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White Chooses Children's Museum for Eagle Scout Project

The Children's Museum of Northeast Montana's website says, "Our Children's Museum was created by community members in 2005." What it does not mention is that the museum continues to grow and thrive wi...

 

Frazer Community Comes Together To Honor MMIW

In what is becoming an annual tradition for Frazer School, community members, students, staff, and school athletes came together on Jan. 17 to bring awareness and honor all the Missing and Murdered...

 

Glasgow Resident Recognized For Service to Country and Community

In front of family and friends, Glasgow's Adeline Mitchell was recognized on Feb. 14 at Prairie Ridge Village for her many years of service to the country and community by Congressman Greg Gianforte....

 

Seffarine Entertains Students in Nashua

Seffarine, as part of the Northeastern Arts Network Big Sky Series, visited Nashua School Feb. 5 to showcase their flamenco and Arabic music. Singer Lamiae Naki, originally of Morocco, spoke to the...

 

Trump Trade Winning Streak a Huge Boost for Montana Ag

Dear Editor, America is on a trade winning streak. Over the past five months, President Trump closed the deal on major trade agreements with our four largest trading partners – Canada, Mexico,...

 

Ice Skating Of The Past

I am sure that I have remembered ice skating of the past before but---as many of you know several creeks in our area have run big, resulting in some massive skating ponds. I will admit that skating on these outdoor “rinks” does present...

 

Glasgow Water Project Hits Phase Two

The Glasgow City Public Work’s water improvement project entered its second phase on time and on budget in January, as crews completed the installation and testing of the new filtration tanks installed in phase one and diverted the entire...

 

GCCL Announces New Hours

The Glasgow City-County Library increased their hours to offer more time to serve our community. Starting Jan. 2, 2020, the library began opening at 9 a.m., Monday through Friday. The Library Board of Trustees and staff are grateful to our... Full story

 

Ice Shelters Must be Removed by March 1, Unless Occupied

With spring just around the corner, the end of winter is finally in sight. But with spring comes more daylight and warmer temperatures and that means ice conditions will begin to deteriorate. This time of year, anglers should be extra cautious on... Full story

 

Calendar Of Upcoming Events In The Area

The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. through April. THURSDAY – FEB. 27 6 p.m. - Glasgow High School All Class Reunion meeting at the Elks. All are welcome. 6 p.m. - Love By Choice, a foster... Full story

 

William 'Punk' DuBeau Sr.

William "Punk" DuBeau Sr. passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by family on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, at the age of 79. The family has tentatively scheduled a memorial service for Punk and his... Full story

 

Mary Katherine Tihista

Mary Katherine (Dazell) Tihista, 84, beloved mother, wife and grandmother, passed away on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, after a long-term illness in the presence of her loving family. Born on July 31, 1935,... Full story

 

Starting To Hate Mother Nature

It seems as though on Monday mornings (the time I take to write this column since it is due by noon, after all) Mother Nature decides to frown on us and deliver another helping of unwanted snow. It’s almost enough to make me want to discontinue...

 

Scotties Advance to Divisionals

The Glasgow Scotties boys basketball team will advance to the divisional tournament in Malta on Feb. 27, 28 and 29. The Scotties beat out Poplar on Feb. 20 in the play-in game before falling to...

 

Scotties Advance to Divisionals

The Glasgow Lady Scotties will advance to the Northern B Divisional Tournament the first week in March. The advancement follows a loss and a win this past week in Malta. In the first round of play,...

 

Tetons Triumph in Overtime Thriller

For the third year in a row, the Williston State Tetons faced off against the Montana State Bobcats in front of a packed house on Feb. 21 at the Valley Event Center. The college club event promised...

 

19U Hockey Finish Regular Season

The 19U Glasgow Ice Dawgs were in Salmon Feb. 14-16 for the end of their regular season games. Head coach Paul Provencher was proud of his girls, saying it was one of the best weekends the team has had all season. Scores for the Friday night game...

 

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