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  • Festival Of Trees Raises Over $15,000

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    The Valley County Hope Project Festival of Trees 19th annual fundraising event was held on Nov. 17, at the Elks Lodge. With a prime rib dinner served with garlic smashed potatoes, asparagus wrapped in bacon, salad, bread and cheesecake, serviced by Valley County 4H members, the fundraising event was considered a success by event organizers. Throughout the past week, and possibly longer based upon the intricacies of some of the donated pieces, various members of the community had the opportunity...

  • Speech And Drama Season Gets Underway

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Lustre Christian High School, Frazer School and Glasgow High School started their Speech and Drama season on Nov. 4 with the Glasgow Scottie Meet held at Glasgow High School. Community members, students and staff helped make the all-day event a success by volunteering their time in judging the various events, providing food and supporting the home team. Glasgow's team, under coaches Carla Swenson and Sheena Wilcox, saw Gabe Proctor win second in humorous oral interpretation (HOI), Kai Combs won...

  • Snack Pack Helps Area Kids With Food Insecurity

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Since its inception by then Glasgow High School student Morgan Guttenberg in 2016, the Snack Pack program has seen many changes, not only in it's leadership but with the community's need of the program. After Guttenberg graduated in 2017, the reigns were handed off to Katie Keiser. Upon her graduation in 2019, the Snack Pack program then became solely under the direction of the Glasgow High School Key Club, who is now advised by Carla Swenson and Sheena Wilcox. Snack Pack began as a Key Club...

  • Bobcats Win GHS BPA Food Drive

    For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Though the Montana Grizzles won on the field Nov. 18 against the Montana State Bobcats during the Brawl of the Wild Contest, the real winner off the field was the Valley County Emergency Food Bank in Glasgow. The local Business Professionals of America organization at Glasgow High School organized a Cat vs. Griz Food Drive this past week as a way for students, staff and community to get into the Brawl of the Wild Spirit. From Nov. 13 through 17, students at Irle Elementary, Glasgow Middle...

  • Help For Your Home Energy Bill

    Nov 22, 2023

    Dear Editor, Many Montanans have heard about Energy Share of Montana, but may not realize exactly what it does. Energy Share helps Montanans who are facing loss of heat or lights in their homes and who have no resources to pay the bill themselves. Assistance is situationally-based, not income-based. This means that even if someone has an income that is higher than normal poverty guidelines, if their situation is such that they're about to lose their heat or lights and they have no money in the...

  • Give Blood, Celebrate The 20th Anniversary Of The Film "Elf"

    American Red Cross, For the Courier

    For many, watching the classic holiday movie “Elf” has been a heartwarming tradition for 20 years. This November, the American Red Cross is encouraging people to add a new tradition as the holiday season begins: Spread cheer with a blood or platelet donation. Donations are critical to the blood supply as the holiday season draws near – a time when blood donations often decline. Donors of all blood types are urged to give, especially type O blood donors and those giving platelets. To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the film “Elf,” and creat... Full story

  • Annual Nativity Open House Dec. 3

    For the Courier

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints would like to invite all who would like to share in celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, with the annual nativity Open House Sunday, Dec. 3, from 3 to 7 p.m. There will also be musical entertainment during the Open House. From 6 to 7 p.m. there will be a live Christmas Devotional broadcast from Salt Lake City featuring the Tabernacle Choir for those who like to stay and listen. The display of Nativities was first presented in 2015 with community members willing to share their... Full story

  • Volunteers Needed For Block Of Bucks

    Caring Hands, Inc., will once again be doing Block of Bucks! Registration will be at the Caring Hands Thrift Store, Monday, Nov. 13 through 28. All forms must be returned by Tuesday, Nov. 28. No late forms will be accepted. Volunteers are needed for collecting funds for this great event on Friday, Dec. 1, on the corners of the post office and D&G Sports and Western, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Two people are needed for each corner and time slot. Shopping volunteers are also needed for Saturday, Dec. 2, which is shopping day. If you are interested in... Full story

  • Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

    Nov 22, 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 open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. 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. Visitors to the Fort Peck I... Full story

  • Stepping On Course Builds Confidence For 60+ Community Members!

    For the Courier

    Falls are preventable – don’t wait until a fall injures more than your pride! Did you know that one in four people, age 65 or older, experience a fall each year. Of these falls in the state of Montana, 32 percent of unintentional fall-related traumas involved a hip fracture, and 22 percent involved a traumatic brain injury. Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (FMDH) STAT EMS knows that small, simple changes in one’s life can make a huge impact in preventing a fall from happening and have a course that can teach you all the tips and tricks you n... Full story

  • What Should You Know About RMDs?

    Financial Advisor Arron Franzen, For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    You may spend decades contributing to various retirement accounts. But for some accounts, such as a traditional IRA and 401(k), you must start withdrawing funds at a certain point. What should you know about this requirement? To begin with, the rules governing these withdrawals — technically called required minimum distributions, or RMDs — have changed recently. For many years, individuals had to begin taking their RMDs (which are based on the account balance and the IRS’ life expectancy factor) when they turned 70½. The original SECURE Act of...

  • Gilbert DeSonia Services

    Nov 22, 2023

    Gilbert Alonzo DeSonia, 84, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away peacefully the evening of Monday, Oct. 9, 2023, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, in Glasgow, surrounded by his family and significant other. A Celebration of Life/Memorial Service is planned for 2 p.m., Friday, Nov. 24, at Bell Mortuary in Glasgow. There will be a reception luncheon following at the Cottonwood. Cards and condolences may be left or mailed to the family at 519 6th Avenue N, Glasgow, MT 59230, or may be left at Full story

  • New Members Appointed To Montana Wetlands Protection Advisory Council

    FWP, For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks recently appointed six new members to the Montana Wetlands Protection Advisory Council. Region 1: To be determined Region 2: Bridger Pierce Region 3: Justin Julian Region 4: Chris Evensen Region 5: Beverly Wornom Region 6: Ken Jansa Region 7: Stephen Christian The council advises FWP on general management and direction of the Migratory Bird Wetland Program. The program was established by the Montana legislature in 1985 and is funded with state migratory bird hunting license fees. “We’re grateful for these mem...

  • Cost Of Thanksgiving Dinner Down Slightly From Record High In 2022

    Montana Farm Bureau Federation, For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Gathering around the table for a Thanksgiving dinner won’t take as much of a toll on your pocketbook this year compared to 2022, but the meal still reflects historically high costs. The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 38th annual survey provides a snapshot of the average cost of this year’s classic holiday feast for 10, which is $61.17 or less than $6.20 per person. This is a 4.5 decrease from last year’s record-high average of $64.05, but a Thanksgiving meal is still 25 percent higher than it was in 2019, which highlights the impact high su...

  • Glasgow School District Receives Beef To School Grant

    For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Recently the Glasgow School District received a $440 grant from the Beef To School Grant program administered by Great Northern Development. According to Katie Potter, of the Glasgow School District, the District ordered $440 worth of beef from the North of Nowhere Farms, in Opheim. North of Nowhere Farms has their beef processed in Billings and it is USDA Certified. The North of Nowhere Farm raises grass fed and grass finished beef. The Glasgow School District purchased 83.82 pounds of hamburger from North of Nowhere Farms with the $440...

  • Lucky Clover 4-H Meeting Notes

    Emma Kirkland, For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    We initiated the new officers. Jaydeen Hanshew is President, Lucas Tatafu is Vice President, Reata Walden is Secretary, Britany Fuller is Treasurer, Emma Kirkland is Reporter, Elise Kirkland is Sunshine Officer. Jaydeen went to the Kiwanis Luncheon and our club got second place and won $50. We finished our wreath sales and wreaths will be delivered around Thanksgiving. Upcoming events are Awards Day Nov. 19, at 3 p.m., at St. Raphael’s. Horse Family Meeting at 1p.m. with pizza at St. Raphael’s. The beef weigh-ins are Dec. 2. Lucky Clover 4H...

  • Montana Stockgrowers Works To Connect Consumers and Ranchers Through Montana Food Service Industry

    For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    The Montana Stockgrowers Foundation (MSF) Cattle Drive program has set out to do something no other cattle organization in the state has done—match Montana born, raised, and fed cattle with local restaurants and retailers. The “Montanans Feeding Montana Initiative” seeks to connect the Montana food service industry to the high-quality beef raised by Montana ranchers. The Cattle Drive program is in its sixth year, with this year launching the value-added focus that intentionally pairs partners together to keep the entire beef supply chain in Mon...

  • Bringing In The Green?

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    I’m enjoying the indoor greenery, but I’m not talking about bringing a tree into the house. I know many people are putting up their Christmas trees at this time, or have already done so. I’m not one of those. Since we’ve been spending the holiday season with our daughter and family in Florida, my artificial tree hasn’t been out of storage for years. My shooting star Hoya has been trying to bloom for the past six weeks, but kept dropping the buds before they opened. I decided the cause was lack of proper drainage. I purchased clay beads (re...

  • Glasgow's Represents At Montana Key Club Youth Conference

    Glasgow Kiwanis Club, For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Glasgow was well represented at the recent annual Montana Key Club Youth Conference held in Great Falls Nov. 5 through 7, sponsored by the Kiwanis. Attending were Aspen Probert, Hannah Holinde, Advisor Carla Swenson, Kiwanis Advisor Charles Wilson, Gabe Proctor, Lt. Gov. Connor Whitmer, Pres. Daniel Berry, Mason Swenson (former Lt Gov, now in Circle K in college), and Michael Aho. Over 100 students from around Montana attended the three day conference. About 300 man hours of service was donated...

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled by Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    The Courier 10 Years Ago Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2023 At least half a dozen burglaries have taken place in Valley County and Glasgow over the last few weeks. At Monday's City Council meeting, Lt. Trint Gamas said that investigators had one possible suspect in custody – but there may be another. "We just need to remind people to lock their doors on their car doors and their houses," Gamas said during the council meeting. A painful but important reminder was placed at Sullivan Park this week. The N...

  • Ice Dawgs Skate Away With Two Home Wins

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    The Glasgow Ice Dawgs won their home opener doubleheader against the Bozeman Ice Dogs. Glasgow cruised to an easy 9-2 win Saturday night and an 8-1 victory Sunday morning. The Dawgs dominated puck control over the course of the two games, proving to be as strong offensively playing down a man as they were at full strength. The Dawgs outshot the visitors 47-9 in the first game, with Dawgs goalie Jacob Potter turning in a .778 save percentage. Potter turned away seven of the nine Ice Dogs'...

  • Winter Sports Season Begins

    Nov 22, 2023

    The Glasgow Basketball teams will start the season with their Red and White Scrimmage on Saturday, Nov. 25, at noon. Their first official games of the season will start Friday, Dec. 1, at Glendive. Glasgow Wrestling will start their official season on Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2, at the 37th Annual Sidney Eagle Invitational....

  • Academic All State For Quarter 1

    For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    These individuals earned Academic All State for Quarter 1 of this academic year. These honorees were able to earn a Varsity Letter in their respective activity while maintaining a GPA at 3.500 or above. Cross Country Kheyerah Bilger Riley Evenson-Glasoe Haleigh Huntsman Caylen Jankowski Rowen Kloker Gage Larsen Adam Mickelson Emily See James Seekins Drew Simensen Owen Thompson Jensina Tweten Mayzie Yoakam Football Tayven Bietz Tavin Boland Khye Gamas Trey Graham Cade Hudyma Connor Hudyma Andrew Linder Vaughn Miller Rex Monson Coy Nelson...

  • Glasgow Volleyball Stats

    For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Season Stats Aces: Tatum Nyquist 29 Kills: Tatum Nyquist 142 Assists: Macy Martin 334 Blocks: Hayden Green 87 Digs: Joely Chappell 217 Post Season Stats Aces: Tatum Nyquist 14 Kills: Tatum Nyquist 58, Joely Chappell 55 Assists: Macy Martin 170 Blocks: Hayden Green 28 Digs: Joely Chappell 95, Macy Martin 81, Halle Hunter 78...

  • 2023 Class 'C' Volleyball All-State List

    For the Courier|Nov 22, 2023

    Teagan Erickson 12 North Country 1C* Paige Wasson 12 North Country 1C** *All-State member in 2022 as well ** All-State member for three consecutive years...

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