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Back to School
News You
Can Use

Backpack fairies
at it once again

Free back-packs with
all the basic back-toschool supplies stuffed
inside are once again
available for families in
our community that can
use a little extra help as
the new school year rolls
around.
“Supplies have went
up in price so much that
some families might need
some help,” said Jane Doe,
“especially those who have
multiple children to tend
for.”
PLEASE
NOTE:
if your child(ren) has/
have received backpacks
in the past and they’re
still usable, the backpack
ferries would appreciate it
continued on page 2

Backpack Ferries at it again

Top Row (l-r): Shannon McMillan, Em Laudeman, Mikaela Loya
Bottom Row (l-r): Jerome Jaymes, Andy Meyers, Lizzie Hatfield

Fort Peck Summer Theatre closes 45th
season with ‘A Grand Night For Singing!’

Rodgers
and
Hammerstein
musicals are amongst the most
requested titles at the Fort Peck
Summer Theatre, and in return, the
company is pleased to present A
Grand Night for Singing, featuring
nearly 30 of their greatest songs,
from such shows as South Pacific,
The Sound of Music and The King
and I. This magical evening of song
and dance debuted on Broadway to

critical and audience praise in 1994.
The production marks the
return of Shannon McMillan, whose
many FPST roles include Rusty in
Footloose, Roxie in Chicago and
Penny in Hairspray, along with
Jerome Jaymes, Em Laudeman and
Mikaela Loya, all recently featured
in Shrek and Artistic Director Andy
Meyers. Joining the 5 person cast is
continued on back page

Backpacks continued from front

AUGUST 13 - 21

SHOWINGS

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START
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AUG. 1

228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com

4:10 - 7:15 - 9:15PM

4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00PM

Rated R: for language incl. sexual references,
some graphic nudity, violence & drug use

Rated PG-13

104 Min.

100 Min.

DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $5.75/PERSON
FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free popcorn with every paid admission at 7pm & 9pm showings

What if....

If lawyers are disbarred and clergymen defrocked,
doesn’t it follow that electricians can be delighted,
musicians denoted, cowboys deranged, models
deposed and dry cleaners depressed? Laundry workers
could decrease, eventually becoming depressed and
depleted!

Even more, bedmakers will be debunked, baseball
players will be debased, landscapers will be deflowered,
bulldozer operators will be degraded, organ donors
will be delivered, software engineers will be detested,
the BVD company will be debriefed, and even musical
composers will eventually decompose.
And on a more positive note, perhaps we can
hope politicians will be devoted.

Sr. Citizen Menu
WEDNESDAY

Hot Beef

Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

WANTED

Back to School, remodeled and all

if you would use them again this year; they will still fill
it up with the back-to-school supplies.
If you have a child within the community who
would like to receive a new backpack filled with backto-school supplies (or fill up your used backpack) here’s
what you do:
Give BS Central, Home of the Buzz, a call at 2284558. Include the student’s name, grade (so the school
supplies are appropriate for the classroom), gender, and
a contact number and we’ll leave a pencil under the
pillow, luring in the backpack ferries. The backpacks or
supplies can be picked up at Buzz headquarters upon
completion of all orders.
Backpacks and/or school supplies will be given
on a first-come, first-served basis. Once again, this is
a completely anonymous program designed for our
community kids grades 1-12.

There will be a social on Thursday, August 14th
from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the East Side school to let the
public take a sneak peek at the remodeling job. Everyone
is welcome to see the finished product.

Valley County Transit and the Valley County
Council on Aging have planned a 3 day/2 night trip on
September 16 - 18th to 4-Bears Casino in New Town,
North Dakota.
Cost per person is $145 (dbl) occupancy or $200
(sgl) which includes your bus transportation and motel
room. The casino will provide promotional credits and
free food and drink coupons to each person.
Reservations and payment are due by noon on
Friday, August 29th. Call Valley County Transit at 228TRIP (8747) to reserve your seat.

some hotties
at least
through Friday

Another Run to 4 Bears planned

Under the Big Sky

Will it start cooling off soon?

The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) released
its updated three month outlook for temperature and
precipitation across the U.S. The outlook calls for
increased chances for below average temperatures
across northeast Montana and eastward into the
Northern Plains and Upper Midwest during the months
of August, September, and October (but so far August
has been pretty toasty).
Those looking for hotter weather into the fall will
have to look toward the Southeast, the Western U.S., and/
or Alaska. Those are the regions where above average
temperatures are expected for the next three months.
For precipitation chances, most of the state of
Montana can expect equal chances for above or below
average precipitation with probabilities too low to make
any specific call.

Come get a Sloppy Joe

Sloppy Joes and a drink for $5.00 will be served on
Friday, August 15th under the National Guard canopy
in the First Community Bank Courtyard (2nd Avenue
South in Glasgow).
Proceeds will go for items to send to the troops
overseas. According to Jackie Bird, organizer, it costs
roughly $50 to fill a box with goodies and $15.45 in
postage to mail the box. Jackie is currently mailing
boxes to 18 soldiers. So, please stop by this Friday for
lunch and support a great cause.
Oh, and just a little note? Jackie’s Sloppy Joes are
m-m-m-m good!

Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 63. East wind 6
to 11 mph.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 94. East wind
9 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
Wednesday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and
thunderstorms after 7pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around
66. East southeast wind 8 to 13 mph, with gusts as high
as 18 mph.
Thursday: A 20 percent chance of showers and
thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 95. East
wind 8 to 10 mph.
Thursday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and
thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 65. East
northeast wind 7 to 9 mph.
Friday: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms,
mainly after 1pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 92. East
wind 5 to 7 mph.
Friday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 63.
Saturday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly
sunny, with a high near 87.
Saturday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 60.
Sunday: A slight chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a
high near 87.
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 60.
Monday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 87.

BUZZIFIEDS

To Give Away: Big tall plants. Call 228-2400.
BUZZ
Sam’s supper club is now hiring: Dishwashers, line cooks, servers
& bartenders. Great pay, great atmosphere. Stop in & see brandylee
or shawn.
BUZZ
Needed Immediately: Care giver, part-time, varying hours. Apply at
Scottie Day care.
BUZZ
Help Wanted: The Hangar is looking for Cooks & Waitresses. Call
Jerry at the Hangar 228-8280.
BUZZ
2 Classroom Aide Positions @ Glasgow Schools: Irle School
& East Side School resource classroom aides. 7 hours/day during school,
wages $10.43/hr for 3 months & $12.29 thereafter, vacation, sick leave, &
retirement. For classified personnel application instructions go to: http://
glasgow.k12.mt.us/District/5140-Untitled.html. Open until filled, but initial
screening will take place 8/14/14. Contact Rachel Erickson (2282419) & Mike Zoanni (263-7525; 228-8268). We are an Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Definition of Diplomacy

Question: What is the definition of diplomacy?
Answer: The ability to tell a person to go
to hell in such a way that they look forward
to the trip.

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The Wife’s Cat

Derrick, Sheena,
Scott or Mike

Bob, Darvin,
or Dennis

Todd or Kyle

Justin, Dustin,
or Kyle

A man absolutely
hated his wife’s cat and
decided to get rid of him
one day by driving him 20
blocks from his home and
leaving him at the park.
As he was getting
home, the cat was walking
up the driveway.
The next day he
decided to drive the cat
40 blocks away. He put
the beast out and headed
home.
Driving back up his
driveway, there was the
cat!
He kept taking the cat
further and further, but the
cat would always beat him
home. At last he decided
to drive a few miles away,
turn right, then left, past
the bridge, then right again
and another right until he
reached what he thought
was a safe distance from his
home and left the cat there.
Hours later the man
calls home to his wife: “Jen,
is the cat at home?”

“Yes,” the wife answers,
“why do you ask?”
Frustrated, the man
answered, “Put that son
of a nutcracker on the
phone, I’m lost and need
directions!”

Agencies to rethink draining Paulo

Facing criticism from the public,
a water drawdown planned to begin
this Friday at Paulo Reservoir 12 miles
southwest of Glasgow has been postponed,
Bureau of Land Management officials said
this morning.
The postponement will allow more
management options to be considered
as Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
and BLM staff work to enhance
fishing opportunities at the popular
impoundment located about 12 miles
south of Glasgow off Bentonite Road.
The agencies had initially planned to
rid the pond of an infestation of carp by
draining the reservoir with pumps over
three weeks, then digging portions of the
reservoir deeper or adding structure.
The reservoir has been managed

for bluegill and largemouth bass. But
the carp have caused water conditions
to deteriorate, said Steve Dalbey, FWP
Region 6 fisheries program manager.
“Carp stir up the water and make it
muddy, which in turn leads to a decrease
in reservoir productivity,” Dalbey said.
“As a result, bass and bluegill growth and
survival have been extremely poor the
past several years.”
Critics said there was no public
involvement in the decision and little
exploration of options other than draining
the pond.
Questions or concerns about the
fisheries improvement project can be
directed to FWP’s Region 6 headquarters
at 406-228-3700 or BLM’S Glasgow Field
Office at 406-228-3750.

CellularOne service coming to an end in Montana

CellularOne will discontinue all
Montana wireless service at the end of
the August, company officials announced
today.
The company has notified the
Montana Public Service Commission of

its plans and has negotiated special rates
for customers to move to AT&T.
CellularOne officials announced in
May they were halting Montana service
because they couldn’t afford upgrades to
the 4G system.

Scotty Parents Night this Thursday at seven bells
Parent’s
Night
for
students
participating in Scotty sports this
upcoming school year is Thurs. Aug.
14th at 7 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.
All students, grades 9-12, who
will be participating in activities in the
Glasgow Schools will be required to
attend this informational meeting held
by the school administration, coaches,

and sponsors.
During this session school policies
& procedures will be discussed. It is
required that a parent or legal guardian
also attend for the student to participate
in any MHSA school sponsored activity
this year. Fall Sports Specific Coaches/
Parent meetings will also take place on
this date.

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WEDNESDAY

Soup: Tomato • Chili
Specials:

French Dip
Grilled Bacon & Cheese
on Sourdough

Dine at the“O”
228-8006

On Select Items

Fresh Beef Family Pack

TOP SIRLOIN STEAK............$4.99/lb.
Fresh Pork

BABYBACK RIBS................. $3.49/lb.
Boneless Beef

TRI-TIP STEAKS...................$6.99/lb.
Nautilus 2 lb. Pkg
Large Tail-Off Broken

COOKED SHRIMP..............$15.99 ea.

For Sale
For Rent
Rummage Sales
Help Wanted

ADVERTISE IN
THE BS BUZZ
Call by 10am
228-4558

Letter to the Buzz

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3rd Annual

Caring for Our Community Since 1911

Wednesday, August 13th
1 mile Walk
5K Run/Walk
10 Mile Bike Ride
Registration starts at 5pm
at FMDH Discharge Entrance

Race Starts at 5:30pm

BBQ to follow for Participants

I met with Pat Kelly, discussed the issues and reported
his side of the story. As a gentleman, I decided to meet with
Merrill and Diana Frantz of DTM, have an open discussion
on a variety of issues, and tell their side of the story. I sat at
their kitchen table for 4 hours and we had an old fashioned
“Pots and Pans” meeting, telling all.
CRITICS- I first addressed the accusation that I only report
St. Marie in the NEGATIVE. Hogwash I told them! “What
is, is WHAT IS, what people do, THEY DO.” PEOPLE write
their own story! I just look, listen, question, get the facts,
analyze the data, and REPORT IT.
POSITIVES- I wrote of the good deeds of preachers Childers
and Hawkins in St. Marie, Sherry Childers visiting and
helping sick neighbors, folks doing volunteer community
projects (street repairs and cleanups), people that maintain
their properties in good repair, and people and groups in
St. Marie that pay their taxes and other bills to keep the
infrastructure going, etc, etc.
NEGATIVES- Just what am I supposed to say about those
that don’t pay their bills? What of those who don’t fix, rent, or
sell any condos and at times are suing and screwing each other
and others in business dealings? What should I say of folks
$195,000 in arrears in Village Fees and are attempting to gain
POWER and CONTROL of that same Village Board? What
about the illegal use of Mitchell’s 450 proxies per Mitchell
in a signed statement? What am I supposed to write? ....that
these fellas are terrific, super standup businessmen, and that
everything is “Peachy Keen” as a result of their efforts? Sorry
“Ol Friend,” but “The Truth Always Prevails.”
GOOD FOLKS- of St. Marie refuse to be intimidated and
will stand their ground in response to the foolish actions of
some. Legally baseless talk, writings, and court filings will be
responded to. The GOOD FOLKS will not give in to or be
burdened by suspected scammers and potential extortion as
was done in past.
LETTERS and DOCUMENTS- I gave copies of many letters,
documents, budgets, court documents and Judge’s rulings
to the Frantz’s that I based my writings on. I showed them
my letter and ballot received from Robert Shelton attempting
to convert our condos to townhomes per Montana Unit
Ownership Act of 2011.
DISCUSSION ITEMS- Frantz and Chiechi agreed on
some issues while putting out facts and opinions from their
opposite points of view. Diana Frantz did expand on and
clarify their reasoning on some issues. Here’s the RECAP of
discussed items:
1. Frantz stated that the protective covenants control the
Village and Village Association and that DTM is waiting for

the Court to rule on Case# DV 2014-21, a civil claim asking
for a declaratory judgment on article X of the protective
covenants. Chiechi agreed that a current legal opinion is
needed.
2. In the matter of those being in arrears in Village bills and
not being allowed to vote- Frantz claims that Village Board
has no legal power to impose that action. Chiechi responded
that Judge McKeon already ruled on that.
3. DTM went to the Commissioners and Planning Board with
their survey and sub division plans and were told that SMCA
owns all the land. Chiechi will verify this info and check it’s
legal standing on the matter.
4. Chiechi wanted to have Terry-Lee in the meeting, Frantz
said that Lee is back in Washington and is no longer manager
of DTM.
5. Chiechi spoke of Terry-Lee’s internet presentations on
Sovereign Citizens activity and tactics and asked if the
Frantz’s were a part of that effort. Frantz said he is taking
direction from the Bible and is not a part of the radical
sovereign citizens.
6. Frantz spoke of Valley Park Inc., Quantum, and SMDC
bankruptcies and said that the judge put 250 units into SMCA
and everything else went into SMDC (St Marie Development
Corp). Chiechi will research the legal disposition of those
mentioned properties.
7. Frantz said that there’s a needed improvement with the
management of the town (St Marie). I said that those that pay
their Village dues, serve the Board voluntarily in an ethical,
legal fashion are preferred to folks from a group of investors
that are $196,000 in arrears on their Village bills, and want
POWER/CONTROL of the Village? Additionally, SMCA
uses its $300,000 annual dues income to maintain and insure
its 250 units, are you ‘Developers” adequately capitalized to
improve your properties and help move St. Marie forward?
Frantz said who would spend money to fix properties with
bad titles? I said apparently DTM and Bethea.
8. Chiechi said that the last protective covenants meeting
produced vague non specific minutes, was there a quorum?
Frantz responded there was no quorum and no voting took
place.
9. Frantz said with clouded titles and Chiechi’s negative
writings, banks won’t loan and people lack interest and won’t
come to St. Marie. Chiechi responded that Kelly returned to
St. Marie and DTM and Mitchell came!
10. Frantz and Chiechi agreed that there’s a need to “Clear the
Air” all issues.
CONCLUSION- Frantz and Chiechi can present their facts
and opinions and say what they want, but it doesn’t mean
a thing....LEGAL INTERPRETATIONS must be made by
ATTORNEYS or a JUDGE’S RULING....the END.

~ Nick Chiechi

City League Softball Champs
The Glasgow Recreation Department’s Co-Ed Softball season
concluded with the championship game this past Thursday and
it was Team Old Mil Light/Reynolds knocking of the Newton
Motors Wanna Bees in a hard-fought battle, 4-3. Pictured
are, back row left to right: Cody Odom, Evan Guenther, Adam
Johnson, Joel Smith, Calvin Kemmis, Brian Burleson and
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Juice Fischer. Front row: Abby Mehling, Kayla Diesen, Sadie
Sukut, Sage Sukut, Amber Otten and Jen Fischer. Not pictured
were Mariah Stein and Janice Griebel. Old Mil/Reynold’s was
15-4 including the title game. Nemont Beverage Corporation
took third place, Cottonwood Inn & Suites fourth, Wolf Point
McDonalds fifth, and the Gateway Club sixth.

A Grand Night continued from front
Lizzie Hatfield on piano, who also serves as musical
director.

A Grand Night for Singing is directed by
Heather Adams, who choreographed last season’s
production of The Music Man. The design staff
is Mike Fink (Scenic), Sarah Bell (Costumes),
Spencer Perry (Lights) and Mike Rukstad (Sound).
Megan Wiltshire serves as Stage Manager for the
production.
P erformances are August 15 – August 31: Fridays
& Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at
4:00 pm. For tickets and more information call the
Fort Peck Box Office at (406) 526 – 9943.

A Grand Night for Singing concludes the record
breaking 45th Season, but the staff and board are
already looking forward to a huge line-up of new
and exciting productions for the 46th season.