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  • Trump Signs Executive Action on Keystone XL

    James Walling, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    President Donald Trump signed an executive action to move forward with the Keystone XL pipeline on Jan 24. He also indicated movement on the Dakota Access oil pipeline, though timelines and other details remain unclear at press time. Trump told reporters in the Oval Office that the moves on the pipelines will be subject to the terms and conditions currently being renegotiated by the government. Senator Steve Daines praised Trump: “The Keystone XL pipeline will create good-paying Montana union and tribal jobs,” he said, adding, “After years of t... Full story

  • Glasgow Woman Charged with Felony Elder Abuse

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    Karla Nix, 57, was charged Jan. 18 in District Court with felony exploitation of an elder. According to Chief of Glasgow Police Bruce Barstad, the charging documents indicate the alleged offense involved both financial and physical abuse lasting over two years. The documents also claim that Nix had moved in with the victim, a 93-year-old woman, at her apartment in Nemont Manor. According to GPD, Nix was serving as the victim’s personal care assistant at the Manor, but was not an employee of the home. Charging documents allege that Nix c... Full story

  • CASA Volunteers Strengthen a Growing Program in Glasgow

    Mark Douglass, For the Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    Cyndi Baillargeon and Linda Pischel were sworn in Jan. 18 by the Honorable Judge Yvonne Laird to serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in the Seventeenth Judicial District Court of Montana. Baillargeon and Pischel recently completed the FLEX Learning course, an online and classroom hybrid for CASA introduction and training. CASAs investigate, facilitate, advocate, and monitor child abuse cases. A CASA gets to know a child one-on-one, meeting at least once a month. They also focus on one set of siblings at a time. A CASA can provide... Full story

  • Winter Grazing Seminar Concludes in Glasgow

    James Walling, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    Dr. Angus McIntosh, executive director of the National Range Allotment Owners Association, headlined this year's winter grazing seminar at Glasgow's Cottonwood Inn on Jan. 18. The event, hosted by the Valley County Conservation District, was well-attended, with farmers, ranchers and interested area residents from McCone, Phillips, Roosevelt and Valley counties, as well as elsewhere in the region. On Wednesday, McIntosh discussed the history and ramifications of American judicial precedent as it... Full story

  • Glasgow Road Department Executes Snow Removal Plan

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    Karl Krause, head of the Glasgow Road Department, told the Courier that they are working to clear the roads of snow. Krause said the city uses their snow removal plan in order to prioritize roads for removal. "We start with priority roads, then we do hills, and then we take on any trouble spots that really need attention." Since receiving over 10 inches of snow two weeks ago, the removal crews have been working at clearing the snow packs in Glasgow. "We have removed dozens of truck loads," said... Full story

  • District Honor Band and Choir Festival at GHS

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    Over 250 students from Culbertson, Frazer, Glasgow, Grenora, Hinsdale, Lustre, Malta, Medicine Lake, Nashua, Opheim, Plentywood, Poplar, Saco, Scobey, Westby, Whitewater and Wolf Point schools will be participating in the 2017 District Honor Band and Choir Festival. This festival is held yearly at Glasgow High School and brings in a variety of talent. Two guest conductors will assist the students this year: Steve Holte, of Columbia Falls, will conduct the choir students, while Russ Kellogg, of... Full story

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  • Open Letter to the Legislature

    Ron Stoneberg, Managing Management|Jan 25, 2017

    As the 65th MT Legislative Session opened for business last week, the usual calls for budget cuts were exceedingly shrill. What made matters worse this year was the loss of revenue due to the demise of the coal and oil and gas industries in Montana. We knew this day of reckoning was coming, so now the budget knives are being sharpened and the fun has begun. I have a suggestion. In the last legislative session the Governor proposed (and the legislature dutifully passed) $10 million to assist sage grouse populations. This was in addition to the...

  • Winters aren't for Wimps

    Rick and Susie Graetz, UM Dept. Of Geography|Jan 25, 2017

    It seems that this year much of Montana is experiencing a tough winter, but it’s actually not. We are just getting back to winter after last year’s weird spell. Temperature readings haven’t gone wild – yet. No reporting stations have recorded 50 below or colder, and the coldest known low during January’s first week was 46 below Fahrenheit. Twenty to 30 below was more prevalent in the past. Stories abound about conditions changing quickly and in a pronounced way. Montana holds the national record for cold with a 70-degrees-below-zero reading n...

  • Inauguration Uff Da

    Chris Pippin, Saco Speaks|Jan 25, 2017

    Well it happened. Inauguration day came and went. I was well aware of the fact after briefly checking my Facebook account. It was “lit up,” as the saying goes, by friends on both sides of the political aisle. I vowed to stay clear and avoid any “news” and was fairly successful at my attempt. For all matters, it seemed a grandiose day for the celebrants and a morose one for protesters. Thank God it passed peacefully. Congratulations and my condolences for everyone, depending on your outlook. Then Saturday brought us even more fodder for the new...

  • What I've Learned

    Alec Carmichael, I Digress|Jan 25, 2017

    I began writing this column as a way to describe my opinions outright. I wanted to take on my thoughts without being swayed or influenced by external pressures. I have done that. I started writing fairly certain of my own thoughts and ideals, but have come to realize, while grappling with my own misconceptions, that I was failing to see clearly. As a result, I have not necessarily changed my values, but have definitely changed my views. I have altered my perception of civil rights, minimum wage, and the value of protests in trying to ensure I...

  • The Upside of Recycling

    Gwen Cornwell, Remember When|Jan 25, 2017

    "RECYCLE PAPER TOWELS AND NAPKINS," this headline caught my eye one day when I decided to browse the internet. You readers with any age on you, no doubt would have the same reaction as I. Remember when everything was reusable to some extent, and of course caused many of us to save everything for that future need? But recycling paper was basically done with catalogs and that wasn’t the true meaning of recycling. Now, back to paper towels napkins, and Kleenex. A garment or any absorbent fabric was always recycled, removing buttons, zippers, e...

  • Chances & Opportunities

    Sandy Laumeyer, Just a Thought|Jan 25, 2017

    It’s been said that time flies. It surely does. When a couple gets married, they really don’t think about the years ahead. They usually hope to have children. When their children are born, they don’t really understand how fast that time can go. If you talk about when their children will graduate, parents will most likely comment, "That is years away." It may be, but it goes more quickly than a person realizes. I’ve often said a child is born one day and graduates from high school the next day. Each day melts into the next. Too often we miss ou...

  • Mary Helen Bakken

    Jan 25, 2017

    Mary Helen (Ruud) Bakken, age 70, went to be with Jesus on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. She passed away due to complications from lung cancer. Services will be in Havre on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 1 p.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church, with an additional service and burial at Pleasant Prairie Church, south of Flaxville, Mont., on Monday, Jan. 30, at 11 a.m. She was born in Scobey, Mont., on Feb. 20, 1946, to Carl and Laura Ruud, and raised on the family farm homestead south of Flaxville, Mont. She graduated... Full story

  • Hazel M. (Bucher) Granger

    Jan 25, 2017

    Hazel M. (Bucher) Granger, 80, passed away peacefully at her home in Glasgow, Mont. on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, with her family surrounding her. She was born on June 21, 1936 to Steven and Helen Bucher at the family homestead in Ferdig, Mont. She graduated from Oilmont High School in 1954, and attended Kinman Business College in Spokane, Wash. On July 21, 1955, she married the love of her life, Earl Granger. They were blessed with two daughters, Lynn and Kathy. Earl was involved in the early... Full story

  • Ruby Fitzgerald

    Jan 25, 2017

    Ruby (Conatser) Fitzgerald, 98, of Choteau, Mont., passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at a local care facility. She will be entombed with her loving husband, James, at Arlington National Cemetery later in the Spring. She was born on Feb. 27, 1918, in Glasgow, Mont., to William J. Conatser and Mercedes (Hibbett) Conatser. She was raised on a farm at Tampico, near Glasgow. She was very proud of her Montana heritage and the diverse cultures of the area. Her Native American name given to her by a friend of the family was “Born By The R... Full story

  • Grace Adeline Squires

    Jan 25, 2017

    Grace Adeline Squires spent her life preparing to meet her Lord and Savior. She left this world peacefully on Tuesday morning, Dec. 20, 2016, to do just that. A memorial service will be held in Glentana in June of 2017. She was born on May 13, 1929, in Glasgow, Mont., to Harry and Pansie (Phelps) Squires. She was the seventh of 11 children who grew up on a farm south of Opheim. After graduating from Opheim High School in 1947, she then entered the Sisters of Humility of Mary Convent in Ottumwa,... Full story

  • Scottie Grapplers Finish Third In Harlem

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    Following a warm-up mixer in Chinook Jan. 20, the Scottie wrestlers competed at the Harlem Invitational Jan. 21. Despite wrestling shorthanded for the day, the Scotties placed third with 83.50 points, just behind Malta (92.50 points) and Shepherd (120 points). Head coach Jory Casterline explained that there were several factors that prevented Glasgow from having a full team of competitors for the weekend. Darrin Wersal did not compete due to a minor injury, Kevin McDonald was recovering from pne... Full story

  • Scotties Split Games vs. Sidney, North Country

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    The Sidney Eagles came from behind to defeat the Scotties in a home game held at Scottie Gymnasium Jan. 19. Although there was only a one-bucket margin in favor of the Eagles at the end of the first quarter, the Scotties overcame that deficit and pulled ahead of the class A opponent, allowing only six points from the field in the second quarter. Senior starter Brayden Ross dominated the second quarter, scoring 10 of 18 points for the Scotties and giving Glasgow a nine-point lead at the half. Def... Full story

  • Scottie Speech and Drama Advances Two to State

    Suzanne Flint, For the Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    On Jan. 20, the Glasgow Speech and Drama team traveled to Culbertson for their Divisional Tournament. Eight members competed in four speech events. Thomas Sebastian and Jordan Billingsley competed in Impromptu, Reece Hunsley in Spontaneous Oral Interpretation, Maria Morris and Crystal Omara in Dramatic Oral Interpretation (DOI), and Jrake Gutow and Kyle Southland competed in Humorous Oral Interpretation. Seth Orth traveled with the team and attempted to compete in DOI as well, but unfortunately lost his voice and was unable to compete. After... Full story

  • KC Free Throw Contest

    Jan 25, 2017

    The local KC Council #2997 invites all boys and girls ages 10-14 (as of Jan. 1) to participate in the local level of competition for the 2017 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship. The local competition will be held at the Glasgow Middle School Sunday, Jan. 29 at 1 p.m. with signups scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Participants are required to furnish proof of age and written parental consent. For more information, contact Paul Etchart at 263-4589.... Full story

  • Lady Scotties Earn Two Wins

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jan 25, 2017

    The Lady Scotties earned two non-conference wins at home last week, defeating the class A Sidney Lady Eagles Jan. 19, and the class C Lady Mavericks Jan. 21. The starting five players for both games were Leinie Hughes, Tyra Johnson, Lexi Nixdorf, Khloe Krumwiede and Jordan Kulczyk. The Thursday evening game against Sidney was Glasgow's annual superhero night. For the event, players wore superhero t-shirts, and fans were encouraged to participate with their own superhero apparel. In the game,... Full story

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Jan 25, 2017

    The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be closed during the month of January. WEDNESDAY – JAN. 25 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. - The Glasgow City/County Library’s Lego League. Kids ages 6-12 are welcome! 5:30 p.m. - CASA of the Hi-Line will host the new training class for CASA Pre-Service training in the Valley County Courthouse Community Room. 6:00 p.m. - CASA of the Hi-Line will begin the CASA FLEX Learning Course –For more information about CASA or the FLEX Learning Course, contact Mark at 406-265-6743 ext. 1135 or [email protected] THURSDAY – JAN. 26 6 p... Full story

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