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Articles from the December 26, 2018 edition

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Peterson and Buerkle Celebrate Retirement

On Thursday, Dec. 20, friends, family and fellow county employees gathered to help county commissioner Bruce Peterson and Valley County Sheriff Vern Buerkle celebrate their upcoming retirement....

 

Glasgow School Board Meets

The Glasgow School Board met in regular session on Dec. 12. The meeting was held at the GHS library. All trustees were in attendance, along with Rachel Erickson, Brenner Flaten and Mike Zoanni. GHS principal Brett Huntsman was absent. During the...

 

Gingerbread House Making Creates Memories for All

Individuals, friends and families came together on Dec. 18 to decorate gingerbread houses and make memories during the Valley County Extension Office's yearly Gingerbread House Workshop. With bowls...

 

VC Students to Address Child Hunger on Youth Council

Two Valley County students were among 20 students selected throughout the state to serve on the 2018-2019 Governor and First Lady Youth Leadership Council to address childhood hunger. On Nov. 30, Katie Kaiser, senior at Glasgow High School, and...

 

Irle School PTO Provides Holiday Cheer to Students and Staff

Due to fundraising efforts so far this school year, the Irle School PTO was able to give back to students and staff this holiday season. On Dec. 10, the PTO purchased fruit pizzas from the Apple...

 

CSKT Negotiated Water Rights Compact – Good for Montana Agriculture

Dear Editor, The success of Montana’s agriculture industry is dependent upon water and water right certainty. It is easily the single most important resource for people across Montana, which is why...

 

Saving Boxes for Christmas

Remember all the hours spent wrapping Christmas gifts? The rolls of wrapping paper, the “to/from“ tags, the ribbon & bows? And the boxes. You saved boxes all year so you would have the right size for the gift. Many gifts were homemade so you...

 

Looking Back

The other day a gentleman came into the Courier to check out the archives. He had been coming in on and off for months looking for a certain article. He had a partial clip but no date. So, taking what information he did have he started combing throug...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

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... Full story

 

Valley County Airport Commission Meeting

The Valley County Airport Commission will be meeting Monday, Jan. 14, at 6 p.m., at the airport terminal. The commission usually meets the second Tuesday of the month, however due to the holidays, the January meeting was reschedul... Full story

 

Erna May Marks Pidwerbecki

Erna May (Marks) Pidwerbecki, 94, died peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. Funeral services will be held at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, 2055 Woody Drive, Billings, Mont., on Friday,... Full story

 

Jack Albert Boston

Jack Albert Boston, 84, passed away on the morning of Monday, Dec. 17, 2018, of natural causes. A celebration of his life will be planned in early 2019. Born in Glasgow, Mont., on Sept. 11, 1934, to p... Full story

 

Christmas on the Range

Seven kids and 11 adults came to celebrate Christmas at the Tallow Creek School on Dec. 8. Linden Holt's broken arm meant he couldn't play any musical instruments, but Zora Holt played a piano piece...

 

Gloating Bites Back

So my gloating about being in “sunny” Florida is rebounding on me, biting me in the backside, as well it should. It’s been very rainy the past couple of days, with areal flood warnings as well as a tornado watch. While we haven’t been...

 

Scottie Boys, Girls Fall to Red Devils

Glendive 54, Glasgow 32 (girls) Glendive 12 14 11 17 – 54 Glasgow 6 13 4 9 – 32 Glendive: B. Pearcy 7, K. Brown 7, K. Kaufman 6, K. Walker 2, T. Robson 2, J. Litwiller 4, B. Kortum 8, K. Murphy...

 

N-O Rivals Score Win Over Lady Mavs

Nashua-Opheim Rivals 34, N. Country Lady Mavericks 25 (JV) N-O 12 8 7 7 – 34 NC 9 6 3 7 – 25 N-O: M. Fuhrmann 2, D. Fromdahl 8, T. Nelson 1, D. Crazy Bull 2, C. Taylor 13, T. Dees 8. Three-point...

 

Scobey Spartans Get the Best of Lustre Boys, Girls

Scobey 59, Lustre 25 (boys) 12-18-18 Scobey 16 14 15 14 – 59 Lustre 3 8 5 9 - 25 Scobey: Aus. Fishell 5, P. Cromwell 7, M. Farver 9, B. Cromwell 6, J. Tande 3, J. Handy 17, K. Ferestad 3, D. Linder 3, C. Handran 2, D. Meyers 2, Ai. Fishell 2....

 

Additional Charges Filed In Case of Former Valley County Undersheriff Luke Strommen

The Montana Department of Justice have amended charges earlier this week against former Valley County Undersheriff Luke Strommen alleging that he not only committed the crime of felony Sexual Abuse...

 

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