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 By A.J. Etherington    News    October 16, 2019 

Strommen Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of a Child

This story is an update to a breaking news bulletin published at GlasgowCourier.com. Ex-Valley County undersheriff Luke Strommen pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual abuse of a child on Oct. 8....

 

Irle School Set to Begin PAX Good Behavior Game

Glasgow’s Irle School will soon join a growing list of schools across the state who have implemented the PAX Good Behavior Game program into its curriculum. In May of this year, Governor Bullock announced the state had received a $2.1 million...

 

Valley County Natives Make Vegas Headlines

He gave her the shirt off his back. And she returned it. Glasgow native Barbie Dahl caught a t-shirt Aerosmith lead man Steven Tyler tossed into the crowd at an Oct. 1 concert in Las Vegas. Tyler was...

 

Scottie Boys and Girls Harriers Take First in Plentywood

Both the Glasgow Scottie Cross Country Boys and Girls teams claimed first at the Plentywood Invitational on Oct. 12. Cold and wet weather forced the hosts to move the course from its traditional route on the golf course to the surface streets of...

 

Local Artist Gives Back to Museum That Has Helped Her Along the Way

The WaterWorks Art Museum in Miles City held its annual art auction on Sept. 28. Cathryn Reitler (McIntyre) of Glasgow was one of 58 artists who contributed work to the fundraiser to help the...

 

Rhythm & Ramble Swings into Saco

Students from Hinsdale and Saco gathered in the Saco School multi-purpose room Oct. 1 for a unique musical presentation and lesson given by Rhythm & Ramble, a swing quartet out of Bozeman, Mont....

 

Scotties Fall in Colstrip

The Glasgow Scotties traveled down the long road to Colstrip Oct. 4 hoping to continue their march toward an undefeated season. The Colstrip Colts had other aims, looking to notch their second win of... Full story

 

A Part of Glasgow's Story

In today's technological world, the Glasgow Courier is put together weekly utilizing computers and a variety of computer programs, including a file-sharing software to electronically send the pages...

 

Scotties Tame Wildcats, 68 to 6

The Glasgow Scotties continued their march through the conference with a decisive victory over the Wildcats in Harlem this past weekend. The Scotties dominated the Wildcats with a 68-6 victory. While...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch Oct. 2019

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Update: Strommen Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse of a Child

This story is an update to an earlier story. This edition adds information from the plea deal — including the exact crime Strommen pleaded guilty to — and clarifies that the second count that was... Full story

 

Scott Sales on Campaign for S.O.S.

Businessman and state legislator Scott Sales sat down with the Glasgow Courier to discuss his background, political experience and his current bid for Montana’s Secretary of State seat. Sales discussed everything from the land board and land...

 

Scotties Trap Wolves in Shutout

In what was undoubtedly an unexpected outcome to the Glasgow Scottie's homecoming game against the Cut Bank Wolves, Scottie football held the Wolves to zero points in a stunning shutout performance. I...

 

Glasgow Boys and Girls XC Claim Second in Poplar

The Glasgow Scottie Cross Country teams traveled to Poplar on Sept. 21 to compete at the Poplar Invitational Meet. The Scotties claimed both of the second place team slots with top performances out of Iris McKean, claiming third for the girls, and...

 

AG Fox Talks Policies in Campaign for Gov.

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox sat down with the Courier last week to discuss his campaign for the Republican nomination for the Governorship next November. Currently, Fox is taking on U.S. Representative Greg Gianforte and Dr. Al Olszewski in his...

 

Nemont Manor Struggles to Finance $4.6 Million Reno

Nemont Manor’s new ownership, Affiliated Developers Inc., has told the Courier that they are struggling to acquire the necessary Housing and Urban Development (HUD) loans and grants required to complete their planned $4.6 million renovation of the...

 

Deja Vu?

I was tempted to use last week’s report again this week. The rain is a bit of deja vu, although we were able to get some of the wheat crop in and binned. I’ve spent a few hours this last week out in the tractor hauling the grain cart between the...

 

A Library Card Is More Than Just For Books

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, and the Glasgow City-County Library is joining with the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide to encourage people of all ages to obtain a free library card. This year, Disney Pixar’s To...

 

Meet Cancellation Leads to Wet Race in Glasgow

After Malta cancelled their regular invitationals the day before the scheduled meet for Sept. 7, Glasgow High School decided to host an emergency meet at Sullivan Park for that same morning inviting...

 

Irle School Playground Update Nears Completion

Students arriving at, and returning to, Irle School this year found themselves – once again – playing at Bundy Park for recess. The reason? The school's playground upgrade and expansion has...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch Sept. 2019

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Correction

In our “Dr. Al Olszewski Campaigns in Glasgow” story that was published on Aug. 14 issue, we incorrectly credited the Missoula Current for indicating Olszewski has received endorsements and donations from the right wing of the state Republican...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

For September and October, the Valley County Pioneer Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through the end of September. Powerhouse tours are available at... Full story

 

New Supe for You

A young couple, both teachers and recently graduated from college, left Montana headed for New Mexico, believing that was where they wanted to be. However, after one year of teaching fifth grade in...

 

Dr. Al Olszewski Campaigns in Glasgow

In a Republican three-way, primary race for the governor's seat, Al Olszewski is seeking a way to distinguish himself. "I'm the only veteran in the race," he told the Courier in a sit-down interview....

 

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