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  • Bringing The Heat In Spice

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    The 5th Annual Chili Cook Off was held at the Glasgow Elk's Lodge on Jan. 14, where 11 Valley County teams whipped up 12 different chilis for judges to determine the best, based solely on taste. All teams began cooking at 1 p.m., had three hours to perfect their recipe, before judging started at 4 p.m. As cooking got underway, aromas of onions, peppers, meat and spices filled both the inside and outside of the Elks. The 11 teams who competed were Rocky Thompson, Team Porcupine Roadkill, Red...

  • Tester Holds Farm Bill Listening Sessions & Law Enforcement Roundtable in Eastern Montana

    Gwendolyne Honrud|Jan 18, 2023

    This story came from Senator Jon Tester's office with additional focused local coverage by Gwendolyne Honrud of the Glasgow Courier. U.S. Senator Jon Tester this past week held three in-person, public Farm Bill listening sessions in eastern Montana to hear directly from ag producers, community leaders, and local officials in preparation for negotiating the 2023 Farm Bill. Tester also hosted a law enforcement roundtable in Glendive to discuss funding for public safety, securing the border, and...

  • GHS Participates In BPA Regionals In Lambert

    Jill Page, For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Business Professionals of America (BPA) competed at Regionals on Jan. 11, in Lambert, Mont. Glasgow High School (GHS) students did an excellent job representing our school in many professional business events. Next up is State Competitions in Billings in March where we will compete against all regions. Below are the results: Daniel Berry (11th): 3rd place Presentation Management Individual 5th place Network Administration Using Cisco 4th place Computer Security 2nd place Server Administration...

  • Glasgow Combat Sports Opens Doors For All Levels

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Three friends who share common interests in kickboxing, boxing, MMA, and jujitsu have come together to share their passions with Valley County and the Glasgow community. Ryan Smothermon, Sarah Torres and Bobby Overbey, all Glasgow residents, recently opened Glasgow Combat Sports in downtown Glasgow to provide the community the opportunity to learn and train in these sports. Overbey moved to Glasgow close to seven years ago and has been training in jujitsu for about four years. "I fell in love...

  • Early Legislative Wins: Hunting, Huckleberries, Veterans, Accountability

    Jan 18, 2023

    Dear Editor, What do hunting, huckleberries, honoring our veterans, and accountability for taxpayer money have in common? Two things. The first is that they're all strongly supported by Montanans. The second is that we're already well on our way to putting big wins on the board this legislative session that involve all of them. Let's start with hunting. We recently had the first hearing on a bill that will double the annual cap on money that private landowners can receive for allowing public...

  • Montana Taxpayers Deserve A Refund

    Jan 18, 2023

    Dear Editor, The 68th Montana Legislature is officially in session, and the House has already gaveled in. This year the state faces a unique challenge of deciding how to spend a $2 billion surplus. As Leadership of the Montana House, our response to that challenge is supporting House Bill 192, introduced by Representative Bill Mercer of Billings. The bill entails three initiates: refund taxpayers on overpaid income taxes, alleviate the property tax crunch and reduce the state's debt. This...

  • City of Glasgow Public Works Asking For Resident Assistance

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Glasgow Public Works would like to notify City of Glasgow residents and businesses that a new Environmental Protection Agency regulation requires the City Public Water Supply to develop an inventory of all water service line types in the City of Glasgow. The inventory efforts are intended to identify lead service lines. On Wednesday, Jan. 18, the City Water Department will be mailing each water customers a service line test form with instructions on how to conduct the test and respond. The City asks that you take 15 minutes to conduct the test...

  • Tester to VA: Deploy Mobile Vet Center to Support Veterans in Eastern Montana

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Following his recent Montana trip with Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Under Secretary for Health Dr. Shereef Elnahal, U.S. Senator Jon Tester is calling on the Department to deploy a Mobile Vet Center to provide critical mental health services and outreach to veterans living in the eastern part of the state, including in rural areas and on tribal lands. “During VA Under Secretary for Health Dr. Shereef Elnahal’s visit in December, we heard firsthand from veterans and local providers about the lack of access to in-person mental health car...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Event in the Area

    Jan 18, 2023

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Deadline for calendar additions is Mondays at noon. Please email your event to [email protected] or submit in person at the Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow. The Valley County Pioneer Museum is closed for the month of January. Nemont Manor has activities scheduled throughout the month for the entire community as well as the residents of Nemont Manor. If you would like a calendar, please contact 406-228-4306 or e-mail [email protected] and they will mail one to you. Events are also listed below. Nashua Lions Roller Sk... Full story

  • Virtual Town Hall Listening Session

    For the Courier

    The Montana Department of Commerce, in partnership with a strategic planning firm Coraggio Group, have embarked on resiliency planning project specifically designed to anticipate and adapt to unforeseen disruptions; maximize efficiencies in processes, timelines and costs; and optimize stakeholder engagement for true statewide buy-in and collaboration. To adequately capture the unique areas of Montana and their different needs, the project will engage with each travel region to develop six independent resiliency plans that will ultimately braid... Full story

  • Take Action To Help Prevent Respiratory Illnesses This Winter

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials are reporting substantial influenza (flu) activity during the first three months of this current flu season, from September through December 2022, that has far exceeded the prior five-year averages. Since the week of Sept. 25 through Dec. 31, 2022, there have been 408 influenza-associated hospitalizations reported to DPHHS, well above the five-year season average of 88 hospitalizations for that same time frame. The five-year seasonal average for hospitalizations for an entire flu...

  • Sue Deanne Pansegrau

    Jan 18, 2023

    Sue Deanne (Junck) Pansegrau, 81, of Fort Peck, Mont., passed away at her home in Texas on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. A funeral service was held at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel in Sioux City, Iowa. Burial was at Rademaker Cemetery in Rural Hinton, Iowa. Sue was born in Sioux City on Sept. 18, 1941, to Irvin and Bernice (Ferguson) Junck. Sue graduated from Hinton High School in 1959. She continued education at Lutheran Hospital school of Nursing and achieved her nursing degree in September of 1962.... Full story

  • Raymond C. Crawford Jr.

    Jan 18, 2023

    Raymond C. Crawford Jr., age 70, of Great Falls, Mont., passed away in Seattle, Wash., at University of Washington hospital from complications due to lymphoma cancer on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023. A graveside service with military honors will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 25, in Highland Cemetery in Glasgow, Mont. Ray was born Dec. 31, 1952, in Glendive, Mont., to Raymond C Crawford Sr. and Mary Aitken. He was one of eight children: having five brothers and two sisters. He served in the United... Full story

  • Worried About Inflation? Consider These Moves

    Financial Advisor Arron Franzen, For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    As you know, inflation was big news throughout 2022. But will it continue in 2023? And looking even further ahead, how should you account for inflation in your long-term plans? In regard to the first question, many experts predict that inflation will cool off this year, though there are no guarantees. The high inflation of last year is thought to have been caused by some unusual factors, such as a spike in the demand for consumer goods as the world came out of the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to supply chain issues. Also, the war in Ukraine...

  • South Dakota State Announces Fall 2022 Dean's List

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    More than 3,200 students were recognized for their outstanding academic performance over the fall 2022 semester at South Dakota State University by being named to the dean’s list. Congratulations to these Valley County distinguished scholars on earning this academic achievement. Emmalynn Page, of Glasgow, in SDSU’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Taylor Nelson * of Richland, in SDSU’s College of Nursing To earn dean’s list distinctions in SDSU’s colleges, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credits and must have...

  • NDSCS Announces Fall 2022 President's Honor List

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    The North Dakota State College of Science has named 439 students to its fall semester 2022 President’s Honor List. The Honor List recognizes students who have achieved grade point averages of 3.5 or higher while taking at least 12 credits with letter grades. The Valley County honoree is Walker Laumeyer, of Nashua, in automotive technology....

  • Deadline Approaching For IB Scholarships

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Independence Bank is proud to offer scholarship opportunities for incoming first-year students planning to attend Montana State University-Northern. To be eligible, students must graduate from a high school in Hill, Blaine, Phillips, Valley, Daniels, Roosevelt, Sheridan, Liberty, Chouteau, Cascade, Pondera, or Toole Counties. Independence Bank will award eight $1,000 scholarships for the 2023-2024 academic year. Recipients will receive $500 during fall semester and $500 during spring semester. Scholarship recipients must have at least a 2.5...

  • Montana Western Names Pehlkes To Dean's List

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Alexandra Pehlke and Victoria Pehlke, both of Glasgow, were named to the University of Montana Western’s 2022 fall semester Dean’s List. To achieve this honor, students must be enrolled full-time or for 12 semester credits and carry a minimum 3.33 grade point average....

  • Rotunda Roundup From Montana Farmers Union

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    The following is a weekly update of Montana Farmers Union involvement in the Montana Legislative Session. MFU is the state’s largest and oldest grassroots farm advocacy organization representing family farms, and has worked more than 100 years on behalf of Montana farmers, ranchers and rural communities. The Montana Farmers Union Legislative Team continued advocating on behalf of Montana’s family farmers and ranchers and rural communities during the second week of the Montana Legislative Session, supporting bills that would revise liv...

  • Right To Repair MOU Doesn't Fix Issue

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Right to Repair issues have been making news this week because of a Memorandum of Understanding signed between John Deere and the American Farm Bureau Federation. Despite this MOU, the issue of Right to Repair is far from fixed and the work from NFU and Farmers Union state divisions will continue. The American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF)-John Deere MOU is a non-binding agreement between only one group and one equipment manufacturer, and that manufacturer has a history of preventing farmers from being able to affordably fixing their...

  • Irle School PTO Hosts Family Skate Afternoon At VEC

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    The Irle School PTO hosted a Family Skate afternoon at the Valley Event Center on Jan. 14. A variety of Irle School families came out on the ice to spend time and learn how to skate together, while making memories on a rainy, slick winter day. "The Irle School PTO is so pleased with the turnout we had for our annual Family Skate this year. To see so many families come to enjoy an activity together really speaks to the heart of what the PTO is about! We hope to see continued involvement from our...

  • Research Proposals Sought by Alfalfa Seed Committee

    For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    The Montana Alfalfa Seed Committee is seeking proposals for demonstration projects, applied research, and market development projects designed to address needs and opportunities for Montana’s alfalfa seed industry. Proposals are due Feb. 8. The committee will review proposals at the first regular meeting of the year. It will review all applications and make recommendations to the department for funding. Generally, to qualify for consideration, proposals must have practical, near-term application involving practices or organizational a...

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled by Kirsten Keiser, The Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    1 Years Ago Wednesday, January 16, 2013 Glasgow and Valley County law enforcement officials have been awarded a $210,000 grant to begin a new program, providing drug prosecution services to 17 counties and two drug task forces in Eastern Montana. The grant from the Montana Board of Crime Control will fund a drug prosecution coordinator, an attorney specializing in drug cases, for two years. The winter storm that hit northeast Montana on Thursday night wasn't a surprise. It had been making its...

  • Emulation Station

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    A lot of us, myself included, grew up with the sights and sounds of certain video games being ubiquitous. The “waka-waka” of Pac-Man, Tetris’s definitive theme music, or guiding Link through another adventure in Hyrule. Most of us, whether we’ve grown out of it or not, can look back fondly at times we’ve spent borderline-unhealthy lengths of time gripping a controller. Nowadays, video games are a very different experience, and typically a far cry from the simplicity of the ones from our youth. What if there was a way to recapture those fee...

  • Palm Reading? Or Too Many Palms...

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Jan 18, 2023

    Last week I briefly mentioned there being so many varieties of palm trees at the Sunken Gardens. There were palm trees scattered throughout the gardens, a well as a palm grove. Many of them I'd never heard of. I thought I'd write about those this week, to keep us envisioning tropical climes and ignoring the cold and snow enveloping our corner of Montana. I'd thought I'd be able to do a quick online search for palms of Florida, but no, there are way too many types to cover. I'd said I was amazed...

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