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Things, Ideas & People . . .

In her Remember When column in the Glasgow Courier, Gwen Cornwell recently wrote: “Remember watching the trains traveling along the railroad tracks always ending with a red caboose? I think that the caboose was used to house the crew or part of the crew anyway. I think this may have been a safety requirement but like so many things, technology has changed all of that. Our railroad crews no longer have to manually throw switches, however I think that this little red caboose often offered a nice little place for relaxing by an old cast iron stove that provided heat both for warmth and cooking. The coffee was probably always on.”
GLASGOW, MT
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MT WFO GLASGOW Warnings, Watches, and Advisories

————— SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING. ...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 615 PM MDT. FOR NORTHEASTERN PHILLIPS AND NORTHWESTERN VALLEY COUNTIES... At 543 PM MDT, a severe thunderstorm was located near Hinsdale, or 27. miles northwest of Glasgow, moving northeast at 55 mph. HAZARD...60 mph...
GLASGOW, MT
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Area Teens Attend Youth Camps

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held their annual youth camps at Ft. Peck Lake June 8–11. Over 100 youth and 30 leaders from the Glendive Stake of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints attended the camps. The youth came from Sidney, Bainville, Watford City, Miles City, Poplar, Wolf Point, Jordan, Glendive, Plentywood, Ekalaka, and Glasgow. The Boy's Camp & Girl's Camp ran from Thursday–Saturday. The older teenagers who were assigned as Youth leaders arrived on Wednesday to set up camp, plan activities, and organize the groups of youth that they would supervise.
SIDNEY, MT
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