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  • Mavericks Send Outlaws Running

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    By the numbers: three wins at state, zero losses this season, 54 wins in a row, a 31-point state championship victory and an 83-point win spread over three games at State. The Mavericks brought one MHSA coach of the year, two future collegiate players plus 10 more talented players, and one unified vision of a second state trophy. That vision became a reality with a 62-31 Saturday night victory over the Roy Winifred Outlaws. North Country cruised through the final tournament with three dominant...

  • Hinsdale Ambulance Service Recognized By EMSC As Level III/Gold Pediatric EMS Service

    For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    Hinsdale Ambulance Services has been formally recognized by the Montana Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Program as: Level III/ Gold Pediatric EMS Service The mission of EMSC is to implement a performance-driven healthcare system for pediatrics in Montana, ensuring that children, no matter where they live, have access to the right care at the right time with the right resources. The Gold Recognition indicates that Hinsdale Ambulance Services meets the following criteria: • The Agency has a medical director. • The Agency pro...

  • Groundbreaking For New Glasgow Pool

    Mar 13, 2024


  • Middle Of Nowhere Hockey Tournament

    Mar 13, 2024

    Full results will be printed in the Wednesday, March 20, issue of the Glasgow Courier....

  • Hard-Won Hardware

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    The Lustre Lions boys basketball team continued their historic run – after earning a first-time trip to the State Tournament last year – by bringing home hardware this year. Lustre went 3-1, capping off the weekend with a 53-43 Consolation Game victory over the Harlowton-Ryegate Engineers, after going 1-2 in last year's tournament. The Lions started the tournament Wednesday with a 51-44 win over the Melstone Broncs and advanced to the semifinals where they faced the two-time defending state cha...

  • Montanans: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day Responsibly By Planning For A Sober Ride Home

    For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    Valley County Sheriff’s Office, Glasgow Police Department, and the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) are encouraging Montanans to plan for a sober ride home before celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Celebrations and festivities at bars and restaurants are common for St. Patrick’s Day, and celebrations may happen during the days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. Law enforcement partners across the state will be increasing patrols and making DUI arrests to help all Montanans get home safely. Under the Vision Zero goal, Valley County Sheriff’s Office, G...

  • AG Knudsen Warns Of Common Scams During National Consumer Protection Week

    For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    Attorney General Austin Knudsen is warning Montanans of frequently reported website-based scams – including law enforcement, bitcoin investment and tech support scams during National Consumer Protection Week which ran from March 3-9. “Our Office of Consumer Protection is here to help Montanans protect their hard-earned money from scammers, but please remember to stay vigilant and educate yourself on the common fraud schemes on the rise in our state,” Attorney General Knudsen said. A law enforcement scam is carried out by phone fraudsters calli...

  • Rogers' Food Store

    Gwen Cornwell, For The Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    Our Courier Editor opened the door for this article by one of the items in "Yesterday's Memories" mentioned in the issue of Feb. 28, 2024. Of course, I do remember the Rogers' Food Store and many of the other grocery stores that Glasgow had in days past. Our community had an abundance of small grocers, which I would like to address at a later date. Of course, back in the day, we did not have convenience stores like Holiday or Ezzies, where you could stop and grab a quick gallon of milk or other...

  • Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

    Mar 13, 2024

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Deadline for calendar additions is Mondays at noon. Please email your event to [email protected] or submit in person at the Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow. The Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nemont Manor has activities scheduled throughout the month for the entire community as well as the residents of Nemont Manor. If you would like a calendar, please contact 406-228-4306 or e-mail [email protected] and they will mail one to you. Visitors to the Fort Peck I... Full story

  • Glasgow High School Drama Department Presents: Beauty And The Beast

    For the Courier

    Join us for the spectacular production of Beauty and the Beast by Glasgow High School Drama Department. The shows will be: Thursday, March 21, at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:15 p.m.) Friday, March 22, at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:15 p.m.) Saturday, March 23, at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:15 p.m.) Sunday, March 24, at 4 p.m. (doors open at 3:15 p.m.) Tickets are available at the door, adults $15, students $10 and those in kindergarten and under are free. Please note: Student actors use the aisles and hallways during the performance, so we ask that you re...

  • Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery Presentation: Folk Music Instruments By Rea

    For the Courier

    Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery will host a unique presentation by local folk instrument builder James Rea on Friday, March 15, 6:30 p.m. Rea has been making a variety of mostly American folk instruments for nearly 40 years that includes fretted dulcimers, hammered dulcimers, kanteles, lute-guitars, balalaika and cigar box guitars. Those hand-made instruments are gifts to family and old friends. He will discuss some of his many instruments, display them and share details of their construction and...

  • Middle Of Nowhere Music Fest

    For the Courier

    The Middle of Nowhere Music Fest is pleased to announce that they have secured Wyoming country artist Chancey Williams to join them in Glasgow on Aug. 17, 2024. Saddle bronc rider turned country music sensation, Chancey Williams, has gone from competing on horseback to headlining fairs, festivals, and venues across the country. With hits like, "Rodeo Cold Beer," "The World Needs More Cowboys," and "One of These Days," this cowboy is sure to have the whole town dancing and singing along....

  • Katrina Turner

    Mar 13, 2024

    It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Katrina Turner, a beloved mother, sister, friend, and daughter. Katrina departed from this world on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of kindness, compassion, and unwavering strength. Katrina was born on July 10, 1982, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Pamala Kirchdoerfer (Dodson) and Jerry Spencer, where she spent her formative years cultivating a deep appreciation for life's simple pleasures. Her family moved around often... Full story

  • Fay Dahl

    Mar 13, 2024

    Fay Dahl, our beautiful, loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, 90, gained her angel wings on Wednesday, March 6, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, Glasgow, Mont., with her loving family by her side. Fay was very fortunate to be able to stay in her own home until close to her death. This was due to her youngest daughter, Candy, coming back to Glasgow eight years ago to stay with her and give her help when she needed it. Under Candy's loving care, she was able... Full story

  • Debra Bryan Services

    Mar 13, 2024

    Debra Bryan, 72, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024, at Valley View Home in Glasgow. A memorial service is planned for Tuesday, March 19, at 11 a.m. at Bell Mortuary, Glasgow, with Pastor Seth Runner officiating. Burial will follow in Highland Cemetery.... Full story

  • Montana Farmers Union Scholarship Window Closes March 31

    For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    The application window for Montana Farmers Union scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 closes Sunday, March 31. The annual scholarships are offered through MFU as part of the organization’s commitment to education and include the Bud Daniels Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 and the John Korsbeck Memorial Scholarship for $1,000. Montana Farmers Union Foundation $1,000 scholarships also are available. Several Farmers Union Locals also offer scholarships for county residents, with Cascade County-wide Farmers Union Local offering a scholarship w...

  • Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

    For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards on March 7, show 3,091 cattle sold. Very light test on cows and bulls. Utility and commercial cows brought in $105 to $121; canner and cutter cows $90 to $105; young feeding/turnout cows $120 to $191 and bulls $115 to $130. 158 HD. 400-445 SC Avg. 362.18 Top 393.00 269 HD. 450-498 SC Avg. 355.79 Top 384.00 210 HD. 504-546 SC Avg. 344.62 Top 370.00 172 HD. 550-593 SC Avg. 318.91 Top 339.00 309 HD. 602-646 SC Avg. 311.54 Top 318.00 125 HD. 656-695 SC Avg. 286.77 Top 291.50 67 HD. 700-730 SC Avg....

  • USDA To Issue $306 Million In Final Payments To Producers Impacted By 2020 and 2021 Natural Disasters

    US Dept. Of Agriculture, For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    The U. S Department of Agriculture (USDA) is issuing final Emergency Relief Program (ERP) payments totaling approximately $306 million to eligible commodity and specialty crop producers who incurred losses due to natural disasters in 2020 and 2021. USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) began begin issuing these additional payments to eligible producers at the beginning of February. “In the natural disaster recovery process, every little bit of available assistance helps offset the financial toll that these catastrophic events have taken on agr...

  • Family Kaffir Lily

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    My sister Cece, who lives in southeast Missouri and is enjoying spring flowers (and her asparagus) already, recently sent me pictures of her Kaffir lilies. The mother plant has lots of red berries on the stalks the flowers had been on. Her smaller one is just now blooming. I’ve always cut off the flower stalks once they start puffing up to make seeds. I’d thought maybe if I didn’t, it would somehow diminish the plant and prevent future blooms. But Cece says she hasn’t and it’s always bloomed again. So now I need to go look up proper care of K...

  • How Can You Manage Student Loan Payments?

    Edward Jones Financial Advisor CFP Arron Franzen, For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    If you have student loans, you likely received a “payment vacation” over the past few years, due to legislation related to COVID-19. But if you’re like millions of other borrowers, you may have recently been required to resume your payments. How will this affect your overall financial situation? Of course, the first thing that comes to mind is the effect on your monthly cash flow. But the amount of pressure you feel will depend on your income and the size of the required payments. If these payments do represent a real challenge, you may need...

  • Glasgow Middle School February 2024 Students of the Month

    For the Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    Sixth Grade Sarah Mattox - English Jacob Seekins - Health Jorden Bruce - Math Rivers Sugg - Science Leisha Stutheit - Social Studies Olivia Jackson - Reading Lucinda Proctor - Art Ava Budde – Choir Seventh Grade Maiyah Plummer - English Harper Wesen - Health Jenyr Fercho - Math Leah Potter - Science Aiden Wixson - Social Studies Sadie White - FCS Ellery DeDobbeleer - Art Kinsley Rasmusan – Choir Eighth Grade Averylynn Terrel - English Cash Stulc - Health Tyler King - Math Willow Sugg - Science Easton Kalinski - Social Studies Kayliegh O’S...

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled By Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    1 Years Ago Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Valley County is now looking at changing some of rural addresses to help avoid confusion for when emergency medical services are needed. A mapping system was implemented in 2006, and the mapping and addressing system is going into place to help enhance 911 services. The data uses a global positioning system (GPS) and the geographic information system (GIS). The county is now hoping to simplify addresses in hopes of correcting addresses that may be on the... Full story

  • Congratulations To LCHS Boys

    Vivian Wall, For The Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    The LCHS boys’ team were victorious over Harlowtown-Ryegate March 9 in the Consolation round of the State Tournament, winning by a score of 53-43. They placed third. First place went to Box Elder, second to Manhattan Christian. Lustre won three games at State, and lost only one, and it was by six points to Manhattan Christian....

  • Law Enforcement Report

    Mar 13, 2024

    For the week of Feb. 26 through March 2, there were 16 motor vehicle stops, one report of loose livestock, one report of a loose dog, and one report of a missing dog. Monday, Feb. 26 1605 – Reporting party stated the owner of the storage shed called him and told him the lock had been cut on his storage. When the reporting party got there, he noticed wheels and tires are missing. An officer advised this may have happened at the same time as another situation where the lock was cut on the storage unit. 2131 – Caller reported his friend’s son was...

  • Nashua Porcupines On Ice

    Mar 13, 2024


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