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Articles from the February 12, 2014 edition

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Drug Abuse In The County: It's Changing

This begins a series of articles over the next several weeks that will focus on educating the community about drug use in Valley County. If you've looked at your friends and neighbors and the local... Full story


Facelift For Glasgow Train Depot

It might not be a memorable building for some. The white building with cracks and dingy paint isn't an attractive view, and some worry it might give the wrong impression of Glasgow. While it looks wea...


Propane Up From $1.85 to $2.95 A Gallon Here

If you pay the propane man to heat the house you probably felt the pain that came with the price per gallon. While Glasgow isn’t feeling the pinch as much as other communities, the community is still seeing prices close to 30 percent higher....


Truck Driver Goes Down, Down Under In Glasgow

Wednesday, Feb. 5, was a rough day for Earl Cawthorne, of Medical Lake, Wash. He was hauling a rental truck from Penske for his company, R Factor, based out of Spokane, Wash. Unfortunately he didn't...


Whiz Kids Test Their Curiosity At Science Fair

While some students shook their heads in distaste for another project, others jumped at the chance to play with their curiosity. The 19th Glasgow Kiwanis Science Fair took place this last week at the...


Mixed Reaction

Here's a sampling of releases to The Courier on the appointment of former Lt. Gov. John Walsh to replace Max Baucus, the new ambassador to China, in the U.S. Senate. Sen. John Walsh Friend – I’ve answered many calls in my life and today I... Full story


Applying For, Like, A Job, Dawg? Read This

According to the folks who are in the know about things like this, they say that it is getting tougher and harder to land a good job after graduating college. The big question is why? Of course we can't all be an extremely intelligent, witty,... Full story


LaBonty, Glasgow And Its Schools Are Winners

Dear Editor, On Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, the Ronan Speech and Debate Team had the honor of competing at the State B/C Speech, Drama and Debate Tournament hosted by Glasgow High School. We were repeatedly impressed by the hospitality shown to us by the...


Stranded For Days At GHS--And No Media Coverage

Recent news reports have included the major snow in the Eastern states and the hardship some children had to endure by spending the night at school, sleeping on hard floors. I think there are a couple of gentlemen in our area that may have a hard...


Lt. Gov. McLean: An Educator

Kevin O'Brien, Gov. Bullock's deputy chief of staff, sent out this biography of new Lt. Gov. Angela McLean. Angela McLean, a native of Twin Bridges and an Anaconda resident, became Montana’s 31st Lieutenant Governor in February, 2014 when she was...


Pauline Myhre

Our beloved mother, grandmother, and sister Pauline (Riggin) Myhre, 87, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, at the Nemont Manor in Glasgow, Mont. Funeral services will be...


Marlynn Kay Campbell

Marlynn Kay Campbell, 70, passed away on Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, in Bozeman, Mont. She was born on Feb. 19, 1943, in Sheridan, Wyo., to Lynn and Marjorie Severance and graduated from Greybull High...


State Bound

Glasgow wrestling had a nice showing at Divisionals this past weekend as five Scotties qualified for the State meet coming up this weekend in Billings. Kasey Seyfert, Cody King, Tony Kaiser, Kevin... Full story


Chasing The Dream

Rachael Zeiger casually walks into the gym of Glasgow High School after school one day and immediately walks onto the basketball court where senior boys guard Lane Herbert is shooting by himself...


Hinsdale Boys And Girls Win

When you’re hot, you’re hot as my old non-acquaintance Jerry Reed once didn’t tell me and that is exactly what the Raiders, boys and girls are today. The boys are leading the 3C with a record of 11-1 (15-1 overall) and the girls are in second...


Scotties Catch A Break

The Glasgow boys basketball team received great news about the status of senior guard Lane Herbert after a foot injury in last Thursday’s game against Harlem. Herbert has a bruised ligament in the top of his foot in what he says doctors are...


Ice Fishing Derby This Weekend

This Saturday, the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Ag will hold the 17th annual Ice Fishing Derby. The Derby will take place at Dredge Cuts Trout Pond off Highway 117 at Ft. Peck Lake. Registration runs from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. with fishing starting... Full story


Scobey 3-on-3 Tourney: We Have A Winner

The Glasgow Red 4th-grade girls won their grade division in the 3-on-3 basketball tournament in Scobey last Sunday. From left to right: Coach Jon Kolstad, Jack Kolstad, Abby Engstrom, Josie Kolstad,... Full story



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