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  • Thunder Represent Glasgow at State Swim Meet

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    The Glasgow Kiwanis Thunder Swim Team traveled to Columbia Falls fro the 2021 State Swim meet July 31 and Aug. 1. The team returned with one state champion and a number of swimmers who cracked the top five. Combined, the boys and girls earned 249 points and placed ninth out of the 20 teams at the meet. The Glasgow boys earned 40 points and a 16th place finish while the Thunder girls racked up 209 points and a sixth-place finish. Hadley Edwards, 7-years-old, earned the only first-place finish...

  • 2021 Mow 'em Short Tournament a Success

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    The annual Mow ‘Em Short golf tournament was held on Saturday at Sunnyside Golf and Country Club. Golfers from around the region hit the links for three rounds of golf, playing a single round each of scramble, best ball and alternate shot play. Beautiful weather accompanied the last day of July and the golfers as they made their rounds under a sunny haze. Todd Truscott and Jake Hughes walked away with the top spot in the gross competition with a score of 105 while Cal Kemmis and Nate Hopstad earned top honors in the net category with their s...

  • Glasgow Schools Student Athlete Concussion Testing

    Courier Staff|Aug 4, 2021

    Student Athlete Concussion Testing for all 6th-12th Grade students participating in sports this year will be held in Room 6 at Glasgow High School today through Friday, Aug. 6, from noon to 4 p.m. each day. This test is good for two years and is required for every athlete. If you tested last school year. You do not need it this year. This will be the only organized testing session for the 2021-22 school year.... Full story

  • Public Comment Sought on Fresno Reservoir Fisheries Management Plan

    Courier Staff|Aug 4, 2021

    HAVRE– The process of developing the first Fresno Reservoir Fisheries Management Plan is nearing completion, and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a draft plan developed by FWP and a 9-member Advisory Committee. Comments will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Aug. 31, 2021. The new plan sets the direction for fisheries management on Fresno and establishes management targets for sportfish and forage species. In addition, the plan proposes to reestablish a walleye stocking program in an effort to improve catch rates. The p...

  • High Temps Prompt Additional Fishing Restrictions on Several Montana Rivers

    Courier Staff|Aug 4, 2021

    HELENA – Several angling restrictions on rivers in southwest, north-central and south-central Montana go into effect today due to warming temperatures and low flows. The restrictions include what are commonly known as “hoot owl” restrictions, which means fishing is closed from 2 p.m. to midnight each day. Some waters are under full fishing closures, which prohibit fishing at all times of day. These closures and restrictions will stay in effect until conditions improve. The following closure are in effect: A full fishing closure for porti...

  • AIS Watercraft Inspectors Celebrated No Station Sponsorship

    Courier Staff|Aug 4, 2021

    HELENA – A Watercraft Inspector Appreciation Week is scheduled for Aug. 2-8. Watercraft inspection stations are the first line of defense to protect Montana’s water from the harmful impacts of aquatic invasive species. Inspectors are trained to examine a wide variety of motorized and non-motorized boats, some with complex internal systems and ballast tanks that need special consideration to inspect and decontaminate. They follow a check list to ensure all watercraft are free of invasive plants, animals and standing water. Inspectors work at mor...

  • Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are in Effect on all FWP Properties in Blaine County

    For the Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    GLASGOW- In response to dry, warm weather that could increase the danger of human-caused wildfires, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks fishing access sites and wildlife management areas will be under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Blaine County starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 30. This follows Stage 1 restrictions already in place in this follows Stage 1 restrictions already in place in Chouteau, Hill, Phillips, Valley, Roosevelt, Sheridan, Richland, Garfield, and McCone Counties in Region 6. Most other counties in the state are in at least Stage...

  • GPD Chief Position Draws 31 Candidates

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    The city of Glasgow is forming a scoring committee to consider the 31 candidates who have applied for the position of Glasgow Police Department Chief. "I want to appoint a scoring committee tonight," Mayor Becky Erickson said during the regular city meeting on August 2. "The number one thing this committee is going to do, the names will be blacked out on the applications. I want to make it very transparent." Erickson nominated Emery Brelje to serve on the committee. Brelje is a former GPD...

  • Driver's Ed Prepares Teens For Getting Licensed

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    What is the first thing you do when you enter a vehicle? "Put on my seat belt," replied Abigail Kulczyk, 14, an incoming freshman at Glasgow High School who recently completed a Driver's Ed course taught by Chuck Barstad. What is the second thing? "Check my mirrors," Kulczyk said. Barstad taught her well. Earning a driver's license as a teenager is one of the greatest accomplishment's in a young person's life. To help Valley County students earn their licenses, Glasgow Schools offers the...

  • Firefighters Respond to Leaking BNSF Railroad Engine

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    A BNSF engine with a ruptured fuel tank parked at the Glasgow Train Station leaked diesel fluid onto the roadway below the bridge late Monday night, soliciting response from The Long Run and city of Glasgow Fire Departments. The leak was discovered at about 10:38 p.m. by a BNSF Railroad employee who noticed the smell of diesel fuel while leaving work for the night. Only a few gallons leaked, said Long Run Fire Chief Sara Bryan, dripping down onto 6th Street South below the underpass where the...

  • Mystery of Air Corps Pilot's Death Solved by Reader

    Chris McDaniel, Courier Publisher|Aug 4, 2021

    It was with great delight I recently received a letter via snail-mail from Pat Hallett of Nashua with more details about the late Glenn Davies, who rests in eternal repose at Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, flanked by his brothers in arms. Davies, a 2nd Lieutenant for the Army Air Corps, was killed in action on Feb. 9, 1945 while serving with the 96th Fighter Squadron in the European Theater. I could not find additional details about Davies' last mission when I came across his grave while... Full story

  • They Are at it Again...

    Karen Bender, Glasgow|Aug 4, 2021

    There is a problem for We senior citizens earned and were promised our Social Security benefits after a lifetime of paying into the system. But, if Congress passes amnesty for illegal aliens, they will drain our Social Security by giving billions to those who did not earn it. This is wrong. Call our Representative and Senators and let them know your Social Security benefits are for American Senior Citizens who worked for it. If the Democrats want to give away money to illegals they should have... Full story

  • More Books Needed at County Jail

    M. Lambert, C-Pod|Aug 4, 2021

    Dear Editor, I am writing you from Cell-Block-C in the Valley County Detention Center. We read your paper every week regardless of where we're originally from. The facility here is very tolerable. Not only because of the air-conditioner in summer and heat in winter, but the people. The staff here treat us like human-beings and not animals. The food is good, too. One thing we all would like to see though is an expansion in the library department. I there a way to get some more books in our... Full story

  • Pool in Sad State of Disrepair

    Susan Murr, Nashua|Aug 4, 2021

    I am 32-years-old and a mother of one 8-year-old girl who enjoys swim team and swimming for fun. I am looking to raise money to help pay for the Valley County Community Pool. Any amount will help build a new pool. We still need an estimated $1.78 million. We do have a grant in place, but if we do not have the pool completed by 2023, we will lose the grant. To have the pool built by 2023, we would have to start destruction of the current pool by the fall of 2022, and construction by the spring... Full story

  • Regina "Jean" Mae (LaFond) Goldberg 5-2-36-7-23-21

    Aug 4, 2021

    Regina "Jean" Mae (LaFond) Goldberg, 85, of Glasgow, Montana passed away Friday, July 23, 2021 at Valley View Home. Jean was born May 2, 1936 in Rockport, Massachusetts to Wilford and Clair (McManus) LaFond. Seven years later her sister, Cynthia, was born and eleven years later her brother, David, joined the family. In 1953 the family moved to Michigan. In 1954 while in Paw Paw Michigan Jean met David Goldberg and the couple married on May 19 of the same year. They welcomed their son, Mike, in... Full story

  • Douglas "Doug" Frederick Maas

    Aug 4, 2021

    Douglas "Doug" Frederick Maas, 52, passed away July 27, 2021. He was born in Glasgow, MT on September 4, 1968, to Albert and Elaine Maas. Doug grew up in Nashua and graduated from Nashua High School. He attended MSU Bozeman, College of Engineering, in Bozeman, MT. He married G. Kristine Hanson in Coeur d'Alene, ID on July 4, 1999. They lived in Great Falls, MT for twenty-seven years and in Belt, MT for the last three. Together they had a daughter, Kylie who is 13-years-old. Doug and Kristine... Full story

  • Lisa Renee Mattinen

    Aug 4, 2021

    Sylvia Rebie Redfield was born to Rebie Sylvia (McElwee) and Frank (Schleif) Slife on December 14, 1925 in Atlanta, Georgia. She passed away July 28, 2021 at the age of 95, in Glasgow. She grew up in Atlanta and graduated from Sylvan Girls High School. She graduated from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania with a major in history and political science and a minor in English. She had always wanted to be a teacher and taught at a country school in Norcross, Georgia. While volunteering a... Full story

  • Funeral Notices

    Aug 4, 2021

    • Services for Marvin J. and Julia L. Olson are set for 2 p.m. August 7 at Bell Mortuary, with Military Honors at Highland Cemetery. • Kenneth J. Ross, 80, of Helena, passed away July 25, 2021. Viewing will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday August 4 at Anderson Stevenson Wilke Funeral Home, 3750 N. Montana Ave. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, August 27 at Helena First Assembly of God, 2210 Dodge, Ave. in Helena. A reception will follow the service in the fellowship hal... Full story

  • Police Beat

    Courier Staff|Aug 4, 2021

    There were 16 motor vehicle stops, eight public assists/assist citizen calls, six animal control calls, five dog/cat control calls, two hazards, one traffic control and one report for record. MONDAY, JULY 19 • 1327 – Someone claiming to be from Publisher's Clearinghouse attempted to contact the caller about her winnings and wanted her to send $8,500 to claim her prize. She said she knew this was wrong and thinks she made the male mad because he hung up. While she was on the phone with dis...

  • Residents Brave Hot Temps for Good Cause

    Courier Staff|Aug 4, 2021

    On Friday, Reynolds Market hosted a BBQ to support the efforts of the Valley County Community Pool Campaign. Despite the 95 degree heat, 213 people were served and $28,609 was raised. The Pool Committee is greatly appreaticative of the Reynolds Market team: Josh Reynolds, Katy Peterson, Cary and Tia Dees for their collaboration and team work that made the day such a success. The Pool Committee would also like to thank the community for their continued support in helping fund raise for a project...

  • 'Preserving Our Past for Our Future'

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    With antiquities and historical documents aplenty, the Valley County Pioneer Museum has much to offer Valley County residents stopping in to brush on their history. "We do a lot of research," Ruthie Moran, Museum Supervisor, told The Courier during a recent visit. "People email us or come in to ask us about their grandparents who homesteaded here, and we try to look them up and find information for them. We have a lot of histories we have wrote up about the homesteaders." The staff also provides...

  • Community Calendar for Aug. 4, 2021

    Aug 4, 2021

    EDITOR'S NOTE: 5 p.m. Friday before publication is the deadline for calendar additions, which must be emailed to [email protected] or submitted in person at The Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., in Glasgow. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 4 • 4 to 5:45 p.m. - COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic - Valley County Health Dept., 500 4th Avenue South, Glasgow. FRIDAY, AUG. 6 • 7:30 p.m. - "Baskerville" - Fort Peck Summer Theatre. SATURDAY, AUG. 7 • 2 p.m. - "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" - Fort Peck Summer Theatre. SUNDAY, A... Full story

  • Once Upon a Time in Montana

    HELEN DEPUYDT, Special to the Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    Mary Jane had quite a tale to share. At this time, she was residing in her home on Central Avenue in Malta. She was part Chippewa and proud of it. In 1921, while she and her small daughter - about a year old - were visiting during Christmas time at her parent's home, they both came down with measles. Black dots appeared all over their bodies. Mary Jane wanted baths for both of them, but her mother told her in her native language, "Dear girl, you must not give her a bath - she'll get very sick."...

  • The Work From Home Revolution

    Richard Noble, Special to the Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    There aren't many pleasant things we can take away from the recent pandemic. The ways in which it tested us were further reaching than we could have imagined. One silver lining to this particularly grey cloud, however, is how employers were forced to handle their workforce. Those who could work from home were suddenly allowed to do so and, as a result, we learned a few things. Chief among the learning opportunities is: dining tables make for terrible workspaces. In June of last year, the percent...

  • Berries and Beans

    Mary Honrud, Special to the Courier|Aug 4, 2021

    While we've had a couple of "cooler" (80's rather than 100's) days recently, we still haven't had any rain to speak of. The sky teased us with a few sprinkles last Thursday: we called it an 8" rain as there was 8" of space between raindrops. Laughing is better than crying which would only waste more moisture. Now, the brutal heat has resumed. It's a constant struggle to keep both the garden and the yard watered. Some sections of lawn aren't getting watered and look as bad as the rangelands. A...

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