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Articles from the November 5, 2014 edition

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Voters Keep Sheriff Meier

As local voters headed to the polls this year there were some pretty important campaign races to decide on, as well as a few issues, such as continuing to allow late voter registration. Late voters... Full story

 

Deputy Campaign Complaints Addressed

Two campaign complaints – one by Joe Horn, the other from Donna Dascher – that were filed at the commissioner of political practices office against the Valley County Sheriff's Deputies have come to a close. Findings revealed that the deputies...

 

Rape Trial Ends With Guilty Verdict

While community members made their way to the Valley County Courthouse this past week, some may have grumbled about having to serve jury duty. But 12 jury members were picked, along with an alternate, to serve on a rape trial. The trial ended in... Full story

 

County Worker Found Dead After 42 Days

Hunters found a terrible surprise on Thursday, Oct. 30. While they were out hunting on a relative's property they thought they had discovered an abandoned vehicle but on closer inspection they found that a body was inside. They made the call to dispa...

 

Events Announced For Veterans Day

A Veterans Day ceremony will take place at the Glasgow Civic Center on Tuesday, Nov. 11, starting at 10:30 a.m. This year Vietnam veterans will be honored, as it is the 50th year since the end of the Vietnam War. WWII veterans recently honored with... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    News    November 5, 2014

Wanted: Your Recipes

What's cooking, Courier readers? You're invited to again submit your recipes to be featured in The Courier's annual holiday cooking special section on Wednesday, Nov. 19. Courier readers from near and far last year submitted nearly 100 recipes for... Full story

 

My Opponent is Fat, Ugly & Smelly

In a nation filled with acronyms, I have just coined a new one familiar to all of us. It is EYT. We all suffer from it every two to four years and it leaves most of us with headaches, self-doubt, voters angst and a myriad other side effects,... Full story

 

Fearbola Hits Home

It's the hot topic on every social media outlet, on the television, on radio and all over the nation's news business. Rising panic on Ebola in the United States. I learned in the last few weeks that this panic is so great, that you could lose...

 

Voting Not What It Used To Be

Election time brings to mind my early years of voting. I do not remember how, when, or where I registered to vote, but I do remember that we had a very community-minded lady in our area who was always on top of getting the young people, or those new...

 

Students Scare For A Cause

Superheroes, vampires, witches and more showed up at Glasgow High School to visit the Haunted Hallways sponsored by the GHS Key Club, Student Council and the Junior Honor Society. These clubs have... Full story

 

Ashley (Brown) Banter

On Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, Ashley (Brown) Banter's journey in life continued as she was received into the arms of her Lord after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 26 years old. Throughout...

 

Brent W. Magill

Brent W. Magill departed his earthly dwelling for his final adventure on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, with his loving companion, Pat Hallett, at his side. He was the eldest child of four born to Walter...

 

Ruth E. Olsen

Ruth E. Olsen, 92, passed away on Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, at Valley View Nursing Home. Funeral services are at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 7, at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow, with interment in...

 

Darrell Keith Todd

Darrell Keith Todd, Wapaha Sa, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, at the Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point after a long battle with cancer. A vigil service will be recited Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 7 p...

 

Before the Regs

As hunting season is in full swing, clearly some regulations have changed since 1906. This photo is from the Jack Teal Hachmeister hunting crew that bagged over a dozen deer.... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 5, 2014

Divisionals Achieved

When the volleyball Scotties qualified for the Class B Northern Divisional Tournament, it was a goal achieved for the young squad. But once they get there, tourney host and favorite Choteau awaits in... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 5, 2014

Here They Go Again

Glasgow-Conrad, the sequel, brings more, more, more to you than did the first MaxPreps Top 10 clash two weeks ago between the Scotties and Cowboys. More is at stake. The winner in Saturday's 1 p.m....

 

Phillips Hot To Trot At Turkey Fun Run

Tim Phillips, head coach of the GHS track team and Glasgow's junior high cross country team, was a good role model Saturday for his student-athletes. He won the 23rd annual Turkey Trot, a 1.5-mile...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 5, 2014

Porkies Representing County At Divisionals

The Lady Porcupines of Nashua, Valley County's sole survivor in Class C volleyball, take a short drive on the team bus to Glasgow tomorrow for their opener in the Eastern C Divisional Tournament against 1C runner-up Richey-Lambert Fusion squad. The P...

 

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