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  • Winging It

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    As I'd predicted, I have not resorted to making daily notes of my accomplishments this past week. I do know myself a little. So, as usual, I'm winging it with this column. It is Sunday afternoon, after all. I have managed to repot a few plants since I last wrote. The flamingo plant (anthurium andraeanum), which is very similar to the peace lily, but with red rather than white spathes, as the "flowers" are known. The spathes are red, waxy, and heart-shaped, with yellow upright spadices. They...

  • A Slammin' Start to the Season

    Pierre Bibbs PCN, For the Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The reigning State C Champion North Country Lady Mavericks basketball team won both games in their opening weekend in Miles City. The team defeated the Garfield County (Jordan) Lady Mustangs 60-17 on Friday, Dec. 1, and the Melstone Lady Broncs 46-27 on Saturday, Dec. 2. This Thursday, Dec. 7, the Lady Mavericks will head to the Lewistown Showcase to face Winifred-Roy. Mavericks Head Coach Amber Erickson was asked about Winifred-Roy. “They are a state contending team with some feisty guards and a big post, we play them alot in the summers so w...

  • Lustre Christian Girls Win Two at Showcase

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Lustre Christian girls basketball team won both their games at the season opening Class C Showcase in Glasgow. The Lions downed the MonDak Thunder 55-33 Friday and posted a 57-33 win over the Terry Terriers Saturday. Lustre v. MonDak 55-33 1st Quarter LC 14 MD 8 2nd Quarter LC 30 MD 20 3rd Quarter LC 44 MD 23 4th Quarter LC 55 MD 33 Scoring: Grace Brown, 13; Aubri Holzrichter and Kencia Brown, 10; Lauren Fast, 9; Lauren Holzrichter, 7; Alexa Reddig, 4; Hannah Brown, 2. Lustre v. Terry 57-33...

  • Lustre Christian Boys 2-0 At Class C Showcase

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Lions defeated the MonDak Thunder and the Terry Terriers at the Class C Showcase in Glasgow to start their season 2-0. Lustre beat MonDak 78-18 Friday and cruised to a 68-25 victory over Terry Saturday. Lustre v. MonDak 78-18 1st Quarter LC 27 MD 7 2nd Quarter LC 50 MD 9 3rd Quarter LC 67 MD 12 4th Quarter LC 78 MD 18 Team Stats: 33 rebounds, 17 assists, 24 steals, 48% field goals Scoring: Johnslee Pierre, 20; Diek Olfert, 11; Cayden Klatt, 10; Terran Joseph, 9; Ife Aniobi, 8; Prestyn Klatt...

  • Nashua Boys Split Opening Weekend

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    Nashua's boys basketball team opened the season 1-1 at the Class C Showcase in Glasgow. The Porcupines lost 61-50 to Turner Friday but rebounded to defeat Plevna 57-34 Saturday. Nashua v. Turner 61-50 1st Quarter T 14 N 15 2nd Quarter T 32 N 31 3rd Quarter T 46 N 40 4th Quarter T 61 N 50 Scoring: Grady Nielsen, 21; Damon Adkins, 12; Noah Leckie, 9; Caden Laumeyer and Bubba Pugh, 4. Rebounds: Nelsen, 10; Adkins, 8; Jackson Abern, 7; Laumeyer, 5. Assists: Abern and Nielsen, 3; Laumeyer, 2. Nashua...

  • Hi-Line Hunt Upland Birds Edition

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    In a continuation of my first-time hunt experiences along the Hi-Line, this year I chose to challenge myself significantly with upland birds. This was not, however, my first choice. A fundamental misunderstanding on my part on how landowner preference works with antelope tags (and deadlines for applying) meant that I could not pursue a pronghorn this year. So, with my first choice off the table, I approached my mentor Andrew McKean about upland birds. Birds were a good option this year since my... Full story

  • Scottie Girls Basketball Loses to Glendive

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Scottie girls basketball team lost 47-40 in their season opener on the road against the Class A Glendive Red Devils. Glasgow trailed 12-3 after one quarter but closed the gap to 16-12 by the half. Glendive outscored Glasgow 18-15 in the third while both teams put up 13 in the final quarter. Mayzie Yoakam led the Scotties with 17 points, including three 3-pointers. Hayden Green scored 12 while Joely Chappell connected for 4 and Kyndal Schraner added 3 points. Macy Martin and Paityn Britzman scored 2 points each. Glasgow’s JV team won t...

  • Scottie Boys Basketball Falls 54-48 in Glendive

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    Glasgow’s boys basketball team fell in their season opener, dropping a 54-48 contest to the Class A Red Devils in Glendive Dec. 1. The Scotties fell behind 19-9 at the end of one and trailed 38-23 at the half. Glasgow battled back in the second half, outscoring Glendive 15-8 in the third and 10-8 in the fourth quarter. Cade Hudyma put up a double-double for Glasgow with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Wyatt Babb added 8 points, seven assists and two steals. Myles Yoakam put up 8 points with one block while Connor Hudyma scored 7 points and pulled d...

  • Scottie Wrestlers Start Season in Sidney

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Scottie boys wrestling team started the season with a 13th place showing out of 24 schools at the Sidney Eagle Invitational, held Dec. 1 and 2. Glasgow scored 48.5 points and also finished second out of 10 Class B/C schools. No scores were kept for the girls competition but all five Scotties placed in Sidney. Varsity Individual Place Winners Khye Gamas Champion 152 lbs. Michael King 5th Place 170 lbs. Avery Perdersen 7th Place 126 lbs. Shalynn Pedersen Champion 132 lbs. Riley Clampitt 3rd Place 145 lbs. Blake Ozark 7th Place 145 lbs....

  • Ice Dawgs 2-2 in Sidney Tournament

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Glasgow Ice Dawgs split their four games at the Sidney Tournament this past week. Glasgow beat Minot 4-3, loss 7-1 to Langdon, downed Watford City 8-2, and lost 2-5 to Sidney. Goalie Jacob Potter faced 35 shots against Minot. Goals came from Charlie Cornwell, assist Bode Barnett; Brody Hansen; Aiden Price, assist Barnett, and Barnett. Glasgow held their own against the Jr Gold State Champions, Langdon. Potter saw 32 attempts on his net while Barnett scored the Dawgs’ lone goal with help from Hansen. The Dawgs dominated all three periods a...

  • Frazer Girls Start Season 2-0

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    Frazer’s girls basketball team posted two wins at the Lockwood Tournament in Billings to start their season. The Bearcubs defeated Reed Point-Rapelje 44-23 Friday and downed Bridger 64-47 Saturday. Frazer v. Reed Point-Rapelje 44-23 1st Quarter F 16 RPR 2 2nd Quarter F 27 RPR 12 3rd Quarter F 42 RPR 20 4th Quarter F 44 RPR 22 Scoring: Maci Fourstar-Sibley, 24; Shakira Beston, 17; Angel Nelligan, 11; Isabelle Even, 6; Angeline White, 4; Baily Beston, 2. Frazer v. Bridger 64-47 1st Quarter F 11 B 5 2nd Quarter F 33 B 10 3rd Quarter F 53 B 27 4...

  • Frazer Boys 0-2 at Lockwood Tourney

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Frazer boys basketball team lost both their games at the season opening Lockwood Tournament in Billings. The Bearcubs fell 56-34 to Reed Point-Rapelje Friday and dropped a 67-26 contest to Bridger Saturday. Frazer v. Reed Point-Rapelje 56-34 1st Quarter RPR 11 F 15 2nd Quarter RPR 24 F 21 3rd Quarter RPR 40 F 31 4th Quarter RPR 56 F 34 Scoring: Ty Fourstar, 12; Joseph Beston, 9; Christopher Fox, 6; Gabe Beston, 4; Travis Long 3. Frazer v. Bridger 67-27 1st Quarter B 24 F 11 2nd Quarter B 41 F 11 3rd Quarter B 52 F 22 4th Quarter B 67 F 27...

  • North Country Boys Start 0-2

    Pierre Bibbs PCN, For the Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The North Country Mavericks basketball team lost their two first games of the season as they fell to the Jordan Mustangs on Friday, December 1, and the Melstone Broncs on Saturday, Dec. 2. Despite being low in numbers, with eight athletes, North Country was able to compete with Melstone, but fell 51-46. They lost to Jordan 54-35. This Thursday, Dec. 7, the Mavericks will head to the Lewistown Showcase to face the Winifred-Roy Outlaws and then the Twin Bridges Falcons on Friday, December 8. In the Mavericks’ loss to Melstone, Blaine Downing h...

  • GMS Girls Basketball

    For the Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    Poplar Jamboree Dec. 2 Glasgow’s 7th Grade Team beat Scobey’s 7th Grade Team, 31-10 Maddy Tatafu = 12 points Glasgow’s 7th Grade Team lost to Poplar’s 7th Grade Team, 14-31 Maddy Tatafu & Breelyn Marselek = 5 points each 8th grade scores Glasgow 35 Scobey 24 High Scorers.: Kelbi Wersal 18 Amiya Ryan 11 Glasgow 27 Malta 40 High Scorers: Bailey Billingsley 9 Amiya Ryan 8 Northeast Middle School Girls Basketball Tournament Saturday, Dec. 9, in Malta...

  • Glasgow Middle School Wrestling - Dec 2

    For the Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    Girls Division 69-72 - Riley Pattison's place is 2nd and has scored 0.0 team points. Round 1 - Lyla Warren (Malta) won by decision over Riley Pattison (Glasgow) (Dec 5-0) Round 2 - Lyla Warren (Malta) won by decision over Riley Pattison (Glasgow) (Dec 2-0) Girls Division 101-108 - Kylie Aho's place is 3rd and has scored 0.0 team points. Round 1 - Kallie LaBrie (Malta) won by fall over Kylie Aho (Glasgow) (Fall 3:00) Round 3 - Addison Hughes (Glasgow) won by fall over Kylie Aho (Glasgow) (Fall 2:42) Girls Division 101-108 - Addison Hughes's...

  • Nashua Girls 0-2 in Class C Showcase

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    The Nashua girls basketball team dropped their first two games of the season. The Porcupines lost to Turner 58-10 Friday and 51-21 to Plevna Saturday during the Class C Showcase in Glasgow Nashua v. Turner 58-10 1st Quarter T 18 N 5 2nd Quarter T 24 N 5 3rd Quarter T 39 N 5 4th Quarter T 58 N 10 Scoring: Gracyn Sibley, 8; Dyllan Bergstrom, 2. Nashua v. Plevna 51-21 1st Quarter P 12 N 6 2nd Quarter P 26 N 12 3rd Quarter P 42 N 15 4th Quarter P 51 N 21 Scoring: Sibley, 13; Bergstrom, 6; Ashley...

  • Law Enforcement

    Dec 6, 2023

    For the week of Nov. 9 through 18, there were nine motor vehicle stops, seven reports of loose livestock, two reports of lost dogs and one report of a barking dog. For the week of Nov. 20 through 26, there were three motor vehicle stops, six reports of loose livestock, three reports of a vehicle hitting a deer, one report of a dead deer on the road, two reports of a missing dog and one report of loose dogs. Friday, Nov. 17 1749 – A female called in for her son. He hit a small deer. He doesn’t know if the deer is dead but it pushed his fen...

  • DPHHS, OPI To Offer Summer EBT In 2024

    Montana DPHHS, For the Courier|Dec 6, 2023

    Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Director Charlie Brereton and Office of Public Instruction (OPI) Superintendent Elsie Arntzen has announced plans to offer the new federal Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer (Summer EBT) program to Montana families beginning in June 2024. “DPHHS is committed to partnering with OPI to ensure children have access to nutritious meals during the summer months,” Brereton said. States have until Jan. 1, 2024, to notify U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) of their desir...

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