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 By A.J. Etherington    News    January 20, 2021 

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...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    January 20, 2021 

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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Lee Signs With MSU Northern

Glasgow star running back Jesse Lee announced via Facebook on Nov. 18 that he has committed to playing football for MSU Northern next season. Lee was a force for the Scotties, driving their ground...

 

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, I would like to respond to the letter to the editor from Karl Ward [The letter referenced was printed in the Nov. 4, 2020, issue of the Glasgow Courier titled “In Response To Oct. 28 Letter”]. His letter contends that our community...

 

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, As a lifelong resident of V.C. (with the exception of a couple of years spent in the State of Missouri) I was appalled by the communities’ reaction to a Halloween costume. A costume that must have been a good one to win first place in...

 

Marlene Zinner

One of the advantages of reaching the ripe ol' age of 84 is the ability to tell the same stories over and over, with each retelling more fantastic and embellished than the last. One of the... Full story

 

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, I take serious offense to the Glasgow Courier November 4, 2020 headline “Community Hopes For Change After KKK Costume.” Really? The Courier seems anxious for a comment from somebody so let me give them one. And for clarity, let me...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, My name is Becky Anderson, and I would like to address the story printed in your paper on November 4, 2020 regarding the “KKK” costume controversy. I find it quite astonishing how the title of the article: “Community Hopes For...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, It’s been almost six years since I wrote my last piece for The Courier and even longer since my first guest column in 1991. I have always enjoyed returning to my hometown. Last year was especially fun as I was able to show off Glasgow...

 

Glasgow Blanks Columbus 46-0

Revenge is a dish best served cold, or in the cold? Glasgow football players had expressed a desire for revenge against Columbus after the Cougars destroyed the Scotties' playoff hopes last year....

 

Doris Georgette Brandt Services

Doris Georgette (Hustad) Brandt, age 91, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great great-grandmother, friend, and neighbor went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, Nov. 8,... Full story

 

Marjorie Anne Turner Services

On Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020, our dearly beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother, Marjorie Anne Pehrson Turner, age 96, passed away peacefully at Valley View Nursing... Full story

 

Scotties Defeat Back-to-Back State Champions

The Glasgow Scotties football team brought home a huge win in Eureka on Friday against the Lincoln County Lions. That win means the Scotties will be on home turf this Saturday, Nov. 7, to face the...

 

Scotties Close Out Reg. Season

The Glasgow Scottie football team traveled to Fairfield to take on the Eagles for their final regular season game of the 2020 season on Oct. 23. In a tight back-and-forth game played in the falling snow, the Eagles came out on top 14-8. The Scotties...

 

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