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Articles from the June 11, 2014 edition

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 By Bonnie Davidson    News    June 11, 2014

Severe Highway 24 Accident Turns Up Missing Person

It was a normal workday for a few NorVal employees on their way back from an annual meeting in Circle. As they continued along Hwy. 24 heading towards Fort Peck on Friday, June 6, they saw a few vehicles stopped in the middle of the road, near mile... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    June 11, 2014

Dismissed: St. Marie Bankruptcy Case

It’s been a tumultuous road for development at St. Marie. A decision made by a judge late last week could make an impact for St. Marie Development Corporation of MT. U.S Bankruptcy Judge Ralph B. Kirscher ruled Thursday, June 5, that the filing...


Civic Duty

WeatherGuard Corporation, of Great Falls, is prepping the Glasgow Civic Center for a little facelift. The $54,000 project started Tuesday, June 10, and will take about three weeks. They'll be... Full story

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    June 11, 2014

Bakken Documentary Filming To Begin

With a lot of focus on problems, housing and changes around the Bakken, sometimes the stories of real people are overlooked. A few Montana documentarians have been raising funds to change that through a Kickstarter campaign and will be filming in...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    June 11, 2014

Pioneer Museum Rekindles Early Days Of Baker's Jewelry

Preserving the local history and sharing it with future generations is a big job. The Valley County Pioneer Museum has taken on that task and they welcome visitors into the museum every third Sunday i...

 By Bonnie Davidson    News    June 11, 2014

Courthouse Shooting Scenario All About Safety

While employees of the Valley County Courthouse gathered in the court room with law enforcement, they were briefed on safety procedures. As unnerving as it sounded, they were given a scenario of a shooter entering the building and explained how a...

 By Virgil Vaupel    Opinion    June 11, 2014

Political Correctness Gone Too Far

Has political correctness (and our own Constitution) given in to the Muslim radicals who would rid America of our cherished Christian beliefs? By my unofficial count, those people have cost America thousands of lost lives, thousands of lost work days... Full story

 By Gwen Cornwell    Opinion    June 11, 2014

Pranks On The Bride & Groom

June is the traditional month for weddings. Do you remember when weddings were followed up by friends and relatives with a chivaree (or shivaree)? Since I had to look up the spelling of the word, I did learn that it means “mock serenade.” I just...

 By Michelle Tade    Opinion    June 11, 2014

Two Rivers Economic Growth Wants You

Two Rivers Economic Growth has launched its member campaign for the new fiscal year and invites you to participate. Two Rivers – your local nonprofit development organization, has been serving the needs of Valley County for more than 22 years with...


Turning A New Leaf

You might say I'm a food addict. I'm a self pledged foodie who loves to go home and spend time cooking unique and interesting dinners. While I find it relaxing, it can be a double-edged sword. It takes my mind of the day's events and those nagging,...


Mavis 'Mickey' Avon Failing

Mavis "Mickey" Avon (Buckles) Failing, (Chatga-Wiya), Left-Hand Woman, 77, passed on to the other side on Monday, June 2, 2014, at the Billings Clinic with her loved ones at her side. She was born...


Marlene Graham

Marlene (Bice) Graham, 72, passed away on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, at the Billings Clinic in Billings, Mont. Services for Marlene will be Wednesday, June 11, at 2 p.m. at the Bell Chapel in Glasgow...


Sandrea E. Lonebear

Sandrea E. Grandchamp Lonebear, 69, passed away on Sunday, June 8, 2014, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow. She was born on July 5, 1944 in Frazer, the daughter of Joseph and...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    June 11, 2014

Fishing For The Top Prize

Hook, line and sink them. The 15th annual Milk River Catfish Classic took place this past Saturday and saw fishermen from all over the region come to Glasgow for a great day of fishing. The... Full story

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    June 11, 2014

A League Of Their Own

After suffering their first loss of the season, the Glasgow Reds rebounded nicely with a 13-1 victory over Havre on Monday. "The batting was good," said Reds head coach Jack Sprague. "We had good...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    June 11, 2014

Glasgow's Herbert, Dailey Receive Senior Athlete Honors

Glasgow High School added two more athletes to the prestigious Senior Athlete of the Year club as the head varsity coaches determined that seniors Lane Herbert and Megan Dailey fit the mold to receive...

 By Quinn Robinson    Sports    June 11, 2014

Kiwanis Swim Team Starts Season

The Glasgow Kiwanis swim team has started their season and one meet in is already beginning to make waves. The team traveled to Sidney this past weekend and ended up taking third place in the two-day event with a score of 532 points. Glendive...


Watercraft Station Opens Thursday

Boat owners and operators are reminded that they are required to stop at a state-run aquatic invasive species check and cleaning station that will be operating in the Fort Peck Information Center parking lot from June 12 through the Labor Day weekend...


Scottie Hoops Camp Begins June 16

Glasgow boys basketball head coach Norm Braaten will be conducting the 2014 Scotties Boys Basketball Camp starting June 16. The camp will have two sessions. The first session will be for grades seven-nine from 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. The second session,... Full story


Aaron Chatten Tourney June 21-22

The 4th annual Aaron Chatten Memorial Softball Tournament will take place June 21-22 in Glasgow. The first 20 teams to register are in. Registration is $175 per team and teams need to have five guys and gals. Contact the GRD for more... Full story



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Eddie Bundus Plows Ground in 1926

Eddie Bundus is breaking up ground on a tractor. The photo was taken in 1926, a few years before the Great Depression hit and drought shook up the area and sent many homesteaders packing. This photo... Full story


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