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Agricultural Stress In NE Montana

No one is a stranger to stress and all the ways it affects our lives - even more so in recent years. The pandemic, recession, and continued cultural polarization has deeply impacted everybody- possibly in ways we may not fully grasp for years....

 
 By Michelle Bigelbach    News    May 4, 2022

Keeping It Positive Steve Beck Presents Two Seminars In Glasgow

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, along with sponsorships from local businesses, brought speaker, motivator, instructor, author and consultant Steve Beck to the Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow on April 27 and 28 for two different seminars....

 

Law Enforcement Report

There were 19 motor vehicle stops, eight reports of loose livestock, five reports of a loose/missing/barking dog and two reports requesting a VIN inspection. Monday, April 25 1640 – A reporting party called wanting to know who to contact as he is...

 

Law Enforcement

There were six motor vehicle stops, six reports of loose livestock, one report of a loose dog and one report requesting an inspection. Saturday, April 16 1950 – A reporting party stated their neighbor has a puppy chained up outside all day without...

 

Lawrence 'Lorney' Boucher

Lawrence "Lorney" Boucher passed away in Parker, Ariz., on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, at the age of 83. A memorial Mass will be Saturday, March 19, at 11 a.m. at St. Raphael's Catholic Church in... Full story

 

Ducks Unlimited Banquet

The generosity and largesse of Valley County residents was on display again this past weekend as supporters of Ducks Unlimited landed at the Cottonwood for the annual sponsor banquet. The...

 

Bonnie Lynn Weisbred

Bonnie Lynn (Dorr) Weisbred passed to her heavenly home to get her angel wings on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 in Tucson, Ariz. She was the first born of Ross and Evelyn Hazel Dorr, early homesteaders in the Whatley-Milk River area. Bonnie left... Full story

 

911 Calls

There were 23 motor vehicle stops, two reports of loose livestock and one report of a loose cat. Thursday, Feb. 17 1605 – A female called in requesting a welfare check on a male subject who recently broke his leg and had surgery. She states he is n...

 

OP-ED: Tester Delivers for Milk River

At their meeting on Friday, January 21, members of the St. Mary/Milk River Working Group expressed great appreciation for Senator Jon Tester’s success in securing $100 million in the Bi-partisan Infrastructure Bill, which he helped negotiate, to... Full story

 
 By Courier Staff    News    January 5, 2022

News Briefs for Jan. 5, 2022

Kiwanis Sing Christmas Carols The Glasgow Kiwanis Club was joined by five students from the Glasgow High School Key Club, and 15 from the Glasgow Middle School Builders Club (2 advisors and 13 students) to sing Christmas Carols at Nemont Manor at... Full story

 

911 Calls for Nov. 29 through Dec. 4

There were eight motor vehicle stops, three assist citizen/public assists, three dog/cat control calls, three traffic control calls, three hazards, two alarms, one abandoned vehicle, one parking...

 

Remember When

Our meat processing plants work long and hard hours during the big game season keeping all of their customers happy. Thinking of meat processing brings the Old Austin’s Packing Plant to mind. For those of you that do not remember, this sat on the...

 

Soroptimist Project Smile

Soroptimist of Glasgow's Project Smile committee has transitioned their focus from women's dental needs to helping to provide basic human needs to members of our community by donating to two worthy... Full story

 

Christmas Tree Hunting in Custer National Forest

Over the river (Milk river) and through the woods, (Custer National Forest) to harvest a Christmas tree we will go, well you get the idea. Our family went to the BLM office in Glasgow, and for a mere...

 

After 18 years, St. Mary/Milk River project receives large appropriation

On Nov. 18, 2003, Lt. Governor Karl Ohs convened a meeting in Havre to raise awareness of the urgent need to rehabilitate the aging St. Mary Facilities of the Milk River Project. On Nov. 6, as part...

 

Milk River irrigation System

For many years, my family has had farm land under the Glasgow Irrigation District. That is part of the larger Milk River Irrigation System that brings water all across the Hi-line, over 700 miles... Full story

 

OP-ED: Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Creates Montana Jobs, Lowers Costs

As a farmer, I know firsthand that good things take time. Every year, I plant my fields with crops like wheat, barley, peas, and saffron, and in July, August, and September, I harvest those crops and reap what I’ve sown. Writing laws is much the...

 

OP-ED: Why Would You Say "No?"

I’m running to be the next member of Congress from Montana’s eastern district because I’ve devoted my life to this state’s people, land and wildlife. It pains me to see our lone representative in the U.S. House of Representatives, Matt...

 

Meet the Mayoral Candidates: Rod Karst

• Current age? 60 • How long have you lived in Glasgow? "All my life (outside of college years)." • Why should voters pick you? "I have the experience from being on the council for over a... Full story

 

Constance "Connie" Terry

Constance "Connie" Terry left this world on the evening of Sept. 22, 202,1 at home, surrounded by her family. Her passing was peaceful. Those that knew her were blessed and she will be forever missed.... Full story

 
 By Chris McDaniel    News    August 11, 2021

Playing With Fire, Defying Gravity

The 2021 Northeast Montana Fair flew into the history books with high flying stunts and an utter lack of fear of fire. Highlights included the 4-H Horse Show, RCAN Old MIL Ranch Scramble, PRCA rodeo,...

 
 By Chris McDaniel    News    August 11, 2021

Milk River Motorsports Demolition Derby

The 2021 Milk River Motorsports Demolition Derby was a huge draw to the fairgrounds this year, with the bleachers packed and the announcer several times having to shoo off excited youngsters crowding...

 
 By Chris McDaniel    News    August 4, 2021

Driver's Ed Prepares Teens For Getting Licensed

What is the first thing you do when you enter a vehicle? "Put on my seat belt," replied Abigail Kulczyk, 14, an incoming freshman at Glasgow High School who recently completed a Driver's Ed course...

 

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