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Sunny Florida

Dear readers - I’m sending this dispatch via the magic of email from sunny Florida. I’ll try not to gloat about the fact that it has been in the 80s every day I’ve been here. Well, I’ll gloat a little bit, but I also realize I’m going to su...

 

World Renowned Violinist and Associate Visit Prairie Ridge and Valley View Home

International violinist Jack Glatzer, along with his associate, Dr. Margaret Hereld, delighted residents and staff at both Prairie Ridge and Valley View Home on Oct. 31. A total of 18 Head Start...

 

Cat McIntyre Reflects on Her Art

Local working artist Cathryn (formerly Reitler) McIntyre's work is easy to describe but, maybe, difficult to understand, while still being aesthetically enjoyable. McIntyre's work has been...

 

Winter's Early Onset

A last mowing to suck up leaves from the lawn has been accomplished. The mower is stored for the winter, with the addition of a shot of Sta-bil in the gas tank to prevent gumminess next spring. All...

 

Floyd the Friendly Ghost of the Fort Peck Summer Theatre

For many actors and actresses around the country, legends of resident ghosts, phantoms and poltergeist run rampant in the creaky halls and echoing chambers of theaters and opera houses around the...

 

Children Get Inspired to Write Their Own Stories

During Library Card Sign-Up month in September, librarians at the Glasgow City-County library utilized the library’s weekly story-time to further educate area children and their parents about the benefits of the library and the process of signing...

 

Mowing Leaves, Winds and Pesky Bugs

We did have our harvest festival potluck after church last Sunday, and the ginger carrot cake (recipe shared last week) turned out wonderful. Of course, as usual, there was too much food offered, and...

 

NAN Presents Supaman

Award-winning Native American dancer and hip hop artist Supaman will be performing in Glasgow next week as part of the 2018-2019 Big Sky Series presented by the Northeastern Arts Network. The concert will be in the Glasgow High School Auditorium at 7... Full story

 

Indian Summer

Finally, we are enjoying some Indian summer. I wasn't sure if that was an allowed expression any longer, or if we'd gotten so P.C. that the term should now be "Native American summer," so I looked it...

 

Unshelved: Montana Talking Books Library

Did you know there is a reading program for Montana residents who cannot read standard print materials due to a blindness, reading disability, vision loss or physical limitation? Welcome to the Montana Talking Books Library (MTBL). Talking Books are...

 

Family Reunions Are Always Great Ways to Catch Up After Years Have Passed

We have been away from home for the past week, traveling for a family reunion. My two younger sisters made the arrangements, and since they both live in southeastern Missouri, that's where we went....

 

Winter in the Fall

Last week was not conducive to finishing my garden-clearing plans. Translation: the carrots are still in the ground. Or should I say, still in the mud? A couple more inches of heavy, wet snow fell...

 

Unshelved at GCCL: Accessing Digital Content

Libraries have rapidly advanced in technology over the last few years, and we would like to keep you updated as to what is available. We have many patrons whom we seldom see, but they constantly use our ebook and downloadable audiobook formats. In...

 

Big Sky Series Brings Artists to Schools

"I was in those exact same seats, watching these very same performances." Though those same seats she referred to were in Malta, not Glasgow, the sentiment expressed by Kristen Estelle rang through....

 

Local Chef Competing for Best of Region

Local chef and owner/operator of Table for Six in Glasgow, Dyan Carlson, is one of eight semi-finalists in the western region competing for the 2018 Eggland's Best America's Best Recipe Contest. "I...

 

Unshelved: Digital Offerings At Your Fingertips

The Glasgow City-County Library (GCCL) has a variety of digital materials on hand in the collection for everyone’s interest. This week’s Unshelved column highlights a few movies, books on CD (BOCD) and music available for check out. DVD Movies...

 

End of Summer

It's official. Summer is over. We woke up to a light coating of snow this morning. Yuck, yuck, double-yuck! I'm never ready for the end of summer, but I'd rather ease into winter than get thrown in,...

 

Artist of the Month Reception at the WAG

The Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery will host Keely Perkins at its Artist of the Month reception on Sunday, Oct. 7, from 3 to 5 p.m. Perkins' artwork reflects her constant amazement of nature, both flora...

 

Fall Has Arrived: Tomatoes and Green Beans

An unexpected early frost has pretty much ended my gardening for this year. It was late in the evening on a cold and rainy day when I realized it might freeze that night. A sense of fatalism set in,...

 

Unshelved at GCCL: Banned Book Week

Banned Books Week is a time every year dedicated to celebrating the freedom to read held this year from Sept. 23-29. The objectives of the week are bring about awareness of books that have been targeted for removal or restriction in libraries and...

 

Cleaning the Garden?

It seems as though our hot summer weather has departed. I don't expect prolonged heat to return so I've taken our two window air conditioners out. They're stored for the winter. If we do get an...

 

The Big Harvest and All the Go, Go, Go

There hasn't been much gardening or cooking done this past week as we've gone after harvesting our yearly income. When the wheat is ready to combine, that's what we do, almost to the exclusion of all...

 

GHS Student Council Hosts Fourth Annual Paint Run / Walk

The Paint Run / Walk is held annually to benefit Montana Warriors on the Water. (See Outstanding Year Wraps Up for Warriors on the Water for more on Montana Warriors on the Water). The goal for the...

 

A Case of Mistaken Identity

Since both the raspberries and green beans are slowing down, I've had a little time to look around more at the rest of the garden. I'm still picking some of both, but there aren't nearly as many to...

 

Raspberries and Beans: The Magical Fruits

I will admit to having been a bit hasty recently when crying about my poor raspberry crop. I was doing the opposite of “counting my chickens before they hatched”. I’m not sure what you call that, but I was seriously wrong. There are sections...

 

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