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Glasgow School Board Adds Girls Wrestling

The Glasgow School Board met for their regular meeting on Oct. 13, and on the agenda was the discussion to add girls wrestling to the Glasgow High School activities. Athletic Director Brenner Flaten outlined the proposal, analysis and a survey taken...

 

Scotties Defeat Wolves; Face Fairfield Friday

The Glasgow Scotties were looking for a big win against the Wolf Point Wolves Friday night, Oct. 16, at Scottie field after losing to the Malta Mustangs the prior weekend. Under the lights and a stead...

 

Amtrak Service Cutbacks Impact Valley County

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, travel and tourism have suffered as people across the nation limit their travel and social interaction. Among the big-name businesses hit is Amtrak, which has seen ridership drop 80 percent this year....

 

Butchering And Processing

No, I did not retire completely—just semi. Actually I was not aware of a change to the Courier e-mail. When my items did not get published I just assumed they had enough news with the Covid, politics, sports, etc. that they did not need any...

 

Scotties Crush the Colts

The Glasgow Scotties were hungry for a win against the Colstrip Colts and it showed Friday night at Scottie Field. In a first for every member of the team, the Scotties notched their first win...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch October 2020

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Glasgow Scotties Halt Harlem, 64-8

The Glasgow Scotties were back on home turf Friday night, Sept. 25, after a couple of long road trips. Hometown fans were not disappointed. Glasgow leapt out to an early lead over the visiting Harlem...

 

Dale Dascher Services

Dale Arthur Dascher, of Glasgow, passed away Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. Family will receive friends 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 4, at Bell Mortuary, in Glasgow, Mont. Funeral services will be 11 a.m.,... Full story

 

Show Your Scottie Spirit All Year Around

Scottie 2020 pride buttons are now available for purchase to support the Glasgow Scotties during Homecoming and beyond. Buttons are $10 each or only $5 to renew last year’s button. Money raised during the sales will go towards bringing tournaments...

 

Glasgow Beats Cut Bank 44-7

Glasgow made their third road trip of the season and brought home another win this past Friday, Sept. 18. The Scotties defeated the Cut Bank Wolves 44-7, improving their record to 4-0 overall and 2-0...

 

Scottie Runners Sweep Firsts at Home Meet

With just over 100 total runners—after some COVID-related cancellations—the Scotties hosted a home cross country meet that left them happy and out of breath. The Scotties swept gold with both the Varsity boys’ and girls’ performances on...

 

Bob Smith Gifts Wrestlers Posthumously

"He was the number one fan for our program," explained Glasgow Wrestling Club president Brady Flaten, "from the little kids up to the high school." The respect and reverence in Flaten's voice was... Full story

 

Students and Teachers Return To Classrooms

Valley County students have returned back to the classroom over the past two weeks. Opheim Schools and Lustre Christian started back into the classroom on Aug. 19, Glasgow and Hinsdale started back...

 

Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

Hours for the Pioneer Museum September through October are Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is now open daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors are asked to wear masks and remain six feet from others outside... Full story

 

Scotties Roll Over Mustangs

The Glasgow Scotties traveled over four hours for their first game of the 2020 football season. After the long ride in temperatures well over 90 degrees, one might have expected the team to feel a...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch Sept. 2020

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Treasure Trail Plans To Increase Capability

On Aug. 4, Governor Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Agriculture announced that more than $7.5 million would be distributed to meat processors across the state. The coronavirus relief funds...

 

Saving An Ancient Fish

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Fisheries Biologist Tyler Haddix knows just how complicated Pallid Sturgeon recovery in the Upper-Missouri River Basin can be, he's been working on it for 15 years....

 

Glasgow Schools Work On Moving Forward To Reopen

As Glasgow families start getting ready for the first day of school, Wednesday, Aug. 26, and as students have started practices for their fall sports, parents and students will notice changes as their children enter the classroom and the field for...

 

Glasgow School District Reopening

Dear Editor, I was encouraged to read, in the Aug. 12, 2020, edition of the Glasgow Courier, that Glasgow School District's Superintendent Sundby wanted to assure parents "that while the school will...

 

Chickens on the Ballot-For Real This Time

The Glasgow City Council voted unanimously—with four members present—to approve the ballot language that will appear on November’s ballot asking if residents want to allow a household to own up to six female chickens inside city limits. The...

 

Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble

The sun shone on another successful Colbrese Cup Memorial Red Ball Golf Scramble on Aug. 8. The annual Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture event brought out dedicated golfers eager to tak...

 

Glasgow School Board to Discuss Reopening Plans

“...but you can’t please all of the people all of the time.” That liberally used partial quote from poet John Lydgate has applied to countless situations over the centuries and may be in the backs of the minds of the Glasgow School board...

 

Hi-Line Farm and Ranch August 2020

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 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 22, 2020

Train Collides With Truck At Hinsdale Crossing

The Valley County Sheriff's Office has confirmed to the Glasgow Courier that a train collided with a pickup truck at the rail crossing in Hinsdale at around 11:40 a.m. on July 18. No serious injuries...

 

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