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Articles from the September 29, 2021 edition

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Scotties Give Us Mo, Mo, Mo

The Glasgow Scotties wasted no time establishing possession of the field against the Cut Bank Wolves on Friday at Scottie Field. After recovering a Cut Bank fumble on the opening kick off, Kyler Hallo...


Wild Bunch Descend on Glasgow

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, or perhaps because of it, the arts have flourished in Northeast Montana. This was apparent Friday and Saturday as 10 artists specializing in watercolor, oil, and...


Scottie Cross Country Crushing It

The Scottie cross country teams hit two different trails this past week with meets in Frazer and Billings. The Glasgow girls won in Frazer with a score of 80 over Plentywood, 96 and Scobey, 115. The...


'Hail to the Chief'

Glasgow Police Department Chief Robert Weber was sworn in to his new position during the regular scheduled City Council meeting Monday, rescheduled from last week. The council members were so excited...


Mavericks Sweep Wildcats and Lions

The North Country Mavericks swept their matches against Harlem and Lustre last week. On Sept. 21 they hosted Harlem Wildcats in Whitewater. North Country won 25-21, 25-19, 25-10. The team was in Hinsd...


Sen. Tester Warns of Federal Shut Down

After a U.S. Senate vote Monday failed to increase the federal debt ceiling, Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) said he is concerned of a potential government shutdown. He also condemned his colleagues across...


Nashua Volleyball

The Nashua Porcupines split their matches last week, losing to the Scobey Spartans 25-15, 25-9, 25-12, and coming from two sets down to defeat the Wolf Point JV Wolves 19-25, 29-30, 25-17, 25-13,...


Lustre Christian Volleyball

The young Lustre Christian Lions volleyball team traveled to Hinsdale and Bainville last week for matches. Though the Lions played with heart they dropped both matches on the road. They fell to the...


GMS Cross Country

The Glasgow Middle School cross country teams traveled to Frazer on Sept. 23 to participate in the 54th annual Frazer Invitational. The girls were again led by Kimber Dulaney, who took first place...


Frazer Cross Country

At the 54th Annual Frazer Cross Country Invitational on Sept. 23, the Bearcubs fielded four high school runners: two for the girls team and two for the boys team. Alyssa Toce Blount finished in 20...


Scottie Volleyball Adds Win to Conference Record

The Scottie volleyball team swept their match against the Wolf Point Wolves Sept. 23 then traveled to North Dakota for the Dickinson Invitational Sept. 24-25 where they split their matches 3-3....


GMS Volleyball

The Glasgow Middle School volleyball teams traveled to Malta on Sept. 25 for jamboree action. The 8th grade team lost 2-0 to the Malta Blue, lost 2-0 to the Malta White and lost 2-0 to Scobey. The Glasgow 8th graders beat Harlem 2-1. The 7th graders...


GMS Football

The Glasgow Middle School football team hosed the Malta Mustangs at Scottie Field on ASept. 25 for a pair of games. The young Scotties won both games. Game one the Scotties defeated the Mustangs 38-0...


OP-ED: "It Can't Happen Here," Down Under Edition

Clever tweets tend to morph in content and meaning over time. I don't know where this one originated, and I've edited it to taste as people will do with such things, but I'm sure you'll get where it's going: "It's just 15 days to flatten the curve.... Full story


OP-ED: I never have - and never will - sell your public lands

The fourth Saturday in September marks a national day of recognition for two things Montanans already value every day: National Public Lands Day and National Hunting and Fishing Day. As Montanans, hunting, fishing and access to public lands is part... Full story

 By Amy Lea    Opinion    September 29, 2021

OP-ED: SBA continues to support small business growth in rural America

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of people have moved to rural America seeking to establish a livelihood fueled by entrepreneurship. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, in July 2020 alone more than 550,000 new... Full story


OP-ED: The Verdict is in. APR'S Reserve Plan is About to Hit Major Headwinds

Despite APR’s Pete Geddes’ 9-15- 2021 opinion piece in the Lewistown News Argus that proclaimed everything is going swimmingly for APR, CEO Alison Fox told APR’s membership in a September 2021 email that APR is changing its name and logo to... Full story


Annette "Sugar" Rae Bilger

Annette "Sugar" Rae Bilger was born May 8, 1960 to Hattie Begs His Own. She grew up and attended school in Wolf Point, Montana. She met Robert Bilger and a few years later they got married and from th... Full story


Wayne Elmer Nybakken

Wayne Elmer Nybakken, age 88 of Glasgow, passed away at Valley View Home on Sept. 9, 2021, after a long battle with cancer -with loving family at his side. Wayne was born Aug. 11, 1933, in Frazer,... Full story


Robert "Rob" Charles Romo

Robert "Rob" Charles Romo was born in the early morning of March 22, 1963 to Charles and Shelley (Irish) Romo in the Middle of Nowhere, Glasgow, MT, and passed away on Sept. 19, 2021 in Kennewick, WA... Full story


Constance "Connie" Terry

Constance "Connie" Terry left this world on the evening of Sept. 22, 202,1 at home, surrounded by her family. Her passing was peaceful. Those that knew her were blessed and she will be forever missed.... Full story


Leah Rae (Hensrud) Tihista

Leah Rae (Hensrud) Tihista passed away on Aug. 11, 2021, in Richland, Washington due to complications from a stroke. Known as "Lee-Ray" to family and friends she was born in Scobey, Montana in 1934.... Full story


911 Calls For Sept.13-19, 2021

There were 14 motor vehicle stops, five dog/cat control calls, five animal control calls, four hazards, four traffic control calls, three reports for record, two assists to other agencies, two public assists, one system trouble call and one alarm...


Autumn is in the Air

We got to noticing the other day that it was getting later a lot earlier now and came to realize that it was the beginning of Fall. The first day of Fall this year, was on Sept. 22 and, yes, it...


Winding Down

I’ve been bringing my greenery inside. There are entirely too many houseplants now enjoying the steady temperatures a well-insulated house provides. It seems I just can’t let them freeze. There are several duplicates so I may be advertising a...


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