Articles from the December 11, 2013 edition

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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 11, 2013

Glasgow Welcomes Cape Air

Flights from rural areas that sit at a long distance from major airports can be crucial and important to the local economy. Glasgow will say goodbye to Silver Airways, formally known as Gulfstream... Full story

 News    December 11, 2013

BRRR...Block Of Bucks

Sherry Young and Katie Brandt collect donations next to the Glasgow Post Office on Friday, Dec. 6, in temperatures below zero, for the annual Blocks of Bucks program that helps needy kids in the area... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 11, 2013

Fire Chief Seeks New Ladder Truck; Others Differ

What started out as a request for matching funds for a new ladder truck for the Glasgow Fire Department became an argumentative discussion between city council members and Glasgow Fire Chief Brandon...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 11, 2013

Search Scaled Back In Idaho

With chances of survival dwindling, a family clings to hope or a miracle as the search for a missing plane, containing to Glasgow residents, is scaled back. Five family members Sheree Chalmers-Smith and her husband Daniel Smith of Glasgow boarded the...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 11, 2013

NWS: On Watch For A Change In The Weather

With winter weather advisories in effect, snow and ice covering the roads and concerns with the amount of precipitation that falls in the local area, many turn to the local National Weather Service...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    December 11, 2013

Committee Appointments Made

Appointments for the Glasgow Levee Safety Committee were finalized at the last city council meeting, and in the same week a local Glasgow rancher was reappointed to the state Private Land Public Wildlife Advisory Council (PLPWAC). Gov. Steve Bullock...

 By Bonnie Davidson    Opinion    December 11, 2013

The Addiction That Took Her Life

It’s the kind of thing you see at family gatherings, barbecues, parties, celebrations and holidays. You might not be thinking about the dangers involved because you’re probably thinking about taking a breather and just enjoying the moment. For so... Full story

 By David L. Pippin    Opinion    December 11, 2013

Colder Than Heck Just One Of Our Problems

Hello Valley County, Thought it was cold enough that I should write, as stopping by was out of the question. I remember when they used to say "colder then heck" but this far exceeds that.   I’m always surprised what will happen next and I’m...

 By Sandy Laumeyer    Opinion    December 11, 2013

Thanksgiving On The Road

By the time this is printed I will have been home for a week. As I looked out the window on the train, my thoughts drifted back to the two weeks I spent with my brother in Iowa. We had not seen each other for a little over two years. My original plan...

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    December 11, 2013

You & Your Stamps

It is the season when most of us make several trips to the post office for mailings. Do you remember purchasing envelopes with postage embossed on them? Many times pre-addressed, stamped envelopes were enclosed with the bill you received at month...

 By Julie Mock Gutow    Opinion    December 11, 2013

Memories Of Cindy Spencer

Dear Editor: I am saddened by the loss of our mother, however, I did not lose her yesterday, I lost her over 10 years ago to alcoholism and have missed her everyday since. (She passed in November 2013) I am so grateful to have had the last few weeks...

 Obituaries    December 11, 2013

Laurella 'Rally' Barbara Shafer

Laurella "Rally" Barbara (Werner) Shafer, 78, of Poplar, Mont., died from natural causes Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, at her home in Poplar. She was born on Oct. 21, 1935, to Luella Martha Buegler and Alvi...

 Obituaries    December 11, 2013

Christine Celello Piper

Christine Celello Piper, 74, died Nov. 21, 2013, in Lake Havasu, Nev. In this life a little bit of grace goes a long way, and Christine had a lot of grace. Though she passed from this earth, her life continues in memories of the many she touched....

 Obituaries    December 11, 2013

Dustin Jeffrey Bietz

Dustin Jeffrey Bietz, 31, passed away from complications of a stem cell transplant in Billings, Mont., on Monday, Dec. 2, 2013. He was surrounded by many people who loved him and in the arms of his...

 Obituaries    December 11, 2013

Thomas Francis Duprez

Thomas Francis Duprez was the oldest son born in Waltham, Mass., to Donald and Phylis (Bennett) Duprez on Nov. 16, 1946. There would be three more sons and the family would move to La Mirada, Calif.,...

 Obituaries    December 11, 2013

Melda Loy Carter

Melda Loy (Collins) Carter, 78, died on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Dec. 14, at 11 a.m. at the Hinsdale...

 Obituaries    December 11, 2013

Palmer Garsjo

Palmer Gene Garsjo, 59, joined his mother in heaven on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013, passing peacefully with his always caring niece, Jodi, at this side at the Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. Funeral...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    December 11, 2013

Scotties Show Their Teeth

The Glasgow boys team wasted no time picking up where they left off from last season as they beat Roundup, 73-33. The Scotties led 41-13 at halftime and put the game in cruise control during the... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    December 11, 2013

Glasgow Wrestling Dominant

The Glasgow Scotties wrestling team kicked off their season with a bang over the weekend at the Havre Invite. Sophomore Cody King was the big winner over the weekend placing fourth in his weight...

 By Carin Barnett    Sports    December 11, 2013

Ice Dawg Squirts Battle

The Ice Dawg Squirt team headed to Kalispell’s outdoor rink this past weekend. Making the trip were Colter Barnett, Jack Cornwell, Dylan Hlad, Michael Hoyer, Gage Iman, Ian Peterson, Tatum Provencher, and Gage Siefert. The first game against...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    December 11, 2013

Glasgow Girls Lose Opener

The Glasgow girls basketball team fell to Roundup in the opening game of the season 58-49. This was the first time these two schools have met and even after a defeat, Scotties head coach Emilee Morehouse is already preparing for the next opponent....

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