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 News    November 25, 2015 

How to Cook a Thanksgiving Turkey

To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, we asked the students at Nashua Elementary School how to cook a Thanksgiving Turkey. We've published their replies "as is." If you're interested in other holiday recipes, the Glasgow Courier will be publishing... Full story

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    November 25, 2015 

Reverse Equal Opportunity

In her lame attempt to discredit me on my view on equal opportunity in hiring in America, Tess Fahlgren has missed the mark by a mile. I’m saying equal opportunity is an oxymoron. How can something be equal when it favors a certain population? In t...

 By Ginevra Kirkland    News    November 18, 2015

Courier Calls for Holiday Recipes

To contribute your recipes to our Holiday Gift Guide and Recipes section, bring them in to the office, mail them to 341 Third Ave. South (Glasgow, MT, 59230), or email to with "Reci... Full story

 News    November 18, 2015

Stan Sonsteng Benefit

A benefit was held at the Valley County Ridgerunners on Saturday, Nov. 14, for Stan Sonsteng, who is undergoing treatments for esophageal cancer. Stan has been part of the Glasgow Courier printing... Full story

 By Karen Bender    Opinion    November 18, 2015

Some Things You Should Know About Abortion

In answer to an article Mary put in The Glasgow Courier Oct. 28, “Are They Willing,” the questions were asked, “How many unwanted children are being born each year? How many of those unwanted children are abused and/or killed? In the article...

 By Lih-An Yang    Lifestyles    November 18, 2015

Local Talents Give Bountiful Gift

Rural community people seem to be multi-talented in every nook and cranny of the hobby world. All of us interact with a myriad of people through our day jobs; it is always delightful when we find out...

 By James Walling    News    November 11, 2015

Glasgow Welcomes New Guard Recruiter

Staff Sergeant AJ Etherington of the Montana National Guard has two things that aspiring inductees will find useful here in Glasgow: Lots of military experience to share, and a solid Montana...

 News    November 11, 2015

Honor Roll of Valley County Casualties

Following is an honor roll of Valley County soldiers who died in action during U.S. wars. Most were from Glasgow, but other hometowns are listed next to some names if they were available. To make additions for future publications of this list, contac... Full story

 By James Walling    News    November 4, 2015

Along for the Ride

Glasgow newcomer Carlos Valle introduced himself in the full dark of an early morning on Wednesday, Oct. 28, as we stood shivering in front of The Loaded Toad coffee shop downtown. We were waiting...

 By Patrick Burr    News    October 28, 2015

Municipal Elections come to Northeast Montana Cities

On Nov. 3, voters across the county will elect a host of men and women to represent their respective townships. Some of the faces are familiar; others are rosy, unseasoned in the political realm. Each is assured, certain of his or her purpose and the... Full story

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    October 28, 2015

Think Before You Donate: Part II

This is part two about an email I have received several times over the past seven or so years. It’s been circling the Internet since 2005 and just won’t go down the drain. Until now, I have simply deleted it. This time I didn’t and this...

 By James Walling    News    October 21, 2015

A Vague Hypothesis:

It has been more than a month since the Courier first asked the American Prairie Reserve's Hilary Parker for evidence of site-specific research related to "free-roaming" bison release efforts in...

 News    October 21, 2015

The Courier Will Be Mailed a Day Late This Week

Oct. 21, 2015 As many of you know, the Courier has been printed in Havre since this spring. The press machine at the Havre Daily News was down this morning, and the Courier was printed in Chinook instead. With the delay, we could not get the papers... Full story

 By James Walling    News    October 14, 2015

Shakespeare and Scholarships

Citing the famous "All the world's a stage" speech from Shakespeare's As You Like It, Montana's representative to the 95th Miss America pageant stopped in Nashua Oct. 12 and spoke to students about...

 By Lih-An Yang    News    September 30, 2015

BLM to Restrict Mine Claims for Sage Grouse

BLM has proposed to withdraw 983,156 acres of public land in Montana from “location and entry under the United States mining laws” to protect a key greater sage grouse conservation area. If approved by the Secretary of the Interior under the...

 By James Walling    News    September 23, 2015

A Little Patch of Pumpkins

Emily Rasmussen comes from good stock when it comes to pumpkins. Her family farm in Grand Rapids, Minn., is home to the sort of pumpkin patch that communities around the nation look forward to...

 By Hilary Parker    Opinion    September 23, 2015

Checking in with APR

First, a big thanks to the Courier’s editor, James Walling, for agreeing to provide a forum for the start of this conversation. While the Q&A format has its limits, it has allowed us to get a good feel for the kinds of misinformation that is...

 Opinion    September 23, 2015

Letters to the Editor

Leave ‘em laughing I like the Op Ed page of any newspaper, but our own Glasgow Courier’s keeps getting better, yet Virgil is still my fave! Mary Honrud’s garden articles aren’t on this page but I sure enjoy them. Sandy Laumeyer tells of...

 By Patrick Burr    News    September 16, 2015

City Government Tables Talks on Fire Truck Funding, Hires New Attorney

Fifty-plus Glasgow citizens packed into the city chamber room at the Recreation Department on Sept. 8, eager to speak their mind at the City Council meeting at which they knew the summer’s landmark issue would be decided. For months, the councilper...

 By Sara Pankratz Warren    Opinion    September 16, 2015

Considering APR Control of Local Land

Being the eternal optimist that I am, I initially hoped that the Glasgow Courier’s Probing the Project column would finally help to open up communication between the American Prairie Reserve (APR) and the local community along the Hi Line. Based...

 Obituaries    September 16, 2015

Beverly Fern 'Fernie' Cole

Beverly Fern "Fernie" Cole, 78, was called to her heavenly home on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Tacoma, Wash. A Time of Remembrance will be held on Sunday, Sept. 20, at 3:30...

 By Patrick Burr    Sports    September 16, 2015

Running Scotties Scorch Through Malta

PATRICK BURR THE COURIER Walker Allen, Ellis McKean, and Merlin McKean glided to top-ten finishes, all of the Scotties' top five males finished in the varsity race's top twelve, and Glasgow stormed...

 By James Walling    News    September 2, 2015

Probing the Project: Part II

As promised, we've put the first of many questions from respected area residents about bison release and grasslands restoration efforts to the American Prairie Reserve. This week's questions come...

 Opinion    September 2, 2015

Letters to the Editor

“Hi-Line Heart and Soul” The recent articles by James Walling and Mark Herbert raise important questions about how our way of life and our heritage will be impacted by the American Prairie Reserve’s (APR) desire to turn Montana’s Hi Line...

 By Georgie Kulczyk    Arts & Entertainment    September 2, 2015

Heavey Gallery to Host Reception for Amy Nelson

Amy Nelson, photographer, GHS senior, and photo intern extraordinaire here at the Courier was first introduced to the community in the July 29 edition of the Glasgow Courier. This Friday, she will be...


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