Articles from the October 6, 2021 edition

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Scotties Down Eagles

Friday night, in front of a packed house celebrating Homecoming, the Glasgow Scotties played the game of their season so far – upsetting the Fairfield Eagles 32-22. Glasgow, in their first ever regu...

 

'On a Royal Chariot'

Area residents turned out in droves last week to participate in the 2021 Glasgow High School Homecoming Parade, which led up to victories for the sports team at the high school. Congratulations... Full story

 

Scotties Down Eagles

The Glasgow Scottie volleyball team racked up two more wins this past week, including a Homecoming victory over the Sidney on Oct. 2. The Scotties grounded the Eagles 25-21, 29-27, 25-12 in front of a...

 
 By Chris McDaniel    News    October 6, 2021

Knudsen Calls on BLM to Scrap Bison Grazing Proposal

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen is worried the American Prairie Reserve's (APR) bison grazing change of use permit proposal could have a disastrous economic impact on Valley County farmers...

 

Scottie Cross Country Brings Home Eight Personal Records

Glasgow’s cross country teams brought home eight personal bests and three season records from the Miles City Invitational held Oct. 2. The boys brought home a sixth place finish while the girls earned a seventh place finish out of the 18 schools...

 
 By Chris McDaniel    News    October 6, 2021

'Into the Wild Sky Yonder'

U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III 77183 of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Charleston Air Force Base (AFB) in South Carolina conducts exercises over the Glasgow AFB facility, currently managed by...

 

Youth Rodeo

The Valley County Fairgrounds played host to the Montana High School Rodeo Association, Jr. High and Youth Rodeo Association Rodeo Sept. 25 and 26 with two days of jam packed country action. Young...

 

North Country Volleyball

The North Country Mavericks played several volleyball matches last week but were unable to add to their win column. The team made the trip to Glasgow on Sept. 30 where they lost to the Scotties...

 

Lustre Christian Volleyball

The Lustre Christian Lions volleyball team earned a win when the team hit the court on Tuesday against the Frazer Bearcubs on Tuesday of last week. Lustre won the match against Frazer in three sets...

 

Nashua Volleyball

The Nashua Porcupines volleyball team hosted Bainville on Oct. 1. While the Porcupines took the first two sets, they were not able to hold on to win the match. Bainville won 17-25, 16-25, 25-22,...

 

Nashua Cross Country

Nashua’s Alyssa Murdock represented the Porcupines at the Fairview XC Invitational held Oct. 2 at Sundheim Park in Cartwright, N.D., The senior runner placed 24th with a time of 27:18.21. Alexus Ponder placed 12 in the 1.5 mile middle school race....

 

Frazer Cross Country

The Frazer Bearcubs girls cross country team brought home an eighth-place finish from the Fairview XC Invitational held at Sundheim Park in Cartwright, N.D., on Oct. 2. Junior Alyssa Toce Blount led...

 

Hi-Line Hyzers Fall Fling 2021 a Success

On September 25, 2021, a group of 27 disc golfers from around the Montana and North Dakota region converged upon Fort Peck and the area's newest 18-hole disc golf course, The Fortress. The Hi-Line...

 

Glasgow Middle School Sports

GMS Cross Country Smashes Personal Records in Miles City FROM STAFF REPORTS THE COURIER Glasgow Middle School's cross country squad took advantage of a flat, fast course at the Miles City Town &...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    October 6, 2021

New Ad-Agent at The Courier

The Glasgow Courier is proud to announce the long vacant position of advertising agent has been filled by Theresa "Reese" Johnson of Nashua. "I look forward to building long term relationships with... Full story

 

Valley County Welcomes Military for Training

St. Marie residents last week woke up to a movie scene straight out of "Red Dawn" as paratroopers descended from the skies during exercises at the old Glasgow Air Force Base facility. No, it wasn't... Full story

 

OP-ED: Military Vaccine Mandate - A Teachable Moment

On Aug. 25, two days after the US Food and Drug Administration fully approved the Pfizer-Biontech COVID-19 vaccine, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin ordered "full vaccination of all members of the Armed Forces." Cue outrage and objection. Some... Full story

 

OP-ED: Republicans are Failing on Workforce Housing

This summer, I heard from small business owners about how Montana’s lack of housing is holding back our economy. It’s a story I keep hearing, that Main Street wants to hire, and Montanans want to go where the jobs are, but they can’t find a... Full story

 
 By GREG HERTZ    Opinion    October 6, 2021

OP-ED: Corporate Tax

This month, U.S. Senators began the markup of Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget resolution package. This rubber-meets-road moment seems to have given pause to some in their party whose votes will be needed to get a bill through Congress and across... Full story

 

OP-ED: Libertarianism - No Infantile Disorder

New York Times columnist Ross Douthat could use a refresher on Freudo-Marxist psychiatrists. Douthat chides libertarians — or at least “the kind of libertarian who identifies forever with his 13-year-old self” — for taking a laissez-faire... Full story

 

Muriel Pischel

Muriel Pischel died at age 95 peacefully with her daughter, Sherrie, at her side. She looked forward to going home to be with her Lord and Savior. Salutatorian of her graduating class in Outlook, MT,... Full story

 

Funeral Notice

• Graveside services for Robert C. Romo will at 10 a.m. Oct. 9 at the Saco Cemetery, Saco, MT. There will be a lunch afterwards at the IOOF Hall in Saco.... Full story

 

911 Calls for Week of Sept. 20, 2021

There were six motor vehicle stops, four animal control calls, three hazards, two parking violations, one dog/cat control call, one inspection request, one public assist and one traffic control call. Monday, Sept. 20 • 1431 – A male called to...

 

Nothing to See Here, Move Along

Want to know what happened this week in Saint Marie? "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf" — George Orwell "1984." Flag at half-staff The American Legion sent out a notice...

 

Flowers, Corn & Tomatoes

As I sit here composing this weeks musings on gardening in northeast Montana, I’m enjoying my vase full of the last of my gladioli blossoms. I freely admit I was very late (hello, procrastination) getting the bulbs into the ground last spring. But,...

 

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