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McKean Ousted From FWP Commission Warns Against Politicization of Wildlife Management

The Montana Senate voted on party lines to reject the appointment of Andrew McKean of Valley County to the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission on Feb. 19. The vote to reject McKean passed 31 to 18...

 

Gianforte Lifts Statewide Mask Mandate

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte issued an executive order on Feb. 12 allowing the statewide mask mandate to expire following his signing of a law protecting businesses from COVID-related liabilities. The news was not a surprise. Gianforte had said... Full story

 

Glasgow Wrestling Puts on a Weekend Show

Coach Jory Casterline was pleased with his team's performance after the Scotties faced off against the Miles City Cowboys in a dual to cap off their penultimate week of the season. The Scotties had...

 

Scottie Girls Roll Over Poplar and Harlem

Tyann Graham told the Courier the Scottie girls would need to play well to secure wins over Poplar and Harlem. The Glasgow girls basketball team did not fail to deliver this past weekend. At home on...

 

Scottie Boys Tight Games

The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team faced off against the Poplar Indians and the Harlem Wildcats for the second time this season. Glasgow again won their game against Poplar, 59-56 this time,...

 

Montana's Delegation in Washington Not Giving Up on Keystone XL

US Representative for Montana, Matt Rosendale, and Montana US Senator Steve Daines have introduced legislation to attempt to reverse President Joe Biden’s revocation of a key permit issued to TC Energy for the Keystone XL pipeline to cross into the...

 

COVID-safe Hi-Line Sportsmen banquet scheduled for Feb. 27

FOR THE COURIER   The Hi-Line Sportsmen will hold their 5th annual banquet on Saturday evening, Feb. 27, at Glasgow’s St. Raphael’s Parish Center gymnasium. Limited numbers of tickets go on sale today, Feb. 5.  Because COVID restrictions... Full story

 

Additional Musical Offerings Added to Valentine's Day Fundraiser for Chayten Pippin and Family

FOR THE COURIER In addition to Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers performing AR Gurney’s comedy, LOVE LETTERS, the two fundraiser performances will also feature a musical offering from Alicia Bullock-Muth, Luree Green-Chappell and Jay Michael Roberts.... Full story

 

Discussing Race, Racism and Law Enforcement at DOJ Hate Crimes Forum

Over two dozen people attended a Jan. 28 forum hosted by the US Dept. of Justice to discuss racial bias, hate crimes and law enforcement with members of the community. The were two panels—one made up of representatives from the Fort Peck Tribes,...

 

Scotties Host Two Events This Weekend

The Glasgow Wrestling squad traveled to Glendive on Friday to hit the mats against the host team and the Sidney/Fairview JV squad before hosting a mixer on Saturday in the Dawg Pound. The Scotties...

 

Conservation District Seeks Answers in Tractor Vandalism and Disc Theft

The Valley County Conservation District and county sheriff Tom Boyer are asking for help from the public in seeking answers to a curious case of unauthorized use and vandalism of the district's...

 

Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers to perform Love Letters

As a Valentine's Day fundraiser for Chayten Pippin and Family FOR THE COURIER Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers will perform AR Gurney's comedy, LOVE LETTERS, a unique and imaginative theatre piece which... Full story

 

US DOJ Hate Crimes Forum Planned

The US Department of Justice will host a digital “hate crime forum” for residents of Valley County and surrounding areas on Jan. 28. The platform will present perspectives from Montana residents on their own experiences with hate crimes as well a...

 

Sheriff: Case in Frazer Highlights Need to Cross Deputize

Law Enforcement in Frazer has been a perennial enigma for the Valley County Sheriff. Due to its Tribal citizenry, Frazer has been a sort of no-go zone for county sheriff's deputies in the past, and a...

 

Scottie Girls Win Two

The Glasgow Scottie girls basketball team reviewed their earlier losses, worked on their weak areas during practice and applied those lessons to their games this past weekend. The results were...

 

Hockey Is For Every Body

Each sport has its own unique sounds. The crack of a baseball bat connecting with a ball. The squeak of high tops on the basketball court. The thump of football pads colliding at the snap. A hockey...

 

When Shoes Lasted Forever

Thank you to my friend for seeing that I had an article for this issue of the Courier. Do you remember back in the day when a pair of shoes lasted forever. Shoes were passed down from one kid to the...

 

Millard to Resign as Health Officer in January

Dr. Anne Millard has formally announced her resignation from the position as Valley County Health Officer effective Jan. 1, 2021. She will remain a primary care provider at Frances Mahon Deaconess. Mi...

 

FMDH Faculty Awarded Dr. Newman Rural Health Awards

Every year health providers around the state are nominated for the Dr. Frank Newman Rural Health Award and this year, amidst a global pandemic that has asked a lot of healthcare providers, was no different. In honor of National Rural Health Day,...

 

Scottie Speech and Drama Kick Off Virtual Season

The Glasgow Speech and Drama season is off to quite a different start this season, but by all accounts it is a successful one thus far. Due to coronavirus health and safety precautions, the entire season is being held virtually. The change has been...

 

In Response

Dear Editor, After reading Ms. Sarah Hitchcock's letter to the editor in the Dec. 2, 2020, Courier, I must say I will agree to disagree. I understand Ms. Hitchcock's stance on the paramount...

 

In Response

Dear Editor, I felt compelled to write after reading the letter authored by Gordon Bell, M.D., published in the Glasgow Courier on November, 25, 2020. As a common citizen of the United States, I do...

 

Ice Dawgs Look Forward To Season

Red and white. Black and blue. Those are the colors one might normally associate with a Glasgow Ice Dawgs hockey game. In this case, rather than bruises (though there were probably a fair amount of...

 

Nieskens Signs Intent With Carroll College

Gwendolyne Honrud the courier Dylan Nieskens announced on Nov. 24 that he would be continuing his academic and football career at Carroll College in Helena, Mont., following his graduation from...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch December 2020

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