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Articles from the November 16, 2016 edition

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Glasgow Awarded Small System Award

Mayor Becky Erickson is proud to announce that the City of Glasgow was awarded the Montana Water Environment Association 2016 Small System Award. The MWEA selects a small community wastewater facility that is exceptionally well run and maintained to... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

Law Enforcement Brief

The Glasgow Police Department urges owners of campers and boats to remove them from city streets. With winter weather on the horizon, the GPD would like to remind Glasgow citizens that it is against city code for campers and boats to be parked on... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

MDT Tests New Design Ideas with Hwy. 117 Improvements

The Montana Department of Transportation expects the paving project along Hwy. 117 between Nashua and Glasgow to be completed within the next two weeks, including the sloping and planting of grass along the finished roadway . The remainder of work... Full story


VFW and American Legion Celebrate Glasgow Vets

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3107 and American Legion Post 41 hosted the annual Veterans Day Celebration at the Glasgow Civic Center on Nov. 11. The program took place at 10:30 a.m., with Art... Full story

 By Dane Osen    News    November 16, 2016

Saco, Hinsdale Schools Combine Talents for Holiday

Hinsdale and Saco Schools teamed up to put on quite the presentation for local Veterans Nov. 14. Held in Hinsdale's gymnasium, the two schools' bands and choirs performed patriotic songs and wowed... Full story


'Listen to the Quiet:' Part 8

Correction: The last installment of Listen to the Quiet featured competing and/or incorrect spellings of the names “Kientz” (this being the correct version) and “Anne Poland Dippy” (also corrected). Certainly, no people lived closer to God...


All Together Now, or Not

Have ya’ seen it? All those Gen Xer’s, Millenials and Dreamers, along with a dubious assortment of disgruntled movie actors on the evening news protesting the election of Donald J. Trump? They had best take a closer look at what they’re saying...


Veterans Day Address

The following is the key note address delivered by SSG A.J. Etherington during the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ and American Legion’s Veterans Day Ceremony in Glasgow on November 11th. In the last year, I have been humbled on three occasions now to... Full story


On Voting

Last week a new president was elected. Since then, there have been many demonstrations against President elect Donald Trump. In an interview on 60 Minutes Nov. 23, Trump was asked about the demonstrations. He stated he was “sad to see them and if...


The Art of Killing a Turkey

There are days when my mind just cannot dredge up a memory from the past that I haven’t already touched on, this being one of those days. Since it is hunting season, along with the knowledge that Brian Austin has reopened his meat processing shop...


Casper O. Holter

Casper O. "Cap" Holter, 97, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in the comfort of the Lord, surrounded by family. Services will be held Thursday, Nov. 17, at 2 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church in... Full story


Connie Mae Whitten

Connie Mae Whitten, 58, passed away peacefully in her home with her loving family beside her on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. She was diagnosed in 2009 with pancreatic cancer and was in remission for six... Full story


Herbert D. Wichmann Jr.

Herbert D. Wichmann Jr., 77, formerly of the Lustre community, died in a West Bend, Wis., hospital after a long illness. He was born Feb. 10, 1939, in Milwaukee, Wis., to Herbert and Sophie (Lidwin) Wichmann. The Wichmann family moved from Milwaukee... Full story


Leo F. Barthelmess Sr.

Leo F. Barthelmess Sr., 88, surrounded by family and friends, passed away peacefully on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. The family will receive friends at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the Kirkwood Memorial... Full story


Hockey Season is Underway

The 2016-2017 Ice Dawg hockey season kicked off with the 14U girls traveling to Miles City Nov. 12, the high school boys traveling for games against Butte and Great Falls Nov. 12-13, and the bantams... Full story


Fall Sports Highlights: Scotties and More

As the fall sports season transitions into the winter sports season, the Courier looks back at the successes of our Valley County athletes. As August came to an end, the GHS Student Council sponsored... Full story


Benji Phillips Signs With D1 NDSU

GHS senior Benji Phillips has signed a letter of intent to compete as a javelin thrower for the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Bison. Head coach Don Larson and associate head coach Justin St.... Full story


Bull Elk Left to Waste in Southern Blaine County, Wardens Seeking Information

Montana FWP game wardens are seeking information on a wasted bull elk, likely shot between Nov. 1-4, in southern Blaine Co. The 5X6 bull elk was located on the Biebinger Block Management Area, just... Full story


Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

THURSDAY – NOV. 17 7 p.m. - The American Legion & Auxiliary #41 meets at the VFW Hall in Glasgow at 7 p.m. FRIDAY – NOV. 18 MSU Extension Agent Roubie Younkin will offer the four-hour Food Handlers ServSafe Training. Times will be arranged to... Full story


Content and Advertising Deadline

Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, our content and advertising deadline for the Nov. 23rd issue of the Glasgow Courier will be Friday, Nov. 18.... Full story


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