Articles from the January 5, 2022 edition

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Rocking a Hunter's Tan

"I just nerded out on the science." Chelsea Dodd, who holds a degree in chemistry, is a self-taught tanner in Glasgow trying to keep a dying art alive. Tanning is a relatively new hobby for the woman...


The Wild West of Weed in Valley County

In Valley County, it is no longer the case of smoke it if you can find it, but smoke it if you want it. As of Jan. 1, Montanans age 21 and older can legally purchase and use marijuana for...


Ice Dawgs Drop Home Game

The Richland Rangers came to Glasgow for a rare mid-week game against the Ice Dawgs Dec. 29. Glasgow scored first in the non-conference game but the team from Sidney got the last word and the win by...


Hallock Signs as Blue Hawk

Scottie standout Kyler Hallock announce on Dec. 21, 2021 he will be continuing his academic and athletic career at Dickinson State University. Hallock was a critical two-way player for Glasgow at...

 By ROD KARST    Sports    January 5, 2022

GHS STUCO Teddy Bear Toss Thursday

Glasgow High School Student Council will be hosting its 2nd Annual Teddy Bear Toss between the varsity basketball games on Thursday, Jan. 6, (Glasgow vs North Country) at Glasgow High School...


2021 Rumble on the Red Youth Duals

6U 45 - Taryn Sundeen’s place is 4th and has scored 15.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Jaxon Cardinal (Summit Wrestling Academy) won by tech fall over Taryn Sundeen (Glasgow wrestling club) (TF 20-5) Cons. Round 1 - Taryn Sundeen (Glasgow...


Seventh Annual Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Clinic

The Glasgow Wrestling Club welcomed 50 kids to their Seventh Annual Glasgow Scottie Wrestling Clinic Dec. 28. Members of the Glasgow High School wrestling squad and wrestling club coaches worked with...

 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

Montana Minimum Wage Increases

Valley County residents employed at minimum wage jobs will see an increase in their paychecks this month. As of Jan. 1, Montana’s Minimum Wage has increased to $9.20, pursuant to §39-3-409, Montana Code Annotated. Montana statute requires the... Full story

 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

VCSO Recieves Funding for Police K-9

The Valley County Sheriff’s Office has received $10,460 in grant funding to obtain and train new canine units to crack down on illegal drugs being trafficked into Montana. The grant was announced recently by Montana Attorney General Austin... Full story


Studying Pigeons on Cocaine...

“And how about the Federal government? Well, unsurprisingly, it managed to keep spending money we don’t have on things we don’t need,” U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) says in the 2021 “Festivus”’ Report on Government Waste, an annual... Full story

 By Jim Elliott    Opinion    January 5, 2022

OP-ED: The Power of Listening

You can learn a lot by listening to what someone has to say, especially if you disagree with them. I’m not talking about learning only about what issue they might be talking about, I mean that you can learn a lot about the person you’re... Full story


OP-ED: A Modest Proposal - Pandemic Saving Time

It's only early January, and already this 2022 thing is obviously not working out. With the "omicron variant" of COVID-19 upon us, politicians and public health authorities are already off on their next round of COVID-19 Hokey Pokey: You put your sch... Full story


Cindy Lee Mothershead

Cindy Lee Mothershead, 70, went home to be with the Lord December 20, 2021, at Billing Clinic in Billings, Montana. Cindy was born to Carl and Maxine (Scott) Hough in Bremerton, Washington on... Full story

 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

News Briefs for Jan. 5, 2022

Kiwanis Sing Christmas Carols The Glasgow Kiwanis Club was joined by five students from the Glasgow High School Key Club, and 15 from the Glasgow Middle School Builders Club (2 advisors and 13 students) to sing Christmas Carols at Nemont Manor at... Full story


Community Calendar for Jan. 5, 2022

EDITOR'S NOTE: 5 p.m. Friday before publication is the deadline for calendar additions, which must be emailed to [email protected] or submitted in person at The Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., in... Full story


911 Calls for Dec. 23 through Dec. 26, 2021

There were 16 motor vehicle stops, five assist citizen/public assists, two animal control calls, two dog/cat control calls, two hazards, one inspection and one report for record. Monday, Dec. 20 • 2306 – Officer said an individual reported...


Happy New Year to All!

We got to talking the other day about the city of Glasgow, Montana being in the “Middle of Nowhere” but had a question about that… just how did they come up with this? Found out that a group at Oxford’s Big Data Institute that studies the int...


Nuts, Berries, or Drupes?

First off, I feel I owe all of you another apology. Maybe a double one. We are on vacation in warm, sunny Florida, and so are (aren’t?) missing out on all that delicious below zero temps you’ve been enjoying. So that’s one (that we’re warmer...


Remember When For Jan. 5, 2021

Greetings and Happy New Year to all readers! I would say that my New Year’s resolution is to get my articles to The Courier weekly, but then I know that most resolutions are made to be broken so let me say I will just try and do better. Do you...


Technology, Health & Happiness For 2022

Hands up who made their New Year’s resolution to take better care of themselves. Now put your hand down. Now back up again. Exercise! You’re welcome. For those of us who have decided to make 2022 the year we put our health first, but perhaps...


Some Groups Left Out of Covid Test Giveaway Program

As Montana's tally of new covid cases neared 1,000 each day in September, Shelly Stanley-Lehman worried about when the virus would reach her day care in Billings. She wanted to have covid tests on... Full story


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