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Scottie Grapplers Claim First at Choteau Classic

The Glasgow Scottie wrestling team traveled to Choteau this past weekend for the 2020 Choteau Classic. Going up against 33 teams, the Scotties clinched first place with 173 team points beating out Saint Ignatius at second with 114.5 points and...

 

Albertsons Buys Former Shopko Property

A special warranty deed filed with the Valley County Clerk and Recorder’s Office states that the property formerly owned by Shopko has been transferred to Albertsons LLC. The transfer presumably sets up the possibility that the local Albertsons...

 

Stone's Next Battle

When I met Joyce Stone for the first official time at Soma Dis Deli on Jan. 10, it was obvious that she was not like most of the political candidates I had interviewed in past and current races. She...

 

EMTs Turn Out in Glasgow For STAT Air Training

According to organizer and STAT Air Ambulance Clinical Nurse Manager Kyle Gibson, 65 people came out to attend a bi-annual continuing education training put on by the organization. Gibson described su...

 

GPD: DB's Burglarized, Three DUIs in the City

The Glasgow Police Department has charged a 55-year-old Glasgow man with felony burglary and theft after he was discovered leaving DB’s Bar and Casino in the late evening hours of Jan. 10. According to Sgt. Robert Weber with the GPD, two officers...

 

Scottie Boys and Girls Face Tough Week on the Court

The Glasgow Scotties boys and girls basketball teams faced two tough match ups last week. The first on Jan. 10 in Harlem pitted the Scotties against the Wildcats and then in Glasgow on Jan. 11 the Sco...

 

Scotties Claim Sixth at Cowboy Classic

The Glasgow Scotties finished sixth at the Cowboy Classic in Miles City last weekend, Jan. 10 and 11. The hometown grapplers finished behind class A and AA powerhouses Billings Skyview, Billings West,...

 

Scottie Orators Win Another

The Glasgow Scottie Speech and Drama teams made their way to Sidney on Jan. 4 to compete in their annual invitational, which drew a large swathe of Class A, B and C schools from the region. The meet...

 

The Avengers

The Glasgow Scottie wrestlers braved weather and distance to take on 31 different schools at the Tom LeProwse Bozeman Invitational on Jan. 3 and 4 for the first set of bouts in the newly minted 2020...

 

Scottie Ballers Beat Poplar

The Scottie boys and girls basketball teams played a combination of four games over the last week meeting up with Poplar on their home court on Jan. 2 before heading to Glendive on Jan. 4 to take on...

 

A Jubilant Convocation

A convocation (also called a jubilee or a tower) of bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) has settled in at Fort Peck Dam over the past few weeks. The birds, which number in the tens to hundreds, are...

 

Scottie Grapplers Take on Holiday Classic

The Glasgow Scottie wrestlers traveled to Great Falls to take on 58 teams at the C.M. Russell Holiday Wrestling Classic. The two-day tournament took place on Dec. 20 and 21 and followed on the heels...

 

Scottie Ballers Split With Win/Loss to Sidney

The Scottie girls basketball team claimed a crushing victory over the Sidney Eagles 66 – 32 at their face off on Dec. 20 in Sidney. The Scottie boys did not fair as well after losing a hard fought battle with a loss of 52 – 50. The Scottie girls...

 

Mayor Swears in Half of Next Year's Council

Glasgow Mayor Becky Erickson kicked off the Dec. 17 city council meeting by swearing in one new and two returning members of the Glasgow City Council. Swearing in were returning councilmen Butch Heitman, representing Ward 2, and Rod Karst, who repres...

 

City Stresses Snow Removal Ordinance Heading into Winter Season

The City of Glasgow is reminding residents that the city requires that homeowners, tenants and business owners clear the snow from sidewalks adjacent to their properties during the winter months. In a statement provided to The Courier the city said,...

 

Valley County Man Dies of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

A 70-year-old Valley County man is dead from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning after a malfunction from a heating system installed in the man’s home leaked the gas into the home’s living area, said Valley County Sheriff and Coroner Tom Boyer....

 

Scottie Speech Team Claims First in Malta

The Glasgow Scottie Speech and Drama teams traveled to Malta on Dec. 14 for that school's speech and drama meet. The Scottie Speech team reclaimed their position on the top of the team point scores...

 

Scotties Host 24th Annual Scottie Invitational

The Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Team fell just out of the top three at the Scottie Invitational on Dec. 14 claiming fourth place with 119 points. The Scottie grapplers placed behind three Class A school...

 

Scottie BBall Teams Play Three Away Last Week

The Scottie boys and girls basketball teams hit the road last week to play three games against the North Country Mavericks on Dec. 12 in Saco before heading to Red Lodge to play the Red Lodge Rams on...

 

A Decade of Crime Stats in Montana

A Decade of Crime Stats in Montana A.J. ETHERINGTON THE COURIER Crime statistics have become a tool in the race for Montana Attorney General over the last few months with statistics being thrown around to prove their points. We were left wondering...

 

Grapplers Fight Hard Battle at Eagle Invite

The Glasgow Scottie Wrestlers made their way to the Sidney Eagle Invitational this past weekend to test their skills on the mat against some of the finest grapplers from Montana, North Dakota and...

 

MT DOC Rescinds HOME Grant Earmarked for Nemont Manor

The Montana Department of Commerce (DOC) has officially rescinded a $492,000 HOME Investment Partnership Program grant awarded to the City of Glasgow and earmarked for the delayed Nemont Manor renovation. In a letter sent to Glasgow Mayor Becky...

 

Laffin Finds Friends, Humor, Success in Speech and Drama

Talon Laffin has had an "interesting" speech and drama career over the last three years says head coach Jodi Griffin with a knowing smile. The Glasgow High School junior had performed in Humorous Duo...

 

An Education Campaign

The Glasgow School’s Board of Trustees met at a “working meeting” Nov. 20 at the school district headquarters in Glasgow, to set up and advise an action committee that will spearhead the school district’s efforts to promote and pass the upcom...

 

A Festival of Trees Testifies to Community's Generosity

The newly founded HOPE Project, having spun off from the local Relay for Life Committee, continued the tradition of auctioning off Christmas trees at their annual Festival of Trees at the Elks' Lodge...

 

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