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  • Nashua Color Run

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  • City Council Highlights

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    Rob Kompel of the Glasgow Department of Public Works had some key highlights from the July 5 City Council Meeting. In addition to normal operating agenda items for the city such as decisions on employee stipends and downtown grant applications, the Council addressed sewer and water increases, a new ordinance on cats and dogs, and the Army Corps of Engineers acceptance of the System Wide Improvement Framework (SWIF) Plan for the Levee. The issue of establishing a water and sewer rate increase of two percent a year over the next six years with...

  • Spay and Neuter Clinic Set For July 15 and 16

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    The Valley Event Center will once again be a hub of activity July 15 and 16 as it hosts the annual spay and neuter clinic. The mobile spay/neuter clinic is offered by Planned Pethood Plus, Inc. (PPP), which is based in Denver, Colo. Established in 1990 by Dr. Jeff Young as a low cost spay/neuter clinic, PPP has grown and now offers full, affordable veterinary services. Dr. Jeff, his staff, and his clinic are the focus of the Animal Planet series “Rocky Mountain Vet”, which features the day-to-day operation of PPP. The mobile clinic will be off...

  • Extension Office Roundup

    Shelley Mills, For the Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    The Glasgow MSU Extension office has a trio of events coming up in the Valley County area. Exhibit Workshop MSU Extension and the Valley County Fair Commission are hosting a free workshop on Monday, July 18, from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Valley County Courthouse. The workshop will focus on entering and exhibiting horticultural and gardening projects in the Northeast Montana Fair. We will be having guest speaker James Sagmiller, who has been gardening and exhibiting both flowers and vegetables since the...

  • Jensen Appointed New County Attorney

    Parker Kulczyk, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    After longtime Valley County Attorney Nick Murnion left his position to become Montana's 16th Judicial District Judge, the position has now been filled. Dylan Jensen, deputy attorney for Valley County, was appointed with a 3-0 vote by the county commissioners. Casey Moore, a public defender for Montana, was the other applicant interviewed. Jensen is a graduate of Hinsdale High School and University of Montana's Alexander Blewett III School of Law....

  • Gianforte Rubs Elbows at the Busted Knuckle

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    On July 7, the Montana Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte and running mate Leslie Robinson were at the Busted Knuckle Brewery in downtown Glasgow for a meet and greet with Glasgow residents. The event was scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. and the popular venue was full to capacity. The Courier reached out to Gianforte and Robinson via Aaron Flint, campaign spokesmen, to get some details on just a few of Gianforte's positions. Flint was asked how Gianforte and Robinson plan to help...

  • Independence Day

    Gwen Cornwell, Remember When|Jul 13, 2016

    This past Independence Day Weekend, I chose to spend the three days at home alone. This seems to come about as the years go by and we choose not to put on a swimsuit to enjoy the long weekend. Might be because most of us no longer have bikini bodies, but that is not the point. Anyway, The evening of July 3 I found I was exhausted after a long, hot day outside. Coming to the house I decided that my choice of relaxation was a hot shower and a glass of ice tea. The lure of TV, Facebook, or the Internet didn’t even suffice. I chose to sit with m...

  • Why Nancy Russell

    Mary Jane Bradbury, Acting Out History|Jul 13, 2016

    What makes an interesting living history portrayal? An historic interpreter is an artist, creating a living portrait of a person whose life was worthy and meaningful in the context of the time in which that person lived, giving audiences a glimpse of the past. The living history artist makes choices about what will be interesting and what will sell; and a great deal of time, research, supposition and intuition are expended in the process. Nancy Cooper Russell, wife and business manager of Montana artist Charles M. Russell, is hardly a...

  • Cowboy Cure

    Helen Depuydt, Saco Stories|Jul 13, 2016

    Editor's note: In the previous installment of Saco Stories, a character was misidentified as "Richard DePuydt." The actual moniker is simply "Richard," sans the last name (no relation). We apologize for any confusion. It wouldn’t be a regular day riding the range without dropping in at a secluded ranch house. In fact, not pausing for a neighborly greeting, cup of coffee, or whatever would have been a real insult to hospitality in the West. Settlers on the plains of Montana depended greatly on each other, and the virtue of hospitality was a...

  • Fighting Fire with Water

    Ginevra Kirkland, Black & Blue|Jul 13, 2016

    “Where there is hatred, let me sow love,” the supplicant pleads in the Prayer of Saint Francis, “where there is despair, hope”. When faced with an onslaught of murders last week, people took to social media and to the streets to express their sorrow, outrage and the unhappiness with the status quo. An instant, human response is fear and distrust of the perpetrators and people who look like them. We are collectively mourning and wondering why the shooting deaths of so many people happened, and demanding change. One of the most radical things...

  • On Guns, the Illusion of Control, and Deregulation

    Virgil Vaupel, Thanks For Listening|Jul 13, 2016

    Since the early 1980’s there have been over 200 major publications touting the number of gun laws nationwide at the 20,000 figure. Since the early 1980’s lots of people have been killed with guns, singly or in bunches. No irreverence intended. Just the facts. And what good did all those early gun laws do? I suppose no one can say with any degree of certainty. If we had fewer gun laws would the killings have escalated? Would they have declined? Seems to me that each new piece of gun-trol legislation is presented or written by folks in gov...

  • Reds Lose Six

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    GEORGIE KULCZYK THE COURIER Laurel 7, Glasgow 0 The Glasgow Reds faced the Laurel Dodgers in a double header at home July 2. The first game of the afternoon was a shutout for the Dodgers, who racked up several runs late in the game to finish with a score of 7-0. The Reds held Laurel's offense to just a few runs until the top of the seventh inning, when the Dodgers scored five runs. Bryce Legare was the losing pitcher for the Reds, tossing nearly 90 pitches in his seven innings on the mound....

  • Thunder Competes in Glendive

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    The Glasgow Kiwanis Thunder had a small group of swimmers representing the team in Glendive the weekend of July 9 and 10. Temperatures reached 93 degrees on Saturday, which always has the potential to sap energy from the competitors, as well as potentially causing heat stroke or dehydration. Additionally, a storm was predicted for the afternoon on Sunday, so meet organizers made some changes to the event schedule to prepare for possible delays or a meet cancellation. With just 18 swimmers making...

  • "Kids to Fish" In Full Swing

    Marc Kloker, The Courier|Jul 13, 2016

    A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) Region 6 program that allows children and their families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year. Just in time for summer fishing, FWP staff is in the process of restocking the 46 different location sites across Montana's Hi-Line. The "Kids to Fish" program lets youngsters check out fishing rods and reels and basic tackle, such as hooks, bobbers, and sinkers. Typically, eight rods are at each location, and a...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Jul 13, 2016

    TUESDAY – WEDNESDAY JULY 12-13 2 p.m. - “On Your Mark, Get Set Dig!” for the Summer Reading Program at the Glasgow City-County Library. WEDNESDAY – THURSDAY JULY 13-14 Service officers for the MT Veterans Affairs will be at the Glasgow VA Clinic from 1-4 p.m. on July 13 and in Malta on July 14 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Malta City Hall. Bring a copy of your discharge paperwork (DD214). Officers will visit nursing homes and assisted living centers by appointment only at 406-265-4225. THURSDAY – JULY 14 10 a.m. - “On Your Mark, Get Set Dig!” f... Full story

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  • Louis Durrell Sather

    Jul 13, 2016

    Louis Durrell Sather, 90, of Glasgow, Mont., died Saturday, July 2, 2016, at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. He was born on Sept. 4, 1925, in Glasgow. He graduated from Glasgow High School and enlisted in the Navy in 1943. He was discharged in 1946. He married Patricia Ann Geiger on July 24, 1948, in Glasgow, where they lived and raised their four children. He farmed and held numerous jobs until 1959 when he and his wife built and ran the Fort Peck Marina. They sold the marina in 1963,... Full story

  • James 'Jim' Arneson

    Jul 13, 2016

    James "Jim" Arneson, 87, formerly of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Monday, July 4, 2016, at Laurel Health and Rehabilitation in Laurel, Mont. He was born in Feb. 2, 1929, to John and Amanda (Nordlund) Arneson Sr, in Glasgow. He was raised on a farm in Opheim, Mont., and graduated from Opheim High School. He served three years in the Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1949. He went on to graduate with a bachelor's degree in speech and hearing from the University of Washington. In... Full story

  • Amanda Eckard

    Jul 13, 2016

    Amanda Eckard, 90, of St. Marie, Mont., died late Friday afternoon, July 1, 2016, at the Billings Clinic after a short illness. She was born Nov. 1, 1925, in Stuttgart, Germany. She met and married her late husband, Leslie Martin Eckard, after the war was over in Germany. They had two sons in Germany before Martin transferred to Augusta, Ga., where they had their third son. The family lived in Augusta, New Jersey and Huntsville, Ala., where Martin retired. She and the family later moved to Color... Full story

  • Jerone 'Rose' Lane

    Jul 13, 2016

    Jerone "Rose" Lane, longtime Glasgow resident, passed away of natural causes on Friday, July 8, 2016, at TenderNest Assisted Living in Billings. Born in Griswold, N.D., on March 17, 1924, to Wilhelm and Hulda Busche, Rose was the 12th child of 14. In 1938, the family moved to Valley City, N.D., where she graduated in 1941. After graduation, she moved to California, where she was employed at the Defense Plant as "Rosie, the Riveter." She then moved to Washington, D.C., where she worked for the... Full story

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