaning is...

 
 By Steve Bullock--Montana Governor    Opinion    November 19, 2014 

Gov. Bullock Outlines His Proposed Montana Budget

This was released by Gov. Bullock's office. Governor Steve Bullock released his budget proposal for the 2017 biennium. The proposal aims to build on and maintain the state’s fiscal strength, while making common sense investments that will allow...

 
 By John Brenden--Montana State Senator    Opinion    November 19, 2014 

Brenden's District The Largest Bordering Canada

Hello, this is Sen. John Brenden sending a letter to the folks in my Sen. District #17. Since the last election, my senate district has increased to include Chinook and everything north in Blaine County and everything north of Highway 2 in Havre,...

 
 Obituaries    November 19, 2014 

Brett Robert Norman

Brett Robert Norman, 17, died from a vehicle accident east of Nashua, Mont., on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. He was born into our family on May 5, 1997, to Robert and Penny Norman, in Salem Ore. We were...

 
 Obituaries    November 19, 2014 

Olga Grant

Olga Grant, 96, dies from natural causes Nov. 9 at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. Family services will be held later in the summer of 2014. Interment will be in the Highland Cemetery in Glas...

 
 Classifieds & Real Estate    November 19, 2014 

Classifieds

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 News    November 19, 2014 

Printer At Work

The Courier had a visit from two homeschooling families on Oct. 29 who got to see our newspaper production process. Terry Trang, Courier's office manager (far right), guided the tour while the... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 12, 2014

Veterans Get More Than A Day

"I'm here to tell you the people of France have not forgotten, their children and grandchildren have not forgotten and France will never forget," Laurence Mackarena, Frech consul for the state of... Full story

 
 By Lih-An Yang    News    November 12, 2014

Vietnam Veterans The Focus Of Honor at Civic Center Ceremony

Glasgow recognized its local veterans in the annual Veterans Day ceremony held at the Civic Center on Tuesday, Nov. 11. In tribute to the upcoming 40th anniversary marking the end of the Vietnam War i... Full story

 
 News    November 12, 2014

Cap and Jim Holter

Father and son Cap and Jim Holter were recognized at the Veterans Day Ceremony in the Civic Center. Cap, 95, left, served in WWII, and Jim, 68, was stationed in Japan as a Marine during the Vietnam... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 12, 2014

Fort Peck Speaker O'Neill: "I Shot Bin Laden'

The Memorial Day celebration in Fort Peck this year brought hundreds together to hear various speakers at the podium. The keynote speaker at the event, Robert O'Neill, spoke about brotherhood,...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 12, 2014

First Winter Storm Breaks Snowfall Record

Winter advisory warnings and watches went out for Northeast Montana over the past weekend – and they proved to be correct. The National Weather Service in Glasgow forecast accumulations in Valley...

 

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