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Articles from the September 9, 2015 edition

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Celebrating Saco

Chilly weather threatened to dampen spirits at the 2015 Saco Fun Days festivities on Sept. 5. By the 11 a.m. start of the annual parade along Hwy 2 however, a full day and night of celebration was in...

 

Classifieds

Classifieds for the week of Sept. 9, 2015...  PDF

 

Fall Sports Preview 2015

Click here for our Fall Preview of football, volleyball and cross country season in area schools....  PDF

 

Probing the Project: Part III

The following questions from respected area residents were put to the American Prairie Reserve on Sept. 3. APR representatives have cooperated and agreed to continue in good faith as we delve deeper...

 
 By Patrick Burr    News    September 9, 2015

Michigan Man Bids America to Recall its Hard-Working Origins

When Ron Campbell of Mount Clemens, Mich. walked into the Glasgow Post Office in mid-August, he did so not with the intention of sending a letter, but with the aim of delivering the town's residents...

 
 By Lih-An Yang    News    September 9, 2015

Scottie Booster Club Gets Behind Student Activities

"Without the Booster Club, the school would be strapped," said Mike Pehlke, the new president of the Scottie Booster Club, referring to the way the Booster Club acts as a fundraising arm for Glasgow...

 

Letters to the Editor

More Criticism for the Critic I’m deeply saddened by the critic’s article about “Steel Magnolias” printed in the Courier. I drove from Havre with my family to support the Fort Peck Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 29, and I’m so happy we...

 

Harvest Memories

Harvest is in full swing, some being about finished, and others just beginning. Being a farm girl, my mind was flooded with “remembers” the other day while doing a little driving off of the beaten path. Now, I grew up in a home where girls were...

 

The Thanks for Listening Bailout Plan

I was sitting here listening to the PBS World News while foundering myself on hot chocolate, with real milk and eating a pound and a half of stale, moldy Christmas cookies when a plan started whirling around in my previously empty head. My computer...

 

Picnics Past and Present

This coming Sunday, the congregations of Queen of Angels in Nashua, St. Albert’s in Hinsdale, Holy Family in Glentana, and St. Raphael’s in Glasgow will gather for an outdoor Mass followed by a potluck picnic at Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck. As I...

 

Carol Lee DuBeau

On Friday, Aug 21, 2015, Carol Lee (Schroeder) Marsh DuBeau, 72, passed away at the Riverton Hospital in Riverton, Wyo., with her family at her side. She was born Feb. 6, 1943, in Fergus Falls,...

 

Kathryn Marie Cherney

Kathryn Marie (Hess) Cherney, 88, of Nashua/Glasgow, passed away of natural causes at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015. Cremation has taken place under the...

 

George Biddle

George Biddle, 96, born to Royce and Hulda Biddle on Feb. 10, 1919, passed away Monday, Aug. 31, 2015. A Celebration of Life is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 10, at 10 a.m. at Franklin & Downs...

 

Marie Louise Kjelgaard Long Vaughan

Marie Louise (Kjelgaard) Long Vaughan, 92, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. With family by her side, she spent her final...

 

Beverly Fern Cole

Beverly Fern (Stedtfeld) Cole, 78, of Tacoma, Wash. died Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, from a lengthy illness. Memorial services are pending in Tacoma. A full obituary will be in next week’s paper....

 

Pink Tractor a Hit at the NE Montana Fair

The Pink Tractor project was started two years ago by Northwest Farm Credit employees who volunteered 100 percent of the efforts with the sole purpose of raising awareness and money for cancer...

 

Scotties Lose Lead Late, Drop Thriller to Dawson County

The bone-chilling wind may have forced the Scottie faithful into thick sweatshirts and under heavy blankets earlier in the season than they'd anticipated but on the turf itself, their red and white-cl...

 

Young Hunters at Work

Every Opening Day brings a new generation of eager hunters to the field. Whether you are a new apprentice hunter or a young veteran, we want to showcase your hard work in the Courier. Submit your...

 

North Country Mavericks Open Conference Play

The newly-established North Country Lady Mavericks traveled to Poplar Sept. 3 to test their mettle against the Lady Indians. It was an exciting match but the end result wasn't what us NC'ers wanted...

 

Nashua Volleyball Owns the Weekend

The Nashua Lady Porcupines broke the will of successive opponents on Sept. 4 and 5, drubbing both the Harlem Wildcats and the Lustre Lady Lions, 3-0. Thursday night versus the visiting Wildcats was...

 

Billings Invitational a Tepid Affair for Running Scotties

The four-plus hour drive back to Glasgow from the Billings Invitational is, for all intents and purposes, a straight shot North; painting a uniform positive or negative tinge on the Scotties' results...

 

Bozeman Man Persues Distant Peak in New Documentary Film

I want to climb a mountain about as much as a dog wants fleas, but an excellent documentary like Meru at least gives the indolent viewer an idea of why climbers go in for this grueling activity in...

 

Green Spaces in Rural Places

We finished our wheat harvest on Sept. 2. Now I have time to catch up on my garden chores, if only the weather and my body cooperate. While I'm much recovered from my boute with pneumonia, I haven't y...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events In Our Area

WEDNESDAY – THURSDAY SEPT. 9-10 On Wednesday, Sept. 9, from 12 noon – 6 p.m., the Red Cross Blood Drawing will be at the VFW, 1222 US Hwy. 2 West, and Thursday, Sept. 10, at FMDH, at 621 3rd St. S. in Glasgow, from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. To make...

 

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