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Articles from the May 22, 2013 edition

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 By Samar Fay    News    May 22, 2013

Owner's Rep Contract Approved

The newest member of the Glasgow School Board, Mona Amundson, was sworn in at the May 15 meeting. Board Chairman Alison Molvig and Vice Chair Patt Etchart were re-elected to their offices and Kelly... Full story

 By Samar Fay    News    May 22, 2013

His Chosen Path

It’s going to take six months, but Chuck Lewis is walking the 3,300 miles from Everett, Wash., to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. He still looks like the Marine sergeant he was in 1974 and...


Brothers Served On Same WWII Ship

As we look towards Memorial Day, Krista Fahlgren of Malta thought maybe people might enjoy an article about the Fahlgren boys from Hinsdale. Her grandfather, Carl “Swede” Fahlgren used to...

 By Samar Fay    News    May 22, 2013

Schultz Set As Memorial Day Speaker

Glasgow’s annual Memorial Day program will be held on Monday, May 27, at 10 a.m. in the Civic Center. The guest speaker will be Connie Schultz, R.N., who retired from the Army Nurse Corps as a lieutenant colonel. Schultz lost a brother and a... Full story

 By Samar Fay    News    May 22, 2013

Laurel 1st Runner-Up In State Pageant

Laurel Wageman, this year’s homecoming queen at Glasgow High School, was first runner up for the title of Montana’s Homecoming Queen in the America’s Homecoming Queen Pageant held May 4 in Salt...

 By Samar Fay    News    May 22, 2013

Hope Blooms For Glasgow Farmer's Marker

The Glasgow City Council heard some encouraging words about the old Magruder property, better known as Red Rock Plaza or the Farmer’s Market on the Fort Peck Highway. Long delinquent on taxes, it has not been accepted as a gift from the owners to...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    May 22, 2013

The Times Are Changing

On May 15, 2013, the headline for a news release from the United States Census Bureau stated, “International Migration is Projected to Become the Primary Driver of U.S. Population Growth for First T...


Bison Legacy Fine As Is

This is an open letter from Michael Fred Ereaux of Malta, a member of the Montana Community Preservation Alliance, to Tom France, the Missoula-based senior director for western wildlife conservation for the National Wildlife Federation, whose... Full story

 By Rep. Mike Lang    Opinion    May 22, 2013

Time Will Tell Real Progress Of 63rd Legislative Session

Well the 63rd Montana Legislative session has ended and time will tell the real progress made. At the present it is still difficult to see the true present and projected financial structure of our...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    May 22, 2013

Our Fathers Couldn't Have Imagined This

Farming is going full swing and our farmers of today have luxuries our fathers could not have imagined. Do you remember the days of iron wheels on tractors? That’s right, no nice rubber tires to absorb bumps. These tractor wheels were iron with... Full story


John A. Wesen

John A. Wesen, 89, died from natural causes on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. He was born on June 21, 1923, alongside his twin sister, June, in Mohall, N.D., to...


Ralph Anthony Pierini

Ralph Pierini, 71, died Monday, May 13, 2013, from lung cancer in the care of Rainbow Hospice of Ark in Chicago, Ill. He was born on March 12, 1942, in Chicago to Carmella (Stramaglio) Abern and the...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    May 22, 2013

Wrestling Coach Grapple

Questions arose about possible new Scottie wrestling coach at the May 15 Glasgow School Board meeting. Trevor Newman, a recent hire to be an English teacher within the district, was on the board... Full story

 By Virgil Vaupel    Sports    May 22, 2013

Raider Tracksters Sail Into State

After a slow start to the 2013 high-school track and field season due to inclement weather, things finally started heating up for the Hinsdale Raiders at the District 2C meet held in Glasgow on May...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    May 22, 2013

Scottie Girls Club Way To State

The Scottie girls didn’t know it at the time, but their defeat of Shepherd, 10-5, on Saturday gave them the Eastern B/C Divisional Championship. With the tournament pounded by rain, the divisional...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    May 22, 2013

Scotties In The Mix

The Scottie girls led from wire-to-wire. Starting the day with the 3,200-meter run, the Scottie girls tallied 18 points to jump start their 164-point domination of the Northern B Divisional meet on Sa...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    May 22, 2013

Confidence Leads Reds To Pair Of Wins

A young team, the Glasgow Reds B team found some confidence after their last road trip to Sidney and beat Glendive in a pair of games on Saturday. The Reds, led by starting pitcher Keil Krumwiede,...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    May 22, 2013

Eastern C Divisional Goes Off In Sidney

Four of the five Nashua qualifiers placed in two events, Lustre’s Gabby Pierre was impressive on her own, placing in three events and Frazer’s Daniel Horsman placed in one in Sidney to punch their...

 By Samar Fay    News    May 22, 2013

Nelsons Sell Simmental-Angus Bulls At Annual Stockyards Events

The Nelson family, Floyd and Deanna Nelson and Don and Sheila Nelson, held their annual bull production sale on May 2 at the Glasgow Stockyards with Ed Hinton as auctioneer. Their bulls are black and...


Scottie Strong Tested

The Scottie Booster Club is sponsoring the Scottie Strength and Agility Challenge for all Glasgow High School athletes. This challenge, which begins this summer, includes both strength and plyometric... Full story


Scottie Softball State Scores

Please log in or subscribe to the online edition of The Courier to receive access to the updated scores from the Class B/C State softball tournament in Great Falls posted below. Current print subscribers receive free online access to the full...


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