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Montana State Parks celebrating 75 years

In honor of Montana State Parks’ 75th anniversary, Montana artist Monte Dolack
was commissioned to paint “Smith River in June.” The painting was made possible
by a generous gift from the Lee and Donna Metcalf Charitable Foundation and was
donated to Montana State Parks. Prints of the painting are available for sale on
the Montana State Parks online store with all proceeds benefitting Montana State
Parks. The painting was unveiled in a ceremony with artist Monte Dolack (left) and
Governor Steve Bullock. The original artwork will hang in the state capitol throughout
Montana State Parks’ 75th anniversary year.

And if you are lucky enough to draw a permit...

Montana’s Smith River is so popular
that a permit is required to float it. The
permit process allows visitors a quality,
multi-day float in relative solitude.

Noted for its spectacular scenery and
renowned trout fishing, the Smith River (a
tributary of the Missouri River, in central
Montana south of Great Falls) is unique

with only one public put-in and take-out
site for the entire 59-mile stretch.
Permit applications to float Smith
River State Park are now available through
Thursday, February 19, 2015. The permit
drawing results will be announced on

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The Annual Knights
of Columbus Free Throw
Contest is right around
the corner, scheduled for
Sunday, January
25th
at the East Side School
in Glasgow. Sign-ups
will begin at 12:30 with
competition to start at 1:00.
The local Knights of
Columbus Council #2997
invites all boys & girls ages
10-14, as of January 1st, to
participate. Contestants
are required to furnish
proof of age and written
parental consent. For
more information contact
Paul Etchart, 263-4589.

Graduation
up in Montana

Montana’s high school
graduation rate has risen
to 85.4 percent, the highest
point since OPI began
calculating the rate in 2000.

Here is the graduation
rate for area high schools:
Hinsdale- 100%
Nashua- 100%
Malta- 94%
Glasgow- 90%
Frazer- 85%
Wolf Point- 74%

Smith River continued from front

Monday, March 2, 2015.
Permits are issued each year through a lottery.
Celebrated for its spectacular scenery, remote location and
excellent trout fishing, the Smith River is one of Montana’s
most sought-after outdoor recreation experiences.

Parties of up to 15 people can float with one permit.
January 9 - 15
A person applying for a Smith River permit must be
a minimum of 12 years of age at the time they submit
their permit application. There are no age restrictions to
participate on a Smith River float trip.
228-9239
Applicants pay a $10 dollar non-refundable permit
www.polsontheatres.com
application fee. Permit lottery results will be available
4:10 - 7:00 - 9:00
4:00 - 6:50 - 9:30
online on at stateparks.mt.gov. Successful applicants will
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also be notified through the mail. Those who receive a
permit will pay the appropriate float fees at Camp Baker
prior to launching.
Rated R: Brief Strong Language and Intense
Rated PG: Rude Humor and Mild Language
Sequences of Violence/Action

There are three ways to apply for a float permit:
DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON
• Apply online through the FWP Automated Licensing
FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS
System.
• Download and print the application and instructions
(available January 5, 2015). Mail completed application
to the address on the form.
Common looking people are the best in the
• Pick up an application from any FWP office.
world. That is the reason the Good Lord makes For the 2014 float season, Montana State Parks
so many of them.
awarded 1,122 permits through the lottery drawing from
7,373 applications; a new record for applicants.
In addition to the permit lottery, the public may
purchase as many $5 Super Permit chances as they’d like.
Montana State Parks issues one Super Permit each year
through
a separate lottery. The recipient of the Super Permit
Presents………
Presents………
will
be
allowed
to launch on any date of their choosing
Presents…
for that float season. The opportunity to purchase chances
for the Smith River “Super Permit” are available through
Thursday, March 19, 2015. The Super Permit drawing will
be held on Monday, March 23, 2015.
A comedy by A.R. Gurney

Chances may be purchased online through the Fish,
A comedy by A.R. Gurney
Starring… Pam L. Veis and our very
Wildlife & Parks (FWP) Automated Licensing System and
own Artistic Director, Andy Meyers
at any FWP regional office or license provider. This is a
good option for another chance for a float, if you aren’t
January 16, Cottonwood Inn - Doors open at 6:30 pm
awarded a permit in the regular drawing.
Main Show $30

SHOWINGS

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Includes Hors d’ oeuvres & gourmet desserts

January 17, Soma Dis Deli - Doors open at 6:00 pm

Legion & Auxiliary to meet tonight

The American Legion & Auxiliary Post #41 will
meet this evening (Thursday, January 15th) at 7:00 at
the VFW Hall in Glasgow.
Starring
Pam
andatour
own
~ GHS Swing Choir
members
willL.beVeis
featured
bothvery
events.
~
Girls Staters Amy Breigenzer and Josie Braaten
Artistic Director, Andy Meyers
who couldn’t come in September and will speak now.
FOR TICKETS VISIT:
Ann
Fort Peck16,
Fine Cottonwood
Arts Council OfficeInn
at 533–2nd
Ave Sopen atMary
January
Doors
6:30
pm Reddick, National Security Chairman will
Starring
Pam
L.
Veis
and
our
very
own
finishdesserts
out the program.
at 504 Hors
2nd Ave
Main Show KLTZ
$30 -Radio
Includes
d'Soeuvres & gourmet
Andy Meyers

Hostess Chairman will be Pearl Wesen.
Chamber of Artistic
CommerceDirector,
at 313 Klein Ave.
Intimate & informal show $15
No-host Menu: Salads, Sandwiches, Desserts, Beer & Wine

January 17, Soma Dis Deli – Doors open at 6:00 pm

January
16, Salads,
Cottonwood
Inn
– Doors
at 6:30 pm
No-host Menu:
Sandwiches,
Desserts,
Beeropen
& Wine

30% Off

WINTER
Clearance ❅
❅ Sale ❅
Mon-Fri • 9am ~ 5:30pm
Saturday • 9am ~ 4pm

SATURDAY NIGHT

Flip Bar - Choice of
Choc. • Cherry • Butterscotch

Hwy 2 West
228-2997
BUZZIFIEDS

A beauty
Friday
Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 22. West northwest
wind 3 to 6 mph.

Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 43. South southwest
wind around 7 mph.

Friday Night: A slight chance of rain or freezing rain before
11pm, then a slight chance of snow and sleet. Mostly cloudy,
with a low around 29. Blustery, with a west northwest wind
21 to 24 mph, with gusts as high as 33 mph. Chance of
precipitation is 20%.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 35. West northwest
wind 17 to 21 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 21. West
wind 8 to 11 mph.

Sunday: A slight chance of rain and snow showers. Partly
sunny, with a high near 38. West southwest wind around 6
mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.

Sunday Night: A slight chance of snow showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 28.
M.L.King Day: Partly sunny, with a high near 37.

Monday Night: A slight chance of snow showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 20.

Tuesday: A slight chance of snow showers. Mostly cloudy,
with a high near 28.
Tuesday Night: A slight chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with
a low around 14.

SMART HOME FOR SALE
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Smart home built in 2004 in Fort Peck,
Montana. 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2,800 sq. ft.
over sized 2 car finished garage with walk out
basement. Elegant kitchen with ceramic
flooring, rich cherry wood cabinets and granite
tile counter tops flows into vaulted ceiling dining
room and living room. Energy efficient design
features super insulated walls & ceilings, and
fall solstice eves that block sun in summer and
lets sun in the fall & winter. Technology allows
remote access to heating, cooling, lights and
security. Utilities and maintenance are super
low with wind turbine generator. Commanding
views from wrap around trex deck of Fort Peck
20-949 power houses and dam.

CALL JON TODAY 228-2113
www.hellandagencyinc.com

408 Milk River Dr., Fort Peck

Priced at $450,000

BUZZ
GHS RESOURCE AIDE OPENING: Duties will be to assist the Resource
Teacher in the classroom and other duties as assigned. Starting wage is
$10.43/hr, $12.29/hr after 3 months; benefits include vacation pay, sick
leave and retirement. Complete and submit Classified Application on our
website: www.glasgow.k12.mt.us Click on the Employment Tab, then
select Classified Positions. Position open until filled. Initial screening begins
1/22/15. CALL SHAWNDA ZAHARA-HARRIS FOR MORE INFO 228-2485
BUZZ
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BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2002 Ford Focus Zx3, red, 2 door hatchback with 143,400
miles. This vehicle may be seen at Valley Bank. Sealed bids accepted
through Monday, January 26, 2015. Sold as is! Valley Bank has the right
to accept or refuse any offer. CALL VALLEY BANK 228-4364
BUZZ
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BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2012 John Deere Gator RSX850i with 1453 miles, lots of
extras. Asking $13,000.00 or best offer. Also For Sale a 2012 Chrysler 200
with 2.4 litre, under 52,000 miles, excellent condition Asking $14,000.00 or
best offer. CAN SEE BOTH VEHICLES AT LAWRENCE CAR WASH LOT
ON HWY 2. CALL 406-263-4512 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2000 Komfort 34 foot 5th wheel camper with 3 slides, fiberglass
underbelly, washer/dryer compartment, new tires including spare, rear
receiver hitch, and more. Everything in good working order and excellent
condition. Asking $16,000.00 or best offer and will deal. CALL 406-2634512 TO LOOK AT IT.

Late Nite Laffs
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has
an
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very low. Their approval
rating is 15 percent. You
know you’re in trouble
when people like you less
than they like Jennifer
Lopez movies.”

~ Jimmy Kimmel

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Breakfast

Waffles • Ham
Juice • Milk
Lunch

Cheese Pizza • Salad w/ Ranch
Poppy Seed Bread • Grapes
Choice of Fruit • Milk

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SPECIALS:
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Lunch: GRILLED HAM
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Soup: HAM & BEAN
Lunch: HOT PASTRAMI SAND.
Dinner: SMOKED BABY
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FRIDAY

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

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Soup: COOK’S CHOICE
Lunch: PATTY MELT
Dinner: 8 oz. CHICKEN
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Glasgow Reds’ NFL Playoff winners

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The Glasgow Babe Ruth-American Legion Baseball
Program’s winners for $50 each are:
AFC Divisional Playoff, 1/10 – Patriots 35, Ravens 31

Randall Corbett and Reynolds Grocery
AFC Playoff 1/11 – Colts 24, Broncos 13

Adrian Mix Jr. and Jason Sauer
NFC Playoff 1/10 Seahawks 31, Panthers 17

Josh Palm and Kevin Nelson
NFC Playoff 1/11 – Packers 26, Cowboys 21

Roger Roness and Kevin Nelson

FOR AGES 1ST GRADE TO ADULT
PRESENT A 1 MINUTE SONG AND MONOLOGUE.

The younger ages will be auditioning for a
Missoula Children’s Theatre production to be held July 3 and 4

COZY ONE LEVEL HOME
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lot. Call for a showing today!

ASKING $119,000

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(406) 228-2525
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JANUARAY 14 - 20

Soup: Clam Chowder • Chili
Specials:

Fish Burger
BBQ Burger
Dine at the“O”
228-8006

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PORK CHOPS..................... $1.99/lb.
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This Sunday will feature the Packers at the Seahawks and
the Colts at Patriots.

In other NFL news: Four days before the AFC
Championship, Colts linebacker Josh McNary is facing felony
rape charges stemming from an incident reported to police
in December. The Colts said in a statement this morning
that they had requested that the NFL put McNary on the
commissioner’s exempt List — paid leave — which will keep
him from practicing or attending the team’s games.

And for the Seahawks faithfuls comes this: A Seahawks
fan has started a petition asking the NFL to revise its media
policy so Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch does not
have to talk with reporters. The petition was posted Sunday
on GoPetition.com and had more than 32,000 signatures as
of Wednesday afternoon. The wording in the petition reads:

“... I am calling on the NFL to revise its media policy
so that all players are given equal and fair rights as a human
being without fear of financial intimidation.
“As a fan, I have witnessed enough harassment and
undeserving consequences regarding Marshawn Lynch due
to his very obvious anxiety interacting with the media. I
feel, and many agree, that what you are doing is wrong. You
advocate against bullying and domestic violence, but force
your players into uncomfortable situations? With a fine
attached? There are other players willing to talk to the media
and it should be a personal choice.
“Your rules state, ‘Reasonable cooperation with the
news media is essential to the continuing popularity of our
game and its players and coaches.’ I don’t feel your rules
are reasonable as they read currently, considering the only
benefit ‘popularity’ wise the NFL gets by bullying Marshawn
is money out of his paycheck. This is not OK. And it needs
to change because its unnecessary and cruel, as well as
hypocritical. Enough is enough!”

Lynch was fined $100,000 earlier this season ($50,000
for this year and $50,000 that was held from last year if he
cooperated) for not talking to the media. He lost an appeal to
the fine last week.

Since the $100,000 fine, Lynch has used brief responses
whenever he was asked questions after games. Three responses
he used in recent games were: “Thanks for asking,” “I’m
thankful,” and “Why do y’all keep doing this every week?”

Auditions

Sun., Jan. 18th • 10 am to 2 pm
Glasgow High School

515 2nd Ave. South • Glasgow, MT • 406-228-4558

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MPPC’s Annual Meeting Coinciding
with MAGIE Ag Expo in Great Falls
Montana Pork Producers Council (MPPC) invites
Montana pork producers to attend its annual meeting
on Thursday, January 22nd at the Mansfield Civic Center
in Great Falls. By design, the event coincides with the
Montana Agricultural and industrial Expo, better
known as the MAGIE, for producer convenience. The
theme is “Taking Charge of Change” focusing on the
impacts of proactive issue management and technology
in swine production.

National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) CEO Neil
Dierks will provide his perspective on issues affecting
agriculture and share his experiences leading the swine
industry’s legislative organization. In this position,
he is responsible for the overall implementation of all
NPPC programs. Beginning in 1990, Dierks served the
national orgnaization in a series of senior executive
positions, including Executive Director of Operations,
Vice President for Research and Education and Senior
Vice President for Programs.
Speaker Sinnika Waugh will teach producers to
tackle prioritization, delegation, and valuable timemanagement techniques using her tried-and-true threestep problem solving process and electronic tools such
as email in the session “Get More Done Now.” Waugh is
founder of Your Next Clear Step, a project management
and business analysis coaching firm based in Iowa.
Registration and tradeshow begins at 8:30 am on
Thursday, January 22. Educational sessions begin at 9:45
am. Other highlights include updates from the National
Pork Board, the announcement of state winners in the
Symbol of Excellence youth carcass contest and an ag
safety workshop. The MPPC membership will elect officers
and directors and review industry issues late Thursday
afternoon in a general meeting. A social will follow with
an evening meal served featuring Montana products.

Registration for this event can be accomplished by
calling the MPPC office at (406) 557-2982 or via email
at mtpork@midrivers.com. Cost of attendance is $20.

MAGIE is a regional farm and ranch trade show
featuring exhibitors from all over the Pacific Northwest,
Montana, the Dakotas and Canada. KMON Radio has
produced the show since 1979 and is now Montana’s
largest farm and ranch trade show. From combines to
tools and over 200 exhibitors, you’ll find what you’re
looking for at MAGIE January 22nd, 23rd, & 24th at the
Montana ExpoPark, Four Seasons Arena. For more info
call Ron Korb at 406-761-7600.

Taste of Poland
Dinner & Silent Auction

Tickets:
$20 each
$35 a couple
$150 for table of 8

Live Piano • Cash Bar: Beer, Wine, & Pop

Saturday, January 24
St. Raphael’s Parish Center
Seatings at 5:00pm and 7:00pm
Item’s to benefit the pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland
Tickets Available at St. Raphael’s, the Fashionette
or by calling 263-7485

or Citizen Center
Seni

FRIDAY

Burger

Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

Used Pickup Sale
Quality at a Fair Price

All the Year End Trades on Sale
& Need to go, We are Overstocked

2012 Ford F-150 Platinum Super Crew
27,000 miles • 3.5 Liter Eco-Boost Twin Turbo 6 cyl Engine
5' 6"box • Power Deploy Running Boards,
Sienna 2 Tone Heated/Cooled Seats, Heated Rear Seats
$42,500 MSRP $38,500 CASH NO TRADE

NORTHEAST MONTANA’S FORD HEADQUARTERS
Call Jerry, Josh or Norm • 228-2141 • 866-528-2141
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