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OP-ED: COVID-19, Technocracy Flowered, and Failed

History is littered with social and political movements which, while failing to survive as movements, largely achieved their goals. The Prohibition Party's national conventions could take place in a p... Full story

 

Prescription for Healthier Patients? Lawyers

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. - In her 19 years of living with cerebral palsy, scoliosis and other ailments, Cynthia Enriquez De Santiago has endured about 60 surgeries and her heart has flatlined at least... Full story

 

Funeral Notice

• A Celebration of Janet Kay Lentzner's life will be at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24 at Highland Cemetery, followed by a dinner and gathering at Elks Lodge. Bell Mortuary is assisting, and condolences... Full story

 

Community Calendar for Sept. 22, 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

 

News Briefs for Sept. 22, 2021

Glasgow Aging Services Office Moves Action for Eastern Montana is relocating the Aging Services Office, currently located at 334 West Court Street, to the Senior Center, located 501 Court Square. The... Full story

 

911 Calls for Sept. 22, 2021

There were 21 motor vehicle stops, six animal control calls, six hazards, five assist citizen/public assists, two dog/cat control calls, one parking violation, one alarm and one inspection request....

 

'Who is the 'Flyin' Hawaiian?''

"Who is the Flyin' Hawaiian?" This is a phrase I've heard ever consistently since I moved to Glasgow several years ago but I guess to really understand it, I need to reflect on my past and how I...

 

What the Hay!

Sad news for all of you fans of the Montana Hay Bale Trail: What the Hay! Our family always would make the trek to Hobson and Windham (Mt Hyw 239 and 541) the first Sunday after Labor Day. But last...

 

First Frost of Fall

It was predicted by the weather service that the temperature at Opheim would drop to 36 Thursday night. I'm so glad I paid attention to that report. We actually saw it drop to 30 before dawn Friday. I...

 

Cryptocurrency: Cryptic? Not Really!

It's made the news for having celebrity advocates, international uptake and acceptance, and being a hot topic for investments. You can't hold it in your hand, but you can buy a car with it....

 

2021 Montana Ram and Ewe Sale Results

The 96th annual Montana Ram and Ewe Sales were held Sept. 15 and 16 in Miles City. Sheep offered included 883 commercial ewes, and 295 range-ready rams from consignors across Montana. Successful...

 

Opposition Mounts Against APR's Grazing Proposal

The Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA), Montana Public Lands Council (MPLC), and the Montana Association of State Grazing Districts (MASGD) on Sept. 15 provided verbal comments regarding the...

 
 By Linda Allie    News    September 22, 2021

Karen (Swenson) Combs Family Donates $20k to GHS Ed. Trust

The Glasgow High School Educational Trust is honored and grateful to announce a gift of $20,000 from the Karen (Swenson) Combs Family. Karen, the very first recipient of a gift from the trust in...

 

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