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Lack of Power and Rainy Weather Did Not Stop Middle of Nowhere BBQ

The weather didn't cooperate. The power didn't cooperate. The participants, however, did cooperate. Team Kastet proved themselves to be champions in more ways than one this past weekend at the second...

 

Opheim Welcomes New Faculty

The school may be small, but that does not mean it is not strong. While the number of students has dwindled over the years, the school remains committed to keeping the doors open for the students and...

 

Thistle and Thread Opens Storefront in Wolf Point

Back in March, Glasgow residents Ashley Kemmis and Brianna Page began kicking around an idea. In the wake of Shopko announcing it was closing all of its store locations, including Glasgow, the two...

 

Starting Off On The Right Foot

"This will be a good year." If the season opener for the Glasgow Scottie football team is any indicator, those words from Assistant Coach Levi Sugg may prove to be an understatement. The boys in red...

 

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

A group of superheros and their sidekicks swooped into Sunnyside on Sept. 1 to conquer the course in the Superhero golf tournament. For nine holes of scramble play, the young heroes and their adult...

 

Trade War Uncertainty Continues

On Aug. 26, President Trump expressed optimism over developments in trade negotiations with China. Talks are expected to resume despite conflicting claims from the American administration and Chinese officials about communications between the two...

 

Three New Victors Crowned at Sunnyside

There can be only one. Or two. Okay, three. There are three new victors at Sunnyside Golf & Country Club. After 36 holes of golf on Aug. 24 and 25, Sunnyside crowned several new club champions. Pr...

 

Everything's Coming Up Golden

The 50th anniversary season at the Fort Peck Summer Theatre is soon coming to an end. And what a fitting end it is. The last show at the theatre on the lake is On Golden Pond. The season ender is more than just a show for this crew, showcasing...

 

Red Sunny Cup – They Have a Trophy

"That was a good win for Glasgow." That rather understated summation of the Men's Ryder Cup Golf Tournament was offered by Ed Hopfauf. In fact, the tournament was dominated by the home team from begin...

 

Red Cup, Blue Cup Malta Claims Ryder Cup for First Time

Sooner or later, every dynasty falls. Such was the case Aug. 17, when the Glasgow Women's Golf Team traveled to Malta for the annual Ryder Cup Championship Tournament. After years of domination, the...

 

New Supe for You

A young couple, both teachers and recently graduated from college, left Montana headed for New Mexico, believing that was where they wanted to be. However, after one year of teaching fifth grade in...

 

From Page to Stage

They camped. They sang. They laughed. Some may even have cried a little as they said their farewells to the Fort Peck Summer Theatre's Performing Arts Camp. Family and friends packed the seats at the...

 

Dr. Al Olszewski Campaigns in Glasgow

In a Republican three-way, primary race for the governor's seat, Al Olszewski is seeking a way to distinguish himself. "I'm the only veteran in the race," he told the Courier in a sit-down interview....

 

Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble

The sun may have taken its time making an appearance Aug. 10 at Sunnyside Country Club, but that did not slow down the golfers who took to the fairway for the annual Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball...

 

Fishin' and Remission

The 12th Annual Fishin' for the Cure Tournament was held Aug. 3, at Rock Creek Marina at Fort Peck. Randy Redfern hooked first-place for walleye, while Oddvar Idland snagged the Northern first-place...

 

Not Hard to Say: Fair Finale a Hit

On a clear night closing out the Northeast Montana Fair Aug. 3, the stars were center stage in front of the grandstands. Warming up the crowd was 32 Below, from Fargo, N.D. The band, who has shared a...

 

FPST Serves up Salsa and Brews

Normally, one expects to see actors front and center, but on July 28, it was the stage that was, well, center stage at the Busted Knuckle Brewery in Glasgow. Sunday evening, hot off the opening weekend of Peter Pan, the Fort Peck Summer Theatre crew...

 

FORE the Kids Awards Scholarships To Three GHS Grads

Twenty-three two-person teams took to the links on July 28, to raise funds for scholarships for Scottie golfers. Though the legendary northeast Montana wind was blowing, there were plenty of great...

 

Search Ends Close to Home

The Glasgow School Board met July 26 in the school administration building to interview two candidates for the superintendent position. Lisa Stroh, Ph.D., currently of the Poplar School district, and...

 

Golfers Trim Green and Scores for Mow 'Em Short Tourney

A lot of planning goes into the annual Mow 'Em Short Tournament held on July 27 at Sunnyside Country Club and that planning paid off. "The tourney went so smoothly," stated Sunnyside Manager Andy...

 

For the Love of Dog

He was homeward bound, but stuck on the wrong side of the river. Spike, a Boston terrier and member of the Seth and Alicia Morehouse family, went missing from the boat ramp at Flat Lake on July 6.... Full story

 

Stone Kicks off Campaign

Under a big tent, shielded from the sun at the Fort Peck Marina, Joyce Stone kicked off her Republican primary campaign for Montana House District 33. Stone is seeking the seat currently held by Casey Knudsen (R), of Malta, who ran unopposed in 2018.... Full story

 

Reds' Rollercoaster Weekend Ends the Season

The Glasgow Reds traveled to Laurel this past weekend in a bid to triumph at the District Tournament and earn a slot at the state baseball tournament. However, a couple of tough losses ended their hopes for the 2019 season. On Thursday, July 18, the... Full story

 

Hinsdale Volunteer Ambulance Service Raises Funds At Annual Pie Auction

Taking a break from providing palliative care, the Hinsdale Volunteer Ambulance Service was at Milk River Days to provide some palate care. Loading up a table or two at the park on July 4th with appro...

 
 By Gwendolyne Honrud    News    July 3, 2019

FPST Celebrates Golden Anniversary

From wondering whether there would be a next season to wondering which shows to put on next season, that is how far the Fort Peck Summer Theatre has come in 50 years. And there is so much more to...

 

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