Contributors - Glacier County Library
Our mission, at the Glacier County Library, is to provide equitable access and service while fulfilling the information needs of local residents using our library facilities: the main library, located in Cut Bank, and the branch library located in Browning and the East Glacier Womens' Club Library.
In support of this mission, librarians will select, purchase, and organize materials. The materials will include, but are not limited to, print sources, computer services and equipment, online databases. and audiovisual items. Our goal is to render the best possible service in coordination with these resources.
In order to achieve this mission, we invite and encourage children, adults and special interest groups to utilize our materials, programs, outreach services, and reference services in their quest for lifelong learning.
The Cut Bank High School Yearbook collection contains Owlets (the previous mascot was an owl [1922, 1928, and 1931]). There are two Livewires (the school newspaper [1923 and 1924]) also included in the collection. The yearbook title and the mascot changed to the Wolf in the 1934 yearbook. The collection contains The Wolf from 1934, and 1936-2015.