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Spring?

While it is starting to seem like spring in North Middle of Nowhere, there’s still plenty of winter hanging about. I’m sure I could get to my garden space now. I’d only have to high step...

 

Another Week, Another Few Recipes

Another week has gone by without me cracking open a single seed catalog. We have had a few sunny afternoons, but the mornings have mostly been foggy. There's an old saw (adage? old wife's tale? farmer...

 

Still Influenced by the Whole Life Challenge

Since we've "sprung ahead" to save daylight for after-work recreation, can we please spring ahead into actual spring? We had some lovely ice fog last night, along with a dusting of fresh snow...

 

Glasgow Thespians Spell Success

This past weekend, several Glasgow High School students took to the school's stage to spell success with their performance of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The show hit all the right not...

 

Unshelved at GCCL: Genres In Your Library

The adult fiction section of the library is full of a variety of genres that help readers define the types of books that they enjoy reading. The umbrella of fiction covers any book that is not complet...

 

GHS Presents: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

With temperatures still predicted to be below freezing this weekend and spring still a ways off, locals looking for an indoor distraction need look no further than Glasgow High School this weekend....

 

Now What?

The Whole Life Challenge, New Year's edition, has officially ended. I was released from their food restrictions last Saturday March 2, so Friday was my last day. I failed miserably that day. We'd brav...

 

Pot Luck Cafe Opens in Hinsdale

Gary Luck is in his element. It's 5 p.m., dinner time, and people are waiting for food, his homemade food, which tonight includes prime rib and glazed pork loin. He is clearly enjoying serving and tal...

 

Cold, Challenge, Consuming Compliant Treats

We’re all still living in a deep freeze, aren’t we? I’d love to be able to go for long hikes outside rather than getting my exercise on the treadmill. The dangerously low temps as well as the...

 

Still Enjoying the Challenge

I’m sorry I missed getting a column in the paper last week, but I was away visiting our youngest daughter in Illinois. She’s also a cross fit enthusiast, and friends with a nutritionist. Therefore, she’s very strong on portion sizes, and...

 

Valley Community Food Bank Available For Those Who Need It

The Valley Community Food Bank, located at 1020 1st Ave. No., Glasgow, has been helping out members of the community for over 30 years, providing food staples for those who need it the most. As a...

 

Surviving and Thriving

I have survived my first week plus of this Whole Life Challenge. I am feeling better about my health and my stamina. Those two miles on the treadmill are being accomplished in slightly less time, partly because I’m walking faster and not feeling...

 

Trying to Get Healthier

While in Florida our daughter talked several times about a Whole Life Challenge she and her husband had done shortly before (and during) their trip to Israel. She was signed up for the next one and talked me into signing up also. The challenge...

 

The Little Mission in the Little Mountains

When you stop to consider Montana's great destinations, it is unlikely you would ever list off Hays, Mont. Nestled in the heart of the Little Rocky Mountains on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation,...

 

It's Good to Be Home

We are home again with no immediate plans to return to Florida. It’s really nice to be sleeping in our own bed again. The air bed we slept on was good for two weeks, but wasn’t so great the third...

 

Christmas on the Range

Seven kids and 11 adults came to celebrate Christmas at the Tallow Creek School on Dec. 8. Linden Holt's broken arm meant he couldn't play any musical instruments, but Zora Holt played a piano piece...

 

Gloating Bites Back

So my gloating about being in “sunny” Florida is rebounding on me, biting me in the backside, as well it should. It’s been very rainy the past couple of days, with areal flood warnings as well as a tornado watch. While we haven’t been...

 

Not Sorry This Time

We are heading off to Florida to have Christmas with our middle daughter and her family. This time Dennis is with me, having had his shoulder repair surgery and then receiving the doctor’s okay to travel. I’m sure we’ll have nicer weather...

 

Unshelved: How Do You Dewey?

The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system was developed by Melvil Dewey in 1873 and published in 1876. Libraries either use the DDC or the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) system to organize materials. The DDC is a system that organizes...

 

Barber Pole Goes up On Front Street

By Mary Helland's recollection, for the first time in over at least 20 years a barber pole is spinning on Front Street and the first time in a few years an actual barber is again cutting hair and shav...

 

Snow and Soup

Some of you might cluck your tongues at me, but I’ve already opened and used two of my this year’s Christmas presents. The snowblower arrived Thursday night, and was assembled by noon on Friday, and in use before dark. I’d have used it as soon...

 

This and That: Bacon-Wrapped Chicken

By the time you read this, we’ll have made another trip to and from Billings. There’s always a follow-up appointment after a surgical procedure. That’s a good thing. I appreciate a doctor who wants to make sure you’re healing well and followi...

 

GHS Swing Choir Shines at Record Release Party

The Glasgow High School Swing Choir debuted their original Christmas music on Nov. 20. Every year, the Swing Choir is assigned a project during first semester that requires them to work in groups and...

 

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