Articles from the September 13, 2017 edition

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Temporary Levy Passes in Favor of Valley View Home

With 61 percent of the total number of voters participating, Valley View Home claimed a win in the Sept. 7 election to approve a temporary mill levy to fund the home over the next two years. With final vote totals counted, 1,571 people supported the... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    September 13, 2017

County Brief:

Valley County Commissioners decided last week to have the Magruder property appraised and to possibly auction off the property. The long time home for the farmer’s market was acquired by the county as tax deed land. The county had offered the land... Full story

 

Cook Charged with Assault on Peace Officer

Tanner Gene Cook (20) is facing an assortment of charges related to an incident on the northwest side of town on Sept. 8. These include: criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, aggravated assault, assault on a peace officer/judicial officer (bodily -... Full story

 
 By Jill Page    News    September 13, 2017

Gianforte Foundation Brings Low-Cost Computer Lab to GHS

With a mission to expand computer science opportunities to every K-12 school in Montana, the Gianforte Family Foundation makes Glasgow High School the most recent recipient of funding for a PiLab computer science program. The low-cost computer... Full story

 

Recognizing 9-1-1 Emergency Day

Thirty years ago, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed that September 11th would be known as 9-1-1 Emergency Day, in recognition of first responders and the tireless dispatch staff that ensures our citizens have access to quickly summon emergency... Full story

 

Search Pilot Clinic Lands at Fort Peck

Pilots from around the region descended on the Fort Peck Hotel and Lanny Hanson’s hanger on Sept. 8. The three-day training included talks, case studies, on the ground training (no pun) in survival techniques, search pattern recognition, spotter... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

Just want to say how much I enjoy Elizabeth Shipstead’s column [“Rural Sisterhood,” Hi-Line Farm & Ranch]. While she obviously tries to think positively, we all know the ag life can be a challenge, to say the least....

 

Letters to the Editor

I have concern over the fact that a group from Helena is looking into getting Amtrak to stop the northern Empire Builder route along the Hi-Line and diverting the train on a southern route through the state to get more “tourists” to Helena. I...

 

Letters to the Editor

I’m writing because I can’t sit silent while radical Republicans in DC rip away the safety net supporting working people. As a caregiver, I care for the sick and elderly, helping them live day to day. Because of my low wages and changing hours,...

 

State Budget Cuts Make No Sense

So I am usually kind of proud of how we as a state have to keep a balanced budget, and cannot over spend our capability pay. It is a fruitful endeavor for sure when applied with the logic and foresight of a well-crafted budget. What I do not...

 

Bits & Pieces

On Labor Day this year, we attended the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Lauckner Farm. There were 120 people who signed the guestbook. Those who were there exchanged memories of the Lauckner family from over the years. It may have even be...

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

WEDNESDAY – SEPT. 13 1-4 p.m. - VA Service officers will be visiting with veterans interested in applying for benefits at the VA Clinic in Glasgow. Bring a copy of your discharge paperwork (DD214) with you. 6-8 p.m. - St. Marie Volunteer Fire... Full story

 

Ollie Merleen Armstrong

Ollie Merleen (Tweeden) Armstrong passed away peacefully on Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, at Valley View Home in Glasgow, Mont. The family will hold a celebration of Ollie's life in Washington state at a... Full story

 

Charles Morgan Carlson

Charles Morgan Carlson, 81, passed away in Billings on Monday, Aug. 28, 2017, from heart disease. A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2018, in Fort Peck, Mont. He was born at his parent’s house on May 4, 1936, in Mountain Ir... Full story

 

Robert 'Bob' Euler

Robert "Bob" Donald Euler, 93, a longtime resident of Waynesboro, Va., died Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017 at Summit Square in Waynesboro. Born Nov. 30, 1923, in Bellevue, Ohio, he was the son of the late... Full story

 

Memorial Services for Casper Martin 'Cap' Czyzeski

A graveside memorial service, arranged by Bell Mortuary, will be held Saturday, Sept. 23, at 3 p.m., at the Glasgow Cemetery. Following the service, friends and family are invited to celebrate his life at the VFW from 4-6 p.m. Cap passed away on... Full story

 

XC Boys Win Malta Meet With Ease

Following two fairly intense competitions held in Williston and Billings, the Scottie cross country team was in Malta for a more low-key race on Sept. 9. The course, which was held at the golf... Full story

 

Nashua - Opheim Volleyball Results

Friday, Sept. 8: Rivals vs. Poplar at Nashua Lost 3 matches (18-25,16-25, 26-28) Saturday, Sept. 9: Rivals at Wibaux Invitational vs. Broadus - lost 17-25, 13-25 vs. Ekalaka - lost 10-25, 10-25 vs. Circle - lost 13-25, 6-25 vs. Wibaux - lost 9-25,... Full story

 

Scottie Volleyballers Win Two Epic Battles

It was a close margin, but the Scottie volleyball team racked up another win on Sept. 7, against a very scrappy and determined M-ette team. With the exception of the first set, the entire match was a... Full story

 

Glasgow Middle School Boys Win Home XC Meet

Glasgow Middle School boys cross country runners swept the top four places at their home meet Sept. 8 to take first place in team rankings. The Scottie girls finished second to a strong Poplar team. The 1.5-mile race, which was held at Sullivan... Full story

 

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