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 By Jim Orr    Opinion    April 22, 2015 

Turn The Page

Five years, four months. That's how long I've been publisher of The Glasgow Courier – definitely the fastest and among the most rewarding five years, four months, of my life. This edition of The Courier is the last with me as publisher. I've accept... Full story

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    April 22, 2015 

I Remember Him Like It Was Yesterday

My first memory of The Glasgow Courier was when it was published in the office located in the Rundle Building. There have been many changes since that time, not only in location, but staff and editors. And what a change to have colored pictures in...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 22, 2015 

Hinsdale Track & Field

BY JIM ORR THE COURIER The Hinsdale Raiders look to refine their track and field performances over the next few weeks, starting with their annual Jean Dreikosen Memorial Track Meet on Friday at Scotti... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 22, 2015 

Nashua Track & Field

With nine career PRs at their own meet and another couple of weeks before District, the Nashua Porcupines are "a work in progress," coach Ryen Faulkenstern told The Courier.. "The boys had a real...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 15, 2015

Worker Camps: Glasgow Takes Look

First Of Two Parts A small group from Glasgow made the trip out to Williston last week to get an inside look at what the workforce camps might look like in Valley County if the TransCanada Keystone... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 15, 2015

Golfers Tee Off, Baillargeon Places Ninth At Forsyth

One outing under its belt, the Scottie golf team is a work in progress with the meat of its schedule arriving this week. Coach Dave Riggin told The Courier that he looks to firm up the lineups for the top five golfers on the girls and boys sides....

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 15, 2015

Scotties Building, Enjoying Tyra Time

The Glasgow Scotties open their conference schedule this weekend, but not before two more Class A games this week. With a 3-0 early season record against higher Class A competition, coach Mark Falcon is looking for his softball team to keep up the...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 8, 2015

Health Dept. Gets Busy

It’s going to be a month of activities and education for the Valley County Health Department. The department will be focusing on a few different issues, as this is Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness month and next week is National Public...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 8, 2015

Qualifiers Meet Monday At GHS

The Scottie Qualifiers Meet at GHS next week is looking like a box of chocolates. You just don't know what you're going to get. But here they go. Montana spring weather permitting, the Glasgow track... Full story

 
 By Frank and Linda Vargo    News    April 1, 2015

Training Benefits Area Firefighters

The firefighting training by the Valley Event Center and fairgrounds parking lot last Saturday was put on by Safe-Fire LLC out of Wyoming. Glasgow Fire Chief Brandon Brunelle told The Courier that...

 
 By Karen Bender    Opinion    April 1, 2015

I've Thought Long And Hard

I have thought long and hard about some of the articles that have appeared in The Courier these past weeks, the ones written by Virgil Vaupel, Susan Watterson, Bonnie Davidson and Joann Beard. I feel there is more that should be said because there...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 1, 2015

Scottie Softball Heads To Williston At 2-0

The young 2-0 Scotties softball team has season opening wins over Class A Havre and Dawson County under its belt going into the game Thursday at Williston. Skipper Mark Falcon's visiting squad led throughout in its 6-4 victory over the Blue Ponies...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 25, 2015

Words Of Warning

First Of Two Parts Advocate, speaker and survivor of human trafficker Windie Lazenko made a stop in Glasgow last week. Her topic was a difficult one that doesn't normally draw large crowds, but... Full story

 
 By Rev. Susan Watterson    Opinion    March 25, 2015

An Important Bible Discussion

Dear Editor: I would like to respond to Joann Beard's article from the Feb. 25 Courier. This is an important discussion. As I said in my earlier “letter to the editor” it is always important to read the Bible within its historical context and to...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 25, 2015

Glasgow, Frazer, Hinsdale Win JJMT Championships

The Glasgow Hoop Stars – a group of sixth-grade girls basketball players – carried the torch for the home teams at last weekend's 17th annual Jeff Jurgens Memorial Basketball Tournament. The...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 25, 2015

GHS Track, Softball Teams Get Going

Spring has sprung for Scottie sports. The softball team opened with a 6-4 win Tuesday over Havre in a game added to take place before the regularly scheduled opener at 3:30 p.m. this Thursday against visiting Glendive. The golf team, meanwhile, will...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 25, 2015

Montana Open Next For GWC After Nationals

The Glasgow Wrestling Club Highlanders, about 60 kids strong, are picking up matches and pins wherever they can find them. Team members hit the mats at the Montana Open in Billings this weekend after making some noise last week at the Rocky Mountain...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 18, 2015

Fire Story

The supposed day of unluck came and went and nothing extraordinary happened for a local family. Saturday, March 14, came and the family went on with their normal daily activities. Becky Holter was at... Full story

 
 By Edwin Bender    Opinion    March 18, 2015

Let The Sun Shine On Open Government

This column from executive director Edwin Bender of the National Institute on Money in State Politics was released as part of Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 18, 2015

Bantam Ice Dawgs Nearly Win It

Some of the young blood over at the Valley Event Center rink has been going prime time lately. The Glasgow Ice Dawg Bantams took their turn at the Montana Amateur Hockey Association Bantam B State... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 18, 2015

84 Teams Entered In The Big JJMT

Year 17 is shaping up like a real diaper dandy for hundreds of young players at this weekend's Jeff Jurgens Memorial Basketball Tournament. The 84 teams, including nine from Regina, Sask., exceed last year's total of about 80 and will compete at...

 
 News    March 18, 2015

Registration Day, 1913

This photo is taken at the train depot on "registration day" that was to take place at the county courthouse in 1913. Homesteaders flocked from all over towards "free land." The land came with... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 11, 2015

Human Trafficking: It's Real, Here

Imagine a life where there's no control. Think about living in a life that you never planned, think about being stuck in that life. The girl that appeared in a hazy blur in Lisa Ling's show, “This... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 11, 2015

Scotties Have That Spring In Their Step

'S' words are in season at 1 Scottie Pride Drive. Spring. Scotties. Sports. Startup. The GHS track and field, softball and golf teams opened their spring sports practices Monday. The golfers teed off...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    March 11, 2015

G-Town Runs Out Of Luck

Lucky. Several times this season, Scotties coach Norm Braaten told The Courier that his team, or any team, needed to be lucky to get to the state tournament. Not just hard-working. Not just talented....

 

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