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19U Ice Dawgs Kick Off Season in Havre

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs' 19U girls team hit the road to play two games in Havre Nov. 20 and 21 to kick off their season. The Dawgs brought home two tie games, with final scores of 2-2 and 5-5. Glasgow b...

 

Lee Signs With MSU Northern

Glasgow star running back Jesse Lee announced via Facebook on Nov. 18 that he has committed to playing football for MSU Northern next season. Lee was a force for the Scotties, driving their ground...

 

Ice Dawgs Hit The Rink for 2020-2021 Season

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs Bantam team hit the ice for the first time this season on Nov 6. Opening their 2020-21 season in Sidney, the team brought home one win and three losses playing with a short bench. The win came in the Dawgs’ first game against...

 

Ice Dawgs Hit The Rink for 2020-2021 Season

The Glasgow Ice Dawg Squirts hosted their first hockey games of the season Nov. 14 and 15 at the Valley Event Center. The Helena Big Horns took all three games from the hosts, however the coaches...

 

Ice Dawgs Hit The Rink for 2020-2021 Season

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs PeeWee team started their season in Great Falls Nov. 7 and 8. After only three practices, the Dawgs dropped their first game on Nov. 7 against the Great Falls Americans 6-3. The kids bounced back Nov. 8 in a 7-7 tie. According...

 

Glasgow Football Season Ends

Glasgow's successful football season came to an end, just one game shy of the state championship. The team traveled to Manhattan this past weekend to take on the Tigers in the semi final game to...

 

COVID-19 Status in Valley County

The Valley County Board of Health was planning to release a local public health order in response to continued upticks in positive coronavirus cases in the county. The mandate was set to be released Monday, Nov. 9 (as of press time the draft had not...

 

Still Raising Awareness

The Valley CARE Coalition and Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center partnered this year for Red Ribbon Week, a national movement to promote drug free youth. This year due to COVID-19 health a...

 

Glasgow Blanks Columbus 46-0

Revenge is a dish best served cold, or in the cold? Glasgow football players had expressed a desire for revenge against Columbus after the Cougars destroyed the Scotties' playoff hopes last year....

 

Monster Dash Spooks Again

More than 50 goblins and ghouls of all ages showed up at Sullivan Park on Halloween morning to compete in Glasgow Recreation Department's Annual Monster Dash. Though the costumes may have been...

 

Scotties Defeat Back-to-Back State Champions

The Glasgow Scotties football team brought home a huge win in Eureka on Friday against the Lincoln County Lions. That win means the Scotties will be on home turf this Saturday, Nov. 7, to face the...

 

Hi-Line Meats Open For Business

"Busy, very busy," said Brian Austin on how work was going at Hi-Line Meats which opened in a brand new facility on Oct. 24 in Glasgow. Situated on Highway 2 beside the VFW, the small facility was...

 

Election Day 2020 is Next Tuesday

Election Day 2020 is less than a week away. Tuesday, Nov. 3, is the final day of this year’s general election. This year, Valley County is conducting the election entirely by mail, falling in line with the majority of the state, to observe health a...

 

Pippen Appointed Clerk and Recorder

At their regular weekly meeting on Oct. 21, the Valley County Commissioners announced they had unanimously selected Marie Pippen for the soon-to-be vacated Clerk and Recorder and Superintendent of Schools position. Pippen will replace Taryn Aberg,...

 

Scotties Close Out Reg. Season

The Glasgow Scottie football team traveled to Fairfield to take on the Eagles for their final regular season game of the 2020 season on Oct. 23. In a tight back-and-forth game played in the falling snow, the Eagles came out on top 14-8. The Scotties...

 

Hope For A Conversation About Change After KKK Costume In Glasgow

A Valley County man sparked outrage across the county, Montana and the nation after a picture posted to social media showed him dressed as a Klu Klux Klansman for Halloween. The man, later identified...

 

Scotties Defeat Wolves; Face Fairfield Friday

The Glasgow Scotties were looking for a big win against the Wolf Point Wolves Friday night, Oct. 16, at Scottie field after losing to the Malta Mustangs the prior weekend. Under the lights and a stead...

 

Amtrak Service Cutbacks Impact Valley County

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, travel and tourism have suffered as people across the nation limit their travel and social interaction. Among the big-name businesses hit is Amtrak, which has seen ridership drop 80 percent this year....

 

Jobs for Montana's Graduates Recognized

Last month Governor Steve Bullock announced that Jobs for Montana’s Graduates received its 14th “5-of-5” award. Glasgow High School was among 16 schools in the state recognized for reaching the “5-of-5” standard for 2019. To receive the...

 

Glasgow Scotties Fall to Rival Malta Mustangs

The Glasgow Scotties traveled to Malta this past Friday night, Oct. 9, to take on the Mustangs. Glasgow went into the game with the intention of ending a three-year drought against their Hi-Line...

 

Scotties Crush the Colts

The Glasgow Scotties were hungry for a win against the Colstrip Colts and it showed Friday night at Scottie Field. In a first for every member of the team, the Scotties notched their first win...

 

Valley County Clerk & Recorder Resigns

Valley County Clerk & Recorder/Superintendent of Schools Taryn Aberg submitted her resignation letter to the county commissioners on Sept. 21. Aberg was elected to her position in 2018 and the four-year term will expire Dec. 31, 2022. Aberg’s resig...

 

Glasgow Scotties Halt Harlem, 64-8

The Glasgow Scotties were back on home turf Friday night, Sept. 25, after a couple of long road trips. Hometown fans were not disappointed. Glasgow leapt out to an early lead over the visiting Harlem...

 

D&G Takes Prestigious Squires Cup

Sunnyside Golf and Country Club’s Men’s League 2020 season closed out last week, on Sept. 21, with the final round of golf being played to determine this year’s championship team and proud recipient of the Prestigious Squires Cup. Taking home...

 

Cross Country Teams Take Seconds in Culbertson

The Glasgow Cross Country teams traveled to Culbertson on Sept. 26 for the Culbertson Invitational. Both the girls and boys teams came home with second place finishes. On the girls’ side, Iris McKean again led the team and the competition, taking...

 

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