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 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 26, 2016 

State Commission Drafts Bill to Close Sentencing Loophole

In a press release issued last week, the State Commission on Sentencing said it was recommending that lawmakers close the psycho-sexual evaluation loophole in mandatory sentencing for rape cases involving children under 12 years of age. Currently,... Full story

 By James Walling    News    October 26, 2016 

Holocaust Survivor to Speak at GHS

Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor will be speaking in Glasgow at 7 p.m. on Nov. 1 at Glasgow High School. Eva has appeared to discuss history and her own story all over the world, including Germany, Israel and Poland. In 1944, Eva and her family were... Full story


Key Clubbers Trick-or-Treat for Local Food Bank

On Monday, Oct. 31, the GHS Key Club will be trick-or-treating for the local food back in Glasgow beginning at 5:30 p.m. The students will be asking for non-perishable food items or monetary donations. For more information, call Amber Llewellyn at... Full story

 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 26, 2016 

Helland Named to List of Judicial Appointees

Governor Steve Bullock is currently considering four candidates for appointment to serve as judge on Montana's 17th Judicial District. The position is currently being held by the embattled Judge John... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    October 26, 2016 

New Two Rivers Director Sets Sights on Downtown

Since taking over the directorship of Two Rivers Economic Growth in August, TeAra Bilbruck has been ratcheting down the organization's focus. Bilbruck got her start working to help improve the... Full story


Cape Air Announces Return to Non-Stop Service

Cape Air, Montana’s essential air service carrier, announces its return to a non-stop schedule on both Sidney and Havre routes effective Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. In April 2016, due to a pilot staffing shortage, Cape Air adjusted its non-stop... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    October 26, 2016 

Lang and Laslovich Speak with Voters

Mike Lang and candidate for State Auditor Jesse Laslovich visited with voters on Oct. 24 at Farm Equipment Sales in Glasgow. The candidates may represent different parties (Lang is a Republican and... Full story

 By Denise Juneau    Opinion    October 26, 2016 

Putting Montana First

I was in Billings recently when a young woman, Devin, told me a story that happens all too often. Devin’s daughter, Brooklyn, had cancer, and her husband routinely had to make the hard choice between working shifts at his job to put food on the... Full story

 By Andy Bixler    Opinion    October 26, 2016 

Looking into Marsy's Law

Few issues on this year’s ballot seem as innocent as Constitutional Initiative 116. The proposed amendment to the Montana Constitution would create a set of codified rights for crime victims. It also has the potential to be one of the biggest... Full story


Inspired by Teaching

My childhood is filled with wonderful memories of the teachers in Helena Public Schools who inspired me to think creatively and strive to learn more, and ultimately led me back to Montana and the Helena School District as an elementary teacher and... Full story

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    October 26, 2016 

Methods of Shopping

Recent news articles concerning internet scamming of sites that a lot of online shoppers use makes me remember earlier days and methods of shopping and banking. First, I am sure that our parents and grandparents could never have visualized that we... Full story


Greg's Top Ten

When I first came to Montana more than 40 years ago, I fell in love with the natural beauty and the people. I knew, back then, that I wanted to make a life in Montana. When my wife and I founded a technology company in our home in Bozeman nearly two... Full story


Bits and Pieces

A few days ago a commercial on television was of two young boys talking. One asked, “What is that?” The reply came, “I don’t know. Google it.” It made me stop and think. When I was young and I would ask my parents what something was, they... Full story


Letter to the Editor

Responding to... I think it is only fair to point out that many Christian leaders, ordained and laity, do not support a presidential candidate who displays misogyny, uneven temperament, lack of diplomacy, inexperience in governing, adultery,... Full story


Erma Fay Brown

Erma Fay (Hartley) Brown, 92, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, in Billings, Mont. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 28 at the First United Methodist Church in Glasgow... Full story


Scotties Are Conference Champs!

The Scotties put on quite a show in Malta Oct. 21. Facing the rival Malta Mustangs on their home turf can be daunting, but the Scotties left it all on the field in an exhilarating win for the title... Full story


Scottie XC Falls Short of Hardware at State Meet

The Scottie cross country runners crossed the Hi-Line to compete at the state meet in Kalispell on Oct. 22. Led by senior runners Morgan Guttenberg, Brinlie Nielsen and Kasey Seyfert, they fell short... Full story

 By Lori Dailey    Sports    October 26, 2016 

Lady Scotties Sweep Malta, Fall to Class A Sidney

Glasgow vs. Malta After a three game sweep over Malta, the Glasgow volleyball team remains undefeated in conference play, setting themselves up for a nice start to the District 2-B tournament. During... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – OCT. 27 5-6 p.m. The 2nd Annual Haunted Hayride at the Valley County Fairgrounds that is not so scary, and from 6-8 p.m., the haunted hayride for the not-weak-of-heart or -bladder. Cost is $1 per body (proceeds to benefit the Northeast... Full story


Strand Apologizes per Agreement

As a condition of a sentence handed down in district court earlier this year, Mary Strand has submitted a letter of apology to the Glasgow Courier. Strand was sentenced June 20, 2016 in Valley County District Court on five counts of felony theft.... Full story


FFA Agronomy and Livestock Judging Event a Success

Hinsdale FFA Agronomy and Livestock Judging team swept the Big Muddy FFA District Career Development Events (CDE) on Oct. 3 in Richey, Mont. Ten chapters with 110 FFA members competed. Hinsdale FFA... Full story


Mayor Speaks on City Issues

Mayor Becky Erickson and Director of Public Works Rob Kompel sat down with the Courier to discuss the city’s success in soliciting grants, raising money for the recent fire truck purchase, handling the declared state of emergency, the final stage... Full story


Special Advocates Needed in Glasgow, Valley County

Right now in Valley County, there are 35 victims of child neglect and abuse waiting for a court appointed special advocate (CASA) to be assigned to their ongoing case. This total does not include the cases which have already been assigned advocates.... Full story


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