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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...


Northeast Montana Fair

Crazy motocross stunts, wild horses, fair food and a demolition derby are many of the main attractions sure to thrill attendees of the 2021 Northeast Montana Fair starting Saturday. The fair was...


Milk River Days Rodeo Thrills in Hinsdale

The Hinsdale Rodeo served up a dose of traditional Americana for the annual Milk River Days event Saturday Night. American flags and country music set the stage for a western tradition. Anna Brown...


No Plywood Required

Astronomical lumber prices led one Hinsdale man to an ingenious work around, using used pallets in place of plywood. And, while unintentional, re-purposing the resource is also environmentally...

 By Chris McDaniel    News    June 23, 2021

Multi-Million Dollar Raw Water Main Project Still on the Table

The Glasgow City Council continues to explore options to replace the nearly eight-mile-long raw water transmission main supplying the precious resource to municipal customers. As the water main...


Cari Knolls on Her Way to Special Olympics, USA

It was Cari Knolls lucky day last week as she learned she had been drawn to compete in the 2022 Special Olympics, USA. She had no idea she had been chosen when waiting with a crowd of well-wishers...


Letter to the Editor

The Local Soroptimist International of Glasgow was organized to support and improve the lives of women and girls. The local Thrift Store is the main source of income to achieve this goal. WE donate... Full story

 By Gwen Cornwell    Sports    June 9, 2021

Wise Guys Finish First

Sometimes, Wise guys finish first. That was the case at the 2021 Catfish Classic when Bobby and Robert Wise took the top slot. The Billings-based father-son duo reeled in a whopping 39.29 pounds of...


Brian Stotts

Memorial services for Brian S. Stotts, 58 of Glasgow, MT are at 11 a.m., Friday, June 18 at the Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Sidney with Pastor Tim Tharp officiating. Inurnment will be in... Full story


Migrating Rattlesnakes

Dear Editor, I read with interest the 'Courier Memories' published in the May 12 edition of the paper. It was mentioned that in 1946, the War Department "solicited the help of South Dakota's St....


Marlys C. Mercer

Marlys C. Mercer, 96, passed October 29, 2020. She was born June 21, 1924 in Hinsdale, MT to Robert J. and Alice (Jones) McElvain. She was the oldest of 4 children. Upon graduating from Hinsdale High... Full story

 By Chris McDaniel    News    May 12, 2021

City Mulling Spending Millions on Raw Water Main

As the raw water transmission main connecting the Missouri River with the city of Glasgow’s water treatment plant continues to erode, the city may face costly spot repairs to keep the system running, engineers say. The current 20” main ...


Dean Leonard Moen

August 31, 1954 – March 13, 2021 Our beloved brother Dean, age 66, passed from this earth at Lakeview Lodge in Redwood City, California under the care of VITAS Hospice. Dean lived in Glasgow,... Full story


Brett Allen Whitaker

Lifelong Saco, Mont. Resident, Brett Allen Whitaker, passed away peacefully in his sleep with his wife by his side Wednesday morning, March 10, 2021 from pancreatic cancer.  Brett was born on May 6,... Full story


MT SD 17 Update

February 8th was the 26th day of the 67th Montana legislature. Montana law says that we can meet for 90 days and must approve a balanced budget. Thank all of you who have reached out with phone calls... Full story


Merle Weeres

Merle Anthony "Tony" Weeres passed away at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont., on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, following a bout with pneumonia. Tony was born in Havre, Montana, on December... Full story


Betty Lou Fuhrmann

Betty Lou Fuhrmann, 82, of Glasgow, Montana passed away Sunday, January 24, 2021. Betty was born February, 25, 1938 in Wheeler, Montana to Albert and Freda (Kuszmal) Sailer. She graduated from... Full story


Ramblin' Man Ron Garwood Hosts Book Signing

Ron Garwood's stories flow like a river from him, bending into an unexpected oxbow as the story twists and turns, drifting off into tributaries as asides from the main flow, and erupting into rapids a...


Time To Light The FMDH Foundation's "Tree of Life"

The FMDH Foundation’s “Tree of Life” has become an annual holiday tradition in our community. The Tree was lit on Nov. 28, and will remain on until New Years. During this time we invite you to support the FMDH Foundation while remembering...


Yesterday's Memories

Yesterday’s Memories COMPILED BY GWENDOLYNE HONRUD 10 Years Ago Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010 Nick Kolstad loves the outdoors, and fills his drawings and paintings with wildlife images. The 18-year-old’s work was featured at ArtSpot last June. But beca...


Electronic Recycling Now Available In VC

Many people browse the Black Friday sales and decide the holidays are a good time to upgrade their televisions, computers, laptops, cell phones, etc. These new purchases replace older versions, which are then either thrown away or placed out of...


Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, The Congressional Desert Land Act of 1877 severed the non-navigable surface water and the ground water from the western federal lands and gave them to the states. This resulted in a split estate of the western public lands. The Act of...


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