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Articles from the October 31, 2018 edition

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Haunted Hayride

The Glasgow High School Student Council, Key Club, Book Club and Cross Country hosted their fourth annual haunted hayride in the barren cottonwood groves, brambles and thickets along Sullivan Park...

 

Charges Dismissed Against Ersness in Homicide Case

The Valley County Sheriff’s Office has reported that the charge of Deliberate Homicide against John Ersness has been dismissed without prejudice by Valley County Justice Court. The request to dismiss was made by Valley County Attorney Dylan...

 

VCHD Receives $5K Grant to Improve Services

The Valley County Health Department was recently awarded a $5,000 Barclay-Giel Seed Grant in order to improve their family planning program and to promote oral health in the community. The Department was one of 20 recipients countrywide to receive...

 

Over 20 Years of the FMDH Health Fair

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital hosted their annual health and wellness fair this past Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Glasgow Civic Center. For over 20 years, FMDH has hosted the annual event in an...

 

Operation Christmas Child Kicks Off 25th Year

The Glasgow Evangelical Church, 152 Aberdeen St. Glasgow, is once again serving as a collection site for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. The church will be open for collecting on Monday, Nov....

 

Let's Save Lives with I-185

Dear Editor, Montana's Medicaid expansion has been helping those stuck in healthcare limbo. For several years now, our Medicaid expansion program has supported those who make too much to qualify for...

 

Disbelief in Public Knowledge

Dear Editor, The Oct. 17 Courier really took me by surprise! Why would the Sheriff's Dept. or DOJ release so much evidence in a pending case? Because it is public knowledge! I am still a firm...

 

Manhattan Coach Praises GHS X-Country

Dear friends in Glasgow, As I headed home from the state cross country meet last weekend, I thought about your kids. This was the most emotional state cross country meet I have ever been a part of....

 
 By Bob Magart    Opinion    October 31, 2018

Bread Pudding at Johnie's Cafe

Dear Editor, I got a great kick out of the back page "Bread Pudding Season," by Gwen Cornwell. I don't know Cornwell, but Cornwell writing about Bread Pudding, I knew it would be good. Well, the...

 

I Support Joe Horn

Dear Editor, As a former Valley County Sheriff, rancher and 3rd generation Valley County resident I'm greatly concerned with the direction our Sheriff's Office is going. That is why I am supporting...

 

Working With President Trump and Delivering Results for Montana

Dear Voters, Montana is special. That's why my wife, Susan, and I raised our four kids here. It's why we started a business here in our home – one that created hundreds of high-paying, Montana jobs....

 

Be an Informed Voter

A rule in internet chat rooms is that two topics you are asked not to discuss are politics and religion. It is easy to understand that rule. Those two topics can cause violent reactions. Everyone has their own opinions and ideas about politics and...

 

Middle of Nowhere Polar Plunge

On Saturday, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m., the Middle of Nowhere Polar Plunge will take place at the Glasgow Civic Center. Join us for fun and a chance to raise funds to benefit our local Special Olympics Athletes, many of whom will be participating in the... Full story

 

Veteran Service Officers Coming to Glasgow and Malta

Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, service officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting Malta and Glasgow to meet with veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. If you are interested in applying for benefits, please bring... Full story

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be changing schedules on Nov. 1. New schedule is Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m to 4 p.m. We will be closed for the month of January. For further information or special arrangements call 406-263-7344. The Fort Peck... Full story

 

Landon Lee Costin

Landon Lee Costin, 25, a beekeeper, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, tragically in Gunnison, Colo., leaving us empty and heartbroken. He was born to Coleen (Albus) and David Costin on July 18,... Full story

 

René Siler

René (Wetzel) Siler passed away early Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, after a long illness. She is finally at peace and out of pain. She will be missed by many. Her wishes were to be taken to the Pines, where she had many special memories throughout her... Full story

 

Fredrick "Fred" William Eckard Services

Fred Eckard passed away on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018. Services will be held Friday, Nov. 2, at 3 p.m., at St. Raphael's Catholic Church.... Full story

 

Lady Scotties Finish Third at District 2B, Stay Positive About Upcoming Divisional Competition

A disappointing loss to Malta ended the District 2B Volleyball Tournament for the Lady Scotties on Oct. 27. According to head coach Somer Hoerster, going into districts, the Scotties spent some time...

 

Scotties Fall From Football Playoffs in First Round

The 2018 Scottie football season came to a close on Oct. 27, following a loss to the Colstrip Colts. Despite the loss, head coach Pat Barnett described the game as, “Maybe the best game we played all year. We started strong and we finished...

 

Lady Mavs 2nd at District 3C, Lady Lions End Season

The North Country Lady Mavericks defeated the Lustre Christian Lady Lions in two matches to claim the second-place trophy at the District 3C volleyball tournament held in Saco, Oct. 26. The two teams...

 

2018 Monster Dash Results - Oct. 27, 2018

Place, Name, Age, M/F, Time 1, Tim Phillips, Adult, M, 8:39.04 2, Craig Overby, Adult, M, 9:36.96 3, Andy Fahlgren, Adult, M, 10:14.89 4, Abigail Kulczyk, 9-14, F, 10:30.95 5, Tyrus Hartwell, 8&U, M,...

 

Floyd the Friendly Ghost of the Fort Peck Summer Theatre

For many actors and actresses around the country, legends of resident ghosts, phantoms and poltergeist run rampant in the creaky halls and echoing chambers of theaters and opera houses around the...

 

Children Get Inspired to Write Their Own Stories

During Library Card Sign-Up month in September, librarians at the Glasgow City-County library utilized the library’s weekly story-time to further educate area children and their parents about the benefits of the library and the process of signing...

 

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