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 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...

 
 By Jim Orr    Opinion    April 22, 2015

Turn The Page

Five years, four months. That's how long I've been publisher of The Glasgow Courier – definitely the fastest and among the most rewarding five years, four months, of my life. This edition of The Courier is the last with me as publisher. I've accept... Full story

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    April 22, 2015

I Remember Him Like It Was Yesterday

My first memory of The Glasgow Courier was when it was published in the office located in the Rundle Building. There have been many changes since that time, not only in location, but staff and editors. And what a change to have colored pictures in...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 22, 2015

Hinsdale Track & Field

BY JIM ORR THE COURIER The Hinsdale Raiders look to refine their track and field performances over the next few weeks, starting with their annual Jean Dreikosen Memorial Track Meet on Friday at Scotti... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 22, 2015

Nashua Track & Field

With nine career PRs at their own meet and another couple of weeks before District, the Nashua Porcupines are "a work in progress," coach Ryen Faulkenstern told The Courier.. "The boys had a real...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 15, 2015

Worker Camps: Glasgow Takes Look

First Of Two Parts A small group from Glasgow made the trip out to Williston last week to get an inside look at what the workforce camps might look like in Valley County if the TransCanada Keystone... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 15, 2015

Golfers Tee Off, Baillargeon Places Ninth At Forsyth

One outing under its belt, the Scottie golf team is a work in progress with the meat of its schedule arriving this week. Coach Dave Riggin told The Courier that he looks to firm up the lineups for the top five golfers on the girls and boys sides....

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 15, 2015

Scotties Building, Enjoying Tyra Time

The Glasgow Scotties open their conference schedule this weekend, but not before two more Class A games this week. With a 3-0 early season record against higher Class A competition, coach Mark Falcon is looking for his softball team to keep up the...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    April 8, 2015

Health Dept. Gets Busy

It’s going to be a month of activities and education for the Valley County Health Department. The department will be focusing on a few different issues, as this is Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness month and next week is National Public...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 8, 2015

Qualifiers Meet Monday At GHS

The Scottie Qualifiers Meet at GHS next week is looking like a box of chocolates. You just don't know what you're going to get. But here they go. Montana spring weather permitting, the Glasgow track... Full story

 
 By Frank and Linda Vargo    News    April 1, 2015

Training Benefits Area Firefighters

The firefighting training by the Valley Event Center and fairgrounds parking lot last Saturday was put on by Safe-Fire LLC out of Wyoming. Glasgow Fire Chief Brandon Brunelle told The Courier that...

 
 By Karen Bender    Opinion    April 1, 2015

I've Thought Long And Hard

I have thought long and hard about some of the articles that have appeared in The Courier these past weeks, the ones written by Virgil Vaupel, Susan Watterson, Bonnie Davidson and Joann Beard. I feel there is more that should be said because there...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    April 1, 2015

Scottie Softball Heads To Williston At 2-0

The young 2-0 Scotties softball team has season opening wins over Class A Havre and Dawson County under its belt going into the game Thursday at Williston. Skipper Mark Falcon's visiting squad led throughout in its 6-4 victory over the Blue Ponies...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 25, 2015

Words Of Warning

First Of Two Parts Advocate, speaker and survivor of human trafficker Windie Lazenko made a stop in Glasgow last week. Her topic was a difficult one that doesn't normally draw large crowds, but... Full story

 

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