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Published by BS Central
515 2nd Ave. S Glasgow, MT 59230
406-228-4558 fax: 406-228-4578
bscentral@nemont.net

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Frosty the Leprechaun!

Frosty is happy that spring is upon us (its official this Friday)


and is out-n-about making his rounds. Yesterday he celebrated

St. Paddys Day in the friendly atmosphere of the VFW, where


everyone is happy to see Frosty popping in again.

Boat docks being reinstalled by the Corps



Fort Peck Spring has arrived
at Fort Peck Reservoir and the
Missouri River. The US Army Corps
of Engineers have installed boat
docks along the Missouri River at
Floodplain and Roundhouse Point
this week, and the dock Nelson
Creek on Fort Peck Reservoir will be

installed within a week. Docks at the


remaining recreation areas with boat
ramps will be installed as Fort Peck
Lake becomes ice free.
We want you to come out and
enjoy these resources, but we also
want to remind you to be safe. The air
may be warm, but the water this time

of year is still very cold. An accident


can lead to dire circumstances:
Sudden drowning initial
immersion will cause cold shock
and gasping for air.
Physical Incapacitation loss
of hand control can occur in less
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Dr. Chip to speak Tuesday

Dr. Chip Halverson, 1987 Glasgow High School


graduate, will be here for another free health talk
on Tuesday, March 24th from 6:00-7:15 p.m. at the
Cottonwood Inn.

Well have some more info in tomorrows Buzz.

March 13 - 19

National Ag Day today

SHOWINGS
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4:10 - 7:00 - 9:15

113 Min.

129 Min.

For thematic material, some


violence and language

PG

For mild thematic elements

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

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

Tangles

Salon

Hairstyles for All Ages


Cuts, Colors & Perms

(406) 853-5100

LeAnn
Murnion
Cosmetologist

330 4th Ave S. Glasgow, MT


MARCH 18 - 24

SPECIALS:
WEDNESDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE


Lunch: COLD MEATLOAF
SANDWICH
Dinner: 2 PC. PORK CHOP

THURSDAY

Soup: CHICKEN NOODLE


Lunch: POLISH, SWISS
& KRAUT
Dinner: 8oz CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER


Lunch: SHRIMP BURGER
Dinner: WALLEYE

SATURDAY

Boneless Beef Tri-Tip

STEAKS OR ROAST..............$6.99/lb.
Pork

BABY BACK RIBS................ $3.49/lb.


Boneless Beef

TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS..........$5.99/lb.


Nautilus 10 oz.

SHRIMP RINGS.................. $6.99 ea.

Soup: COOKS CHOICE


Lunch: REUBEN
Dinner: 8oz SIRLOIN

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

Have Your Parties Here


BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO
HANG OUT!

Nautilus 2 lb. Bag

FISH..................................$3.99 ea.

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
THURSDAY
Breakfast

Hot or Cold Cereal


Cinn. Toast Hot Cocoa Milk
Lunch

TILAPIA FILLETS................. $7.99 ea.


Sea Cuisine 8.5 - 10 oz. Sel. Var.


Do you know where your food comes from?
If youre like many Americans, the answer is the
Reynolds or Albertsons. And frankly, thats disturbing.
The grocery store isnt where food comes from - its
just from where its distributed. In reality, far too many
people are unaware of the role of American agriculture
in their daily lives... and what it really takes to have food
on their dinner table.
Just a few generations ago, most people were a part
of - and had friends or relatives involved with agriculture. Today, thats no longer the case. Agriculture
is responsible for providing the necessities of life...
food, fiber, clothing, and shelter. And its about time
Americans recognize that contribution!
American farmers are working harder than ever, and
it shows. Today, each American farmer feeds more than
144 people. And the need for food produced in the United
States is dramatic. Agriculture is this nations #1 export and
vitally important in sustaining a healthy economy.
And its not just the farmer who makes our food
possible. The entire agriculture industry, all the way to
the grocery store, are vital links in a chain that brings
food to every citizen and millions of people abroad.
Frankly, its easy to take agriculture for granted in
America. Our food is readily accessible and safe. For
this, were unbelievably fortunate. But that doesnt mean
we dont have an obligation to recognize how its made
possible.
March 18, 2015, is National Ag Day, hosted by the
Agriculture Council of America. Ag Day is a good time
to reflect - and be grateful for - American agriculture!

THE HANGAR

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

Taco Soup w/ Crackers


Pretzel w/ Cheese PB Bar
Mixed Fruit Milk

Soup: Beer Cheese Chili


Specials:

Tuna Melt
French Dip
Dine at theO
228-8006

BUZZIFIEDS

Tonight: A chance of rain and snow before midnight.


Cloudy, with a low around 29. East wind 5 to 8 mph
becoming calm. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Little or
no snow accumulation expected.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 53. West
northwest wind 8 to 10 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 32.
South wind 3 to 5 mph.
Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 55. West wind 6
to 8 mph.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27.
Northeast wind 9 to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 18
mph.
Saturday: A slight chance of snow before noon, then a
slight chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 46.
East wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph.
Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Saturday Night: A chance of rain, snow, freezing rain,
and sleet. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24.
Sunday: A chance of rain, snow, and freezing rain. Mostly
cloudy, with a high near 40.
Sunday Night: A slight chance of snow and freezing rain.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23.
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 47.
Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 30.
Tuesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 52.

BUZZ
BABY SHOWER for Diane Jensen & Kallen Irene at Sr. Citizen Center.
Friday, March 20 from 7pm - 8:30pm. ALL IS WELCOME TO COME!
BUZZ
VALLEY VIEW POSITION OPENINGS: Activities Aide, Part time- Full
time Housekeeper, Full time Maintenance Assistant, Full time C N A,
Bath Aide. BENEFITS Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Vac/Sick/Holiday,
Vision, Retirement Plan. Positions are open until filled. Job applications
and complete job descriptions can be picked up at Valley View Home or
the Glasgow Job Service. FOR ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL ERIN
AT 406-228-2461.
BUZZ
EZZIES MIDTOWN is looking for a full-time employee. Starting wage
is $9.00/hr with some benefits after a 90 day probationary period. Most
shifts will be four 10 hour shifts, some night shifts (1-11pm Sun-Thurs or
2-12pm Fri & Sat) and some day shifts (9am - 7pm). Days and hours of
shifts will vary week to week. APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT
EZZIES MIDTOWN
BUZZ
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Customer Service Representative
Radiology Department. Full-time; Monday - Friday. High School Diploma
or GED required. Previous clerical, medical terminology and computer
experience preferred. Qualified applicant will be responsible for patient
check in, scheduling appointments and data entry of all patient information.
Other duties will include answering telephones, directing to appropriate
personnel and assisting in other clerical duties as assigned. FMDH IS AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. PLEASE
CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3638 FOR MORE
INFORMATION
BUZZ
HELP WANTED: Morning line cook, waiter/waitress, bussers. PICK UP
APPLICATION AT COTTONWOOD
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
DOWNTOWN APT FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, 1 bath available Apr. 1. $400/
mo. + utilities. On site laundry; No smoking; No pets; Damage deposit and
references required. SECOND AVENUE PROPERTIES, LLC 263-4893
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex, small fenced yard, washer/dryer
hookups, central A/C and heat. No pets, No smoking. $650/month + utilities.
CALL 263-0126
BUZZ
STORE FRONT SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE, 228-2800

Custom Carpentry Roofing Repairs Windows Doors Kitchens Baths

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Thursday
& Friday

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Highlanders wrestle
FANTASTIC at State

The Glasgow Wrestling Clubs Highlanders took a


record 45 athletes to state in Great Falls this weekend.
They came away with another club record....17 state
placers!!
As a team we competed hard all weekend, said
Coach Brady Flaten. ALL 45 kids got BETTER because
they competed in a high-level tournament featuring 64
teams!
Many of the Highlanders came up just a match or
two short of the podium. 2015 AAU State Placers for
the Highlanders include:
Tot 55 - Ethan Engstrom 6th Place
Tot HWT - Cody Kuka STATE CHAMPION
Bantam 70 - Cade... Hudyma - 4th Place
Bantam 80 - Klay Cornwell - 5th Place
Midget 85 - Levi Overvold - 5th Place
Midget 95 - Ethyn Schindler - 2nd Place
Midget 103 - Grady Nielsen - 4th Place
Midget 112 - Carlos Gonzales - 3rd Place
Midget 130 - Kohl Kittleson - STATE CHAMPION
Novice 100 - Kyler Hallock - 5th Place
School Boy 140 - Dylan Nieskens - 4th Place
School Boy 160 - Cooper Larson - 4th Place
School Boy 180 - Trevor Overvold - STATE CHAMPION
Cadet 98 - Matthew Reyling - 3rd Place
Cadet 113 - Quinn Whitmus - 4th Place
Cadet 152 - Alex Hallock - 4th Place
Elite 113 - Gabe Hallock - 5th Place
This weekend 29 Highlanders will travel to
Denver for the prestigious Rocky Mountain National
Tournament. The rest of the youngsters will travel to
Wolf Point on Saturday.
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State champions are, above: Trevor Overvold; below:


Kohl Kittleson; at right: Cody Kuka.

Honoring a 95th
birthday tonight
The American Legion
& Auxiliary #41 will have a
short meeting Wednesday,
March 18th at 7:00 p.m. at
the VFW Hall in Glasgow.
Following Post &
Auxiliary meeting, the
Auxiliary will honor the
Post on their 95th Birthday
with cake, baked by Angie
Wersal, and ice cream.
Members are asked
to please bring all pop
tabs, Campbell Soup
labels and coupons from
Sundays paper to be sent
overseas, as the District
I Convention will be in
Wolf Point and this all will
be delivered to Darlene
Nordhagen who will take
it to Billings.

MARCH 19-20

MARCH 21-22

Third Round

Mar 21

Portland

Mar 21

Jacksonville

Mar 21

Jacksonville

Mar 22

Omaha

Mar 22

Omaha

Mar 21

Pittsburgh

Mar 22

Columbus

Mar 21

Louisville

Regional
Semifinals
MARCH 28-29

Regional
Finals
APRIL 4

National
Semifinals

11 BYU (259)

11 Ole Miss (2012)

MARCH 26-27

MW
90

94
Mar 17

FILL OUT YOUR BRACKET


NATIONAL BRACKET DAY
MARCH 16

First Four
First Round*
DAYTON
MARCH 17-18
Watch On

INDIANAPOLIS

Final Four
APRIL 4 AND 6

National
Championship
APRIL 6

Watch the tournament on these networks


or online at NCAA.COM/MARCHMADNESS

***ALL TIMES EASTERN***

All times Eastern

The NCAA opposes all forms of sports wagering.

MARCH 28-29

Regional
Finals
MARCH 26-27

Regional
Semifinals

Mar 22

Third Round

MARCH 19-20

Second Round

North Dakota St. (239) 15

Mar 20, approx. 9:50pm - TNT

Gonzaga (322) 2

Davidson (247) 10

Mar 20, approx. 7:20pm - TNT

Iowa (2111) 7

UAB (1915) 14

Mar 19, 12:40pm - truTV

Iowa St. (258) 3

UCLA (2013) 11

Mar 19, approx. 3:10pm - truTV

SMU (276) 6

Eastern Wash. (268) 13

Mar 19, approx. 9:57PM - truTV

Georgetown (2110) 4

S.F. Austin (294) 12

Mar 19, approx. 7:27pm - truTV

Utah (248) 5

St. Johns (2111) 9

Mar 20, approx. 9:40pm - CBS

San Diego St. (268) 8

N. Florida/Robert Morris 16

Mar 20, approx. 7:10pm - CBS

Duke (294) 1

Belmont (2210) 15

Mar 20, approx. 3:10pm - truTV

Virginia (293) 2

Georgia (2111) 10

Mar 20, 12:40pm - truTV

Michigan St. (2311) 7

Albany (248) 14

Mar 20, approx. 7:27pm - truTV

Oklahoma (2210) 3

Boise St./Dayton 11

Mar 20, approx. 9:57pm - truTV

Providence (2211) 6

UC Irvine (2112) 13

Mar 20, approx. 4:10pm - TBS

Louisville (248) 4

Wyoming (259) 12

Mar 20, 1:40pm - TBS

UNI (303) 5

LSU (2210) 9

Mar 19, approx. 9:20pm - TBS

N. Carolina St. (2013) 8

Lafayette (2012) 16

Mar 19, approx. 6:50pm - TBS

Villanova (322) 1

MARCH 21-22

Seattle

Mar 21

Louisville

Mar 21

Portland

Mar 22

Charlotte

Mar 22

Charlotte

Mar 22

Columbus

Mar 22

Seattle

Mar 21

Pittsburgh

Dayton (258) 11

Mar 18, approx. 9:10pm - truTV

Boise St. (258) 11

APRIL 4

National
Semifinals

North Florida (2311) 16


Robert Morris (19-14) 16

Mar 18, 6:40pm - truTV

EAST
SYRACUSE
March 27 & 29

SOUTH
HOUSTON
March 27 & 29

March 19 and 21 second-/third-round sites: Jacksonville, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Portland. March 20 and 22 second-/third-round sites: Charlotte, Columbus, Omaha, Seattle.
March 26 and 28 regional sites: Cleveland, Los Angeles. March 27 and 29 regional sites: Houston, Syracuse.

March 26 & 28

LOS ANGELES

WEST

March 26 & 28

CLEVELAND

MIDWEST

74

(1913) 64
Mar 17

16 Hampton (1617)

16 Manhattan

Second Round

1 Kentucky (340)
Mar 19, approx. 9:40pm - CBS

8 Cincinnati (2210)

16 Hampton

Mar 19, approx. 7:10pm - CBS

9 Purdue (2112)
Mar 20, 2:10pm - TNT

5 West Virginia (239)


12 Buffalo (239)
4 Maryland (276)
Mar 20, approx. 4:40pm - TNT

13 Valparaiso (285)
6 Butler (2210)
Mar 19, approx. 2:45Ppm - CBS

3 Notre Dame (295)

11 Texas (2013)

Mar 19, 12:15pm - CBS

14 Northeastern (2311)
Mar 20, approx. 2:45pm - CBS

7 Wichita St. (284)


10 Indiana (2013)
2 Kansas (268)
Mar 20, 12:15pm - CBS

15 New Mexico St. (2310)


1 Wisconsin (313)
Mar 20, approx. 9:20pm - TBS

16 Coastal Caro. (249)

Mar 20, approx. 6:50pm - TBS

8 Oregon (259)
9 Oklahoma St. (1813)
5 Arkansas (268)
Mar 19, approx. 9:50pm - TNT

12 Wofford (286)
4 North Carolina (2411)
Mar 19, approx. 7:20pm - TNT

13 Harvard (227)

Mar 19, approx. 4:10pm - TBS

6 Xavier (2113)
11 Ole Miss

Mar 19, 1:40pm - TBS

3 Baylor (249)

7 VCU (269)

14 Georgia St. (249)


Mar 19, approx. 4:40pm - TNT

10 Ohio St. (2310)

2 Arizona (313)
Mar 19, 2:10pm - TNT

15 Texas Southern (2212)

Myron Malnaa Auctioneer


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Registration at 6:30 pm
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Boat Docks continued from front

than one minute, loss of arm control can occur in three


to five minutes.
Hypothermia can occur in approximately 30 minutes.
Circumrescue collapse drop in cardiovascular
function during or after a rescue can lead to fainting
or cardiac arrest.

Remember: dress for water temperature, not air
temperature; wear a personal flotation device; file a float
plan; and bring spare clothes, a blanket, and other safety
Offer expires 4/30/15, or while supplies last. Some restrictions apply. A 2-year voice and data
gear
in a dry bag.
contract are required. Taxes, surcharges and other fees are in addition to your monthly access fee.
for details.
See storeHave
Fun, Be Safe, and Come Back!

Limited Time Offer!


Limited Time Offer!

Pictured with Tom Markle (center) are Ken Jansa,


Area Chairman (Left) and Jeff Cole, Treasurer (Right)
of the local Missouri/Milk River Chapter of Ducks
Unlimited presenting Tom with a check for $2,900 to
benefit the Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial.
The DU chapter brought in a nice Henry Rifle that
was auctioned off at March 7ths Dinner Event, with
all proceeds going to the Veterans Memorial. The
tremendous supporter of this auction item was Norm
Sillerud of HiLine Ford in Glasgow.

Offer expires 4/30/15, or while supplies last. Some restrictions apply. A 2-year voice and data
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