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Articles from the September 18, 2019 edition

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Scottie Pride On Full Display

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce has decked the streets in Scottie Pride this year. The idea to order 100 flags from the Glasgow Student Council came up over the summer with the Chamber Board from...


AG Fox Talks Policies in Campaign for Gov.

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox sat down with the Courier last week to discuss his campaign for the Republican nomination for the Governorship next November. Currently, Fox is taking on U.S. Representative Greg Gianforte and Dr. Al Olszewski in his...


Hydrology Workshop Highlights Water's Unpredictability

Perhaps the most ironic thing occurring during the National Weather Service’s hydrology workshop last week was that while scientists, conservation district reps, bureaucrats, meteorologists and hydrologist met on the inside, a flood advisory had...


New Mural Brightens Up Downtown

While driving downtown throughout the past few months, drivers and pedestrians have seen a new piece of artwork go up at the corner of 4th St. S. and 1st Ave S., on the outer side of the addition to...


What You Need To Know About Interventions

Dear Editor, Dealing with loved ones can be difficult sometimes and that only gets harder when they have a problem with drugs and alcohol. A big part of dealing with a loved one's addiction is...


Red Flags

Dear Editor, The President has frequently repeated the NRA talking point that more extensive background checks on gun sales would not have prevented the recent rash of mass murders. Maybe so. It's har...


Pass It On

Dear Editor, Arlie Gordon, on Aug. 20, put this article on Facebook and ask [sic] that people pass it on. "I may upset a few of you by posting this. We can handle it one of two ways. Discuss it like...


Montana's Bully-Free Montana Act in Action

Dear Editor, Montana's children are off to a new school year and the excitement of learning. Children need and deserve to learn in a safe environment. When children are bullied in schools, they feel...


Raising Taxes On Tobacco Products

Dear Editor, Whether or not you use tobacco, you are paying for it. Every year, each household in Montana spends $791 in taxes due to smoking. What's more, Montanans spend a total of $440 million...


Climate Change and Global Warming

Dear Editor, Climate change and global warming are important issues for Montanans. Coming changes will broadly impact our economic sectors and put inevitable strain on state resources. Challenges...


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

For September and October, the Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through the end of September. Powerhouse tours are available at... Full story


Homeless For A Night 2019

It is that time again. The Leadership Class students have selected Saturday, Sept. 28, for their annual Homeless Night. Homeless For a Night is an opportunity for students to take action on the homeless problem. Those who participate will spend a... Full story


Donnie 'Fizz' Ray Feezell

Donnie "Fizz" Ray Feezell passed away Tuesday, Sept. 10, surrounded by his family at his daughter's home in Williston, N.D. Our father's wishes were that there be no memorial services and we have... Full story


Cecil Dee Spear

Cecil D. Spear of Glasgow, Mont., age 78, passed away at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019. Memorial services will be Friday, Sept. 20, at Bell Mortuary at 3 p.m. with Past... Full story


Leslie 'Sam' Loring Kitzenberg

Leslie "Sam" Loring Kitzenberg died peacefully in his sleep at Evergreen Nursing Home in Hot Springs, Mont., on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. Sam was 72 years old and suffered the last several years from... Full story


Dean Willmer Mann

Dean Willmer Mann, 81, passed away on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019, in Bozeman, Mont. He was born on April 19, 1938, to Arthur and Clarada Mann in Wolf Point, Mont. Dean graduated from Wolf Point High... Full story


Selma T. Olfert

Selma T. Olfert, age 95 of Lustre, Mont., passed away at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow Mont., on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. Service times and dates will follow upon completion of arrangements....


American Legion and Auxiliary Unit 41 Meeting

The American Legion and Auxiliary Unit 41 will meet Thursday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m. at the Glasgow VFW. All members and anyone interested in learning more about the American Legion and our mission to serve our military members and their families are... Full story


VFW District 5 Meeting in Glasgow

The Veterans of Foreign Wars District 5 meeting will be in Glasgow on Saturday, Sept. 21. The gathering will start at 10 a.m. with a meal to be had around noon and the brief meeting to follow.... Full story


Another Week Of No Wheat Harvested

Another week had passed without any wheat being harvested. Unfortunately, there’s still more rain in the forecast. Granted, only small amounts are forecast, but it’s just enough to keep things from drying enough to go after our wheat. The...


Lady Scotties Dominate Conference Play Games

In a fast paced, fast energy game on Sept. 12, the Lady Scotties crushed the Malta M-ettes in their first home game of the season, 25-15, 25-12, 25-6. As a team, the Lady Scotties achieved 21 kills,...


Rule of Three

The Glasgow Scotties played their first home game of the season on Friday the 13th. Despite the date, home team fans were treated to a super star night, rather than superstition. Under a sky...


Scottie Boys Take First in Glendive, Padden Takes First-Place Slot for Girls

The Glasgow Scotties' harriers returned from Glendive Sept. 13 with a first-place finish on the boys' varsity side but no score on the girls'. The boys put up seven varsity runners and had five place...


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