Articles from the February 5, 2014 edition

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Health Dept. Future Discussed

By Bonnie Davidson For those in attendance it was a hot topic that was discussed with concern. With several changes in the healthcare industry, community members showed their concern with possible... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    News    February 5, 2014

Welcome To The Big T-Rex State

Motorists driving into Montana from Canada, 10 miles north of Opheim, will be greeted by a brand new highway sign in the spring. The old signs welcoming visitors to Montana, which feature a big blue...


Driver's License Argument Lands St. Marie Man In Jail

One man's argument over the basic right to travel landed him in jail for 14 days this past week. The Glasgow Courier previously reported about Terry Lee Brauner, or as he prefers to be known as Terry-...


Nashua To Give 4-Day School Week A Close Look

Whether the Nashua School have a four-day or a five-day school week was first addressed two years ago. But because of the superintendent at that time leaving and a new superintendent coming in, the board voted to table the issue. Last fall, the...


Keystone XL Pipeline May Face More Hurdles Yet

Questions between bigger business and a healthy environment are at much of the controversy of the Keystone XL Pipeline that would come through Valley County and travel all the way to Nebraska and eventually the Gulf of Mexico. This past week the... Full story


Coming Soon: Hands-On Career Fair

Did you ever know what you wanted to be when you grew up? It's a question that even as adults we tend to ponder. Had we known as teenagers what those jobs actually entailed would we have changed the p...


The Reaction

The Courier was flooded with news releases Tuesday after the Senate passed the so-elusive Farm Bill, 68-32, that President Obama was expected to sign into reality. Here's a sampling. Montana Grain Growers Association The Montana Grain Growers... Full story


Give Me A Home Where Drones Don't Roam

Spy Drones over Phillips and Valley Counties? You heard it right right here on this station folks – the good ol’ 1.5 watt blow torch of the prairie, KBULL, 0.006 on your radio dial. Peter Geddes, managing director of the American Prairie Reserve...


Boom! The Heat Is On

Ahhhh, heat! Warm rooms. No need to have a blanket over my legs anymore when I’m sitting in my recliner. Not since Monday, when the new furnace we ordered was finally installed and turned on. The old wall furnace – I’m guessing its age at... Full story


Seek And You Shall Find Your Favorite Author

Do you feel that you have read all the books by your favorite author that are available at the Glasgow library? Well, maybe you have, but maybe there are more than first meets the eye. Many of our popular authors can be found in several areas of the...


Ray Allen Schneider

Ray Allen Schneider, 74, of Glasgow passed away from natural causes on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. He was born in Glasgow to Walter F. and Evelyn F....


Jacob DeBray

Jacob DeBray, 74, passed away from natural causes Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, at his home in Fort Peck, Mont. He was born April 18, 1939, in Glasgow, the son of Leo and Pauline (Lenz) DeBray. He graduat...


Lavon Leroy Barnby

Lavon Leroy Barnby, 65, passed away Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. He was born in Glasgow on Nov. 22, 1948. He attended the University of Montana in Missoula for one year. He then moved to Honolulu, Hawaii,...


Cream Of The Crop

During the Awards Ceremony for the 2014 Class B-C State Speech, Drama & Debate Meet in the Glasgow High School gymnasium, Bridger Sanders was crowned the State Pantomime Champion. Glasgow didn't... Full story


Ground Control

Glasgow wrestlers are hitting the mark at the right time of the season. The squad competed in the Malta on Friday and Saturday. In the mixer on Friday, Glasgow had a strong showing in which their wres...


GHS Boys In Prime Position

Revenge is sweet, especially when it’s served in doses of three. The Glasgow Scotties hit seven 3-pointers, four from senior Lane Herbert alone, as they avenge a loss against Glendive at home on Jan. 30 with a 75-59 win. The win meant a lot for... Full story


Hinsdale Rolling Into Postseason

The Hinsdale Raider girls started the weekend off with a win over the Lustre Christian Lady Lions last Friday evening at home. The Lady Raiders went into the weekend with a 6-2 record in conference...


Scottie Girls Suffer Loss

The Glasgow girls basketball team had retribution on their mind as they battled against Glendive once again on Jan. 30. After playing a close game in their first meeting, one in which Scotties head coach Emilee Morehouse thought they should have won,...



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