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  • Dallas Vern Johnson

    Oct 27, 2021

    Dallas Vern Johnson, 78, died peacefully on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Dallas was born on February 10, 1943, in Sidney, MT to Gilman and Verna (lwen) Johnson. He attended elementary and high school in Glasgow, MT. In 1967 he received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Montana State University Bozeman, and in 1988 received his Master of Education also from MSU. He worked as a lab technician for Veterinary Research in Bozeman, maintenance and jack-of-all-trades at Bridger Bowl Ski... Full story

  • Yo Quiero Señor Pup-Pup

    Frank and Lin Vargo, Special to The Courier|Oct 27, 2021

    Yup-yup! Mr. Pup-Pup is back…. Home! After escaping his collar, he took off and wandered the streets of Glasgow for three days, worrying his family as one can imagine! He stopped and looked around put his nose in the air and took a good sniff and then realized he was in “the middle of nowhere!” And, decided he better find his way home. Mr. Pup-Pup or using his alias of “Dog” is Glasgow Courier editor Chris McDaniel and son Austin’s wayward pup. Glad to hear he is back home and doing great although Chris stated that he did look hungry and...

  • Potted Plants/Pork Chops/Pecan Sandies

    Mary Honrud, Special to the Courier|Oct 27, 2021

    The season for gardening has come to an end, unless you count taking care of potted plants indoors. I'm going to count it just to keep my column from turning into strictly recipes! Most of my inside gardening consists of watering the way-too-many plants I brought inside for the winter. Of course, there's also the disposing of leaves (and the occasional flowers) that dried up and turned brown from the shock of moving into the more constant warmth of the house. There's also the bi-weekly turning o...

  • Laptop, Desktop, Whichtop?

    Richard Noble, Special to The Courier|Oct 27, 2021

    The day has arrived to treat yourself to a new computer. Your old one’s dutifully limped along for half a decade, obediently assisting you with your tax return and playfully withholding the mute button during Zoom calls. That testy spacebar and scheduling-worthy boot up time have become too much though, and you’ve decided to splurge. Faced now with a staggering array of choices, how do you pick a PC partner for your next period of technological matrimony? As it happens, this choice is now even less stressful than it’s ever been. Before we co...

  • News Briefs for Oct. 27, 2021

    Oct 27, 2021

    Western Valley 4-H Meeting Report The Oct. 3, 2021 meeting was called to order by Cienna Strommen. Before the meeting, several children decided to have a war. I promptly stopped the fighting, for it was getting too out of hand. The meeting was called to order. I, as former rec. leader, decided we should play bang, while Cooper Albus (Former Song Leader) gave us a background music of "One of Them Girls." It ended in a back-to-back shootout between Kade Strommen and Kodi McColly. Trey Johnson list... Full story

  • Community Calendar for Oct. 27, 2021

    Oct 27, 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 Glasgow. OCT. THROUGH DEC. New hours for the Pioneer Museum are Wed.-Sat. 10-4 p.m. SEPTEMBER MONTHLONG: TUESDAYS • 1 p.m. - Dime Bingo - Glasgow Senior Center (Recurring). WEDNESDAYS • 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. - Flu and COVID-19 Vaccine Walk-In Clinic - Valley County Health Department. All other vac... Full story

  • Montana Tribes Want to Stop Jailing People for Suicide Attempts

    SARA REARDON, Kaiser Health News|Oct 27, 2021

    POPLAR, Mont. - When Maria Vega was a senior in high school in 2015, she found the body of one of her closest friends, who had died by suicide. A few days later, devastated by the loss, Vega tried to take her own life. After the attempt failed, she was arrested and taken to juvenile detention in Poplar, a remote town on the Missouri River a short drive from the North Dakota oil fields. She was put in a cell and kept under observation for several days until a mental health specialist was availabl... Full story

  • 911 Calls for Oct. 11 - Oct. 16, 2021

    Oct 27, 2021

    There were eight animal control calls, five motor vehicle stops, four assist citizen/public assists, three fire/business alarms, three dog/cat control calls, one inspection request, one hazard, one traffic control call and one report for record. Monday, Oct. 11 1109 – Contacted Hinsdale FC who thinks they can handle the fire with the two trucks they have. He will call if they need more. Caller reported a semi on fire. She stated she doesn't have much information on this as it was reported to her by another person. She stated they have small w...

  • Race for Nashua Mayor Uncontested

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Oct 27, 2021

    Although Larry Potter registered a the Valley County Courthouse to run as a candidate for Nashua Mayor, and paid the $15 filing fee, he failed to then register with the Commissioner of Political Practices (COPP) and was not legally eligible for placement on the current ballot. Due to the failure to register with COPP, his would be opponent -- JoAnna Turner -- technically is running unopposed. A such, there was no need to place the mayor's race on the ballot, explained Marie L. Pippin, Valley Cou... Full story

  • Meet the Candidates

    Oct 27, 2021

    Editor's Note: The Courier sent the same questions to both candidates for the Ward 1 election. Candidate Adam Hooper declined to participate. Current age? 52 How long have you lived in Glasgow? "I have lived in Glasgow for 30 years, but my entire life has been in Nashua and Glasgow." Why should voters pick you? "I could use that old phrase, 'experience.' I have spent eight years on the City Council and feel I have done a really fair job in representing the citizens and taxpayers of Glasgow. I... Full story