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Articles from the November 25, 2015 edition

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Hay Bale Turkey

A hay bale turkey graces the northern bluff of Fort Peck. Erected by the town's current first residents, John and Judy Jones, the decoration comes by way of Hinsdale's Sherman Lacock, who displayed... Full story

 

Classifieds

Classifieds for the week of Nov. 25, 2015...  PDF

 

Hand-made Turkeys

Mrs. Bense's third-grade students proudly display their homemade turkeys. The turkeys will be used at the annual Thanksgiving Day meal held at the Senior Center on Thursday, Nov. 26. Pictured (L-R)... Full story

 

How to Cook a Thanksgiving Turkey

To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, we asked the students at Nashua Elementary School how to cook a Thanksgiving Turkey. We've published their replies "as is." If you're interested in other holiday recipes, the Glasgow Courier will be publishing... Full story

 

Sullivan Appointed Supervisor for Region 6

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has named Mark Sullivan as the new Regional Supervisor for Region 6. He is replacing Tom Flowers. The Fort Peck resident holds a master's degree in wildlife...

 

School Board Meeting Addresses Personnel, Twitter Bullying

The regularly scheduled school board meeting was held at the Glasgow Middle School Wednesday, Nov. 18. Trustees present were Chairperson Alison Molvig, Mona Amundson, Suzanne Billingsley, and John Dagget. Absent was trustee Nickolas Dirkes. On...

 

Glasgow Speech and Drama Delivers Solid Performances

Two weekends ago Glasgow Speech and Drama attended the 2nd annual Eastern Montana Kickoff Speech and Drama Meet at West High School in Billings. It is a massive meet with over 500 - all class...

 

Christmas Stroll Downtown This Weekend

The 12th Annual Parade of Lights and the “Candy Christmas” Christmas Stroll has been set for Sat. Nov. 28. You are invited to share the day with Glasgow merchants. Scheduled events start at 1 p.m. with a free showing of “Annie” at Valley... Full story

 

District Champs!

Friday night saw the clash of two evenly matched opponents as the Nashua Porcupines and the Dodson Coyotes took to the gym floor at Saco High School to determine the Junior High Girls' Championship. B...

 

U19 Girls Play First Home Game

The first home game for the U19 lady Ice Dawgs was held Sunday, Nov. 22 at the Valley Event Center, with a respectable hometown crowd attending to cheer them on. Facing off against the Crosby Comets,...

 

Ice Dawgs Lose Two in Season Opener Against Bozeman

The Glasgow boys put up a good fight in Bozeman on Nov. 21-22, but lost both games against a full compliment of 18 skaters and two goalies. The Dawgs struggled with 11 skaters and two goalies. Head Coach Tim Padden and Assistant Coach Mike Eliason...

 

Scottie Boys Basketball Low in Numbers but High in Spirit

There was plenty of hustle and sweat in the first week of the boys basketball practice at Glasgow High School. The boys seemed as giddy as the coaches were, happy that the drop of temperature outside...

 

Clyde Henry Christiansen

Clyde Henry Christiansen, 96, of Nashua, Mont., passed away on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Mont. A visitation will take place Friday, Nov. 27, with family...

 

Dorothy Lu Fossum

Dorothy Lu (Redfield) Fossum, 95, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, in Billings, Mont., where she has been residing with her daughter, Janet, for the last three years. Services will be held Saturday...

 

Lawren A. 'Frosty' Frost

Lawren A. "Frosty" Frost, 81, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away of natural causes Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. He was born March 19, 1934, in Glasgow, to...

 

Pop Says, 'God Bless America'

We are a nation of immigrants who despise immigrants. Syrians and Middle East refugees are just the most recent of the indigestible bits in the melting pot that we are so fond of claiming as our great distinction among nations. And Hispanics, like...

 

Better Than That

When I wrote my first opinion piece for the Courier, I said we weren’t a Christian nation, as the Constitution may have been based on Biblical values, but it was not based on the life of Jesus Christ. Most of our Founding Fathers were Deists,...

 

What to Do About Refugees?

Collateral damage: n. Unintended damage, injuries, or deaths caused by an action, especially unintended civilian casualties caused by a military operation. In a place that has been ravaged by civil war for four and a half years, the fleeing refugees...

 

Thinking Thanksgiving

As Thanksgiving approaches, people are listing what they are grateful for. I, along with millions of other people in our nation, have much to be thankful for. But I am also thankful for things I don’t have. It isn’t necessary for me to be in a...

 

Reverse Equal Opportunity

In her lame attempt to discredit me on my view on equal opportunity in hiring in America, Tess Fahlgren has missed the mark by a mile. I’m saying equal opportunity is an oxymoron. How can something be equal when it favors a certain population? In t...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events In Our Area

MONDAYS SEPT. 14 – DEC. 7 7-8:15 p.m. - GriefShare weekly seminar and support group designed to help rebuild your life after the death of a loved one at the Glasgow Evangelical Church located at 152 Aberdeen St. WEDNESDAY – NOV. 25 7 p.m. -... Full story

 

Film Shorts: Valley Cinemas, Streaming, The Worx

Valley Cinemas is holding over one film – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 and adding a new feature, this week the kids-oriented The Good Dinosaur. With its 16 animated feature Pixar has returned to a familiar well, the story of a...

 

Festival of Trees Provides an "Easy Button" for the Holidays

The Festival of Trees is a fundraising event for the Relay for Life, and is essentially an "easy button" for those looking to avoid the stress of the holidays. It's the only place in town where you...

 

Making Pumpkin Pies a Tradition in Ms. Richards' Class

Lizzie LaGree, left, stirs the eggs to get the pumpkin filling started for the waiting pie crusts made by Aaron Mickelson, Tristin Johnson, Ainsley Loftsgaard, and Kolby Marsh (right). Ms. Richards'... Full story

 

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