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 News    May 18, 2016 

Hinsdale's Delaney Beil Honored by Daines

U.S. Senator Steve Daines recognized Delaney Beil, a fifth-generation Montana rancher and Hinsdale High School senior. Delaney is a nationally certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and will...

 
 By Thom Schultz    News    May 18, 2016 

New Baseball Complex on the Horizon

Take me out to the ball game! As you may or may not know, the Glasgow Reds’ American Legion Baseball program was donated 26 acres of land just west of the old BLM building (now Big Sky Auto Accessories) on Hwy. 2 for a new Legion field. The...

 
 News    May 18, 2016 

VFW Hosting Memorial Day Program

VFW Post 3107 will host the Memorial Day program at the Civic Center May 30, at 10:30 a.m. Glasgow Scottie Band will perform as well as the EQ Singers. Guest speaker will be Jim Buer, a farmer/rancher from Scobey. He was assigned to the 3rd U.S....

 
 News    May 18, 2016 

Swing Choir Set to Rock Ridgerunners

A young, charismatic choir director capable of arranging charts on the fly is a rare thing in any community. Way out here in the Last Best Place, it's a special blessing indeed. Stopping into the...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    May 18, 2016 

GPD Reminder To Pet Owners

Glasgow Police Department has had recent complaints of dogs chasing runners, walkers or other pedestrians. The department would like the community to contact them with the address and description of the dog if there is a problem. GPD would also like...

 
 By Kristine Bowman    Opinion    May 18, 2016 

Confidence in Love

Two days before the conference, a friend asked, “Do you have any expectations?” With certainty, I immediately responded, “No! I’m just looking forward to a day where I’m removed from my responsibilities. I won’t have to worry about kids;...

 
 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    May 18, 2016 

A Little of This and That

Several days ago, as I was planting some sweet peppers, I thought about how good it felt to have my hands in the dirt. I thought how comforting it was to physically connect with the earth. While I was planting the peppers, I was also thinking about...

 
 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    May 18, 2016 

Satellite Cable Dish or Antenna

My first draft of this week’s column went off into cyber space never to return. While reaching for my coffee, I accidentally hit ctrl and something else and off it went, hurtling at 1.6 million miles per hour through the universe. I tried hitting...

 
 Opinion    May 18, 2016 

Discussing Dandelions

I was thrilled to read the Doctors’ cure for yellow jaundice in the late 1920s was dandelions. I am mortified when I see deadly chemicals being poured onto these delicious leaves. I know they can be a nuisance. Where I grew up in Pennsylvania...

 
 By Michael Burns    Opinion    May 18, 2016 

A Few Hard Truths

A conservative is a fellow standing athwart history yelling, ’Stop!’ At least that is how patron saint of the modern conservative movement, William F. Buckley defined it. As I travel across our great district talking to voters, I often try to...

 
 By Casey Knudsen    Opinion    May 18, 2016 

Knudsen Replies to 'Tasteless Mailer'

When I began my campaign for the Montana House of Representatives District 33, I planned on running a clean campaign, because if I have learned one thing growing up on the Hi-Line, it is that a man’s handshake is his word.  My opponent and I...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    May 18, 2016 

Small Town Summers

School will soon be out and kids will soon need to be entertained. Remember when we spent the summers playing hopscotch, kick the can, some version or the other of baseball, Anti-I-Over, or tag? What about Hide and Seek. Do the young ones still do...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    May 18, 2016 

Glasgow Boys Four-peat at Districts

GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER For the fourth year in a row, the Glasgow boys' track team has claimed first place at the district 2B meet. The top tier of the awards podium was decorated with red and...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    May 18, 2016 

Nashua Girls Snag Second Place at District Meet

The Nashua lady tracksters earned an impressive second-place trophy for their efforts at the District 3-C Track Meet held May 14. Impressive because they only had six girls competing for points....

 
 Calendar    May 18, 2016 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAY – MAY 18 1-4 p.m. - Service officers for the MT Veterans Affairs will meet with veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. Bring a copy of your discharge paperwork (DD214) with you. Service officers will also be in Malta on...

 
 Obituaries    May 18, 2016 

Arnold 'Arnie' E. Stumvoll

Arnold "Arnie" E. Stumvoll, 83, passed away on Saturday, May 14, 2016, with his loving wife and family by his side. A visitation will be held on Thursday, May 19, at 6 p.m. at St. Raphael's Parish....

 
 Obituaries    May 18, 2016 

Eva Marie Stohl

Eva Marie (DeMessemaker) Stohl, 92, passed away Thursday, May 12, 2016, at Valley View Home with loved ones at her side. A visitation will be held Thursday, May 19, when family will receive friends...

 
 Obituaries    May 18, 2016 

Irma Jean Rhoads

On Saturday, May 14, 2016, Irma Jean (Bell) Rhoads, 71, passed away at her home in Billings, Mont. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 19, at St. Bernard Catholic Church in...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    May 11, 2016

Pacific Steel to Close its Doors

After over a half a century of serving Glasgow and the surrounding area, the Glasgow branch of Pacific Steel and Recycling will be closing down. The location will continue to accept scrap metal up to...

 
 By Diane Dirkson    News    May 11, 2016

Lynn Cornwell Memorial Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for the Lynn Cornwell Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the four Valley County Grazing Districts. It is open to any Valley County High School graduate that is a college junior, senior or above. Applicants must be...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    May 11, 2016

Update From Glasgow Police Department

After the recent influx of rain and warmer weather, Glasgow Police Department would like to remind everyone to make sure their yards and lots are well kept. City code for “nuisance weeds” calls for any weeds, grass or other vegetation be under...

 
 By James Walling    News    May 11, 2016

Assessing the Valley County Jail

Sheriff Glen Meier spoke with area media on May 10 about the first five years of Valley County's new detention center. According to Meier, the undertaking has been a successful one. In the fiscal year leading up the the jail's completion (2010-11),...

 
 By James Walling    News    May 11, 2016

Wheatgrass AOM: Andy Fahlgren

Wheatgrass Artist of the Month Andy Fahlgren has made an unscheduled visit to Glasgow from Portland, Ore., this week, bringing with him several new oil paintings for display. Fahlgren is a Valley...

 

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