Week of July 17, 2024

  • Glasgow Reds Take Third In Williston Tournament

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier

    The Glasgow Reds improved their overall record to 12-17 last week with a 5-1 run. The Reds defeated the Richland County Patriots 10-7 and 11-1 July 10 before traveling to Williston, N.D., July 12-14. Glasgow opened the Williston Tournament with a 3-2 win over the Surrey Blue Sox and a 7-2 loss against Rapid City, Friday. They defeated Bismarck 15-0 the following day and closed out the weekend with a 7-3 win over the Williston Oilers to take third place in the Tournament. In their first game...

  • GKST Thunder Relay Teams Win Three In Lewistown

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier

    The Thunder relay teams brought home three first places from the swim meet in Lewistown July 6 and 7. The Mixed 9-10 Thunder won the 100 free and the 100 medley while the GKST Mixed 15-19 claimed the top spot in the 200 free. Individually, Dayton Markle swam away with first place in the Boys 8 & Under 25 fly while Abigail Kulczyk won the Girls 15-19 50 fly. Kulczyk also took second in the 200 IM for her age group. Kimber Dulaney finished second in the Girls 15-19 back. Molly Miller took second...

  • Hunter Education In-Person Class Offered

    Montana FWP, For the Courier

    A Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Hunter Education classroom course and online field day has been set for the Glasgow area. In person course: An in-person classroom course will take place in the evenings Aug. 12-16 from 5:15 p.m.-9 p.m. The classes will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, adjacent to the FWP office, with the field day at the Valley Co. Rifle and Pistol Club. In-person, instructor-led hunter education classroom courses are available to anyone age 10 and older and provide new hunters with a hands-on...

  • Miles City's Dalton Reid Named GHS AD

    Glasgow Public Schools, For the Courier

    Glasgow High School announces the hiring of Dalton Reid as the school’s new Athletic Director. Reid will assume the leadership role in August, taking over for Brenner Flaten, who spent 10 years as AD of the Scotties. Flaten was hired as the District’s Superintendent of Schools last month. In addition to his role as K-12 Activities Director, Reid will join the school’s Physical Education department as lead Strength and Conditioning Coach. Dalton Reid is a Miles City, Mont., native and a 2012 CCDHS graduate; who was a multi-sport athlete...

  • Governor Gianforte, FWP Offer Appreciation To Valley County Block Management Landowner

    For the Courier

    Joining Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP), Governor Greg Gianforte July 11 visited with a longtime partner of the Block Management Program in Valley County to thank him for his partnership and celebrate increasing hunting access for Montanans. "Through Block Management, Montanans have access to nearly eight million acres of private land to hunt and recreate, and even more when considering the access those acres provide to adjacent or isolated public lands," Gov. Gianforte said. "I'm...

  • Tradition, Trial, And Targeted Implementation

    Ranchers Stewardship Alliance, For the Courier

    Beneath wispy clouds set in a blindingly blue sky where Montana and Saskatchewan become indistinguishable from one another sits the Louie Petrie Ranch, an exemplary model in ranch tradition, innovative trial, and targeted implementation. It's on this land outside of Turner where you'll find multiple generations strategizing for the long-term viability of the ranch originally homesteaded in 1901. "If you improve the resource, you're improving your bottom line," says Tyrel Obrecht, a...

  • Members Of Valley County's 4-H Clubs Met With Senator Steve Daines

  • Law Enforcement Report

    For the week of June 16 through 23, there were six motor vehicle stops, one report of a missing dog, five reports of loose livestock and three reports of dog bites. For the week of June 24 through 29, there were 20 motor vehicle stops, four reports of loose livestock, three reports of loose dogs, one request for a VIN inspection, three reports for a building check, two reports of a deer being hit by a vehicle, and two public assist calls that did not have any further information provided. Tuesday, June 18 2232 – Reporting party said he saw...

  • Make Sure To Register Your Children For School

    Glasgow Superintendent Brenner Flaten, For the Courier

    We are gearing up for an outstanding year within the Glasgow Public School System! If you have a child that would like to attend this coming school year, please take the time to get them properly registered before we hit the month of August. We are welcoming everyone to our District and we are proud of what we will be able to offer each individual and their families. If your child will be NEW to our district and did not attend school with us this past year, please visit our school website at www.glasgow.k12.mt.us and click on the “IC Online...

  • Whom Should You Choose As A Trustee?

    Edward Jones Financial Advisor CFP Arron Franzen, For the Courier

    When drawing up your estate plans, you might find it useful to create a revocable or irrevocable trust, either of which can help your estate avoid probate court and give you significant control over how and when your assets are distributed. But who should oversee your trust? As the person who established the trust — known as the “grantor” or “settlor” — you can also namea yourself as trustee. However, this may not be the best move, particularly if the trust is irrevocable. An irrevocable trust protects the assets in the trust from...

  • Vacation Bible School Held In Opheim

    Janet Bailey, For the Courier

    Vacation Bible School was held at the Opheim Community Church on July 10-12. The theme for the Bible School was "I Am A Friend of God." The children have learned about ordinary men who were friends with the King of the Universe! This was an Inspiration for their "everyday" lives. An "ice cream social" climaxed the event on Friday...

  • Lustre News

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier

    Temperatures at Lustre were in the upper 90’s this week, and thankfully cooled down in the evening somewhat. Sunsets were beautiful. A farewell service was held by the Lustre Community Bible on Sunday morning, July 7, for Dan and Melissa Marasco and their family. They have been part of Lustre for 14 years and Dan served as chairman of the board for Beacon Bible Camp, was a Bible teacher the past 14 years and music teacher for both schools this past year. His Bible teaching was akin to being able to attend Bible College, and very much...

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled by Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier

    10 Years Ago Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Glasgow's Candy Cane Park is getting a whole new look that will be sweet when it's completed. The park that had gravel and not much for shade will be sporting grass and trees by late summer. The city has set aside and budgeted for the park over the last two years, and last week the project got started. The park will get grass, a sprinkler system, some new playground equipment, trees and a watering system to keep the trees green. Sarah Morales participated...

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