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Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital is pleased to announce the arrival of a new Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Scott T. Croft, MD. Dr. Croft was born in Lovell, Wyo., and was delivered by his own grandfather, the town doctor. The medical profession runs deep in the family, beginning with his great-grandfather, who first moved to Wyoming's Bighorn Basin to help treat a yellow fever outbreak. Dr. Croft's grandfather then followed his own father's medical footsteps and became the next county doctor in the... Full story
The Cornwell family recently placed more than 15,000 acres of their ranch under conservation easements with the Nature Conservancy in Montana. By placing this land under conservation easement, they have ensured continued conservation of prairie habitat, while also making sure of a bright future for the historic ranch. Recent portions of the land placed under easement include important prairie wetlands with Aspen groves, which are critical to wildlife in northeast Montana. Rare strands of cottonwood also follow along Buggy Creek, which cut... Full story
The Valley County Health Department, with a grant from Farm Credit Services and a donation from STAT Air Ambulance, has worked to purchase and place an automatic external defibrillator (AED) at six locations throughout Valley County. Two other already placed AEDs will get updated batteries and pads, placing them in compliance. An AED is used to treat sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) by delivering a shock to correct an ineffective heart rhythm. According to Valley County Health Department Program Director Lynn Miller, a shock from an AED is the most... Full story
The Montana House on April 3, gave final approval to a bill to provide two licenses to each of seven Montana tribal groups for the traditional hunting of wild bison. House Bill 108, sponsored by Rep. Bridget Smith, D-Wolf Point, specifies that such hunts must be done under traditional hunting and harvesting practices. “Montana Indians have an ancient, spiritual connection with the bison and these hunts should be a part of the state’s management of this majestic animal,” Smith said. “Tribal communities want to experience the age-old... Full story
Scobey High Principal Bryan Pechtl led a group of five students into Glasgow's south side during the high school portion of the Academic Olympics at Glasgow High School on March 29. Apart from patronizing our burgeoning downtown, the Scobey contingent did well in the competition, with four of the five students taking ribbons. Jackson Oie took first place in Social Studies and first place for 9th Graders in Class 2. The entire team also took second place in the Oral Competition, losing out to... Full story
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox testified on March 24 at the Montana State Capital Building in Helena to support Senate Bill 29. This bill, sponsored by Senator Diane Sands, D-Missoula, would change the definition of consent in Montana for the purpose of prosecuting sexual assault crimes. If passed, SB 29 would change the definition to “Consent means words or overt actions indicting a freely given agreement to have sexual intercourse or sexual contact.” SB 29 passed unanimously out of the Senate on Jan. 19, and on March 31 the bill was... Full story
The Valley County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Glasgow man on drug related charges last week. Michael Wagner, 31, was taken into custody by VCSO on March 31 after being charged with possession of dangerous drugs (methamphetamine and marijuana) and criminal possession of paraphernalia. Wagner has been released from jail on a $5,000 bond. At press time, a court date is pending.... Full story
With only 3 days left until the Glasgow prom, my son's date, a senior student from Opheim, was informed that my son couldn't escort her this year because he is home-schooled. Apparently, GHS policy states that only students enrolled in a "public" high school are allowed to go. That is a very untimely notice as we have already ordered and paid for a tux, and I am sure the girl doesn't want to find another date. They were signed up over a month ago. Who would have thought that the school policy would need to be checked as a home-schooled friend...
In a few weeks it will be the days of Passover when Jesus Christ actually died and rose again exactly on the feast of First Fruit. There is a story in the Bible that tells us that Adam and Eve who had two sons, Cain and Able. Cain offered up a sacrifice to God of his best. Able also offered up a sacrifice of what God wanted in an offering. God accepted the sacrifice from Able. He did not accept Cain offering even though he did it with all his heart. Most of you celebrated “Easter.” Where did that feast come from? The name Easter comes from...
Murky waters continue to cloud as information related to simultaneous investigations in the legislature are exposed. There is an ongoing investigation regarding possible Trump collusion with the Russians to influence the election and an investigation into the Obama administration’s monitoring of Trump up to a year before he became the president-elect. Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Representative Devin Nunes, recently unveiled the bombshells that not only was Trump right about being monitored at Trump Tower but that fishy busin...
Do you remember when the Glasgow High School had a Vo-Ag program and a FFA team. Glasgow still has some of those FFA members and I wouldn’t be surprised if some of those “blue jackets” could be found in closets or trunks. I remember hearing young men commenting on particular skills that were learned during their high school years in the Vo-Ag program. These were and are skills that they used for a lifetime. I am excited to hear that Glasgow is actually considering offering this program again. I think that schools might have...
THURSDAY – APRIL 6 10 a.m. - Glasgow City-County Library will be doing story time at Valley View Nursing home. The theme is “Commotion in the Ocean.” 5:30 p.m. - Sugar Decorated Egg Workshop given by Extension Agent Roubie Younkin. The workshop will take place in the community room of the Courthouse. For any questions contact the Valley County Extension office at 228-6241. 7 p.m. - ‘Lives Touched by Jesus’ Lenten Services at First Lutheran Church, Glasgow. Emory Hedegaard will portray Judas Iscariot. FRIDAY – APRIL 7 National Beer... Full story
Sandy (Stecher) Johnson, age 70, passed away on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at her home on Happy Flats in Hinsdale, Mont., from complications of Primary Progressive Aphasia. A celebration of Sandy's life will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, at the Glasgow Assembly of God Church. The Johnson family respectfully requests that Sandy's friends would honor her love of sharing stories by coming prepared with a few of their own. She was born on April 27, 1946, in Woodbury, N.J. and grew... Full story
Phyllis Maxine Kleppin, 98, longtime Valley County educator passed away on Sunday, April 2, 2017, at Valley View Home in Glasgow, Mont. Services will be held on Thursday, April 6, 2017, at 1:00 p.m. at the Bell Mortuary in Glasgow. Interment will follow at Highland Cemetery. Bell Mortuary is assisting with arrangements. She was born in Frankfort, S.D. to Carl and Helen (Gray) Kleppin of Richland and Glasgow. The family moved to Richland, Mont. in 1927. Phyllis loved to work with her dad on the... Full story
Robert "Bob" Foster Carson, 75, of Glasgow passed away of natural causes at Miles City VA Nursing Home in Miles City, Mont., on Thursday, March 30, 2017. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 20, 2017, at the Assembly of God Church in Glasgow, Mont., with Pastor Tom Fauth officiating. Military Honors will be provided by the Montana Army National Guard. Inurnment will take place at a later date in Laurel, Mont. He was born in Akron, Ohio to Foster and Geraldine (Glaspell)... Full story
Duane Oliver Meiers, 88, of Missoula, Mont., passed away Wednesday, March 29, 2017, in St. Patrick's Hospital with his wife, Shirley, at his side. Services will be held at a later date in Glasgow. He was born in Britton, S.D. to Robert and Adeline Meiers on April 14, 1928. He left school after the sixth grade to help support his mother and sister. He then was hired on with the Great Northern Railroad in 1944, where he worked for 44 years. He enlisted in the Marines during the Korean War and was... Full story
Memorial Services for Donald and Dorothy Egosque (formerly of Nashua) will be Saturday, April 15, in Miles City, Mont. Rosary will be at 8 a.m. with the funeral following at 10 a.m. at Stevenson and Sons Funeral home in Miles City.... Full story
The first track meet of the season drew 27 teams (215 boys and 145 girls) to Scottie Field, including one competitor from Riverton, Wyo. The meet was held April 1, and as usual, several proms were scheduled for the evening. That's only significant because several athletes were only partially focused on the competition for the day, and many of them left early for various appointments. That being said, head coach Tim Phillips expects an improvement in the team score for the next meet. Also typical... Full story
The Bearcub track team met in the school parking lot during the early hours of April Fool's Day to share their thoughts on the performances they would give later that day in Glasgow, where they would be competing in their first meet of the season. One athlete texted that they were just down the street and another texted that they would be a few minutes late. It was perhaps not the best start to the season, but one that set the tone for accountability of all track athletes. This year, as agreed... Full story
Girls Team scores – Shelby 400, Poplar 448, Glasgow 462 Top 15 Individuals:1. Skyler Martin, Shelby, 87; 2. Megan Vandenacre, Conrad 89 (Won Chip off); 3. Katie Bieler, Choteau, 89; 4. Abbey Aklestad, Shelby, 96; 5. (tie) Katara Ryan, Sunburst, 102; 5. (tie) Kendall Anderson, Shelby, 102; 5. (tie) Isabella Santistevan, Bigfork, 102; 8. Mia Frederick, Poplar, 103; 9. Lexi Pehlke, Glasgow, 108; 10. (tie) Carrie Hofer, Chinook, 110; 10.(tie) Carly Stodghill, Bigfork, 110; 12. Katie Murack, Conrad, 111; 13. Tyler Matt, Cut Bank, 113; 14. (tie) Ka... Full story