Articles from the February 7, 2018 edition
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Courthouse Square Happenings
Valley County Sheriff Vernon Buerkle told the Courier that area residents and businesses have reported that a telephone scam related to tax season is making the rounds. Please don’t share personal information without confirming the identity of any... Full story
Sportsmen Banquet Set for Feb. 24
Save the date and plan to attend the second annual conservation fundraising dinner hosted by the Hi-Line Sportsmen on Saturday evening, Feb. 24, at Glasgow’s St. Raphael’s Parish Center gymnasium. Tickets for the banquet are limited in number and... Full story
Veis, Meyers Team Up in 'The Duck Variations'
Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers are re-teaming for a reading theatre production of The Duck Variations on Friday, Feb. 9, at the Valley County Pioneer Museum and on Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Cottonwood Inn. The show will start at 7 p.m. both nights.... Full story
Godwin Brings Smilies to Old and Young
The Glasgow City-County Library hosted their first story time of the month at Valley View Home on Feb. 1. Residents and children alike had a great time interacting with one another through songs and... Full story
Extension Agent Wins Anne Wiprud Award
Valley County Montana State University (MSU) Extension agent Shelly Mills was awarded the Anne Wiprud Memorial Award during the MSU annual conference in Bozeman, Oct. 23-27. The Anne Wiprud Memorial... Full story
My Voice Failed
I applied for a permit to have my NE MT Pet Rescue at my residence in the City of Glasgow. I was already active and decided that since I helped out with the ordinance for this, I should abide. The open City Council meeting was Jan. 2, 2018. (Meeting...
Super Bowl Ad Still Good
I cannot for the life of me figure out why everyone is freaking out over Ram’s use of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Speech in their Super Bowl Ad. For one the Ad had a good message. Two it followed a long line of nostalgia driven ads by Ram aimed at...
Money and Elections
There are many issues in the country to be addressed. Whether your issue is healthcare, climate change, education, or any others, chances are the root problem is the disproportional influence of money in our political system. This stems from the...
The Good Old Days
Do you remember when you were 20? Of course, what a stupid question as most of us like to remember those “good old days.” I know that we all have a tendency to exaggerate our hardships, like walking to school x number of miles and probably in...
Finding Common Ground
We hear a lot right now about our collective societal need to find common ground. This place sounds so mystical and alludes us as our citizenry grows further apart. The state of our society today is divided, to be sure. Some say we are more divided t...
Sending Out Ripples
After visiting with a friend awhile ago, I was thinking about our conversation. We had talked about many topics, one of them being ripples. I was reminded of high school age students in a Sunday School class I’d taught some years ago. At the time,...
To Gwen Cornwell. Love your article on skating! I grew up in Nashua where the rink was across the road and behind the CONOCO gas station. They gave us old tires to burn and we kept warm all winter by the heat of those tires AND none of us died!...
Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area
Effective Feb. 1, the Valley County Pioneer Museum will be open Tuesday – Friday; 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. through April 30. THURSDAY – FEB. 08 9:30 a.m. - The Nashua Community is invited to the Ladies’ Coffee Hour every Thursday at the Nashua... Full story
Rosalie Marie Palazzo
Rosalie Marie Palazzo went peacefully surrounded by loved ones to be with our Lord on Friday, Feb 2, 2018, at the age of 86. She was born on March 12, 1931, in Bronx, N.Y. She was the youngest child... Full story
Theodore 'Ted' Gerhardt Urban
Theodore "Ted" Gerhardt Urban, as he wrote, "took that long journey never to return" under the loving care of the staff at Daniels Memorial Healthcare Center on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. At the age of... Full story
Yvonne 'Tillie' Cox-Hopkins
Yvonne "Tillie" Cox-Hopkins, 86, our beautiful and loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, went to be with the Lord on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018, at Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point, Mont.... Full story
James 'Jim' Henry Lipscomb
James "Jim" Henry Lipscomb, age 72, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, at Advanced Care Hospital in Billings, Montana, with his wife Margaret "Margie" by his side. He did not want... Full story
Lona B. Highfill
Lona B. (Hanson) Highfill, 87, of St. Marie, Mont., passed away Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. She was born on April 16, 1930, growing up in the south bay area... Full story
Teresa (Watson) Lenart, 61, passed away Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Dallas, Texas. She was born on July 4th, 1956, in Texas, and lived most of her life there, until moving to St. Marie in 2004. She... Full story
Glasgow's 2018 wrestling squad is on its way to the state tournament in Billings, and they plan on returning with hardware. Head coach Jory Casterline is pleased with the Scotties' performance at the... Full story
14U, 19U Ice Dawgs Drop Home Games
19U Game #1 – Feb. 2 Sidney 12, Glasgow 0 Period 1 Goals: 0 Penalties: E. Kolstad, two minutes, roughing; M. Knodel, two minutes, hooking. Period 2 Goals: 0 Penalties: 0 Period 3 Goals: 0 Penalties:... Full story
Scotties Fall to Spartans
02-03-18 Scobey 51, Glasgow 33 (Girls) Scobey 10 18 6 17 – 51 Glasgow 7 9 8 9 – 33 Scobey: E. Linder 16, T. Hallock 4, G. Lekvold 16, J. Cahill 1, S. Danelson 3, K. Nelson 6, A. Boze 5.... Full story