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Articles from the November 27, 2013 edition

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Time For A Nice Stroll

Ready to stroll? The annual Christmas Stroll to celebrate the holiday season arrives in downtown Glasgow at noon this Saturday, Nov. 30, and last until 5 p.m. Those participating in the stroll with... Full story


Sheriff's Vehicle Bashed Head On In High-Speed Chase

Sunday night went out with a bang for the Valley County Sheriff’s Office. What started as a vehicle doing donuts in a yard turned into a 45-minute high speed chase. Nicholas Davis and Austine Beil, both of Hinsdale, were both arrested on multiple...


City Faces Crunch Time For Levee

One of the hottest topics at the Glasgow City Council meeting had council members and the mayor trying to figure out how to handle higher waters. With flood being a common problem in the Glasgow area, the city council tried to discuss taking action...


Court Clerk Lynn Gilbert Named Judge

Judges are not the most visible in the community, but their work does make an impact in the community. City Judge Dave Riggin is retiring at the end of this year, and at the last Glasgow City Council meeting the decision was made to fill his...


Gift Season Arrives

Carly and Sue Olsen of Whitewater, at left, sold several horseshoe crosses at the annual AAUW Community Bazaar in the Glasgow Civic Center on Saturday, Dec. 23. Carly has been making items for craft... Full story


Mayor-Elect Erickson's Council Seat Up For Grabs

The outcome of the November election left some tension and a vacancy open at the Glasgow City Council meeting that took place on Monday, Nov. 18. The city council had to seek a new position left vacant by Becky Erickson, who will take the mayor’s...


High Hopes For The Hi-Line

It seems the Hi-Line is a mixed box of chocolates. Our trip to Glasgow has begun with one big adventure. We started out breaking down near Big Sandy and being stranded in Havre, and have found that kindness in strangers here is much more than we ever... Full story


Rebecca Rodriguez, A Truly Remarkable Young Lady

Friends, I'd like you to meet Rebecca Rodriguez who is originally from Texas, now lives in Seattle with her husband, and attends college in California. Rebecca is doing her master's degree thesis in... Full story


What If...We Showed Thanks Year Round?

Turkey. Mashed potatoes and gravy. Dressing. Cranberries. Pumpkin pie. Can’t you almost taste all these wonderful foods? I can and will as I sit down to the table with my brother and a cousin and his family for Thanksgiving dinner. And before we...


Sportsmen To BLM: Conserve These Lands

Dear Editor: The Hi-Line District of the BLM is, right now, developing a management plan that will determine what happens to some of the very best intact and undeveloped public lands for decades to come. This “Resource Management Plan” will inclu...


You Can Still Take The GED Here

I began teaching the GED classes in Glasgow in fall 2013. It was rewarding and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I would get such a feeling of accomplishment when a student got their GED. Most of my students were able to get better jobs and some went on to...


Alma Isabelle Robertson

Oscar couldn't bear another birthday without his beautiful bride, Alma. Alma Isabelle (Newell) Robertson, 90, went to join her husband on Monday, Nov. 18, 2013. No services are planned at this time....


William J. 'Bill' Court

William J. "Bill" Court was born on July 5, 1927, to parents Nick and Olga Court, on the family farm south of Hinsdale, Mont. He died from cancer on, Nov. 21, 2013, in Billings, at the age of 86....


Sister Christopher (Mary) Weber

Sister Christopher (Mary) Weber, 84, died Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, at Talahi Senior Campus in St. Cloud, Minn. She was born and raised in Nashua and Glasgow. She attended South Side Grammar Public...


34 Scotties Qualify For Academic All-State

Scottie student athletes are earning plenty of success on an off the field and court these days. Thirty-four Glasgow High School student athletes, including cheerleaders, are Academic All-State Qualifiers with the Montana Coaches Association. It's... Full story


Ice Dawgs Silence Havre Boo Birds

On Saturday the Ice Dawg high school team traveled to Havre for a pair of games against the Ice Hawks. As is normal in Havre, the games were hard-fought, physical affairs that saw a parade of players from both benches make their way to the penalty... Full story


Hinsdale/Saco Play Like Titans

According to Head Coach Kraig Nordahl of the Hinsdale/Saco Lady Titans, this team handles the ball well, shoots well, takes instruction well, rebounds well, defends well and fights for every point...


Dream Team Rounds Up A Third Place

On Saturday, Nov. 23, the Glasgow High School Speech and Drama team competed in the Roundup B & C Invitational against 13 other teams. It is not often that Glasgow is able to compete against southern teams such as Sweetgrass, Columbus and White Sulfu...

 By Ron Selden    Sports    November 27, 2013

Region 6 Hunting Numbers, Reported Harvests Still Down

Hunter numbers and reported harvests at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 game check station outside Havre are still down when compared to past years. “Hunter numbers so far this year have only been about 2 percent lower than last year...



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