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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 9, 2014

Veterans Memorial Becoming A Reality

The goal of honoring local veterans is becoming a reality. As Memorial Day creeps closer on the calendar, the Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial Park in Fort Peck is nearing its financial goals. Steven Page, part of the Northeastern Montana Veteran...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 9, 2014

Battleground Montana

With the changing of voter district lines, some legislative positions have shifted and some office holders have stepped down to take other positions appointed to them. It's an active campaigning seaso...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 2, 2014

Battles Set For School Elections

As the school year is coming closer to a close, schools are getting ready for their upcoming elections. School elections will be held on Tuesday, May 6. Nashua has two Board of Trustees positions on the ballot. Incumbents Joe Laumeyer and Ryan...

 By Steven Page    Opinion    April 2, 2014

Detention Center Paying Off For County?

Dear Editor: Commissioner Pippin’s report that the Valley County Detention Center had become profitable at a recent public meeting was further expanded on by Commissioner Reinhardt in last week’s Courier. I am not in a position to debate the...

 Obituaries    April 2, 2014

Nolan Hughes

Nolan Hughes, 64, died Sunday, March 30, 2014, at his home in Glasgow. A Celebration of Life service will be held at the Assembly of God Church in Glasgow on Saturday, April 5, at 10:30 a.m., with refreshments following the service. A complete...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 19, 2014

Intriguing Races, Issues Fill June Primary Ballot

The deadline to file for the upcoming election has now passed. With candidates set, the race is on to campaign. Valley County Clerk Lynne Nyquist explained that the high number of candidates was enough to call for a primary on June 3. A few last minu...

 News    March 19, 2014

Flood Watch Along Icy Milk

A flood watch remained in effect through at least Wednesday afternoon for the Milk River from Glasgow to Nashua, above, where ice jams remain. The flood watch area includes central and southern... Full story

 By David Reinhardt    Opinion    March 19, 2014

Meetings, Records Open To The Public

To Concerned Citizens: Having just read The Glasgow Courier’s article on Sunshine Week (“Good Day, Sunshine” on the March 12 Opinion page), I would like to make a comment. In Valley County, and all of Montana, all meetings are open to the...

 By Jim Orr    Opinion    March 12, 2014

Good Day, Sunshine

Sunshine Week arrives next week, Courier readers, and it has nothing to do with the return of Daylight Savings Time. If introductions are in order, here's one: Sunshine Week is an annual nationwide effort to promote the importance of open government... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    February 26, 2014

Two Senators, One Glasgow

Glasgow seniors had the chance to meet last week with U.S. Sen. Jon Tester and Sen. John Walsh. The two passed through Glasgow while visiting with agencies and citizens during their "listening" tour....

 By Jim Orr    News    February 19, 2014

Tester, Walsh Stopping By

U.S. Sens. Jon Tester and John Walsh have a Glasgow visit on their calendar Thursday, February 20. The stop comes at a noteworthy time for both. Tester is the new chairman of the Senate's Indian Affairs Committee and Gov. Bullock recently appointed... Full story

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    February 19, 2014

The Day The Roxie Died

A recent picture in The Courier featured the fire at the Roxy Theatre. How many of you remember that fire? It consumed a good portion of Glasgow businesses on 2nd Avenue South, as well as the north side of 5th Street. I vaguely remember lots of smoke...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    February 5, 2014

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-...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    January 22, 2014

Del Strommen Trend Setter Award Goes To David Nelson

It was a bittersweet presentation during lunch at the New Trends in Ag seminar last week. David Nelson was honored posthumously with the Del Strommen Trend Setter Award. While Nelson had passed on in...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    January 15, 2014

Plane Located In Idaho; Family Able To Find Closure

It was like finding a needle in a haystack. It was any family member’s nightmare. A plane occupied by five people known as brothers, husbands, daughters and sons fell from the sky over rugged terrain in Idaho in the cold winter months. After a... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson and Quinn Robinson    News    January 15, 2014

Judges, Mayors, Champions

July • The airline that provides Essential Air Service to Glasgow and other small cities in Montana has decided to leave the state. Silver Airways notified the U.S. Department of Transportation...

 By Compiled by Bonnie Davidson and Quinn Robinson    News    January 8, 2014

Radioactive Waste, Bison and XL

January • The winter storm that hit northeast Montana on Thursday night, Jan. 10, wasn't a surprise. It had been making its way across the state, heralded by the forecasters. But its intensity on... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    December 25, 2013

The Dream That Becomes A Reality

I have always been fascinated with sports. It started at an early age. According to my mother, I was picking up bats and balls by the age of 3 and trying to play with kids who were years older than myself. At the age of 6, my dad took me to my first... Full story

 News    December 18, 2013

The Courier Printing Early For Holidays

The Courier's publication dates and office hours will change the last two weeks of the year due to the Christmas and New Year's Day holidays falling on Wednesdays, when The Courier usually comes out. Please make note of the changes below because you... Full story

 By Barry Chalmers    Opinion    December 18, 2013

Family Provides Information On Sheree Smith's Plane Crash

Barry Chalmers, father of Sheree Chalmers Smith of Glasgow, provided the following to The Courier on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Sheree and her husband, Daniel Smith, are among five people missing since the pla... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 11, 2013

NWS: On Watch For A Change In The Weather

With winter weather advisories in effect, snow and ice covering the roads and concerns with the amount of precipitation that falls in the local area, many turn to the local National Weather Service...

 By Bonnie Davidson    Opinion    November 27, 2013

High Hopes For The Hi-Line

It seems the Hi-Line is a mixed box of chocolates. Our trip to Glasgow has begun with one big adventure. We started out breaking down near Big Sandy and being stranded in Havre, and have found that kindness in strangers here is much more than we ever... Full story

 By Greg Liebelt    Sports    November 20, 2013

Coach Liebelt Writes To Scottie Nation

A BIG THANKS TO SCOTTIE NATION!!! I wanted to take the opportunity to use this forum and let everyone out there who has supported and followed us along the way, know how grateful I am once again and what an honor it is to coach the Glasgow Scotties!...

 By Samar Fay    Opinion    November 13, 2013

Farewell To The Hi-Line

Twenty-two years ago, a retired Army doctor and his wife rolled into Glasgow, wondering if a cow town on the prairie was really a good choice to set up a new practice and a new chapter in their... Full story

 By Michelle Tade    Opinion    November 13, 2013

2 Rivers? Here's What It Does

As executive director of Two Rivers, I am often approached with two questions: “What does Two Rivers do?” and “Is Two Rivers part of the chamber?” It is important that community members understand our role and how it is that we serve Valley...


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