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  • Some Montanans Try to Reach President Biden on KXL

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    The word of the day was "disappointed" as community and business leaders from Northeast Montana sat down with Montana's newly minted governor, Greg Gianforte, to discuss the effects and emotions surrounding President Biden's decision to rescind a key permit needed to go forward with TC Energy's construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. "Our first response to the president's action was disappointment and really a sadness over the work that has gone into trying to make this pipeline a reality...

  • Ice Sailors Return to Fort Peck

    Mar 3, 2021

  • Valley County COVID Update

    Valley County Health Department, For the Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    As of 3/01/2021 at 6:15 p.m. the following was Valley County’s COVID-19 status. A good faith effort to protect individuals from the spread of coronavirus is expected of all Montanans. This is accomplished by following clear public health guidelines and these prevention measures: *Wearing a mask or two layer face covering in public at all times. *Remaining 6 feet away from persons who are not members of your household to socially distance. *Frequently using hand sanitizer and sanitizing surfaces. Please do your part to protect each other! A... Full story

  • From Senator Mike Lang On SD 17

    Mar 3, 2021

    This week marks the mid-way point of the legislative session, 45th day. It corresponds with a deadline requiring bills that do not have money associated with them to be sent to the opposite chamber of the legislature. Many great bills survived the “transmittal” deadline, but others did not. One that did pass the Senate is SB 100, it adds fraud prevention measures to Montana’s welfare programs. This will make it harder for those individuals trying to take advantage of our system that was set up to provide support for the members of our commu... Full story

  • Kenneth Richard Kjelstrup

    Mar 3, 2021

    Retired Lt. Colonel of the Montana Air National Guard, Kenneth Richard Kjelstrup, son of the late Ed and Hazel Kjelstrup was born December 24, 1922 in Plentywood, Montana. His family moved to Glasgow, Montana where Kenneth graduated from Glasgow High School, then attended Montana State College in Bozeman, Montana (now MSU). Kenny was one of the oldest members of community organizations to which he belonged. Kenny was an active member in Canvas Church, Loyal Order of Moose 1922, Veterans of... Full story

  • Douglas Warner Adolphson

    Mar 3, 2021

    Douglas Warner Adolphson, 81, passed away Tuesday, February 23, 2021 in Glasgow, Montana. Doug was born to Edward and Violet (Johnson) Adolphson October 13, 1939 in Great Falls, Montana and grew up there. Doug was member of the Class of 1958 in Glasgow, Montana. He joined the Army National Guard and later became a member of the Navy "SeaBees". Doug married Sharon Hampa September 9, 1960 in Belt, Montana and the couple had three sons. Doug was a man of many interests and talents. Early in the... Full story

  • Lee B. Arvin

    Mar 3, 2021

    Lee B. Arvin Sr., 68, of Great Falls, Mont. passed away December 31, 2020, after battling health issues for many years stemming from a 2014 diagnosis of carcinoma cancer. The last week of his life he had called to say he had been sick, and this was followed by two surgeries. He hadn't called for several days and then a phone call came saying he had passed. Lee was born January 26, 1952 in Billings, Mont., to William F. and Beryl (Omvig) Arvin. Preceding him in death are his father, William F.... Full story

  • Glenice J. Honrud

    Mar 3, 2021

    Glenice Jean Honrud, age 90, passed away in the evening on Feb. 27, 2021, after a short battle with cancer and kidney disease. She was born June 19, 1930. Glenice was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, L.O. Honrud, Jr, on May 28, 2011. She is survived by her three children, Dennis (Mary) Honrud of Glasgow, Mont., Bev (Larry) Tade of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., and Shyla (Jim) Whitcomb of Quincy, Wash. Service will be held Saturday, March 6, at 10 a.m. at the Opheim Community Church, with committal at noon at Highland Cemetery in... Full story

  • Scottie Boys Moving on to Divisionals

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    The Glasgow Scotties started their post season the way they ended their regular season: with a thrilling overtime win. In opening night action at the District 2B tournament in Wolf Point, the Scotties defeated the Harlem Wildcats, a team they had fallen to twice in the regular season. The 61-60 win advanced Glasgow to the championship round, where they fell to the Malta Mustangs, 48-38. Glasgow now advances to the Northern B Divisional Tournament in Cut Bank this weekend, March 3-6. "These boys...

  • Scottie Girls Extend Season

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    The Glasgow Scottie girls started their post season with a 40-30 win over Wolf Point at the District 2B Tournament in Poplar on Feb. 25. That win set them up in the championship game, going against the Malta M-ettes for the title. The Scotties were unable to defeat their longtime rival, falling 58-53. The second place finish sends the team into the Northern B Divisional Tournament in Wolf Point this weekend. According to Abrianna Nielsen, who led her team in scoring at the District tourney, the...

  • Scottie Wrestlers Determined to Repeat History

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    Glasgow may not have come out on top of the first ever Eastern B/C Super Divisional Wrestling Tournament this past weekend – that honor went to Huntley Project – but despite the disappointment, the Scotties are taking their second place finish in stride and focusing on the state tournament. Huntley Project won the tournament with 260.0 points, followed closely by Glasgow with 255.5. Circle claimed third with 115.0. "We've been here before," said Coach Jory Casterline. "Last year they beat us...

  • 19U Ice Dawgs Place Fifth at State

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    The 19U Ice Dawgs season may not have ended exactly as they had wanted, but it did end with a shutout win. Glasgow beat the Havre Ice Hawks 1-0 in an early morning game to take fifth place at the state tournament in Bozeman this past weekend. Glasgow lost their first two games of the tourney, before rallying back to beat the Salmon Rapids in overtime. Glasgow got the jump on Bozeman in their first game when Shanice Lagerquist found the back of the net with assists from Ava Lloyd and goalie...

  • HS Ice Dawgs Close Out Regular Season

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    The final weekend of the regular season for the high school Glasgow Ice Dawgs came with a good news/bad news split. The good news: both Glasgow goalies notched a win. The bad news? The wins came as each goalie was suited up to fill in the crease for the visiting Havre Ice Hawks. Havre's goalie was out of the lineup for the high school team, playing in Bozeman for the girls' 19U team in their state tournament. Not wanting to miss any ice time, Glasgow suited up their back-up goalie in each game...

  • Glasgow Squirts Place Fifth at State

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 3, 2021

    GWENDOLYNE HONRUD THE COURIER The Glasgow Ice Dawgs’s Squirts traveled to Miles City this past weekend for their state tournament. The team lost their first two games but came back to beat the Havre Ice Hawks 5-1 to end the season with a win. Glasgow played the Helena Big Horns and lost the game 6-4 even though they outshot their opponents 27 to 12. Hudson Honey netted a goal for Glasgow in the first period, but Helena had four goals at the same time. The Big Horns added a fifth goal in the second before Abigail Henry went on a spree for G...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Mar 3, 2021

    The Valley County Pioneer museum’s hours for February through April will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 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

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