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Articles from the March 5, 2014 edition

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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 5, 2014

Behind Bars, Navigating The System

This is Part 3 of a series of articles focusing on educating the community about drug use in Valley County. Falling in with the wrong crowd and getting involved with illegal activities might have some rewards, or so it may seem to some involved.... Full story

 
 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    March 5, 2014

Not In Our House

The feeling all year among fans of Glasgow boys basketball was that there was something special here with this group. On Saturday night, the team proved that theory right in front of a raucous home... Full story

 
 By Virgil Vaupel    Sports    March 5, 2014

Hinsdale Girls Win 3C Divisional Title

After a stunning victory at districts the Hinsdale Lady Raiders continued their winning ways at divisionals with wins over Culbertson (33-31 whew!!), Fairview (45-30) and over Saco/Whitewater. More... Full story

 
 News    March 5, 2014

On To State!

It wasn't a surprise. The boys in the Glasgow Scotties uniforms simply knew that they've won what was rightfully theirs all along: the championship of the 2014 Northern B Boys Divisional Basketball... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 5, 2014

Billing Problems For Refuse Board

The Valley County Refuse Board is facing a little pressure after discovering that T&R Trucking, which picks up trash in the county, hadn’t been billed for nine months. Minutes from their meeting in January include a discussion of some financial...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 5, 2014

Flip-Flopping Can Be Good

Some locals might say it's the best burger in town. Many will remember the restaurant that has sat for 30 years in the same spot and provided sweet treats and plenty of good fried foods. The Quick N...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 5, 2014

Nashua Post Office Faces Changes

With technology cutting down on the number of items moving through the post office several rural offices have been looking at changes nationwide. Nashua’s post office is under an evaluation to determine the future of what service might look like. C...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    March 5, 2014

Going Down Under In Glasgow

My mind is a blank this week. There must be a lot of things that need to be remembered, so please share. I did have several real interesting conversations with Courier readers. One of our readers... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    Opinion    March 5, 2014

Stranger Danger & Domestic Abuse

Lightning strikes. It’s a phrase that Glasgow’s Police Chief Bruce Barstad used to explain the likelihood of a stranger abducting a child. An incident reported in last week’s law enforcement page is still under investigation of a possible...

 
 Opinion    March 5, 2014

Tester Comments On Dry Prairie Funding

Sen. Jon Tester released the following statement this week after the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (B.O.R.) announced Fort Peck/Dry Prairie Rural Water System and Rocky Boy’s/North Central Montana Regional Water System together will receive roughly $1...

 
 By Maggie Nutter    Opinion    March 5, 2014

County Cattle Petition Hard To Beat For Controlling Predators

With the price of cattle up, a live calf in the fall is close to $1,000. There doesn’t appear to be buyers for the dead ones, so per head fee that is a self imposed tax for a County Cattle Petition is hard to beat for the service you get. In the...

 
 By Bob Brown    Opinion    March 5, 2014

Montanans Appear Not To Like Having Senators Appointed

With the departure of Senator Baucus from the Senate, Montana’s longest serving statewide elected official is Ed Smith. Never heard of him? Well, we have elected him Clerk of our Supreme Court five times. Ed served as Chief Clerk of the Montana... Full story

 
 Obituaries    March 5, 2014

Michael Paul Liebelt

Michael Paul Liebelt, 48, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014, at his home in Fort Peck, Mont. Cremation has taken place. The rosary vigil service is Friday, March 7, at 7 p.m. at St....

 
 Obituaries    March 5, 2014

Rosalie Holding

Rosalie L. Holding, 76, died Feb. 27, 2014, at Valley Health Care Center in Billings. A funeral service will be Saturday, March 15, at 11 a.m. at the Bell Chapel with interment at the Highland...

 
 By Virgil Vaupel    Sports    March 5, 2014

Raider Boys Knocked Out

The Raiders of Hinsdale started off the 2014 divisional tournament against the Fairview Warriors and through the first quarter it was a tie ball game with Lukas Johnson getting a nice block in the first couple minutes of play. The block sent a...

 
 Sports    March 5, 2014

Glasgow Softball Has Two Commit To DC-Bottineau

Mariah Stein and Abby Mehling have signed letters of intent to attend Dakota College at Bottineau and play softball for the Lady Jacks. Stein is a catcher-outfielder and Mehling is a...

 
 By Carin Barnett    Sports    March 5, 2014

Squirts Finish Season Strong

This past weekend the Ice Dawg Squirts battled in the Squirt B State Tournament. Playing a strong Bozeman team, Glasgow relied on its defense of Ian Peterson, Jack Cornwell, Tori Pehlke, Brooklyn Schmidt, Kylie Lagerquist and Klaire Krumweide. Despit...

 
 Sports    March 5, 2014

GHS Vs. Choteau In Girls Divisionals

Divisional play opens 2:30 p.m. Thursday for coach Emilee Morehouse's Glasgow Scotties. The girls will take on Choteau in the second divisional basketball game at the Conrad High School gymnasium. Those Mustangs from Malta open the tournamaent in a... Full story

 
 Classifieds & Real Estate    March 5, 2014

Classifieds

Classifieds from the current edition...  PDF

 
 News    March 5, 2014

Daylight Saving Begins

Daylight saving begins this Sunday, March 9.... Full story