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 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    June 29, 2016 

Reds Winless in Dickinson

GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER The Reds traveled to Dickinson, N.D. this past weekend for a four-day tournament, but were unable to pull out a single win. Reds 0, Bismarck 8 The Glasgow Reds faced Bismarck in their first game of the tournament on the...

 
 By James Walling    News    June 22, 2016

Trio of Personnel Changes at Valley View

In response to mounting challenges in resident care at Glasgow’s Valley View Home, Health Management Services, the management company hired to run the facility in 2014, has fired at least one long-term employee in recent days. With as many as...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    June 22, 2016

City Champs!

The Courier's very own baseball team (okay, we share them with Albertsons) defeated Glasgow Distributors (GD) Monday night to become the Cal Ripken Majors city champs. GD made their way to the...

 
 Calendar    June 22, 2016

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – JUNE 23 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. - Half-day Seminar addressing wage and hour issues for small businesses at FMDH Conference Room. The seminar is hosted by Job Service Employers’ Committee (JSEC). Cost is $40 per person. To register or fo... Full story

 
 By James Walling    Opinion    June 15, 2016

Four Awards, Five Cousins

It was a good weekend in Whitefish for the Courier and an even better one for visiting dearly-missed relatives on both sides of the state for me. In the former category, Sean R. Heavey hefted three awards at the 2016 Montana Newspaper Association...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    Sports    June 8, 2016

George Bros. Go Back-to-Back

If "Northeast Montana loves fishing" isn't one of the truest statements ever made, I don't know what is. The 17th Annual Catfish Classic hosted 80 teams of two for this year's tournament. Most of the... Full story

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    June 1, 2016

Track Season Comes to an End for Scotties

GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER The atmosphere at the State B Track and Field Meet was remarkable. There were all the usual distractions and performances, but they were more pronounced. The starter's gun...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    May 25, 2016

Letter Sheds Light on Kolstad's Departure from GHS Basketball

News of the recent termination of Jon Kolstad's contract as Glasgow High School's head girls basketball coach left unanswered questions. Efforts by interested parties to clarify the termination with school board trustees were initially unsuccessful.... Full story

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    May 18, 2016

Glasgow Boys Four-peat at Districts

GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER For the fourth year in a row, the Glasgow boys' track team has claimed first place at the district 2B meet. The top tier of the awards podium was decorated with red and...

 
 By James Walling    News    May 4, 2016

City Council Brief

Council members attended to old and ongoing business at the May 2 Glasgow City Council meeting. Among the items on the agenda were a bid opening for the purchase of a new mower for use at the...

 
 By Karen Breigenzer    News    April 27, 2016

A Soroptomist Shower

KAREN BREIGENZER FOR THE COURIER Glasgow Soroptimist members gathered for the annual baby shower recently. Each April, Soroptimist members donate baby supplies that are given to the Women's Resource...

 
 By Becky Erickson    Opinion    April 20, 2016

Letter to the People of Glasgow

Letter to the People of Glasgow The Flint Michigan water crisis sprang from government officials’ decision in April 2014, to switch the city’s water source temporality and use water from the Flint River (once an industrial dump site) as a cost-cu... Full story

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    April 13, 2016

Guttenberg Honored at Event

By now, you've probably heard about Morgan Guttenberg and her recent efforts to address childhood hunger in Glasgow. As previously reported in the Courier, Guttenberg is in the process of putting...

 
 By James Walling    News    April 6, 2016

City Council Brief

Some meetings of the Glasgow City Council are busier than newspaper reports in the Courier reflect. With various grants pending and the potential acquisition of the Valley Court Apartments in the works, this is one of those weeks. At the April 4...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    March 30, 2016

Hillside Letters

GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER School pride and civic identity is pervasive in Valley County. Among other things, area residents take pride in our athletic and academic programs, the hardiness and...

 
 By Ginevra Kirkland    News    March 23, 2016

Spotlight on the Stockyards

Agriculture isn't all about crops and livestock, it's also about the people who choose to pursue it as a career. Working at the Glasgow Stockyards is tough, and their established, experienced staff...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    March 23, 2016

Plea Agreement in FPFAC Case

Mary Strand, her attorney Vernon Woodward, and Valley County Attorney Nick Murnion have reached a plea agreement in the embezzlement case involving the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council. The agreement will be heard by the Court at a date yet to be determin... Full story

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    March 23, 2016

Abuse Victim Still Waiting for Restitution

In 2009, former Glasgow resident Dan Burns was found guilty – per plea agreement - of sexual abuse of children, a felony, and was ordered to pay $82,352.23 in restitution to his victim. Seven years later, even after the death of Burns while he was...

 
 By James Walling    News    March 16, 2016

Burns Opens Up on Issues, Discusses Background

Republican Michael Burns is relatively new to Glasgow. Having grown up in Texas, the 27-year-old candidate for House District 33 migrated northward to be near his parents, who have resided here in...

 
 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    March 2, 2016

Scottie Boys Bow Out of Northern B

LIH-AN YANG THE COURIER The Scottie boys ended their basketball season after two consecutive losses at the Northern B Divisional Tournament this past weekend. They were defeated by the Choteau...

 
 By James Walling    News    February 24, 2016

Visiting the Land of the Rainbow Canyons

Carlos Valle (pronounced VIE-yay) had been planning on a little downtime this winter, but his clients just won't leave him alone. The photographer regularly balances what must amount to one of the...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    February 24, 2016

Officials Seek Compliance, Not Citations

The Glasgow Police Department and Valley County Sheriff Office’s jointly conducted an alcohol compliance check throughout Valley County Feb. 12-13. The first round of checks has been completed. There were 32 checks in total. Four business’s... Full story

 
 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    February 24, 2016

Poplar Upsets Malta in District 2B

It appeared that everyone who wasn’t wearing blue cheered for the Poplar Indians. Spirit soared high on the Glasgow High School hardwood Saturday night, as packed bleachers witnessed the 3-5 #3 seed Indians beat the 8-0 #1 seed Malta Mustangs in...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    February 10, 2016

Sheepish Courier Memories

The picture in the Feb. 3 issue of the Glasgow Courier triggers some additional memories concerning the early day sheep and wool industry.  Many of our Western states, including Montana, grew and prospered because of sheep.  If you sit down with ar...

 
 By Georgie Kulczyk    Opinion    February 10, 2016

Remembering Jesse

This week, at my request, the Glasgow Courier is honoring Chinook’s Jesse Dannels as Athlete of the Week. Jesse was killed in a motor vehicle accident on Sunday. As many of you know, when your child is involved in sports for any length of time,... Full story

 

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