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Search Called Off For Missing Plane In Idaho

Officials have called off the search for the plane that went missing Dec. 1 in Valley County, Idaho, but families of those on board are continuing with the effort despite fears that Sheree Chalmers... Full story


Nashua Eyes 4-Day School Week

Hinsdale, Saco, and Opheim school superintendents were guest speakers at a presentation Tuesday evening, Dec. 17, at the Nashua school concerning the idea of Nashua switching from a five-day to four-day school week. And they all – Hinsdale's Julie...


Class C Tourney Gets An 'A' For Effort

While bringing sports tournaments to town might be a nuisance to those who end up waiting in line at a restaurant, the positive effects far outweigh standing in line. Glasgow brought the first Class C Showcase to town on Friday, Dec. 6, and...


New Deputy Arrives In Valley County

A new addition has been welcomed at the Valley County Sheriff's Office in Glasgow. Deputy Christopher Richter began work for the county on Monday, Dec. 16. County commissioners approved his employment at their meeting that took place on Tuesday,...


Judge Lynn Gilbert

City Court Clerk Lynn Gilbert was sworn in by Mayor Dan Carney at the Glasgow City Council meeting on Monday, Dec. 16, to serve as City Court judge in place of Dave Riggin, who retired. Gilbert will... Full story


Ready For Take-Off?

Just what might these deer be waiting for? A sleigh ride with a man in red? It's just about that time, you know. These four were making the rounds in St. Marie the other day – and then, poof, they... Full story


Post Offices Open On Both Eves--Christmas, New Year's

If you’re looking to get that last package to the mail on Christmas Eve, or you’re returning those packages of gifts you weren’t so fond of on New Year’s Eve, you can take a sigh of relief. The post offices will be open on both those days.... Full story


The Courier Printing Early For Holidays

The Courier's publication dates and office hours will change the last two weeks of the year due to the Christmas and New Year's Day holidays falling on Wednesdays, when The Courier usually comes out. Please make note of the changes below because you... Full story


Family Provides Information On Sheree Smith's Plane Crash

Barry Chalmers, father of Sheree Chalmers Smith of Glasgow, provided the following to The Courier on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Sheree and her husband, Daniel Smith, are among five people missing since the pla... Full story


NE Montana Veterans Memorial Park

Three years ago some folks came up with the plans for a very ambitious project, calling it the Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial Park. The town of Fort Peck, in a unanimous resolution, gave the project a permanent easement to build the monument at... Full story


The Fuller Brush Man

A reader recently sent a letter remembering when the Fuller Brush man made calls on the rural homes, as well as towns. Valley County had one from Wolf Point in the 1950s. The Fuller Brush man not only sold brushes but cosmetics, household cleaners,...


Why Do I Do These Things?

Last Saturday, I joined my daughters and daughters-in-law for our annual baking day. The next day, when I told a friend of all that we made and about going to the Christmas party in Nashua sponsored by the Lucky Clover 4-H Club, I was asked why I do...


Helping A Dog In The Cold

Dear Editor: Over the last month I have been trying to make a dog's life better. It is a dog I watch day after day. He is outside in a kennel that has no shelter for him to get warm. Several times I have seen that he has no food or water. He lays in...


Helping Carriers In The Cold

Dear Editor: Winter is back in full swing, with significant snow and ice for all of us to battle. That means slippery surfaces, which can be dangerous and costly for homeowners, as well as for their visitors – including their letter carrier. By...


June C. Castleberry Coleman

June C. (Brown) Castleberry Coleman, 88, died of natural causes on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. She was born on June 22, 1925, in Hinsdale, the...


Mabel Virginia Palm

Mabel Virginia (Aune) Palm was born March 30, 1930, in Glasgow to Andrew and Signe (Johnson) Aune and died at the age of 83 on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, from cancer, at home like she wanted. She grew...


Helen Luella Clara Hagen

Helen Luella Clara (Sonsteng) Hagen, 91, died Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, surrounded by family and the caring staff on the second floor at Rosewood on Broadway in Fargo and under the care of Hospice of...


Mile High Experience

Glasgow fourth grader Rance Rhoads comes across as shy when you first meet him. The shyness quickly fades away when you ask him about his recent trip to Denver as Rhoads finished third in the 8-9... Full story


Glasgow Boys Dissect Baker With Team Effort

In a few short minutes, all the pain and agony felt this past football season was erased on the basketball court as the Glasgow boys exacted revenge against Baker on their way to a 63-35 victory. The...


Wrestlers Perform Well At Glasgow Invite

Wrestling took center stage again last Friday as the Scotties hosted The Glasgow Invite. Sophomore Cody King and Senior Kevin Frigon took second place in their respective weight classes. King, 13-3 at...


Speech and Drama Takes Third In Billings

The Glasgow High School Speech & Drama Team traveled to Billings Saturday to compete at the Billings Central Invitational Meet. Twenty-six schools competed at this meet, including two AA – Billings West and Bozeman. There were over 270 kids partici...



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