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 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...

 By James Walling    News    August 19, 2015

Seeking Summer Memories, Merit Badges

Members of Boy Scout Troop 850 (Glasgow residents, all) took to the Missouri Aug. 4 in search of merit badges for Theatre, Pioneering, and Canoeing, as well as some good, clean fun in sun. Scout...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    August 19, 2015

Read What I Write, Not What You Think I Write

I caught crabs while in Washington. (Oh stop that!) We went out to the Straits of Juan De Fuca in a small boat that I heartily wished was a much larger boat. I didn't have a license to catch crabs. My shipmates actually caught the crabs. About a...

 By Patrick Burr    Sports    August 19, 2015

An NCAA Champion in Glasgow

Derek St. John was born in Parnell, Iowa to Trent and Laurie St. John. He graduated from Iowa City West High School in 2009, where he posted a career record of 182-9 on the mat and won two state championships. After high school, St. John enrolled at...

 By Patrick Burr    News    August 12, 2015

Glasgow's First Paint Run/Walk Makes its Mark

One hundred fifty-five strong turned out for Glasgow's first annual Wounded Warrior Project Paint Run/Walk on Saturday morning. The event was sponsored by the Glasgow High School Student Council and...

 By Georgie Kulczyk    News    August 12, 2015

Northeast Montana Relay for Life Event Begins Friday

Northeast Montana Relay for Life Event Begins Friday Georgie Kulczyk / THE COURIER Relay for Life is an American Cancer Society (ACS) event intended to raise funds for the fight against cancer. There...

 By James Walling    Opinion    August 12, 2015

I Shot the Sheriff

My mother was in town for a visit this past weekend. Dozens of kindly area residents did what they could to help me entertain the materfamilias, for which I owe many thanks. Notable among these were Sheriff Glen Meier and Tanja Fransen of NWS...

 Obituaries    August 12, 2015

David J. 'Dave' Orr

David J. "Dave" Orr, 79, of Williamsville, N.Y., died Wednesday, July 29, 2015, at the Buffalo VA Medical Center in Buffalo, N.Y., after a battle over several years with illnesses and deteriorating...

 By James Walling    News    August 5, 2015

Fair Garners Mixed Reviews, Plenty of Smiles

At press time, the 2015 Northeast Montana Fair is concluding with a finale in the way of Tuesday's Milk River Motorsports Derby. Carnival workers will then begin breaking down the midway and rides,...

 News    August 5, 2015

Crazy Days Winners Chosen

The winner of the Glasgow Courier's Crazy Days Costume Contest was The Fashionette. For their efforts, the ad they placed in the Courier will be free of charge. Pictured in the watermelon costumes... Full story

 By Georgie Kulczyk    Sports    August 5, 2015

Glasgow Swimmers Ride the Wave to State Championship

Victory is sweet – just ask any Glasgow Kiwanis swimmer. With just 29 swimmers, the Thunder brought home gold this past weekend from the state swim meet in Roundup, outscoring five other teams in...

 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    July 1, 2015

3,800 Miles, 50 Days, 8 Bikes: All for Veterans

On June 28, eight weary bicyclists pedaled their way into Glasgow. The students, from St. Paul's School (SPS) in Concord, NH, are biking across the northern US and parts of Canada to raise money and...

 By James Walling    Opinion    June 17, 2015

Courier Wins First in Column Writing, Receives Anonymous Critique

It was a good week for us here at the Courier, at least when it comes to wins and placement in the Montana Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest  Awards for 2015. Our own Sandy Laumeyer took First Place in the Column Writing category....

 By Linda and Frank Vargo    News    June 10, 2015

Shots Fired in St. Marie Raise Concerns for Area Residents

As is in any Montana town that allows easy access to firearms and open carry, it is still against the law to discharge firearms within the city limits. Not only is it a no-brainer legally, it is very dangerous and with the warmer weather, more people...

 By James Walling    Opinion    June 10, 2015

Planting Potholes, Counting Calcutta, and "Plain English" Decoded

Had a great idea last week. Or rather, Facebook tipped me off to a great idea. There are a lot of potholes around the place generally and someone shared a pic of a flower that had been planted in what appeared to be one of the many road gashes here...

 By Melissa Unger    Opinion    June 3, 2015

Artist Statement: Melissa Unger

I am a local to Glasgow, Montana and am currently a senior attending the University of Montana working toward a Major is Art Education. I plan on teaching at the Secondary level. With teaching art it...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    May 20, 2015

The Dream Comes to Life, Honoring Our Vets

Five years of hard work is finally bringing fruition to a dream. Construction is set to take place just after the Memorial Day holiday to officially break ground in Fort Peck. It's been a long road...

 By James Walling    Opinion    May 20, 2015

Astronomy or Astrology? You Decide

Astrology columns drive me crazy. People love them, I know, but it's not science. And these things are often in a newspaper, so even though every reader knows full well that the stars are about as reliable as a fortune cookie when it comes to the sub...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    May 20, 2015

Who Should Be Allowed In

This column is in response to Lih-An Yang's op-ed piece in last week's Glasgow Courier. My point is this: Had Ms. Yang researched some of my columns on immigration reform she would have seen I fully favor immediate citizenship for those folks who...

 By James Walling    Opinion    May 13, 2015

Movie Reviews, Clean Copy and Civil Discourse

A good chunk of my professional background is in film criticism—I have served as a staff critic at home and internationally—but I actually have something better for you in the way of movie reviews. D.K. Holm is a Portland-based film critic and...

 News    May 13, 2015

Glasgow Courier Back At the Rundle Building

A blast from the past from Courierland. This photo was taken when the Glasgow Courier still sat in the Rundle Building basement. Starting from the left is an unknown, Joe Martincoski, Emerald Lee,... Full story

 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    May 6, 2015

Softball Team Headed To Conference 4-1

The Glasgow softball team put two more Ws under its belt last week and is entering the Glasgow Softball Slam this weekend as the No. 2 team to beat, just one game back behind No. 1 Conrad. The first...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 29, 2015

Agencies Work Together To Create Community Fire Truck

Last year The Courier reported on a truck donated from Hi-Line Ford by Norm Sillerud to be remodeled into a firetruck to be used in Valley County. That truck was completed and has just found a home...


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