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 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 16, 2014 

Walleyes Bazaar & Banquet The Catch Of The Day

The Valley Event Center was packed with vendors from wall to wall this past Saturday as the Glasgow/Fort Peck chapter of Walleyes Unlimited held it's annual bazaar. Newly elected President of the... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 16, 2014 

The Guns Come Out

It was a busy weekend for gun collectors and enthusiasts alike as the Glasgow Gun Show was held this past weekend at the Glasgow Civic Center. This is the third consecutive year that the show has been...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 16, 2014 

Glasgow Bats Come Alive In Opener

With a new season underway, the Glasgow Scottie softball team wasted little time to continue the type of play that they have been known for the past few seasons. The Scotties opened up the season against Miles City on April 10 with an impressive 7-1...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 16, 2014 

On the Right Track

Baker Invite results are below. These are the events in which a Scottie athlete finished in the top 3. Boys Team scores – Glasgow 88.33, Baker 72.33, Glendive 54. 100 – Connor Murnion, Jor, 11.32; Ryan Grandchamp, Gla, 11.39; McQ Burley, Bro,...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 16, 2014 

Junior High Track And Field: Porcupine Invitational At Glasgow

The Porcupine Invitational was held this past weekend at Glasgow High School as 19 junior high teams competed in what was less than ideal weather conditions. Glasgow was unable to clinch the top spot...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 9, 2014

The Life Of All-Stars

The Bozeman Tier II Ice Dogs rode a wave of success to Wayne, N.J. After muscling their way through a handful of tournaments that started back in late December. The dream ride was derailed in the Nati... Full story

 By Virgil Vaupel    Sports    April 9, 2014

Raiders Track And Field Finish Strong In Glasgow

It was a clear, nearly windless day for the opening meet of the 2014 track and field season for the Hinsdale Raiders. Something that was missed for the better part of last season. First up for the...

 Sports    April 9, 2014

The Karate Kids

Glasgow Taekwondo had three members compete at the 21st annual Lone Wolf Taekwondo Championships in Powell Wyoming held on March 29th. All three members; Tommi Prewett, Donny Brabeck and Sam Knierim c...

 By Ron Selden    Sports    April 9, 2014

Elk Numbers On Rise

The most-recent aerial surveys of elk populations in the Region 6 portions of the Missouri River Breaks and the Bears Paw Mountains south of Havre indicate a sizeable increase in animals in both areas over survey numbers that were last gathered. Acco...

 By Ron Selden    Sports    April 9, 2014

Shed Antler Season Nearing

Shed-antler hunters and other recreationists planning to visit a Montana Wildlife Management Area are reminded that while many popular WMAs open at noon on May 15, several do not open until June 1. It is illegal to enter a state WMA prior to its...

 Sports    April 9, 2014

Wolf Population Stable

Montana’s verified wolf population remained stable last year while livestock depredations by wolves continued to decline, dropping about 27 percent from 2012. A total of 627 wolves were counted in Montana at the end of 2013, compared to 625 last...

 Sports    April 2, 2014

Highlanders Slam Through Competition

The Glasgow Highlanders traveled to the Billings Metra for the Montana Open this past weekend. 28 Highlanders were part of the 1,600 wrestlers that competed in the tournament. The Open is the premier... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 2, 2014

Stairway To Success

As the Glasgow Scottie track and field team continues to practice in preparation for their first meet this weekend, a familiar face could be seen walking around the field. John LaBonty. LaBonty, less...

 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    April 2, 2014

Kiwanis Swim Season Nearing

Warmer temperatures and longer daylight have our swimmers dreaming about lanes and laps again! The board members of the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team (GKST) have been busy planning for the 2014 summer. The officers on the board are: President--Melani...

 By Thom Schultz    Sports    April 2, 2014

Field Of Dreams Envisioned

The 2014 baseball season is coming up fast with Babe Ruth and American Legion signups behind us and practices ready to start. With an astounding growth in local interest, while other Montana cities can’t field teams, we had over 50 kids sign up...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    April 2, 2014

Bozeman Tier II Team In National Tournament

A remarkable season for the Bozeman Tier II team will culminate this week at they participate in the National Tournament in Wayne, N.J. The tournament begins with pool play which runs through Friday. The pool play will determine the seeding that the...

 Sports    April 2, 2014

BLM: Special Rec Permit In Works

The Bureau of Land Management Glasgow Field Office is seeking public input regarding an application for a Special Recreation Permit for providing commercially guided big game hunting on BLM administered public lands in north Valley County and...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    March 26, 2014

3-C Boys and Girls All Conference Teams

The 2014 3C Boys and Girls All-Conference list was released and Hinsdale saw players from both squads make the cut. On the boys side, Dallas Capdeville, Wyatt Pattison and Kyle Albus were named to the first team and Capedeville added another honor by... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    March 26, 2014

Fast Times At Glasgow High

As the track and field season enters its second week, many of the athletes on the team are used to having to battle the elements at the beginning of each year. This year, the team also has another... Full story

 By Ron Selden    Sports    March 26, 2014

Fort Peck Sees Decline In Fish Population

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists say lower Fort Peck Reservoir water levels have had an impact on some fish populations, but benefits are still being realized from good water years in 2008 through 2011. “Since 2011, water levels have...

 By Ron Selden    Sports    March 26, 2014

Man Pays Fine In Elk Case

A Minnesota man has been ordered to pay $2,070 in fines and restitution for allowing his teenage son to illegally kill a 5x5 bull elk in the Larb Hills area of the Missouri River Breaks during the 2013 archery hunting season. Troy A. Carlson, 48,...

 By Kari Prewett    Sports    March 26, 2014

Glasgow Cheer Has Strong Showing At Cheerfest

Glasgow High School cheerleaders competed in Cheerfest 2014 this past Saturday in Lewiston. The competition included brackets for jazz/tap dancers, mascots, cheerleaders, stunt groups and individual...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    March 26, 2014

Mat Attack In Black Hills

The Glasgow Highlander Wrestling Club participated in the Black Hills Nationals this past weekend and once again, the Highlanders had another strong showing. Thirteen of the wrestlers that participated in the tournament placed for the Highlanders....

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    March 26, 2014

Local Teams Roll in JJMT

It was a weekend of layups and 3-pointers as the Jeff Jurgens Memorial Basketball Tournament took place in Glasgow last weekend. With over 70 teams participating in the tournament, four Glasgow teams... Full story


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