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Pictured are volunteers who made the Outdoor Classroom such a success. Back row L to R: Kevin Farr NRCS, Tracy
Cumber NRCS, Randy Dirkson DNRC, Nate Ward DNRC, Marc Kloker DNRC, Tyler Haddix MT FWP, Glenn Guenther
CMR Refuge, Dave Fuller MT FWP, and Ron Selden MT FWP. Front Row L to R: Jody Mason BLM, Stone Tihista Weed
District, Ann Kulczyk DNRC, Shaylene Piedalue CMR Refuge, and Lisa Flowers MT FWP. Not pictured are Dean Jensen
BLM and Roubie Younkin and Shelley Mills MSU Extension Service.

Outdoor Classroom always a hit with the 5th graders



The
Valley
County
Conservation District hosted the
21st Annual Outdoor Classroom for
5th graders on May 1st.

Over 80 students from three local
schools and 17 volunteers from NRCS,
DNRC, MT FWP, MSU Extension
Service, CMR Refuge, Weed District
and BLM came together for a fun day
of natural education.


The day began at East Side School range plant scavenger hunt and
for an edible insect presentation by
grazing discussion by Randy
Dirkson and Marc Kloker from
Roubie Younkin and Shelley Mills
of MSU Extension Service followed
DNRC;
by Rice Krispie treats with ants noxious weed ID by Stone Tihista
and banana bread made with meal
from the Weed District;
worms. The students then traveled interactive river modeling trailer
by Ann Kulczyk and Nate Ward
to Kiwanis Park where they traveled
from DNRC;
through and participated in eight
different stations:
continued on page 4

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Wednesdays teaser: A man is trapped in a room.
In the room there is a table, a chair, two doors, and
a small hole in the ceiling 10 inches in diameter.
Behind one of the doors is an extremely hungry lion
that hasnt eaten in a couple of days. Behind the
other door is a glass tunnel that magnifies the sun,
creating temperatures so high that even opening the
door could kill you. How does the man escape?

Answer: He waits until it is night (he can tell through the


hole in the ceiling) then leaves through the glass tunnel.
Todays teaser: I am a nice word composed of five
letters, but the Romans would call me a numbers.
What word am I? Hint: The word is polite.


Valley View Home is having a community rummage
sale and a bake sale this Saturday, May 17th from 8:00
a.m. to noon. If you would like to donate to the bake
sale or rummage, sale please call 228-2461 or drop
items off at Valley View. All money raised will go to
resident-centered projects.

Boats are out of storage, come get em

The Fair Commission has pulled out all the boats


that had been stored over the winter. If you are the owner
of one of the boats you can call Adam Powell anytime at
230-0543 or Bob Hanson after 5:00 p.m. at 263-8625 to
make arrangements to pick up your boat.

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Thursday

Tonight: Scattered showers and thunderstorms before


midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 42. North wind
around 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Friday: A 20 percent chance of showers. Partly sunny, with
a high near 64. North northwest wind around 8 mph.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 44. North wind
around 5 mph becoming light and variable after midnight.
Saturday: A slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms
also possible after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 67.
East wind 3 to 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Saturday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers, mainly
after midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 47. East
southeast wind around 8 mph.
Sunday: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also
possible after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 70. East
southeast wind 5 to 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
Sunday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 48.
Monday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly
sunny, with a high near 67.
Monday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
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Tuesday: A chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high
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low around 45.
Wednesday: A slight chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with
a high near 67.

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Valley County Pioneer Museum Job Opening

May 13th ~ May 16th, 2014


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Outdoor
Classroom

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continued from front

basic surveying with


Jody Mason and Dean
Jensen from BLM;
cultural presentation and
soil education by Tracy
Cumber and Kevin Farr
from NRCS;
owl pellet examination
and education by Ron
Selden and Lisa Flowers
from MT FWP;
horse education and
safety by Glenn Guenther
and Shaylene Piedalue of
CMR Refuge;
and live fish education by
Tyler Haddix and Dave
Fuller from MT FWP.

A special thank you to
the volunteers for making
the day possible, to Ezzies
for their donation of water
and ice for the students and
volunteers, and to East Side
School for the lunches they
provided for the volunteers.

FRIDAY

Soup: Clam Chowder Chili


Specials:
Fish Burger
Egg Salad Croissant
Tracy Cumber and Kevin Farr from NRCS led a workshop on soil health and gave a cultural
presentation. Tracy Cumber talked about soil content and types. Kevin Farr showed different
materials that can be used to make an arrowhead, such as leather and various rocks. Colter
Cumber holds an amazing arrow made by Kevin.

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Ron Selden and Lisa Flowers from MT FWP showed students some beautiful owls and talked
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District 3C Track & Field Results from Lowry Field in Wolf Point, May 7, 2014
Boys Team scores -- Hinsdale
158, Scobey 136, Nashua 112,
Dodson 59, Whitewater 26,
Lustre Christian 22, Frazer 0,
Opheim 0, Saco 0.

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Lunch

Turkey Sandwich Chips & Salsa


Carrot Sticks Frozen Juicee
Choice of Fruit Milk

100 -- Danny Linder, Sco, 12.1;


Pablo Pascual, Hin, 12.3; James
Ryu, Lus, 12.4; Keston Myhre,
Sco, 12.6; Anthony Sones,
Hin, 12.8; Robert Valentin, Hin,
12.8; Taylor Padden, Nas, 12.9;
Hannes Seifert, Hin, 13.5.

200 -- Ryan Padden, Nas, 24.4;


Pablo Pascual, Hin, 24.5; Danny
Linder, Sco, 25.2; Lane Nickels,
Nas, 25.3; Dallas Capdeville,
Hin, 26.1; Anthony Sones, Hin,
26.4; James Ryu, Lus, 26.5;
Keenen Reller, Sco, 26.7.

400 -- Lane Nickels, Nas, 53.4;


Kyle Tryan, Sco, 55.3; Pablo
Pascual, Hin, 56.3; Anthony
Sones, Hin, 58.8; Nick Bear,
Dod, 59.4; Francis Kulpruks,
Lus, 60.5; Trent Stahl, Nas, 61.7;
Keston Myhre, Sco, 66.4.

800 -- Lane Nickels, Nas, 2:10.2;


Jeret Warren, Ww, 2:17.8; Nick
Bear, Dod, 2:21.4; Hugh Cole,
Sco, 2:22.6; Brett Johnson,
Hin, 2:22.8; Jace Schumacher,
Sco, 2:29.2; Kyle Gorman, Nas,
2:30.7; Kobe Ralston, Sco,
2:30.9.
1,600 -- Lane Nickels, Nas,
4:43.1; Jeret warren, Ww, 4:53.0;
Brett Johnson, Hin, 4:57.5;
Kobe Ralston, Sco, 5:25.5;
Kyle Gorman, Nas, 5:25.8;
Jace Schumacher, Sco, 5:42.6;
Brandon Bunk, Nas, 5:53.1;
Sandro Dorsainvil, Lus, 6:01.9.
3,200 -- Jeret Warren, Ww,
11:03.6; Brett Johnson, Hin,
11:54.8; Kobe Ralston, Sco,
12:03.0; Brandon Bunk, Nas,
12:57.0; Jace Schumacher, Sco,
13:02.2; Sando Dorsainvil, Lus,
14:14.9; Brian Rodewald, Sco,
14:42.4; Hannes Seifert, Hin,
16:20.4.

110 hurdles -- Hugh Cole, Sco,


18.2; Justin Kelm, Nas, 20.4;
Wick Cole, Sco, 20.8; Robert
Valentin, Hin, 21.1; Wyatt
Pattison, Hin, 21.2; Kyle Albus,
Hin, 22.2.
300 hurdles -- Cache Younkin,
Hin, 50.2; Wyatt Pattison, Hin,
51.1; Brett Johnson, Hin, 52.1;
Justin Kelm, Nas, 53.2; Wick
Cole, Sco, 53.5; Brandon Bunk,
Nas, 55.0; Trent Stahl, Nas, 55.1.

400 relay -- Scobey 47.5;


Hinsdale 50.4; Nashua 55.5.
1,600 relay -- Scobey 3:58.2;
Nashua 4:04.3; Hinsdale 4:17.

Long jump -- Nick Bear, Dod,


18-0 1/2; Francis Kulpruks, Lus,
18-0; Jesse Stephens, Dod, 17-7
1/2; James Ryu, Lus, 17-7 1/2;
Ryan Padden, Nas, 17-6 1/2;
Pablo Pascual, Hin, 17-2; Kyle
Tryan, Sco, 16-9; Lane Knudsen,
Sco, 16-3 1/2.
Triple jump -- Jesse Stephens,
Dod, 37-9; Ryan Padden, Nas,
37-3 1/2; Kole Ralston, Sco, 34-9
1/4; Kyle Gorman, Nas, 32-10
3/4; Kyle Albus, Hin, 31-9 1/2;
Jacques Ndengeyingoma, Lus,
30-8 1/2; Spencer Rush, Sco,
30-6 1/2; Robert Valentin, Hin,
28-6 3/4.
High jump -- Nick Bear, Dod,
6-0; Jesse Stephens, Dod, 6-0;
Trevor Banyai, Dod, 5-2; Lane
Nickels, Nas, 5-2; Kole Ralston,
Sco, 5-0; Francis Kulpruks, Lus,
4-10; Garrett Blackman, Sco,
4-10; Kyle Albus, Hin, 4-10.

Pole vault -- Keenan Reller,


Sco, 10-0; Cache Younkin, Hin,
9-0; Kyle Tryan, Sco, 9-0; Wyatt
Pattison, Hin, 8-6; Wick Cole,
Sco, 7-6; Brett Johnson, Hin, 5-0.
Shot put -- Lukas Johnson, Hin,
39-1 1/2; Ryan Scanlan, Nas,
38-10; Garrett Blackman, Sco,
38-9 1/2; Dallas Capdeville, Hin,
36-10 1/2; Dylan Booth, Sco,
34-7; Jesse Stephens, Dod, 339; Harlan Taylor, Hin, 33-5; Alex
Albright, Sco, 32-6.
Discus -- Garrett Blackman,
Sco, 115-0; Ryan Scanlan, Nas,
114-6; Lukas Johnson, Hin,
114-1; Dallas Capdeville, Hin,
105-4; Lane Knudsen, Sco, 10411; Cache Younkin, Hin, 102-1;
Kyle Gorman, Nas, 94-2; Alex
Albright, Sco, 88-2.

Javelin -- Wyatt Pattison, Hin,


132-10; Cache Younkin, Hin,
129-4; Dallas Capdeville, Hin,
128-4; Dylan Booth, Sco, 1227; Alex Albright, Sco, 120-0;
Ryan Scanlan, Nas, 112-0; Lane
Knudsen, Sco, 111-11; Garrett
Blackman, Sco, 111-8.
Girls Team scores Scobey
157.5, Hinsdale 110, Nashua
79, Whitewater 62.5, Opheim
27, Saco 25, Dodson 22, Lustre

Christian 2, Frazer 1.

100 Bethany Lacock, Hin, 13.5;


Bo Dayle Battleson, Sco, 14.0;
Charlotte Jolley, Sac, 14.0; Chye
Handran, Sco, 14.4; Anastasyia
Ivanchenko, Ww, 14.6; Kaitlin
Farver, Sco, 14.6; Gabby Pierre,
LC, 14.7; Kiera Simonson, Ww,
14.9.
200 Bo Dayle Battleson, Sco,
28.1; Karlee Handy, Sco, 28.4;
Chye Handran, Sco, 29.7;
Morgan Guttenberg, Nas, 30.2;
Anastaysia Ivanchenko, Ww,
30.8; Gabby Pierre, LC, 31.2;
Keira Simonson, Ww, 21.7;
Cassie Clampitt, Fra, 36.3.
400 Karlee Handy, Sco,
Kourtney Simonson, Ww,
Morgan
Guttenberg,
Hayley Nybakken, Nas,
Hannah Roush, Sco,
Cassie Clampitt, Fra, 98.7.

64.5;
64.8;
71.0;
82.9;
97.9;

800 Kourtney Simonson, Ww,


2:36.8; Mayson Hudyma, Sco,
2:43.5; Raven Bear, Dod, 3:10.9;
Emily Skyberg, Nas, 3:58.

1,600 Mayson Hudyma, Sco,


6:12.7; Teilor Fishell, Sco, 6:37.4;
Raven Bear, Dod, 6:47.9; Emily
Bjarko, Sco, 6:58.2.

3,200 Raven Bear, Dod,


15:04.1; Emily Bjarko, Sco,
15:18.2.

100 hurdles Bethany Lacock,


Hin, 17.2; Kaitlin Farver, Sco,
18.0; Emalee Fry, Oph, 20.2;
Delaney Beil, Hin, 20.2; Chye
Handran, Sco, 20.9; Alexa
Welchin, Sco, 21.7; Teilor Fishell,
Sco, 22.5.

30-2.25; Charlotte Jolley, Sac,


30-2; Morgan Guttenberg, Nas,
27-3.6; Faith Keys, Nas, 22-5.

High jump Bethany Lacock,


Hin, 5-0; Courtney Capdeville,
Hin, 4-6; Alexa Welchin, Sco, 4-4;
Charlotte Jolley, Sac, 4-4; Sandy
Viste, Nas, 4-0; Faith Keys, Nas,
4-0; Payton Chopper, Hin, 4-0;
Gabby Pierre, LC, 3-8.
Pole vault Bethany Lacock,
Hin, 9-3; Courtney Capdeville,
Hin, 8-0; Payton Chopper, Hin,
6-0.

Shot put Faith Keys, Nas,


29-10; Kayleigh Cummings,
Ww, 26-9.5; Sandy Viste, Nas,
26-2; Grace Carroll, Oph, 25-0;
Ryleigh Delich, Nas, 23-9; Kira
Rosencrans, Oph, 22-4; Beatriz
Quintanillo, Ww, 21-3; Karly
Santillan, Ww, 20-9.
Discus Faith Keys, Nas, 8010; Keira Simonson, Ww, 77-7;
Tyra Fuhrman, Oph, 75-5; Kaitlin
Farver, Sco, 74-4; Sandy Viste,
Nas, 73-10; Kayleigh Cummings,
Ww, 71-10; Kira Rosencrans,
Oph, 71-4; Ryleigh Delich, Nas,
65-5.

Javelin Faith Keys, Nas, 9510; Bo Dayle Battleson, Sco, 948; Mayson Hudyma, Sco,83-9;
Sandy Viste, Nas, 81-9; Josi Ellger,
Hin, 79-8; Ryleigh Delich, Nas, 795; Kayleigh Cummings, Ww, 71-8;
Alexa Welchin, Sco, 70-8.
MAY 14 - 20

300 hurdles Kaitlin Farver,


Sco, 57.6; Courtney Capdeville,
Hin, 58.9; Grace Carroll, Oph,
68.2.

400 relay Scobey 54.0,


Hinsdale 60.5, Whitewater 61.8,
Opheim 65.1, Nashua 67.4.

1,600 relay Scobey 4:46.8;


Whitewater 5:08, Nashua 6:15.8.

Long jump Charlotte Jolley,


Sac, 14-9.25; Josi Ellger, Hin, 141.5; Karlee Handy, Sco, 13-9.5;
Kourtney Simonson, Ww, 13-9.5;
Morgan Guttenberg, Nas, 13-6;
Gabby Pierre, LC, 12-5; Ashley
Carroll, Oph, 12-3.5; Emalee Fry,
Oph, 12-1.
Triple jump Bethany Lacock,
Hin, 33-3; Josi Ellger, Hin, 309.5; Kourtney Simonson, Ww,

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F&W Commission Open House in Glasgow;


Commission Meeting in Fort Peck to follow

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks


will host a public open house in
Glasgow for the Fish & Wildlife
Commission on May 21, which will
be followed by the commissions
regular monthly meeting in Fort
Peck, on May 22.
The open house will be held
for area residents to informally visit
with Fish & Wildlife Commissioners
and other FWP staff. The open
house starts at 6:30 p.m. on May
21 at FWP Region 6 Headquarters,
54078 U.S. Highway 2 West. Before
the open house commissioners will
participate in an Intake Diversion
Dam and paddlefish tour on the
lower Yellowstone River. Thats set to
begin at 8 a.m.
The
commissions
regular
meeting also open to the public -will begin at 8:30 a.m. on May 22 at
the Fort Peck Hatchery in Fort Peck,
277 Highway 117. Commissioners
will make final decisions on:
Public safety and constructionrelated closure rules on the Big
Hole, Clark Fork and Blackfoot
rivers;
moose, bighorn sheep, mountain

goat hunting quotas outside


biennial ranges;
a bighorn sheep and domestic
sheep commingling management
area in northern Montana; and
a grazing lease on the Robb
Ledford Wildlife Management
Area near Sheridan.
The commission will also consider
proposals for:
a temporary waiver of fishing bag
limits for trout on Camas Lake and
Elkhorn Creek near Hamilton;
upcoming wolf hunting and
trapping seasons;
wolf quotas for landowner take
allowed under a recently passed
law;
upcoming furbearer trapping
seasons and harvest quotas;
upcoming upland game bird
hunting harvest quotas and limits;
a work plan for nongame
conservation funded by income
tax check-off contributions;
a hunting access agreement in
Hunting District 411 in the Snowy
Mountains; and
a
two-year
cooperative
management area agreement

for access to Avista Corporation


property in Sanders County.
FWP will seek the commissions
endorsement to proceed with
projects that would: conserve fish and
wildlife habitat and allow for angling,
hunting, and other recreational use
on 635 acres along the Musselshell
River in central Montana; create an
in-stream flow lease on Cow Creek
near Chinook; and allow for bighorn
sheep augmentations or transplants
in several areas.
Informational items include
reports on Montanas water supply, a
fish health rule and a recent request
from Alberta, Canada wildlife
officials for sage grouse to augment
populations there.
FWP ensures its meetings are
fully accessible to those with special
needs. To request arrangements, call
the FWP Region 6 office at 406-2283700. The full agenda and additional
information on the scheduled topics
can be found on the FWP website
at fwp.mt.gov and by clicking on
the For Commission Information
section.

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