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Articles from the December 12, 2018 edition

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  • First-Hand Experience Leads to Benefit for Foster Kids

    Michelle Bigelbach, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    When people hear the name, "Jenn Calkin," immediately you think of her amazing talents behind the camera. She has captured many weddings, taken many first images of babies in the community, provided parents memories of their growing child and have even captured families' love and support of each other during family photo sessions. At her new studio in downtown Glasgow, 233 4th St. S., she is able to provide the opportunity to capture images of children age birth to four that will be cherished...

  • Block of Bucks Breaks Record

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Soroptomist’s annual fundraiser, organized by Denise Forbes Kegel, to purchase winter clothing and outerwear for area children raised a record setting amount of money for the second year in a row. The fundraiser, which gets volunteers to stand on downtown street corners, took place last Friday, Dec. 7, and the temperature was forecast not to rise above 34 degrees. Despite the chilly day, Glasgow and the surrounding area brought in over $37,000, a record breaking total for the event. In 2017,...

  • Vote on Farm Bill Expected

    Gwendolyne Honrud, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The conference committee report on the 2018 Farm Bill has been released and could be headed for final votes in the House and Senate this week. The House could be voting on the bill Wednesday, Dec. 12, with the Senate potentially following with a vote on Thursday. Representative Greg Gianforte released a statement touting his involvement, “This Farm Bill has Montana’s fingerprints on it, and I’m grateful the conference committee listened and took Montana’s interests into account when putting together this Farm Bill.” Gianforte pushed for measu...

  • NRCS Hosts Open House to Hear Ag Concerns

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Glasgow Natural Resources Conservation Services District Conservationist Tracy Cumber and the Valley County Conservation District held a holiday open house at the United States Department of Agriculture Office in Glasgow on Dec. 10, to hear resource concerns from not only the elected members of the conservation district, but from area farmers and ranchers as well. Cumber explained that the open house was designed to hear from the local agriculture community about their resource concerns. Many of the topics discussed revolved around water...

  • Santa Comes To Town

    Dec 12, 2018

  • Boys in Blue Give Back to Snack Pack Program

    Dec 12, 2018

    The Glasgow Police Department participated in No Shave November. Each officer who participated donated $1 per shift to be able to grow a beard as scruffy or as nice as they wanted....

  • City Obtains 6 ID Scanners to Curb Underage Drinking

    Jennifer Fuller, For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    In an effort to reduce underage drinking, several local alcohol retail outlets have partnered with the Valley CARE Coalition to incorporate portable electronic identification scanners for use when verifying a customer’s age for the purchase of alcohol. The substance abuse prevention specialist working with the Glasgow Police Department (GPD) was approached by the owner of a local alcohol retailer who voiced concerns about gaining retail compliance with the age of service regulations. While attending festivals and events in other communities and...

  • Scam Alert

    Dec 12, 2018

    Information has been provided to the Glasgow Courier that a fake email has been used to try and gather information from our clients. If you receive an email asking you to create an encrypted email account, it did not originate from the Courier. Do not follow the link. If you are unsure about correspondence from the Courier please contact us by phone at 228-9301.... Full story

  • A Belated Thank You to Hi-Line Ford

    Gwendolyne Honrud, Community Commentary|Dec 12, 2018

    Back in October, I set out on a long-anticipated road trip. Years had passed since I last ventured out alone on an extended journey out of state. I was excited to travel and to see relatives after many years. Nestled into my new-to-me car, one that wouldn’t leave a slug-like trail of oil everywhere, I settled in my snacks and podcasts. I made it all the way to a mile outside Nashua before my gremlin gene kicked in. The check engine light had come on. Knowing that I know nothing about cars, I returned to Glasgow and found Josh Sillerud of Hi-Lin...

  • Christmas Caroling

    Gwen Cornwell|Dec 12, 2018

    Remember when youth groups and others had Christmas caroling on their agendas? First, I must admit that I do not live in town and there may still be many carolers, however I think this might be a thing of the past. I am pretty sure the means of transportation for the young people is a thing of the past. I have vague memories of Christmas carolers singing from a sled pulled by a team of horses. This of course progressed to a wagon (complete with straw bales for seating) being pulled with a pickup, or “truck” depending on your location. The upd...

  • Need Your Help Montana

    Dec 12, 2018

    Ladies and Gentlemen: I am a student at Cascade Christian Schools and I am writing a report on the state of Montana. We are responsible for gathering as much information as we can about our state. If any of your readers would like to help me by sending any pictures, postcards, used license plates, facts, products, etc. from your state, it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you very much, Yours Truly, Tyler Fifth-grader Cascade Christian School 601 9th Ave S.E. Puyallup, WA 9...

  • Unshelved: How Do You Dewey?

    Megan Haddix|Dec 12, 2018

    The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system was developed by Melvil Dewey in 1873 and published in 1876. Libraries either use the DDC or the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) system to organize materials. The DDC is a system that organizes assigned numbers to subjects. This makes it so that materials can be shelved with other items of similar topics, and found easily in a library. The DDC is the most widely used system in the world, for public and small academic libraries, to organize and classify books by fields. There are 10 main...

  • Be a Responsible Host This Season

    Valley County DUI Task Force, For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The winter holidays are a time to enjoy the company of family, friends and coworkers. Whether you are planning a dinner, informal gathering, or holiday party, your job as host is very important. Your many responsibilities include planning the menu, entertainment, gifts and games. However, some of the most crucial details can be overlooked in all of the frenzy. Perhaps your most important responsibility as a host, specifically for a gathering where alcohol is involved, is to take steps to ensure your guests’ safety both during and after the c...

  • Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

    Dec 12, 2018

    The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be open Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. They will be closed for the month of January and resume the stated days and hours starting Feb. 3. For further information or special arrangements call 406-263-7344. WEDNESDAY – DEC. 12 6 p.m. - Glasgow School Board Meeting at the Glasgow High School. 6:30 p.m. - DC Trip Meeting in room 4 at Glasgow High School. Contact Rod Karst with any questions. THURSDAY- DEC. 13 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. - Veteran Service Officers will be at Malta City Hall. Please bring a c... Full story

  • Annual Candle Lighting at Nashua Cemetery

    Pat Hallett, For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Annual Candle Lighting at the Nashua Cemetery will be at 4:30 p.m., on Sunday, Dec. 16. All are invited to the Nashua Sr. Citizens to have ham/bean soup at 5:30 p.m. Please bring cookies or snacks to share.... Full story

  • VFW Post 3107 Awards/Christmas Dinner

    For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    VFW and Auxiliary Post 3107 will be holding their annual awards/Christmas dinner on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 6 p.m, at the VFW Post in Glasgow. We will be honoring the Voice of Democracy, Patriot’s Pen, Teacher of the Year and coloring contest Post winners. Turkey, dressing, potatoes and gravy will be provided with side dishes being potluck. Post Commander Art Widhalm urges all VFW and Auxiliary members to attend to congratulate our winners and enjoy a great meal.... Full story

  • Gift Cans Being Packed at Opheim

    For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Opheim area church ladies will be packing “Gift Cans” on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 10 a.m., at the Opheim Community Church. Please bring treats, such as cookies, candies, sugarless treats, or something to put in the cans and bring empty coffees cans if you have any. If you know someone who would like a can of goodies, please let Janet Bailey know. If you can’t come help fill the cans you can just leave your treats at the church.... Full story

  • Melvin J. Dyrland Sr.

    Dec 12, 2018

    Melvin J. Dyrland Sr., age 83, of Opheim, Mont., passed away in his home on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service is being planned for next spring. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements.... Full story

  • Gingerbread House Workshop Offered

    Roubie Younkin, For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    Come and decorate your own gingerbread house Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 6 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church. For decorating fun, plan to attend and create your masterpiece from a prebuilt gingerbread house. Creativity will be unlimited as the houses are decorated. Bring your ideas and we will provide the supplies. This is a great activity for families, grandparents and grandchildren, husbands and wives or even groups of youth. Everyone is invited to participate and make memories this Christmas season. There will be a $15 fee for supplies. You must... Full story

  • Fort Peck Senior Citizens Turkey Dinner Potluck

    Judy Jones, For the Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Fort Peck Senior Citizens will have their annual turkey dinner potluck on Tuesday, Dec. 18, at noon at the Fish Hatchery. Turkey, dressing, potatoes and gravy will be provided. Bring complementary potluck items. A 50/50 drawing will be held also. Hope to see all seniors there.... Full story

  • Barber Pole Goes up On Front Street

    A.J. Etherington, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    By Mary Helland's recollection, for the first time in over at least 20 years a barber pole is spinning on Front Street and the first time in a few years an actual barber is again cutting hair and shaving faces in the Bonnie City. Shelbie Irvin, barber and owner of the newly minted Whistle Stop Barber Shop, has taken up residence in the old Stan's Saloon building on Front Street next to the Montana Bar. Helland has undertaken the monumental task of renovating the more than century old Stan's Salo...

  • Snow and Soup

    Mary Honrud, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    Some of you might cluck your tongues at me, but I’ve already opened and used two of my this year’s Christmas presents. The snowblower arrived Thursday night, and was assembled by noon on Friday, and in use before dark. I’d have used it as soon as it was assembled, but had to wait while the batteries charged. I’m really going to enjoy this present. I can tell, though, that I’m going to have to get it going before we drive out of the garage and pack the snow down. It did chunk out more of that packed snow than I thought it would. I just have...

  • Middle School Winter Concert

    Dec 12, 2018

  • Lady Scotties Kick Off Season with Pair of Wins

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Lady Scotties kicked off the 2018-2019 basketball season with a 2-0 winning streak. They hosted Roundup in their first game of the season on Dec. 6, and traveled to Baker to face off against the Lady Spartans on Dec. 7. "The win against Roundup was a nice one for us," said head coach Travis Nielsen. "They are a well-coached, hard-working, disciplined team." He explained that the win against Baker was nice too, although they don't have the same caliber of players overall. Nielsen attributes t...

  • Scotties Fall to Roundup in OT Nailbiter, Lose to Baker on the Road

    Georgie Kulczyk, The Courier|Dec 12, 2018

    The Scottie boys basketball team suffered two losses this past week, with a disappointing loss to the Roundup Panthers in overtime on Dec. 6 and a loss to the Baker Spartans on the road Dec. 7. The Scotties struggled to maintain control of the ball in both contests, with an average of 25 turnovers per game, however there was a marked improvement from the game vs. Roundup to the game vs. Baker. "I'm just hoping that was first-game jitters," head coach Norm Braaten said with a shrug. "We had five...

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