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Scottie Volleyball Gets Golden Start

The Glasgow volleyball team started their 2021 season in the traditional way – at the Choteau Invitational. Last year’s tournament was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, as were all the big tournaments which hurt the team according to head...

 

Scottie Football Drops Home Opener

One game a season does not make. The Scotties may have dropped their home opener against Shepherd on Aug. 28, but the season is a long way from over. "Our heads are held high," said head coach...

 

Glasgow Cross Country Starts at Billings Invitational

The Glasgow cross country team started their 2021 season at the prestigious Billings Invitational on Aug. 27. The Scotties more than held their own as they went up against some of the best schools in...

 

Mavericks Volleyball in Malta to Start 2021

The North Country Mavericks kicked off their 2021 volleyball season in Malta on Aug. 28. The team had two pool play matches and three tournament bracket matches, finishing in fourth place overall. In pool play, the Mavericks lost to Plentywood 26-24...

 

Lustre Lions Volleyball in Culbertson

The Lustre Christian High School volleyball team started their 2021 season in Culbertson on Aug. 28. The team played Savage, Culbertson and Scobey in pool play and faced Froid/Medicine Lake in the the tournament round game. Aubri Holzrichter led the... Full story

 

Nashua and Frazer Run in Wolf Point Invitational

The Nashua and Frazer cross country teams started their 2021 season at the Wolf Point Invitational on Aug. 27. Frazer sophomores Anthony Jackson placed 31st and teammate Ty Fourstar placed 33rd for the Bearcubs boys team. Junior Alyssa Toce Blount pl...

 

Porcupines Start Volleyball Season in Culbertson

JANICE RORVIK FOR THE COURIER We started off our first weekend of volleyball participating in the Culbertson Tournament on August 28th. There were eight teams invited and Nashua ended up playing pool...

 

GMS Cross Country Runners Open Season in Wolf Point

FOR THE COURIER   Glasgow Middle School's girls cross country runners finished a single point out of first place in their first meet of the season, a 1.55-mile course in Wolf Point last Friday. The S...

 

Reminder in the Field this Hunting Season:

FOR THE COURIER GLASGOW-Although most hunters respect the land, property, and wildlife they are hunting, others may not. The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 Citizens Advisory Council, recognizing that this is an ongoing issue, raised the...

 

Upland gamebird hunting in northeast Montana could be challenging this year

FOR THE COURIER GLASGOW- Biologists for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are expecting that many areas of the region will be challenging for upland bird hunting this fall. However, some areas with good habitat conditions should have fair bird...

 

2021 Big Game Hunting Forecast

FOR THE COURIER HELENA – Are you ready for hunting season? FWP can help. In addition to the following hunting forecast, FWP provides online information about hunting access, including our popular Block Management Program. Through the program, we...

 

America Through the Eyes of a Foreigner

While the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the United States is in a much better position than other countries, says one recent visitor from the Philippines. "I think America, compared to the Philippines,...

 

FWP Intercepts Waterborne Pest

Watercraft inspectors at the Nashua station inspecting an outboard motorboat last week discovered mussels on the transducer, gimbal and other areas of the transom. The motorboat was traveling from...

 

Glasgow Man Arrested on Suspicion of Sex Crimes

In November 2020, the Glasgow Police Department received a report from a concerned citizen of an alleged ongoing sexual relationship between an adult male and a juvenile female. After completing the...

 

Valley County COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Low

Of an eligible population of 6,313 residents, only about 40% currently are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the Valley County Public Health Department. As of Aug. 30, 2,700 residents ha...

 

Fear of Death

Portions of our countrymen have been at a near fever pitch of panic since the first wave of COVID-19 invaded Washington state in early 2020. What are they so afraid of? Is it those who refuse to get... Full story

 

Drought, Stress and Civility

Many times drought, stress and civility don't travel together. If I heard any complaints about water delivery in 2016 it was probably from too much of it. In a year like 2021, it has been very... Full story

 

Hattie Marie Bretzke

Hattie Marie Bretzke, age 95, passed away Saturday, Aug. 21 due to natural causes at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home. Hattie was born on July 21, 1926, in Harlem, Montana, to Leonard and Stella... Full story

 

Irving Lenard Johnson

Irving Lenard Johnson, of Bozeman, Montana, passed in peace on August 20. Irv was born Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, 1947, in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin, to Lee and Alice Johnson. Irv graduated from Green... Full story

 

George Kolstad

George Kolstad passed away Sunday, August 22, 2021 at the Community Nursing Home in Anaconda, Montana. George was born February 7, 1928 at the Mimn place outside of Tampico, Montana to Ben and Carolin... Full story

 

Community Calendar for Sept. 1, 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... Full story

 

Valley County News Briefs For Sept. 1, 2021

GHS Grads Receive Scholarships Careers in aviation, radiology, cosmetology, and transportation are on the horizon for four graduates of Valley County high schools who received scholarships from the...

 

911 Calls

There were 19 motor vehicle stops, five dog/cat control calls, five accidental dials/prank calls, four reports for record, four hazards, four assist citizens/public assists, three traffic control...

 

When I Grow Up, I Want to Be?

A lot of children are asked "the question" throughout their adolescence 'What do you want do you want to be when you grow up?' A common response when I was going to school was firefighter, police...

 

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