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Articles from the December 21, 2016 edition

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Law Enforcement Brief: DUI Patrols, Wreck on Hwy 24

The Valley County Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone that law enforcement agencies will be stepping up DUI patrols through the first of the new year. DUI Task Force Coordinator Deputy Chri... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    December 21, 2016

Event Center Limits Parking Due to Recent Vandalism

Due to several acts of vandalism, littering, and damage to property, the Valley Event Center parking area is closed to the public, with the exception of approved activities. Trespassers will be prosecuted and Valley County Sheriff’s Office will be... Full story


Zinke Accepts Nod to Oversee Interior

Rep. Ryan Zinke announced Dec. 15 that he has accepted the offer to serve as the incoming Secretary of the Interior. In remarks announcing Zinke’s nomination, President-elect Donald Trump praised the Montana native’s positions, ranging from... Full story


Fire in Hinsdale, Sweet Memories Closed for Season

Outgoing County Commissioner Dave Reinhardt kept a stiff upper lip over lunch at the Cottonwood on Dec. 19, despite losing a shop to fire the previous Thursday (Dec. 15). According to Reinhardt, the... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    December 21, 2016

Busted Knuckle Awarded State-Sponsored Grant

Our own Busted Knuckle Brewery has received a grant for $39,250 for brewing equipment and to assist with the expansion of the brewery in Glasgow. Governor Steve Bullock and the Agriculture... Full story


Season's Greetings from Your Senator

It’s an honor to represent Montana in the U.S. Senate and work on your behalf to make our state and nation a better place to live and work. As we gather together during this time of year, I hope that you will join me in thanking the brave...


Final Countdown

We are down to the final countdown for preparations for Christmas. And I am so guilty of procrastination this year! Not even a Christmas card sent and NO, I am not going to resort to Facebook greetings, even though I do enjoy seeing them on FB. Some...


De-Stress Your Kids' Holidays

Deciding on thoughtful gifts, decorating the home, making delicious food, and coordinating with friends and family – this common holiday to-do list is enough to make anyone feel overwhelmed or stressed at times. In fact, an American Psychological...


National Anthem Revisited

Why do singers want to discombobulate, so rudely, the Star Spangled Banner? Folks, this tune should be revered not reviled. I hear singer after singer trying to put their own twist to this wonderful yet difficult to sing song, failing miserably,...


Holiday Traditions

Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Easter -- even anniversaries and birthdays -- all have on thing in common. They bring out traditions. Traditions are important in our lives. They bring memories of past holidays and celebration. Stories are...


Joan Ellen Beede

Joan Ellen Beede, 66, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016. She was born Feb. 25, 1950, to Curtis and LaVerne Beede in Glasgow, Mont. She was the oldest of twins. She grew up in Glasgow with her thre... Full story


Truels Jensen Jr.

Truels Jensen Jr., 85, of Opheim, Mont., left us to join our Lord and Savior on Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016. Services will be announced at a later date. He was born on Sept 14, 1931, in Plentywood, Mont.,... Full story


Kenneth L. Costin

Kenneth L. Costin died at Hospice House in Kennewick, Wash., at age 85. A memorial service will be held later with interment at Hinsdale Hillview Cemetery. He was born in Opheim, Mont., to William A. and Mayme (Davidson) Costin. He attended school... Full story


Bantams Go 3-0-1 in Two Weekends

Glasgow 5, Great Falls 5 The first of two games on the road for the Bantam Ice Dawgs, held Dec. 10, resulted in a 5-5 tie. Glasgow easily dominated offensively, out-shooting the Americans 52-15. Ike... Full story


Lady Scotties Move to 4-0, Win Over Sidney, North Country

The Lady Scotties are on a roll, but some of their toughest opponents are still ahead. In two non-conference games against Sidney (Dec. 15) and North Country (Dec. 17), the girls extended their... Full story


Glasgow Grapplers Have Great Showing in Great Falls

After a stop in Ft. Benton as a warm-up, the Scottie grapplers spent Dec. 16 and 17 in Great Falls at the CMR Holiday Classic Wrestling Tournament. The tournament draws teams from all over Montana... Full story


Nashua, Frazer, Lustre Roundball

Frazer 67, Nashua-Opheim 40 The newly formed co-op of the Nashua-Opheim Rivals faced the Frazer Lady Bearcubs Dec. 16 in Frazer. Game starters for the Rivals were Taylor Laumeyer, Sarah Morgan, Hayley... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAY – DEC. 21 Cape Air is accepting canned goods, dry good and toys at Glasgow Valley County Airport. SATURDAY – DEC. 24 10 a.m. - noon – Family Skate at the Valley Event Center. Children must be on the ice with an adult and vice versa. C... Full story


Merry Christmas

The Glasgow Courier is lucky that Santa decided to share these letters and kind words he received from students at Irle Elementary, Nashua Elementary and Opheim Elementary Schools. The big man in red is extremely thankful for the teachers and... Full story


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