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Articles from the January 1, 2014 edition

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Happy New Year and Best Wishes For Health and Happiness In 2014

East Side School kids got to enjoy an hour of ice skating for their physical education class on Friday, Dec. 20, just before Christmas break. Kylie Lagerquist and Tyann Graham, above, were among the... Full story


Dan Carney Moves On

As the New Year takes shape, a new mayor for Glasgow will take her seat. Becky Erickson will be taking the place of Dan Carney. Carney might be stepping down from city council and from the mayor... Full story


Speeders Beware: Digital Traffic Signs Aid Glasgow Police

Anyone traveling west on Highway 2 may have noticed the flashing sign at the bottom of the hill coming into town. It flashes your speed if you're above the posted limit, or at one point it will flash...


Celebrating On New Year's Eve? Free Rides Home Offered

New Year’s Eve is a time of fun and celebration. Make sure you don’t start your year out with a DUI or in an accident. If you plan on going out for the night, and maybe your designated driver decided to have more than a few beers, don’t take...


Death Has Occurred

I thought I’d better get this off my chest while I still have a chest to get it off of. (Off of which to get it? … From which to get it off? … Forget it, I am what I am.) See, here’s what happened over Christmas. I was sitting in my recliner,... Full story


Glasgow's Growth Policy

As more home businesses are becoming part of today’s culture and Glasgow is shifting into a time of change, the city has looked to add a growth policy. The decision was made to go ahead with the policy through the firm DJ&A. Recently, the company...

 By Hal Herring    Opinion    January 1, 2014

Sportsmen Have Say On Preserving The Best Of Montana

Too often in our debates over Montana’s public lands, we seem to forget just how incredibly lucky we are to have these lands at all. This is especially true of the 2.4 million acres of land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in the Hi-Line...


Dogs Need To Be Treated Like Family

Dear Editor: I read Barbara Gallagher’s letter about the dog that was tied/chained with no human contact and perhaps no food/water/shelter.  I, too, observed this during the summer when it was brutally hot, but the police officer whom I spoke... Full story


William John Aitken

William John Aitken, 84, died peacefully on Friday, Dec. 20, 2013, in St. Ignatius, Mont. He was born on Aug. 6, 1929, the youngest of 13 children, to James and Martha Aitken, who homesteaded south of...


Magdalina E. 'Maggie' Franzen

Magdalina E. "Maggie" (Schelert) Franzen, 89, died Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013, of natural causes at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. A vigil service will be held Friday, Jan. 3, at...


Patsy Maxine Reimche

Patsy Maxine (Stearns) Reimche, 68, died on Monday, Dec. 23, 2013, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. She was born on July 13, 1945, in Scobey, the daughter of Clinton "Kink"...

 By Beth Knodel    Sports    January 1, 2014

U13 Girls On A Roll

The Glasgow U-13 girls notch a victory in North Dakota. The girls traveled to Crosby, North Dakota Dec. 15 for a "spirited" match. Six minutes into the first period, Baylie Chappell scored the first... Full story


Glasgow Wrestling Ready For More

Glasgow wrestling enjoyed a nice winter break, but the break is just about over as the team heads back into the gym to prepare for its match against Malta on Jan. 2. Scotties head coach Trevor Newman says that the season so far has included a lot of...


Scottie Girls Working New Schemes

Still searching for their first win of the season, the Glasgow girls basketball team is using the winter break to improve their play on the court as the second half of the season approaches. "We are...


Speech & Drama To Host State

Glasgow High School is hosting the Montana State Class B-C Forensic Meet on Jan. 31- Feb. 1. There are 52 schools that participate in Speech, Drama and Debate; with three divisions. There will be 360 students competing at the meet, the best six in ea...


Glasgow Boys Back At Work

Glasgow boys basketball head coach Norm Braaten allowed his team a little time to rest at the beginning of the winter break. Business picked up as usual after Christmas as his squad returned to the practice court on Thursday to prepare for the second...


Ice Dawgs Ready For New Year

The Glasgow high school team and U19 Ice Dawgs look to start off the new year exactly where they left off in 2013. The U19 squad had two games in Bismarck on Dec. 28-29, but at the time of publication, results were not available. The U19 squad is led... Full story



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