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Articles from the August 31, 2022 edition

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Two Attempted Child Abductions in Glasgow

The Glasgow Police Department is currently investigating two different attempted children abductions that occurred within city limits. The first attempt was on Aug. 19, where a white male, who was described to be in his 40s, 5’10” with no facial...

 

Firefighters Get Hands-On Practice

There was a flurry of activity at the former Shopko parking lot this past weekend as the Glasgow Fire Department, Long Run Fire Department as well as firefighters from Sidney, Malta and Glendive...

 

Huntsman Awarded Larry Baumgartner Award

During the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team Thunder (GKST) annual team banquet on Aug. 15, held at the Glasgow Evangelical Church, eighth-grader Haleigh Huntsman was recognized and awarded the Larry...

 

Nemont Gives Back To Communities They Serve

As a way to help out community fairs in the areas they serve, including the Northeast Montana Fair, Daniels County Fair, Sheridan County Fair and the Roosevelt County Fair, Nemont pledged to give...

 

Creating Access and Restoring Wildlife

Dear Editor, Every person in Montana, regardless of income, deserves an opportunity to enjoy our great outdoors. That's why I'm happy to report that two recent developments at American Prairie have...

 

Montanans: Plan For A Sober Ride and Help Everyone Get Home Safely This Labor Day Weekend

As the Labor Day weekend approaches, Valley County Sheriff’s Office, Glasgow Police Department, and the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) are encouraging Montanans to plan for a sober ride home before celebrating. Labor Day weekend marks the tail end of...

 

When Can You Choose Retirement?

If you’re like most people, your work has been a central part of your life. So, wouldn’t it be nice to have the flexibility to decide when you no longer want to work? Many people of retirement age have achieved this type of control. In fact,...

 

Fair Fireworks

I am sorry readers, but I do have a couple more memories that sit in my brain. Did there use to be firework displays for evening entertainment one night of the Fair? Maybe I am just remembering fire works held at the Fair Grounds for the 4th of...

 

What is Harm Reduction?

In Valley County, almost five percent of high school students have tried meth or heroin. Just over eight percent have tried cocaine, MDMA, or hallucinogens. Almost one-fifth have used a prescription medication other than as prescribed. 2021 American...

 

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 Sept. 7 are Monday... Full story

 

Beverly Copenhaver

Beverly Aileen (Rusher) Copenhaver, 87, of Hinsdale, Mont., passed away Monday, Aug. 22, 2022, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (FMDH), in Glasgow, Mont. Beverly was born March 20, 1935, at FMDH... Full story

 

Nona Bemis

Nona Bemis, born to Fredrick Richards and Leona Holthus, passed away peacefully Monday, Aug. 22, 2022, in Bellingham Wash. Nona was born in Britton, S.D. She was the oldest of 10 kids. Nona moved to... Full story

 

Marlyn Gloyne 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 five... Full story

 

Attorney General Knudsen Asks Federal Panel To Overturn BLM's Bison Grazing Decision

On Aug. 26, Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen asked a federal board to overturn the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) decision to grant a permit change allowing bison grazing in Phillips County. The permit is a part of the American Prairie Reserv...

 

Northwest Farm Credit Services' Local Advisory Committee Awards $1 Million to Montana Organizations

Guided by their Local Advisory Committee (LAC), Northwest Farm Credit Services is proud to award $1 million to organizations in Montana. As a cooperative, Northwest Farm Credit Services’ purpose is to improve the lives of their customers and empl...

 

End of Summer Doldrums

I’m starting this week with a short lesson, the meaning of doldrums. It’s a state or period of inactivity, stagnation, or depression. The term is nautical, taken from sailors describing an equatorial region of the Atlantic. The shifting area...

 

Footprints in The (Digital) Sand

With a lot of the summer behind us and school returning, we’ve some inside time on the horizon. With this, brings the tendency to spend more time online, on social media and interacting with others by use of our smartphones. Is there a risk though...

 

Scotties Down Colts 56-6 in Season Opener

Glasgow's football team started their season at home Aug. 27 with a decisive 56-6 win over the Colstrip Colts. The Scotties hit the field with a purpose that had the visitors calling a timeout after...

 

Scottie XC Off And Running At Billings Invitational

All hail the Scotties? The weather at the Billings Invitational took that quite literally, forcing the Glasgow runners to face rain, shine and hail in their inaugural event of the year. Despite the...

 

Glasgow Volleyball Faces Tough Competition at Choteau Invitational 3-9 Record at the Tournament

Glasgow's volleyball squad began their season in the traditional way – at the Choteau Invitational. The Scotties finished with a 3-9 record at the Invite which did not reflect their performance. "Th...

 

Law Enforcement

For the week of Aug. 1 through 7, there were 43 motor vehicle stops, four reports of loose livestock, three reports of loose dogs and two reports of missing dogs. For the week of Aug. 8 through 14, there were 38 motor vehicle stops, four reports of...

 

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