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Red-hot Raiders are ready

The Raiders’ bench looks on with anticipation as
Hinsdale’s Lukas Johnson puts up a three point shot
against Dodson on Friday night. And it’s GOOD!
The Raiders took care of the Coyotes 63-20 in
District 3C conference action to boost their record to
15-1 (undefeated in conference play), their only loss
occurring in their first game of the season as Highwood
edged them 49-47. The Raiders have rippled the nets
for 978 points (61.1 points per game) while giving up just
539 points (33.7 ppg). Those numbers could easily be
more lopsided, but Coach Mitch Capdeville does a great

job in getting his entire bench some quality minutes.
The Raiders will be in Scobey (6-4 in conference, 9-7
overall) this Friday and again the following weekend
as the Spartans play host to the District 3C Boys’ and
Girls’ Basketball Tournaments slated for February 1921. The Raider boys are without a doubt the favorite to
win the district title. Other teams competing in Scobey
are Dodson, Frazer, Lustre Christian, Nashua, SacoWhitewater (boys) and the Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale
girls who are the heavy favorites to blaze their way to
the Eastern C Divisional Tournament.

Annual Glasgow Kiwanis
Club Science Fair Results
February 6 - 12

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DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON

FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS

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The
20th
Annual
Glasgow Kiwanis Science
was held Saturday and
Monday February 7 and
9, 2015 at the Glasgow
Eastside School. 35 students
presented 23 projects from
grades 5, 6 and 8 which
were judged by three teams
of judges. Students could
present projects alone, or as
a team of two. Projects were
to demonstrate the scientific
method by performing an
experiment by comparing
things.
Judges were from the
Kiwanis Club, National
Weather
Service,
Fish
Wildlife and Parks, and local
Businesses: Bill Martin, Jeff
Remus, Ted Jamba, Rich
Malianco, Marc Kloker,
Steve
Dalbey,
Jennifer
Fewer, Amber Swindler,
Sam Fallang, Heidi Fallang,
Pete Helland, and Arnold
Hill.

Dr. Charles Wilson was
the fair coordinator, assisted
by Sam Fallang of CHMS.
Judging was difficult since
there were so many excellent
projects exhibited as always.
The top finishers were:
Fifth Grade:
1. Kate Parks, Nice Ice
2. Blake Lloyd and Bergen
Miller, Match – Got a
Light
3. Kodi Schulz and Nora
Neumiller,
Potato
Battery Experiment
Sixth Grade:
1. Meranda Bechel and
Hannah Toavs, Can
Bacteria Eat Oil Stains?
2. Calvin
Bengochea,
What Wood is Best in
a Baseball Bat?

3. Emma Miller, Goin’ the
Distance
Eighth Grade:
Adele Chalmers, first
place for Plant Life
The Kiwanis Club
awarded ribbons. The first
three winning projects in
grades 5 and 6 received
$60 , $40 and $20 in
Glasgow Chamber “Big
Bucks” courtesy of the F.
M. Deaconess Hospital
and the Glasgow Kiwanis
Club, shared if a team.
The eight grade winner
received $100 in “Big
Bucks”.
The winners will now
present their projects to the
Kiwanis Club at the Eastside
school
on
Wednesday,
March 25th during the noon
hour. The school selects
those students which they
will send on to compete at
the regional Science Fair at
Havre.
FEBRUARY 4 - 10

GREAT SAVINGS

HAVE BLOWN INTO
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Boneless Beef

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Beef Petite

SIRLOIN STEAKS..................$3.99/lb
Assorted Bone-In

PORK LOIN CHOPS.............. $1.99/lb
Pork Family Pack

SPARE RIBS.........................$2.49/lb
Beef Family Pack

CUBE STEAK........................$5.29/lb
Oscar Mayer 4.3-11.1 oz. Select Varieites

LUNCHABLES.......................$2.49 ea

Clubhouse Manager Wanted
Sunnyside Golf Club is searching for a
Clubhouse Manager.
Duties include overseeing daily operations of
restaurant, bar and pro shop and
oversees all special events.
Full time seasonal work which is typically from
mid-April through mid-October,
working 40 hours or more per week.
Wages will be negotiated based on experience,
including a $500 sign on bonus for qualified
applicant under contract by 3/31/15.
Employee is eligible for free golfing and
a cell phone is provided.
For more information,
contact Glasgow Job Service at 228-9369.

Icy roads here
& there as well
as flooding

Many roads across northeast Montana are ice covered,
or partially covered, making travel difficult. Beaver Creek
near Hinsdale has risen several feet in the last 36 hours and
is expected to reach flood stage today. Excessive snow melt
runoff, with possible ice jams, is causing the rapid rise. A
flood warning is in effect for the areas between Saco and
Hinsdale at this time.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 16. North
northwest wind 9 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 22. Northeast
wind 8 to 10 mph.
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 15.
Wind chill values as low as zero. East southeast wind 10 to
15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 37. South wind 5
to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 18 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23. West
northwest wind around 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20
mph.
Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 40. West northwest
wind 8 to 10 mph.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 32.
Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 37.
Washington’s Birthday: A slight chance of snow. Mostly
cloudy, with a high near 25.

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WEDNESDAY
Cordon Bleu

Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

Soup: Tomato • Chili
Specials:

Chicken Club
Pork Chop Dinner
Dine at the“O”
228-8006

BUZZIFIEDS
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Cape Air is seeking airport staff for Glasgow Airport!
Must be 18 or older, able to lift 70 lbs, have excellent customer service skills,
basic computer skills & must work well independently. Come join our fun
and energetic team- Cape Air offers competitive pay and benefits including
airline travel benefits, paid holidays, vacation/personal time and so much
more! FOR MORE INFO & TO APPLY, PLEASE SEE JOB #2015024
GLASGOW CROSS-TRAINED AGENT AT: WWW.CAPEAIR.COM/JOBS.
BUZZ
2 IMMEDIATE JOB OPENINGS: Lube & Tire Techs. Must have clean driving
record, able to pass pre-employment drug screening. Duties include but not
limited to: changing oil on passenger & light truck vehicles, also changing
& repairing of tires on said vehicles. Training will be provided to successful
candidate. Salary DOE. Benefits, paid time off, 401K, life insurance, medical,
dental & glasses. INTERESTED CANDIDATES SHOULD CONTACT STU
AT TIRE-RAMA WITH UPDATED RESUME & JOB HISTORY
BUZZ
OPENINGS AVAILABLE AT MIRROR IMAGE: Established Salon, full or
part-time esthetician, or nail tech. Openings available for all positions. CALL
228-2330 ASK FOR KRISTI
BUZZ
LOOKING FOR A PICK-UP: Early 90’s Ford F-150 4WD super-cab, long
box. CALL 263-0080
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2012 Chrysler 200 with 2.4 litre, 55,000 miles, excellent
condition asking $14000.00 or best offer, CAN SEE AT LAWRENCE CAR
WASH CALL 406-263-4512
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2006 New Vision Toy Hauler 43 foot with 10 foot 6 garage,
central vac system, fully insulated underbelly, new treated roof, sleeps 7, great
condition. Asking $24,000.00 or best offer, SEE AT LAWRENCE CAR WASH
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2011 Ford Explorer Limited. 77,800 miles, loaded, very good
condition, new tires, silver, black interior. $23,400. CALL 942-2895
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2 bath. No smoking, no pets. Very clean. CALL 230-1261
BUZZ
FOR RENT & SALE IN ST. MARIE: 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath. CALL 406-524-3742.
BUZZ
FOR RENT: Spacious 1625 sq. ft, 3 bed 1 bath apartment in the Helland
Agency building, 21 US hwy 2 East. Rent by the month. Ideal for construction
crews! CALL CHRIS FOR DETAILS 228-2114.
BUZZ
STORE FRONT SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE, 228-2800
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GET YOUR PATTY’S GREENHOUSE GIFT CERTIFICATES at Mane
Street Beauty Salon. They would make a great Valentines Day gift to last
all summer. CALL 228-4100
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FOR SALE AT THE DAIRY QUEEN… Valentine Cakes and Cupcakes.
ORDER TODAY FOR PICK UP ON FRIDAY 228-8342

AMAZING YARD - TASTEFULLY DONE! With 4 Bedrooms 3 baths and an

attached heated double garage this
home is a must see! The large open
kitchen features a double oven and a
separate gas stove top. The living
room has cathedral ceilings and a
gas fire place. The master bedroom
is located on the upper floor and has
a walk in closet, jet tub and a balcony
that allows you to look over the
massive landscaped backyard. With
a new septic, new well and new roof
20-938 this home is "move in ready".

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NEW LIST

CALL JON TODAY 228-2113
www.hellandagencyinc.com

Glasgow, Montana

Asking $315,000

SPECIALS:
TUESDAY

Soup: TURKEY VEGGIE
Lunch: Sm. 3 MEAT PIZZA
Dinner: 2 pc. LIVER & ONION

WEDNESDAY

Soup: BEEF NOODLE
Lunch: ROUND UP BURGER
Dinner: 2 pc. PORK CHOP

THURSDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE
Lunch: LUCY BURGER
Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER
Lunch: FISH BURGER

Early Valentine’s
Special
CRAB STUFFED 8 oz SIRLOIN

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

NEWLY REMODELED HOME ON NORTH SIDE!
This 1920 +/- sq. ft. home has been newly remodeled with
new kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel

#225

painted inside and out. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 sleeping
rooms and a large open dining room, kitchen, and living
room. Large windows add a lot of natural light in this
home. Oversized double car garage with new driveway and
fenced yard make this home truly Move in Ready!
531 9th Street North, Glasgow - Asking $219,000

Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Septic / Sump / RV / Misc. Pumping

Licensed in Valley, Roosevelt, McCone & Phillips Counties

Give Bryce Lawrence a Call

406-230-1771

Fish & Wildlife Commission to
Meet Via Video Conference Feb. 12

Montana’s Fish & Wildlife Commission will meet
via video conference call on Thursday, February 12th.
The call, set to begin at 8:30 a.m., will be telecast live at
FWP Headquarters in Helena, 1420 E. Sixth Ave.—and
at each FWP regional office.
Among the hunting items the commission will
consider for final action include deer regulations, spring
black bear regulations and spring turkey quotas.
Additionally, commissioners will take final action
on a bighorn sheep hunting season and boundary
change in hunting district 315 near Lima in preparation
for a possible depopulation of the Tendoy Mountain
herd due to persistent disease concerns.
The commission also will take final action on
an instream-flow water lease on Deep Creek near
Townsend, commercial fishing regulations on Canyon
Ferry Reservoir and Lake Helena near Helena, publicuse rules for wildlife management areas, and removal
of an outdated “game preserve” designation on about
1,460 acres near Conrad.
Proposed for public comment is a rule that would
allow for a public-safety closure on the Bitterroot River
at Supply Ditch, a low-head diversion dam that poses a
danger to boaters in the spring.
FWP also will seek the commission’s endorsement
to pursue a conservation easement on ranchland near
Choteau.
For the full agenda and additional information,
visit FWP’s website at fwp.mt.gov. Click “For
Commission Information.” Audio of every Fish &
Wildlife Commission meeting is streamed live via the
FWP website.

Trapper Education Class Conducted
by Montana Trappers Association

The Montana Trappers Association will conduct a free
voluntary Trapper Education class on Saturday March 7th
from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. It will be held in Glendive MT
at the 1st Congregational Church, 120 W. Power St. A free
lunch will be provided to those attending. Children under
the age of 10 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

This class will instruct proper trap placement, trapping
equipment, trapper ethics and responsibility, fur handling,
health concerns and trapping regulations.
Registration will take place at the class. For further
information contact MTA Dist. 6 Director Harold Johnson,
406-480-2519 or MTA Education Coordinator Fran Buell
406-376-3178. E-mail 7mbuell@itstriangle.com

anks for al te payers for Bob tese past
two years as e strugged with seveal
edical issues, especialy te ast alf year.
Also tanks for te food, cards, eorials,
floers, ad support son to us during tis
very difficut tie.
anks to Pastor Scott for te ovely service
for Bob; aong with Coleen ompson,
eoard Swenson, ad Auda Beigener for
te music. A special tanks to soe of Bob’s
frieds for being is palbeaers. He truly
was bessed for aving any woderful
frieds in is ife.
Also tanks to Jace Bal for al te ties e
caed for Bob in te ER, to Dr. Bel ad te
est of te staff, ad Steve ad Ket Bel.
Your toughfuless ad support wil ever be
forgotten.

e Robert Combs Faily

Tangles

Salon

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
WEDNESDAY
Breakfast

Hairstyles for All Ages
Cuts, Colors & Perms

(406) 853-5100

LeAnn
Murnion
Cosmetologist

330 4th Ave S. • Glasgow, MT

Egg & Cheese Sandwich
Sausage Patty • Juice • Milk
Lunch

Chicken Burger w/ Lett & Ranch
Dill Spears • Rice Krispie Bar
Pears • Choice of Fruit • Milk

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Before it’s
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Solid Finances Series Wednesday

It was a great turnout for the eighth session of
MSU Extension’s Solid Finances Series and the public is
encouraged to attend the next session.

“Should I have a Trust?” is the topic of the
ninth session for the 2014/2015 Solid Finances Series
on Wednesday, February 11th at 12:05 p.m. in the
Community Room of the Valley County Courthouse.

A revocable living trust can be an excellent tool for
handling some types of financial affairs, but it is not an
appropriate choice for everyone. During this session
Marsha Goetting will explore the advantages and
disadvantages of establishing a revocable living trust
compared to a testamentary trust. She will also share
alternative legal arrangements that may accomplish
your goals more effectively.
A light lunch will be served. Call 228-6241 for
more information.

9th Annual Hi-Line Gobblers
Banquet rapidly approaching

Winner, winner, Prime Rib Dinner!

The 9th Annual Hunting Heritage & Conservation
Banquet will be held on Saturday, February 21st at the
St. Raphael’s Parish Center gym.
Hosted by the Hi-Line Gobblers chapter of the
National Wild Turkey Federation, you’ve got until
Sunday, February 15th to get in on the Early Bird special
for a chance at these prizes and discounts:

• Door-Prize Print
• $50 off Boss Gobbler Raffle Package (includes 3 HiRoller gun tickets, $500 in general raffle tickets)
• $25 off Boss Hen Raffle Package (includes 1 Hi-Roller
gun ticket and $200 in general raffle tickets)

Tickets are $55 for singles (with NWTF

membership);
$75 for couples (with NWTF
membership); $300 Sponsor couples (with NWTF
membership); $800 for Gun Table for 8 (with $300
certificate for games); or $1,000 for Gun Table Sponsor
for 8 (with $300 certificate).

Don’t Delay: Let us know if you’ll be joining us
for the 9th Annual Hunting Heritage & Conservation
Banquet…Win Guns! Support Wildlife! And enjoy a
Great Prime Rib Dinner catered by VFW and Ladies’
Auxiliary! Doors open at 4:30 with dinner at 6:00.

Please RSVP by February 15th to:
Hi-Line Gobblers

P.O. Box 641

Glasgow, MT 59230

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Feeling overwhelmed?

Moving to Prairie Ridge, Nemont or
Valley View?

Let us help.

Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025

&
D&G Sports
Western

Baker’s Jewelry
OPEN

Valentine’s Day 2015
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Feb. Gun Buy of
the Month

Valentine’s Day Special
Steak & Lobster

Hours for Valentine’s Day:
Lunch 11am - 3:30pm
Dinner 5pm - 9pm

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