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Shippwrecked Anchored in Glasgow

Haylie Shipp opened her boutique Shippwrecked in Glasgow's Old Oddfellows Hall in August of 2016, bringing her local roots and keen eye to the downtown marketplace. Shipp, who might be most... Full story

 

Smudzinski Wins Ice Fishing Derby

The 19th Annual Ice Fishing Derby was held Feb. 11 at the Dredge Cuts Trout Pond at Fort Peck Lake. This year's derby was very successful compared to the past two years, as the previous event was... Full story

 

Hi-Line Sportsmen Banquet This Weekend

The first annual Hi-Line Sportsmen fundraising banquet will be on Saturday, Feb. 18, starting at 4:30 p.m. with dinner being served at 6 p.m. The banquet will feature a prime-rib dinner with all of the trimmings prepared by the VFW Post 3107 and... Full story

 

Valentine's Day Expectations

Valentine’s Day has gained the reputation of being a “Hallmark” holiday, where the only people consistently benefiting are those in the candy, flower, dining, jewelry and card business. Those who don’t have a significant other in their life...

 

District Honor Band and Choir Festival at GHS

Over 250 students from Culbertson, Frazer, Glasgow, Grenora, Hinsdale, Lustre, Malta, Medicine Lake, Nashua, Opheim, Plentywood, Poplar, Saco, Scobey, Westby, Whitewater and Wolf Point schools will... Full story

 

Bullock Appoints Helland

On Jan. 11, Governor Bullock appointed a number of different Montana residents to assist him with various state issues. One of these appointees was Abigail Helland of Glasgow, who was appointed to... Full story

 

Resolve Montana Partners with Glasgow High School

Resolve Montana is partnering with Glasgow High School during Superhero Night at the boys and girls basketball games against the Sidney Eagles on Jan. 19. Students and families who attend the games are encouraged to sign a pledge to end prescription... Full story

 

GHS Graduate Honored by Obama

President Obama honored GHS graduate Blake Wiedenheft on Jan. 9, along with other scientists and researchers. The Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) is the highest... Full story