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Articles from the March 15, 2023 edition

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The Voice Of Sports For 30 Years

KLTZ/Mix 93's Stan Ozark has been the voice of Valley County sports for 30 years and was recently celebrated by the Glasgow Scotties community during the Northern B Girls Divisional tournament. On...


Slash The Stigma

The first annual Slash the Stigma Devon Thompson Memorial Tournament was held at the Valley Event Center this past weekend, March 11 and 12. A total of eight local teams participated in the...

 By For the Courier    News    March 15, 2023

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

With support from the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), local law enforcement and the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) are increasing patrols and enforcement presence during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday period. Because the holiday falls on a...


New Website Goes Live For Valley County!

Valley County upgraded its website in February. It can still be accessed from the original web link, Local photographer Sean Heavey provided all the photos for the homepage, depicting Valley County’s beautiful...


Important Facts About E-Cigarettes To Spark A Dialogue

Editor’s Note: This is part four of a five part series regarding e-cigarettes. The first part was printed in the Feb. 22 edition, the second part was printed in the March 1 edition and the third part was printed in the March 8 edition. Learn some...

 By For the Courier    Coming Events   

Early Childhood Screening in Hinsdale

Parents of preschool children in the Hinsdale community are invited to participate in a free early childhood screening, sponsored by the Bear Paw Cooperative, on Monday, March 27, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Hinsdale School. Please make an... Full story

 By For the Courier    AG    March 15, 2023

Valley County 4-H Makes Blankets For Valley County Law Enforcement

Members of Valley County 4-H came together on Dec. 29 to make tie quilts for Valley County Law Enforcement. Under the direction of Bobbie Britzman, members cut and tied around the edges of fleece to...


Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

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 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,... Full story


Glasgow Middle School February Students Of The Month

Sixth Grade Ashton Gardner - English Blaine Brandt - Health Aiden Aune - Math Paxton Bilger - Science Addison Squires - Social Studies Mary Knierim - Library Jaxson Kemp - Art Reece Martin - Band Seventh Grade Averylynn Terrel - English Aedan Weber... Full story


Opheim Second Quarter Honor Roll

High Honors (3.7+ GPA) Carrie Taylor Aliah Batalla Billy Still Honors (3.3 GPA) Bo Anderson Latia O’Guin Maria Still... Full story


$125,000 in Youth Serve Montana Scholarships Awarded

The Governor’s Office of Community Service (ServeMontana), Reach Higher Montana, and Montana Campus Compact (MTCC) are pleased announce 100 Montana high school seniors have been awarded Youth Serve Montana Scholarships. This scholarship is offered... Full story


Nemont Offering $10,000 in Scholarships

Nemont believes that supporting educational endeavors aids in strengthening our communities. Applications are being accepted now through Sunday, April 2, for 10 - $1,000 scholarships to students in the Nemont service areas. Nemont will offer five... Full story


Montana Farmers Union Scholarship Application Deadline Extended

The deadline to submit applications for Montana Farmers Union scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 each has been extended to April 17. The annual scholarships are offered through MFU as part of the organization’s commitment to education and... Full story


Do You Have Enough Emergency Savings?

Many people would agree that preparation is the key to success in many areas of life. Yet, when it comes to being ready for a financial emergency, a sizable percentage of Americans are feeling distinctly unprepared — and that can lead to problems....


Western Valley 4-H Report

The Western Valley 4-H Club held our March meeting on March 5. Secretary Linden Holt asked the roll call question of "How many monkeys does it take to change a light bulb?" We had answers ranging...

 By For the Courier    AG    March 15, 2023

Governor Gianforte Proclaims March Montana Agriculture Month

Governor Greg Gianforte on March 7 proclaimed March 2023 Montana Agriculture Month to honor and celebrate the state’s agriculture industry, farmers and ranchers, and their contributions to the Montana way of life and the world. In his proclamation,...


Pixels? Mega!

Our ability to snap photos on a whim is something that most of us, with high quality cameras on the smartphones we carry everywhere, take for granted. Even over the course of the last decade or so, our phone cameras have gone from something only...


Outdoor Gardening Postponed - Again

This latest blast from Mother Nature has certainly dampened my enthusiasm for gardening out of doors. My plans to start some seeds are on hold, although they probably shouldn't be. I know onions...


Yesterday's Memories

10 Years Ago Wednesday, March 13, 2013 The Valley County Conservation District is considering an ordinance that would require a permit for grazing any bison, whether wild, free-roaming or domestic,...


March Winter Storms

March has brought us winter storms like we haven’t seen in a few years. I am sure there are residents of the Opheim area that will remember winters of snow banks higher than your car along the side of the road. These were quite fascinating to a...

 By For the Courier    News    March 15, 2023

Applications Being Accepted For Two Open Trustee Positions on Glasgow School Board

There are two positions open for the Glasgow School District Board of Trustees this year. Angie Page’s and Blaine White’s terms are set to expire and both have declared their intent to run again. The annual school election will be held Tuesday,...


North Country Brings Home First Co-op State Basketball Title

Total domination. Those two words sum up the North Country Mavericks' performance at the Class C State Basketball Tournament in Billings this past weekend. The girls from Hinsdale, Saco and...


Lustre Christian Finishes Historic Season at State With 24-2 Record

Lustre Christian's historic basketball season came to a conclusion at the 2022-23 Class C State Basketball Tournament in Billings this past weekend after the Lions went 1-2 at the final event of the...


Law Enforcement Report

For the week of March 6 through 12, there were four motor vehicle stops and 13 reports of vehicle sliding off the road. Monday, March 6 1400 – A male called in on 911 and was hard to understand. A second male got on the phone and stated the semi...


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