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Articles from the December 31, 2014 edition

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The Band Keeps On Playing: See Cap Holter Ring In New Year

Age is just a number. A local resident has been around 95 years and still likes to ring in the New Year with a little bit of dancing. He said he probably likes to dance more than he plays his... Full story


2015, Here We Come!

It's New Year's! What's a fourth-grader to do? Here's an idea from the Opheim School in the class of Mrs. Arnold, and East Side School students in the classes of Mrs. Billingsley, Mrs. Fauth, Mrs....


Leave The Keys At Home, Free Rides For New Year's

The tradition will continue this year, so if you’re planning on painting the town red this New Year’s Eve the option for a ride home will still be there. Instead of picking up the keys after that New Year’s kiss, you can call a volunteer from...


Glasgow's Light Show Still On Display

A favorite tradition for some is to drive around and look at all the lights on display around the Christmas season. Several houses were completely decked out for the holidays, but one home got some no...


Gingerbread Fun

Trevor Dulaney, Jack Cornwell, Shawna Buckles, and Ava Lloyd discusses their projects with Ava's Mom, Ellen Lloyd, in Mrs. Gamas's Gingerbread House activity at East Side School . Students worked on... Full story


Dr. Halverson Makes House Call To His Roots

During my recent trip home to Glasgow in mid-November, I realized my visit was too short but nevertheless full of activities and fun. As a result, I wanted to send a note and say Glasgow was such a... Full story


New Year Remembering Old Friends

In just a few days another year comes to an end. Somehow the years seem to pass much more quickly than they used to. Before I know it, I’m looking at a new year beginning before I’m finished with the old one. Each year fills our lives with...


Remember Old New Years?

2014 comes to an end and 2015 rolls in. How many of us will stay up until midnight to bring in the new year? I am going to go out on a limb and guess that many of you that read this column may decide that the New Year will make it in, with or...


A Year At The Courier: Ready To Ring In The New

Movie stars, drug deals and Santa. As I get ready to look through all the top stories in the last year at the Glasgow Courier, I can’t help but think what an interesting year it’s been. I moved to Glasgow and officially spent a year working here...


Baylor, 1910.

This photo is of H.O.M. Johnstone in 1910. It was taken in the Baylor community. The community was named after a settler named Clarence "Bill" Baylor. He trailed cattle up from Texas and worked for... Full story


Hinsdale's Belly Bump Tournament Returns

They're about to let it all hang out. Sometimes the years are kinder to others, but Hinsdale alum are continuing a favorite tradition this year, the Hinsdale Belly Bump. The idea that any Hinsdale... Full story


Fossum Makes Shrine Game Roster

The greatly honored and awaited Shrine Game Roster was released last week. Last year was the first year in a handful of years that a Scottie made that list. This year, Chase Fossum will follow in...

 By Jim Orr    Sports    December 31, 2014

Winter Break Almost Over

The Christmas break is just about over for Valley County basketball teams, who ring in the 2015 portion of their seasons this weekend with a busy slate of boys and girls games. The Glasgow Scotties...


District 3-C Conference Standings

BOYS Frazer 2-0 5-1 Hinsdale 2-0 5-1 Saco/Whitewater 2-1 2-5 Scobey 1-1 3-2 Nashua 1-2 1-3 Dodson 0-2 0-2 Lustre 0-2 0-2 Last Week Saco/WW over Dodson Hinsdale 58 Lustre 31 Frazer 49 Scobey 45 Nashua 52 Lustre 45 Scobey 58 Dodson 18 Frazer 69... Full story



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