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 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    May 14, 2014

Play Ball: Babe Ruth Seasons Opens Another Season on Mother's Day

Parents of the Hi-Line Babe Ruth League players were treated to the opening-weekend Early Bird Tournament in Scobey this past Sunday. Although weather was windy and cold at mid-40s degrees , mothers...

 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 Lih-An Yang    Sports    January 22, 2014

Junior High Basketball Has Strong Showing

The Glasgow junior high boys had a thrilling day at the basketball jamboree hosted by the Glasgow High School on Saturday, January 18. With first-game anxiety out of the way last weekend in Plentywood, all teams seemed to have intensified their...

 By Lih-An Yang    Sports    January 15, 2014

A New Season Begins

The Glasgow junior high boys opened their basketball season traveling to the Plentywood Jamboree on Saturday, January 11. These boys were excited to finally have their season under way. On the roster of the eighth grade team are: Alex Fransen, Bryce...


Grand Season Ends For GHS

The Scotties football team's dream of bringing a state championship game back to the home field will have to wait another year. Glasgow lost to the Baker Spartans, 22-7, in the Class B semifinals on... Full story


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

 By Lih-An Yang    Opinion    July 24, 2013

Immigration Does Not Equal Terrorism

Dear Editor: In my opinion, Mr. Vaupel has mistaken immigrants as terrorists (July 17, Page 2A). Immigrants do not “infiltrate” their new country. While terrorists intend harm, immigrants want to settle down in their new home and get along just...


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