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Threshing bee in Choteau Sept. 21-22

The Teton Antique Steam and Gas Threshing Association’s 36th annual Threshing Bee and Bazaar will be held Sept. 21 and 22 on the TASGA grounds in Choteau. Members of the Association have been working hard to prepare the grounds for their largest fundraiser of the year. “Mother nature has also helped with plenty of moisture Read More…

One killed in crash outside Glacier

An Ohio person died Monday in a two-vehicle crash outside Glacier National Park, according to Montana Highway Patrol.  On Sept. 16, a vehicle northbound on U.S. Highway 89 near Lower St. Mary Lake turned left into the oncoming traffic lane and was struck by a southbound vehicle, according to MHP’s Havre District Office, which covers Read More…

Rule of Three

Rule of Three Boland and Idler Drive Scottie Victory September 18, 2019 Jeremy Donaldson / The Courier Spartan rusher was brought down by Ty Kittleson (#60) with Cooper Larson (#55) in pursuit. A strong Scottie defense held the Spartans to just six points on the night. The Glasgow Scotties played their first home game of Read More…

Red Flags

Red Flags September 18, 2019 Dear Editor, The President has frequently repeated the NRA talking point that more extensive background checks on gun sales would not have prevented the recent rash of mass murders. Maybe so. It’s hard to accurately see what lurks in a murderer’… For access to this article please sign in or Read More…

Homeless For A Night 2019

It is that time again. The Leadership Class students have selected Saturday, Sept. 28, for their annual Homeless Night. Homeless For a Night is an opportunity for students to take action on the homeless problem. Those who participate will spend a night in front of the Pioneer Museum to discuss, think and learn about homelessness. Read More…

Never Forgotten

Michelle Bigelbach / The Courier On a cold, rainy, dreary day, the Long Run Fire Department, FMDH Ambulance, Glasgow Police Department, Glasgow Fire Department and the Valley County Sheriff’s Department paid tribute to the fallen law enforcement personnel, firefighters and citizens who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.

Montana's Bully-Free Montana Act in Action

Montana’s Bully-Free Montana Act in Action September 18, 2019 Dear Editor, Montana’s children are off to a new school year and the excitement of learning. Children need and deserve to learn in a safe environment. When children are bullied in schools, they feel unsafe and learning (and life) is harder. This… For access to this Read More…

VFW District 5 Meeting in Glasgow

VFW District 5 Meeting in Glasgow – The Glasgow Courier VFW District 5 Meeting in Glasgow September 18, 2019 The Veterans of Foreign Wars District 5 meeting will be in Glasgow on Saturday, Sept. 21. The gathering will start at 10 a.m. with a meal to be had around noon and the brief meeting to Read More…

Pass It On

Pass It On September 18, 2019 Dear Editor, Arlie Gordon, on Aug. 20, put this article on Facebook and ask [sic] that people pass it on. “I may upset a few of you by posting this. We can handle it one of two ways. Discuss it like adults or you can unfriend me – your Read More…

Climate Change and Global Warming

Climate Change and Global Warming September 18, 2019 Dear Editor, Climate change and global warming are important issues for Montanans. Coming changes will broadly impact our economic sectors and put inevitable strain on state resources. Challenges need to be addressed, especially in agricultural,… For access to this article please sign in or subscribe. You might Read More…

Selma T. Olfert

Selma T. Olfert September 18, 2019 Selma T. Olfert, age 95 of Lustre, Mont., passed away at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow Mont., on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. Service times and dates will follow upon completion of arrangements. … For access to this article please sign in or subscribe. You might be interested in:

Raising Taxes On Tobacco Products

Raising Taxes On Tobacco Products September 18, 2019 Dear Editor, Whether or not you use tobacco, you are paying for it. Every year, each household in Montana spends $791 in taxes due to smoking. What’s more, Montanans spend a total of $440 million annually in health care costs directly caused by s… For access to Read More…

Leslie 'Sam' Loring Kitzenberg

Leslie “Sam” Loring Kitzenberg died peacefully in his sleep at Evergreen Nursing Home in Hot Springs, Mont., on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. Sam was 72 years old and suffered the last several years from dementia. A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Senior Citizen’s Center in Deer Lodge, Mont., with a Read More…

AG Fox Talks Policies in Campaign for Gov.

AG Fox Talks Policies in Campaign for Gov. September 18, 2019 Montana Attorney General Tim Fox sat down with the Courier last week to discuss his campaign for the Republican nomination for the Governorship next November. Currently, Fox is taking on U.S. Representative Greg Gianforte and Dr. Al Olszewski in h… For access to this Read More…

Dean Willmer Mann

Dean Willmer Mann, 81, passed away on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019, in Bozeman, Mont. He was born on April 19, 1938, to Arthur and Clarada Mann in Wolf Point, Mont. Dean graduated from Wolf Point High School in 1956 and then enlisted in the United States Navy where he served for four years before being Read More…

2019 Homecoming Royalty Nominees

2019 Homecoming Royalty Nominees September 18, 2019 Courtesy Photo / For the Courier The Glasgow High School royalty nominees pose with the Scottie Dog outside the high school on Sept. 17. Pictured left to right are Anika Peters, Kaylee Ross, Wilson Overby, Nicole Lippert, Kristian Price and Alec Boland. For access to this article please Read More…

Hydrology Workshop Highlights Water's Unpredictability

Hydrology Workshop Highlights Water’s Unpredictability Looks to Build Networks Between Forecasters, Water Managers, Public September 18, 2019 Perhaps the most ironic thing occurring during the National Weather Service’s hydrology workshop last week was that while scientists, conservation district reps, bureaucrats, meteorologists and hydrologist met on the inside, a flood advisory had… For access to this Read More…

Donnie 'Fizz' Ray Feezell

Donnie “Fizz” Ray Feezell passed away Tuesday, Sept. 10, surrounded by his family at his daughter’s home in Williston, N.D. Our father’s wishes were that there be no memorial services and we have chosen to honor them. He wouldn’t have wanted anyone to waste time or money coming to mourn his loss. He wanted everyone Read More…

New Mural Brightens Up Downtown

New Mural Brightens Up Downtown September 18, 2019 Michelle Bigelbach / The Courier Madelyn House (l) and Andy Fahlgren (r) pose in front of the new mural on the outside of the addition of the Busted Knuckle Brewery, on the corner of 4th St. S. and 1st Ave. S. While driving downtown throughout the past Read More…

Helena reflects on US Constitution 232 years after its signing

Around 100 people gathered in the Capitol Rotunda Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the 232nd anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution.  With Helena’s Daughters of the American Revolution coordinating the event, color bearers dressed in Revolutionary War garb posted the United States flag at the beginning of the ceremony. Warren Dupuis, the president Read More…

Free Helena trolley averaged 100 riders per day during trial run

Helena officials are considering making Helena’s free trolley a seasonal fixture after its five-week trial run averaged 100 riders per day. The final rider count for the July 29-Aug. 31 pilot period was 3,500 people, the city’s Transit Superintendent Elroy Golemon said.  “We’re calling it a success,” he said.  The trolley ran Monday through Saturday Read More…