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Scotties Defeat Malta, Unable to Stop Wolf Point

January 17, 2018 Georgie Kulczyk / The Courier Senior Alex Fransen executes the jump ball for the Scotties to begin the game vs. Malta on Jan. 12. The 6-foot-5 senior scored double digits in both home games for the Scotties this past weekend. The Scottie boys earned a good win vs. Malta on Jan. 12,

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Highlanders Compete in Miles City

January 17, 2018 Brady Flaten / For the Courier Leo Erickson checks with his coach during a match at the Wolf Point Invitational on Jan. 13. Full Results: Tot 38.6 - Jack Anderson - place is 4th and has scored 9 team points: Round 1 - Riley Swallers (Poplar) won by fall over Anderson (Fall 0:43); R

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Putting the Sip in Supper

January 17, 2018 James Walling / The Courier Sam & Jeff's co-owner Jeff Knodel shows off a shelf of made-in-Montana craft spirits on Jan. 16. As of Jan. 12, the thirsty among us will have already noticed a big change at the old Sam's Supper Club location on Highway 2 in Glasgow. Here's the latest: T

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Upcoming Events in the Area

January 17, 2018 WEDNESDAY - JAN. 17 1 - 4 p.m. - Veteran Affairs Officers will be in Glasgow at the VA Clinic. If bad weather exists on days of travel, stay tuned to the local radio stations for updated information 5:30 p.m. - A regular Opheim School Board meeting. An executive session will be con

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Glasgow's Chili Masters Fire It Up

Left to right: Jessica Holom, Stephanie Holom, Karen Waarvik and Kristen Waarvik competed in the first annual chili cook-off on Jan. 6. With winter upon us, the Elk's Lodge 1922 turned up the heat at their first annual chili cook-off on Jan. 6. Seven local teams of veterans and rookies came together

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Western Drug Has Fire on Roof

Michelle Frank / The Courier In the afternoon of Jan. 3, the Glasgow City Fire Department, with assistance from Long Run Fire Department, was paged out as a result of reports of smoke in Western Drug. Four engines, one ladder truck, the command rig and approximately 16 firefighters responded. Upon a

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Literacy Raised, Chocolates Swapped

Sean Heavey Sandy Carpenter shows off the book she received at the Heavey Gallery Dec 23. Capitalizing on Toni Marie LaGree's goodwill and a bit of Icelandic lore, the Sean R. Heavey Gallery and The Loaded Toad in downtown Glasgow featured a white elephant book and chocolate swap on the afternoon of

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Bantam Ice Dawgs Split Games with Butte in Year-End Contests

Ian Peterson battles for control of the puck while Gage Seifert holds his wing position during the Bantam's game against Butte Dec. 31. The Bantam Ice Dawgs matched up against the Butte Copper City Kings in two home games Dec. 30 and 31. While Glasgow took the first game 10-6, the Kings were determi

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Three arrested, charged in Sadie's burglary

An 18-year-old and two juveniles have been arrested and charged with third degree burglary in connection with an apparent burglary last week at Sadie's Flea Market. According to a release from the Houston County Sheriff's Office, Johnny Lee Loveless III, 18, of Headland, was arrested Wednesday and b

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2018-01-19 19:23:00

Allison won't seek another term in office

Walker County Probate Judge Rick Allison confirmed Saturday he will not run for re-election as probate judge this year in order to spend more time with his family and to travel. The surprise ... This item is available in full to subscribers. Probate Judge Rick Allison Walker County Probate Judge

DAILY MOUNTAIN EAGLE ONLINE - 2018-01-21 05:09:53

Ivey appoints Mendheim to Alabama Supreme Court

MONTGOMERY (AP) - Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey today appointed Houston County Circuit Judge Brad Mendheim Jr. to the state Supreme Court. Mendheim will fill the seat held by Justice Glenn Murdock, who announced his resignation this year. Ivey's office says Mendheim has served as a circuit judge since 2008

DECATUR DAILY - 2018-01-19 22:54:00

Authorities: Tip leads to discovery of cocaine, Xanax bars

TUSCUMBIA - A tip on the possibility of someone bringing drugs through Colbert County has resulted in the arrest of a Russellville man. Authorities said William Jamar Mitchell, 30, Ridgecrest Plaza Apartments, Russellville, is charged with unlawful possession with intent to distribute cocaine, unlaw

TIMES DAILY - 2018-01-19 16:13:00

'Water/Ways' exhibit opens at Bankhead House

The opening reception for Water/Ways, a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution, was held at the Bankhead House and Heritage Center on Friday. Jasper is one of six cities in the state to host the exhibit. It includes a series of informational panels as well as student art, photos and arti

DAILY MOUNTAIN EAGLE ONLINE - 2018-01-20 06:51:21

3 selected CLAS Schools of Distinction

Three area schools - Florence High School, Russellville High School and Howell Graves Preschool in Muscle Shoals - have been selected as 2017 Schools of Distinction by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS). The schools, each representing District VII of the State Board of Education, were

TIMES DAILY - 2018-01-20 06:00:00

Cold weather increases profits for BancorpSouth ice skating events

TUPELO - Families, couples and even a few experienced ice skaters filled the rink Saturday, enjoying the final hours of ice at the BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo. Kathy Long drove her two grandsons, aged 9 and 14, to the Arena for the first time ever on Saturday. She had never ice skated before. "This

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-01-21 06:15:00

2018 Foothills Festival set for Sept. 7-8 in Jasper

The 2018 Foothills Festival will be held Friday and Saturday, Sept. 7-8, in downtown Jasper. The Jasper City Council approved a resolution during its Tuesday meeting to allow Mayor David O'Mary to enter into certain agreements concerning the upcoming festival. "This is just a standard resolution to

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What happened to King's dream?

Editor: The above is from a headline in the Economist magazine. I know where I was on the day of King's death, as I was working in Englewood Cliffs, at a publishing company, known as Prentice Hall, and we were near Englewood, and waiting for some disturbances, but King's legacy was more than that ni

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-01-21 08:01:00

China accuses US of trespassing after warship sailed near disputed shoal

BEIJING - The Chinese government on Saturday accused the U.S. of trespassing in its territorial waters when a U.S. guided missile destroyer sailed near a disputed shoal in the South China Sea. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said China would take "necessary measures" to protect its sovere

NEW YORK POST - 2018-01-20 11:05:27

Watch as crews rescue 4 teens trapped on icy lake in Westchester

Crews worked to rescue four teenagers who were trapped on thin ice in Westchester County. The boys were trapped on the lake at Edith Read Sanctuary in Rye when they called for help. "We were just there on the island...and then we saw the cop - two guys come out with a little trailer, and pulled us i

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-01-19 22:05:56

Grandma carjacked at gunpoint in front of school: cops

A 72-year-old woman was carjacked at gunpoint while picking up her grandchildren at a grade school in Chicago, police and school officials said. The victim was waiting for her grandchildren to come out of St. John's Lutheran School on West Montrose Avenue on the city's northwest side at about 2 p.m.

NEW YORK POST - 2018-01-19 20:15:11