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 By Jim Orr    News    December 3, 2014

Dinner Is Served

The weather outside was a bit frightful, but the feast inside was delightful. After the morning's freezing rain melted, 170 plates of traditional holiday meals were served at the 24th annual Valley... Full story


Search Effort Finds Boy, 14, on Thanksgiving

One Forsyth family had a lot to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Day. Their 14-year-old son, Marcus Rothwell, was lost overnight during a hunting trip that brought them to the Timber Creek area, near Wyatt Coulee and Plum Creek. Valley County...


Horn Raised Most Campaign Funding In County Races

As the year winds down to an end, voters are already putting elections behind them and looking toward those getting ready to take office. But campaign funding records are open to the public for disclosure, and funds raised went toward radio ads, prin...


Water Customers May See Refund

The Glasgow City Council met and approved to pay back water customers over the next six months after a glitch in software was found by the auditors that made their visit in November. The software was unable to convert cubic feet and gallons. The...


Valley County Audit Response Comes In

The Valley County courthouse had visits from the auditors recently. Their responses came in with some minor suggestions. The full report is usually available after the the New Year. The auditors suggested segregated collections and budgets for the...


A Star Is Born

City employee Adam Morehouse hand built the star that now sits on Glasgow's Christmas tree across from Markle's and D&G. Director of Public Works Robert Kompel said Morehouse is a welder and handy... Full story


Before Butterball

Now that we've all had our fill of turkey, imagine cooking your Thanksgiving meal in a wood stove. That's what Cozy May Aliff did. She was homesteaded south of Larslan and was known for cooking... Full story


A Word From The County Fair Commission

Creating desired results in challenging times was the opening for the 89th Rocky Mountain Fair Convention held Nov. 13-15. At present there are 111 fairs in this association and 168 service members. For those of you who are not familiar, this is one... Full story


Mr. Max Cousins

Not long ago, I read of a high school science teacher and how he has inspired a love for science in his students. The article reminded me of my science teacher when I was a freshman. His name was Max Cousins. Of course, he was Mr. Cousins to the...


You Know You're A Redneck At A Mock Wedding If...

Do you remember “mock weddings?” There was recently an invitation in The Courier inviting friends and relatives to attend a mock wedding and 50th anniversary celebration. It was hard for me to believe the number of people who had not heard the...


Robert Milferd Rorvig

Robert Milferd Rorvig, age 100, of Glasgow, died on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. He was born in Minnesota on his grandparents' farm on Jan. 2, 1914, to Nels...


Darla Dee Broken Leg-Crow

Our beloved Darla Dee Broken Leg-Crow, 50, made her journey into the spirit world, to be with her heavenly father, on Nov. 29, 2014. A vigil service will be held Friday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. and funeral...


Genalgo 'Gene' Charles Alsberg--Full Obituary

I passed from a wide assortment of ailments on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014. My choice was not to have a funeral as those who knew me would understand (at age 82). My life began in Wishek, North Dakota born... Full story


Just Passing Through

For those of us who pay attention, there is a lot of bicycle traffic along the Hi-Line and this past summer has been no exception. Most folks travel west to east because of the prevailing winds, but... Full story

 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 3, 2014

Speech & Drama Off To Hardin After Enjoying Some Home Cooking

The GHS speech and drama team heads to the Hardin Invitational this Saturday, Dec. 6, hoping to build off its fine Class B showing Nov. 22 at their first home meet under the program's new coaching staff. The Glasgow speech team won the first place...

 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 3, 2014

Time For Winter To Heat Up For Scotties

A new season – and a couple of new coaching eras – begin this weekend when the Scottie winter sports teams open their schedules. On the mat, former Scottie state champion Jory Casterline debuts as head wrestling coach when the Dawgs participate...


Class C Showcase In Glasgow This Week

Basketball season begins for a number of area girls and boys teams this weekend during the Class C Showcase at the GHS gym and the Class C Showcase JV at the Evangelical Church gym. The varsity Showcase opens at GHS at 10:30 a.m. Friday with the... Full story


Fishing Contests: Any Thoughts?

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on more than 50 fishing contests proposed statewide for the open-water season of 2015. Participants must comply with state fishing regulations, including daily and possession limits. Most...


Termite-Mite Signup Underway In Hockey

Hi Line Youth Hockey is conducting registration for the second session for Termite-Mites ages 8 & under. Registration must be completed prior to Dec. 22. Players must register with USA Hockey at prior to registration with HLYH and a...


Lilley High Scorer In GRD Hoops League

Tuesday, November 25 Cottonwood Inn/Bud Light 48, FCB 46 High Scorers: Cottonwood Inn/Bud Light – Willy Lauckner – 14 Pat Menge – 14 FCB – Steven Falcon – 19 Ag-Partners/Border Plains 57, Agland/Tire-Rama 42 High Scorers:...



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2014 Holiday Gift Guide

The 2014 Holiday Gift Guide is included in the full PDF version of this week's paper.... Full story


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