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Articles from the September 7, 2022 issue

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The Soroptimist International group changes its name

Present in the community since 1958, local group Soroptimist International of the Americas (SIA) has changed its name to Caring Hands, Inc. However, there will be no changes to how the group gives back to the community. ..

Fort Peck Post Office reopens after five months

After months of going back and forth, residents of Fort Peck now have a slightly shorter commute to meet their post office needs. According to the United States Postal Service (USPS) Customer Relations Manager, John Sandness, of Fort…

Water rights

Dear Editor, Stockwater is one of Montana’s oldest uses of water and is essential to the continued survival of a Montana ranching industry. Prior to the Montana Water Use Act of July 1, 1973, livestock…

Attention all drivers

Dear Editor, Now that school is back, it’s time to warn drivers at all intersections! Watch for assignment signs and follow the priority rules!! Early last Wednesday evening I was…

Why are we treated differently?

Dear Editor, The Montana Cattlemen’s Association is disappointed with the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) decision to allow the American Prairie Reserve to use 63,065 acres of public land in…

Just a little keepsake!

Editor’s note: The following was submitted by a subscriber: Read about the Glentana tornado in the Glasgow Courier. While stationed at Radar Base Opheim, before being discharged after four years of service in the USAF, my wife Connie O’rre…

Community skatepark meeting

On Friday, September 9 at 5:30 p.m., the Glasgow, MT Skatepark Committee, a continuation of the Hi-Line Grind Sk8park Committee, will hold a meeting at Toodie’s Cafe, located in Elk’s Lodge. The meeting will be an opportunity for parents, young people…

Calendar of upcoming events in the region

EDITOR’S NOTE: The deadline for additions to the calendar is Monday at noon. Please email your event to [email protected] or submit in person at the Courier office, 531 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow. Valley County Pioneer Museum hours of operation are Wednesday through Saturday…

Veterans Officers coming to Glasgow and Malta

Montana Veterans Affairs Veterans Services Officers will travel to the following locations and times to meet with veterans who wish to apply for benefits. If you are interested in applying for benefits, please bring a copy of…

Risk reduction in practice

In the previous article on community education “What is harm reduction”, published in the August 31 issue of the Glasgow Courier, the harm reduction model was defined as a practice of strategies…

Glasgow Stockyards Market Report

The market report for Glasgow Stockyards on September 1 shows that 359 cattle were sold with cows down from the auction on August 18. Bulls were flat from the August 18 auction and the light test open yearling heifers are selling very well….

Are you well insured?

You probably won’t see it on your calendar, but September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. And it is indeed important to be aware of the importance of life insurance. Are you sufficiently insured? Many people are not. About 40% of…

Law enforcement

For the week of August 8-14, there were 38 motor vehicle stops, four missing/loose dog reports, five loose livestock reports, two dog barking reports, and one request report. VIN inspection. For the week of August 15 to 21, the…

Scottie Boys XC wins the Poplar Invitational

The Scottie boys won the Poplar Invitational cross-country meet on Sept. 3, finishing three points ahead of their hosts with 37 points to Poplar’s 40. Glasgow was led by Reed Larsen, Kyler Holinde and KJ…

Glasgow Falls Project in Huntley

Huntley Project established their lead over Glasgow in the first quarter and never let it go, beating the Scotties 42-14. “It’s not the result we wanted, but overall it’s a blessing to see this…

Scottie Volleyball 2-3 at Chinook

The Glasgow volleyball team participated in the Chinook Invitational on September 3 where they posted a 2-3 record. Head coach Brooke Martin told The Courier his Scotties had played tough 50-minute games in a triple-digit streak, missing the championship by just one…

MS XC Poplar Review

The Junior Scotties ran a great race at Poplar last weekend. Running through 90 degrees is no small feat, but our runners pulled it off. The boys finished first, the girls followed by one point…

Nashua Volleyball

September 1 Fairview 25 25 25 Nashua 20 12 14 Team totals Kills-10 Assists-8 Digs-28 Aces -2 Blocks-1 Team leaders Kills: Tia Dees 8 Assists: Kyleigh Garsjo and Kaitlyn Miller- 4 each Digs: Alexis Murdock- 9 Aces: Tia Dees and Guinevere Abern – 1 each…

Frazer Volleyball

Fraser v. MonDak, September 1 MonDak won the match 7-25, 14-25, 17-25. Fraser v. Culbertson, September 2 Culbertson beat Frazer 6-25, 9-25, 11-25. The Bearcubs will be in Nashua on Friday, September 9, with a game at 6 p.m….

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