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Articles from the November 26, 2014 edition

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Turkey Day Weather For The Birds?

Family, food and football are American traditions for Thanksgiving. As residents may be heading out of town for festivities this year, they might want to make extra preparations as two storms make their way through the state this week. According to...


Not A New Kid On The Block

You might see students from Glasgow High School, Soroptimist members and other various members of businesses and organizations standing in the intersections downtown Glasgow on Friday, Dec. 5. It's a... Full story


No Laughing Matter

Kayson Azar, 11 months, wasn't too sure about getting to know Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus this year at Pehlke's Furniture. The toddler came out during the Christmas Stroll downtown on Saturday and his... Full story


Another Thanksgiving Tradition

Mariah Johnson was among the Irle School students making centerpieces this week for Thurday's annual Thanksgiving community dinner from noon to 2 p.m. at the Glasgow Senior Center. The free event has... Full story


Same-Sex Marriage Allowed; No Takers Here Yet

It was a day for Montana's history books. While the topic is still controversial and will likely face another battle in court, U.S. District Court of Montana Judge Brian Morris ruled in favor of four same-sex couples who were suing for marriage on...


Glasgow PD Wants More Body Cams

With altercations involving police and civilians making headlines nationwide, perhaps Glasgow is a few steps ahead of the curve. Glasgow Police Chief Bruce Barstad explained that while the department has been using cameras for several years, they...


Site Of Fatality A Concern

Valley County commissioners have been working with tribal authorities to place signs alerting drivers about the sharp turn on Wiota Road where a local teenager lost his life. The commissioners also canvassed the county votes on Monday, Nov. 17....


What's Old Is New Again!

I've heard comments from many that remember the huge Christmas tree that stood at an intersection of 2nd Avenue South. As I remember, it was located in the intersection of the street where Markle's... Full story


Yellow Snow In The Wild West

I had to remove the alternator from the Versatile tractor last week in near cold weather (9 below one day and 3 below the next.) The tractor was outside and no windbreak in sight. It took six and a half hours in two days to perform a task that...


Montana's Thanksgiving Bounty

This Thanksgiving, as you're gathered around the table about to give thanks – for good health, for loving friends and family members, for our soldiers overseas – consider adding another blessing: for living in a state so rich in wildlife. This...


Democratic Demolition Derby

Democrats have had big losses across America this past election, and they are once again puzzled and confused because they believe that “people are voting against their own self interests.” Is it possible that Democrats themselves are not very...


Festival Of Trees

Carlos Gonzales and Levi Overvold spent a little bit of time looking at the entries in the Festival of Trees that took place this weekend. The event helped raise over $5,000 for the Relay for Life... Full story


Dorothy Mae Billingsley

Dorothy Mae (Kjelstrup) Billingsley, 86, passed away Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, from natural causes at the Billings Clinic after spending her last few years at Eagle Cliff Manor in Billings. The daughter...


Richard H. 'Dick' Gilluly

Richard H. “Dick” Gilluly, 82, a native of Glasgow, died of natural causes Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, in a Missoula hospital. A memorial service is pending. He was born in 1931 in Glasgow, the son of Sam and Esther Gilluly. He attended local...

 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 26, 2014

Country Ball

America's original "dream team" struck men's basketball gold at the Rome Olympics, overwhelming all challengers by an average score of 101-59. The Boston Celtics stockpiled another NBA championship, t... Full story

 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 26, 2014

Let The Games Begin! Winter Scotties Open Practice

Practice started last Thursday for the winter Scotties with some encouraging numbers right out of the box. GHS activites director Brenner Flaten said the number of participants on Day 1 totalled 16 in...


Mule Deer Poaching

State wildlife officials are seeking tips from the public about the poaching of a mule deer buck near Fresno Reservoir. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Warden Andy Matakis said the buck was shot... Full story


40th Annual Fort Peck Bird Count Dec. 20

The 40th Annual Fort Peck Christmas Bird Count (CBC) will be held this year on Dec. 20. In the last 39 years we have found a total of 128 species within the Ft. Peck CBC circle, including Bald Eagle, Mallard, Common Goldeneye and Black-capped...


Gobblers Scholarship Honors Barb Marsh

All high school seniors in Valley County are eligible to apply for a substantial college scholarship that will be awarded in February by the Hi-Line Gobblers chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation. The scholarship winner will be announced at...


Junior High Players Showcased at Year-End Nashua Tourney

The boys junior high basketball season came to an end last Friday with the year-end tourney held in Nashua. Five teams – Nashua (7-0), Saco/Hinsdale (4-4), Frazer (4-6), Dodson (2-3) and Lustre...



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