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  • CASA Recruiting More Volunteers in Valley County

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    Thursday, May 11, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program Director Mark Douglass will be in the community room of the Valley County Courthouse from noon to 7 p.m., to answer questions and provide information about CASA and its mission. Douglass intends on providing as much information as possible about being a CASA advocate and what the responsibilities entail. There will be no schedule or course of events, and Douglass was adamant that, “Walk-ins are not only welcome, they’re encouraged.” CASA advocates are volunteers from the local... Full story

  • Valley County School Election Results

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    Valley County schools conducted elections on May 2 for trustee vacancies and levy requests. In Glasgow, there was a three-person race for two positions on the Glasgow School board. Voters re-elected the two incumbents, Suzanne Billingsley and John Daggett, to three-year terms. Also on the ballot was the general fund levy to finance the district’s general fund in the amount of $71,273.83, which failed by a vote of 636-963. In Hinsdale, there was a trustee election featuring three candidates for two positions. Jared Albus and Keith Beil won t... Full story

  • Area Causes Receive Donation

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    Donald J. Baker, son of L.J. and Jean (Pattison) Baker, died unexpectedly of natural cases on Jan. 8, 2016, while enjoying a hunting trip in Mexico. He was born in Glasgow, and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1960. He went on to receive a master’s degree in architecture from Montana State University. He was also the design architect for the Northeastern Montana Veterans Memorial. In May 2014, he established a trust which designated most of his estate to Montana-based charities and causes, with a number being located in Valley County. Over... Full story

  • Gianforte Talks Close Ties with Trump

    James Walling, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    Greg Gianforte came to town for a campaign event at Farm Equipment Sales on Hwy. 2 in Glasgow on May 8. Gianforte is the Republican candidate to fill Montana's at-large congressional district seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. The seat was vacated earlier this year by Ryan Zinke, following his confirmation as Secretary of the Interior. The aspiring congressman arrived with Senator Mike Lang and House Speaker Austin Knudsen (HD36). The latter provided a brief wrap-up of the legislative... Full story

  • Prairie Ridge Donates to VVH Activity Department

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    On May 4, members of Prairie Ridge presented Valley View Home's activity department with a check for $500. The funds were raised during Prairie Ridge's annual quilt show in March, where the public was able to roam the halls and admire beautiful handcrafted quilts. During this event, a meal was provided for a cost and people also had the option to donate. In April, Our Redeemer Lutheran Church of Nashua held a monthly taco feed where proceeds were donated to VVH in order to complete projects... Full story

  • Art Square Silent Auction Returns to Glasgow

    Tess Fahlgren, For the Courier|May 10, 2017

    Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery's second annual ArtSquare Auction is back! Twenty-six pieces of artwork can be seen in store windows all over town, including Soma-dis Deli and The Loaded Toad. These 6"x6" canvases can be bid on at a minimum of $25 at Wheatgrass between 10-5 until Friday, May 12, 10-2 on Saturday and at the ArtSquare Auction event. Funds raised will benefit Luke's 100, a fundraising organization for Valley View Home, as well as Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery. Local art can only survive... Full story

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  • A Closer Look at Gianforte: Debunking the Public Land Issue

    Michael Burns, Representing the Right|May 10, 2017

    Fake news would love for you to, poetically and with a decent helping of moral superiority, believe that you can forget the party lines separating Greg Gianforte and Rob Quist in this upcoming special election. Supposing a Democrat that endorsed Bernie Sanders and a Republican in support of Trump wouldn’t have any major differences, the idea of bleeding hearts coming together in unity sounds novel. The media has attempted to cast Greg Gianforte’s opponent as center-right in an attempt to win the previously Republican seat in Congress. To aid...

  • Wicks Wants a Win

    Alec Carmichael, I Digress|May 10, 2017

    And so it was I found myself hating the Billionaire Tech Mogul who wants to hoard the world for his own benefit, and laughing at the thought of voting for the Cowboy Troubadour Poet going to fight consequential battles in Washington D.C. with a guitar and love first attitude. Neither candidate was appealing to me in anyway. I was beginning to despair that I would have to vote for the Montana Donald Trump or the aloof artist who can’t stand by his own views and commitments, but I digress. It wasn’t until I was reminded of the Libertarian can...

  • The Truth About Rob Quist: A Regular Guy's Money Problems

    Tess Fahlgren, Truth Nukem|May 10, 2017

    If you’ve watched television lately you might have seen the attack ads against Rob Quist, the Cut Bank man who is running for Congress in the upcoming special election. I remember when I was little, campaign ads like that would come on TV and both of my parents would mutter in disgust – not at the content, but at their existence. The red screen and dark voice missed the mark. Out here we learned respect from childhood. Some men still take their cowboy hats off when they shake a lady’s hand. You don’t know when you’ll have to call someone t...

  • The Promise of Hope

    Sandy Laumeyer, Just a Thought|May 10, 2017

    Life can change in the blink of an eye. I sure found that out at 12:50 a.m. on April 29. I had gotten up to find the lotion I use on my hands because they were itching so badly. I reached out to pull the light cord on the ceiling fan and lost my balance. Down I went. A trip to the ER and X-rays revealed I had fractured both the radius and ulna in my right arm. And yes, I am right handed. When you read this I will have had a cast put on my arm. Now on to my column. Everywhere I look I see the bright green of new grass peppered with the bright...

  • Extremely High Bison Numbers:

    May 10, 2017

    Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from Sierra Holt’s paper, “Reinterpreting the 1882 Bison Population Collapse.” The full text was presented at the 2017 Winter Grazing Seminar in Glasgow. Many sources indicate large bison numbers. Lewis and Clark are popular (Moulton, 1987); others include J. Bradbury in 1810, Edwin James in 1820, Jacob Fowler in 1822 (Hart, 2001), James A. Fisk in 1862, Captai Grant Marsh, Captain William T. Twining in 1874, and Lt. G. C. Doane (Koucky, 1983). For example: [Clark, Aug. 29, 1806] “I must have Seen...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    May 10, 2017

    THURSDAY – MAY 11 7:30 a.m. - Valley County Free Tree Day – Trees will be distributed on the east lawn of the Courthouse on a first come basis. Noon – Meet & Greet for MSU Bobcat’s AD Leon Costello and men’s basketball coach Brian Fish at the Cottonwood Inn. No-host lunch at noon, no RSVP needed. Noon to 7 p.m. - CASA of the Hi-Line will be available to answer questions and provide more information about becoming a CASA at the Valley County Courthouse Community Room. Walk-In’s are encouraged. 3 p.m. - The Valley County Transit Board will... Full story

  • Jane Elizabeth Knudson

    May 10, 2017

    Jane Elizabeth (Fetterman) Knudson 97, passed away on Sunday, April 30, 2017, at Valley View Nursing Home with her daughters by her side. She was born Oct. 19, 1919, to John and Mary Fetterman at their family home in Saco, Mont., where she was raised and where music was the heartbeat of the family. She began violin lessons at the age of 11, and began playing the trombone at age 14, both of which she played throughout high school at Saco High School, where she graduated in 1937. She pursued her... Full story

  • Maryann O'Connor

    May 10, 2017

    Maryann (Burns) O'Connor, 70, passed away on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, after a hard, fought battle with breast cancer. A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 18, at Immaculate Conception Church (1223 16th Street) in Fort Benton followed by a gathering of family and friends at the Montana Agricultural Museum (1205 20th Street). She was born in Glasgow, Mont., on May, 25, 1946, to Donald "Bing" and Anne (Ihnat) Burns. She grew up and attended elementary school in... Full story

  • Roymane V. Christiana

    May 10, 2017

    Roymane V. (Priebe) Christiana, 95, passed peacefully Monday, May 1, 2017, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital with her family by her side. She was born Nov. 11, 1921, to Edward and Edith (Matz) Priebe. She was raised on a farm near Wolverton, Minn. She was one of three children. She came to Montana to begin her teaching career. While in Glasgow, she met Francis "Chris" Christiana and the couple married April 8, 1950. To this union two daughters were born. They celebrated 24 years of... Full story

  • Services Set For Arlene Knaff

    May 10, 2017

    Rosary will be held for Arlene Paterichia (Rennick) Knaff on Tuesday, May 16, at 7 p.m., at St. Raphael’s Catholic Church. Services will be held on Wednesday, May 17, at 10 a.m., at Highland cemetery. A luncheon will follow at the Glasgow Elks Lodge. She passed away Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, at the age of 92 in Las Vegas, Nev.... Full story

  • Scotties Score Two More Wins

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    The Scottie sluggers notched two more wins this past weekend, bringing them to 17-1 overall for the season. On May 5, Glasgow hosted the class A Sidney Eagles and finished with an 8-1 win. The Scotties attacked offensively right off the bat, and defensively denied the Lady Eagles any runs until the final inning. Senior Khloe Krumwiede extended her home run record with a grand slam in the second inning, and pitcher Tyra Johnson racked up nine strikeouts to bolster her own individual record. Glasg... Full story

  • Scotties Advance to the Big Show

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    The Scottie golf team was in Harlem May 5, and the boys took the top spot with 379 points. Leading the way was Oden Hallock, who placed third overall individually with 93 points. Blaine Myrick and Cody Ross shared fourth and fifth place with a 93, and Ike Braaten finished just behind them with 96. Kaden Fossum shot a 105. For the JV team, Britt Fairclough shot a 108, followed by Cale Swanson with a 110. Also competing were Merrick Eliason, 132; Ethan Hartsock, 124; and Donny Brabeck, 141. Heidi... Full story

  • Scottie Girls Sweep Wolf Point, Hinsdale Meets

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|May 10, 2017

    The Scottie track team has been busy, with three separate meets held in the last week. The competitions began with the top ten meet in Glasgow on May 2. The meet weather was miserable, with wind, rain, and a significant delay due to lightning in the area. Despite that, according to head coach Tim Phillips, there were good performances. Two meet records were broken – Benji Phillips extended his already-standing record for the javelin with his 195-09 throw and Garrison Hughes of Sidney snagged t... Full story

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