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  • Glasgow's Christmas Tree Returns

    Bonnie Davidson, The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    It's been roughly over two decades since Glasgow lost its Christmas tree located downtown. The tree used to sit in the middle of the street on 2nd Ave. S and 4th St. S. A manhole was uncovered and a pot the city created to place the tree in helped hold the tree in place. The tree brought some of that holiday cheer and Christmas spirit to shoppers, pedestrians and workers as they traveled through the downtown area. "It was just a tree stuck in a hole every year," Dan Carney, previous mayor of... Full story

  • Meier: Drug Bust Impact Could Be Significant

    Bonnie Davidson, The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    The Tri-Agency Drug Force and the Valley County Sheriff's Office reported that they made a bust after an intense investigation came to a close on Monday, Nov. 10. After a search warrant was conducted at 587 BIA Route 1, the task force located Shon Wilcox, who had approximately 4.5 pounds of pot, methamphetamine, prescription pills and numerous paraphernalia items that were located in a camper, utility trailer and a pickup. The estimated street value of drugs was in excess of $20,000. Wilcox, 45, was charged with four felony criminal possession...

  • Keystone XL Hits and Misses In A Week

    Bonnie Davidson, The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    The highly charged debate surrounding the Keystone XL Pipeline, which could heavily impact Valley County, found approval and rejection in a week's time. Last week on Friday, Nov. 14, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill of approval for the pipeline, 252 to 161. Rep. Steve Daines stated in a release that it took Canada seven months to pass the pipeline and it has taken the U.S. Senate and President Barrack Obama six years to move forward. Incoming Rep. Ryan Zinke stated that the president has been putting politics before the needs of...

  • Festival Of Trees: A Decade Of Tradition

    Bonnie Davidson, The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    It's been a local tradition that has continued to grow. The thought that started it all was, why couldn't we do this in Glasgow? The Festival of Trees for Relay For Life will bring locals in and kick off the holiday season this weekend. Creative tree décor will line the room at the Glasgow Elks Club. The prime rib dinner and auction will take place on Friday, Nov. 21, from 6-8 p.m. Tickets have already been selling for the event. For those who just want to take a peak at what quirky themes were created, the trees are open for public viewing on...

  • Courier A Day Early For Thanksgiving

    Nov 19, 2014

    The Glasgow Courier will be published a day early next week in observance of Thanksgiving. Your hometown paper will roll off the press on Tuesday, rather than the usual Wednesday, so everyone in the area can get it before the Thursday holiday--at the stores or as a home subscriber.... Full story

  • The Great Indoors

    Nov 19, 2014

    A milestone event is nearing for the new wildlife exhibit at the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana, a downtown Glasgow destination attraction in the making for young and not-so-young outdoors enthusiasts. A "Safari Social" and fundraiser is planned for 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29. It's a chance to tour this significant addition to the community and visit with exhibit producers. Skip Erickson, above, has long envisioned the exhibit to showcase his prized hunting trophies and educate... Full story

  • Outdoors News

    For The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    Comment Period Ends Dec. 11 On Bison Habitat Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) and Montana Department of Livestock invite the public to comment on an addendum to their 2013 draft environmental assessment, Year-round Habitat for Yellowstone Bison. The addendum focuses on a new alternative under consideration that combines components of three of the original alternatives with some additional management tools depending on the bison population level. Comments can be submitted by regular mail to MFWP – Bison Addendum, PO Box 200701, Helena M...

  • Double Play

    MSUB Sports Information|Nov 19, 2014

    BILLINGS – The latest commitments to the Montana State University Billings baseball team are both from Glasgow, as Keil Krumwiede and Jason Thibault signed letters of intent announced Yellowjacket head coach Rob Bishop Tuesday. Both are versatile athletes who have competed in multiple sports at Glasgow High School and played for the strong Glasgow Reds baseball program. A three-sport standout, Krumwiede is a left-side infielder, a forward in basketball and a tight end on the football team for th...

  • Ice Dawg Squirts Come Up Huge In Havre

    Carin Barnett, For The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    The Ice Dawg Squirts traveled to Havre for a pair of games this weekend. Leading up to the games there was both excitement and nervousness for the five returning and eight new Squirts. The first period was hectic as they worked to establish rhythm. Colter Barnett started the scoring in the first, adding another short handed goal on a penalty kill. By the end of that period both goals would be answered by Havre tying it up. Trevor Dulaney hit the back of the net for his first Squirt goal....

  • Mr. Speaker From NE Mont.

    The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    Eastern Montana might see a little more representation in the state House. Rep. Austin Knudsen, R, District 34, was selected as speaker of the Montana House on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Knudsen covers a portion of Valley County in his district and just recently took 76 percent of the votes in the district during the election. Republicans now hold the majority in the house by 59-41.... Full story

  • It's That Time Of Year To Hit The Obamacare Market

    Bonnie Davidson, The Courier|Nov 19, 2014

    With Obamacare in full effect some of the kinks have been worked out in the last year on the federal Marketplace site for insurance. When January rolls around consumers will start to see how taxes will be effected by the new healthcare bill that went into effect last year. Local Certified Application Counselor (CAC) Terry Reddy explained that people need to look at insurance plans and enroll by Dec. 15 for insurance to be effective by Jan. 1. Enrollment opened up on Friday, Nov. 15, and will continue to remain open until Feb. 15, 2015. Life...

  • Why Did The Bison Cross The Road?

    Monty Billing, My Opinion|Nov 19, 2014

    This was written based off comments that have been expressed at meetings across the state. Fish, Wildlife, and Parks put wild and free roaming bison on a refuge, but there was nothing to keep them there. The refuge was rugged and had undesirable forage and poor water. Bison prefer flatter ground and better food, so the bison crossed the road. The bison found private property that had been managed by the same family for over 100 years. Generations of water development and good grazing plans created desirable forage, so the bison helped... Full story

  • So Much To Do

    Sandy Laumeyer, Just A Thought|Nov 19, 2014

    This seems to be another week for a this and that column. For the past several months we've been attending Nashua volleyball games and the JAM basketball games as our granddaughter plays volleyball and we have two grandsons playing basketball. The time all these athletes have spent in practice was quite evident in their games. And I was impressed by the team work and sportsmanship displayed. A sports expert I'm not, but I feel that in a couple of years, the boys' JAM basketball team is going to be a tough team to go up against. Congratulations...

  • Article On Deputy Campaign Complaints Misleading

    Donna Dascher, Letter To The Editor|Nov 19, 2014

    Dear Editor: The article on the deputy campaign complaints on Wednesday, Nov. 5 was misleading. De minimis – adj. (dee-minnie-miss) Latin for “of minimum importance.” It is not “application de minimis, it is “de minimis.” The meaning is not as you stated. The Courier stated that it meant “the error was unintentional and it was corrected before the complaints were filed.” Misleading. This is quoted from the COPP, Jonathon R. Motl, of the State of Montana, “These violations are excused upon application of the de minimis principle such th...

  • Gov. Bullock Outlines His Proposed Montana Budget

    Steve Bullock--Montana Governor, Press Release|Nov 19, 2014

    This was released by Gov. Bullock's office. Governor Steve Bullock released his budget proposal for the 2017 biennium. The proposal aims to build on and maintain the state’s fiscal strength, while making common sense investments that will allow the state’s economy to continue to grow. In his proposal, Bullock encourages the Legislature to follow his lead as they construct a budget for consideration, by: 1. Leaving a $300 million ending fund balance on June 30, 2017, that will ensure that state is prepared to weather any rainy day. 2. Ens...

  • Brenden's District The Largest Bordering Canada

    John Brenden--Montana State Senator, The Brenden Report|Nov 19, 2014

    Hello, this is Sen. John Brenden sending a letter to the folks in my Sen. District #17. Since the last election, my senate district has increased to include Chinook and everything north in Blaine County and everything north of Highway 2 in Havre, angling northwest by Fresno, ending about straight north of Hingham, but not including Hingham. My district goes from the North Dakota border about 282 miles west and that is 51 percent of the 545-mile border with Canada! It is the largest state senate district in miles that borders Canada; it...

  • Brett Robert Norman

    Nov 19, 2014

    Brett Robert Norman, 17, died from a vehicle accident east of Nashua, Mont., on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. He was born into our family on May 5, 1997, to Robert and Penny Norman, in Salem Ore. We were so happy for a third son and Mama especially delighted in his chubby little self. As a child, he was full of life. He loved his binkie. He had a hearty, contagious laugh. He loved to snuggle, especially with his daddy. He was always ready to go along on the next adventure with his dad, and brothers...

  • Olga Grant

    Nov 19, 2014

    Olga Grant, 96, dies from natural causes Nov. 9 at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. Family services will be held later in the summer of 2014. Interment will be in the Highland Cemetery in Glasgow. She was born on the family farm in the Grain community north of Nashua, daughter of Mikal and Bergit Torgerson. She attended a country school there, later attending and graduating from Nashua High School. After that she worked as a secretary in Glasgow. During that time she met Bud Grant at a c...

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  • Printer At Work

    Nov 19, 2014

    The Courier had a visit from two homeschooling families on Oct. 29 who got to see our newspaper production process. Terry Trang, Courier's office manager (far right), guided the tour while the children watched Stan Sonsteng, production manager, adding a sheet of mylar under the aluminum plate to increase the plate's thickness. The visitors are Clay Savage (9), Cole Savage (7) and Carly Savage (4) accompanies by their mother Becky Savage, and Noah Runner (8), Ava Runner (5), Silas Runner (4) and... Full story

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