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Articles from the May 26, 2021 edition

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 By Chris McDaniel    News    May 26, 2021

Annual Mental Health Walk Draws About 40 Participants

Suicide, an ugly word representing an act of no return for both the person and those close to them. A word oft avoided in courteous conversations. A word and an act which can be ignored no longer. "I...


Extra Traffic Patrols Over Memorial Day Weekend

There will be an increase in police presence this Memorial Day Weekend in Glasgow and Valley County as part of the nationwide "Click It or Ticket" initiative running from May 24 through June 6. The... Full story


Under New Management

There has been a changing of the guard here at The Courier. Former Publisher Anthony "A.J." Etherington has accepted a new posting with a newspaper out of county. His last official day here was Friday. The sceptre of responsiblity has been passed on...


GHS Students Visit Successful Business & WSC

Glasgow & Culbertson JMG/YE students teamed up on May 12 to experience the larger "classroom of life." After both schools competed in The Prospects contest, sponsored by the Montana Chamber of...


Migrating Rattlesnakes

Dear Editor, I read with interest the 'Courier Memories' published in the May 12 edition of the paper. It was mentioned that in 1946, the War Department "solicited the help of South Dakota's St....


Opposition to 'Equality Act'

In this current administration, we see more and more far left bills being passed and being pushed through by the controlling party. No longer is God's Word influencing bills such as the Equality Act....


James LeMoine Amundson

The Lord called James LeMoine Amundson home on May 18, 2021. He passed peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family. Jim was born on October 14, 1947, in Northwood, North Dakota to Joel "Lem"... Full story


Leon E. "Dewey" Doucette

Heaven gained the perfect person. Leon E Doucette "Dewey", 85, of Fort Peck, Montana passed away October 10, 2020 from complications due to gallbladder surgery. Dewey was the light of our lives and... Full story


Vera Rosina Galster

Vera Rosina Galster, Blaisdell passed away at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Montana May 12, 2021. Vera was born to Jacob and Caroline Pfennig on November 4, 1926 in Beulah, North Dakota. She married Ewald Galster, her childhood neighbor, o... Full story


Marlys C. Mercer

Marlys C. Mercer, 96, passed October 29, 2020. She was born June 21, 1924 in Hinsdale, MT to Robert J. and Alice (Jones) McElvain. She was the oldest of 4 children. Upon graduating from Hinsdale High... Full story

 By Chris McDaniel    News    May 26, 2021

Never Let Diabetes Get in the Way

Shepherd Colver doesn't give up easily. Not even Type 1 diabetes can stop the 9-year-old from finishing his long delayed cross country bicycle trek to New York with his father, James. "In May of...


Glasgow Golf Teams Show Drive

The Scottie golf teams finished up their successful 2021 season at Eagle Rock in Billings at the State B Tournament last Tuesday and Wednesday. After two long days of 36 holes, the Glasgow boys...


Scotties Finish in Fourth Places at Divisional

Both the Scottie boys and girls track teams claimed fourth place finishes at the Northern B Divisional meet in Glasgow this past weekend. "I was a bit disappointed in how we finished on Saturday,"...


Scottie Softball Ends Season at Divisional

"I mean it's always disappointing when you don't finish were you want to." Despite the fact that the Scottie softball team will not be moving on the State tournament this weekend, head coach Ryan...


Class C Tracksters Heading to State

Valley County track and field teams found themselves well represented at the Eastern C Divisional meet in Sidney on May 20. Combined, Hinsdale, Lustre Christian, Nashua and Opheim (Scobey-Opheim Unified) took 31 podium spots and nine first-place...

 By Chris McDaniel    News    May 26, 2021

Tyler Edwards appointed as interim police chief

Glasgow Police Department Captain Tyler Edwards, formerly the assistant chief, has been appointed interim police chief upon the termination of Chief Brien Gault after 30-years of service. Gault's...

 By Chris McDaniel    Opinion    May 26, 2021

Publisher's Desk

So far, so good. After being in veritable lock down for about a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Western Washington, and witnessing the absolute unrest gripping our nation as racial tensions... Full story


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