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Articles from the December 25, 2013 edition

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The Gift of Giving

Glasgow and Valley County are full of giving people. The community gives in times of need. The children’s Christmas store has been an annual tradition for nearly two decades. It may have switched through hands of different organizations, but it... Full story


Youth Provide Nativity Scene

You may have seen the lights on the east side of town near the East Side School. A Nativity scene sits on display for the second year. The scene is a traditional one that was put together by...


Frazer Voters OK $1.5M To Improve Schools

A Dec. 18 bond vote count after a mail election brought a narrow win for facility improvements at Frazer High School and a larger win for Frazer Elementary School. Both bonds passing will raise nearly $1.5 million to repair, restore and replace certa...


The Elves Of Irle

Irle Elementary first-graders, directed by music teacher Christine Gilchrist, presented a musical called "The Reindeer Whisperer" during the school's annual Christmas program Dec. 19 at the... Full story


Dear Santa

Santa Claus was kind enough to share the following letters from Irle students in kindergarten through the third grade for publication in The Courier. Santa again tells us he's going to be quite busy... Full story


Merry Christmas To You

Every year I hear "Merry Christmas" less and less when I really want to hear it more and more. By the time this week's paper comes out I will have aged another year, having joined the septuagenarian g... Full story


The Glasgow Christmas Tree

Do you remember when Glasgow had a community Christmas tree during the holiday season? These lovely trees were set up on 2nd Avenue South at the 5th Street intersection for some years. These were large trees, however not so large that traffic could...


Snow For Christmas Is Music To My Ears

Snow. Big flakes, little flakes, wet flakes, dry flakes – lots of flakes. Winters in northeast Montana can bring a little snow or a lot of snow or an outrageous, unbelievable amount of snow. Sometimes records of snowfall amount are broken – much...


Freedom Is Not Free

Dear Editor: In the midst of holiday celebrations, we want to update everyone on the Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial. We also want to thank everyone for the generous contributions toward fulfilling the vision and beginning construction at Fort... Full story

 By Bob Brown    Opinion    December 25, 2013

Sizing Up Montana's Senate Race

In politics, timing is everything and that certainly appears to be the case with Lt. Gov. John Walsh and Congressman Steve Daines. A year from no one of them will likely be a U.S. senator, something unimaginable a year ago. Then no one imagined Sen....


The Dream That Becomes A Reality

I have always been fascinated with sports. It started at an early age. According to my mother, I was picking up bats and balls by the age of 3 and trying to play with kids who were years older than myself. At the age of 6, my dad took me to my first... Full story


Scotties Battle Back

The Scottie boys basketball team appears to be firing on all cylinders, but the torrid pace that they've been on may come to a screeching halt. Not by an opponent waiting on their schedule, but lack... Full story


Hinsdale Boys Win Two Over Weekend

On Friday, the Hinsdale Raiders traveled to Nashua to play the Porcupines. It was the first conference games for the Raiders boys and girls. The boys had to work hard for their "W". They found the...


U19 Wins Against Watford City

The U19 Ice Dawgs are on a roll. Glasgow secured its third consecutive win Sunday as they beat Watford City 1-0 at the Valley Event Center. The Ice Dawgs were once again led by the offensive tandem of Carley Wesley and MaKenzie Wesen. Wesen found...


Ice Dawgs Draw Even In Billings

On Saturday the Glasgow Ice Dawgs High School team traveled to Billings for a pair of games against the Bulls. Due to a scheduling issue on their end, the 10 a.m. game was moved to 9 a.m.. The problem was that they did not let the Ice Dawgs know...


A Work In Progress

The Glasgow girls basketball team ran into their toughest challenge on the season so far as they hosted Sidney on Friday. Sidney came out with a suffocating pressure defense that stymied Glasgow the...



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