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Growing for the Gold

Glasgow is a wrestling town. Boasting back-to-back state championships and a level of community support that other towns only dream of cultivating, this town turns out for its grapplers. Therefore,...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    August 18, 2021

Chalk it Up to Fun

About $2,000 was raised for the Warriors on the Water program during last Saturday's 7th Annual Paint Run/Walk in downtown Glasgow. About 40 people participate in the extremely colorful event,...

 
 By Chris McDaniel    News    August 18, 2021

'A Source of Strength and Compassion'

Valley County Sheriff's Office has a new chaplain who will provide faith based support to members of the law enforcement community, first responders and citizens at large. "I covet your prayers so I...

 

Colbrese Memorial Golf Tournament

Sunnyside Golf and Country Club held true to their slogan and produced sunny skies for the Colbrese Memorial Golf Tournament this past weekend. With not a cloud in the sky, golfers hit the links to...

 

Second Annual Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling Disc Golf Tournament to be Held in Fort Peck on Sept. 25

FOR THE COURIER Glasgow, Montana (8/3/2021)- The Hi-Line Hyzers Disc Golf Club are pleased to announce that the second annual Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling Disc Golf Tournament will be held at The Fortress Disc Golf Course in Fort Peck, Montana on... Full story

 

Fish and Wildlife Commission Meeting

FOR THE COURIER The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet in person on Aug. 20 at the State Capitol in room 303. Additional seating is available in the balcony. The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. Public comment via Zoom will be managed with the...

 

Block Management Program Info Available

FOR THE COURIER HELENA – Hunters are now able to obtain the 2021 Block Management Area (BMA) program information. Hunters are encouraged to request their 2021 BMA Access Guide online and download or print individual BMA maps at fwp.mt.gov/BMA....

 

Send FWP your best fishing photo and art

FOR THE COURIER Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks announces the annual fishing regulation photo and kids’ art contest. Winners will see their work on the front and back cover of the 2022 fishing regulation booklets. All submitted photos will be...

 

Complete Failure in Afghanistan

After almost 20-years in Afghanistan, the United States is nearly out of the quagmire. But with the now stale mantra of a risk for "terrorism," our country needs to be careful not to get sucked back... Full story

 
 By Joe Bialek    Opinion    August 18, 2021

Vaccine Mandates Violate Rights

It has been common knowledge for years that all major developing countries have possessed the ability to conduct germ warfare. The Wuhan crisis is no exception. Was a virus created in the lab and... Full story

 

Raymond Archie Padgett

Raymond Archie Padgett, age 94, died August 7, 2021, at Riverstone Hospice House in Billings, Montana surrounded by his three daughters: Renee Bulatowicz, Donita Cantrell, and Marcie Padgett, and his... Full story

 

Wayne C. Qualley

Wayne C. Qualley, 81, of Apple Valley, Minn. passed away at his home Aug. 10, 2021. Wayne was born in Fargo, ND and grew up on the farm near Horace, ND. He was a 1962 graduate of Concordia College in... Full story

 

Janet Kay Lentzner

It is with profound sadness that the family of Janet Kay Lentzner announce her sudden, peaceful passing on July 20, 2021 at the age of 68 in Denver, CO. She is preceded in death by her parents, Eddie... Full story

 

Community Calendar for Aug. 18, 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 Gl... Full story

 
 By Courier Staff    News    August 18, 2021

911 Calls

There were 24 motor vehicle stops, three inspection requests, one assist other agency requests, two hazards, five animal control calls, 10 dog/cat control calls, three parking violations, 13...

 

Raising Cattle in Drought takes ingenuity, perseverance and caution

Stockmen throughout much of the West are dealing a "grand slam" of tough events-severe drought, grasshoppers, fire and extreme heat. Trying to keep cattle healthy and well fed when there isn't much... Full story

 

Cookin' in the Kitchen with K-Dizzle

After sharpening his skills sating the demanding tastes of big name comics and movie stars, Chef Kevin Bennett has returned to Glasgow to share his talents with the local populous. Bennett, 33, of St....

 

Fine Artist Cathryn (Reitler) McIntyre's Work Featured in "Western Art Walk"

Fine Artist Cathryn Reitler McIntyre (formerly Sugg) will be a Featured Artist at Great Falls' Hilton Garden Inn on Aug. 19 through 21. This Exhibition is a part of the Special Edition: Western Art...

 

Corn, Cooking, Combining

The corn is starting to bear a few smallish ears. While they're on the small side, skinny and short, the flavor is big. The stalks are really tall so the size of the ears is a disappointment. The...

 

He personified the word "gentle" in gentleman.

Ron was tall and lanky, and walked slowly but with meaning. He spoke quietly to me and Lin as he began to sit down in his chair at Shady Rest RV Park. He and Cary, his wife, like this RV park and came here every year and they would take their Motor...

 

Breathe In. Breathe Out. Hit Send.

Email etiquette. It’s simple, right? Tap out something relevant, informative or witty on your favorite screen-toting device and fire it over the internet to whomever’s eyes you hope it might reach. Signed, sealed, delivered. Are there really...

 

Gumbo Gals

The Gumbo Gals Garden Club of Nashua thoroughly enjoyed their June gathering. Members congregated at the yard and garden of Dr. Sam Espeland of Glasgow for an afternoon of viewing his many wonderful... Full story

 
 By Wade Sundby    News    August 18, 2021

Glasgow Students Must Wear Masks on Buses

At this time, public schools are required to comply with the Centers for Disease Controls' (CDC) requirement relating to masks on school busses. To put this in perspective, there is a CDC order... Full story

 

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