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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 23, 2014 

Easter Blazes Send A Message: Fire Season Here Early

A fire call came in around 5:10 p.m. on Easter Sunday. What started as a truck with a tire blowout, ended up with 455 acres of burnt grass. An old farm house, shop and out building were also lost in t... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 23, 2014 

Fairy Magic Comes To Glasgow

The magic of childhood is a little short lived at times. Luckily good deeds can sometimes make the magic last a little bit longer. One lucky girl got a note that will make her believe in fairies for...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 23, 2014 

Just A Pipe Dream Now?

While the news has been heard nationwide, Glasgow heard some of it from Bud Anderson, an independent contractor with TransCanada who works for Western Energy Planning and has been working on the Keystone XL Pipeline project. Glasgow and Valley...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 23, 2014 

Fire Hall Roof Project Goes Back Out To Bid

While the wet season isn’t quite over yet, another winter has passed and the roof on the Glasgow South Side Fire Hall is still suffering damage with more moisture. The battle to put a roof on the fire hall has been ongoing as several different...

 By Ron Stoneberg    Opinion    April 23, 2014 

Judge Misjudged on Bison

I was disappointed to hear that Judge McKeon had denied the plaintiff’s contention that quarantined Yellowstone Park bison transferred to the Indian Reservations should not be classified as “wild.” I obtained a copy of his decision in an... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    Opinion    April 23, 2014 

People Do Amazing Things

Sometimes in the news business we got so caught up in seeking out the bad news. Look at any of your major news stations and it’s full of tragedy, boats sinking, buses catching fire and maybe your occasional sex or drug crime. I believe that...

 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    April 23, 2014 

Cars Are Disposable; Memories Of Family Cars Are Not

While visiting with my daughter, the conversation turned to cars she and I remembered over the years when she, her sister and brothers were growing up. We laughed as I said I recalled a nephew telling me that my husband and I bought disposable cars....

 By Champ Edmunds    Opinion    April 23, 2014 

Champ Edmunds Says Hello

U.S. Senate candidate Champ Edmunds recently visited The Courier office and dropped off this column. I am Champ Edmunds and I am the conservative choice for the U.S. Senate. There is a battle going on for our country’s future and it’s not between...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    April 23, 2014 

A Bonnet With All The Frills Upon It

The celebration of Easter is behind us. Easter has its own significance for most of it and we recognize it as a religious holiday. Do you remember when Easter was the time to begin your spring wardrobe? For a lot of the female gender, it meant...

 Obituaries    April 23, 2014 

John S. 'Jack' Hill

John S. "Jack" Hill, 81 years and 7 months, died peacefully at his home in Aurora, Colo., surrounded by his family on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. He was a native of Nashua and graduated from Montana...

 Obituaries    April 23, 2014 

Darlene Rose Johnson

Darlene Rose Johnson, 69, of Wolf Point passed away on Friday, April 18, 2014, at her home in Wolf Point, Mont. She was born April 24, 1944, in Oswego, Mont., the daughter of Frederick William Archdale and Violetta Mary Rose Brown Archdale. She...

 News    April 23, 2014 

Cornwells: Good Landowners

Gov. Steve Bullock, center, presents one of the 2014 Montana Neighbor Awards to Lee and Madylon Cornwell of Glasgow during an April 16 ceremony at the state capitol in Helena. The awards go annually... Full story

 News    April 23, 2014 

Avondale Thrived Before 1935

This is an Avondale celebration community picnic on the Porcupine. Homesteaders came to the small community in 1910. The town of Avondale was established in 1915. It had a general store, post office,... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 23, 2014 

Scottie Softball On A Roll

The Glasgow softball team continues to mow through their opponents as they are now 5-0 on the season. Scotties head coach Mark Falcon acknowledged the good start his team is on, but said they’re far from where he wants them to be. “We started... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 23, 2014 

Flying Through The Air

The Glasgow Scotties track and field team held an impromptu meet at Glasgow on Monday after their previously scheduled meet at Cut Bank was canceled due to snow. The Scotties are picking up steam as...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Sports    April 23, 2014 

Hinsdale's Lacock, Pascal Owning The Track

Hinsdale’s Lacock and Pascual Still Going Strong Pablo Pascual of Hinsdale and Spain keeps pushing toward a slot at the state track and field meet which will be held in Great Falls May 30 and 31. That’s the closest state tournament or meet...

 Sports    April 23, 2014 

Havre Gets NA3HL Team

The Glacier Nationals of the North American 3 Hockey League officially announced their intention to move to Havre, Montana on Monday. Club General Manager Butch Kowalka made the announcement of the three year contract signed April 2 with the Havre Yo...

 Sports    April 23, 2014 

Paddlefish Season To Begin May 1

This year’s Montana paddlefish seasons will again kick off on May 1 with the opening of the Missouri River section from Fort Benton downstream to Fort Peck Dam. But the public needs to be aware that camping and other access will be limited at the...

 Classifieds & Real Estate    April 23, 2014 


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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 16, 2014

Coming Up Roses

Flowers almost always bring a smile. We share flowers at times of celebration, times of sympathy and sometime just to show we care. Now the business that has been in Glasgow since 2005, providing... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 16, 2014

Waste Not? Or Want Not?

It's a big number, maybe a tough one to swallow. The number is an estimated $7,566,100. That is what Morrison-Mairle Inc. proposed for all the improvements at the water treatment plant (WTP) in...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 16, 2014

Big Issue: Should NorthWestern Energy Buy Dams?

Last week the audience was very small at a public service commission meeting held in Glasgow. Representatives from NorthWestern Energy, the Public Service Commission (PSC) and legal counsel showed up to talk with the audience about some current...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 16, 2014

Glasgow's Physicist: Cami Starr Collins

Some of the credit could go to the hard work and dedication of one Glasgowite. Those who remember her years in the local schools seem to remember a student who was extremely gifted and talented, and p...

 By Sandy Laumeyer    News    April 16, 2014

Nashua Post Office Survives, But Hours Cut

Under the Post Plan, the U.S. Post Office has closed a number of community post offices and reduced hours for smaller towns. The plan was developed as an alternative to closing the smaller post offices. On Thursday, April 4, Rhonda Mailey, who...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    April 16, 2014

Bridge To Somewhere

The bridge spanning Beaver Creek on the Milk River Road west of Hinsdale was built in 1915 and has been re-planked a few times over the years, but not much else has been done to it in the past 99... Full story


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