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 By Dane Osen    News    January 11, 2017

Moose Spotted At Duane Mattfeldt's

Two moose were recently spotted at Duane Mattfeldt's place, east of town, located near the Milk River Bridge on MT Hwy. 24. The moose originally appeared north of the railroad tracks near the Valley V... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be closed during the month of January. WEDNESDAY – JAN. 11 6-7:30 p.m. - Alternative Energy Resources Organization (AERO) is hosting a roundtable meeting to discuss local foods and sustainable living at the... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAY – JAN. 4 The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be closed during the month of January. 5:30 – 6:45 p.m. - Adults Only Open Skating at the Valley Event Center. Cost is $2 to skate, $2 to rent and lessons are free. 5:45 p.m. - Glasgow... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAY – DEC. 28 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. - Reception in honor of Dave Reinhart for his retirement from the Board of County Commissioners and Glen Meier for retirement from the Valley County Sheriff’s Department at the Senior Citizens Center in... Full story

 

Governor's AIS Rapid Response Team Comes to Glasgow

Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order declaring a statewide natural resource emergency for Montana bodies of water, due to the detection of the larvae of invasive aquatic mussels at Tiber Reservoir and suspected detections at Canyon Ferry... Full story

 

Gary Wayne Klind

Gary Wayne Klind, 71, died on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, in Billings, Mont. He was born on June 23, 1945, to Wiano and Eleanor Klind in Malta, Mont. He was the second of three children. He was a lifelo... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

MDT Tests New Design Ideas with Hwy. 117 Improvements

The Montana Department of Transportation expects the paving project along Hwy. 117 between Nashua and Glasgow to be completed within the next two weeks, including the sloping and planting of grass along the finished roadway . The remainder of work... Full story

 

Mayor Speaks on City Issues

Editorial note: Due to a printing error on Oct. 19, the Courier is rerunning the following article with updated content. Mayor Becky Erickson and Director of Public Works Rob Kompel sat down with the Courier to discuss the city’s success in... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Dane Thank you Glasgow Courier and specificaly Dane Osen for your local reporting!!! As a spouse of an active duty military member, we rely on your hometown reporting. Your journalism standards are unbiased and helpful. Your efforts helped us... Full story

 

Nan Klassen

Nan (Bernstein) Klassen died on Thursday, Oct. 6 2016, t Spring Creek Inn, a memory care facility in Bozeman, Mont. After a long decline from dementia, she passed away peacefully in her sleep early in the morning. She was 89. In lieu of a funeral or... Full story

 

Mayor Speaks on City Issues

Mayor Becky Erickson and Director of Public Works Rob Kompel sat down with the Courier to discuss the city’s success in soliciting grants, raising money for the recent fire truck purchase, handling the declared state of emergency, the final stage... Full story

 

Flood Level Predictions Lowered

The recent weather events here in Valley County and beyond are taking both front and center stage. Starting Oct. 1, localized flooding due to rainfall has been reported in several areas. According to NWS’ Tanja Franzen, the flood predictions are... Full story

 

Flood Reports from Valley County Ranchers

Recent flooding throughout Valley and Phillips counties have had impacts on low lying areas, drowning out hay bales and alfalfa seed as well as covering roads. The Courier spoke with local ranchers... Full story

 

A Flood of Remembrances

Living on the Milk River bottom all my life, something you learn to expect and accept as part of life are the floods. I don’t think you ever really get used to them, as each presents a different challenge. I have memories back to grade school days...

 

City Council Brief

The topics dominating the discussion at the City Council meeting held Oct. 3 were the hiring and projected hirings of Glasgow Police Department employees, city union negotiations, and City Council transparency. Other items discussed were the Levee... Full story

 

Listen to the Quiet: Part 5

The Kienitz family now numbered four: Otto, Lizzie and their two lively daughters, blond Leona, nicknamed “Toots,” and the dark-haired Luella, who is known as “Babe.” The members of this family were closely knit and have remained so over the... Full story

 

Listen to the Quiet: Part 4

Religion played an important part in the community life of the homesteaders. The Kienitzes belonged to the Lutheran congregation, which met once monthly at the Gus Pehlke home, beginning in 1916. Members would take turns meeting Pastor A. Jordan at... Full story

 

Donald Ray Watson

Donald Ray Watson Donald Ray Watson, 79, went to meet the Range Boss on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. He passed peacefully at home. He was born on April 6, 1937, in Malta, Mont., to Ray and Laura Watson. He grew up on the family ranch in the Content...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – SEPT. 8 12 noon - The Valley County Senior Citizens’ annual picnic at Bundy Park in Glasgow. Meat will be provided, followed by a tour of the Pioneer Museum after the meal. In case of rain, the picnic will be held at the Senior Center... Full story

 

Listen to the Quiet: Part 3

One philosophy of the homesteaders was, “Don’t buy it if you can make do with a satisfactory substitute.” Resourcefulness became second nature to these Montana settlers, and the Kienitz family was no exception to the rule. For example: a... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    Sports    August 24, 2016

Color Run Supports Veterans

A total of 165 people took to the streets Aug. 20 to support Veterans and get pelted with bright colored chalk. While the majority of event go-ers wore white T-shirts, some came in flamboyant bright... Full story

 

Listen to the Quiet: Part 2

Some young men’s thoughts turn to love in the spring, but for Otto Kienitz, during this period of his life, his thoughts centered on the “Land of Opportunity,” which was the vast prairie land of Montana. It was none too soon, as three years... Full story

 

Is Trump The Chump?

I tend to get a tad bit radical in my thinking from time to time. It helps clear my brain. Now, for the benefit of my 18.3441 readers, I would expound my theory as to why I think Trump is the Chump. I’ll have more on that later in the broadcast, bu...

 

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