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  • Glasgow Boys Down North Country

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    Glasgow hosted the North Country Mavericks for a non-conference game Thursday. The Scotties, after a sluggish first half, took a 55-27 win off the Mavs. The visiting team took a 9-5 lead after the first quarter of play and added another 6 points in the second to take a 15-14 lead into halftime. The Scotties took control of the game in the third quarter, adding 27 points to their side of the scoreboard while holding the Mavericks to a single field goal. Glasgow continued the scoring onslaught it...

  • High School Ice Dawgs Add Two to Win Column

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The High School Ice Dawgs took a pair of games from the Flathead Fusion at home this weekend, winning both games by a four-point margin: 5-1 and 7-3. Glasgow struck first in game one Saturday evening, putting two on the scoreboard in the first period. Colter Barnett netted goal number one on a power play with an assist from Mason Hunter. Peyton Hubbard scored the second with help from Aiden Price. Flathead put a puck past Aidin Wilkowski in the second period but Michael Hoyer, assist Barnett,...

  • Frazer Boys Post First Win in Three Years

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    This article has been updated. A previous version said the Frazer Bearcubs boys basketball team posted their first win in five years. The win is the first in three years. The Courier apologizes for the mistake. The previous year in Valley County was one of the driest on record, but Friday night at least one drought came to an end. The Frazer Bearcubs boys basketball team posted their first win in three years, defeating the Porcupines in Nashua 75-63. "It was a fun game to coach," said Frazer...

  • North Country Girls Continue Win Streak

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The North Country girls' basketball team is rolling through the season, racking up win after win. The Mavericks defeated the Scotties 45-23 in Glasgow on Thursday and downed the Spartans 52-17 in Scobey Friday night. North Country established their lead in the first eight minutes, going up 19-8 at the buzzer. Glasgow outscored their guests 5-4 in the second quarter for a 10-point Mavericks' lead at the half. Back on the hardwood North Country put up 7 in the third while holding Glasgow to 4...

  • North Country Boys Lose Two

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    North Country traveled to Glasgow for a non-conference game Thursday. After an even first half, the Mavericks fell to the Scotties 55-27. Friday they traveled to Scobey to play a strong Spartans team where they fell 64-31. The visiting team took a 9-5 lead after the first quarter of play in Glasgow and added another 6 points in the second to take a 15-14 lead into halftime. The Scotties took control of the game in the third quarter, adding 27 points to their side of the scoreboard while holding...

  • Lustre Christian Boys Record Unblemished

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The Lions established early and firm control in their game against the Frazer Bearcubs Jan. 8. The Lustre Christian boys exploded with 32 points in the first eight minutes of play, going on to win 75-13. Frazer was held to 6 points in the first and 7 in the second quarter. A tough Lions team shut the visitors out in the second half. Lustre added 17 points in the second quarter. After the half they scored 12 and 14 points in the remaining quarters. Lustre had 13 fouls in the win, three in the second half. Cayden Klatt was called for four,...

  • Lustre Christian Girls Defeat Frazer

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    In their only game of the week after the holiday break, the Lustre Christian Lions girls basketball team defeated the visiting Frazer Bearcubs Jan. 8. The Lions came out of the gate slowly, going down 4-0 to the visiting Bearcubs after the first eight minutes of play. They found their game legs in the second quarter and never looked back. Lustre Christian put up 17 points before halftime while holding the Bearcubs to a single field goal it the second quarter. In the third quarter they continued to dominate, outscoring their guests 20-8 to head...

  • Nashua Boys Still Looking for First Win

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The Nashua boys basketball team has yet to find themselves on the winning side of a score this season despite some strong scoring streaks. Nashua hosted Frazer and Brockton this past weekend with both visiting teams also looking for their first wins of the season and finding them at the expense of the Porcupines. Frazer won their Friday night matchup 75-63 and Brockton took a 52-43 victory home with them. Nashua's first quarter on Friday against the Bearcubs saw a tight-back and forth game with...

  • Frazer Girls 0-3 in Return to Hardwood

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The Frazer girls basketball team hit a tough week of play in their return to the court, dropping three games this past week. Their first loss came at the hands of the Indians, 87-25, on Tuesday in Poplar. Friday they fell 50-33 to the Porcupines in Nashua and a Saturday road trip to Lustre found the Bearcubs on the wrong side of a 51-22 final score. Poplar claimed the early lead Tuesday and held on to it throughout the game, leading 26-8, 47-18, 75-18 and 87-25 at the end of each quarter....

  • Hallock Wins at Bismarck Rotary

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    “He had a great tournament. He pinned everybody. That’s pretty impressive for that tournament.” Coach Jory Casterline was pleased with Kyler Hallock’s big win at the Bismarck Rotary Tournament in North Dakota this past weekend. The 195 lb. wrestler became the first Scottie to win a championship at the prestigious event in the four years of Glasgow attendance. Hallock pinned Ben Nagel of Bismarck High in 4:37 to win his weight class. He defeated Jack Melvin of Dickinson, N.D., in 54 seconds in the semi-finals to earn his trip to the final round....

  • Helltown Throwdown

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    Helena, Mont. Jan. 8 & 9 6U (Tot) 45 - Taryn Sundeen’s place is 2nd and has scored 7.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Taryn Sundeen (Glasgow Wrestling Club) received a bye () (Bye) Quarterfinal - Taryn Sundeen (Glasgow Wrestling Club) won by fall over Grant Ellingson (Mine yard dogs) (Fall 0:18) Semifinal - Taryn Sundeen (Glasgow Wrestling Club) won by fall over Calvin Snipes (North Montana wrestling) (Fall 2:33) 1st Place Match - Elias Mcewen (Mine yard dogs) won by major decision over Taryn Sundeen (Glasgow Wrestling Club) (Maj 15-7) 2nd P...

  • Ice Dawg PeeWees Win Two

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The Glasgow Ice Dawgs PeeWees team took two games from the visiting Havre Ice Hawks at the Valley Event Center Dec. 8. Glasgow overcame a 2-0 deficit in game one to win 4-2 and won the second game decisively, 7-1. The Ice Hawks put up two goals in the first period of game before the Dawgs exploded in the second period with four home goals. Jack Miller put in the first two. Reilly Llewellyn assisted on the first and Hudson Honey helped on the second. Llewellyn scored the next two for the Dawgs. Ellery Dedeobbeleer assisted on his first and Ian...

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  • Scottie S&D

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The Glasgow Speech and Drama ran into some rough road conditions on their way to the Forsyth meet but not even that could slow down the Scotties. The team jumped right into competition and sent six of their seven team members to the finals. At the end of the Forsyth Invitational, the Scotties had earned two first-place finishes and two second places and as a team they earned Second Place in Speech Sweeps. Fynn Sukut won the top slot in Impromptu and Gabe Proctor won Humorous Oral Interpretation. Mason Swenson placed second in Memorized Public...

  • Nashua Girls Add Two Wins

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    Nashua's girls basketball team picked up two wins at home in their first week post-holiday. The Porcupines beat Frazer at home 50-33 Jan. 7 and defeated Brockton by a near-identical margin 51-33 Jan. 8. The game was tight after the first quarter against the Bearcubs Friday night, with Frazer leading 13-12 at the first buzzer. Nashua put up strong offensive performances in the second and third quarters to take a solid lead. They outscored Frazer 15-3 in the second and 14-7 in the third. Frazer...

  • 19U Ice Dawgs Drop a Pair at Home

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The 19U Ice Dawgs hit a rough patch this past weekend, dropping two games to the visiting Bozeman Ice Dogs. Glasgow struck first in game on Saturday, but after that it was all Bozeman. The Ice Dogs won 8-1 Saturday and 11-0 Sunday. Kylie Lagerquist scored the lone goal for the Dawgs, striking at 14:02 in the first period Saturday evening with an assist from Tatum Provencher. Bozeman took control of the puck though and threw puck after puck at Glasgow's netminder Delaney Rixford. She faced 15...

  • Bantam Ice Dawgs Pick Up Win in Helena

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    The Ice Dawgs bantam team lost a game then tied one in Williston, N.D., to start the new year before splitting a pair of games in Helena this past weekend. In their first game of 2022, the team fell to Williston 7-0 on Jan. 2 before coming back to tie their second game of the day at 3-3. Glasgow picked up a 2-0 win over Helena on Jan. 8 before dropping their Jan. 9 game 3-1 to the Bighorns. The first period of game one in Williston saw a stalemate as neither team put a puck in the net. The host team started the scoring in the second with two...

  • Hi-Line Sportsmen Memorial Scholarship applications available

    Jan 12, 2022

    High school seniors across Valley County are encouraged to check with their guidance counselors for information and applications for the annual Hi-Line Sportsmen Memorial Scholarships. Multiple sizeable scholarships will be awarded at the conservation group’s annual banquet, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 19 at Glasgow’s St. Raphael’s Catholic Church parish center gymnasium The scholarships honor the memory of Barb Marsh and Mark Jackson, both longtime supporters of the community and local youth. To memorialize their commitment to the commu...

  • Frazer S&D

    Mary Zuchowski, Frazer S&D Coach|Jan 12, 2022

    Diamante Enriquez placed Ninth of Thirteenth in Dramatic Solo this past Saturday at Fairview. There was some real competition for everyone. This upcoming Saturday we will be heading to Fairview for the final regular Tournament of the season as after that it’s Divisionals and then State....

  • 2022 Winter Putting League Invitational

    Hi-Line Hyzers Disc Golf|Jan 12, 2022

    6 Winter Putting League Invitational WHAT: 2022 Winter Putting League Invitational WHEN: Friday, January 21, 2022 @ 7:00 pm WHERE: Glasgow Evangelical Church Gym COST: FREE Refreshments will be provided Come on out for a fun evening of disc golf putting games and get introduced to the sport prior to the kick off of our 3rd Annual Winter Putting League. We will have lots of different putting games to try that will be fun for all ages. Discs will be available for use if you don’t have your own. Speed Putt Battle (2 Players): 2 Baskets statione...

  • Keystone Pipeline Lawsuit Tossed

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    Citing an amicus brief filed by TC Energy, a federal judge on Jan. 6 dismissed as moot a 23-state case filed against President Biden over his decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline cross border permit on his first day in office. In his decision, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown wrote, “...the court takes TC Energy at its word that Keystone XL is dead. And because it is dead, any ruling this court makes on whether President Biden had the authority to revoke the permit would be advisory. Thus, the court has no jurisdiction and the case m...

  • Medical Marijuana Users Brace for Shortages

    JUSTIN FRANZ, KHN|Jan 12, 2022

    More than a year after voters approved legalizing marijuana for recreational use in Montana, anyone older than 21 can now walk into a dispensary and buy cannabis. That has medical marijuana user Joylynn Mane Wright worried. Wright lives in Prairie County, the state’s fifth-least-populated county, with nearly 1,100 people. She already drives about 35 minutes to get to the marijuana dispensary nearest her home, which is 2½ hours northeast of Billings. And now she wonders how much more difficult it will be to get the cannabis she uses to re...

  • Tasha Morehouse-Mix Reappointed as City Judge

    FROM STAFF REPORTS, THE COURIER|Jan 12, 2022

    Tasha Morehouse-Mix has been reappointed as the Glasgow City Court judge. The term, approved by the Glasgow City Council during their regular Jan. 33 meeting, will last for four years. Morehouse-Mix succeeded former Judge Lynn Gilbert, who retired after years of service. Morehouse-Mix presided over her first hearing after being appointed to the position by the Glasgow City Council July 6. The City Court handles misdemeanor cases. Felony cases are the responsibility of the District Court. Morehouse-Mix, a native of Glasgow, has been in law...

  • 2021 VCCF Grant Summary

    FROM STAFF REPORTS, THE COURIER|Jan 12, 2022

    In 2021, the Valley County Community Foundation donated $33,473 for several improvements. Over the past 21 years, VCCF has donated $366,587 in grants and scholarships. “This year’s grants paid for all or part of each of these improvements,” said Doris Leader, VCCF chair. “With thanks to the many, many generous donors to the VCCF endowment, they became a reality. You can see how valuable these grants are at they strengthen our community and prepare it for the future.” To donate to VCCF, contact them at 406-526-3245. Improvements: • New bleache...

  • Natural Gas Prices are Ridiculous

    Chris McDaniel, The Courier|Jan 12, 2022

    Well I opened my gas bill for December today... Cuss words. I had expected the bill to be larger than normal because I keep my thermostat at around 65 degrees, which is about 90 degrees warmer than it has been outside on those -30 degree days. Still. Holy shiitake mushrooms. Even running the air-conditioning in Arizona on 120+ degree days during the summer months pales in comparison with what this costs. That led me to think about why the bill is so high. I don’t crank the thermostat up to unholy temps. I wear a jacket and socks in my living r...

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