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  • The Show Must Go On - Online

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Glasgow Speech and Drama team is rounding up their unusual season. They hosted a virtual showcase last Thursday evening and competed in the Virtual Eastern B/C Divisional Meet on Saturday. Nine members of the team are moving on to the Virtual State Meet this Saturday, hosted by Huntley Project. Thursday night's Virtual Showcase and Senior Night had the team in the Glasgow High School Library with head coach Jodi Griffin broadcasting the event on Facebook Live for family, friends and fans... Full story

  • Valley County to Enter Phase 1B of Governor's COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Valley County Health Department announced the county entered phase 1B of the state's COVID-19 vaccination plan on Jan. 21. The transition marks a shift in vaccine priority from healthcare workers to citizens in high-risk categories such as the elderly and those with medical conditions. In order to receive the vaccine, residents must contact the health department to be added to the list. The health department has already started planning for mass vaccination events to include one scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 27 as of press time. The...

  • Conservation District Seeks Answers in Tractor Vandalism and Disc Theft

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Valley County Conservation District and county sheriff Tom Boyer are asking for help from the public in seeking answers to a curious case of unauthorized use and vandalism of the district's tractor and rototiller and the straight-up theft of the district's disc. The Sheriff is encouraging the public to come forward with information on the events which occurred throughout 2020 and cost the district more than $13,000 in damage and loss. "This is still an active investigation," he explained,...

  • Regarding the Coronavirus Vaccine

    Andrew Fahlgren|Jan 27, 2021

    Dear Editor, I have been in practice as a physician in Glasgow for just over three years, and the past year has certainly been difficult for me, my staff and our patients. Lately, I have been asked by many of my patients about the vaccine against the novel coronavirus. The vast majority are eager to receive it, but some are suspicious of the vaccine and are not sure if it is worth the risk. Because I know that many people in the community share those same concerns, I would like to reassure the... Full story

  • Remembering Unusual Winters

    Gwen Cornwell, For the Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    This has been an unusual winter as we have had very little adverse weather other than high winds. We can count our blessings that we have not had lots of snow on the ground. If you did not grow up living in town, you may remember traveling the road to town when the snow banks along the plowed road were higher than your vehicle? I grew up always having extra mittens, scarves, etc packed in the vehicle in the event you got stranded. Can you even imagine what it must have been like when you where... Full story

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Jan 27, 2021

    Pioneer Museum winter hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11 a.m to 4 p.m. We will be closed all of January. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open Monday through Friday by advanced appointment only. Masks are required and group size will be limited. Call the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at 406-526-3493 for more information. Links to the menus for area schools are listed below: Hinsdale School Saco School Opheim School...

  • Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers to perform Love Letters

    Jan 27, 2021

    As a Valentine's Day fundraiser for Chayten Pippin and Family FOR THE COURIER Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers will perform AR Gurney's comedy, LOVE LETTERS, a unique and imaginative theatre piece which is presented, as suggested by the playwright, with scripts in hand. It is comprised of letters, frequently funny and touching, exchanged over a lifetime between two people who grew up together, went their separate ways, but continued to share confidences. Admission is FREE, but donations will be... Full story

  • Betty Lou Fuhrmann

    Jan 27, 2021

    Betty Lou Fuhrmann, 82, of Glasgow, Montana passed away Sunday, January 24, 2021. Betty was born February, 25, 1938 in Wheeler, Montana to Albert and Freda (Kuszmal) Sailer. She graduated from Glasgow High School in 1956 and shortly thereafter married Gary Fuhrmann. Gary was in the United States Navy and the couple traveled and lived in California and Arizona during his tour. Once Gary was discharged the couple moved back to Glasgow and has made it their home since. Betty worked at IGA,... Full story

  • Patti Jean Hines

    Jan 27, 2021

    Patti Jean Hines, 59, passed away suddenly in Norco, CA on January 3, 2021. Patti was born April 19,1961 in Glasgow, MT, daughter of Myrtle Marie (Miller) Omvig and LeRoy Arthur Omvig. Patti was born and raised in Glasgow, MT where she met and married her husband Mike Hines. They were married July 7, 1979. They began their life journey in Glasgow and moved to Havre later that year. Their first son, Chris, came into their lives in 1984 and later that year they moved to Southern California. In... Full story

  • Procrastinating Again

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    MARY HONRUD FOR THE COURIER I'd been so good lately at getting my column written and sent in well before the Monday deadline, that having having procrastination raise its oh-so-tempting head really surprised me. It's a good thing I keep a list of what I've written and for which edition of the Courier, so I was able to confirm I hadn't written one for this week. And I remembered in time to get it done, which is also surprising. As my youngest says, "Go, me!". So, living life and gathering info...

  • Scottie Girls Add Two to Win Column

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Glasgow Scottie Girls basketball team appears to have found their game legs a few weeks into the season. The team added two wins to their record this weekend, defeating two class A schools, Sidney and Glendive. Friday night, the Scotties defeated the Eagles 51-36 in Sidney. They hosted the Red Devils on Saturday and beat the visitors 38-24. The Scotties took a slim one-point lead at the end of the first eight minutes of play in Sidney. Abrianna Nielsen led Glasgow with seven of her team's...

  • Glasgow Wrestlers Rack Up More Wins

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Glasgow Scottie wrestling team added a few more wins to their record after a trio of events on the road. On Tuesday of last week, the team was in Sidney to take on the Eagles. They traveled to Havre on Friday for a triangular against Ronan and Corvallis where they grappled their way to two solid wins. The team split their duals on Saturday in Big Timber, beating Park/Sweet Grass and losing a tight dual to Laurel. In Sidney, the team had six wins and 18 losses. Shalynn Pedersen, Colten Fast,...

  • Ice Dawgs Bounce Back to Beat Kings

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    Glasgow’s high school Ice Dawgs hockey team traveled to Butte this past weekend to take on the Copper City Kings, in a rivalry that grows with each game. The Dawgs were blanked in Friday night’s match up but stormed the ice Saturday morning for their revenge and first win of the season, taking a 4-3 victory. In continuing their Broad Street style, the two teams racked up the penalty minutes. Copper City had 35 minutes of penalties over two games while Glasgow had 70 minutes worth of infractions. Copper City took Friday night’s game in a blow ou...

  • Scottie Boys Win One, Lose One

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team overcame a first-quarter deficit on Friday to beat the Sidney Eagles, 62-44, in a high-fouling game. On Saturday, the Scotties dropped a 72-48 game to the Red Devils in Glendive, in another game where free throws made a difference. In Sidney on Friday, the host Eagles took a 13-7 lead after the first eight minutes of the game. Keigan Skolrud put in a bucket and two free throws, while Hunter Collinsworth added two points and Dalton Sand had a free throw...

  • PeeWees Drop Two Tough Games in Butte

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Glasgow Ice Dawgs PeeWees team was in Butte this past weekend for a pair of games against the Copper City Kings. The team battled from behind in both games with strong play but Glasgow was unable to secure a win on the road. On Saturday, Copper City took a 5-1 lead in the first period, with Brody Hansen getting the lone goal for Glasgow. The Dawgs rallied in the second to score three goals while holding Butte to two. Landon Honey (assists Jack Miller and Hansen) and Hansen both put in short handed goals for Glasgow. Jack Miller added an...

  • Bantam Ice Dawgs Lose One, Tie One

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 27, 2021

    The Glasgow Bantam Ice Dawgs traveled to Kalispell this past weekend where they took on the Flathead Fusion in a pair of outdoor games. The Dawgs lost their first game, 4-2, after a third period rally by the Fusion. They came back Sunday morning in a rematch which ended in a 4-4 tie. On Saturday, Flathead found their way past Kolten Hansen to start the scoring. Glasgow's Tavin Boland answered back on an assist from Aiden Price to end the first period tied at 1 each. Neither team found the back o...

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