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Articles from the April 6, 2016 edition

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 By Desiree Johnson    News    April 6, 2016

Glasgow High School Performs The Wedding Singer

Glasgow High School will be presenting the hit musical The Wedding Singer with performances on April 8-9 and 11 at 7 p.m. and April 10 at 4 p.m. Based on the hit movie, The Wedding Singer takes us...

 
 By James Walling    News    April 6, 2016

City Council Brief

Some meetings of the Glasgow City Council are busier than newspaper reports in the Courier reflect. With various grants pending and the potential acquisition of the Valley Court Apartments in the works, this is one of those weeks. At the April 4...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    April 6, 2016

Investigation Continues, Leads to Further Arrest

Valley County Sheriff’s office, during their continued drug investigation, has arrested yet another on meth charges. Rodney Carlton Harrell was arrested on criminal possession of dangerous drugs - methamphetamine - on April 1. KLTZ reported that... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    April 6, 2016

A Penny for Your Thoughts

It's hard to imagine a family less interested in publicity, but that didn't stop Penny Strommen and her husband Eliot from making time when we came calling. They opened their doors gladly for a...

 

Scottie Boys And Girls Sweep the First Track Meet of 2016

It was an unusual day for a track meet on Saturday. Unusual because the weather was perfect. There was no rain, snow, or wind. Okay, there was some wind, but it kept the bugs away. Glasgow hosted the...

 

FWP: Talking Turkey

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and participating land owners will open some Block Management Areas (BMAs) for spring turkey hunting along the Milk River and also one area south of Zortman. Up to 11 BMAs could be open for the spring turkey season,... Full story

 
 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    April 6, 2016

More Government Waste

Just when I didn’t think it could get any worse, here comes this story in the Washington Free Beacon about the National Institute of Health spending $400,000 texting Latino men, telling them they’re too fat and that they need to exercise more....

 
 By Ryan Zinke    Opinion    April 6, 2016

Real Tax Relief for all Montanans

You sent me to Washington with a long list of Montana priorities. After about a year in the House, I’m happy to say we’ve accomplished a lot. My bill, the Resilient Federal Forests Act, passed the House with bipartisan support and was the first... Full story

 
 By Steve Daines    Opinion    April 6, 2016

Montana Energy Jobs Under Assault

Made-in-Montana energy means good Montana jobs that on average pay two to three times more than the state average. Montana’s ability to create more good-paying energy jobs is immense – in fact, our state leads the nation in coal deposits. We are... Full story

 

Why Trump is Successful

Republicans hate Trump. Democrats hate Trump. Social media hates Trump. The media pretends to hate Trump. Everyone hates Trump. Trump Trump Trump. Or do they? In Trump’s case, the phrase “any press is good press” is becoming the most accurate... Full story

 

Medicine Crow an Advocate for American Values

As was widely reported, Joseph Medicine Crow, a chief of the Montana Crow Tribe of Montana and a Native American historian, died in a hospice in Billings on April 3 at the age of 102. Medicine Crow was raised on a Crow reservation near Lodge Grass, M...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    April 6, 2016

Trains Gone By

Being retired I decided to take in a 4-H Statewide shooting event. This event covered various classes of air rifles, pistols and archery. As a parent and grandparent, I have taken in my share of 4-H activities, but this was new and interesting to...

 

Wade James Brockmier

Wade James Brockmier, aka "Nickel Wade," 50, passed away on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, at home in Glasgow, Mont. He was born to Wesley Brockmier and Dorothy Friedrich on March 15, 1966, in... Full story

 

Adeline Hazel Peterson

Adeline Hazel (Zimpel) Peterson, 90, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 18, 2016, in Meridian, Idaho. A memorial service will be held at the First Lutheran Church, 641 2nd Ave. N. in Glasgow, on...

 

Lori Lyn Durell

Lori Lyn Durell, 58, of Marion, S.D., entered Avera Hospice House in Sioux Falls, S.D., in November of 2015. She was adamant that she would be escorted on the arm of Jesus Christ through the gates of...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAYS APRIL 6 & 13 CASA of the Hi-Line will be answering your questions about how you can protect abused and neglected children in Valley County by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Valley County Courthouse... Full story

 

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