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  • KXL Pipes Arrive in Anticipation of Next Year's Construction

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    Truckloads of pipes to be used in the construction of TransCanada's Keystone XL Pipeline have been traveling across Northeast Montana from Glendive to staging areas along the pipelines' future route in northern Phillips and Valley County. Construction on Keystone XL is anticipated to begin next spring in 2019. In preparation of that start time the pipe is being trucked in and stored over the coming winter. Preparations for worker camp construction are also underway at camps projected to go in...

  • Democrats Tester, Williams, Kaercher Stump in Glasgow

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    Democratic Senator John Tester campaigned in Glasgow Oct. 19 alongside Democratic Congressional candidate Kathleen Williams and candidate for District 1 Public Service Commission Doug Kaercher. The event, which was held at the Glasgow Elk's Lodge, featured a meet and greet period followed by get out the vote words of encouragement by the candidates. Tester kicked off the event with a brief introduction and a few words about motivating the public to vote. Tester highlighted the partisan divides i...

  • Sheriff Candidate Joe Horn's Daughters Make Public Allegations Against Father

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    On Saturday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m., the biological daughters of Valley County Sheriff’s candidate Joseph Horn, Amy Brown and Gail Hayes, held a forum to discuss their opposition to their father for Valley County Sheriff. In that meeting, which was posted to YouTube by Sean Heavey and shared widely on social media, the two daughters accused the candidate of severe physical abuse while they were children and of abuses against other women. To be clear, the Glasgow Courier has been unable to locate any formal criminal complaints or convictions for s...

  • Billings-Based Rimrock Pediatric Dentistry Setting Up Satellite Location in Glasgow

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    Dr. Stanley and members of his staff from Rimrock Pediatric Dentistry in Billings, will be setting up a satellite office starting in January at Dr. Charles Wilson's dental office, located at 54253 U.S. Hwy 2, Glasgow. All major dental insurance will be accepted and as of now, Dr. Stanley will be seeing children Tuesdays and Wednesdays every two weeks for checks, cleanings and basic general restorations. To get a feel of Glasgow and the area, Dr. Stanley and his staff visited on Oct. 17,...

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  • In Support of I-185

    Bruce Peterson, Fort Peck, Mont.|Oct 24, 2018

    Dear Editor, I-185 will address problems: Mental Health. Drug Abuse. The State of Montana has a real need for more mental health providers/therapists. At times Montana has citizens that need help- be that in times of flood, or drought, or cancer, or fire, or Alzheimer’s, or with personal behavioral health issues. In a perfect world we solve our own, but now is a time to help. I-185 will positively affect the economy of our Montana through job creation, fewer emergency room visits, fewer jail inmates, fewer tobacco health problems, lower i...

  • Who is Better Qualified to be Sheriff?

    Karen Bender, Glasgow, Mont.|Oct 24, 2018

    Dear Editor, It is my understanding that a sheriff needs more skills in management than in law enforcement. According to Dan Taylor, who was a sheriff here for many, many years, a good sheriff has to be able to manage the jail, dispatch, civil department, coroner, search and rescue, and is an officer of the District Court. True Joe Horn has 27 years law enforcement experience, but when in the Sept. 19 Courier the question was asked of him, what is the largest budget you have been in charge of, Horn said he’s never been in charge of a budget, e...

  • Do These Elections Matter?

    Edward D. Neil, Glasgow, Mont.|Oct 24, 2018

    Dear Editor, Having been a volunteer, low-level party officer, campaign worker and financial contributor through numerous campaigns for at least 30 years, I am usually vocal and enthusiastic regarding election season. However, when considering Montana's Federal, State and County campaigns this year, it appears to me that election day is only a formality with results already determined in some cases with candidates bowing, scraping and licking the stylish sandals of the tourism, recreation, environmental and real estate lobbies if not avoiding...

  • Horn Public Forum

    George Kulczyk, Glasgow, Mont.|Oct 24, 2018

    Dear Editor, I attended the public forum held by Joe Horn’s biological daughters, Amy Horn-Brown and Gail Horn-Hayes, at the Elks on Oct. 6. I did not attend as a representative of the Courier, nor am I writing this as a representative of the Courier; these are my personal thoughts and feelings. Although I hope that people reading this will trust my sincerity and respect my opinions, I am fully aware that I am opening myself up to name-calling and derision from certain members of the community. I am a lifelong resident of Valley County and I c...

  • Voting is Important

    Sharon Weston, Valley County Democratic Committee Member|Oct 24, 2018

    Voting is Important Dear Editor, A few people in Valley County may not understand that the only remaining polling place to vote Nov. 6, is in Glasgow at the Civic Center. All other polling places have been closed. If you cannot get to Glasgow on Nov. 6, and have not already signed up for a mail-in ballot, you have one option left. You can vote at the Valley County Courthouse anytime from now until Nov. 6. On Nov. 6, you can vote at the Civic Center. Know the candidates. Know the issues. Then vote. Many elections have been won by only one vote....

  • Scottie XC, More than a Team

    Kim Shipp, Glasgow, Mont.|Oct 24, 2018

    Dear Editor, During the past couple years I have had the opportunity to attend many cross country meets. I love attending Scottie sporting events and cheering for ALL Scottie athletes. Cross country is a sport I never thought of attending nor did I think I would enjoy watching. However, the cross country kids have shown me something I have never witnessed in a sport. They are more than a team; they are a family. It doesn’t matter if you’re the first, second, or last runner across the finish line. It is certain that their teammates will be the...

  • St Raphael's to Host Harvest Dinner to Help Parish School in Haiti

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    St Raphael’s Parish will host a harvest dinner this coming Sunday, Oct. 28, at 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Parish Center in Glasgow. The meal will feature homemade turkey and all the trimmings with pies for dessert. The dinner is open to the public, although reservations are recommended, and the proceeds will go to support upgrading their “sister” parish’s school in Haiti, which is currently a temporary structure with a dirt floor and straw roof. That Parish, St Michael the Archangel in Mouillage Fouquet, is on the southern coast of Haiti,... Full story

  • Upcoming Events in the Area

    Oct 24, 2018

    The Valley County Pioneer Museum is open for visitors Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For special appointments or events, call 406-228-8692. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., for the month of October. In November, the open days are reduced to Tuesday through Friday. WEDNESDAY – OCT. 24 4:30 p.m. - NorVal Electric Cooperative’s 10th Annual Meeting at the Glasgow Civic Center. A roast beef and turkey dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m., with music by Irle Elementary fifth-graders. Mee... Full story

  • Opheim Veterans Day Program

    Janet Bailey, For the Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    Due to issues with the Opheim School gymnasium, the Opheim Veterans Day Program will be held at the Opheim Community Church, starting at 11 a.m., on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Pastor Owen Childers will be the guest speaker and special music will be provided. An offering will be taken for the Veterans Home in Miles City for Christmas gifts. Everyone is invited to attend.... Full story

  • Third Annual Monster Dash

    For the Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    The third annual Monster Dash will be on Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Glasgow Civic Center. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m., with the race beginning at 10 a.m. The registration fee is $10 per person with a non-perishable food item or $15 per person without a food item. All food items will be donated to the Valley County Food Bank.... Full story

  • Indian Summer

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    Finally, we are enjoying some Indian summer. I wasn't sure if that was an allowed expression any longer, or if we'd gotten so P.C. that the term should now be "Native American summer," so I looked it up. Wikipedia still lists the term, described as "a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that sometimes occurs," usually "following a period of cooler weather or frost in the late autumn." The first known recording of the phrase came from Letters From an American Farmer, in 1778, by J. H. St....

  • Further Funding for Milk River Project Introduced to Legislation

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    U.S. Senator Jon Tester introduced legislation on Oct. 12 to provide critical funding for the Milk River Project in northcentral Montana. After speaking with the St. Mary’s Working Group on Oct. 10, Tester introduced the St. Mary’s Reinvestment Act to Congress, which would ensure the federal government picks up 75 percent of the tab for the water project, an increase from the current 26 percent. According to co-chair of the St. Mary Rehabilitation Working Group Marko Manoukian, the group held a meeting with federal candidates via telephone con...

  • Dolores Mae Brown

    Oct 24, 2018

    Dolores Mae (Albert) Brown, 73, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 2, 2018, at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow, Mont., from complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was surrounded by her friends and daughter, Samantha. A celebration of Dolores' life will be Monday, Oct. 29, at 11 a.m., at First Lutheran Church in Glasgow with Reverend Todd Wright officiating. A luncheon will follow services. Inurnment in the Highland Cemetery will be private. She was born on July 18, 1944, in... Full story

  • Sandra Kae McNulty

    Oct 24, 2018

    Sandra Kae McNulty peacefully passed away on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018, in Bozeman, Mont., with her family at her side. She battled Alzheimer's for over four years and is now at peace with our Lord. A celebration of life will be on Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Nashua Civic Center, 705 Front Street, Nashua, Mont., starting at 3 p.m. Please bring your memories and stories to share as we gather to honor the life of an amazing mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, aunt and friend. All who knew and loved... Full story

  • Mary Lillian Pattison

    Oct 24, 2018

    Mary Lillian (Oliver) Pattison joined her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. She left this world due to natural causes, one week after celebrating her 95th birthday, surrounded by her three children and many loved ones. Her daughter, Shirley, was with her when she died. Her memorial service will be Monday, Oct. 29, at Glasgow's Evangelical Church at 11 a.m. Mary, the middle of three daughters, was born in Wolf Point, Mont., on Oct. 8, 1923, to William and Helen (Hines) Oliver. Will and H... Full story

  • Alma L. Jensen

    Oct 24, 2018

    Alma L. Jensen, age 94, of Hinsdale, Mont., passed away Monday, Oct. 16, 2018, at Valley View Home in Glasgow, Mont., with her family by her side. She was born Sept. 14, 1924, to Albert and Ida (Hookland) Nelson. She went to school at the Hinsdale School graduating in 1942. She married Jens Frank Jensen in the First Lutheran Church in Seattle, Wash., on Aug. 20, 1944. They moved to Jacksonville, Fla., where Frank was stationed in the Navy. After Frank was discharged from the Navy in September... Full story

  • Leland Howard Keller

    Oct 24, 2018

    Leland Howard Keller, age 84, of Glendive, Mont., passed away on Sunday morning, Oct. 14, 2018, at the McCone County Health Center in Circle, Mont. He was born on Aug. 30, 1934, in Poplar, Mont., to Edgar and Rosa (Hartland) Keller. Leland was the oldest of their six children. He spent his childhood on the family farm near Mona, Mont., where he had many adventures with his dog, Mike. He attended high school at Fairview, Mont., staying with his grandmother, Mable Keller, during the week and... Full story

  • Dorothy Mary Wersal

    Oct 24, 2018

    Dorothy Mary (Homan) Wersal, 80, of Le Center, Minn., walked through Heaven's gates on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. She was born on a farm outside of St. Leo, Minn., on Oct. 20, 1937, to Ben and Angela (Schweiss) Homan. She graduated from Hector High School. First and foremost she was a devoted mother and grandmother. She was a very creative person with a tremendous talent of crocheting. She loved the outdoors, working in her garden and on her lawn. Over the years, she has been complimented by many... Full story

  • Scottie Boys Earn Runner-Up at State XC, Place Three All-State

    George Kulczyk, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    The Scottie cross country team joined hundreds of competitors at the state meet in Missoula on Oct. 20. Runners from all classes converged on the University of Montana Golf Course on what turned out to be a beautiful fall day. For class B, the girls were scheduled to run first. With 145 runners, the competition was heavy. The Scottie girls held their own with Iris McKean leading the way in 18th place overall. Emily Kolstad and Lauren Padden crossed the finish line 27th and 30th, followed by...

  • Glasgow Fails to Secure Win vs. Malta

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Oct 24, 2018

    With playoffs on the horizon, the Scotties were on the road for their final regular-season game on Oct. 19 as they faced the Malta Mustangs. With home-field advantage for the first playoff game on the line for the winner, there were plenty of reasons to fight for the win. Unfortunately, the Scotties fell short and lost to their long-time rivals, 33-24. "We just started out flat in the first half," explained head coach Pat Barnett. "We couldn't complete any of our mid-to-long drives." The second...

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