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Judge Blocks Keystone XL Pipeline

The following release was provided by the Sierra Club in regards to the Keystone XL Pipeline: A federal judge ruled today, Nov. 8, that the Trump administration violated bedrock U.S. environmental laws when approving a federal permit for...

FMDH Now Offering Alternative Therapies

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital unveiled last week a new way to decrease preoperative anxiety, which in turn will decrease postoperative anxiety, pain and nausea, by introducing two alternative medical therapies. At no additional charge to the...

City Council Takes Out Loan to Buy Equipment

The Glasgow City Council met at their normal meeting on Nov. 5, in the council chambers. The meeting discussed a number of agenda items ranging from closing the city office the day after Thanksgiving to deciding whether to loan over $380,000 from...

Dream Becomes Reality with New Gymnastics and Clogging Studio

Area residents might have noticed there is a new addition to downtown Glasgow. Hi-Line Clogging and Gymnastics, owned and operated by Tiffany Ross and her husband, Dr. Kevin Ross, provides the...

State Election Results

At press time the races for Senate, House, Public Service Commission and Clerk of Supreme Court had not been definitively reported. Projected leads showed Jon Tester with a slight lead over Matt Rosendale and Greg Gianforte had a seven point lead...

County Election Results

County election results are in and the results are: Mary Armstrong will be the next member of the Valley County Commission; Taryn Stebleton will be the next Clerk and Recorder; and Christina Hillman will hold on to her seat as the Justice of the... Full story

TOM BOYER TO BE NEXT VC SHERIFF

In an amazing landslide write-in victory carrying nearly 60 percent of the total vote, Tom Boyer became Valley County's next sheriff. Total results were write-in 2,270 to Joe Horn's 1,459 with Boyer...

Correction: Drop Off Operation Christmas Child Boxes at Glasgow Evangelical Church

The article Operation Christmas Child Kicks Off 25th Year; Collection Site in Glasgow Opens on Nov. 12 incorrectly stated for those who would like to track their box do not need to drop the box off at a drop-off site. Every shoebox needs a $9...

Bullock Selects GHS Senior for Leadership Conference in D.C.

GHS senior Alexandra "Lexie" Pehlke got quite a surprise while in Helena at the Jobs for Montana's Graduates (JMG) 25th annual LEAD conference on Oct. 30. She was one of four students selected by...

Strommen Resigns from Sheriff's Office

Valley County Sheriff Vernon Buerkle reported that former Undersheriff and Deputy Luke Strommen has resigned his position at the Sheriff’s Office. Buerkle stated that Strommen’s letter cited “personal reasons” as the justification for his...

In Agreement on Poll Results and Campaigning

Dear Editor, I agree 100 percent with Sandy Laumeyer's article in the last addition of the Courier. I agree that the reporting of poll results before all polls are closed is wrong. A time frame for...

Tax Bill Keeps Going Up

Dear Editor, I received my property tax bill the other day. Needless to say, it wasn't less than that of a year ago, which gave me pause to think. I went back through my records to the tax year...

Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor Overnight?

Remember all of the different flavors of chewing gum that were available to us in our teen years? Remember the old song, “Does your chewing gum lose its flavor on the bed post overnight? If your mother says don’t chew it, do you swallow it in...

Fredrick 'Fred' William Eckard

Fredrick "Fred" William Eckard, 69, passed away Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018, in his sleep at home in St. Marie, Mont. He was battling multiple illnesses at the time of his passing. He was born to Martin... Full story

Larry 'Skip' Wayne Vegge

Larry "Skip" Wayne Vegge, 73, of Cheyenne, Wyo., passed away Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, at his home. He was born July 14, 1945, in Glasgow, Mont., to Arthur and Thelma Vegge. He was a water treatment... Full story

Elsie Belzer

Elsie Evelina (Lingle) Cusker Belzer, 94, passed from this world the morning of Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, at Sidney Extended Care, Sidney, Mont. Memorial service is 11 a.m., Friday, Nov. 9, at the... Full story

Hinsdale Seven Contributed Heavily to 2018 Scottie Football Season

Seven young men from Hinsdale made up nearly one-third of the Scottie football roster this past season. That being said, you could assume that as a group they were key players for the Scotties. You...

Lady Scotties Cap Season with Loss to Shelby at Divisional Tournament

The Lady Scottie volleyball team was in Cut Bank Nov. 1 and 2 for the Northern B Divisional Tournament. Their chase for hardware and a place in the state tournament came to an end Friday afternoon...

Lady Mavs Finish With One Win at Divisionals

Following a clutch performance at the District 3C tournament on Oct. 26, the Lady Mavericks made their way to the divisional tournament held in Sidney, Nov. 2 and 3. The North Country girls faced...

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch Nov. 2018

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Cat McIntyre Reflects on Her Art

Local working artist Cathryn (formerly Reitler) McIntyre's work is easy to describe but, maybe, difficult to understand, while still being aesthetically enjoyable. McIntyre's work has been...

World Renowned Violinist and Associate Visit Prairie Ridge and Valley View Home

International violinist Jack Glatzer, along with his associate, Dr. Margaret Hereld, delighted residents and staff at both Prairie Ridge and Valley View Home on Oct. 31. A total of 18 Head Start...

Winter's Early Onset

A last mowing to suck up leaves from the lawn has been accomplished. The mower is stored for the winter, with the addition of a shot of Sta-bil in the gas tank to prevent gumminess next spring. All... Full story

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