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Articles from the May 14, 2014 edition

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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    May 14, 2014

Last Call

The paint is nearly gone, the wood is rotting and the structure still stands, unable to tell the story behind it. The narrow and long building has served as storage over the past several decades. It... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    May 14, 2014

Growth Near For Pioneer Museum

History is an important part of the present and the future. By looking back we not only can learn from the mistakes of others, but we can also learn where we came from. The Pioneer Museum of Valley County has worked tirelessly over many years to...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    May 14, 2014

Highway Getting Wider Between Nashua, Fort Peck

Residents from Nashua to Fort Peck might have received a knock in the door recently. This is because workers from the state Department of Transportation are preparing for a project that's been in...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    May 14, 2014

Granger: Above & Beyond The Call Of Duty

Sometimes the best employees are the ones who pay attention to the smaller details and go just a little above their job description. Those employees often leave lasting impressions on the employers and on the business. A local Glasgow resident and ha...


Use Of Food Stamps Rises In Valley County

The use of food stamps in Valley County increased during the recession, assisting families in stretching their food dollars, contributing to local spending and helping spark a national debate about the future of the federal nutrition program. The...


Next Week: Early Courier Deadlines

The Courier's deadlines for submitting news items and advertising move up one full day next week due to a one-week change in your hometown paper's production schedule. The deadline for news and ads will be noon Monday, exactly 24 hours earlier than... Full story

 By Pat Kelly    Opinion    May 14, 2014

All Of This Should Be On '60 Minutes'

In response to your article “County Discusses St. Marie Bankruptcy” (May 7, Page 1A), the properties in question are not Pat Kelly’s, but St. Marie Development Corporation of Mt. (SMDC), a corporation that was formed for the creditors of Terry... Full story


The Bison Meeting That Wasn't

Maybe you heard. Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (FWP) was planning a bison discussion meeting for April 15 and 16. The meeting was cancelled late Saturday, April 12. Personally, I found out less than 24 hours before I was set to leave for the...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    May 14, 2014

At Your Graduation Best

It is graduation time. Do you remember your high school graduation? The pomp and ceremony of it all. The gals planned their attire for several months, or at least weeks. Graduation announcements were ordered from a firm that usually made a sales appe...

 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    May 14, 2014

It's Seeding Time

It's seeding time. Farmers are putting in long days preparing their fields and then seeding wheat, barley, oats, legumes and more. As I watch sea gulls hovering above the newly seeded ground, it takes me back to my first spring on the farm. When my...


A Teacher's First-Year Students Graduate

Congratulations Class of 2014! Graduation holds a special meaning for me this year. In 2007, I accepted a 7th grade teaching position at GHS. I was a little skeptical because I desired to teach younger students. The position was for an overflow...


William 'Bill' Ernest Marks

William "Bill" Ernest Marks, 85, passed away from natural causes on Saturday, May 10, at Valley View Home in Glasgow, Mont. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 17, at 11 a.m. at St. Francis...


Delroy Brackee

A celebration of life for Delroy Brackee will be held at the Scobey Cemetery in Scobey on Saturday, May 17, at 2 p.m., followed by a gathering at the Four Buttes Supper Club. Delroy was born on May 16, 1935, and passed away on Dec. 19,...

 By Bonnie Davidson    Sports    May 14, 2014

Milk River Special Olympians to Compete In Billings

While the weather would have held out for the short torch run for the state Special Olympics, scheduling conflicts prevented the ceremony. This week the top 10 from the Milk River Activity Center... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    News    May 14, 2014

Scotties Fine Tuning

Weather once again played the villain as the scheduled track and field meet in Miles City was rained out. That forced the hand of the Glasgow coaches to organize an impromptu meet on Monday to get...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    May 14, 2014

Catfish Classic On Horizon

The 15th annual Milk River Catfish Classic is right around the corner and the random draw for offical teams have been released. The Classic will be held on June 7. Jeff Unterseher, Glendive, MT. - Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, MT. Nick Pentas, Billings, M...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    May 14, 2014

Nashua Solid At Wolf Point

It's been a solid two weeks of performances for the Nashua Track and Field team as they approach the 3C meet this week. On May 3, the Porcupines traveled to Glasgow to compete in the Jean Dreikosen Memorial Track Meet hosted by Hinsdale. The...

 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    May 14, 2014

Play Ball: Babe Ruth Seasons Opens Another Season on Mother's Day

Parents of the Hi-Line Babe Ruth League players were treated to the opening-weekend Early Bird Tournament in Scobey this past Sunday. Although weather was windy and cold at mid-40s degrees , mothers...



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Inside: 2014 Graduation Issue

Please be patient as you download the full PDF version of May 14, 2014 paper. It contains the 2014 Graduation Issue and is a large file.... Full story


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