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Articles from the July 24, 2019 edition

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For the Love of Dog

He was homeward bound, but stuck on the wrong side of the river. Spike, a Boston terrier and member of the Seth and Alicia Morehouse family, went missing from the boat ramp at Flat Lake on July 6.... Full story

 

Four NE Montana Pilots Win Prestigious Award

MICHELLE BIGELBACH THE COURIER The Montana Pilots Association Valley Hanger Association sponsored a fly-in at the Nelson Ranch on July 29 and 30 to not only meet fellow pilots but to also recognize... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 24, 2019

Two Down, Two to Go, One Will Stand

A.J. ETHERINGTON THE COURIER The Glasgow School Board met with a full quorum to review applicants for the Superintendent job left vacant by Bob Connors, who has moved on to lead the Bozeman School District. In a race to find either a permanent or... Full story

 

Stone Kicks off Campaign

Under a big tent, shielded from the sun at the Fort Peck Marina, Joyce Stone kicked off her Republican primary campaign for Montana House District 33. Stone is seeking the seat currently held by Casey Knudsen (R), of Malta, who ran unopposed in 2018.... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, We all know that some Montanans are forced to go without medication or struggle to afford paying for basic needs like housing and groceries because prescription drug costs are too high. Here’s why: the pharmaceutical industry sets the...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, A United States Senator is elected for 6 years. That is an extremely long time in politics.  In the first four years Steve Daines hasn’t done much for Montanans in the Senate, He doesn’t listen or meet with Montanans, and seems...

 

Get Ready for Kids and Ranch Rodeo

In its 15th year, July 27 is nationally recognized as National Day of Cowboy and the Glasgow Rodeo Committee has partnered with the Valley County Pioneer Museum to celebrate. This year, due to to Dr. Anne Millard’s sponsorship, the Glasgow Rodeo...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events

The Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Aug. 31. For further information or special arrangements call 406-263-7344. Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through the end of... Full story

 

Vincent 'Jim' Green

Vincent "Jim" Green, age 77, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Monday, July 15, 2019. Jim was born May 18, 1942, in Deer Park, Ill., to Vincent and Ellen (Snell). He attended Ottawa High School. He... Full story

 

Graydon D. Edwards Services

Graydon D. Edwards passed away July 22, 2019 . Services will be Thursday Aug. 1, 2019 11:00 a.m. at Opheim Community Church.... Full story

 

Women's Walleye Tourney Hauls in 32.5 Inch 'Eye'

The Glasgow-Fort Peck Chapter of Montana Walleye's Unlimited hosted their 19th Annual Women's Fishing Tournament this past weekend July 19 and 20 at Fort Peck Reservoir. In total 53 teams came out to... Full story

 

Montana Governor's Cup Youth Fishing Tournament Results

FOR THE COURIER In 2019 we had a total of 73 kids with a total of 131 fish caught. Scheels of Billings provided free tackle boxes filled with tackle for each participant along with a free T-shirt prov... Full story

 

Thunder Take 4th in Glendive, Look to Divisionals

The Glasgow Thunder Kiwanis Swim Team placed fourth in a pool of 10 teams at the regular season meet in Glendive this past weekend July 20 and 21. In all the Thunder brought along a total of 25 swimme... Full story

 

Reds' Rollercoaster Weekend Ends the Season

The Glasgow Reds traveled to Laurel this past weekend in a bid to triumph at the District Tournament and earn a slot at the state baseball tournament. However, a couple of tough losses ended their hopes for the 2019 season. On Thursday, July 18, the... Full story

 

Local Farmer Directs Donation to FMDH Foundation

Rural communities are the backbone of America, and for the past 10 years, the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program has partnered with local farmers to provide grants to local nonprofits. In an effort to have farmers partner with their local...

 

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