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Articles from the March 19, 2014 edition

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 By Quinn Robinson    News    March 19, 2014

Wrestling with Emotions

Anger and frustration were in the air as members of the Glasgow wrestling community voiced their concerns over the temporary reduction in size of the high school wrestling room. The reduction, due to... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 19, 2014

Scams On The Rise Across Area

It sounds like a dream. You pick up the phone and someone informs you that you just won the lottery. While many are savvy to the current scams, there are still people out there who end up giving out financial information and find their finances have...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 19, 2014

Interior Secretary, Tester Visit Water Plant

Bringing water to rural areas is a task that can be challenging. The Assiniboine and Sioux Rural Water Supply System (ASRWSS) is a state of the art water treatment facility that isn't going to just...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    March 19, 2014

Intriguing Races, Issues Fill June Primary Ballot

The deadline to file for the upcoming election has now passed. With candidates set, the race is on to campaign. Valley County Clerk Lynne Nyquist explained that the high number of candidates was enough to call for a primary on June 3. A few last minu...


Flood Watch Along Icy Milk

A flood watch remained in effect through at least Wednesday afternoon for the Milk River from Glasgow to Nashua, above, where ice jams remain. The flood watch area includes central and southern... Full story


Hockeytown, Montana

Dear Editor: Last weekend our Lewistown hockey teams had the good fortune of spending a weekend in Glasgow and enjoying some friendly competition with your children and adults. Hockey is a brand new... Full story


End Of Basketball Season: A Time For Reflection

As our local high school basketball seasons have all come to an end, I have done a lot of reflecting, as I always do. I find it very remarkable what our kids along this stretch of Eastern Montana highway have been able to accomplish. They say that... Full story


Good Question: Where Was Pharmacy Counter?

Yes, my face is RED. As I typed up my article on Cory’s last week, I had this thought nagging at me. Just where was the pharmacy counter? Since this was not a drug store, rather a confectionary, I should have heeded that nagging thought. So, all...


Globalization Domination

It was back in the winter of 1953 or so when I caught my first glimpse of the upcoming event called globalization. It was back in the day when we had spent billions of U.S. dollars “rebuilding” Japan and Germany and were smack-dab in the middle...


What's In A Name? State Powers Trump Fed Powers

Naming your children is a process that sometimes takes months to decide. Names are passed on for generations, or they are chosen for their particular meaning and once in a while are used due to popularity. For Terrance Lee Brauner, his Christian... Full story


Meetings, Records Open To The Public

To Concerned Citizens: Having just read The Glasgow Courier’s article on Sunshine Week (“Good Day, Sunshine” on the March 12 Opinion page), I would like to make a comment. In Valley County, and all of Montana, all meetings are open to the...


Lloyd Irwin Lefdahl

Lloyd Irwin Lefdahl, 91, passed away on Sunday, March 16, 2014, at the Country Home in Malta, Mont., of natural causes. Funeral services will be held Friday, March 21, at 11 a.m. at the Malta...


Lorena M. Stein

Lorena M. (Pehan) Stein, 93, passed away peacefully in RiverStone Hospice Home and went to be with our Lord on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Cremation has taken place. A rosary will be said at 5 p.m. on...


Henry David Yager

Henry David Yager, 77, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Sunday, March 16, 2014, at the Valley View Home in Glasgow. He resided at Valley View for one year and seven months. Funeral services will be 4...


Yesterday's Courier Memory: The 1939 Milk River Flood

This upcoming weekend marks the start of the 75th anniversary of the 1939 Milk River Flood. Until the 1952 flood, it was the most devastating on record for the Milk River valley. The flood started... Full story

 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    March 19, 2014

Scottie Boys Bounced From State

The Glasgow Scotties have come off an amazing season, which included a 49-40 win over the Jefferson Panthers in the opening round of the 2014 Class B State Tournament on Thursday. It was the team's... Full story

 By Virgil Vaupel    Sports    March 19, 2014

Hinsdale Gives All It Has

After sailing through their first contest with Winnett/Grass Range the Lady Raiders of Hinsdale (25-2) drew the Lady Rebels of Shields Valley (20-6) as their next opponent at state. The Rebels coming... Full story


Highlanders Place Six In Denver

The Glasgow Highlanders wresting club traveled to Denver to compete in the Rocky Mountain Nationals over the weekend. The Rocky Mountain Nationals hosted wrestling clubs from across the country. Glasgow’s club saw six wrestlers place in the event...


Scottie Boys, Girls Receive Basketball Honors

With basketball season over, a few Glasgow Scotties have been recognized for their stellar play during the 2013-14 season. Starting with the boys team, three Scotties were named to the First Team All-Conference list. Those players were Chase Fossum,...


JJMT Opens On Friday

It’s time to lace up the sneakers as another year of the Jeff Jurgens Memorial Basketball Tournament is around the corner. The tournament will tip-off Friday and is routinely known to bring numerous teams to the area to compete. The tournament... Full story



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