Articles from the March 16, 2016 edition

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 By James Walling    News    March 16, 2016

City-County Brief

The March 7 Glasgow City Council meeting saw discussion of employee longevity pay, approval of a vacation extension for Joe Horn (GPD), updates on the proposed Valley Court Apartment acquisition, renovations on the T-33 airplane at the Pioneer...

 
 By Heather Swift    News    March 16, 2016

Zinke Challenges BLM, DOI on Bison

During two separate House Natural Resources Committee hearings recently, Department of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Bureau of Land Management Director Neil Kornze admitted to Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke that they knew nothing about the...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    March 16, 2016

Valley County Health Says: 'W8 2 TXT'

The Valley County Health Department will be holding its first Red Thumb Reminder Day in the Glasgow High School Cafeteria Thursday, March 17. Health department staff and students will be painting...

 
 By James Walling    News    March 16, 2016

Burns Opens Up on Issues, Discusses Background

Republican Michael Burns is relatively new to Glasgow. Having grown up in Texas, the 27-year-old candidate for House District 33 migrated northward to be near his parents, who have resided here in...

 

Hinsdale FFA Students Study Sciences While Serving Community

The Hinsdale FFA Chapter is restoring the Milk River bank near the community of Hinsdale.They are funded by the "Living to Serve: Environmental Grant," a grant that helps FFA chapters implement...

 

Glasgow Reds Baseball: Not an Opportunity to Pass Up

Nay-sayers of the baseball program in Glasgow usually say things like: “It costs too much,” “It takes up the entire summer,” “My kids should focus on school sports or a summer job.” In my opinion, all of these drawbacks take a back... Full story

 

Flint Water Crisis: Bottled

The water crisis in Flint, Mich., has been extensively covered by most, if not all, major news networks. All three of Montana’s main newspapers have covered the topic, Time ran a cover story, and the New York Times did a feature piece. In short,...

 
 By Mary Honrud    Opinion    March 16, 2016

Spring is Near

Spring is right around the corner, it seems. The calendar says the equinox will occur on the twentieth, as it does every year, and for once, up here in northeastern Montana, we have hopes that it actually will mean spring has sprung. We’ve been...

 

One-Eyed Jack And Paybacks

Enough pollyticks for awhile. I have a true story in the trucking vein I thought you might enjoy. The sequence of events happened back in the day about 1972 or so. You must forgive me if some of the facts aren’t. There are two different styles of s...

 

Enjoying Your 'Bouncy Days'

If you’ve been wondering why you’ve not seen my column in past weeks, it’s because my husband and I took a trip to Sun City, Ariz., to spend several weeks with his brother. We went on several day trips out through the desert. I thoroughly enjoy...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

MONDAYS MARCH 7 – APRIL 11 7-8 p.m. - GriefShare weekly seminar and support group designed to help you rebuild your life to give help and encouragement after the death of a loved one at the Glasgow Evangelical Church, 152 Aberdeen St. in Glasgow.... Full story

 

Highlanders Throw Their Weight Around at State

The Glasgow Wrestling Club took over half of their stacked roster to Great Falls this past weekend for the AAU State Wrestling Tournament. That translates into the fifth largest team at the event for...

 

2B All-State, All-Conference Selections Named Kolstad, Hughes, Krumwiede Make the Cut

With the 2015-2016 basketball season at an end, the All-State and All-Conference selection for the District 2B girls have been released. With a fantastic season behind them, three Scotties earned their honors. Senior Abbi Kolstad has been named to th...

 

High School Boys Take Third at State Tourney in Miles City

The Glasgow Ice Dawgs High School team finished their hockey season with a third place finish at the MAHA State Tournament in Miles City this past weekend. The Dawgs had to overcome some obstacles...

 

Ruth Ione Feltis

Ruth Ione (Rindal) Feltis, 77, a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and friend, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, at the McCall Rehabilitation Center in McCall, Idaho, from complications of dementia. A funeral service will be... Full story

 

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