Articles from the November 13, 2013 edition

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 By Samar Fay    News    November 13, 2013

Vets Take Flight With Honor

The annual Veterans Day ceremony at the Civic Center in Glasgow had an added feature this year. In addition to beautiful music, the VFW honor guard and a thoughtful speech, four World War II veterans... Full story

 By Samar Fay    News    November 13, 2013

Daines Visits Glasgow, Fort Peck

Congressman Steve Daines made two stops in Valley County on Veterans Day, capping off a long day that began with appearances in Crow Agency and Billings. Daines greeted local Republican supporters at...


Sage Grouse Habitat: Time To Talk Next Week In Glasgow

A state advisory council and the BLM are seeking public input to form a sage grouse habitat conservation plan that will prevent the bird's being listed as an endangered species. The...


WWII Vets Honored Guests In Nashua

Three World War II veterans, who were on an honor flight to Washington, D.C., in October, and one WWII veteran who was on the April honor flight, all agreed -- one of the most impressive sights they had the chance to see was the changing of the...


The Wild Ones

A dozen Montana artists were rounded up and brought to the Cottonwood Inn last weekend for the popular Wild Bunch Art Show. There were artists in watercolor and oils, metalwork, pencil drawings,... Full story


Block Of Bucks Signup Now Through Dec. 2

The annual Block of Bucks provides clothing for needy children in Valley County. The range for children in this program is from infant to 12 years of age. Signup at the Office of Public Assistance in Glasgow continues through Monday, Dec. 2.... Full story

 By Samar Fay    Opinion    November 13, 2013

Farewell To The Hi-Line

Twenty-two years ago, a retired Army doctor and his wife rolled into Glasgow, wondering if a cow town on the prairie was really a good choice to set up a new practice and a new chapter in their... Full story


2 Rivers? Here's What It Does

As executive director of Two Rivers, I am often approached with two questions: “What does Two Rivers do?” and “Is Two Rivers part of the chamber?” It is important that community members understand our role and how it is that we serve Valley...


Develop A Budget And Stick To It

This is an open letter to Senators Baucus and Tester and Congressman Daines. Agreeing to raise the debt ceiling yet again, in my opinion, was a terrible mistake. Not raising it would have basically put our nation in the same predicament that we...


My Dad, The Wise Hunter

The hunting season is in full swing. Everywhere you look you see people dressed in camoflauge clothing and quite often you spot a pickup that has one or more deer or antelope in the box. Walk into a sporting goods store, and you will see hunters...


Tailor Made Memories

Remember when Glasgow had businesses that did tailoring? Friedl’s Mens Wear comes to mind. It seems that the art of tailoring is rather a thing of the past, but that was a customer service at Friedl’s. You men will have to correct me if I am...


James Murray Olk

James Murray Olk, 74, of Glasgow, Mont., died Friday, Nov. 8, 2013, at his home of a pulmonary embolism. Funeral services will be held Friday, Nov. 15, at 11 a.m. at the First Lutheran Church in...


Melda Deloris Fire Moon

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, Melda Deloris Fire Moon, 57, of Glendive, Mont., formerly of Frazer, Mont., died at the Glendive Medical Center. She was born to Lyle and Leta Fire Moon on May 5, 1956, She...


Jon Darryl King

Jon Darryl King, 53, of Great Falls, Mont., died Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. A private ceremony will be held by his family and close friends at a later date. He was born Feb. 12, 1960, in Great Falls and r...


Donna Mae Smith

Donna Mae (Hill) Smith, 77, died peacefully at her home in Tenino, Wash., on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013. She was born to Marc and Ella Hill on Sept. 7, 1936, in Glasgow. She spent her childhood in the...


On To The Semifinals

In their tenth game of the season, with a record of 8-1 coming into the state quarterfinal, the Scotties were used to cruising to easy victories, it seemed. And yet the Nov. 9, 2013 victory would beco... Full story


We Were Never Short On Heart

The divisional tournament is over, as is the Scottie Volleyball season. We fell to two great teams, Fairfield and Choteau, both of whom advanced to State. Although we fell, we can proudly say we didn’t fall apart. We never stopped trying. We...


Season Ends For Volleyball Scotties

After snagging the District title last week, the Scottie volleyball team headed to Malta for the divisional tournament. First round action pitted Glasgow against Cutbank. In Games 1 and 2, the Scotties could not be stopped. Superb passing allowed...

 By Ron Selden    Sports    November 13, 2013

Information Sought In Elk Poaching Case

State wildlife officials are seeking tips from the public about the poaching of a mature bull elk on the Williamson Ranch Block Management Area south of Chinook. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks...


Merger Or Co-Op? That Is The Question

The changing face of Montana class C boys and girls sports is becoming more evident daily. Small towns across the state are losing population at an alarming rate, causing schools to lose enrollment, forcing school closures. In the school year...



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