Published on December 4, 2014
Signing on Firth High School’s Ashley Sanders will continue her volley- ball career at the University of Great Falls. Story, Page A9 sports MissingyourMondayPostRegister? Subscribersreceiveanonline passwordatnoadditionalcharge. Call542-6777. Youcanreaditonline! TheMondayOnlineEditionincludes 20storiesthatarenewsinceSunday'spaper. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk LOS ANGELES (AP) — A lawsuit by a woman who claims Bill Cosby molested her when she was 15 years old has moved allegations of sexual misconduct against the comedian from the court of public opinion into the court- house. Judy Huth ’s lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles accuses Cosby of forcing her to perform a sex act on him in a bedroom of the Playboy Mansion around 1974. She is the latest woman to accuse the come- dian of sex abuse, and is the first one since 2005 to file a lawsuit. Cosby has been beset for weeks by allegations by more than a dozen women that he drugged and sexually assaulted them in incidents spanning several decades. The comedian has not been criminally charged and many of the claims are so old, they are barred by statutes of lim- itations. Johansson weds in Mont. PHILIPS- BURG, Mont. (AP) — Scar- lett Johansson and long- time partner Romain Dauriac were secretly married this fall in western Montana. The couple tied the knot in the small, scenic town of Philipsburg, Granite County Clerk of Court Carol Bohrnsen said Tuesday. “It’s a beautiful little spot,” Bohrnsen said. The marriage license shows the wedding took place Oct. 1. New suit filed against Cosby birthdays Actor Max Baer Jr . is 77. Actress Gemma Jones is 72. Musician Bob Mosley (Moby Grape) is 72. Musician Chris Hillman is 70. Musician Terry Woods (The Pogues) is 67. Actor Jeff Bridges is 65. Musician Gary Rossington (Lynyrd Skynyrd) is 63. Actress Patricia Wettig is 63. Singer Cas- sandra Wilson is 59. Musi- cian Bob Griffin (The BoDeans) is 55Actress Marisa Tomei is 50. Actress Chelsea Noble is 50. Comedian Fred Armisen is 48. Actor Kevin Sussman is 44. Model Tyra Banks is 41. Actress Lindsay Felton is 30. Actor Orlando Brown is 27. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Carrie Underwood donned more than 10 different dresses for this year’s CMA Awards, but when it’s time to get sweaty in the gym, the country star was at a loss for what to wear. “I consider myself to be a pretty hard worker in the gym,” said Underwood, who is expecting her first child in the spring. “The high performance things aren’t pretty. And then the super pretty things don’t last a long time or don’t do what I need them to do. So there is a big gap.” Now she’s launching her own line of athletic wear with DICK’S Sporting Goods, called Calia by Carrie Underwood, which matches up her love of fashion and fitness. Underwood’s new venture makes her the latest country musician to dabble in fashion. Her CMA Awards co-host Brad Paisley partnered with Boot Barn this month to release a line of clothes called Moonshine Spirit, featuring jeans, boots, cowboy hats and T-shirts for young men, which he describes as the perfect outfit for attending a country concert. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: GEOGRAPHY (e.g., Which continent boasts the world’s largest island? Answer: North America.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. Name all of the states named after U.S. presidents. 2. What major city is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan? 3. In which U.S. state is the only royal palace once used as a residence by a reigning monarch? GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. On which city was the original Monopoly game based? 5. Which U.S. city is at the east end of Lake Erie? 6. The Transvaal is now part of which country? PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. What is the oldest democ- racy in South Asia? 8. Which U.S. city is situated at the westernmost point of the Great Lakes? 9. Muscat is the capital of __. SCORING: 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you? in history Today is Thursday, Dec. 4, the 338th day of 2014. There are 27 days left in the year. In 1918, President Woodrow Wilson left Washington on a trip to France to attend the Versailles Peace Conference . In 1945, the Senate approved U.S. participation in the United Nations by a vote of 65-7. side lines local Cosby ANSWERS: 1. Washington. 2. Chicago. 3. Hawaii. 4. Atlantic City, N.J. 5. Buffalo, N.Y. 6. South Africa. 7. Sri Lanka. 8. Duluth, Minn. 9. Oman. today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Powerball: 25-30-32-46-54 (PB: 26) Mega Millions: 13-18-22-49-62 (Mega: 11) Hot Lotto: 07-18-20-28-46 (HB: 9) Wildcard: 13-14-17-31-33 (Ace of Hearts) Pick 3: Dec. 3: 09-07-08; Dec. 2: 03-08-05; Dec. 1: 05-01-04; Nov. 30: 05-00-08 Underwood starts fashion line Johansson Launch of new spaceship has NASA flying high With the imminent debut of its Orion spacecraft, NASA is on a high not felt since the space shuttle days. Shuttle veterans, in fact, are leading the charge in Thursday morning’s two-orbit, 4½-hour test flight, meant to shake out the capsule before astronauts climb aboard. Story, Page A7 Clinic treats anti-IS fighters Most Kobani hospitals and clinics now lie in ruins. Only one is still working — but its location is kept secret for fear it could be targeted by the militants. Story, Page A8 Prison term in burglaries An Island Park man was sen- tenced Nov. 25 to four to 10 years in prison for burglarizing at least four homes. Clinton Johnson, 54, pleaded guilty to one count of burglary and one count of altering, defacing or obliterating a serial number on a stolen firearm. Story, Page B1 Fugitive caught after 6 years Joshua Joseph Walton, 34, was booked into Bonneville County Jail on Nov. 13 after spending six years as a fugitive. He faces a charge of felony injury to a child stemming from an Aug. 26, 2008, incident in Idaho Falls. Story, Page B1.