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 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 17, 2014 

Speech & Drama Team Has Most Excellent Time In Billings

The Glasgow speech and drama team attended the Billings Central High School Invitational Meet to compete against excellent competition – nearly 300 competitors from 24 other teams – and did well,...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 10, 2014

Storm Spotters Go National

By Bonnie Davidson The Courier The annual Skywarn Radio event took place this weekend at the National Weather Service in Glasgow. They started broadcasting around 5 p.m. Friday and continued through Saturday at 5 p.m. It sounded a little like a...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 10, 2014

Building Blocks Placed

The rebuilding has begun for Glasgow High School's storied wrestling program. This year's bigger and better version of the mat Scotties, with 15 roster members, placed 10th among 22 teams at last... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 10, 2014

Scottie Hoops: Season Opens With Mixed Results For Boys, Girls

Opening day at Glendive for the basketball Scotties brought mixed results. The boys wore down a young Class A Dawson County team, 58-37, in their first step to return to the state tournament. The girls, with a majority of their roster sophomores...

 
 Sports    December 10, 2014

Holter, Sigmundstad, Jamba Pace S&D Team

The Glasgow Speech & Drama team had been scheduled to participate in the Hardin Invitational last week but instead went to Wolf Point to support the nearby rival's first S&D meet in 15 years. The results were good, Scottie coach Matt Beacon told The... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    News    December 3, 2014

Dinner Is Served

The weather outside was a bit frightful, but the feast inside was delightful. After the morning's freezing rain melted, 170 plates of traditional holiday meals were served at the 24th annual Valley... Full story

 
 By Valley County Fair Commission    Opinion    December 3, 2014

A Word From The County Fair Commission

Creating desired results in challenging times was the opening for the 89th Rocky Mountain Fair Convention held Nov. 13-15. At present there are 111 fairs in this association and 168 service members. For those of you who are not familiar, this is one... Full story

 
 News    November 19, 2014

Courier A Day Early For Thanksgiving

The Glasgow Courier will be published a day early next week in observance of Thanksgiving. Your hometown paper will roll off the press on Tuesday, rather than the usual Wednesday, so everyone in the area can get it before the Thursday holiday--at... Full story

 
 By Donna Dascher    Opinion    November 19, 2014

Article On Deputy Campaign Complaints Misleading

Dear Editor: The article on the deputy campaign complaints on Wednesday, Nov. 5 was misleading. De minimis – adj. (dee-minnie-miss) Latin for “of minimum importance.” It is not “application de minimis, it is “de minimis.” The meaning is...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 12, 2014

The Dream Ends In Final Seconds

What the Glasgow football team won was the heart of an invigorated Scottie Nation. What they lost was their first game of the season and a shot at the state Class B championship that many considered... Full story

 
 By Dean Johnson    Sports    November 12, 2014

I Remember Ed Boos; I Always Will

I recently received a Glasgow Courier on my front step here in Gig Harbor, Wash., and was puzzled as to why I received it. I then remembered I went online a few weeks ago to look for an obit on an...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 12, 2014

Volleyball Scotties Please Coach In Defeat

No. 4 tries harder. The Glasgow Scotties, the fourth and final team coming out of 2B in last week's Class B Northern Divisional Tournament, proved to be most competitive against eventual champion Choteau and then old rival Plentywood. The Scotties...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    November 5, 2014

Deputy Campaign Complaints Addressed

Two campaign complaints – one by Joe Horn, the other from Donna Dascher – that were filed at the commissioner of political practices office against the Valley County Sheriff's Deputies have come to a close. Findings revealed that the deputies...

 
 By Jim Orr    News    November 5, 2014

Wanted: Your Recipes

What's cooking, Courier readers? You're invited to again submit your recipes to be featured in The Courier's annual holiday cooking special section on Wednesday, Nov. 19. Courier readers from near and far last year submitted nearly 100 recipes for... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 5, 2014

Divisionals Achieved

When the volleyball Scotties qualified for the Class B Northern Divisional Tournament, it was a goal achieved for the young squad. But once they get there, tourney host and favorite Choteau awaits in... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 5, 2014

Here They Go Again

Glasgow-Conrad, the sequel, brings more, more, more to you than did the first MaxPreps Top 10 clash two weeks ago between the Scotties and Cowboys. More is at stake. The winner in Saturday's 1 p.m....

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 5, 2014

Porkies Representing County At Divisionals

The Lady Porcupines of Nashua, Valley County's sole survivor in Class C volleyball, take a short drive on the team bus to Glasgow tomorrow for their opener in the Eastern C Divisional Tournament against 1C runner-up Richey-Lambert Fusion squad. The P...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 29, 2014

Did You Hear Something Go Bump In The Night?

Montana is full of rich history, the stuff that movies are made of. That rich history includes cowboys and Indians, vast cattle and horse ranches and citizens flooding to try and tame the wild land...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 29, 2014

The French Honor Local Veterans

An emotional response could be spotted by family, friends and veterans during a short ceremony where three local heroes received one of the highest and most known awards given in France. The local...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 29, 2014

100 Years Ago: Montana Women Gained Right To Vote

Voters will head to the polls next week. All races and all genders will take their right to vote for the politicians who will hopefully stand up for their beliefs. This year it is a special year, a year that marks when Montana women gained the right...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    October 29, 2014

Districts Next For No. 3 GHS

A nine-day break ends and the postseason begins Thursday for the Scotties at the MHSA District 2B Volleyball Tournament at Plentywood. Glasgow, which last played Oct. 21 in a three-game victory at... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    October 29, 2014

Postseason Gold Rush Begins

Montana's top-ranked Class B football Scotties are sitting at 9 and 0 with four to go in their pursuit of the championship. The Big Dawgs, No. 1 in the statewide MaxPreps standings, begin their post...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 22, 2014

Meier-Horn Campaign Complaints Continue

With campaign season coming close to an end, a flurry of ads are being placed by candidates and their supporters. Some ads brought about a complaint filed Oct. 15 against the Valley County Sheriff Deputies by Donna Dascher and Joe Horn. The...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 22, 2014

State And Federal Candidates: Here's A Look At Them

As election season comes towards a close and voters, who might not have kept up with all the changes in the last few months, might be wondering who made it to the final ballot. As sometimes heated battles have come up between the candidates there hav...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    Opinion    October 22, 2014

Trick Or Treat For The Troops

For the third year, Eastern Montana Glasgow Head Start will trick or treat for a cause. A group of Head Start kids will go out into the community to collect items for the troops on Halloween in hopes to make a soldier's day a little bit brighter.... Full story

 

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