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 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    February 3, 2016 

Lady Scotties Raise Hell with the Red Devils

Glasgow 67, Poplar 24 The Lady Scotties started their weekend of competition with a game on the road against Poplar on Friday. The evening started with senior recognition and each senior honoring...

 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    February 3, 2016 

Glasgow Places Six Wrestlers in Malta

GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER The Scottie wrestlers defeated Shepherd 36-32 in a Friday night dual held in Malta. On Saturday, they returned to Malta for more competition at the Malta Invitational. The Scotties had six wrestlers place in the top four...

 By Glasgow Police Dept.    News    January 27, 2016

Alcohol Sales Compliance Checks Planned

The Glasgow Police Department, Valley County Sherriff’s Office and the Valley County DUI Task Force are partnering together to conduct alcohol sales compliance checks. These checks will be conducted at establishments that sell and/or serve...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    January 27, 2016

A General MacArthur Moment

For those of you concerned over where I have been the past couple months I must explain. To put it very simply … I was abducted by aliens from the planet Liberal 3. It is a planet 47 billion light years from Earth and is populated almost entirely...

 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    January 27, 2016

Battle of Two Counties: Mavs Upset the Scotties and Win Revenge

In an intense battle that was fired up with the flavor of neighborhood rivalry, the Class C Hinsdale/Saco/Whitewater Mavericks took out the Glasgow Scotties and avenged their blowout loss earlier in...

 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    January 20, 2016

'Not Guilty' Pleas Entered in Embezzlement Case

Mary Strand appeared in District Court, Tuesday, Jan. 19, for an arraignment hearing. Judge John McKeon advised the defendant of the charges, possible consequences and rights before she entered her pleas. Strand pleaded not guilty to the five felony...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    January 13, 2016

Prominent 'Old Stuff'

I love seeing the pictures of old Glasgow buildings, or other historical places that are often in the Courier.  I am sure that comes as a shock when you consider that I like remembering the “old stuff”. The old County Courthouse often comes to...

 By James Walling    News    January 6, 2016

City Council Update

The Glasgow City Council met for a brief, post-holiday session in council chambers on Jan. 4. Among the agenda items addressed were the approval of two Dry Prairie Rural Water easments. Both are...

 By James Walling    News    January 6, 2016

Glasgow Recognized as Leader in Crime Reduction

According to a study released by analyzing FBI date, the City of Glasgow is among the safest cities in nation as of 2014. And it continues get safer. The company analyzed FBI and Census Bureau data to create an interactive map...

 By James Walling    News    December 30, 2015

Controversial Bison Grazing Change Approved for APR

The Bureau of Land Management issued a proposed decision on Dec. 28 approving the removal of interior fencing for the purpose of year-round bison grazing at the American Prairie Reserve's Flat Creek...

 Classifieds & Real Estate    December 30, 2015


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 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    December 30, 2015

Athletes of the Year

Each week in the Glasgow Courier, readers will find an area athlete highlighted for their outstanding efforts. Sponsored by HiLine Ford, the Athlete of the Week is most often chosen by Courier staff, but can also result from an athlete being...

 Classifieds & Real Estate    December 23, 2015


The Glasgow Courier is looking for a full-time marketing person and a part-time receptionist. For more information or to apply, contact James 228-9301....  PDF

 By Area Elementary Students    News    December 23, 2015

Dear Santa,

The Glasgow Courier is lucky that Santa decided to share these letters and kind words he received from students at Irle Elementary and Nashua Elementary Schools. The big man in red is extremely thankf...

 By James Walling    News    December 16, 2015

McDonald's Franchise a Family Affair

Santa and Mrs. Claus were on hand at Glasgow's McDonald's this past Saturday. A modest crowd of mixed ages gathered around the pair while the Courier spoke with the store's owner/operators, Paul and...

 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    December 16, 2015

Former FPFAC Executive Director Faces Felony Charges

Charges were filed last week by the county attorney in an embezzlement case involving the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council. Mary Strand, former executive director of the Council, faces five felony charges: four counts of theft of property by embezzlement...

 By James Walling    News    December 16, 2015

Irle School Entrance Blocked

Glasgow Schools Superintendent Bob Connors says unusual weather conditions and equipment malfunctions led to inconveniences for parents dropping off students at the new Irle School on Friday, Dec. 11. The Courier received multiple calls from... Full story

 By Amy Nelson    Opinion    December 16, 2015

My Vision For America

Editor's note: Amy Nelson's column this week served as her winning entry in the VFW's Voice of Democracy Audio Essay Competition. A Glasgow High School senior and Courier Photo Intern, Nelson was...

 By GLASGOW POLICE DEPT.    News    December 9, 2015

Please Stay Safe This Holiday Season

The holiday season should be filled with joy and laughter with family and friends. However, that fun is often filled with underage drinking, which can lead to tragedy. Every year there are families in Montana whose holiday seasons are filled with...

 Obituaries    December 9, 2015

Ronald G. Gore

On Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, Ronald G. Gore, 81, slipped into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior at Riverstone Hospice House in Billings, Mont. A celebration of life is tentatively planned for...

 By James Walling    News    December 2, 2015

Family Dentistry Set to Open Doors

JAMES WALLING THE COURIER A welcome addition to the healthcare landscape is slated to open Dec. 9 along Hwy 2 in Glasgow. Many residents have already seen the signs for Budde Family Dentistry at 120...

 By James Walling    News    December 2, 2015

Plaid Square Changes Hands, Keeps On Quilting

Hope Jones-Farr retired this year from her role as a special education and history teacher at Glasgow High School after 25 years of service. She soon began looking around for something else to do. For...

 By Lih-An Yang    Opinion    December 2, 2015

Don't Lose Sleep Over Him

Everyone is entitled to express opinion, but not every opinion deserves to be printed in the Glasgow Courier. Not Virgil Vaupel’s rant based on unsubstantiated information. Not as a paid columnist. In Mr. Vaupel’s column, “Reverse Equal...

 By Georgie Kulczyk    Opinion    December 2, 2015

Case in Point

I mistakenly read Virgil Vaupel’s “column” in last week’s paper. At first, I only read about a third of it. I stopped reading because, to put it mildly, it made me angry. I seldom read Virgil’s writings because: 1. He makes little sense to...

 Lifestyles    December 2, 2015

The Sixth Annual Holiday Cooking 2015

Editor's Note: The response to our request for recipes was so overwhelming, we do not have room for all of them in this week's issue. Recipes will be published in the next issue of the Glasgow... Full story


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