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  • GMS Students Sign Their Names To Make History

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|May 11, 2022

    During its state-wide tour, Sletten Construction made a stop at Glasgow Middle School on May 2 to allow the eighth-graders and a few lucky seventh-graders the opportunity to put their signatures on a beam that will be used in the Montana Historical Society's Topping Out celebration in Helena on May 17. Topping out ceremonies are held to celebrate a major milestone in a construction project. When it's put into place, the beam will signify that the steel at the highest point of the new Montana...

  • Valley County Election Results

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|May 11, 2022

    Michelle Bigelbach The Courier Valley County voters made their voices heard on Election Day, May 3. With the exclusion of Opheim, all of the other Valley County schools asked voters to either choose a new trustee and/or to vote on a funding levy. A special district election was also held to help fill three three-year terms on the North Valley County Water & Sewer District. Frazer School District ran a trustee election as they had one one-year term opening and one three-year term opening. Tihs election was held at the Frazer School Annex and...

  • Norm Girard Honored

    May 11, 2022

  • FMDH 5K Run & Walk

    May 11, 2022

  • Gov. Gianforte Renews Call to End Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Crisis

    For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    Proclaiming May 5 as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) Awareness Day in Montana, Governor Greg Gianforte renewed his call to protect our Native communities and end the MMIP crisis. “As I visit reservations across Montana, the MMIP crisis looms large in the hearts and minds of our Native neighbors. Let’s be clear and unequivocal – no Native girl, boy, woman, or man should live in fear,” Gov. Gianforte said. “Today, I join Montanans and Americans in strengthening our resolve to bring the epidemic of MMIP to an end.” Since 2019,...

  • Montana Delegation Marked May 5 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day

    For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines on May 5 marked the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls after introducing their resolution designating May 5 earlier this week. The Senators’ resolution raises awareness, honors the Native American women who are missing or murdered, and identifies solutions to end this violent epidemic. “Raising awareness about the MMIW epidemic in Montana and across the country is an important piece of the fight to combat violence against Indigenous women and girls,” said...

  • Watching Trains

    Gwen Cornwell, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    Remember watching the trains traveling along the railroad track and always ending with a red caboose?I think that the caboose was used to house the crew or part of the crew anyway. I think this may have been a safety requirement but like so many things, technology has changed all of that. Our railroad crews no longer have to manually throw switches, however I think that this little red caboose often offered a nice little place for relaxing by an old cast iron stove that provided heat both for warmth and cooking. The coffee was probably always...

  • Mandy Rasmusan

    For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    Mandy Rasmusan currently teaches math at the Glasgow Middle School and is her 22nd year of teaching. She is married to Terry Rasmusan, who is a native of Peerless, Mont., and has four kids, Megan, 26, Glasgow High School class of 2014, DJ, 22, Glasgow High School class of 2018, Mylee, 12, and Kinsley, 10. "Teaching gives me the opportunity to support student growth and challenge students to prove their thinking. I enjoy that each day brings different tasks for each class, keeping things...

  • Community Calendar

    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 September are Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dime Bingo at the Glasgow Senior Citizen Center each Tuesday at 1 p.m. and Saturday at 7 p.m. weekly. Glasgow Senior Center is serving congregate senior meals Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 11:30 a.m. Call the Senior Center, 228-9500, before 9 a.m. each day to r...

  • Audiences Will Be Humming Along, as Fort Peck Summer Theatre Opens Season 2022 With Nostalgic Favorite FOREVER PLAID

    For the Courier

    Forever Plaid is a popular and affectionate musical homage to the close-harmony 'guy groups' that reached the height of their popularity during the 1950s, following a quartet of high-school chums in their cherry red '54 Mercury, and their earnest dreams of recording an album and appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show. Having been performed at FPST twice before, it is regularly one of the most requested shows to make a return. Forever Plaid stars company stalwart Jay Michael Roberts, alongside three...

  • SKYWARN Spotter Training Classes

    For the Courier

    The National Weather Service in Glasgow, in conjunction with county Disaster and Emergency Services directors, will be hosting a series of SKYWARN Weather Spotter training classes in May. The dates for the classes are: May 16, 5:30 p.m. STAT Air Hangar 81 Airport Rd, Glasgow May 17, 5 p.m. Sidney Fire Hall 1105 3rd St NW, Sidney May 25, 5:30 p.m. Dawson County Courthouse 207 W Bell St, Glendive May 26, 5 p.m. Phase 3 Building 501 Medicine Bear Rd, Poplar If you have any questions, email Patrick Gilchrist at patrick.gilchrist...

  • Opheim School News

    For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    The Junior High Academic Olympics were held on April 6. Billy Still came in as the overall top seventh-grade student in the division. He placed second in the English test, fifth in the science test and 10th in the history test. The team lost out in the first round of the oral competition. It was a close match and the team that won ended up also taking the championship in the orals. Throughout the school year several of our students participated in extra curricular sports that are not involved with the school. These students traveled to either...

  • VCHD Now Offering Second Booster Dose Of COVID Vaccine

    For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    The Valley County Health Department is offering the second booster doses of the COVID vaccine to people age 50+ or immunocompromised individuals age 18+. Walk-in vaccination clinics are from 4 to 5:30 p.m. every Wednesday afternoon throughout the spring and summer. We will continue to offer first, second, third (if immunocompromised), first booster, and second booster at the recommended intervals. These vaccines are free to everyone. We encourage everyone to assess their individual and family health status, summer schedules including travel... Full story

  • John A Langen

    May 11, 2022

    John A Langen passed away peacefully at home on Monday, March 28, 2022. He was 77 years old and died from complications of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a degenerative lung disease. John, the eldest of four children, was born in New Rochelle, N.Y., on Sept. 28, 1944, to Leonard Langen, of Glasgow, Mont., and Katherine (Kitty Lou) Loper, of Richmond, Ind. Leonard was an agent with the FBI and was assigned to New York at that time. The FBI transferred the family to Butte, Mont., and John... Full story

  • Fransen Nominated For Dickinson State University's 2022 Outstanding Graduate Award

    For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    Alexander Fransen, of Glasgow, was nominated to receive Dickinson State University’s 2022 Outstanding Graduate Award. This award is the highest honor bestowed upon graduating seniors by the university. Students are nominated by the faculty in their academic departments for exceptional performance in their fields of study. Nominees submit an application packet which includes a resume, documentation of leadership, letters of reference, and an essay. A selection committee reviews completed applications and selects two individuals to receive the o...

  • Plummer Graduates From FPCC

    May 11, 2022

  • Western Valley 4-H Club

    Linden Holt, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    The 4-H meeting of the Western Valley 4-H club was held on April 10 at McCollys'. For song, we danced the Macarena. After the meeting, the club was treated to some juicy hot dogs and delicious brownies as Broc McColly and Cooper Albus played some basketball. The club also donated $300 to the Missoula Children's Theater....

  • Opheim FFA News

    Carrie Taylor from the Opheim School Newsletter, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    The Opheim FFA chapter recently wrapped up its 92nd Montana FFA State convention in Bozeman. The chapter competed in five competitions all together; Ag Sales, Agronomy, Extemporaneous Speaking, Mechanics, and Prepared Speaking. The Sales team this year was Cole Taylor, Carrie Taylor, Mandy Furhmann and Zach Fauth. Individually, the top two placings were taken by Cole Taylor (second) and Carrie Taylor (43rd). The next placings taken by the Opheim Sales team was Mandy Fuhrmann (69th) and Zach Fauth (118th). These placings were out of 184...

  • Opheim Rodeo Club Awarded Rural Community Grant

    From Northwest Farm Credit Services, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    Northwest Farm Credit Services is proud to award the Opheim Rodeo Club with a $3,840 Rural Community Grant. "The rodeo club will be using the money to purchase materials to replace the existing rodeo arena," said Secretary Deb Bailey. "The rodeo club would like to thank Northwest Farm Credit for helping maintain a safe environment for its rodeo participants and spectators." Northwest FCS is committed to helping rural communities succeed. Since the program's inception in 2007, it has awarded...

  • Another Gardening Session

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    I’m starting yet another season of gardening. It must be the 47th? Because it’s stayed nice, I’ve finally tilled the garden space. It worked up very nicely. After my few hours running the garden tractor, I spent several more hours laying out the drip system and staking it down in place. The electric fence to protect the space from deer is not yet in place, nor are my pea fences. I’m still mulling over what’s going to planted where. I try to rotate things every year. Of course, there are perennials in my garden: the raspberries, honeyberry bushe...

  • Fort Peck Reservoir Fisheries Management Plan update beginning

    Fish Wildlife and Parks|May 11, 2022

    FORT PECK – The 10-year fisheries management plan for Fort Peck Reservoir will expire in 2022, prompting Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to begin updating the plan for next 10 years. FWP is seeking anglers' assistance with this plan, starting with an online survey. This will be the fourth 10-year management plan for the popular reservoir. Each of these plans have been developed with regional and state-wide public involvement to establish clear management direction for the Fort Peck fishery. T...

  • Traveling with Technology

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    After a long, long winter we’re finally able to emerge and enjoy the outdoors! Our eyelashes won’t freeze to our face, the simple act of breathing won’t be painful; truly have we suffered. But before too long we’ll be planning getaways and trips and excursions and generally enjoying all the joys which leaving the house has to offer. Something we often tend to overlook is what tech to bring with us to help plan and capture these memories. I for one, being someone who’s relatively technology-heavy in their life, tend to over pack in this rega...

  • Agricultural Stress In NE Montana

    VCC Americorp Worker Haley Genster, For the Courier|May 11, 2022

    No one is a stranger to stress and all the ways it affects our lives - even more so in recent years. The pandemic, recession, and continued cultural polarization has deeply impacted everybody- possibly in ways we may not fully grasp for years. However, not everyone had that global stress compounded with environmental factors like rural farm communities have coming into back-to-back drought years. As of April 1, the Milk River Basin, which covers 23,800 sq mi from southern Alberta to Nashua, is at 68 percent of normal precipitation and the...

  • Sand Signs With Naval Academy

    May 11, 2022

  • No Stroke of Luck, Just Pure Talent

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|May 11, 2022

    The Scottie boys golf team took two big wins in their final two regular season meets. The boys won the Poplar Invite in Wolf Point Thursday with 340 points, taking the top three slots. Glasgow won their home meet at Sunnyside on Friday with a score of 335, taking the top four spots. In girls' action, Elle Stone placed seventh at the Poplar Invite with a score of 112. She split her score evenly with a 56 on both the front and back nine. Kylie Lagerquist shot a 121 at the Glasgow Invite for third...

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