Articles from the October 16, 2019 edition

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Strommen Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of a Child

This story is an update to a breaking news bulletin published at GlasgowCourier.com. Ex-Valley County undersheriff Luke Strommen pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual abuse of a child on Oct. 8....

 

A New Leap For the Toad

Glasgow natives Alicia (Doke) Frueh and Jim Frueh have had an established presence at the Loaded Toad in downtown Glasgow over the years. J. Frueh helped build the establishment and has been in...

 

Irle School Set to Begin PAX Good Behavior Game

Glasgow’s Irle School will soon join a growing list of schools across the state who have implemented the PAX Good Behavior Game program into its curriculum. In May of this year, Governor Bullock announced the state had received a $2.1 million...

 

Prairie Nights

Tyler Vandermars of Glasgow spent an unexpected night on the southern side of Fort Peck Lake after an elk hunting trip led to his stranding during high winds and winter weather on Oct. 8. According to Vandermars, he had set out Monday to try and...

 

Soroptimist International Benefits the Community

Having a presence in the community since 1958, Soroptimist International, which is a coined word meaning best for women, provides resources and opportunities that allows women and children the opportunity to reach their full potential and reach...

 

State Auditor's Office Helps Women Secure Financial Future

Commissioner of Securities and Insurance (CSI) Matt Rosendale, Deputy Securities Commissioner Lynne Egan and other staff from the State Auditor’s office made a stop in Glasgow on Oct. 8 as part of their Money Matters for Montana Women workshop...

 

Elk Hunters Be Engaged, Be Heard

Dear Editor, I watched and listened in awe during my first year of hunting elk as a large bull screamed, nose flared, while he herded his cows from his bugling challenger. That was in 1979 and a lot...

 

Combatting Addiction Must Remain Top Priority

Dear Editor, Two and a half years ago, Attorney General Tim Fox and I stood on the steps of the state capitol with other lawmakers announcing a major long-term initiative to address the impacts of...

 

We Must Invest In Rural Public Schools

Dear Editor, As I travel around Montana I often speak with teachers, professors, and students concerned about the cost and ability to access quality education. Rural communities know that a public...

 

Why the US-Japan Trade Deal Matters for Montana's Farmers and Ranchers

Dear Editor, As United States Senator from Montana, and as a rancher from Miles City serving as the president of the Montana Stockgrowers Association, we took a major step forward last week for...

 

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. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open during the month of October, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday. Powerhouse tours... Full story

 

Book Sale at Glasgow City-County Library

To celebrate National Friends of Libraries Week, the Valley County Friends of the Library will be hosting a Book Sale at the Glasgow City-County Library on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be a variety of books and genres to... Full story

 

Glasgow's Eighth Annual Chocolate Walk

For all you chocoholics out there, this is something you can not miss. Come to Glasgow on Friday, Oct. 18, from 4 to 7 p.m., to stroll among the stores and galleries that are staying open late just for you with great deals and sweet delights, from... Full story

 

BuckleUpBlue4Lauryn Ribbon Campaign at Hinsdale School

The Hinsdale Ambulance Service, in conjunction with the Hinsdale School, invite the community to hear a powerful message from Pat Goldhahn. On Aug. 25, 2016, his daughter, 15-year-old Lauryn Goldhahn, was thrown 150 feet from a pickup after it... Full story

 

Thomas "Tommy" L. Cornwell

Thomas ‘Tommy’ L. Cornwell was born to Thomas H. and Lila K. Cornwell on March 2, 1931, at Glasgow, Mont. He went to school there and graduated from Glasgow High School in 1949. He grew up at Cornwell Ranch under the feet of his grandfather,... Full story

 

Tiburscia "Toby" Anderson

Tiburscia 'Toby' Anderson, 91, went to be with the LORD on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. Family will receive friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at Bell Mortuary. Funeral services will be 10 a.m.,... Full story

 

Charles "Chuck" P. Sundeen

Charles 'Chuck' P. Sundeen, 60, of Fort Peck, Mont., passed away Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, in Glasgow, Mont. A wake will be held from 4 to 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18,... Full story

 

Valley County Natives Make Vegas Headlines

He gave her the shirt off his back. And she returned it. Glasgow native Barbie Dahl caught a t-shirt Aerosmith lead man Steven Tyler tossed into the crowd at an Oct. 1 concert in Las Vegas. Tyler was...

 

Recycling and Saving

Many of you will remember saving bread sacks. Oh, not only the sacks, but if the family didn’t eat the crusts, you dried them to use at a later date for dressing, or maybe bread pudding, just to mention a few. I remember many that washed and saved...

 

Lady Scotties Continue Domination on Court

The Lady Scotties showed their endurance, hard work and strength this past week, playing three matches in a five-day time frame. On Tuesday, Oct. 8, they traveled to Fairview to take on the Warriors....

 

That Loss 'Stangs A Bit

Coming off a tough loss in Colstrip Oct. 4, the Scotties had hoped to regain their footing with a win over the Malta Mustangs for the heralded rivalry week. But when the Red and Blue faced off on...

 

School, Community and Family Support All Help Motivate Nashua/Opheim Rivals

To cap off their Spirit Week, Nashua teachers ChyAnn Clampitt, Noel Beadle, Julia Kirkland, Taylor Hopstad, Sara Wittmayer Wesen, and Kyle Gorman decided to suit up and take on the Nashua volleyball...

 

Scottie Boys and Girls Harriers Take First in Plentywood

Both the Glasgow Scottie Cross Country Boys and Girls teams claimed first at the Plentywood Invitational on Oct. 12. Cold and wet weather forced the hosts to move the course from its traditional route on the golf course to the surface streets of...

 

Life Beyond Harvest

Editor's Note: This column was written on Oct. 7. Due to space, it was held over to this week's issue. We are done with worrying about our wheat crop. The snow and strong winds combined to finish it...

 

Local Artist Gives Back to Museum That Has Helped Her Along the Way

The WaterWorks Art Museum in Miles City held its annual art auction on Sept. 28. Cathryn Reitler (McIntyre) of Glasgow was one of 58 artists who contributed work to the fundraiser to help the...

 

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