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JMG participates in Pennies for Patients

The Jobs for Montana Graduates (JMG) class recently


conducted its Pennies for Patients campaign in
Glasgow and it was a huge success, thanks to the local
people and businesses who assisted the students with
collecting change. JMG students are, back row (left to
right): Lane Provencher, Keil Krumwiede, Jake Page,
Josey Uphaus, Kaleb Cole, and Hunter Rankin.
Front Row (left to right)- Lauren Runningen, Talyor
Thoeny, Darci Shipman, Carissa Wixson, and JMG

Instructor, Mrs. Jill Page. Not Pictured:


Breanna Barstad, Jaycee Wixson,
Wyatt Mattfedlt, Chris Kelm, and Amy
Nelson.
Since 1994, millions of dollars have been raised in
pennies and other spare change by more than 10 million
elementary, middle and high school students throughout
the country. The funds, collected during a three-week
period, benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Glasgows Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday at Hoyt Park



The Kiwanis Clubs annual Easter Egg Hunt
will be held on Saturday, April 4th beginning at
11:00 at Hoyt Park (between the Glasgow Civic
Center and the Glasgow City Pool).

Sponsored by Reynolds Market and the


Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, the
kids will go out in groups of ages 1-3, 4-5
and 6-8.

Good Friday at Evangelical

TONIGHT, APR 2
MIDNIGHT SHOWING


All are invited to attend a joint Good Friday service
of community churches on Friday, April 3rd at noon at
the Glasgow Evangelical Church. In addition, there will
be a sunrise Easter service with breakfast following on
Sunday, April 5th at 7:30 am at the Glasgow Evangelical
Church with Easter worship at 10:00 am.

In need of six more cooks!

Mar 27 - Apr 2

SHOWINGS

HELD
OVER

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4:00 - 7:00 - 9:20

4:10 - 7:15 - 9:15

93 Min.

119 Min.

PG-13

Intense Violence and Action


Throughout, Some Sensuality, Thematic
Elements and Brief Language

PG

Mild Action and Some Rude Humor

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

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

Highlanders perform
well at Montana Open

The Montana Open this past weekend in Billings


signified the end of folkstyle wrestling season with
OVER 1,500 wrestlers from around the region gathering
at the Metra.

We had some outstanding individual performances,
including some that came up just a match or two short
of the podium in some huge weight classes, Coach
Brady Flaten was pleased to report. All of our wrestlers
benefited from this weekends great competition at the
Metra!

Nine Highlanders did manage to place at this
prestigious Montana Open! They were:
6U 76 -- Cade Hudyma 4th
6U 76 -- Jorden Barnhart 6th
8U 97 -- Grady Nielsen 2nd
10U 100 -- Kyler Hallock 3rd
10U 100 -- Dalton Sand 6th
10U 127 -- Kohl Kittleson 3rd
12U 165 -- Ty Kittleson 5th
15U 109 -- Quinn Whitmus 5th
18U 113 -- Gabe Hallock 6th
So, nine of the 30 Glasgow Wrestling Club
participants placed at the Open. 30 wresterls were the
third most by a class B town in the state, only fewer than
the two from Yellowstone County where the tournament
was held. The Highlanders qualified as a LARGE team
in standings.

There are now six cooks committed for the 4th


Annual Cuisine for the Cure, and six more are needed
before tickets can go on sale.
Please, lend your culinary skills for this Northeast
Montana Life event. If you are interested, please contact
Rod Karst, 263-8757 or Phyllis, 939-0754 as soon as
possible.

The 4th Annual Cusine for the Cure will be held at
the Elks Lodge on Thursday, April 23rd from 6:00-7:30
p.m.

Heirloom Quilters to meet

The Heirloom Quilters monthly meeting is on


Monday, April 6th at 7:00 p.m. at the Glasgow Seniors
Citizens Center. For those wishing to come early to sew
the doors will open at 5:00.

2016 DC Trip being planned


There will be a meeting on Wednesday, April 8th
at 6:00 p.m. in room 4 at Glasgow High School for
any Sophomores or Juniors (next years Juniors and
Seniors) from Glasgow, Nashua, Opheim or Hinsdale
that would like to go to Washington, D.C. in March of
2016.
It is asked that a parent please accompany their
son or daughter at this meeting. For more information,
please contact Rod Karst at 263-8757.

Trip of the Month Winners



Fort Peck Fine Arts Council is proud to announce
its 7th Annual Trip of the Month winners for April
2015.
First Prize WINNER: Angie Stanley of Glasgow,
round-trip airfare for two from Billings, 4 nights
accommodations, compact rental car, in Mesa,
Arizona.
Second Prize WINNER: Gloria Klind-Jacobson of
Hinsdale, $200 cash

BUZZIFIEDS

Good Friday
Nashua 3pm
Glasgow 6pm
Feeling
sorry for the
FWPs walleye
spawning crew!!!

Tonight A 20 percent chance of showers before 7pm.


Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27. Northwest wind 15
to 20 mph becoming light north northwest after midnight.
Winds could gust as high as 28 mph.
Friday A slight chance of snow showers between 7am and
1pm, then a slight chance of rain showers after 1pm. Partly
sunny, with a high near 53. Light west wind becoming west
northwest 9 to 14 mph in the morning. Winds could gust
as high as 21 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Friday Night A 20 percent chance of showers before 7pm.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 30. West northwest wind
9 to 14 mph becoming light and variable after midnight.
Winds could gust as high as 21 mph.
Saturday A slight chance of rain and snow showers
between 7am and 1pm, then a slight chance of rain
showers after 1pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 57.
Calm wind becoming east around 6 mph in the morning.
Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Saturday Night A 20 percent chance of showers before
7pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 30. Light and
variable wind becoming east around 6 mph after midnight.

BUZZ
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Cleaning Technician. Wed. Sun.,
3am to 11am. Must be able to read and follow written and oral
instructions. On-the-job training provided. Must be self-motivated
and dependable. Duties: Clean and sanitize rooms and furnishings in
assigned work areas following established policies and procedures,
to maintain high standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout
the Hospital. Ability to work according to established schedule for
specific hospital area. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT
(406) 228.3638 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
BUZZ
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Maintenance Assistant Full-time,
Monday Friday. Must have High School Diploma or GED. Employee
will work as member of the maintenance crew to maintain the facility
and grounds in a high quality, operational condition in order to
facilitate the delivery of optimal patient care. Will be responsible
for all types of general building maintenance. FMDH is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE
HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3638 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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
HELP WANTED: Campbell Lodge is looking for Reliable self-starter,
for housekeeping, front desk, laundry, etc.Starting at $10/hr. APPLY
AT CAMPBELL LODGE
BUZZ
HELP WANTED: Morning line cook, waiter/waitress, bussers. PICK
UP APPLICATION AT COTTONWOOD
BUZZ
STORE FRONT SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE, 228-2800
BUZZ
FOR SALE: GMC Envoy (Trailblazer), Fully loaded, heated leather
seats, Bose stereo, TV 3 rows of seats. $5,250. 524-7331
BUZZ
GUTTER CLEANING: Dont break your neck. Leave it to professionals.
Licensed & Insured. 263-1901
BUZZ
LAWN MOWING SERVICE: Mowing, raking, trimming. CALL 2282306 0R 263-2308

Sunday Partly sunny, with a high near 49. East northeast


wind 6 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.
Sunday Night A chance of rain and snow. Mostly cloudy,
with a low around 27. Breezy.
Monday Rain and snow likely. Cloudy, with a high near
39. Breezy.
Monday Night Rain and snow likely. Mostly cloudy, with a
low around 22. Breezy.
Wednesday Partly sunny, with a high near 52.

Now accepting applications.


Apply in store.
Looking for energetic team players with great
customer service and a friendly smile.

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NORTHEAST MONTANAS FORD HEADQUARTERS


Call Jerry, Josh or Norm 228-2141 866-528-2141
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Looking at licensing price hikes

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is at the expected


point in time where current funding wont sustain todays
programs and services as Montanas fish and wildlife
management budget faces a $5.75 million shortfall.

The funding gap will be addressed by the upcoming
Montana Legislature where solutions will come down to
three choicesin whole or in part:
fishing and hunting license-fee adjustments;
further cuts to fish and wildlife management
programs;
a shift of earmarked funds away from specific
programs.
In 2013, to find simple, fair and stable sources of
revenue for fish and wildlife conservation, Governor
Steve Bullock asked FWP Director Jeff Hagener to
appoint an independent citizens group to serve on the
License and Funding Advisory Council.

Following review of the councils recommendations
by a legislative oversight committee, a $3 fishing license
increase and an $8 hunting license increase are being
proposed.

Those adjustments would solve most of the funding
problem and maintain fish and wildlife opportunities at
todays levels.

10 things about the 2015 License Fee Proposal FWP
wants you to know:
1. Why is this necessary?
FWP has operated for more than a generation on a
unique budget cycle that asks the Montana Legislature
to consider new hunting and fishing license fees once
per decade. The last general increase for residents
was approved in 2005, which was predicted to keep
FWP financially stable for 10 yearsor until now.
2. Whats been done so far?
Two years ago, FWP permanently cut $1.2 million
from its budget and shifted $2 million more from
state hunting and fishing license dollars to federal
funding. Cuts were made to wildlife and fisheries
programs, shooting range grants and administrative
costs. Shifts to federal revenue were possible because
of a spike in firearm and ammo sales, which is not
expected to be a sustainable trend.
3. Where does FWPs fish and wildlife conservation
revenue come from?
About 70 percent of the revenue needed to manage
Montanas fish and wildlife comes from licenses
purchased by hunters and anglers, nearly 70 percent

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of which comes from nonresidents.


The other 30 percent comes from
federal revenue generated by the
sale of sporting arms and ammo
and fishing and boating equipment.
Fish and wildlife management
receives general fund dollars only
to carry out a portion of Montanas
Aquatic Invasive Species prevention
program.
4. Are there other proposed cost
adjustments?
Yes. Seniors would receive a
discounted license at age 67 versus
the current age of 62, and the price
of most free and discounted licenses
would be standardized at 50 percent
of the normal price.
5. Will nonresident fees be considered?
There would be some upward
adjustments to nonresident fishing
licenses and a cap on fees for
nonresident deer and elk combination
licenses. Some nonresident fees were
increased when I-161 was approved
by voters in 2011.
7. If approved, how much revenue
would these adjustments generate?
Proposed legislation would generate
$5.75 million annually.

8. What would be lost if fees arent


adjusted?
The Legislatures remaining choices,
in whole or in part, will boil down to
program cuts or shifting earmarked
funds. If program cuts are chosen,
FWP will have to consider closing
some fish hatcheries, ending some
upkeep at fishing access sites, cutting
game damage response efforts,
reducing enforcement efforts and
more. If shifts of earmarked funds are
favored by the Legislature, accounts
used to run 23 programs would need to
be cut entirely or by at least 40 percent
per program to include upland game
bird habitat enhancement, Block
Management, Habitat Montana, and
wolf monitoring, to name a few.
9. Who will make the ultimate decision
as to whether or not fees will be
adjusted?
The Montana Legislature sets hunting
and fishing license fees.
10. How can I participate?
Reach out to your Montana state
senator and representative to
voice your choice for the future of
wildlife and fish conservation and
management.

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Lunch: REUBEN
Dinner: 2 pc. PORK CHOP

FRIDAY

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Lunch: SHRIMP BURGER
Dinner: WALLEYE

SATURDAY

Soup: COOKS CHOICE


Lunch: PIZZA BURGER
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APRIL 11, 2015

VALLEY EVENT CENTER GLASGOW


Spring Craft Bazaar

9am-3pm....Local & Statewide Vendors

For Booth Reservations or Ticket Information Call Sandy Maczka 228-4860

Banquet

4:30pm.......Banquet Raes, Games & Silent Auctions Begin


6:30pm.......Walleye & Beef Dinner
GA ES
FORM
$25 Adults $10 Children 12 & Under
KIDS
TO PURCHASE TICKETS CONTACT:
Ricci Olson 263-0240 Seth Morehouse 263-4555 Dan Wetzel 228-9334 or any
Walleyes Unlimited Member or stop in at Glasgow Chamber or Commerce or
Glasgow Auto Safety Center

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APR continues to gain ground

BLM requests input on APRs application to


graze bison year-around on PUBLIC LAND

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4 bed 2 bath, one car detached
garage plus a car port for sale.
Spacious family room for family
gatherings. Nice private back yard
located close to grocery store and
city services. This house was well
maintained with newer central air
conditioning installed in 2008 and
new roof in 2010.

QUAINT FAMILY HOME

20-951

The Bureau of Land Last year the American


Reserve
Management Malta Field Prairie
purchased
the
22,000Office is seeking public
DUCED
acre Holzhey Ranch and
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input for an environmental now has holdings on
CALL TODAY 228-2114 or 263-2113 631 2nd Ave N, Glasgow
analysis
regarding
a approximately
300,000
Reduced $135,000
www.hellandagencyinc.com
grazing
permittees acres here in northeast
application to change Montana. On its website,
their class of livestock and APR says its goal is to
create the largest wildlife
to change the livestock reserve in the lower
use and management on 48 states, consisting
the Flat Creek Allotment of approximately 3.5
MILLION ACRES of both
(15439).
The American Prairie private and public lands.
Reserve has applied to
change the class of livestock from cattle to indigenous
bison on their permit to graze PUBLIC lands on the
Flat Creek Allotment in south Phillips County.

In addition, they are seeking permission to remove
-- SAGE
interior fencing and manage their private lands along
BRUSH
with the public lands as one common pasture. They are
LOUNG
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to year-round from the current May 1 November 15
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capacity of the public lands would remain unchanged.
All regulations for grazing public lands would apply
and all grazing management would continue to adhere
to the Standards for Rangeland Health.
For more information, please call B.J. Rhodes, 1. Big tax write-off.
Rangeland Management Specialist, at (406) 654-5120. 2. Who ever heard of Easter Bricks?
Substantive comments about this application must be 3. Consider all of the varieties: scrambled, over easy,
in writing and can be sent to the Malta Field Office, 501
hard boiled.
South 2nd St. East, Malta, MT 59538 or email brhodes@ 4. He gets a good deal from the local chickens.
blm.gov.
5. Secret plan to eliminate human race by cholesterol

Comments must be received by April 30 to be
overdose.
considered.
6. Pressure from the Egg Marketing Board.
If you do not want your personal contact 7. Because if it brought bottle rockets it would be the
information to be viewed by the public, then do not
Independence Bunny.
include it directly in your comment. Before including 8. Would you want to hunt for waffles?
your address, phone number, e-mail address, or other 9. He thinks guys should get chicks at least once a year.
personal identifying information in your comment, 10. Because the Energizer rabbit got the good job.
please be advised that your entire comment including
Question: What do you get when you pour boiling
your personal identifying information may be subject
water
down a rabbits hole?
to a Freedom of Information Act request (just ask

Answer: A Tot Cross Bunny.
Hillary Clinton what this FOIA is all about).

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