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The 100 Club

Students at Irle Elementary got a vision of the past when it came to the good old school days. While they celebrated 100 days of school this year, a special guest was invited who is celebrating 100 ye... Full story

 

Wagon Man Makes It To Pre-Super Bowl

Not one to circle the wagons to have a jamboree in his honor, Marlen Halverson was excited in the last week to be a part of something pretty big. He's known in the area as the "wagon man," and in Ariz...

 

School Looking Good, But Faces Snag

The last Glasgow School District Board meeting held a lot of updates about the elementary school construction taking shape. Viewing from the outside, those passing by might notice a roof, walls and wi...

 

Partridge, Erickson Toast Of the Town

There was goofy dancing, shouting competitions and a lot of jazz, rock and roll, and country shaking the Elks Lodge on Saturday, Jan. 31. With a slight change in tune, the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce brought in some professional dueling pianists to...

 

Big Changes At Valley View Home

Over two decades with only small changes led to a much bigger change taking place locally. Valley View Home saw a little shakeup in September when Health Management Services stepped in to help turn things around for the full time care facility....

 

Keystone XL Gains Senate Approval

It was a hurdle finally jumped on Thursday, Jan. 29. The U.S. Senate finally passed the Keystone XL Pipeline bill with enough votes to overcome a veto. The final count was 62-36 and Sen. Jon Tester did vote in favor of the pipeline in the end. With...

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    February 4, 2015

How Far Have They Come?

The Eastern B-C Divisional awaits on Saturday in Shepherd. It's the ultimate measuring stick so far to see how far the reinvigorated Scottie mat program has come this season. The Scotsmen measured up... Full story

 

Classifieds

Classifieds from the current edition...  PDF

 

City With A View

Some days my mind is just so filled with the present that I forget about the past. However, today I spent some time looking at the painting of Glasgow, 1914, that is located in the lobby of the... Full story

 

My Grandparents, The Immigrants

For quite a long time now immigration has been a hot topic in our nation. There are so many facets to this it is extremely difficult to address all of them. In reading article after article concerning immigration, I was reminded of all four of my...

 

Freedom Of Speech...Unless

As I sit here reading through the amendments to the U.S. Constitution one thing jumps out at me in the First Amendment. Here's how it reads: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;...

 

Getting Back In The Game In Helena

Hello again from the capital. Now that the Super Bowl is over (much to the dismay of the Seahawk fans), we can get back to business here in Helena. My SB 88 passed the Senate 48-0, and that is the bill that gives the conservation districts the same a...

 

FWP And Problematic Wildlife

The last few decades in Montana have seen a remarkable recovery in wildlife populations. For example, Montana’s elk population was down to almost 20,000 animals in 1940. By 1970 it had increased somewhat to 55,000. But after that we’ve seen...

 

Joseph A. Stuber

Joseph A. Stuber, 97, died Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont He was born on Oct. 22, 1917, in his grandmother's house in Thoeny, Mont., the son of...

 

Robert G. Combs

Robert G. Combs, 76, passed away from natural causes on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, at his home in Glasgow, Mont. He was born on Dec. 29, 1938, in Glasgow, the son of Clinton and Irene (Breikjern) Combs....

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    February 4, 2015

Scotties Holter Fourth, Hansen Eighth At State

Scottie S&D did the Nation proud at State – with some flair. Mariah Holter placed fourth in pantomime and Andrea Hansen eighth in extemporaneous speaking to lead GHS last weekend during the State... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    Sports    February 4, 2015

G-Town On A Tear Since Only Loss; Harlem & Plentywood Next

The Glasgow Scotties boys basketball team, ranked No. 2 statewide in Class B, rides two dominating home wins last week into conference action this week against Harlem on Friday and Plentywood on Saturday. The girls, meanwhile, face what could be a...

 

Hi-Line Gobblers Banquet Feb. 21 At St. Raphael's

The Hi-Line Gobblers ninth annual fundraising banquet is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, at the St. Raphael’s Parish Center gymnasium on Glasgow’s north side. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., and a prime rib dinner catered by the VFW and the VFW...

 

Winter Rules In Place At Fort Peck Lake

Many winter recreational opportunities are offered at Fort Peck Lake. This information will help insure your visit will be safe and enjoyable. When venturing out on to a recently frozen body of water there are some safety precautions that can help...

 

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