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Articles from the November 23, 2022 edition

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Edwards Awarded JMG Conference Scholarship

Glasgow High School junior Harley Edwards was one of four students throughout the state who was recognized for his essay on leadership development during the state’s annual Jobs for Montana’s Graduates (JMG) Lead Montana Conference in Helena on...

 

Festival of Trees

The 18th Annual Festival of Trees was held on Nov. 18 and 19 at the Glasgow Elks Lodge. A total of 48 trees, wreaths and holiday décor, designed by a wide range of community members, were available...

 

FMDH Adds To Their OBGYN And Leadership Teams

Over the past few months, two new faces have been getting used to new co-workers and patients at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital as well as a new way of life in the Middle of Nowhere. Though Glasgow...

 

Opheim Welcomes New Staff Members To Community

At the beginning of the school year, Opheim School students and fellow staff welcomed four new staff members into their community. Matt Simley is teaching second/third grade class as well as the elementary P.E. classes. Tracy Cumber took over the...

 

Energy Share Assistance

Dear Editor, It is no secret that the cost of living is significantly higher than it was a year ago. Things are tough out there for a lot of people. If you or someone you know is struggling to pay the...

 

Let's Talk Community

Community is defined by Google as “a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.” I would love to expand on that, and not just the definition, but about the Glasgow community itself. It’s no secret...

 

Dress Codes

Remembering dress codes of the past. Remember when you as a female, could not wear pants to school. You may remember the indignity of having to wear long pants under your dress as you walked to school on days like some of our recent ones. And you...

 

Upcoming Events in the Area

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 hours are Wednesday through... Full story

 

Eugene 'Gene' A. Meldrum

Eugene 'Gene' A. Meldrum, 88, passed away due to natural causes at Northern Montana Care Center, Havre, Mont., on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022. Cremation has taken place, and memorial services will be... Full story

 

Kelvin Morehouse

Kelvin Donald Morehouse was born May 5, 1957, to Jack and Barbara (Taddonio) Morehouse in Glasgow, Mont. He graduated from Glasgow High School in 1975. He worked for Morehouse Painting with his dad... Full story

 

Joseph Michael Ihnot

Joseph Michael Ihnot ("Mickey" to his family; "Mike" to his friends), age 79, was born in Glasgow, Montana, April 1, 1943, the fourth child of John Ivan Ihnot and Phyllis Walsh Ihnot. He passed away N... Full story

 

Yesterday's Memories

10 Years Ago Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012 Fourteen soldiers from the Montana Army National Guard's 484th Military Police Company, headquartered in Malta, were expected to return to Montana on Tuesday,...

 

Opheim School News

Opheim's two seniors, Bo Anderson and Carrie Taylor, will represent Opheim on the Scobey Spartans basketball team. A full basketball schedule will be published later, so please come to support them...

 

Montana Farm Bureau Delegates Elect Officers During Annual Convention

The Montana Farm Bureau Federation delegates elected officers during the organization’s 2022 Annual Convention in Missoula. Cyndi Johnson, a Conrad small grains farmer, has been re-elected as president and Gary Heibertshausen, an Alzada sheep...

 

Plant Information

We attended the most recent NAN (Northeastern Arts Network) concert held up at the Glasgow High School last week. There are four concerts held here each winter. You've now missed the first two. The...

 

Local 4-H Clubs Recognized By Kiwanis

During the Nov. 9 Kiwanis Club meeting at the Cottonwood, the top four 4-H Clubs, as judged by the County Extension Office, were awarded monetary funds lto be utilized within their club activities....

 

Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

The market report for the Glasgow Stockyards as of Nov. 10, shows 2,531 cattle sold with cows and bulls steady. Feeders are softer due to storm market. Utility and commercial cows brought in $63 to $75; canner and cutter cows $52 to $64; young...

 

Hi-Line Hunt

A year ago, I entered the world of hunting via the Hi-Line Sportsmen Hunter Mentoring Program under the tutelage of Andrew McKean. The experience resulted in two successful deer hunts – a mule and w...

 

Scotties Start Winter Sports Courier

Basketball and Wrestling seasons have started....

 

Milk River Athletes Make the Most of a Bad Situation

The Milk River basketball team was set to attend the Special Olympics Montana State basketball Tournament in Butte Nov. 10-12 but winter hit the state and disrupted Glasgow's travel plans. Rather...

 

2022 District 3C

The Frazer Bearcubs girls jamboree basketball team claimed the top slot in the 2022 District 3C Tournament....

 

2022 World Series Winners

The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture, Inc. announces the winners of the World Series books: Game 1: Book #20: Gail Fast, RJ Winderl, Wade Sundby, Mark Dulaney Game 2: Book #44: Kelly Sillerud, Rachel Boese, Zack Burner, Ed Sugg Game 3:...

 

MT Highway 248 Timber Bridge Replacement Begins Early November

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and Sletten Construction will begin preparations to replace two timber bridges on MT Highway 248 (MT 248) in early November 2022, weather permitting. These bridge replacement projects are part of a...

 

Customers Encouraged To Monitor Natural Gas Meter And Furnace Vent Areas

With heavy snow accumulations throughout the region, Montana-Dakota Utilities is encouraging customers to inspect their natural gas meter and furnace vent areas to make sure there is not a buildup of snow and ice. Customers are encouraged to clear...

 

Don't Cross The Streams

Perhaps I’m old, but I have never understood the appeal of watching someone else play a video game. Even though I can hold my own at MarioKart, the idea of using my computer to log on and stream someone else racking up points is wildly foreign. It...

 

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