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Bring Community News Back

Dear Editor, I am again requesting the return of the community news for Opheim, Nashua, Fort Peck, St. Marie and the various 4-H Clubs in the Glasgow Courier. I was told that these area community...

 

Asking For Your Vote To Renew Library's Mill Levy

Dear Taxpayers and Residents of Valley County, We are the board of directors that oversee the Glasgow City County Library and we are writing you today to ask for your vote to renew our operations...

 

Vote To Support Library

Dear Editor, I have been a lifelong lover of libraries. I was an Air Force brat, and I still clearly remember how excited I was to get my very own library card at the age of 10. This was in Laramie,...

 

Small Business Administration Extends Economic Lifeline to Rural Healthcare Providers

Dear Editor, Each year during National Hospital Week, communities across America come together to celebrate the workers and institutions that dedicate themselves to maintaining public health. This...

 

Renewing the Additional Levy For the Glasgow City-County Library

Dear Readers (pun intended)- I am writing to request your support in the renewal of the "Additional Levy for the Glasgow City-County Library" in this year's June 2 mail-in election. As an avid reader... Full story

 

The Republican Primary

Dear Editor, The study of history allows us the luxury of 20-20 hindsight. Looking back, we can see the little events that led up to the big moments, and we can wonder "how could they not have seen...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    May 20, 2020

Reflecting On Prom

Do you remember the days when parents were allowed to attend the Jr./Sr. Proms? Maybe this was only at small schools, however, I remember when some parents actually came and took part in prom. Times changed and parents were allowed a seating section...

 

Stone The Right Republican For HD 33

PAID POLITICAL CONTENT Dear Editor, I became a registered nurse in 1964. When the opportunity presented itself to bring a nurse's perspective to the Montana House of Representatives, I brought my pass... Full story

 

Glasgow City-County Library Serves The Community

Dear Editor, Growing up in metro-Detroit area, I am used to beautifully landscaped, three-story high libraries packed with books in any subject, as well as resources and programs that engaged...

 

Supporting The Library Levy

Dear Editor, A five year 2-mill levy to help support Glasgow City-County Library is on the ballot. It was five years ago that this same levy passed by a nearly 3 to 2 margin- 1195 for and 873...

 

Williams Addressing Communities

Dear Editor, I so regret that while all of us were sheltered in place, I wasn't able to visit every county in person during this primary election season. I am writing to share why I am running for...

 

Comply With Tribal Governments To Prevent The Spread

Dear Editor, We, the below signed members of the State-Tribal Relations Committee, the Montana Legislature's liaison with tribal governments, write to encourage the public, residents and nonresidents...

 

Taking The Census

Dear Editor, Many of us are itching, probably more than ever, to experience all the great things that long summer days in Montana bring. One simple but critically important thing to do before heading...

 

Stone Is The Right Choice

Paid Political Content Joyce Stone is an excellent choice for Representative for House District 33. Joyce is fair, open-minded, and dedicated to her family, her job, and her community. I have known... Full story

 

Kudos

Dear Editor, With the recent kudos being broadcast on KLTZ we thought a special kudo should be extended to editor A.J. Etherington. We greatly appreciate the excellent job you do in providing the...

 

Choosing A Candidate For HD-33

Dear Editor, As I see the political signs going up around the community, I was reminded to write this letter to you. During the 2019 Montana legislative session, there were three bills that were put...

 

Voting In Montana HD 33 Race

Dear Editor, I seldom write letters to the editor, especially in regard to political races. However, after continually being frustrated by positions taken by Casey Knudsen, our current Montana HD 33...

 

Public Lands: Will These Days Be The Good Old Days?

Dear Editor, Privatizing of our public lands is being promoted by politicians. A two minute computer search of Montana's Republican Platform, Page 12, and a two minute computer search of Montana's Dem...

 

Thank A Law Enforcement Officer During National Police Week

Dear Editor, Every day, sworn law enforcement officers, deputies, agents and troopers across Montana put their lives at risk, often while the rest of us are sleeping. They don't do it for recognition...

 

Home Energy Bills and COVID-19

Dear Editor, If you are worried about how you are going to pay your home energy bill as a result of issues related to COVID-19, please contact Energy Share of Montana. Energy Share is a statewide...

 

Knudsen Closes Access To Veterans' Park

Dear Editor, In the April 2, 2020, Community News (a Roosevelt County publication) Austin Knudsen, one of the two Republican candidates for Attorney General, gave some advice on dealing with the...

 

Small Business Administration Delivers Support to Rural America

Dear Editor, The devastating impact of COVID-19 has tested the will of millions of agricultural businesses and farms throughout rural communities all over our nation, but help is on the way. Congress...

 

Advocating For Fort Peck and Eastern Montana

Dear Editor, Since the spillway at Fort Peck graced the first cover of Life Magazine, Fort Peck Dam and lake have been the crown jewel of Northeast Montana. Most of us that have been around the area...

 

A Responsible Path To Reopening

Over the past several weeks, Montanans have faced unprecedented challenges. Our way of life has changed rapidly. Like every corner of our country, our once thriving economy is ailing. We’ve lost family members and friends. As we have aggressively m...

 

The Art Of Ironing

When I DO get an article to the Courier it is written on a Monday. Being a senior citizen, and set in my ways, this is also my laundry day. Tuesdays are not necessarily my day for ironing, however I do still think that I need to iron my pillowcases...

 

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