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The 26th annual Montana Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament set for this weekend has already set an eight-year high in registration numbers. With three days to go, 109 teams have signed up to participate in the two-day event, the most since 2005,...


On To Kansas, But First, Thanks

Thank you. Thank you for that great small-town hospitality. Thank you for your smiles. And the waves from people I've never met driving by. Thank you for the interviews, the quotes, the great sports,... Full story


Reds Looking Forward To Home Stand

Already atop the Eastern A standings, the Glasgow Reds are in good position to win the regular season title. However, a 10-game home stand over the next week will go a long way in deciding the...


Glasgow Glendives Into Third

The Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team came out of Glendive with a third-place finish as a team, two high-point winners and one big goal in mind, focusing on attitude during the homestretch of the season....

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    July 3, 2013

Kiwanis Swim Team Comes Out In Force

The most complete Glasgow Kiwanis swim team yet mustered enough strength for second place in Plentywood over the weekend. The two-day meet saw 34 Glasgow swimmers compete, the most the team has had so far this season. The results were immediate as...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    July 3, 2013

Gov Cup Gives It 100%

Fishing teams can expect a full payout at the 26th annual Governor’s Cup set for July 11-13, as the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce decided to pay back 100 percent of tournament fees. “The Gov Cup committee this year decided, to try to attract more t... Full story


Pitch Perfect

It’s a good problem to have. As the timeless baseball adage goes, “You can never have enough pitching.” The Glasgow Reds might be the exception. The Reds are 23-4 on the season, collecting a doz... Full story


Reds' Winning Streak Snapped

The Reds finally lost. After 17 straight victories, the Glasgow Reds fell 11-3 to the Calgary PBF Redbirds during the Harold Gjerde Memorial Tournament in Lewistown this weekend. The loss dropped the...


Kiwanis Surprise Continues

It’s been a theme in the early season. Coaches Matt Dangleis and Alex Leuchars, in an effort to increase stamina, push their swimmers hard at practice, expecting them to be too exhausted to perform...


Reds On Roll

The slugging Reds continued their offensive outpour for a perfect 7-0 record on the week. Coming into the Aaron’s Tournament in Billings on Saturday and Sunday, the Reds were averaging nearly 10... Full story


Longest Dam Races Through Generations

Over 280 participants ran, walked or biked the Longest Dam Race on Saturday, enjoying near perfect weather at the 19th annual event. A brisk wind that gave runners, walkers and bikers trouble on the...


Spring Sports Smarties

At Glasgow High School, student really does come before athlete in student-athlete. Across three sports, GHS had 28 student-athletes qualify for academic all-state. To qualify, students must earn a...


Heavy Metal

There were close to 10,000 collisions in Glasgow on Saturday. All of them were with malicious purpose as 17 drivers and cars participated in the 80s & Up Demolition Derby at the Glasgow Fairgrounds....


Montana Routs N.D. In Badlands

For the 15th time in 20 tries, Montana defeated North Dakota in the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl on Saturday in Miles City. Montana jumped out of the gates for a 29-point lead in the first... Full story


Short-Handed Glasgow Kiwanis Takes Third

Only 17 Glasgow Kiwanis swimmers made the trip to Roundup for a two-day meet over the weekend. Glasgow still came home with a third-place trophy. Even after an impressive opening meet the weekend...


No Need For Small Ball

Glasgow’s bats were red-hot in a five-game tourney in Havre this weekend. The Reds outscored their opponents 66-7, clubbing their way to a sweep of their Northstar Tournament opponents.... Full story


Kiwanis Swim: Back And Better Than Ever

They are contenders this year. Returning for their second year as coaches, Matt Dangleis and Alex Leuchars were impressed to see the improvements made during last season carried over to the beginning...


Longest Dam Wait For Race Soon Over

Over 150 are already registered to run, walk or bike the 19th annual Longest Dam Race on Saturday. With registrations accepted the morning of the event, over 250 are expected to participate in the... Full story


North Wins Again

The North won their fourth-straight Class B All-Star football game over the south on Saturday. With both teams scoring in bunches, the North took home a 48-27 victory at Rocky Mountain College’s... Full story

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    June 5, 2013

Whiskey For All

That rumbling you heard on Saturday and Sunday was not an earthquake. It was the ear-shredding grumble of 400-horsepower engines running down a dirt drag strip and through four-foot deep mud. Milk Riv... Full story

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    June 5, 2013

Molstads Reclaim 'Cat' Crown

Champions reigned in the Milk River Catfish Classic on Saturday. The top five teams were all former winners of the title, including the top duo of Nate and Jerry Molstad, who reeled in 37.29 pounds...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    June 5, 2013

Spring Sports Future Looks Bright For Scotties

It didn’t exactly go to plan. The breaks didn’t always go the Scotties’ way. And the weather didn’t play fair. Nevertheless, the Scotties still had a successful spring sports season and are se...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    June 5, 2013

Rasmusan, Sillerud Start Title Defense Strong

Defending champions JR Rasmusan and Norm Sillerud got off to a good start as they try to repeat as “Team of the Year” for the Fort Peck Championship Series. The duo took first place at the Rock...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    June 5, 2013

Reds Win Three

Walt Dalbey was the only Reds pitcher to receive a loss in four games this weekend. The unquestioned ace of the staff was set to lead the Reds to a four-game sweep of Glendive in the final game on Sun...

 By J. Levi Burnfin    Sports    May 29, 2013

Dailey Wins The Day

Clearing her final high jump gave Megan Dailey not only the event state title, but also her Scottie girls a spot on the podium. The high jump, one of the last events of the day at the Class B State... Full story


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