Articles from the March 1, 2017 edition

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 By A.J. Etherington    News    March 1, 2017

Tribes Seek Reroute of Keystone, DAPL Back in Court

The Assiniboine Sioux Tribe of Fort Peck asked Keystone Pipeline Developer Trans-Canada to consider rerouting the pipeline and to have three alternative routes planned, in what the Tribes said was a move to protect the water supply. Currently, the Tr... Full story

 

From Hearts to Shamrocks

Brianna Overbey, in partnership with FMDH, is hosting another art class, 'For the Luck of the Craft,' on March 11 at Prairie Ridge starting at 10 a.m. The class is free of charge and will be open to... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    March 1, 2017

Valley County Down an Ambulance

Valley County law enforcement and emergency services officials spoke to the Courier regarding complaints about ambulance services over the past weekend. On Feb. 26, a call was placed to 911 reporting an elderly lady had fallen at the Albertsons in... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    March 1, 2017

County Brief

Last week, the Valley County Commissioners were all taken to jail by the Vally County Sheriff’s Department, where they were given a tour. As they were guided through the facility, the commissioners had the opportunity to inspect the changes,... Full story

 

JMG Students Bring Red Cross to GHS

On Feb. 22, the Red Cross stopped at Glasgow High School to assist in the current shortage of blood donations throughout the country. The blood drive was in partnership with Jobs for Montana... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    March 1, 2017

St. Raphael's Mardi Gras Sees Crowds

Mardi Gras celebrations at St. Raphael's on Feb. 26 were a decided success, according to Director of Faith Formation Jewel Etherington. "We are estimating about 500-600 people attended," she said,... Full story

 

Letter to the Editor

I appreciate Sandy Laumeyer's call to end "internet ugliness" and to conduct ourselves as civilized people should while we are bombarded daily by bad news on the networks and our major daily newspapers. However, in our effort to be "nice," let us...

 

Letter to the Editor

I am carrying a bill to proactively address an inexcusably high traffic fatality rate in Montana, and to reinvest in our road and bridge infrastructure at a level that minimizes the burden we leave for the next generation. We have broad agreement on...

 

Bits and Pieces

Saturday evening, I received a very pleasant suprise. A lovely bouquet of flowers was delivered to me. I have no idea who sent them. But whoever did, if you are reading this, thank you very, very much for your thoughtful gift. It has already brought...

 
 By Michael Burns    Opinion    March 1, 2017

Leashing the Watchdogs

Translating Trump: Parsing the President's Comments on the Press Side by Side In this ongoing segment, Glasgow-based columnists Michael Burns and Alec Carmichael have agreed to square off on issues of national and international significance. Less a...

 

History Will Be the Judge

Translating Trump: Parsing the President's Comments on the Press Side by Side In this ongoing segment, Glasgow-based columnists Michael Burns and Alec Carmichael have agreed to square off on issues of national and international significance. Less a...

 

Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAY – MARCH 1 Deadline for applications to be turned in for FMDH Hospital Guild Scholarship. THURSDAY – MARCH 2 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. - Quilt Show at Prairie Ridge Village. 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Potato Bar with Drink and Desert at Prairie Ridge... Full story

 

George Raymond Nicol

George Raymond Nicol (aka: Punk, Nick, Monty, Ray) was born on Oct. 4, 1924, to George Raymond, Sr., and Minnie Anna (Struple) Nicol in Glasgow, Mont. While spending his last two years with... Full story

 

Lois Louise Bowman

Lois Louise (Brookie) Bowman, 98, passed away from natural causes on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, at Valley View Home in Glasgow, Mont. She was born July 2, 1918 in Glasgow, to Stuart and Quaint Brookie.... Full story

 

Patricia 'Patty' Ann Wass

Patricia "Patty" Ann (Craven) Wass, 62, was born July 28, 1954, baptized Oct. 26, 1958, and confirmed April 3, 1966. She went to meet her Lord and Savior on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, after a head injury... Full story

 

Lady Scotties End Season with Disappointing Losses

Of the eight teams competing in the Northern B Divisional Girls Basketball Tournament, the Lady Scotties had as much of a chance as any to advance to the state tournament in Billings. This year,... Full story

 

19U Finish Third in State - Next Stop: NoDak

The Glasgow 19U Ice Dawgs captured third place at the Montana Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) State Tournament held in Butte Feb. 24-26. The girls advanced to the consolation game on Sunday of the... Full story

 

11th Annual Skate Showcase Slated

The 11th annual Hi-Line Skating Showcase will be held at the Valley Event Center this Saturday, Mar. 4. The event will begin at 2 p.m., and is free of charge. Each year, student skaters show off... Full story

 

HS Ice Dawgs Split Two Games Against Havre

The High School Ice Dawgs traveled to Havre for two games on Feb. 25. The Ice Dawgs claimed a 2-1 win against the Ice Hawks in the first game with bookend goals in the first and second periods. Just... Full story

 
 By Tim Phillips    Sports    March 1, 2017

GHS Track & Field Sign-ups, Meetings Scheduled

There will be a sign-up and information meeting for high school track & field athletes on Monday, Mar. 6 right after school in Room 1 at Glasgow High School. For parents of Scottie high school track and field athletes, there will be a meeting at 7... Full story

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch March 2017

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