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Articles from the April 13, 2022 edition

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Just Let It Rain - or Snow - Already!

The past week's rain and snow throughout Valley County was welcomed and even elicited comments such as "Thank goodness for this rain!" "I don't like snow this time of year but it's better than nothing...

 

City Council Addresses Numerous Concerns

The Glasgow City Council held their bi-monthly meeting on April 4, which included discussions regarding the nuisance of pigeons in Glasgow, the trees in the Highland Cemetery that are causing issues with power lines, an update from the Glasgow...

 

Glasgow School Board Candidates

In the race to serve on the Glasgow School Board, the Glasgow Courier sent seven questions to each candidate: Who are you, where are you from, connection to Glasgow schools, graduation year etc. Why...

 

CI-121

Dear Editor, Constitutional Initiative 121 or CI-121 is a proposed initiative petition currently circulating to gather enough signatures to qualify for the ballot this November. If asked, decline to...

 

Product of the USA Label Controversy

Dear Editor, In March of 2020 the USDA made a statement that the present definition of the Product in USA label was confusing consumers. The admission came in response to a petition filed by the...

 

Stockwater Rights Vs. The WWF's Plans

Dear Editor, Unfortunately, the stars are lining up for the World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) grandiose plan to rewild the Northern Great Plains. Their pilot project in northeastern Montana, being...

 

Encryption, For Everyone, Everywhere.

Thankfully, the days of it being cool to demonize technology in a blanket fashion are coming to an end. Even over the course of my career, things have shifted and people have realized that it’s much more useful as a tool for productivity, learning...

 

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 hours through April are... Full story

 

Ronald 'Ronnie' Michael Dohlen

Ronald "Ronnie" Michael Dohlen passed away Friday, February 25, 2022. A family gathering will be in Seattle at a later date. Ronnie's cremains will be interred in Highland Cemetery, Glasgow, Mont.,... Full story

 

Allie Mae Russell

Allie Mae Russell, age 98, of Larslen, Mont., on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, started a journey for a joyous reunion in heaven with her parents, her two sons, nine siblings and many other family members... Full story

 

Leonard A. Puchalla

Leonard A. Puchalla, age 85, went home to be with his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ on Tuesday, April 5, 2022. With his wife Lea of 63 years at his side he peacefully left this world after a short... Full story

 

LaDonna Sauer

Our precious mother, LaDonna (Tade) Sauer, went to walk with the angels on Monday, April 4, 2022. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, April 19, at 10:30 a.m. at Highland Cemetery, followed by a... Full story

 

Louise Goertzen

Louise (Huebert) Goertzen, 78, of Beatrice, Neb., passed away at home on Friday, April 8, 2022. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m., on Thursday, April 14, at Christ Community Church, of... Full story

 

Joyce Lorraine Sylvester

Joyce Lorraine (Christensen) Sylvester, 80, of Fort Peck, Mont., passed away the morning of Friday, April 8, 2022, peacefully with family. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m., Thursday, April 14,... Full story

 

James 'Jim' W. Myers

James "Jim" W. Myers, 68, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Friday, April 1, 2022, at his home. Cremation has taken place and his ashes were buried with his parents in Highland Cemetery in Glasgow. Jim... Full story

 

Kvetching – Again

Since I'm using the word "kvetch" for my continuing bellyaching about the wind, I decided I should have more information about it. Kvetch in Yiddish means "to press" or "to squeeze" (which is what I...

 

Law Enforcement

There were 17 motor vehicle stops, one report of a loose dog, two reports of a barking dog and one report of loose livestock. Saturday, April 2 0106 – Tribal Security alerted a deputy of someone in an abandoned building on Firemoon . 0113 – RCSO...

 
 By For the Courier    AG    April 13, 2022

Glasgow Stockyards' Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of March 31 showed 617 cattle with cows and bulls steady. Utility and commercial cows brought in $75 to $87. Canner and cutter cows brought in $62 to $75, young feeding/turnout cows brought in $85 to...

 

Hay Hotline Helps Ag Producers List and Look for Available Forage or Pasture

As dry conditions persist throughout the state, the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) would like to remind farmers and ranchers that they can use the Hay Hotline, an online forum, to list their forage for sale or donation, and/or search...

 
 By For the Courier    AG    April 13, 2022

Daines, Rosendale Urge Biden Admin To Extend Protest Period for Bison Grazing Proposal

U.S. Senator Steve Daines and Congressman Matt Rosendale wrote a letter to Department of Interior Secretary Debra Haaland and Bureau of Land Management Director Tracy Stone-Manning on April 4 urging to extend the protest period on the proposed...

 

Scottie Boys Do a 181 for the Win in Baker

The Scottie boys' track team sat atop the points board at the Baker Invitational this past Saturday, racking up 181 points powered by five first-place finishes. Glasgow's girls' team placed third...

 

Glasgow Golf Scottie Boys Take First

Glasgow's golf squad hit the links this past Friday, taking part in the Shelby Invitational. For their first time on the not-yet greens, the Scotties turned in an impressive performance. Junior Riley...

 

Scottie Softball Goes 1-2 on the Week

The Glasgow-Hinsdale-Nashua softball team went 1-2 last week, dropping a home game 15-3 to Dawson County before splitting their games at the Lewistown Invitational on Friday. The Scotties lost 5-2 to...

 

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