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  • Edwards Awarded JMG Conference Scholarship

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 Oct. 28. This conference is held in the hopes of preparing students for the workforce. Edwards, along with the other winners Anna Williams, of Scobey; Destiny Cheuvront, of Plains; and Ava Metcalfe, of Whitefish, received the opportunity to attend the Jobs for America’s Graduates National Student...

  • Festival of Trees

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 for the Friday night auction with all proceeds going towards the Valley County H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Pay Expenses) Project. Though no total was finalized by press time, co-coordinator of the event Rod Karst stated the auction had a good turnout. Those who were able to view the displays on...

  • FMDH Adds To Their OBGYN And Leadership Teams

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 isn't new to either of them, it certainly has been a change of pace for both Kathleen Nenninger, who replaced Ellen Guttenberg following her retirement as the hospital's chief operating officer (COO), and Amy Hopstad, who will be working along side Dr. Maya Sanchez-Rotunno in obstetrics and...

  • Opheim Welcomes New Staff Members To Community

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 shop/agriculture classes and FFA in addition to starting the fourth, fifth and sixth graders in Ag. Education. Tami Haushultz joined as the music educator for elementary, junior high and high school while Jenalyn “Jena” Batalla joined from the Phillipnes as the school’s science teacher. “I am...

  • Energy Share Assistance

    Nov 23, 2022

    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 their home energy bill, please contact Action for Eastern Montana (AEM) in Glendive at 1-800-227-0703. Help is available in various forms such as emergency bill assistance through Energy Share of Montana or LIHEAP (formerly called LIEAP). AEM handles applications for both programs. Energy Share is for...

  • Let's Talk Community

    Brianna Leader, For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 that I was not born nor raised here, but I am happy to have lived here now for eight years. I am sure the tale is as old as time…someone moves here from a “bigger city” and they are sad about it, mad about it, whatever emotion comes to mind. But generally, the consensus is initially not a...

  • Dress Codes

    Gwen Cornwell, For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 never wore pants to church, weddings, funerals, or other social things. Many outings required hats and dress gloves. It has been easy for me to forget the head coverings and gloves, but somewhere along the line I must have been chastised many times about “proper attire” as I still have...

  • Upcoming Events in the Area

    Nov 23, 2022

    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 Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 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.... Full story

  • Eugene 'Gene' A. Meldrum

    Nov 23, 2022

    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 held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at Fifth Avenue Christian Church, Havre. Burial will take place in the Joplin Cemetery next spring. Gene's family has suggested memorial donations be made in his memory to the Legion Riders, c/o 11225 River Road, Havre, MT 59501, the Havre VFW Post #497, PO Box... Full story

  • Kelvin Morehouse

    Nov 23, 2022

    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 and brothers for many years. It was through working with his dad that he met the love of his life, Joyce Allick. They married Aug. 20, 1977. Kelvin and Joyce welcomed their first daughter Tiffany in 1978. Tasha joined the family in 1981 and their son Adam was born in 1985. They raised silver fox and... Full story

  • Joseph Michael Ihnot

    Nov 23, 2022

    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 November 14, 2022, at Benefis hospital in Great Falls, Montana, with sisters Rachel and Susie holding his hands. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Jackie and Richard, and his sister Rosalia. Mickey attended schools in Nashua, Glasgow, Malta, and Butte, Montana. He was an altar boy... Full story

  • Yesterday's Memories

    Compiled by Kirsten Keiser, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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, Nov. 20. The soldiers were scheduled to return to the Billings International Airport on United Airlines Flight 579 at 12:42 p.m. Pat Gunderson, a 23-year veteran of the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, is retiring from the agency on Nov. 30. Instead of kicking back and taking it easy,...

  • Opheim School News

    Opheim School Newsletter, For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 if you can. The weather is getting cold, especially in the mornings which is when elementary students go to recess. Please send your children to school in clothing that will keep them warm if needed. We have extras in the office from the winter gear drive that occurred last January if they do forget....

  • Montana Farm Bureau Delegates Elect Officers During Annual Convention

    For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 rancher, has been re-elected as vice president. J.M. Peck, a cattle rancher from Melrose, has been elected as the new District 2 Director. Peck has served as the MFBF Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee Chair for the past three years. Re-elected to the board were Casey Mott, District 4, a cattle rancher...

  • Plant Information

    For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 next one will be held Feb. 6, and is "a modern-day folk trio inspired by the music and legacy of Peter, Paul, and Mary" called The Band Called Honalee. Really, more people here should make the effort to attend these events. How often do you get quality live musicians giving concerts up here in the...

  • Local 4-H Clubs Recognized By Kiwanis

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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. First place, receiving $100, was the Western Valley 4-H, who was represented by Cooper Albus and Haizyn Rutherford. In second place, receiving $75, was Northern Lites, represented by Ty Westby and Lana Mason. In third place, receiving $50, was Lucky Clover 4-H and in fourth place, receiving $25 was...

  • Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

    For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 feeding and turn out cows $80 to $118 while bulls brought in $85 to $103. 400-500 SC brought in $208 to $231, HC $185 to $202; 500-600 SC $190 to $223.75, HC $162 to $188.50. Forty-three Angus bred heifers brought in $2,050 per head and 92 Angus Bangs vacc. replacement heifers brought in $1,200 per head....

  • Hi-Line Hunt

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 whitetail – and led to two of my most popular stories in my tenure at the Glasgow Courier (see the Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, 2021, editions of the Glasgow Courier for the stories). Months later, sportsmen and readers would ask me about the adventure and inquire as to whether I would continue hunting. My...

  • Scotties Start Winter Sports Courier

    Nov 23, 2022

    Basketball and Wrestling seasons have started....

  • Milk River Athletes Make the Most of a Bad Situation

    Nov 23, 2022

    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 than travel across the state in treacherous conditions for the 89-team tournament, the hoopsters of Milk River made the shorter trek to Sidney for a friendly game against the Eagles. Coach OJ Taylor shared on Facebook: Glasgow won 32-14 but it really didn't matter who won. It was just SO much fun...

  • 2022 District 3C

    Nov 23, 2022

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

  • 2022 World Series Winners

    Nov 23, 2022

    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: Book #94: Kelly Sillerud, Rachel Boese, Zack Burner, Ed Sugg Game 4: Book #9: Karen Fauth, Kelly Dean, Rocky Kittleson, Carolyn Bachtold Game 5: Book #32: Mike Zoanni, Mo Fast, Rick Tihista, Shannon Fargo Game 6: Book #77: Jeff Hayward, Gregg Hunter, Heather Hooper, Mark Combs Game 7: Box #77: Jeff...

  • MT Highway 248 Timber Bridge Replacement Begins Early November

    For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 broader Timber Bridges – Glasgow Area project underway to replace up to 16 timber bridges within three years in northeastern Montana. “Replacing Montana’s aging timber bridges is a top priority for MDT,” said Shane Mintz, MDT Glendive district administrator. “These structures are vital to...

  • Customers Encouraged To Monitor Natural Gas Meter And Furnace Vent Areas

    For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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 the snow and ice away from the meter set and the furnace vent area. Also, anyone operating snow removal equipment needs to be aware of objects buried under the snow, which can include natural gas meters and risers. Accumulations of snow and ice can cause the regulator and meter to malfunction and...

  • Don't Cross The Streams

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|Nov 23, 2022

    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’s possible however that I’m in the minority; platforms like Twitch and Youtube Gaming have streamed hundreds of millions of live gaming hours directly to eager watchers, while popular content creators practically reach celebrity status. What’s driving this hugely successful market though? Is i...

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