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Articles from the December 24, 2014 edition

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The Real Santa Lives In Glasgow

"It's everyday and all year for Santa," Santa Claus said. It was going to be a long day, but there will certainly be some magic in the air as he worked through. He took a quick look at his hair and... Full story


Dear Santa

Local students are lucky that Santa decided to share these letters and kind words he received from students at some Valley County schools, including Irle Elementary School in Glasgow. The big man in...


County Airport Marks One Year In Airport Management

There won’t be any huge celebrations marking one year. No balloons, no flowers, no parties, only a silent passing of the one year anniversary since Valley County took over the Wokal Field Glasgow International Airport. While the airport is out of...


Walking By Faith: Traveling Around The United States By Foot

It all started with a story. Prayer Circles by Mark Batterson. He never even finished the book before he was ready for a challenge. Something that even he, himself, thought was a little crazy. He was...


Here's To The Power Rangers

In Opheim, we have had more than our share of fog in the last several months. In the summer it is OK as it usually means that we will get moisture in 90 days, so we put up with it. In the winter,... Full story


Christmas Shopping?

Christmas shopping? Do you remember when a Schafer or Parker fountain pen and ever sharp pencil were a sure gift for someone in your life? This was way before ball point pens. You needed a bottle of ink to fill this pen. Put the pen in the ink...


Land Bill Agreement A Talking Point In Montana

News releases sent out cited the Montana Lands Bill Agreement as historic. The announcement came Dec. 3 and caused some confusion as it was included in the National Defense Authorization Act. Sen. Jon Tester, Sen. John Walsh and U.S. Rep. Steve...


Paying The Border Patrol

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., last week released the following statement after the president signed the Border Patrol Agent Pay Reform Act into law. Tester, along with Senator John McCain, R-Ariz., introduced and successfully pushed the bipartisan legisl...

 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 24, 2014

Scotties Roll Into Break 5-0

The Glasgow Scotties got what they wanted – an early bit of revenge against Malta, the team that ended their season last year at State. G-town went downtown against the visiting Mustangs last... Full story

 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 24, 2014

Veteran Malta Too Much For Young GHS

The M-ettes of Malta are M-pressive this season. This the Scotties know. Malta's veteran basketball team visited GHS last week and showed in a 58-15 victory why it's a contender for the state Class B title a year after finishing second. “You know,...

 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 24, 2014

Glasgow 23rd Of 46 Teams At CMR Mat Meet

Four Glasgow Scottie wrestlers came within a match of placing last weekend at the strong CMR Holiday Classic Invitational Tournament: Kasey Seyfert at 120, Cody King at 145, Tony Kaiser at 170 and heavyweight Joe Doney. Each advanced to the...


Ice Dawg Squirts Come Up Big

The Ice Dawgs Squirts travelled to Butte for the four-game MAHA festival last weekend. They went 4-0. The Dawgs would take on Butte early in Saturday morning – and take the early lead on the scoreboard. Peyton Hubbard started the scoring on Trevor...


John Mervin Dirks

John Mervin Dirks, 86, of Savage, Mont., passed away from natural causes on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, at the Sidney Health Center in Sidney. He was born Sept. 14, 1928, in Dalmeny, Saskatchewan,...


Lola Pyle

Lola (Penner) Pyle, 91, a daughter of Henry and Mary Penner, was born in Dallas, Ore., on Dec. 12, 1923. Her parents and family later moved to Larslan, Mont., where they lived on a wheat farm. Lola...



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