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  • Pandemic Continues as County Begins Mass Vaccinations

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    Valley County is revamping the way they will administer the COVID-19 vaccine to the Phase 1B qualified persons in February. According to the Valley County Health Department, the new method of selecting persons to be vaccinated will transition to a first-come-first-serve basis. The rollout in January had been by a lottery selection of those who had signed up for the initial wave of vaccines to those most at risk of the virus. In essence, the system will transition from a random selection of... Full story

  • Discussing Race, Racism and Law Enforcement at DOJ Hate Crimes Forum

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    Over two dozen people attended a Jan. 28 forum hosted by the US Dept. of Justice to discuss racial bias, hate crimes and law enforcement with members of the community. The were two panels—one made up of representatives from the Fort Peck Tribes, the Montana Racial Equity Project and the Montana American Civil Liberties Union and the other made up of Sheriff Tom Boyer, Assistant Police Chief Tyler Edwards, Glasgow City Attorney Anna Rose Sullivan, FBI Agent Steven Hymas and Assistant United States Attorney Brendan McCarthy. Meshayla Cox, A...

  • Four Scotties Place at State Speech & Drama

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    The Glasgow High School Speech and Drama sent nine team members to the virtual state meet this past weekend and four of those team members came away with top 10 performances. Earning the honors were Chase Tarum for his humorous solo and the classical group composed of Bailee Baxter, Harley Edwards and Alesia Hopstad. Tarum placed with his performance of a Dave Barry piece while Baxter, Edwards, and Hopstad performed a selection from The Wizard of Oz. Raelee Dowden, dramatic solo; Mason Swenson,...

  • Dale 'Dub' Wayne LongTree

    Feb 2, 2021

    Dale "Dub" Wayne LongTree, age 47, entered this world on March 25, 1973 and passed away on Jan. 30, 2021 at Billings Clinic after a long illness. Although his body was tired, he was full of grateful appreciation for every second here on earth. He lived on his terms and was happy to leave when the Creator called him home. He worked at the Cottonwood Inn for many years of his life, he loved watching and playing basketball, fishing at the lake, playing pool and darts. He loved spending his days... Full story

  • Timothy Alan Tone

    Feb 2, 2021

    Timothy Alan Tone was born on June 15, 1948, to Alfred and Dorothy Locer Tone in Le Mars, Iowa, in the time of small family farms, rural churches, one-room schoolhouses, gravel roads, and large multi-generational family gatherings. From these roots his world view was formed around his faith in Jesus Christ which guided him through his life. After graduating from Le Mars Community High School, Tim continued on to Iowa State University to earn a degree in forestry. His forestry work took him to Mo... Full story

  • Gary Eugene Antonson

    Feb 2, 2021

    Gary Eugene Antonson went to be with the Lord on Jan. 21, 2021 after a two-week battle with Covid. Gary was born November 2, 1946 in Plentywood, Mont., to Art (Ding) and Wilma Antonson. His early years were spent growing up in NE Montana. He graduated from Wolf Point, Mont. high school. Gary served in the Montana National Guard for 6 years. He attended the University of Montana, graduating with a teaching degree. He married Barb Aldendice, moved back to Wolf Point and taught at Frazer High School. Wanting to work closer to home, he opened and... Full story

  • Patricia Lantz

    Feb 2, 2021

    Patrica (Patti) Kay (Dighans) Lantz, 64, of Billings, Mont., passed away November 20, 2020. She was born in Scobey, Mont., on October 14, 1956 to Carol and the late Alfred Dighans, formerly of Peerless, Mont. Patti spent her childhood on the family farm in Richland, Mont., and Peerless, where she often talked about many fond memories. Following her youth, she spent time in California and later resided in Willitson, N.D., where she raised her family. She moved to Billings in 2006. Patti love spending time with her grandkids. Taking them to the... Full story

  • Ross Orlin Southland

    Feb 2, 2021

    Ross Orlin Southland, 68, of Scobey, Mont., passed away on January 26, 2021 at the Daniels Memorial Healthcare Center due to COVID-19. A celebration of his life service will be planned later in the year. Ross was born on July 21, 1952 in Scobey to Reginald and Jane (Cole) Southland. He lived on the farm in Whitetail, until moving into the Pioneer Inn in Scobey several years ago. Ross attended Whitetail grade school, special education school in Glasgow, and Flaxville High School where he... Full story

  • Robert James Phillips

    Feb 2, 2021

    Robert James Phillips passed away on January 14, 2021 in his home in Oak Harbor, Wash. after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He was surrounded by his closest family and friends in his final days before his passing. Robert (Bob) was born in Glasgow, Mont. to Clarence and Elizabeth (Lasar) Phillips and raised on the family farm in Richland, Mont. Once he turned 18, he enlisted in the United States Navy and served 22.5 years, reaching the rank of Senior Chief Petty Officer by the time of... Full story

  • Charles E. Roger

    Feb 2, 2021

    Charles E. Roger, 88 of Glasgow passed away January 29, 2021 at Prairie Ridge. A full obituary will follow next week. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences can be left at Full story

  • Scott D. Jakanoski

    Feb 2, 2021

    Scott D. Jakanoski, 56, of Glasgow passed away January 26, 2021 at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital. A full obituary will follow next week. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences can be left at Full story

  • Living With the Whole Life Challenge

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    During the times I spend doing the Whole Life Challenge (WLC), there’s a new Well Being Practice (WBP - you’d almost think it’s a gov’t program with all these acronyms) each week. This current challenge started with making a “Do Not Do” list of three items you regularly do daily that you could reasonably skip doing. Those could be extended to not do all week, or you could list three new items each day. The second week was spend ten minutes each day in meditation. Definitely not my favorite practice. This week we are “declutteri...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Feb 2, 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... Full story

  • Scottie Boys Beat Rivals on Both Sides of Glasgow

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball turned in a pair of exciting games, and wins, last week. A fourth-quarter rally gave the Scotties a 12-point win over the Mustangs Thursday in Malta, followed by another strong fourth quarter against the Wolf Point Wolves. The Scotties took a 55-45 win against the Wolves in the Dawg Pound. Coach Paul Yoakam was proud of his team's weekend of wins, particularly with the victory over the rival Mustang. "Malta was the best overall game we've played the last 2...

  • Scottie Girls Win and Lose

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    "Obviously we didn't play how we wanted against Malta," said Riley Noser, "but we just learned from it and bounced back against Wolf Point." The Glasgow girls basketball captain summed up her team's weekend succinctly. Glasgow fell to rival Malta by a score of 65 to 42 in their second meeting of the season on the M-ettes' court. But the Scotties dug deep and came out strong against the Wolves the next night, winning that game 55 to 32. Malta took an early double digit lead against Glasgow,...

  • Class C Basketball

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    District 3-C basketball suffered a number of cancellations and postponements recently as a COVID-19 outbreak hit the hi-line. Dodson, Nashua, and Lustre did not have play last week. Scobey traveled to Frazer on Jan. 26, where they won in both girls and boys games. In the girls game, Scobey/Opheim leapt out to a 35-6 lead in the first quarter. The visitors added 16 points in the second while holding the Bearcubs to four points for a 51-10 lead at half time. The Spartans scored seven in the third quarter and the Bearcubs had three. Frazer...

  • Scotties Host Two Events This Weekend

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    The Glasgow Wrestling squad traveled to Glendive on Friday to hit the mats against the host team and the Sidney/Fairview JV squad before hosting a mixer on Saturday in the Dawg Pound. The Scotties brought home two wins from their road duals, taking Sidney/Fairfield by a score of 63-6 and defeating Dawson County 48-27. At home the Scotties took 10 wins and dropped 12 matches. "We had a good day in Glendive," said Jory Casterline, saying his boys had some good matches on the road. The team took...

  • H.S. Ice Dawgs Continue to Struggle

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    The Glasgow Ice Dawgs continue to struggle with their season, often playing with a number of players out of the line up. Having to constantly adjust and juggle the lines has played a role in the inability of the team to come together on the ice. Specifically, the Dawgs have yet to find a special teams line up that works. In four games against the Billings Bulls over the weekend Glasgow went 0-for-19 on the man advantage. At the same time, the Bulls converted on 10 of 28 power plays. One of...

  • 19U Ice Dawgs Caught in Red Wave

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    The 19U Ice Dawgs dropped to home games to the visiting Missoula RED Lady Bruins over the weekend at the Valley Event Center. Penalties cost the Dawgs, who gave up five goals while down a player to the Bruins over two games. Glasgow lost 4 to 1 on Friday and 7 to 0 on Saturday. The visiting Bruins outshot the hosts by a margin of 44 to 18 Friday night and 30 to 11 Saturday morning. Missoula took the 1-0 lead at the end of the first period Friday night. The Bruins doubled their lead early in the...

  • Bantams Tie One, Lose One to Great Falls

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Feb 2, 2021

    The Glasgow Bantam Ice Dawgs battled to a 2-2 tied Saturday evening against the Great Falls Americans, but fell to the visitors 5-0 Sunday morning. The penalty boxes were the place to be during the pair of games, as multiple players took mandated breaks from play. Bode Barnett found the back of the net first, putting Glasgow up 1-0 in the first period Saturday night on a power play. Great Falls put the puck past Dawgs' goalie Kolten Hansen twice in the second period to take a 2-1 into intermission. Aiden Price, on an assist from Tavin Boland,...

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