A fire is blowing through the town of Outlook in extreme northeastern Montana this evening, and it's threatening the town of Raymond, to the north.

The state Disaster and Emergency Services agency has ordered a mandatory evacuation of Outlook residents to nearby Plentywood. Residents in the town of Raymond -- just north of Outlook -- have been cautioned they may have to evacuate as well.

The grass fire started this afternoon north of the town of Redstone and has burned into Outlook. Officials say several houses and buildings are on fire, including three grain elevators. Only one was operational. Firefighters apparently have saved the gas station.
An area resident told KCGM radio that from his vantage point, it appeared that two-thirds of the town of Outlook has burned. Witnesses say an estimated 15 homes have burned.

The state Disaster and Emergency Services is reporting that there are fires burning in six eastern Montana counties, including the Outlook fire in Sheridan County. Grass fires also are burning in Roosevelt, Garfield, Richland, Carter and McCone counties. Officials have not determined how the fires started. Today's high winds are fanning the flames, hampering firefighting efforts.

Winds in Glasgow and much of eastern Montana were gusting above 60mph and were expected to continue at least until midnight.


According to officials with the city of Glasgow the north side sewer separation project is almost completed. The general contractor for the project, Don Kelly Construction, has until next week to complete their work on the project.

Glasgow Mayor Willie Zeller told KLTZ/Mix 93 news that all the pipe is in the ground and all the trenching is completed and just peripheral work remains. The paving contractor, Baltrusch Paving, is busy with the patching work on Glasgow's north side. According to Mayor Zeller, if the weather remains good the paving company should be done with their patching and overlay work by the middle of next week.
The Bureau of Labor & Industry has released the unemployment statistics for Montana and the separate counties in the state:
County Sept99 Sept98
Valley   3.6  3.7
Sheridan 4.9 5.4
Roosevelt 8.6 8.0
Richland 5.2 5.7
Phillips 7.1 7.3
McCone 2.9 2.9
Garfield 2.4 3.0
Montana rate was 4.2% this September compared to 4.7% last year.
Glacier County ( a large tourism county) had the highest rate at 12.3%. The lowest rate was in Carter County, at 1.5%.
For a full list, go here:
(AP) Four Wolf Point men have been arrested for distributing methamphetamine and marijuana.
Arrested are 26-year-old James Welch Junior, 20-year-old Miles Lilley, 27-year-old Chris Martinez, and 29-year-old Jason Sullivan. At least 21 people have now been arrested in a continuing investigation on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
Another man, 45-year-old Dave Mariani, was arrested in August on similar charges, and is also summoned to appear in court.


The Glasgow City-County Library invites all library patrons to access current and archived journals and magazines via an Internet accessible database directly from your home!
Point your browser to http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/mtlib_p_glasgow. If you find you need a password, type the word "discovery" (without quotes). This service will come in mighty handy for doing homework assignments and checking on medical information.
Other important and useful sites you may want to put in your "Favorites" file are:
1) http://www.britanica.com/ (encyclopedia)
2) http://state.mt.us/ (State of Montana)
3) http://ed.gov/studentaid (Student Loan info)
4) http://www.ipl.org/ (Internet Public Library)
The Gale Group, which is based in suburban Detroit, is considered one of the world's most respected reference publishers. The company's products, best known for their accuracy and intelligent organization, are used in major libraries around the world. So, have fun! And thanks to all the funding agencies of the Glasgow City-County Library for making this service possible.


The Glasgow Police Department responded to a disturbance call on 1st street north in Glasgow at 3:45am on October 24th. According to police documents the department after an investigation arrested a 23 year old male Glasgow resident and charged him with misdemeanor assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief. The Glasgow Police Department did not release the name of the person charged with the crime pending court proceedings. The 23 year old male did post bond worth $610 and was released from the Valley County Jail. Documents from the Glasgow police department indicate that further charges are pending.


Twelve Montana families were honored at the Montana Farmers Union convention held October 22 and 23 in Great Falls in the organization's unique Centennial Farms & Ranches Honors Program, recognizing working agricultural properties retained in the same family for 100 years or longer. The farms and ranches honored this year, bringing to 108 the total number of properties highlighted in the past five years of the program are:
9 6 Ranch, Lewistown
Anchor Ranch, Springdale
Crocker T Ranch, Rosebud
George Ranch, Livingston
Gerhart Partnership, Belt
Green Hills Ranch, Inc., Bozeman
Johnson Tuning Fork Ranch, Hall
Lanning Ranch, Big Sandy
Olson Ranch, Grass Range
Sedgwick Ranch, Two Dot
Stevenson Ranch, Gilford
Veseth Ranch, Malta
Honorees received engraved plaques at a special noon luncheon on October 23 at the Heritage Inn, where Jack Lepley, Agricultural Museum & Center of Montana, Fort Benton was guest speaker.


Art Loendorf of Wolf Point was elected president of Montana Farmers Union (MFU) Saturday by the general membership during the annual convention of the statewide farm and ranch organization in Great Falls at the Heritage Inn. Loendorf, 46, has served as director for District 5 and defeated incumbent Ken Maki of Belt. Loendorf has served on the MFU board of directors for five years and is a grain farmer.

Leonard Stone of Geraldine defeated Kenneth Johnson of Belt for the board seat in District 1 that was vacated by Stevie Neuman. Sharon Kindle of Malta defeated incumbent Lyle Schwarzrock of Brockton for the seat in District 3, and Frank "Bud" Daniels of Billings defeated Dan Downs of Molt for the seat in District 5 that was vacated by Art Loendorf. Elected without opposition were Herb Vasseur of Chinook as conductor and John Wendland of Rudyard as doorkeeper. The group elected Julia Peterson of Judith Gap, Judy Tureck of Coffee Creek, and Leonard Stone of Geraldine as the state's delegates to the next National Farmers Union convention in Salt Lake City.


Congressman Rick Hill held an electronic town meeting in Glasgow on Monday, calling by telephone to talk to area residents on KLTZ/MIX-93. The Congressman discussed many issues from social security to the farm aid act.

He also talked about local projects, including the Fort Peck fish hatchery. Supporters of the hatchery have been trying to get $250,000 for an environmental study so the project can continue to move forward. Hill said he didn't think the funding would come through for this fiscal year, but that Congress is putting money for the actual building together.

Hill also noted that appropriations begin in February in Congress, so getting funding is a bit more difficult now. He did say he wanted to used the state's support as leverage for getting the federal funds.

Congressman Hill also discussed VentureStar and noted that Montana is probably the best location for a northern launch site. He said Montana is still high on the list, but he didn't know which location. Hill noted that there are 2 serious sites in Montana, one of them being the former Glasgow AFB. He stated that Montana's strengths are the natural resources and location, while Montana does not have the big money to offer that other states do.

The Congressman did point out that the feasibility of the overall project is still up in the air as it is a private venture, with no federal investment into it right now. And, according to Hill, investors still hadn't gotten all the funding together.


The Montana State student council convention got under way Monday morning at the Glasgow High School. As of 2:10 PM there were 610 students and advisors registered for the convention. Local families have housed all the students in the Glasgow area. Without those people opening their homes for housing these conventions wouldn't happen. Students from all parts of Montana are here in Glasgow to work together. Students and advisors all gathered for a session in the gym and listened to Andy Thibodeau, a motivational speaker from Ontario, Canada, give his message to the youth. Glasgow School staff and students were very busy preparing for the 600+ Student Council representatives attending this convention. The convention continues until Wednesday.

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(Malta-AP) -- Authorities have now released the name of the second victim, killed in a fiery automobile crash near Malta. He is 16-year-old Gabriel Brown of Malta. The crash Wednesday night also took the life of another Malta resident, 19-year-old Christopher Matthews. They, and two others, were in a car that went off the road on a slight curve, struck a concrete culvert opening, and burst into flames. The car was destroyed by the fire. Twenty-two-year-old Raelynn Dolphay-Jones is listed in critical condition at a Salt Lake City burn center. She had multiple injuries, including third-degree burns to nearly half her body. Seventeen-year-old Pat McCorkle is in stable condition at a Billings hospital, with several broken bones.

Valley County Attorney Ken Oster and the attorney for Glasgow resident Joy Detienne have entered a plea agreement regarding a vehicle pedestrian accident that occurred November 25, 1998. Detienne was originally charged with felony negligent vehicular assault, misdemeanor negligent vehicular assault and failure to have liability insurance. These charges stemmed from an accident that occurred last November 25th. The Valley County Attorney had charged that Detienne allegedly operated a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and caused serious bodily injury to two pedestrians.

Under the plea agreement Detienne is to receive 5 years with the Montana Department of Corrections will all suspended except 10 days to be served in the Valley County jail. She is also sentenced to 1 year in the Valley County jail with all suspended. As part of the agreement she is also ordered to pay a $250 fine and pay restitution as determined by the court.

District Court Judge John Mckeon will take up the plea agreement on November 29th. In the meantime, Detienne remains free on bail.
In other news from District Court, Glasgow resident Jerome Gardipee was arraigned on Monday, October 18th.
Gardipee is charged with his fourth offense of D.U.I. from an incident that occurred on September 23rd. A charge of fourth D.U.I. is a felony and Gardipee if found guilty could be imprisoned for a term of not less than 6 month or more than 13 months. He could also be put on probation for not less than a year or more than 4 years and be fined not less than $1000 or more than $10,000. An omnibus hearing is set for November 15th.

Also making an appearance in District Court on Monday was 28 year old Glasgow resident Troy Norheim. He is being charged with felony criminal mischief from an incident that occurred July 13th.

According to court documents, Norheim was travelling east on U.S. Highway 2 near Oswego at approximately 96 miles per hour when a Montana Highway Patrol officer sighted him. The patrol officer attempted to stop the vehicle and when that failed, pursued the S-10 pickup being driven by Norheim. The pickup then proceeded to turn around and head towards Nashua where officers of the Montana Highway Patrol and the Valley County Sheriffs Department eventually apprehended him.

As of Monday Norheim was residing in the Valley County jail on $2500 bond and is awaiting his arraignment before District Judge John Mckeon on November 1st at 10am.


You may have noticed the construction while driving past the Pioneer Museum on Hwy 2 in Glasgow.  There are crews working on the addition being built on the north side of the Museum.  Here are some photos of the site:

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Senator Max Baucus announced last week that he signed the final version of the bill to provide emergency spending for agriculture that will get money into financially strapped Montana farmers' and ranchers' pockets. The bill passed the Senate 74-26 and already passed the House.

Included in the Montana Appropriations Projects:
- $750,000 for operation at the Northern Plains Agriculture Research lab in Sidney, to be used for research by 3 new scientists on plant pathology, irrigation and value-added crops.
- $750,000 for the Montana Beef Network at MSU-Bozeman, which is a project dedicated to marketing Montana beef.
- $250,000 for coyote and wolf control programs in Montana.

Ed Tipton of Glasgow was elected President of the Montana League of Cities and Towns at the state municipal association's recent conference in Bozeman. Tipton, a member of the Glasgow City Council, was elected by a unanimous vote of delegates representing more than 60 municipal governments across the state. He has been an officer of the League of Cities for the past 3 years, and has also served as a member of the Board of Directors.

In remarks to delegates following his election, Tipton emphasized the need for cities of all sizes from every part of Montana to work through their state association to promote fair tax policy, public safety, effective management and other mutual interests.

Tipton is the 3rd municipal officer from Glasgow to be elected President. Former City Clerk Ramona Tow and Mayor Willie Zeller have also been elected to the position.

Other officers elected at the conference were: First Vice President, Mayor Colleen McCarthy of Helena; Second Vice President, Commissioner Mike Kerns of Butte; Third Vice President, Mayor Mike Kadas of Missoula; and Secretary-Treasurer, Robin Sullivan of Bozeman
The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture is looking for input from their members regarding a potential office move to the Pioneer Museum. The move would enable the museum to be open year round and the Chamber to become a true visitors headquarters. If you have any input, please call Kim at 228-2222 or Chamber President Patsy Krause at 228-3614. You may also e-mail chamber@nemontel.net.

Christmas is fast approaching and many activities are being planned to kick off the shopping season in Glasgow. The merchants committee has moved the visit from Santa to Saturday, December 4th. A Christmas stroll will take place that day. The merchants are also looking for chorale groups to perform downtown. To conclude the day, the Last Best Bash of the Century will take place at the Valley Ridgerunners Saddle Club. A carnival will be held along with a dance. A fashion show depicting the eras of the last century is also in the works. As the date draws near, there will be more details provided.

The Community Tourism Assessment Program held its second meeting on October 14th. The assignment for the committee is to assess the tourist attractions and facilities that are already in our area. The next meeting will be Thursday, November 18th at 6pm at the Glasgow Library.

The next Chamber Board meeting will be Thursday, November 4th at noon at the Chamber Board room. The main order of business will be to elect new directors and officers.

The calendar is already filling up with activities taking place in 2000. Please let the Chamber know if you have an event planned so we can publish it in the newsletter and on the table tents distributed monthly throughout Glasgow.
2000 FISHING SCHEDULE (10/17 )
According to the Good Evening Glasgow this week, the Professional Walleye Trail Pro-Am will return to Fort Peck Lake in the year 2000, with tentative dates set for August 2-4.

And, the Montana Governor’s Cup is filling up fast. If you plan to fish in conjunction with the 2000 reunion in Glasgow, you’d better get your registration in soon. Ninety-two teams were registered as of Thursday. The reunion is set for June 30-July 4 and the Governor’s Cup is set for July 6-8, 2000.
The body of Ruth Nyquist was found in a rural field near Williston, North Dakota, on Friday. The 73 year old Bainville woman had been missing since Tuesday night; Roosevelt County officials had asked northeastern Montanans for their help in finding her by Thursday morning.

Her body was found in a field about 20 miles northeast of Williston. Fertilizer crews working in the field found the body Friday. Her car was found about a mile away.

Her family had said she apparently left home to visit friends in northeastern Montana. In the release from the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office, she was reportedly very shy and did not like to have contact with the public.

Authorities say they still don't know how she died, but her death did not appear to be suspicious. They still don't know how long her body had been in the field.


Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital held its health fair on October 16th at the Civic Center in Glasgow. There were many informational displays and services offered for all members of the family.

Here are some pictures from the Health Fair.

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The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture has set up the fall Christmas event calendar. Santa will arrive on December 4th. There’ll be wagon rides, carling and the Last Bash of the Century:
Carnival, Dance, Era costumes & decorations, fashion parade and much more.

Also, the Chamber is talking about moving their office from the Trailside building east of Glasgow to the Pioneer Museum building. According to the release, it would allow the museum to stay open year round and would allow the Chamber to become a tourist headquarters.

October 22 is the sign-up deadline for all merchants who want to participate in the 1999 Christmas Cash program. The fee is $10. With Christmas Cash, from November 1 to December 24 customers will be able to use the Christmas loans in participating stores. The loan payback period will once again be 10 months with a discount rate of 4%. Last year, $167,908 was loaned out.

The Glasgow School Board met in regular session on Wednesday night at the school administration building.

Glasgow school superintendent Glen Monson said that the school board unanimously approved the new contract between the school board and the Glasgow Education Association. This contract goes into affect immediately and the length is two years.

The board also heard an update on the Glasgow/Harlem football game which is scheduled for Friday October 22nd. The Harlem athletic director is concerned that the Wildcat football program may not have enough players for the game on Friday and may have to forfeit. Because of this possibility parents night for the Scottie football program was Friday during the match-up with Wolf Point. This way the senior parents will be saluted regardless of whether the last home game with Harlem is played or not.

The school board has slated a work session for November 5th. This work session will allow the board to take a look at the school districts needs for the coming year and sort out which of the needs are possible to be implemented.

The Nashua school district has showed an interest in being a part of Glasgow's wrestling program. Monson said that this inquiry is very preliminary at this point.

The school district will be holding a satellite downlink featuring on-line safety for children. This program will be held November 9th at the Glasgow High School and is open to all parents in the area.

Next week will be a short week for the Glasgow school system because of the teachers convention which takes place in Missoula. School will be dismissed after lunch on Wednesday and will be closed on Thursday and Friday. This years teachers convention will be held in Missoula while the Glasgow school board will be attending their convention in Bozeman. The Cottonwood Inn will be the site of workshops for area teachers who do not attend the convention in Missoula.

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital is planing a health fair for October 16th at the Civic Center in Glasgow. There will be many informational displays and services offered for all members of your family. more information about specific services available will be forthcoming.

One area that is always popular at the health fair is the blood draws for lab tests. This year the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Laboratory is offering to pre-draw patients for their blood test and have the results available at the health fair. This will lessen wait times at the fair and allow staff to be available at the health fair to review test results with you.

The lab tests that are being offered area CBC chemistry panel, including lipid panel and ferritin for $20, a TSH test for the thyroid for $15 and a PSA, which is the blood test used for prostate cancer screening for $15. If you are requesting the lipid test you must be fasting prior to the test. Please remember to take your regular medications.

Patients can request any or all of these tests on Tuesdays and Wednesdays beginning September 21 through October 13 from 7am-10am at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Laboratory. Patients can go directly to the lab waiting room to have their blood drawn. Payment for these special health fair blood test is required at the time of the test.

We should have some shots of the health fair up late this weekend or by Monday.


According to the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office, a woman from Bainville is missing. Ruth Nyquist, a white female, left Bainville, Montana, at 6pm mountain time on October 12th. She was last seen driving a 1984 Chevrolet Caprice, dark blue in color. The car has Montana plate 17-4864A. She is 73 years old, five feet six inches tall and weighs about 120 pounds, with dark hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a tan coat and blue pants. She could be carrying a black purse and might be very confused. She is very shy and does not like to have contact with the public. If anyone has seen Ruth, please call your local law enforcement office or the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center at 406-653-6240.


A one-vehicle accident occurred at 10:20am on 10-12-99 three miles west of Glasgow. A dump truck owned by Fossum Ready Mix was damaged when it rolled over in the ditch as the driver Ryan Hoerster attempted to make a right turn off Highway #2. Hoerster was transported to FMDH by ambulance. The Montana Highway Patrol reports that slick roads and speed were a factor in the rollover. Hoerster was cited for careless driving. Hoerster was not seriously injured in the accident. 

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Montana Women Involved in Farm, Economics' [WIFE] annual convention held at Choteau, MT. Oct 13 brought forth a statement from President Edwards, Ophiem, MT: "WIFE: must support competition in the telecommunications industry, in order to provide equitable rates, service, product options and broadband Internet access in rural areas." Edwards pointed out Montana is largely rural and encompasses 145,388 square miles which all needs equal service.

Past president Kindle, Malta, expressed the group's frustration with the Administration's forgiveness of 100% of debt for Third World countries while at the same time not recognizing the plight of the American producer. Kindle stated to Cathy Sparr, Senator Burns' aide, " We as American producers are asked to rape our soil to feed the Third World countries without payment; and now their debts are wiped off the slate. Our debts remain and we are still expected to produce for the world."

The group also took action on the excessive use of Executive Orders issued by the present Administration. WIFE called for a check and balance system as the rights of the American citizen must be taken into consideration.


Citizens for a Multi Species Fish Hatchery at Fort Peck have started a drive to raise monies to be used for the design, construction and operation of the new hatchery to be located at Fort Peck. Supporters say the plan is to get the preliminary design done and then to move on to the construction phase as federal funding and funding from the Warm Wter Stamp and private funds become available.

The group says that their understanding is that the federal government will match every dollar donated at least once. If people would like their donations to be tax deductible they can make their donations to Two Rivers Growth Inc. Hatchery Fund. Two Rivers Growth Inc. is a Valley County based not for profit economic development group. The organization is a 501 c(3) tax-exempt organization.

If you have any questions, please call Tod Kasten at 406-228-4144 or the Glasgow Chamber/Two Rivers Growth at 228-2222.

Your help and support is greatly appreciated.

Glasgow will be the site of the state middle & high school student council convention October 24-27th. Housing for the kids is urgently needed. About 500 delegates are expected to come to Glasgow for the convention, with about half arriving on Sunday night and the other half Monday morning.

If you're interested in hosting, you'll be asked to provide breakfast for the delegates and to help them get to school by 8am. Forms are available at the high school, or call the school at 228-2485 for more information.

Glasgow student council advisor Rod Karst brought up several committee members to discuss the big event: Amy Arneson, Allison Reddig, Billie Hughes, Krista Markle and Cali Riggin. KLTZ will air the community corner interview this Friday at 1:30pm.
President Clinton this week signed the energy spending bill which includes $3 million for the Fort Peck Rural Water System, as well as about 15 other funding requests for Montana. According to Senator Conrad Burns, the bill included over $5.7 million for Montana projects.
Governor Marc Racicot this week announced appointments to a 22-member citizen council to provide a voice in helping the state Public Health and Human Services Department develop a comprehensive, statewide tobacco prevention program. Ms. Dana Donovan of Larslan was named to the council along with 21 other Montanans. The first council meetin is set for Helena on October 13th.
During the evening hours of Friday September 3rd and the early morning hours of Sunday September 5th, a 4-wheeler was stolen fron an area west of Glasgow. The 4-wheeler was located near the intersection of the 6th Street Road and Brazil Creek Road. The 4-wheeler is a red Honda 400 Foreman. A $500 reward is being offered for any information concerning the missing 4-wheeler.

Sometime between the evening of August 31st and the morning of September 1, a gray toolbox was stolen from the back of a pickup that was parked in the 600 block of 4th avenue north. The tool box contained numerous hand tools, including a socket set and open end wrenches.

Sometime during the afternoon and evening of September 4th, a set of 2-Kicker Competition speakers, an MTX 280 watt amp and the faceplate of a Pioneer CD player were stolen from a vehicle parked at Mike's Muffler. The faceplate is black in color and had the word "Pioneer" on it. The words "Kicker" and "Competition" were on the speakers. Kicker was in red and Competition was in white.

Sometime on the evening of September 6th or the early morning of September 7th, a bicycle was stolen from an area in the 500 block of 4th avenue north. The bike is a 15 speed Huffy mountain bike. It has a gear shift on the handlebars and is blue and purple in color.

Sometime during the evening of September 9th several items were stolen from a garage in the 800 block of 5th avenue south, including a Blaupunkt CD player, a Rockford Fosgate 4 channel amp, an MTX woofer box w/ 2-8" woofers, an MTX woofer box w/ 2-10" woofers, a Kenwood Cassette player, a Rockford Fosgate Punch 60, a Blaupunkt 12 disc CD changer, and a white 1 1/2" X 20' tow rope.

Sometime between August 29th and September 5th several storage bunkers at St. Marie were entered and several items stolen. These items include 12 rolls of 48" field fence with 6' posts, one Llama cart, 2 metal tool boxes full of tools, 2 large propane tanks, 1 electric pressure washer, 2 large Christmas trees in boxes, 4 large plastic tarps, 2 fence stretchers, 200 feet of garden hose, a hose reel, 2 dressers for clothes, 3 bookcases, 1 30-gallon barrel of flour, 2 brush hand saws, 6 army gas cans full of gas.

Anyone who has information on these crimes or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-2226. The caller will remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.


This Saturday, October 30th, starting at 6:00 to 7:00pm for mild fright and 7:30 to 9:30 for scary, the Boy Scouts will be hosting their annual Scout Spook House.  This year, it will be located in the old Borderland Photography building behind the Pizza Hut in Glasgow.  The cost is $1.00 and a canned good or $2.00 without a canned good.  The food will be donated to the Glasgow Food Bank and the cash proceeds will go to fund the Scouts Day Camp.  Anyone wanting to go through the Spook House a second time will cost only $1.00.

Here are a few photos of the crew making last minute spooks for the house.

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Grandpa, Rock'in Ralph, Higbee, Johnny Disco, and Hydro (as the clowning fire fighters called themselves) stopped by for a special visit at the Irle School in Glasgow, October 29th.  "Be Cool About Fire Safety" is their motto.  Here are a few pictures from the gathering.

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This afternoon, the Irle School in Glasgow was bewitched with an array of goblins, witches, and spooky creatures!  Here are a few pictures from the school Halloween Party held at 2:00 p.m. October 29th.

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Glasgow this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be the site of the annual state student council convention.  600 students and 64 advisors from 6 districts in Montana will meet at the High School to share fellowship and to work on improving their political savvy.  Here is a look at what is planned for the youths:
(To see complete picture series, click on any photo.)


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1:00   Presentation of the colors
-         General Session #1 with keynote speaker Andy Thibodeau
-         General Session #2
4:00   District Meetings

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5:00   Workshops
7:15   Mini Concert presented by Four Shadows
8:00   General Session #3 with keynote speaker Andy Thibodeau
9:00   "Chances or Choices" presented by Motivation Productions
9:45   Time to pick-up the youths

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8:30   General Session #4 with keynote speaker Curt Marsh
10:00 Business Session #1
10:00 Advisors Workshops
12:00 Lunch
1:30   Business Session #2 with keynote speaker Stu Shaffer Topic: "Junk Show"
2:30   Community Service Activities. Here are a few listed: washing fire trucks, 
           visiting Valley View and Nemont Manor, cleaning VFW. (If you have an
           activity, contact Billie Hughs at 228-8514)

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2:45   Advisors Round Table Discussion
6:00   Banquet at the Civic Center

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-         General Session #4 with keynote speaker Lt. Gov. Judie Martz
-         Award Session
9:00   Dance at the St. Raphael's Parish Center

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11:30 Time to pick-up the youths


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8:30    General Session #5 with keynote speaker Mike Smith
-          Candle lighting ceremony, closing and removal of the colors.

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Valley County Coalition Life Skills Youth Center (10/16)

The Valley County Coalition Life Skills Committee provides a safe place for kids from 1st to 12th grade to have fun and good fellowship absolutely free of charge.  They meet every Saturday night from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Glasgow Civic Center.  Starting in November, the hours will change to 6 to 9 p.m.  To see the scheduled activities for the upcoming session, check out the Valley Happenings page on our web site. For more information on the Coalition, call 228-2489.  Here are some pictures from a friendly game of dodge ball.

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