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Articles from the August 24, 2022 edition

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Two New Providers Join Glasgow Clinic Specialty Care

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (FMDH) has welcomed two new faces over the past few months in the Glasgow Clinic Specialty Care with the addition of Dr. Kevin Cahill as a general surgeon and Dr....

 

2022-2023 School Year Begins

Summer came a close when Glasgow students were welcomed back into the classroom on Aug. 22. Squeals of laughter came from the Irle School playground as kids joined friends they haven't seen since...

 

Two New Businesses Open Downtown

Two new businesses have opened up downtown in the former Eternal Beauty Ink space at 530 2nd Ave. S., Elle Boutique and Tattoo’s by Sam. Ran by mother, Lisa Martin, and daughter, Samantha Dondero, they are bringing unique items to the Glasgow and...

 

Reynolds Red Ribbon Reopening

Reynolds held their grand reopening Aug. 19 and 20 with the official ribbon cutting ceremony held at 9 a.m. Aug. 20....

 

Republican Maps for Indian Country: Broken Promises

Dear Editor, The Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission is responsible for redrawing state legislative districts to reflect every community in Montana. Voters need to be able to elect...

 

Showing At The Fair

As promised, more Fair memories. It was heart breaking to see the lack of exhibits this year. When Homemaker Clubs were active in this area there were a lot of baking, canning, sewing, etc. exhibits. I do remember, back in the day, that many times...

 

PROCLAMATION

PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, Norm and Kim Girard have been longtime residents of Glasgow; and WHEREAS, they have logged countless hours cleaning the streets and sidewalks of Glasgow; and WHEREAS, they have...

 

Fort Peck Summer Theatre Announces the 2023 Season

While there are still two weekends to enjoy Wait Until Dark, the production audiences are calling “totally unique,” “a suspenseful plot, but such fun show," “amazing visuals,” and “the best design we have ever seen,” FPST has announced... Full story

 

Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

EDITOR’S NOTE: Deadline for calendar additions is Mondays at noon. Please email your event to [email protected] or submit in person at the Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow. The Valley County Pioneer Museum hours through September are... Full story

 

Corey Johnson

Heaven must have had a very important deal in the works because God called his best salesman home. The world became a quieter place on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2022, when Corey Dale Johnson received his... Full story

 

Karen (Inga) Shay

Karen (Inga) Shay, 91, of Bremerton, Wash., passed away Monday, Aug. 1, 2022. The cause of death was a traumatic brain injury from a fall. She is being cremated and her cremains will be buried in the... Full story

 

Mary K. Scott

With regret and sadness, the family of Mary K. Scott announces her sudden passing on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2022, at the age of 81. Mary will be fondly remembered and dearly missed for her wit, sense of... Full story

 

Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of Aug. 18 show 595 cattle sold with cows and bulls steady compared to the Aug. 4 auction. Canner and cutter cows brought in $75 to $85; bulls $98 to $117 and 30 short-term cow/calf pairs brought in...

 

September Waste Pesticide Disposal Events Set for Scobey, Glasgow, Miles City, Billings

The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) is facilitating pesticide disposal events in its Eastern District (Scobey, Glasgow, Miles City, and Billings) during the week of Sept. 19. Annual pesticide waste collection events have collected close to 75...

 

Trying To Keep My Space Green

The garden keeps on growing: it’s relentless as long as it has water and the temps stay above freezing. And even when the first frosts hit, I’ll blanket the plants I wish to save. Those plants always include the tomatoes and peppers. Sometimes...

 

iRobot, YouRobot, WeRobot.

Vacuuming sucks. Ba-dum tss. Now that I’ve cleared that obligatory dad joke hurdle, let’s talk about robot vacuums and the recent shift in power when it comes to their production. Vacuuming and more recently mowing are two industries which have...

 

Avoid These Estate-Planning Mistakes

When many people hear the words “estate planning,” they assume it’s just for the wealthy. But that’s not the case because everyone can benefit from an estate plan. And when you’re creating one, you’ll want to avoid some common mistakes....

 

Red and White

Glasgow Scottie athletics kicked off the fall season Aug. 22. with a trio of Red and White performances. The volleyball team kicked off the action with a three-set debut followed by a mile run from...

 

4-H and FFA Market and Showmanship Awards

2022 Showmanship Awards Round Robin - Sr. Grand Champion: Blaire Westby Round Robin - Sr. Reserve Champion: RyLee Mix Round Robin - Jr. Grand Champion: Dylon Allestad Round Robin - Jr. Reserve...

 

Top Tier Open

The Hi-Line Hyzers Disc Golf Club out of Glasgow held their second PDGA sanctioned tournament at The Fortress Disc Golf Course (Fort Peck) on Saturday, Aug. 20. The tournament was titled the Top Tier...

 

Law Enforcement

For the week of July 25 through 31, there were 26 motor vehicle stops, three reports of loose dogs, six reports of loose livestock, one report of a barking dog and two VIN inspection requests. For the week of Aug. 1 through 7, there were 43 motor...

 

Marlyn Golyne Orahood

Marlyn Gloyne Orahood was born March 10, 1937, to Walter and Della (Emerson) Gloyne. She was the oldest of three children. Marlyn married Wesley Orahood March 28, 1958, after knowing him for 5 months... Full story

 

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