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Articles from the June 14, 2017 edition

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  • GPD Reminds Motorists of Speed Limit by Civic Center

    Dane Osen, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    With summer programs in full swing at the Civic Center and kids looking to beat the heat in the swimming pool, traffic has increased downtown. The Glasgow Police Department would like to remind drivers that there is a 15 mph speed limit on the two blocks that run past the pool and the Civic Center. Drivers are also encouraged to be cautious and keep an eye out for children that may cross the street coming to or from summer activities in the area.... Full story

  • Nix Trial Date Set

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    Valley County resident Karla Nix has been charged with felony exploitation of an older person and her trial date has been set for July 5, at 9 a.m., in Glasgow. Nix was charged with the felony on Jan. 18, with allegations she exploited a 93-year-old woman living at Nemont Manor during the time frame of 2014 to 2016. Nix allegedly made charges on the woman’s credit card, made withdrawals on the woman’s ATM account, took monthly life insurance payments and used the woman’s funds for her own personal benefit. The charging documents also... Full story

  • Proposed Cuts to Amtrak Impact Rural Areas

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    With children out of school, the travel season has officially started. Whether families choose to drive, fly or take the train to their destination, memories are made as families spend time together. This summer might be the last chance families will be able to take the Amtrak as a mode of transportation to make those special memories. Recent proposed budget proposals by President Trump show decreased funding for Amtrak, which would leave 140 million Americans without access. The proposed 2018 White House budget would cut funding to... Full story

  • Orthopedic Surgeon Practices New Techniques

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    When we sat down with Dr. Scott Croft at his new office in Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, he was excited to skip talking about himself and move on to talking about the advances the orthopedic surgery department at FMDH was making. "We are doing surgeries that have never been done before at FMDH," explained Croft before telling the Courier that the hospital had taken on the task of updating the operating room table in order to accommodate the new operations. The first of the new operations Dr.... Full story

  • Sidney Couple Brings BBQ to Lakeridge Lot

    Josie Braaten, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    It sprang up seemingly overnight. A miniature building in a corner of The Lakeridge's parking lot, with a massive "Hilburn's BBQ" sign strung across its deep red siding. The little building, home to the soon to be famous "Papa's Sauce," is owned by Kayla and Trey Hilburn of Sidney Mont. Although the couple met and continued to live in Sidney while working the oil fields, Trey is originally from south Georgia. "He was a great cook when we were dating," said Kayla, "I told him it was really good a... Full story

  • Interpretative Center Offerings: Amphibians, Bees

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    Through the summer, the Fort Peck Interpretive Center is hosting activities each weekend, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, to keep visitors entertained and to keep children learning. This weekend, June 16 through 18, the Interpretive Center will host activities with the theme of learning about amphibians, where visitors will learn information regarding the differences between frogs and toads, including their natural colors and life cycles. On Sunday at 11 a.m., a biologist with Montana Fish,... Full story

  • Sunlight and Storm Photo Contest

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  • Sing Along with Sunday Services

    Gwen Cornwell, Remember When|Jun 14, 2017

    I found myself thinking about Sunday church services the other day. Many changes have come about since my Sunday school days. My Sunday school experiences was not related to one church. Growing up in a small community, plus several moves during my youth, gave me the opportunity to become acquainted with customs of several different religions. Do you remember attending a Catholic service when you were expected to wear a hat, or head covering to church? And if you weren’t Catholic, there were other things that were different for the young...

  • Lang Details 65th Session

    Mike Lang, Legislative Report|Jun 14, 2017

    The 65th Montana legislature ended in late April by balancing a $10.3 billion-dollar- budget for the biennium of 2018 and 2019. My first session was in 2013, and we had about $550 million of general fund cash on hand. However, because spending was not curtailed and the revenue projections did not materialize, at the end of May 2017, only $76M remains in the general fund cash balance. A year ago at this time we had a balance of $343M. The budget is based on revenue and expenditure estimations. If estimations deviate then you are not balanced....

  • Thank You, Glasgow

    Michelle Bigelbach, Big City Views|Jun 14, 2017

    Two years ago this week, we embarked on our new adventure to Glasgow from Grand Forks, N.D. With a two-week old baby girl in tow, and a caravan consisting of a U-Haul and three vehicles stocked full with most of our belongings, we started the long nine-hour journey. Moving weekend didn’t start out very easy or stress-free, never mind the fact we were also moving a baby and all of her belongings. We started the moving process a day later than planned, because the U-Haul wasn’t available when it should have been, all of our belongings...

  • FPST, Hope for Rain, Lucky Clovers

    Sandy Laumeyer, Just a Thought|Jun 14, 2017

    Sunday was a delightful day for me. Our son, Carl, and his family treated me to the Sunday matinee of Arsenic and Old Lace at the Fort Peck Summer Theatre and dinner afterwards at the Gateway. The people who worked so hard to bring live theatre to our area deserve a huge amount of thanks. Over the years, so many local people have taken up the challenge of appearing on stage, giving everyone who attends the theatre a sense of pride and even ownership in this phenomenal project. So if you are looking for somewhere to take your guests this summer...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Jun 14, 2017

    WEDNESDAY – JUNE 14 6-8 p.m. - Saint Marie Fire Department Training will be every other Wednesday starting June 14. THURSDAY – JUNE 15 9:30 a.m. - The Nashua Community is invited to the Ladies’ Coffee Hour every Thursday at the Nashua Senior Center. Noon – Weight Watchers Information and Sign-Up Meeting at the FMDH South Wing Conference Room. Contact Julie Lawson at 263-7596 for more info. or if you can not attend but are interested. 1:30 p.m. - Opheim Community Church Bible School program. 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. - Valley Veterinary Clinic... Full story

  • Frances Faye Dopp

    Jun 14, 2017

    With her family at her side, Frances Faye (Tribby) Dopp, 81, of St. Marie, Mont., passed away Thursday, June 8, 2017, at St. Vincent Hospital in Billings, Mont. There will be a private family graveside service in Dodson. She was born Feb. 27, 1936, to Lloyd and Mary (Lemp) Tribby in Dodson. She attended Dodson Public School and graduated at the age of 16. On March 20, 1954, she married Dale A. Dopp of Wagner, Mont. They had two children, a daughter, Janet, and a son, Lloyd. She held various... Full story

  • Charlotte Ann Larsen

    Jun 14, 2017

    Charlotte Ann (Lake) Larsen was called home at the age of 71, on Sunday, June 11, 2017. She was the wife of Rodney Larsen. They shared 33 years of marriage together. Born in Sidney, Mont., she was the daughter of Martin and Myrtle Lake. She was the youngest of six children. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church of Glasgow. She enjoyed singing in the church choir, playing piano, doing crossword puzzles, flowers, embroidery and soap operas, but loved nothing more than spoiling her... Full story

  • James W. Decker

    Jun 14, 2017

    James W. Decker, 76, passed away in Billings on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017, surrounded by family and friends. Join us for a celebration of his life at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 24, at Peace Lutheran Church in Billings. He was born in Glasgow, Mont., on March 18, 1940, to Ben and Martha Decker. He grew up in Frazer and graduated in 1958, and later served in the Army National Guard. He married Ellen (Dee) Crants in Wolf Point in 1963, and they were blessed with three beautiful children, Susan, Tracey and... Full story

  • Sandra Lee Thompson

    Jun 14, 2017

    Sandra Lee Thompson of Glasgow, Mont., passed away Monday, June 12, 2017, in her home with her loving husband, Terry, by her side. A Graveside service will be held Friday, June 16, at 10 a.m., at the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow. Bell Mortuary is assisting with arrangements and condolences may be made at Full story

  • Services for Grace Adeline Squires

    Jun 14, 2017

    A funeral service will be held for Grace Squires at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 24, at the Glentana’s Holy Family Church. Inurnment at Glentana Cemetery will follow. A dinner will be served by CCW women and friends at noon at Holy Family Church. She passed away Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, at the age of 87.... Full story

  • Thunder Opens Season in Scobey

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team (GKST) had twenty-seven swimmers compete in their first meet of the season, June 10 and 11. The meet was held in Scobey and the Thunder came home with a fourth-place overall finish. Leading the team with first-place finishes in their events were DJ Rasmusan (50m freestyle, 400m freestyle), Ava Reyes (50m backstroke), and Dalton Sand (200m individual medley, 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly). With his three first-place finishes, Sand earned high-point honors in his age... Full story

  • Reds Show Improvement at Northstar Tournament

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jun 14, 2017

    The Glasgow Reds put in four days of baseball over the weekend and came home with three wins. The Northstars Memorial Tournament was held in Havre June 8-11. In their first of four games, the Reds faced the hometown Havre Northstars Thursday evening. Cade Myrick worked on the mound for all four innings of the game and earned the win for the Reds. Out of 75 pitches, he gave up just one run and one hit, and struck out eight. At the plate, Kaden Fossum collected three hits in his three at-bats,... Full story

  • One Last Hurrah!

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  • Coach D's Hi-Line Hoop Camp

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