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ay, July 10
Please support our
Troops on July 19th
Those great gals at St.
Marie are at it again.
In order to raise some
funding for mailing care
packages to our deployed
soldiers, there will be
a “Sloppy Joe” meal at
the VFW in Glasgow on
Saturday, July 19th.
It’s going to be a freewill offering, and how can
you go wrong with Sloppy
Joes? Yummy.... So please
save the date and show up
in a week and a half.
Sloppy Joes, great salads
& desserts, music for your
entertainment will be
provided as Dave Pippin
will be playing all your
favorite country tunes.
To date, 1,892 boxes
have been shipped at a cost
of $22,229.85 (average of
$11.75 per box of love).
Financial is also offering
Thanks in advance for
supporting our local boys
on Saturday, July 19th!
High Five, Buddy!
Coach Nick Ciafareone gives Easton Kalinski some well-deserved congratulations as he
crosses home plate in Tee Ball. The season came to a close this past Monday night, and it
looks like the future of Glasgow baseball is bright as there were six teams and approximately
100 players. A huge thanks to Valley Bank and D&G Sports & Western for supplying shirts
and caps to all our young tee-ball players... much appreciated!
DC Trip meeting next Wednesday,
not too late to sign up for the trip
There will be a DC Trip meeting on July 16th at 6:00
p.m. at Glasgow High School. This is for participants
and their parents.
It is not too late to still get in on the trip to DC
in March. This is for Juniors and Seniors at Glasgow,
Hinsdale and Nashua High Schools. For more
information contact Rod at 263-8757.
JULY 4 - 10
4:00 - 7:00 - 9:20PM
4:10 - 7:30PM
*No 9:20PM Showing on Friday, July 4th
Rated PG-13: for thematic elements, some Not Yet Rated: anticipate PG-13 to follow suit of
sexuality and brief strong language
the previous films in the series
DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $5.75/PERSON
FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free popcorn with every paid admission at 7&9pm showings
Soup: Clam Chowder • Chili
Relay Madness championship
set, Gas Day is Friday, July 18
The Semi-Final round of the Independence Bank
Relay Madness is finished and the final two teams are
The Scotty Cross Country team defeated Strides of
Hope and will be set to defend their title from last year.
In the other semi-final round Crafter’s Haven
edged out the Skeleton Crew and will take on the Cross
Country team in the final. Crafter’s Haven had the most
sales for the round and earned the bonus money for
their team total.
These teams will have until noon on July 18th to
get their luminaria sales in to one of the Independence
Bank branches in Glasgow, Malta, Poplar or Scobey.
In other Relay news, the annual Gas Day will be
held on Friday, July 18th. For every gas purchase made
on that day, the participating gas stations will make a
donation to the Northeast Montana Relay For Life. (it
doesn’t cost you anything, just fill up as normal, and
the gas stations will make a donation). Those set to
participate are: Ezzie’s Westend, Ezzie’s Midtown and
READY TO GO....
Dine at the“O”
TRI-TIP STEAKS.................. $6.99/lb.
EYE OF ROUND ROAST........$3.49/lb.
Beef Family Pack
NEW YORK STEAK...............$7.99/lb.
Nautilus 1lb. Pkg
ORANGE ROUGHY FILLETS...$8.99 ea.
Assorted Family Pack
PORK LOIN CHOPS.............$1.99/lb.
GNP 56oz. Chicken
THIGHS & DRUMS................2 for $9
5,000 BTU to 18,000 BTU
SOROPTIMIST THRIFT SHOP $10 Bag sale: Thursday, July 10th
through Tuesday, July 15th. Some exclusions. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am4pm, Sat. 10am-2pm. 229 4TH ST. SOUTH, GLASGOW.
Farmer’s Market: Saturday, July 12th. Starting off with a few veggies
such as lettuce, kohlrabi, rhubarb, onions, baked goods and jellies.
Items will be added each week when ready. Complimentary coffee. See
you there...Have a great weekend! Thanks for supporting your local
Garage/Moving SALE: Saturday, July 12th, 8am-12 Noon. Furniture,
antiques, household, power & hand tools, camping equipment & much
more. Cash & Carry. 284 Roosevelt Trail, Glasgow.
Come & Get It Garage Sale: Friday, July 11th, 1pm-5pm; Saturday,
July 12th, 8:30am-3pm. Large variety of household items and clothing. 20
Aiken Road (Past the 6th Ave. S. Bridge), Glasgow.
Garage Sale: Saturday, July 12th, 8am-1pm - proceeds to Food Bank.
Selling as-priced - no haggling. 425 6th St. N., Glasgow.
Living Estate SALE: Saturday, July 12th, 8:30am - mid-afternoon.
Chest of Drawers, Buffet, 2 Dirt Devil Vacuums, Lawn Chairs, Canning Jars,
Fishing Poles & Gear, Vintage Armoire, Sleeping Bags, Bedding & much
more! Half price on most items at 1pm. 1201 2nd Ave. S., Glasgow.
For more info call Patsy Tihista 406-785-2321 or 263-7936.
Estate SALE: Saturday, July 12th, 8am-?. Lots of miscellaneous. 741
6th Ave S., Glasgow.
Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 59. North wind 9 to
15 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 82. North wind around
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 59. East
northeast wind around 8 mph.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 87. East wind 6 to 8 mph
becoming north northwest in the afternoon.
Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 60. North
northwest wind 9 to 14 mph becoming light north northeast
after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 84. North wind 6 to 9 mph.
Sunday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 57.
Monday: Sunny, with a high near 79.
Monday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 55.
Tuesday: Sunny, with a high near 81.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 57.
Wednesday: Sunny, with a high near 85.
Moving Sale: Friday, July 11th & Saturday, July 12th, 8am-12
Noon. Furniture, tools, books, clothes, lots of misc! 621 6th ave. s.,
Help Wanted: Cottonwood is in need of a part time Night Audit
shift. Pick up an application at cottonwood front desk.
Ezzie’s midtown: is looking for full-time help. Starting wage is $9/
hr. with some benefits after 3 mo. probationary period. Employee will
work some 5am shifts & some 9am shifts including some weekends &
holidays. Some of the duties will include running cash register, filling
propane, stocking inventory, making sure the store is kept clean & daily
paperwork. Anyone interested can pick up an application
FOR Rent & SALE In St. Marie: 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath. Call 406524-3742.
ATTN: Fishermen - FOR SALE: 2 boat tires on wheels, 195R75,
90% tread, $70; 1 brand new tire & wheel, 4.80 x 12, $70; 2 new props,
13.75 x 15, 13.25 x 17, fits Johnson or Evinrude, $125 each; 2 trailer
hitches w/2 inch balls, $20 each. Call 746-3366.
FOR SALE: 2003 Gold Wing 1800, Candy Apple Red, excellent
condition. 41,293 miles. Call Bob 228-2365 or 406-480-9433 for
FOR SALE: 1994 Lynx 5th Wheel. New tires, microwave jacks, in good
shape. Call 390-3769.
Can conduct estate, moving, rummage sales: Price it first,
throw it later. Help with clean out. Call Patsy 406-785-2321, cell
Patty’s Greenhouse End-of-Season Sale: Geraniums $2,
4 Packs & Veggies 50¢, and lots of other clearance sales going on!!
Patty’s Greenhouse, Glasgow.
Joyce’s Day care has Full Time Openings. Call Joyce 263-5692
or Tiffany 406-665-6294 for interview.
Northwest Farm Credit Services is seeking
an Insurance Specialist for their Glasgow, MT office
This position will assist in providing high quality, profitable and constructive insurance
products and related services to customers. Responsibilities in this position include
gathering customer/applicant information and other supporting data in person, by
phone or in writing in order to complete required applications, documents or reports,
comply with appropriate regulations and procedures in completion of applicants, forms,
documents and reports. Perform clerical duties such as typing correspondence and
documents, establishing and maintaining files, verbally answering the phone and taking
messages. This position maintains industry knowledge through ongoing crop insurance
educational training and represents and communicates the values, purpose and mission
of Northwest FCS to employees, customers, the public and other target audiences.
Successful candidates must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Agricultural
background/knowledge preferred. Minimum of two yearsʼ related work experience.
Additional training in insurance services, general office skills and customer services
preferred. Computer/technical ability with a working knowledge of word processing,
spreadsheet and internet software required.
"A Night Of Magic With Dave's Wonderful World Of Magic"
Monday, July 14th @ 6:30pm • Glasgow High School Auditorium
Come enjoy a fun family evening of magic along with a bake sale to help send
Kasey Seyfert to Germany with the Team Montana German Wrestling Cultural
Supplemental funding provided by Thrivent Financial
Kasey will be wrestling in Germany for
3 weeks representing Montana and is
honored to have been selected to do so.
Any and all donations (tax deductible) are
accepted and appreciated.
Shoes - $110 .00
Trim - $40 .00
Thank You to this wonderful
community for your support and we hope to see you all July 14th!
Cash Only Please
Big pink hooter making the rounds
The Relay team, Re-LEI-ers are doing a fundraiser. This pink
owl gets placed in yards with the sign... saving one hooter at
a time. You can either pay $15 to place it in the yard of your
choice, $10 for the Re-LEI-ers to just come get it or have it
compliment for 2 days and they will find it a new home. Have
a hoot with the pink hooter and save one hooter at a time!
Tyler Hillman & the
THIS IS THE BEST
Full - $369
Twin - $299
King - $599
W it C
Hwy 2 West • 263-4512
Yesterday’s teaser: When you need me, you throw
me away. But when you’re done with me, you bring me
back. What am I?
Answer: By golly, it’s an anchor. And if you’ve got a Minn
Kota Terrova with the anchor point, it don’t get much better.
Today’s teaser: A man challenges the greatest
chess player in the world to two games of chess. He
guarantees that he will win or tie at least one of the
games for sure. To be even more cocky, the man says
he will play both games at the same time. How does he
guarantee he wins or ties at least one game?
Here’s a big fish story....
From the Alaska Dispatch News, there was a
482-pound halibut caught near Gustavus in Southeast
Alaska, perhaps the largest halibut caught in the Pacific
Ocean in the last decade.
77-year-old Jack McGuire of Anaheim, California
reeled the jaw-dropper in on July 3rd near the mouth
of Glacier Bay. Taking the hook baited with a chunk
of octopus, it came from about 130 feet of water. It
measured 92 inches in length and took Jack more than
a half hour to land. It yielded around 200 pounds of
boneless, skinless fillets.
Gustavus is a community that can only be reached
by boat or airplane from the Alaska state capital of
Juneau, about 45 miles to the east, so it doesn’t get
commercially fished. McGuire was on his third annual
trip to Gustavus.
The world record is a 459-pound halibut caught in
1996 near Dutch Harbor in far Western Alaska by Jack
Tragis of Fairbanks. The reason Jack’s 482 pounder is
not a new world record is that International Game Fish
Association rules ban the use of any tools other than a
net or gaffe for landing fish, and the Florida-based IGFA
maintains the international record book.
It is dangerous to pull monster halibut aboard a boat
as their thrashing has been known to injure people and
even sink smaller watercraft. The captain of the charter
craft didn’t know it was a world record halibut, so he
gave it a blast in the head with a .410 shotgun before
they managed to get it into the boat.
So while Jack doesn’t get his name in the record
book, he’ll be enjoying halibut steaks for quite a while.
The largest halibut ever caught off Alaska weighed
533 pounds by a Seattle-based longliner (commercial
fishing boat) in 2003. There was a 515-pound halibut
caught last year with rod & reel in the Atlantic Ocean
off the coast of Norway, according to the Huffington
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Lunch: COWBOY BURGER
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Happy Independence Day!
FWP, anglers working
to end ‘Bucket Biology’
Montana fisheries officials and major statewide
angling groups signed an agreement recently aimed at
curbing the spread of illegal fish introductions into state
The agreement includes a pledge from angling
groups for an additional cash reward of up to $3,250
for information leading to the conviction of persons
responsible for an illegal fish introduction.
“Since the 1980s, more than 500 illegal introductions
have occurred in Montana lakes, reservoirs, ponds and
rivers,” said Bruce Rich, chief of Montana Fish, Wildlife &
Parks’ fisheries division in Helena. “The outlaw dumping
of fish has caused irreparable harm to Montana waters
and ruined several existing fisheries.”
Rich said the rewards offered by Fishing Outfitters
Association of Montana, Invasive Species Action
Network, Montana BASS Nation, Montana Pikemasters,
Montana Trout Unlimited, Montana Wildlife Federation,
Walleyes Forever of Montana, and Walleyes Unlimited of
Montana are intended to supplement the cash reward of
up to $1,000 made available by FWP’s 1-800-TIP-MONT
violation report hotline.
The combined TIP-MONT and angling groups’
rewards mean that a caller could receive as much as
$4,250 for information leading to a conviction.
Outlaw fish introductions, commonly called “bucket
biology,” displace existing fish, resulting in a loss of
fishing opportunity. For instance, rapidly reproducing
perch dumped illegally have squeezed out other game
fish diminishing that fishery while rarely growing to
desired sizes, as has happened in Lake Mary Ronan and
Lake Mary Ronan was the target again last week
when several illegal northern pike were discovered by an
Once illegally dumped, unwanted fish often expand
to other waters because many of Montana’s aquatic
systems are interconnected. FWP and the participating
groups hope the additional reward will serve as an
incentive for people to report when they suspect someone
has dumped fish illegally in a river, stream, pond or lake.
“It’s expensive and often impossible to remove
illegally introduced fish,” Rich said. “And it’s difficult to
catch these law breakers after the fact. That’s why FWP is
honored to enter this partnership with anglers and angling
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groups—the people who
have the most to lose.”
One of the hot spots
for illegal introductions is
According to Mark Deleray,
Region 1 fish manager
in Kalispell, lakes in the
Flathead Valley and vicinity
are of particular concern.
“We have seen illegal
introductions of walleye,
crappie and smallmouth
bass in recent years,”
Deleray said. “We ask the
public and people living
on lakes to be especially
observant of behavior
that suggests someone is
dumping fish. If you see or
suspect something, report
In 1997, the Montana
the fine for an illegal fish
introduction to $5,000 and
tacked on potential jail
time. In 2011, lawmakers
doubled the fine to $10,000.
If you have any
information on an illegal
fish introduction call
1-800-TIP-MONT (1-800847-6668). Or visit FWP
online at fwp.mt.gov; click
“Enforcement,” then click
Scott or Mike
Todd or Kyle
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