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Pioneer Museum Sets Stage for 1915 Glasgow

Reader Letters Prompt Questions for Burns

The race for Montana House of Representatives District 33 has been heating up in recent weeks. As the primary voting deadline approaches, Courier readers have been asking questions about a bulk mailer sent out district-wide by candidate Michael...

Letter Sheds Light on Kolstad's Departure from GHS Basketball

News of the recent termination of Jon Kolstad's contract as Glasgow High School's head girls basketball coach left unanswered questions. Efforts by interested parties to clarify the termination with school board trustees were initially...

Pioneer Museum Sets Stage for 1915 Glasgow

The Pioneer Museum of Valley County recently launched a sizable expansion adding over 5000 square feet to the museum in brand new exhibit space. The new annex seeks to recreate Glasgow's Main Street, ...

School Board Update

The Glasgow School Board held both their organizational meeting and their regular meeting May 11 at the central office, with 13 people in attendance. The organizational meeting was held first with Mona Amundson elected as chairperson and Alison...

What the Transgender Law Really Means

At this point most people have heard of the so-called “bathroom bill” passed in North Carolina. This is a law decreeing all people must use restrooms in accordance to the gender they were born into. What the public doesn’t seem to realize is...

Attack Ads in Northeast Montana

I guess some of my liberal opposers will be saying “you’re a fine one to talk about attacking someone in print” and I suppose you’d be a little bit right but this kind of politikkin’ is something more better suited to Texas or Colorado....

Graduation

Graduation, a time of joy, laughter, tears. An exciting time yet a bittersweet one. Graduates are seeing the culmination of 13 years of their lives. They’ve sat in classrooms, done homework, participated in activities such as band and sports. And...

More on Millennials

I had been trying to come up with a “Remember” for several days now, but had drawn a blank. Then I remembered reading Parker’s article, "Grumbling About Millennials." I would like all of the millennials out there, who just might read this...

Bonnie June Rosseland

Bonnie June Rosseland, age 61, departed this earthly world on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. She spent the last 18 months at the Valley View Home...

Jean Hill Hansen

Jean (Hill) Hansen, age 87, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 16, 2016, at Prairie Ridge Village in Glasgow, Mont., surrounded by her loving family. She was the fourth child of Finnish immigrant...

Diane Helen Thomas-Carey

Diane Helen (Lawrey) Thomas-Carey, 76, of Saint Marie, Mont., passed away Sunday, May 15, 2016. She was born Aug. 15, 1939, to William Charles and Evelyn Lucille (Jones) Lawrey in Chicago, Ill. At the age of 12, she moved with her family to...

Donald 'Smokey' LeRoy Stover

Donald "Smokey" LeRoy Stover, 81, of Nashua, Mont., passed away Thursday, May 19, 2016, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont., after having been recently diagnosed with cancer. He...

Evelyn Scott

Evelyn (Wisecarver) Scott, 81, of Bedford, Va., passed quietly on Saturday, April 30, 2016, while on vacation in her beloved Montana. She was born Jan. 22, 1935, in Penniman, Va., to Carlisle and Mina (Elliott) Wisecarver. She graduated from...

Scotties Give Divisional Meet the Old One-Two

The show must go on. Despite a day-long rain and an hour-and-a-half weather intermission, the Northern B Divisional Track Meet slowly, but surely, moved forward and the participants forged ahead....

Lady Golfers Make Top Ten at State

Glasgow's lady golfers were in Shepherd to compete in the State B golf meet on May 17 and 18. With 33 schools competing, the Scotties had some work to do. They did not shy away from the challenge,...

Scottie Softball On To State with Second-Place Finish at Divisionals

Another spring sport fell victim to the weather when the Eastern B/C softball tournament was cut short on Saturday. The Scottie girls were playing their fifth game of the tournament against Columbus when a spring storm hit with wind, rain and hail....

 
 
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