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Articles from the November 28, 2018 edition

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Personal Connection Turns Eagle Scout Project Into Benefit for Community

Senior at Glasgow High School Dillon Godwin couldn't decide what to do for his Eagle Scout project, even as time was quickly running out to choose and execute a project. It wasn't until an idea from...

 

Corpron Agrees to Plea in Drug Case

In a plea agreement filed Nov. 16, Darrell Lee Corpron pleaded guilty to two felony counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs (methamphetamine). Each count carried a maximum sentence of five years in the state prison and/or a fine up to...

 

Celebrating Community With Thanksgiving

Members of the community came together on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22, at the Glasgow Senior Citizen Center to enjoy good company and food prepared and served by volunteers comprised of the Glasgow High...

 

A Time of Giving:

The FMDH Foundation's "Tree of Life" has become an annual holiday tradition in our community. The Tree was lit on Nov. 24 and will remain so until New Years. During this time we invite you to support...

 

Two Killed, Two Injured in Highway 2 Crash Last Friday

Valley County Sheriff Buerkle has reported that two county residents were killed in a car crash Nov. 23, when they were struck by a truck attempting to make an apparent U-turn on U.S. Highway 2 near the Highway 24 intersection. Buerkle stated that...

 

Millennials Are Killing, Again

One important story got lost last month in the incessant election coverage. Millennials, those prolific killers of all things Boomers love, are at it again. This time they are killing American cheese, preferring “fancier” cheeses, such as...

 

Fun Cousin Times Are Wonderful Memories

Some weeks ago I mentioned a friend that has shared old memorabilia with me. I sincerely hope this person did not take offense from my “who needs enemies” remark. I love to have readers and friends share thoughts and memories with me, and I will...

 

Back to Regular Life

I have returned from sunny Florida to somewhat grey and gloomy northeastern Montana. It wasn’t as bad as I’d expected, although I found it rather chilly the first couple of days. Of course, I was lucky enough to be away for the record-breaking co...

 
 By Bill Geer    Opinion    November 28, 2018

Managing CWD Will Take Cooperation From All Montanans

Montana hunters have been afield pursuing deer, elk and other big game, just as we have done for decades. But new this year is the knowledge that chronic wasting disease (CWD) is present in our state’s mule deer and white-tailed deer. Last...

 

Teen Stress and Substance Abuse: A Two-Part Series

You remember the feeling: Standing up in front of the class, palms sweating, trying to remember the words you had so carefully memorized the night before; waiting on the edge of the dance floor; the test you absolutely didn’t study for; the first d...

 

Teen Stress and Substance Abuse: A Two-Part Series

All parents wish they could protect their children from experiencing pain or stress. A teenager today will be faced with new challenges and stessors continually. The national Child Traumatic Stress Network reports that 4 out of 10 adolescents have...

 

ServSafe Classes Offered

Montana Department of Agriculture, your local health departments and Montana State University Extension work hard to make sure safe food is prepared and served in restaurants and other food establishments. Montana State University Extension helps by... Full story

 

First Lutheran Annual Bake Sale

First Lutheran Church will be having their annual Bake Sale on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9 a.m. to noon. For 20 years, members of the congregation have baked krumkaka, rosettes, sandbakkels and lefse... Full story

 

Santa Paws at Valley Vet Clinic

The Valley Veterinary Clinic will be hosting a free-will donation Santa Paws event on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to noon. Local residents can bring their pets and take memorable photos with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. There will be coffee,...

 

June Marie Myhre

June Marie (Kopp) Myhre, 80, passed away at Josie Harper Hospice House in Omaha, Neb., on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018, in her daughter, Judi's arms, with her grand-dog, Stella, by her side. A Celebration of... Full story

 

Marilyn L. Dykstra

Marilyn L. Dykstra, 88, passed away in the afternoon, Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, at the Missoula Manor in Missoula. Brothers Mortuary and Crematory are honored to care for the family.... Full story

 

Sylvester 'Bottie' Moran Jr. Services

Sylvester “Bootie” Moran Jr., 69 of Bellingham, Wash., went to be with his Lord on the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018, in Roosevelt County, Mont. Services will be held Friday, Nov. 30, at 10... Full story

 

Generosity Results in Successful Elk Hunt

Generosity often comes full circle. At times, it can be difficult to track the path of kindness, or even discern its origination, but that's part of the beauty of living in a rural area. A recent...

 

Ice Dawgs Pick Up One Win Out of Four in Two Weekends

The High School Ice Dawgs have been on the road for their first two weekends of hockey games. Nov. 17 and 18, they were in Whitefish for two games against the Flathead Flames. Glasgow prevailed over the Flames in the first game, 4-3, but struggled to...

 

6th-Annual Class C Showcase This Weekend

Class C Showcase Schedule Friday, Nov. 30 - Saturday, Dec. 1 Glasgow High School Friday, Nov. 30 9 a.m. - Girls – Lustre (H) vs. Glasgow JV (A) 10:30 a.m. - Boys – Terry (H) vs. Lustre (A) 12 p.m. - Girls – Scobey (H) vs. Turner (A) 1:30 p.m....

 

Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area

The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be open Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m to 4 p.m. They will be closed for the month of January. For further information or special arrangements call 406-263-7344. The Fort Peck Interpretive Center is open Tuesday... Full story

 

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