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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....

 

Annual State Kiwanis Convention Draws Many to Glasgow

After hosting the annual state Kiwanis Convention in Glasgow 24 years ago, it was Glasgow's turn once again to host a total of 60 people at the Cottonwood Inn Aug. 1 through 4. In addition to accompli...

 

Glasgow Represents at Badlands Rising Star Camp

Summer Strommen and Stevie Hartwell, both of Glasgow, recently completed the Fourth Annual Badlands Rising Star Camp in Medora, N.D. at the end of July. During the four-day camp, which ran from July...

 

Not Hard to Say: Fair Finale a Hit

On a clear night closing out the Northeast Montana Fair Aug. 3, the stars were center stage in front of the grandstands. Warming up the crowd was 32 Below, from Fargo, N.D. The band, who has shared a...

 

Glasgow Clinic Specialty Care Welcomes New Surgeon

The Glasgow Clinic Specialty Care office is welcoming a new general surgeon to the family. Dr. Nicole Lorenz, M.D., will join Dr. Robert Crochelt at the clinic as a board certified general surgeon on...

 

Orthopedic Specialist Makes Home In Glasgow Specialty Care Clinic

The Glasgow Specialty Care Clinic is seeing some new faces stop by to fulfill the orthopedic needs of the community. In partnership with OrthoMontana, out of Billings, Dr. David Shenton, Dr. Alan Dacre, and Dr. Curtis Settergren will be seeing...

 

FPST Serves up Salsa and Brews

Normally, one expects to see actors front and center, but on July 28, it was the stage that was, well, center stage at the Busted Knuckle Brewery in Glasgow. Sunday evening, hot off the opening weekend of Peter Pan, the Fort Peck Summer Theatre crew...

 

Valley County Pool Camp. Just Keeps Swimming

The Valley County Pool Campaign, the Busted Knuckle Brewery and residents from near and far came together on July 25 at the brewery to share support and raise funds for the Valley County Community Pool Campaign. In addition to having a nice, cool...

 

Irle School PTO Making Things Happen

The Irle School PTO is once again helping teachers, staff and students get on the right foot for not only the beginning of the school year but to make sure they stay on the path for success as the...

 

Sawyer Brown Makes Young Fan's Day

Sawyer Brown members Mark Miller (l), Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard (second from left), Joe Smith (third from right), Jim Scholten (second from right) and Shayne Hill (r) pose with Linda Sibley (holding guita...

 

Search Ends Close to Home

The Glasgow School Board met July 26 in the school administration building to interview two candidates for the superintendent position. Lisa Stroh, Ph.D., currently of the Poplar School district, and...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 31, 2019

Contacting the Sheriff? There's an App For That

Sheriff Tom Boyer announced that his office has launched a digital application (App) to better serve the county. The App, which is available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play, can be downloaded on any Android or IOS phone, by searching...

 

Verizon-Cellular Plus Helps Kids Start Year On the Right Foot

During the first annual Backpack Give-Away, Verizon-Cellular Plus in Glasgow had the opportunity to provide free backpacks filled with essential school supplies such as a folder, a notebook, pencils,...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 31, 2019

Frazer Schools Hosts Healing Camp

When social worker Clover Anaquod with the National Native Children's Trauma Center first arrived in Frazer in the spring of 2018, she immediately offered her assistance to the school, which at the...

 

Yard of the Week for July 29

The Glasgow City Council Yard of the Week for the week of July 29 belongs to James and Christi Meland, of 535 5th Ave S. Nominated by councilman Butch Heitman, the Melands win $25 in Chamber Big...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 31, 2019

GPD Arrests One After Finding Guns, Drug Paraphernalia

The Glasgow Police Department arrested Robert Arthur Wing Jr. on Glasgow's south side the evening of July 26. The arrest came after law enforcement searched his residence in relation to a "conditions...

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 31, 2019

Check Forgeries Land Two in County Jail

A two-day long check forging scheme ended with the arrest of Philisha Fourstar and Ashley Bigleggins on July 27. According to a report from the Glasgow Police Department, the two have been arrested...

 

For the Love of Dog

He was homeward bound, but stuck on the wrong side of the river. Spike, a Boston terrier and member of the Seth and Alicia Morehouse family, went missing from the boat ramp at Flat Lake on July 6.... Full story

 

Four NE Montana Pilots Win Prestigious Award

MICHELLE BIGELBACH THE COURIER The Montana Pilots Association Valley Hanger Association sponsored a fly-in at the Nelson Ranch on July 29 and 30 to not only meet fellow pilots but to also recognize... Full story

 
 By A.J. Etherington    News    July 24, 2019

Two Down, Two to Go, One Will Stand

A.J. ETHERINGTON THE COURIER The Glasgow School Board met with a full quorum to review applicants for the Superintendent job left vacant by Bob Connors, who has moved on to lead the Bozeman School District. In a race to find either a permanent or... Full story

 

Stone Kicks off Campaign

Under a big tent, shielded from the sun at the Fort Peck Marina, Joyce Stone kicked off her Republican primary campaign for Montana House District 33. Stone is seeking the seat currently held by Casey Knudsen (R), of Malta, who ran unopposed in 2018.... Full story

 

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