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  • Giving Multiplied With School Supplies For Children Overseas

    For the Courier|Aug 16, 2023

    As the school year approaches, shoebox packers are making use of back-to-school prices to purchase gifts and essential items for children in need around the world. Residents in Glasgow are collecting school supplies, along with personal care items and fun toys, to pack in shoeboxes. Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, will deliver these gift-filled shoeboxes to children in more than 100 countries. For many children, access to these simple items is essential to an education. This was the case for Justin Thomas, a...

  • VBS At Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Nashua

    For the Courier|Aug 16, 2023

    Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashua, hosted a community Vacation Bible School (VBS) from July 31 to Aug. 4, from 1:30 p.m. To 4:30 p.m each day. The theme this year was "Twists and Turns: following Jesus changes the game." Our scripture verse for the week was, "Make your ways known to me, O Lord, teach me your paths." Based on Psalm 25:4. All of the Bible lessons, Bible stories, and crafts reinforced the teaching of Psalm 25:4 We had eight students attend our VBS. We also had Taylon and Micha...

  • Women Play a Key Role in Construction Project at Glasgow Place of Worship

    For the Courier|Jul 26, 2023

    Miranda Espinosa is taking a break from her job pouring and finishing concrete at her family’s construction business. With her gear packed, she has traveled almost 200 miles to Glasgow to donate her time and experience on a different kind of project. The Miles City resident has volunteered her skills for several weeks on the remodel of the Glasgow Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Espinosa has a wide variety of construction and office skills, and she relies on both to work on the project as much as she can. “I work anywhere on the...

  • 2023 Montana Aviation Awareness Art Contest

    For the Courier|Apr 5, 2023

    MDT Aviation Awareness Art Contest is designed to broaden knowledge of aviation and aerospace to promote careers in these industries. The contest is open to all students in grades kindergarten through 12 in public, private and home schools. Categories include Category 1: Kindergarten thorough fifth grade; Category 2 sixth through eighth grade and Category 3 ninth through 12th grade. Entries must be submitted no later than Friday, April 14 and the size of the poster should not exceed 11” x 14”. Artwork must have an aviation theme, can be col...

  • Ukrayina Cherez iPhone.

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|Mar 16, 2022

    People around the world have had their eyes fixed on eastern Europe for the past number of weeks, watching the horror unfold as the conflict continues between Russia and Ukraine. But for the first time on this scale, we’re able to see an unfiltered view of what’s really happening. Rather than traditional outlets such as Fox or CNN, social media has become the platform of choice Ukrainian people are relying on to show the world what’s happening at their doorstep. How has this become the norm, then? Does it mean we’re afforded a more...

  • Kristina McGee Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

    For the Courier|Mar 16, 2022

    Kristina McGee, of Glasgow, Mont., was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. McGee was initiated at Montana State University. McGee is among approximately 25,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate...

  • Not Spring Yet

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Mar 16, 2022

    I'm not feeling very turtle-ish yet. Let me explain: years ago Dennis and I caught a comedy routine that contained the line "Hope springs in turtles." We still occasionally use that line. I had to go look it up in order to give credit to the comedian. His name is John Bowman, and the bit came from his In Stink routine. I will caution you that his language wasn't devoid of "bad words." The bit had to do with a stoner explaining that even though turtles are "slow and pokey" since they're carrying...

  • Access Denied.

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|Mar 9, 2022

    I’m in no position to speak with conviction about the atrocities currently transpiring in eastern Europe. What I am qualified to speak on however is the technical methods with which a nation might censor or otherwise control what its residents are able to see on the internet. This article will focus on those technical aspects, in an attempt to help spread knowledge about what happens when a public resource is unjustly subjected to regulation by an entity looking to further an agenda. First let’s recap on how the internet works as a whole,...

  • Welcome March?

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Mar 9, 2022

    March has arrived, coming in like a lion. We're therefore hoping spring will really be here at the end of the month. All the continued strong winds combined with fresh snow, as well as freezing sleet mixed with rain (at 24 degrees!!) has me still ignoring those seed catalogs. I have, however, purchased new gladioli bulbs, new large dahlia tubers, a couple bright pink peony roots, and several packages of onion sets. This is obviously long-range planning. All of those are being stored in our...

  • Eris Roesia

    Mar 9, 2022

    A baby girl, Eris Roesia, was born on Saturday, March 5, 2022, at 3:39 p.m., at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, in Glasgow, Mont., to Therressa and William, of St. Marie, Mont. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 inches long. She joins one sister, Gaia, at home.... Full story

  • Vine Starting

    Mary Honrud, For the Courier|Mar 2, 2022

    We had a nice trip to watch one of our grandsons play 10U AA hockey just outside Chicago over the President's Day weekend. (His team competes at the single A level, but got bumped up.) Now that I'm catching up with the mail, and specifically the Courier, I see no one took me up on writing a guest column to cover for my absence. You still could, of course... I'm trying to think spring, but the recent nasty weather hasn't helped push me that way. There was lots of fresh snow in Fargo, but the road...

  • I Want My (M)TV

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|Mar 2, 2022

    It’s still very much “Indoors” season here in Glasgow, with spring still a few weeks away and the bitter cold still lingering. So it’s only natural that we’re spending more time in front of our screens. We’re drawn in a moth-like fashion, subsidizing our limited sunlight time with the artificial, Netflix-flavored variety. How then do we make the best of this time huddled in a trancelike state, fixated on the moving images before us? While seeing is believing, not all screens are actually crated equal. Between televisions, computer...

  • Irle School Patriotic Singalong

    Mar 2, 2022

  • Northeastern Arts Network Season Finale: John Roberts Y Pan Blanco

    Northeastern Arts Network|Mar 2, 2022

    Enjoy a fantastic night of music on Tuesday, March 8, 2022. John Roberts Y Pan Blanco is an original sound ensemble that is designed to make the audience move. They are melding high energy, danceable Funk, African and Salsa grooves with blistering instrumental solos, all aimed at sharing musical diversity with the audience. With an incredibly energetic band of high level musicians, John Roberts brings many years of national and international touring, recording and performing experiences to...

  • Fort Peck Summer Theatre Announces Final Show of 2022 Season

    Feb 23, 2022

    Back by popular demand, Always...Patsy Cline will make a return to Fort Peck Summer Theatre, completing the 2022 line up. A runaway hit from Fort Peck Summer Theatre's 2015 season, the musical will perform for two weekends only, July 15 – July 24. Based on a true story about Patsy's friendship with a fan from Houston named Louise Seger, the musical is full of down-home country humor, true emotion and even some audience participation. It includes over 2 dozen of Patsy's greatest hits,...

  • Browsers Can Be Choosers

    Richard Noble, For the Courier|Feb 23, 2022

    The method in which we enjoy the fruits which the internet bears often slips by without so much as a casual thought. You click a thing, a webpage loads, you find what you’re looking for, you close that thing and carry on about your day. This browsing of websites is actually facilitated by a natty piece of software called, unsurprisingly, a browser. Just like we’re blessed with choices for airlines and peanut butter, we’re also able to be choosy with how we experience web pages. But what’s the difference? Aren’t we all just looking at...

  • What are some considerations for Senior Citizens who plan to move?


    Two of the largest determinants of where a Senior may plan to move are their health status including whether they need assistance and what type of financial support they may need. If the Senior is married often times they may be able to live independently, however their spouse may need more support than they can provide. The cost of Independent Living Communities are on the average $2800.00 a month. The cost of Assisted Living can run over $4000.00 a month and at the highest spectrum are Nursing homes at well over $7000.00 a month. To fund...

  • A Breath of Fresh Air for Behavioral Health

    Valley County Care Coalition, FOR THE COURIER|Feb 16, 2022

    For far too long, there has been a stigma surrounding mental health, making it incredibly difficult for the very people who need it the most to reach out. With an estimated 44 million people living with a mental illness and around 60% of them not receiving any treatment; something needs to be done to address this topic. In recent years, change has been happening. Communities are rallying for a seat at the table and those without a voice are finding space to speak freely. Behavioral Health is now talked about more than ever and professionals in...

  • Where oh where has my little dog gone! She was there a minute ago


    Who would have thought! Last week, February 7th, we were out walking around Saint Marie. We went the back way, where there are open spaces and gravel roads, there is a large amount of foundations only in that area, ages ago the homes had been moved to parts unknown in Montana. We came across Kathleen Bushy and a pup on a leash and at first… we thought she was talking to herself! Then a man’s voice called out to her but where the heck was he?!! Kathleen came up to us and told us that her friend , Dave Evans, was down in the storm drain...

  • Living in Nashua

    Feb 16, 2022

  • Green Spaces


    I must need a vacation from writing. I keep putting off getting this column done each week lately and so I miss the actual deadline. Luckily, the editor/manager at the Courier has been putting up with my tardiness. I am taking next week off. If someone else would like to sub in for me, I think the paper would appreciate it, maybe. And maybe you’ll have a new gig. I’d be okay with being replaced… We’re heading off to near Chicago where our youngest lives. We’re driving (well, Dennis is), so we’re very hopeful the weather will behave...

  • Tech Space

    Richard Noble, SPECIAL TO THE COURIER|Feb 16, 2022

    It’s Valentine’s week! A time for hastily buying chocolates and flowers in an attempt to put material values into how much you like another human being. What happens when you don’t have a sweetie to shower with gifts however? Do you wait patiently for February 15th to enjoy National Singles Day? Happily, we’ve the internet to the rescue. Those of us looking for love have a wide range of apps and websites to help us along! But how did we get here from the personal columns of yesteryear? Grab a pina colada and join me for an escape into...

  • Cali Grace Hopstad

    Feb 16, 2022

    Cali Grace Hopstad was born at 1:42 p.m. on Jan. 5 at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital to parents Chaz and Taylor Hopstad of Glasgow. Cali weighed in at 6 pounds, and is 18.25 inches long. She joins one brother, Cruz. The baby's paternal grandparents are Charles and Roberta Hopstad of Glasgow, Montana. Maternal grandparents are Terry and Roger Trang of Nashua, Montana. Paternal great-grandmother is Irene Degele of Glasgow, Montana and maternal great-grandmothers are Arlene Trang of Kalispell,... Full story

  • Laine Rose Burgess

    Feb 16, 2022

    Laine Rose Burgess was born at 1:52 a.m. on Jan. 5 at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital to parents Brady and Erin Burgess of Glasgow. Laine weighed in at 6 pounds, 6 ounces and is 17.5 inches long. The baby's paternal grandparents are Mitch and Rene Burgess of Gillette, Wyo. Maternal grandparents are Todd and Patti Cayko of Fairview, Montana.... Full story

  • Axton R. Britsch

    Feb 16, 2022

    Axton R. Britsch was born at 9:50 p.m. on Jan. 13 at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital to parents Chris Britsch and Shyanne Clem-Isakson of Glasgow. Axton weighed in at 7 pounds, 7 ounces and is 19 inches long. He joins one sister, Willow. The baby's paternal grandparent is Roger Britsch of Hinsdale, Montana. Maternal grandparents are Randy and Twyla Isakson of Glasgow, Montana.... Full story

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