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The Wild
Bunch
is back!

Connie Tveten stopped
by with her hand-carved
(she uses basswood) and
hand-painted ring-necked
pheasant that will be on
display at the Wild Bunch
Art Show. The show gets
underway
on
Friday,
November 7th at 5:00 p.m.
and continues Saturday
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and
concludes on Sunday
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cookies, coffee and tea
will be served during the
show featuring the works
of 13 seriously talented
artists. This would be a
great opportunity to get
a jump on the Christmas
shopping.

BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ
INDIAN TACO NIGHT! Monday, Nov. 10, 4:30 - 6:30 pm. There will be a
Bake Sale benefit for John Egosque family to help with medical expenses.
Free will offering. Take-out will be available. OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN
CHURCH, NASHUA

FWP Approves Relocation
of Quarantine Study Bison

OCT 31 - NOV 6

SHOWINGS
228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com
4:10 - 7:15 - 9:15PM

95 Min.

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

81 Min.

Rated R: for intense sequences of disturbing Rated PG: Some Reckless Behavior, Rude Humor
violence and Terror
and Language

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

T h ank y o u
Thank you to Megan and Tyler's family, friends, and amazing
community for your overwhelming support and generosity to
make their benefit a success! Please continue to keep Megan
and her family in your thoughts and prayers
as she begins her journey.
Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts, as we could
not have done this without the help of others!

The FMDH Ortho Crew

State wildlife officials today announced a decision
to implement the recent approval by the FWP Fish and
Wildlife Commission to relocate 139 brucellosis-free
bison to Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribal lands
in northern Montana.

Following the completion of environmental analysis
and review of public comments, Montana Fish, Wildlife
& Parks’ decision notice found no significant issues
associated with relocating bison to the tribal location—
or to three out-of-state locations that were also under
consideration.
The finding essentially follows the Montana Fish
& Wildlife Commission’s October approval to keep the
bison within state borders if a finding of no significance
was determined.

The wild bison were part of a quarantine feasibility
study conducted by FWP and the U.S. Department
of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection
Service at a facility near Corwin Springs north of
Yellowstone National Park. The work was aimed at
finding a feasible method to produce wild bison free
of brucellosis, a disease that can cause some pregnant
bison, elk and domestic cattle to abort their first calf.
Bison in the program have been repeatedly tested over
the course of their quarantine and are brucellosis-free.
In March, state wildlife officials requested proposals
from agencies or organizations capable of permanently
caring for the bison for conservation purposes. The
bison have been held at the Green Ranch, west of
Bozeman, during their 5-year monitoring period.
FWP received 10 proposals—four of which
were analyzed in the environmental assessment. The
examined proposals included those from the Fort Peck
Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes near Fort Peck, the Utah
Division of Wildlife Resources, the Cherokee Nation of
Oklahoma, and the Wildlife Conservation Society Zoo
Consortium in New York and Ohio.
The bison could be relocated as early as midNovember. To see the complete decision notice, visit FWP’s
website at fwp.mt.gov, then click on Recent Public Notices.

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Hwy 2 West
228-2997

A taste of winter
rolls in Sunday
afternoon
While it sounds like a pretty nice Saturday
afternoon for a Scotty football game, a strong cold front
will begin moving into the state on Sunday, bringing
precipitation and much colder temperatures. It will
start as rain before changing over to snow. Travel may
become hazardous. Those traveling should allow extra
time to arrive. Temperatures will fall through Tuesday.
The cold air will hang around the area through most of
this coming week.
Tonight: A 30 percent chance of showers before 11pm.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 42. Southeast wind 7 to
14 mph becoming west after midnight. Winds could gust
as high as 20 mph.
Friday: A 20 percent chance of showers before 11am.
Partly sunny, with a high near 50. Breezy, with a northwest
wind 21 to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 36 mph.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 29.
Northwest wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 22
mph.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 50. South wind
5 to 11 mph becoming west in the afternoon.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 34.
West northwest wind around 8 mph.
Sunday: A chance of rain and snow before 11am, then rain
likely. Cloudy, with a high near 44. West northwest wind
around 6 mph becoming light and variable in the morning.
Chance of precipitation is 60%. New snow accumulation
of less than a half inch possible.
Sunday Night: A chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with a
low around 22.
Monday: A slight chance of snow. Partly sunny, with a
high near 29.
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 11.
Veterans Day: Mostly sunny, with a high near 21.
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 10.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 22.

BUZZIFIEDS
CAMPBELL LODGE: Looking for Afternoon and Night shift help. Afternoon
starts @ $9.00 and night shift starts @ $9.50 with raise after probationary
period. FILL OUT APPLICATION AT CAMPBELL LODGE OR CALL
228-9328
BUZZ
FOR RENT & SALE IN ST. MARIE: 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath. CALL 406524-3742.
BUZZ
FOR RENT: Spacious 2- and 3-bedroom homes for rent on Ft. Peck
Highway. Refurbished interiors, garages, new furnaces. Water & sewer
provided. No Smoking or Pets. Damage deposit. DAYTIME (406) 3679300 EVENING (651) 490-5757
BUZZ
COUNCIL ON AGING is having a Bazaar on November 8th from 9-2pm
table rental is 10 dollars . space is still available . PLEASE CALL 228-9500
TO RESERVE ONE.

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Five Valley County students awarded JJMT Scholarships

The Jeff Jurgens Memorial Youth Basketball Austin Neufeld of Larslan
Tournament Scholarship committee has awarded five is a 2014 graduate of Lustre
Christian High School
$1,000 scholarships to the following students:
and is attending Montana
Rachael
Zeiger,
a State University-Billings
2014
Glasgow
High studying physical therapy.
School Graduate, was He hopes to one day be a
a busy young lady. She basketball coach. He was
participated in Key Club, Class President four years,
Pep Club, was the G-Club Student Council (President
Secretary, Freshmen Class his junior & senior years), varsity basketball four years,
President,
Sophomore band three years, choir four years, and teacher’s assistant
Class Vice President, for physical education his senior year. He was in National
Senior Class Secretary, Honor Society, won the Student Government Award
two years as the National all four years, and an All-State selection in basketball
Honor Society Historian, his sophomore, junior and senior years. He was even
2012-13 Student Council named KRTV Student of the Week on February 1, 2014.
Vice President, 2013-14 District Student Council
Secretary, Acedemic All State, two years of basketball, Lachlan Vaira, a 2014
and what we really know Rachael for is being part of Glasgow High School
the four-time State Champion Cross Country team graduate, is attending the
whereas Rachael was four-time Cross Country All University of North Dakota.
State. She was also an All-Stater in track and Speech Lachlan participated in
& Drama. Rachael is attending college in Gillette, football, basketball and
Wyoming where she competes in cross country, indoor track all four years for
the Scotties. He was in
and outdoor track. She is studying nursing.
Band, Swing Choir, Honor
Band, Key Club, National
Junior Honor Society,
National Honor Society,
Student Council, G-Club,
Academic Olympics, Honor Roll, St. Raphael’s Youth
Group, Senior Class Secretary, and a St. Raphael’s Mardi
Gras Carnival Coordinator. Lachlan was also involved
with Music Boosters and a community volunteer for the
Northeast Montana Fair.

Madison Sibley is a 2014
graduate of Nashua High
School and is attending
the University of Mary in
Bismarck, North Dakota.
She was in FCCLA four
years, Class Historian two
years, Class President two
years, varsity basketball
and volleyball four years,
varsity track, Art Club, Student Council, Annual Staff,
Pep Band, National Honor Society President, Class
President all four years, Vacation Bible Camp Youth
Leader, volunteer elementary basketball coach, Lions
Club Roller-Skating Student Volunteer, organizer of
a food drive for four years, and provided a Christmas
meal and gifts for a family four years. All this and Madi
still managed her time to be a farm hand all through
high school!
Lane Herbert is a 2014 GHS
graduate, now attending
the University of North
Dakota. He’s a four-year
letterman in Scotty football
as a quarterback through
his junior season before
that life-threatening injury
sustained in shop class the
day before a playoff game
with Baker. His senior year
he lettered as a student
coach. Lane also played
basketball for the Scotties
— rarely missing a free throw — and lettered all four
years, his junior year as student coach. Four years of track
and band were also all letter years including All-District
Honor Band. He was the President of the National Honor
Society his senior year as well as Senior Class Treasurer
and a member of the Student Council and G-Club.

MARKLE’S WAREHOUSE
ALL LAMPS

ALL FREEZERS

ALL WALL ART

30% OFF ON SALE 30% OFF

Christmas Cash Accepted
CASUAL SOFA SALE!

DISHWASHER SALE!

Many colors to choose from

Whirlpool Multi-Level Wash

MATTRESS SET SALE!

ROCKER RECLINER SALE!

$399

$299

$499

Queen Size - Firm

$399

Head to Toe Comfort

Amana X-Lg. Capacity

DECORATIVE ELECTRIC
TV/FIREPLACE SALE!

DUAL RECLINING
SOFA SALE!

Amana Heavy Duty

WASHER SALE!

$429

Hi-Back Comfort

$699

2pc SECTIONAL SALE!

$599

DRYER SALE!

$399

Reclining Ends

$1299

VISIO
HD TELEVISIONS
ALL ON SALE!

5pc DINING SET SALE!

HOT POINT RANGE

$399

$499

Rich Dark Finish

Self-Clean Oven, Coils

The Annual Fantastic

Wild Bunch Art Show
November 7 – 9
th

th

GRAND OPENING

Friday, November 7th at 5:00 pm
Cottonwood Inn

Sponsored by Ezzie’s Wholesale,
Ezzie’s Westend & Ezzie’s Midtown

SPECIALS:
THURSDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE
Lunch: REUBEN
Dinner: 2 pc. PORK CHOP

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER
Lunch: SHRIMP BURGER
Dinner: HALIBUT STEAK

SATURDAY

Soup: COOK’S CHOICE
Lunch: PORK CHOP BURGER
Dinner: 8 oz. CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK

SUNDAY

Soup: COOK’S CHOICE
Lunch: CHICKEN PHILLY
Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

Have Your Parties Here
BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO
HANG OUT!

THE HANGAR

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
FRIDAY

Saturday, November 8th, 9am to 9pm
& Sunday, November 9th, 9am to 4pm
Cookies, coffee and tea will be served during the show.

The 2014 “Wild Bunch” Artists:
Leith DeWeese, Whitney Paju, Pamela Harr, Dave Roos, Bridget
Stiverson, Gloria Klind, Todd Mandeville, Judy Michael, Larry Ochsner,
Leann Ochsner, A. Nadine Pickthorn, Harvey Rattey, & Connie Tveten.

Sable’s Echo
Taxidermy
Shelly Sampson

Taxidermist

Fish • Rugs
Heads • Birds
Pedestals • Full Body
Restoration
Shipping Anywhere

(406) 228-8722
Cell: (406) 672-0058

Jam S. ession
OPEN MIC

Sat.
Nov. 8
4-?

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Sr. Citizen Menu
FRIDAY

Salisbury Steak
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

FRIDAY
Soup: Clam Chowder • Chili
Specials:

Fish Platter
Mushroom Burger
Dine at the“O”
228-8006

FAMOUS BAR

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NEW LIST

at
The

A group of American
tourists were taking a coach tour
through England. They passed a
large field in which a young lad
was digging, and the scene was
so picturesque that the loudest,
most talkative member of the party
- a Texan, who else - shouted out,
“Stop the bus. Stop the bus. I gotta
get that picture, it’s so British.”

After objections from the
driver, he prevailed and got out,
walked over to the fence with his
camera and shouted out to the boy,
“Say, son, whatchar ‘doin there?”
“Diggin’ potatoes,” was the reply.

“Son, come down here and I’ll
take your photo. This is so good, the
folks back home will love you.”

So the boy walked down,
carrying the sack he’s been putting
the potatoes in. His photo taken,
the Texan said “What you got in the
sack, son?”

“Potatoes.”

“Show me one. I love
potatoes.”

So the lad pulled one out and
handed it over.

“You call that a potato?” the
Texan asked incredulously. “Back
home, we grow ‘em three times as
big. Great food for the mouth.”

“Well, sir,” replied the lad, “We
too grow them just the right size for
our mouths.”

20-945

Glasgow’s Stockman Bar is for sale.
Located on Front St, this has been
the number one place for happy hour
7 days/week. Cinder block
construction the building measures
24x 88’ and is located on three
33x110’ lots. An open patio has been
added. Updated poker machines,
dart board, pool tables & juke box
are leased. Bar has a newer walk in
cooler and newer tin roof.
Owner financing for qualified buyers.

Front Street

Glasgow

CALL TODAY 228-2113 Asking $215,000

www.hellandagencyinc.com

TODAY!

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619 First Ave N.
Glasgow, MT 59230
Delivery Drivers must have an acceptable driving record, personal vehicle & current auto insurance. EOE/M/F/D/V

Feeling overwhelmed?

Moving to Prairie Ridge, Nemont or
Valley View?

Let us help.

Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025

ROSE COURT LOT FOR SALE

Rose Court Lot 10A

Glasgow, Montana

$29,000

#197

Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Great American Smokeout Nov. 20

The American Cancer Society marks the Great
American Smokeout on the third
Thursday of November each year
by encouraging smokers to use
the date to make a plan to quit,
or to plan in advance and quit
smoking that day. By quitting
even for one day, smokers will be
taking an important step towards a
healthier life, one that can lead to reducing cancer risk.

Tobacco use remains the single largest preventable
cause of disease and premature death in the US, yet
about 42 million Americans still smoke cigarettes,
approximately 1 in every 5 adults. As of 2012, there
were also 13.4 million cigar smokers in the US, and 2.3
million who smoke tobacco in pipes.

And even more disturbingly, more than a quarter of
a million youth who had never smoked a cigarette used
electronic cigarettes in 2013, according to a CDC study
published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research.
These, most likely, will be tomorrow’s tobacco users.
Cigarette smoking kills more than 480,000
Americans each year, with more than 41,000 of these
deaths from exposure to secondhand smoke. In
addition, smoking-related illness in the United States
costs more than $289 billion a year, including at least
$133 billion in direct medical care for adults and $156
billion in lost productivity.
Why Quit? Within:
• 20 Minutes: Your heart rate and blood pressure drop.
• 12 Hours: The carbon monoxide level in our blood
drops to normal.
• 2 Weeks – 3 Months: Your circulation improves and
your lung function increases
• 1-9 Months: Coughing and shortness of breath
decrease
• 1 Year: The excess risk of coronary heart disease is
half that of a continuing smoker’s.
• 5 Years: Risk of cancer of the mouth, throat,
esophagus, and bladder are cut in half. Cervical
cancer risk falls to that of a non-smoker. Stroke risk
can fall to that of a non smoker after 2-5 years.
• 10 Years: The risk of dying from lung cancer is about
half that of a person who is still smoking.
• 15 Years: The risk of coronary heart disease is that of
a non-smoker’s.
Make a plan and quit! Call the Quit Line
1-800-QUIT-NOW.

Christmas Open House
at

Robyn’s Nest

Friday, Nov. 7th – 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 8th – 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Refr
Christmas Decor
eshm
Prizes
ents
Door
Food, Gifts
and so much more.

** We will be closing to get ready for the open house
Saturday November 1st - Thursday November 6th

Robyn’s
Nest
Home Decor & Fine Gifts
317 Klein Ave 228-4646

Tangles

Salon

Hairstyles for All Ages
Cuts, Colors & Perms

(406) 853-5100

LeAnn
Murnion
Cosmetologist

330 4th Ave S. • Glasgow, MT

93% Lean

GROUND BEEF................... $3.99/lb.
Assorted

PORK LOIN CHOPS.............$1.99/lb.
Fresh Atlantic

SALMON FILLETS................$7.99/lb.
Boneless Beef

SIRLOIN TIP ROAST............ $3.99/lb.
Boneless Beef

NEW YORK STEAKS.............$6.99/lb.
Bar S 32-40 oz. Select Varieties

SMOKED SAUSAGE................... 2/$9

VNEA

Valley National Eight-ball Association

5 Member Teams
Men and/or Women

Starting Nov. 13

For additional Information or Sign-up
Contact Jory Schipman (406) 654-7097