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Articles from the April 10, 2019 edition

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NWS Discusses Flood Projections, Lessons Learned

It was just March 13 when the headline on the Glasgow Courier's front page read NWS Flood Projections Look Good for Glasgow, the article stating there was a prediction of less than a five percent...

 

Helping Feed Cows Leads to Fast Response by V.C. S&R

When Josh Thompson received the call that two kayakers were in need of help on the Milk River on March 31, they were in luck. The Search and Rescue airboat was already staged and in place to serve a very different mission. The crew was supposed to...

 

Henry Takes on Role in Peer Support

Nonprofit group Montana's Peer Network has launched a program in Northeast Montana in affiliation with the Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center in Glasgow. Taking on the role of peer support...

 

Elks Welcomes New Members

Glasgow Elks Lodge 1922 has made several improvements recently. First, and foremost, was the initiation of seven new members. On Wednesday, April 3, current members gathered to welcome Darryl...

 

Williams Makes Early Campaign Stop in Glasgow

Kathleen Williams made a campaign stop in Glasgow on April 8 at Soma Dis Deli. The former Montana legislator and prior candidate is running for Montana’s sole seat in the U.S. House of...

 

CBP Makes Case for New Hours

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection held a town hall on April 2 at the Glasgow Senior Citizens Center to discuss the removal of extended summer hours at the Opheim, Morgan and Scobey ports of entry and the reduction of hours at the Raymond Port....

 

Legislative Report

Dear Editor, This past week, the Montana House of Representatives passed both House Bill 652, the Long-Range Bonding bill, and House Bill 658, the Medicaid Expansion bill. The Bonding bill passed the...

 

Legislative Report

Dear Editor, Two weeks ago, the House voted to spend $191 million dollars on infrastructure needs across the state. These projects included water, sewer, bridges and roads. Last week in Helena,...

 

Ports of Entry

Dear Editor, Customs & Border Protection has proposed a reduction of hours due to a decline in traffic over the past four years. I attended the Town Hall meetings at Plentywood to discuss hour...

 

Love and Support

So far, this year has presented a lot of challenges. It really is true you never know what to expect. Some of the bumps in my journey have been fair-sized, others have been on the small side. I am still waging my battle with cancer by remaining on...

 

Of Mice and Me

In a recent phone conversation with my mom, Helen DePuydt, we managed to end up talking about mice. It is funny how conversations will meander into different topics ending on one that becomes lasting memory. My mom told me about a recent infestation...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

The Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. The museum will be starting their new summer hours from May to August, Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For further information or special arrangements... Full story

 

Glasgow Glow Run

The second annual Glasgow Glow Run will be held on Wednesday, April 24, starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Glasgow Middle School. The fee to participate is $15 if register before April 12 and $20 if register after April 12. The 5K fun run and 1 mile walk...

 

Valley County Senior Citizens Prom

The 2019 Valley County Senior Citizens Prom will be on Tuesday, April 16, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Glasgow Senior Citizens Center. The cost will be $3 for single and $5 per couple. The event, sponsored by the Glasgow High School Student Council,... Full story

 

Nashua School Kindergarten Roundup

Nashua School will have Kindergarten Roundup on Thursday, April 25, from 1:40 to 3:30 p.m. at the school. In order to be eligible for kindergarten, the child must be five years of age on or before Sept. 10, 2019. When registering your child for... Full story

 

Emma 'Boots' Wallette

On Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., Emma "Boots" (Dubois) Wallette passed peacefully from this earth in her sleep. She had her family around her while listening to gospel music, which was her... Full story

 

Shirley M. Bundy

Shirley M. (Troll) Bundy, 91, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019. Mother was not fond of cold weather, so services and interment at Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Mont., will be held... Full story

 

Duanne Stellflug

Duanne Stellflug, longtime resident of Opheim, Mont., passed away Saturday, March 23, 2019. A memorial service will be held in Billings, Mont., Thursday, June 13, as well as a service in Opheim,... Full story

 

Vicki Renee Forbus

Vicki Renee Forbus, 48, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away peacefully at her home with her dog, Missy, loyally by her side. She was born May 23, 1970, in Merrian, Kan., to Karen (Brooks) and Euell Forbus... Full story

 

Shrek Delights Audience of All Ages

While the green of spring hasn't shown up outdoors yet, green was in full bloom at the Glasgow High School Auditorium this past weekend. In front of a packed house, Glasgow Middle School students...

 

Fort Peck Summer Theatre Prepares for Landmark 50th Anniversary Season

Fort Peck Summer Theatre (FPST) is preparing for the 50th Anniversary Season! The season promises to celebrate the history of the theatre and showcase a wide variety of productions, which continue to...

 

An End to Procrastination, Maybe?

Now that most of my snow reserves are gone, I'm getting more serious about gardening and yard work. I'll admit my powers of procrastination have not lost any strength at all, and so, no seeds for...

 

Scottie Boys Impress with Three Consecutive Track & Field Wins

The Scottie track team is off and running, literally. Following a successful home meet, the boys and girls were on the road to Havre for the Cal Wearley Invitational on April 3 and again to Glendive...

 

Lady Scotties Redeem Loss vs. Glendive with Come-From-Behind Win vs. Sidney

The Scottie softballers had their second home game of the season on April 2 when they hosted the Sidney Lady Eagles at Jeff Jurgens Field. While Glasgow enjoyed an early lead, thanks to a three-run...

 

Class C Tracksters Compete in Havre, Glendive

While the Frazer Bearcubs and the Hinsdale Raiders traveled to the Cal Wearley Invitational Track Meet in Havre on April 3, the Nashua Porcupines and the Lustre Christian Lions chose to make the trip...

 

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