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Articles from the November 3, 2021 edition

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These Scotties Go to Eleven

11-0. The Scotties volleyball team continued their roll through the conference at the District 2B tournament in Wolf Point this weekend as they claimed their third straight championship. Glasgow has n...


Rod Karst Elected as Mayor of Glasgow

Rod Karst has won his bid for Mayor of the city of Glasgow, according to unofficial totals released by the Valley County Election Administration Office at 8 p.m. Tuesday. His term will begin in early...


Scotties Snowed Under by Vikings

The Glasgow Scotties' football season came to a disappointing end in front of a home crowd at the hands of the Bigfork Vikings in the first round of playoffs. The visiting Bigfork team was, well,...


DOJ Offers FBI Aid To Investigate Valley County Parents

A letter from the acting U.S. Attorney for Montana recently arrived on the desk of Valley County Sheriff Tom Boyer. It offers federal resources - including FBI agents - to investigate parents accused...


NC Mavericks Earn District 1-C Third

The North Country Mavericks exited the District 1-C tournament as they entered it – as the third place team. They defeated #6 Richey/Lambert, upset #2 Froid/Lake, fell to defending state champion...


Come Drunk and Get Eat

During Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on Monday, the kitchen at Tequila Breeze was full of life. It was the opening day for the New Mexican and Wood-Fire Grill restaurant, located inside the Gla...


Glasgow Gridiron Stars

Twelve members of the 2021 Glasgow football team were selected to the Northern B All-Conference teams. Seniors Trey Johnson and Austin Hughes and juniors Mo Fast and Ashton Potter were named to the...


Class C Volleyball District Play-ins

Frazer, Lustre Christian and Nashua each faced a play-in game, all played on Oct. 26, for the District 1-C volleyball tournament in Scobey. Unfortunately, the three Valley County teams fell, ending their seasons. Frazer traveled to Fairview in their...


Familiar Face Back at Glasgow Police Department

After two years away from the Glasgow Police Department, Renee Jones just couldn't stay away from the close law enforcement family she has bonded with over the past decade. "I really missed working...


What a Time to be Alive

It seems every generation has its crises. For those Americans alive when Benjamin Franklin was living it up with the ladies in France, they faced open rebellion against their King and years of... Full story


Tired of Reading About Unvaxxed Being Protected

When I looked at this week's Courier I thought, 'Oh, good, the autumn bazaar was a success.' However, there was nary a mask in sight! It's as though there is no covid pandemic and somehow we are immun... Full story


OP-ED: When It Comes to Legislation, Reading Should Be Fundamental

"Congress is gradually moving toward having only one bill per year," former congressman Justin Amash (L-MI) tweeted recently. And that bill will have "everything stuffed into it, negotiated by just a few congressional leaders, completely behind... Full story


OP-ED: SBA supports Montana's Veteran entrepreneurs and their families

It’s no surprise that current and former members of the military make great entrepreneurs. The resilience, determination, and fortitude they acquired while in uniform was a great training ground for becoming a successful small business owner.... Full story

 By Mark Cohen    Opinion    November 3, 2021

OP-ED: Sacrificing efficiency, science, and multilateralism for virtue-signaling

The Biden administration wants to improve America's international reputation. That's why it endorsed a proposal before the World Trade Organization to waive all intellectual property rights related to Covid-19. The president intends for this offer... Full story


Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God

"Again, the next day, John stood with two of his disciples. And looking at Jesus as he walked, [John] said, "Behold, the Lamb of God." John 1:35-36 Have you noticed how often we come across sheep and... Full story


John Poling

John Poling passed away Oct. 24 at St. John's Hansen Cottage under the loving care of the staff there. John was born to Delmer and Irene Poling May 30,1942. He was raised in Glasgow with siblings... Full story


Michael "Mike" James

Michael "Mike" James, age 65, of Glasgow, Montana passed away surrounded by his family on Oct. 20, 2021.   Mike was born July 8, 1956, in Denver, Colorado to Thomas and Mildred (Wilson) James. He... Full story


911 Calls for Oct. 18 to 22

There were eight motor vehicle stops, six animal control calls, four dog/cat control calls, three hazards, two alarms, two assist citizen/public assists, and one inspection request. Monday, Oct. 18... Full story


Adventures in St. Marie, Classic

Greetings from the "Original" Adventures in St. Marie. We were rather flummoxed when we listened to our phone answering device and found out that we were writing articles for the "Buzz!" After...



I'm on hiatus from gardening. During the past week absolutely no outside work was done (at least by me). There's still a lot I need to do, however. Sometimes the list gets so long that's it's...


Demystifying Quantum Computing

Future technologies are cool, but they're daunting. Physics is cool, but it's vast. So what happens when we combine the two into a revolutionary new way for computers to process vast amounts of data...


News Briefs for Nov. 3, 2021

Markle's Ambulance Trust Honored MARY KATE TIHISTA FMDH FOUNDATION DIRECTOR In 1989 C.D., R.D., and O.E. Markle established a memorial tribute for their parents Thomas H. and Florence Markle. They... Full story


Community Calendar for Nov. 3, 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... Full story


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