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Biden Intends to Rescind Keystone XL Permit

In yet another setback to TC Energy and the building of the Keystone XL pipeline, CBC in Canada was first to report on Jan. 17 confirmation of President-elect Joe Biden's intent to rescind the KXL...

 

Scottie Grapplers Grapple Grueling Week

Pretty happy. That's where coach Jory Casterline is with his wrestling squad a few weeks into the season while acknowledging the team has room for improvement. The Scottie team is adjusting to season...

 

Scottie Girls Win Two

The Glasgow Scottie girls basketball team reviewed their earlier losses, worked on their weak areas during practice and applied those lessons to their games this past weekend. The results were...

 

Scottie Boys Split Games

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team dropped their home game against the Harlem Wildcats on Thursday, but bounced back to take a 20-point win over the Poplar Indians on the road Saturday. Keigan S...

 

19U Ice Dawgs Sweep Salmon

The 19U Ice Dawgs celebrated Elizabeth Nyquist and Shanice Lagerquist in dramatic fashion this weekend, giving them three wins at home over the visiting Salmon Rapids. S. Lagerquist racked up five goa...

 

Hockey Is For Every Body

Each sport has its own unique sounds. The crack of a baseball bat connecting with a ball. The squeak of high tops on the basketball court. The thump of football pads colliding at the snap. A hockey...

 

Scottie Boys Wage Comeback to Beat Mavericks

Keigan Skolrud got the opening tip off for the Glasgow Scotties over the North Country Mavericks on Thursday, Jan. 7 in the Glasgow High School gymnasium. He would go on to lead all scorers with 23...

 

Mavericks Defeat Scotties in Glasgow

From the moment the North Country Mavericks won the tip off against the Glasgow Scotties they were in control of the game. The visitors went on to win decisively 49-33 led by Jaycee Erickson's 19 poin...

 

19U Ice Dawgs Drop Two to Fusion

The 19U Ice Dawgs hosted their first home games this past weekend, facing off twice against the Flathead Fusion. Glasgow dropped their games on Jan. 8 and 9 to the visitors, who sported a far deeper b...

 

ScottieWrestlers Take Three of Four Over Weekend

The Glasgow wrestlers hosted their home opener Friday, Jan. 7, the first of eight events this season in Glasgow, before traveling to Cut Bank for another triangular on Saturday. Glasgow faced off agai...

 

COVID-19 Update for Valley County

GWENDOLYNE HONRUD THE COURIER Valley County coronavirus cases continue to hold steady in the single digits as of press time. The state map shows Valley County with seven active cases as of Jan. 4. The last update from the Valley County Health...

 

Glasgow Wrestlers Start Season with Two Wins

The Glasgow wrestling squad traveled to Columbus on Jan. 2 to kick off their delayed season with match ups against Columbus and Huntley Project. The Scotties brought home two wins, defeating Columbus 48-27 and beating Huntley Project 33-29. Damon Adk...

 

Helena Bighorns Upend Glasgow Ice Dawgs

The Glasgow High School Ice Dawgs hosted the Helena Bighorns over the New Year's weekend for four games. The Dawgs dropped all four games by double digits and frustrations spilled onto the ice and...

 

Scottie Girls Lose Home Opener Against M-ettes

The Glasgow Scottie girls basketball team dropped their home opener against the Malta M-ettes on Saturday night. The Jan. 2 game saw Malta walk away with a 55-38 victory after they capitalized on a st...

 

Scottie Boys Fall to Malta

The Scotties did not get the start they wanted to their 2021 basketball season. The home squad, decked out in their red road uniforms for Color Rush night, fell to the visiting Malta Mustangs, 57-40....

 

County Receives CDBG Grant

The Valley County Commissioners received word from Governor Steve Bullock on Dec. 21 that the county had been selected for A community Development Block Grant. The $450,000 grant award is for water system upgrades to water mains, a storage tank and...

 

Eyes Locked on Back-to-Back State Championships

There are going to be a lot of eyes on Glasgow this year, the attention focused on the defending state wrestling champions. Coaches and wrestlers alike will be looking to unseat the Scotties from...

 

Scotties Hit Hardwood in Red and White Games

The Glasgow Scotties hit the hardwood floor for their annual Red and White Basketball scrimmages last Tuesday evening, Dec. 22. In keeping with 2020, this year's scrimmages were different - no...

 

Phipps Named to Shrine Game Roster

Mayson Phipps continues to rack up the football honors. The Glasgow senior was one of four defensive linemen to be named to the East Roster for the 2021 Montana East-West Shrine Game. The annual football contest is scheduled to take place June 19,...

 

Glasgow School Board Changes Policy on Extracurricular Activities

At a special meeting held Monday, Dec. 14, the Glasgow School Board voted to update their policy on extracurricular activity participation by distance learners. The new 1908 policy allows for coaches and advisors to allow students who are currently e...

 

Ramblin' Man Ron Garwood Hosts Book Signing

Ron Garwood's stories flow like a river from him, bending into an unexpected oxbow as the story twists and turns, drifting off into tributaries as asides from the main flow, and erupting into rapids a...

 

HS Ice Dawgs Drop Non-conference Game to Richland

In an unusual weeknight game, the High School Ice Dawgs took on the Richland Rangers in a late addition to the schedule at the Valley Event Center. The Dawgs dropped the non-conference game in which...

 

19U Ice Dawgs Win Two, Lose One

The 19U Ice Dawgs traveled to Bozeman for a trio of games against the Icedogs Dec. 19 and 20, coming home with two victories. The Dawgs took the first game after a third period rally, dropped the...

 

Ice Dawg PeeWees Douse the Flames

The Glasgow PeeWee Ice Dawgs had two games in Flathead on Dec. 19 and brought home two decisive wins, dousing the Flames 9-2 and 8-1. "Had a great time in Kalispell, playing the Flathead Flames,"...

 

Bantam Ice Dawgs Hunted by Hawks

The Glasgow Bantam Ice Dawgs suffered two hard losses in Havre, dropping their games 8-0 and 10-1. Penalties cost the Dawgs, who gave up eight goals in the two games with a player serving time in the sin bin. In game one on Dec. 18, Glasgow and...

 

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