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 By Joe Laumeyer    News    October 1, 2014 

Nashua School Gives Back To Fallen Athlete

The people of the small town of Nashua have once again proven that small town characteristics are some of the most valuable assets we can possess. There was a tragic sports accident recently in the... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 1, 2014 

Hinsdale School Teaching Conservation...With Honors

It's been a three year effort that has grown and started to turn heads around the state. The efforts of Hinsdale Ag Teacher Patty Armbrister and Hinsdale students have created something special, a...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 1, 2014 

Mosquito Effect: Bug Spray Sales Soar

The hot weather was back last week, but you might have seen a lot of people still going out wearing sweaters and pants. Everyone might be getting some relief as the cold weather moves in. Hopefully the colder air will stick around long enough to let...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 1, 2014 

Small Pest, Big Destruction

It might be a shock, but there is a destroyer that comes in a small package. It might not bring in panic, fires and complete mayhem, but it will and has cost millions and can make a large nuisance...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 1, 2014 

Bison Ordinance Hits The Ballots

While the ballots won't be ready for voters for a few more weeks, a bison ordinance has been discussed and worked on with Valley County commissioners and the Valley County Conservation District Board. The conservation board members met with county...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    October 1, 2014 

Probe Continues In Fine Arts Council Case

The investigation continues for a case involving the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council that was announced earlier this year. The complexities of the case have caused law enforcement to take a little extra time and be thorough before charges are made....

 
 By Bob Connors    Opinion    October 1, 2014 

Should The New School Be Named Irle Or Not?

What is in a name? We are in a situation where we are looking to order letters for the new elementary school.  I asked the board, “Are we going to change the name of the elementary?" This first came about when R.L. Irle's family, currently living... Full story

 
 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    October 1, 2014 

The Younger Generation Comes Through

Many of you have probably heard about Robert Back, a high school student at Belt, who sustained a head injury while playing in a high school football game. Word spread quickly about his injury and condition. A fund was set up to help with his...

 
 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    October 1, 2014 

The Dark Ages

Do you remember when we did not have Daylight Saving Time? Everyone got up an hour earlier to begin their day and probably went to bed before dark because they had already put in a long day. I remember a lot of the comments when DLS officially came i...

 
 By Pat Knierim    News    October 1, 2014 

Wishing Emily Wilson A 'Well-Read Day', As She Might Say

Dear Editor: The Glasgow City-County Library Board would like to take this opportunity to recognize Emily Wilson for her efforts on behalf of the library for the past year and a half. We wish her well as she and her family leave for Texas to be...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    Opinion    October 1, 2014 

Social Responsibility and Random Acts Of Kindness

Imagine a scene that you've probably witnessed and never really noticed. A car drives around a parking lot several times. The driver seems to be hovering towards the front of the lot almost waiting for someone to pull out. You vaguely notice a...

 
 Obituaries    October 1, 2014 

Michael 'Mike' Louis Edwards

To every thing there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven. According to Mike, this was elk hunting season! With family and friends by his side, Mike made his peace with this world...

 
 Obituaries    October 1, 2014 

Donna Ann Yellow Hammer

Donna Ann Yellow Hammer went into the hands of the Lord on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, at the Poplar Community Hospital in Poplar. A vigil service will be recited Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. at Our Lady...

 
 Obituaries    October 1, 2014 

John Douglas Garsjo

A Memorial Service for John Douglas Garsjo, formerly of Nashua, will be held at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashua on Saturday, Oct 4, at 2 p.m. He passed away on Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, in Tyler, Texas, from complications arising from a... Full story

 
 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    October 1, 2014 

Scotties Run Over Harlem, 59-0

The hometown crowds were treated to a display of veteran and young talents last Friday night. The Scotties did not disappoint. The Glasgow football team breezed through the Harlem/Turner Wildcats at... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    October 1, 2014 

Glasgow XC Enjoys Some Home Cookin'

Cool. The Scottie Invitational at Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck was cool. The temperatures cooled down into the 50s on Invite Saturday, helping the Glasgow XC runners do what they set out to do. Cut...

 
 Sports    October 1, 2014 

South Valley Bighorn For Sugg

Bow hunter Ed Sugg of Glasgow poses proudly with the bighorn sheep that he bagged in southern Valley County. He was hunting in the 622 area. Sugg shares his story: "It was my fifth day of hunting... Full story

 
 Sports    October 1, 2014 

Dickinson A Tough Tourney, But V-Girls Close With 'W'

Not many wins, but a lot of memorable moments and virtual wins for your Scottie varsity volleyball girls as they traveled to Dickinson, N.D., for a tremendously challenging two-day tournament. Friday consisted of pool play against some very talented...

 
 Sports    October 1, 2014 

Fishin' For The Cure Raises $29,000; Local Anglers Show Well

Fishin' for the Cure, a Montana-based organization that builds public awareness of childhood cancer and raises funds to support childhood cancer research, hosted it's seventh annual Montana fishing de...

 
 Classifieds & Real Estate    October 1, 2014 

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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 24, 2014

First Class Seating

It was gone with the wind as it quickly stopped for a few minutes and left Glasgow. Just enough time for a reporter to hop on board scope out the décor and jump down before passengers continued... Full story

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 24, 2014

Something Stinks Near The Lagoon

Have you ever wondered where that water went after you flushed it? How about all the wastewater that comes from your sinks and showers? While to some it's a mystery they try their best to avoid,...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 24, 2014

Students, Homeless For A Night, Think Outside The Box

The cold and crisp air left clear skies Saturday night. The colder air helped bring the feel of fall and left several students trying to figure out how to survive the evening in cardboard boxes and a...

 
 By Bonnie Davidson    News    September 24, 2014

County Budget Near Approval

The Valley County budget is still getting some last minute adjustments before the commissioners look at passing the finalized budget in the upcoming week. While there wasn't a lot of changes made from the previous year there were a few noteworthy...

 
 News    September 24, 2014

How Low Will It Go? Jobless Rate Here 2.9%

Montana’s unemployment rate was at 4.7 percent in August, a slight increase of one-tenth of one percentage point from July. The jobless rate in Valley County, meanwhile, is now sitting just under 3 percent. At 2.9 percent, only 124 residents are...

 

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