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The Big Day Has Arrived!

Fund raisers have been going on all year long leading
up to the big event tonight: the 2015 Northeast Montana
Relay for Life. These are the team members of “Strides
of Hope” with their tasty salsa project they concocted
at Table for Six. Clockwise from Chantaya Amundson

(holding some salsa) are Sandi Mason, Mona Amundson,
Debbie Heitman, Judi Martin and Becky Daniels. Not in
the picture is Dyan Carlson, owner of Table for Six (she
was busy chopping onions). The complete Northeast
Montana Relay for Life schedule is inside today’s Buzz.

Training the Workforce of Tomorrow

HealthCARE Montana – Creating Access to Rural Education
Montana’s
population
is
aging and leaving the workforce,
resulting in new demands on
Montana’s healthcare industry.
In September 2014, Montana
received a $15 million grant award
through the US Department of
Labor to expand opportunities for

Montanans to train in healthcare
careers. 15 Montana two-year
colleges, community colleges
and tribal colleges are working
together to improve healthcare
training opportunities in the state,
with over 39 healthcare facilities
agreeing to participate in the

project. Before its expiration in
2017, the HealthCARE Montana
grant will result in the completion
of nearly 2,500 new one-year
certificates and two-year degrees
in healthcare careers.
45 of Montana’s 56 counties
continued on page 2

FREE POPCORN TUESDAY!
FREE POPCORN WITH EVERY PAID ADMISSION

August 14 - 20

SHOWINGS
228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com

4:00PM
7:00PM
9:10PM

105 min.

PG-13

HELDR
OVE

for sci-fi action
violence, and language
Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell, Toby Kebbell.
FANTASTIC FOUR, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longestrunning superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate
and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives
irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work
together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.

4:10PM
6:50PM
9:20PM

131 Min.

PG-13

for sequences of action
and violence, and brief
partial nudity
Cast: Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Alec Baldwin
With the IMF disbanded, and Ethan (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, the team now faces
off against a network of highly skilled special agents, the Syndicate. These highly trained
operatives are hellbent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of
terrorist attacks. Ethan gathers his team and joins forces with disavowed British agent Ilsa
Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation, as the
group faces their most impossible mission yet.

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

HealthCARE Montana continued from front

are classified as “frontier” so colleges are tasked
with creating more on-line and distance training
programs allowing rural Montanans the opportunity
to earn a one-year certificate or two-year degree
without leaving their community. The grant is also
instrumental in creating the first formal healthcare
apprenticeship training program in Montana.
The grant targets adults including veterans,
displaced workers, the unemployed, and the
underemployed to fill the approximately 1300
healthcare positions available each year. “A strong
economy requires a talented and trained workforce
with the skills to fill the jobs that are most in demand,
and this is especially true in Montana’s growing
health care industry,” Governor Steve Bullock said of
the grant.

Currently, Montana two-year colleges offer at least
31 two-year degrees and 20 one-year certificates in both
clinical and allied health occupations. Most healthcare
careers pay a higher wage than other occupations
that require an equal length of training. According to
The Montana Department of Labor & Industry 2024
Employment Projections, with a two-year associate’s
degree the average annual wage for a Registered Nurse
is $61,814; Dental Hygienist is $68,591; and Radiology
Technician is $53,377. The average annual wage for a
Medical Assistant is $31,263; Pharmacy Technician
is $33,408; and Dental Assistant is $33,202 which are
one-year certificate programs.
The HealthCARE Montana project is housed
within the University of Montana and works in
partnership with the Montana Department of Labor
and Industry and the Area Health Education Centers
(AHEC) located in 5 regions throughout Montana.
Staff working on the grant include Health Care
Transformation Specialists who serve as liaisons
between the grant and their college; Workforce
Coordinators who serve as liaisons between the grant
and healthcare employers, and Health Professions
Career Coaches who work directly with students to
identify careers that fit the interest and lifestyle of the
student, assist students to prepare for and/or enroll
in the program of their choice, and help to seek out
available financial aid and funding for the student.
Anyone interested in more information on a
training or apprenticeship program in a healthcare
field can find a Career Coach in their region by
visiting: healthcaremontana.org, or calling: Dorie at
(406) 234-1400.

Cooler but
windy
Saturday

Today will be the third day in a row where the high
temperature tops 100 degrees in multiple locations
across the area! There is a Red Flag Warning in effect
as hot temperatures, low relative humidity, and gusty
winds will bring the potential for critical fire weather
conditions today.

One thing about it, those harvesters have been able
to put in some extra hours in knocking down their crops
— just hope their air conditioning is in working order!
Tonight: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms,
mainly before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 68.
East southeast wind 8 to 13 mph.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 86. Breezy, with a west
northwest wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 21 to 26 mph in
the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 37 mph.
Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 52. Breezy,
with a northwest wind 14 to 23 mph, with gusts as high as
32 mph.
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 76. Northwest wind 8 to
10 mph.
Sunday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 53. North
northwest wind around 9 mph becoming northeast after
midnight.
Monday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms
after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 81. East wind 8
to 13 mph.
Monday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms,
mainly after midnight. Partly cloudy, with a low around 57.
Tuesday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly
sunny, with a high near 81.
Tuesday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms,
mainly before midnight. Partly cloudy, with a low around 56.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 83.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 56.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 84.

LOT FOR TENDER:
1.9 acre lot for sale by TENDER located
½ mile east of Hinsdale.
Has approach to Hwy #2 and also large
cement slab.
Call for information
1-306-266-2131
or leave message at
1-928-232-0271

MAIL TENDER TO:
A.L. JENSEN
P.O. BOX 242
OPHEIM, MT 59250

BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ
ESTATE SALE: 218 2ND ST. N, GLASGOW. Saturday, August 15th, 8:30
am til late afternoon. 2 Lazy boy chairs, large attractive roll top desk, china
hutch. A small house FULL. Lots of unlisted items. CALL PATSY TIHISTA
406-785-2321 OR 263-7936.
BUZZ
GARAGE SALE: Saturday, August 15, 7am - noon. Name brand clothes,
shoes, household items. 115 LOMOND AVE
BUZZ
FARMER’S MARKET Saturday, August 15, 8am - 3pm Fresh cukes, beans,
beets, rhubarb, kohlrabi, onions, new potatoes, leeks, lettuce. Vegetables
will be added each week when ready. Fresh homemade baked goods, jams
and jellies, fresh fruit and Herbal Life Consultant. Complimentary coffee
and cookies available. We will be accepting wic checks again this year.
Hope to see you there. Thanks for supporting your local Farmer’s Market.
LOCATED AT THE RED ROCK PLAZA (ACROSS FROM COKE-PLANT)
BUZZ
COVENANT OWNERS MEETING This Saturday, August 15th at the
Chapel - 11:00am. This meeting will affect everyone in St. Marie. COME
VOICE YOUR OPINION AND VOTE
BUZZ
HELP WANTED: Servers and Bartender. APPLY AT DURUM
BUZZ
HELP WANTED AT FASHIONETTE Part-time position. Would work 2 or 3
mornings per week including Saturdays. Requested time off flexibility. Pay
depends on experience. Open until filled. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE
AT FASHIONETTE OR JOB SERVICE. TURN IN COMPLETED
APPLICATIONS TO FASHIONETTE
BUZZ
3 RESOURCE / CLASSROOM AIDE POSITIONS: Duties are to assist
teachers in the classroom and other duties as assigned. Starting wage is
$11.89/hr, 12.29/hr after 3 months; benefits include vacation pay, sick leave
and retirement. Position open until filled Complete and submit Classified
Application on our website. WWW.GLASGOW.K12.MT.US, EMPLOYMENT
TAB - CLASSIFIED POSITIONS. INITIAL SCREENING BEGINS AUGUST
10, 2015. INITIAL SCREENING BEGINS AUGUST 17, 2015. CALL 2282406 FOR MORE INFO
BUZZ
COTTONWOOD INN Is looking for a waiter/waitress and busser. Days
and shifts will vary. APPLY AT COTTONWOOD INN OR ONLINE AT
COTTONWOODINN.NET
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 3 bed, one bath Condo w/ garage. Very Clean. Asking $540/
month rent. CALL HELLAND AGENCY INC. 228-2114.
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 1,800 sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 3 bath apartments in Glasgow. 2 car
garage. New construction. $1,500/mo. + $1,500 deposit. 3 units available.
CALL JOHN AT 406-263-2046
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom units with newer furnace, hot water heater, linoleum,
and counter tops. $500 Save on utilities! CALL 406-524-3742
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 3000 sq. ft. St. Marie Condo - 5 bedrooms - 5 bath, new
furnaces, new HWH, new windows, floors refinished, upgraded wiring,
privacy fence, dog friendly. MAKE OFFER!!! 406-698-3506
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 1993 Ford F150 Ext. Cab with short box, 4x4, only 45,000 miles,
351 Engine, been stored inside and is in great condition and runs. Asking
$5300.00 OBO CALL 406-263-4512
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 14 cu. ft. whirlpool fridge, $200. SS Kit, single tub kitchen sink,
$20. CALL 263-4515

Kayley Tatum
406-228-2330

Specializes in Men’s Cuts and Barbering
also Specializes in Naturally Curly Hair
Deva Curl Inspired Stylist
Ombre and Highlighting
Monday, Tuesday and Saturday
Charming country home for sale located on a
lovely .88 acre lot featuring a newer well and
septic system. New owner has option to rent out
the house and build a new house above with
amazing views of Glasgow. This warm and cozy
634 square foot 2 bedroom house has been
recently remodeled w/ updated kitchen including
slate flooring, newer counter tops, cabinets and
appliances. Spacious updated bathroom. The
garage is 548 square feet, heated and has
additional space for pets to go in and out. This
unique location gives the owner the benefits of
the city without having city assessments.

COUNTRY CHARMER

CALL CHRIS at 228-2114 TODAY
www.hellandagencyinc.com

20-959

206 Highland Drive

Asking $99,000

2015 Northeast Montana Relay
for Life Schedule of Events:

Friday, August 14
5:30 - 7:00 p.m. *Team Registration (Fair Office)
5:30 - 6:45 p.m. *Survivor Registration and Reception
(Under the Grandstand)
*Keynote Speaker – Carol Neufeld
5:30 – 7:00 a.m. *Silent Auction (Under the Grandstand)
The “Section 1” silent and take a chance auctions will close
at 11:00 p.m. Friday night and the “Section 2” silent auction
will close at 7:00 a.m. Saturday morning; payment must be
made at that time.
7:00 p.m. *Opening by Rod Karst/Dyan Carlson
*Opening Prayer – Pastor Scott Hedegaard
*Survivors positioned on track for lap – ALL Survivors!
*Flag presentation – VFW Post 3107
*National Anthem
*Flame of Hope Lighting – Wayne Shipp
(Special thanks to the keepers of the Flame – Bill & Kareen
Nicol)
*Keynote address – Megan Schafer
*Survivor Lap
*Team laps begin
8:00 – 10:00 p.m. *Entertainment
8:00-8:30 McKenna & Summer Strommen
8:30-9:00 Mr. Geezer Relay sponsored by 5th Ave.
Pharmacy & Gifts
9:00-9:30 Jessica (Jimison) Heir
9:30-10:00 Mr. Relay

Custom Carpentry •Roofing Repairs •Windows •Doors •Kitchens •Baths
Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025

Email: beardhi@gmail.com • Licensed & insured • Free Estimates

10:00 p.m. *Luminaria Ceremony (Public & participants
encouraged to participate in lighting luminaria)
* Names and pictures scrolled on the large screen
Note: We ask that you respect those around you and keep
the noise to a minimum, and that all lights remain out during
the ceremony. Thank you.
10:30 p.m. *Caregiver Lap (caregivers pick up glow sticks
in front of stage)
11:00 p.m. “Section 1” Silent Auction finishes – winners
must take care of payment

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

Saturday, August 15th
Midnight *Fight Back Ceremony
*Midnight lunch served at the 4-H booth
2:00 – 5:00 a.m. *Amazing Race – sponsored by Eugene’s
Pizza and Taco Shack
6:00 a.m. *Reveille – Brad Persinger
*Yoga with Toni LaGree
6:30 a.m. *Breakfast served at the 4-H booth
7:00 a.m. * “Section 2” Silent Auction finishes – winners
must take care of payment
8:00 a.m. *Wrap -up of raffles and any other sales
8:30 a.m. *Wrap-up by Rod Karst & the Organizing
Committee
(NOTE: If you wish to take your Luminaria bag(s) please do
so at this time)
9:00 a.m. *Victory lap by EVERYBODY present

SPECIALS:

Soup: Broccoli • Chili

FRIDAY

Specials:

Soup: Clam Chowder
Lunch: Fish Burger
Dinner: Walleye

Bleu Burger
Tuna Croissant
Dine at the“O”

SATURDAY

Soup: Cook’s Choice
Lunch: Chicken Philly
Dinner: 8 oz. Sirloin
w/ Breaded Shrimp

228-8006

SUNDAY

Soup: Cook’s Choice
Lunch: Reuben
Dinner: 2 pc. Pork Chop

MONDAY

Soup: Chicken Noodle
w/ Homemade Noodles
Lunch: Chicken Cordon Bleu
Dinner: 2 pc. Liver & Onion

We Now Serve
Milk Shakes

Football officials Allie Olsen (Malta circle) and Glasgow circle’s Tyler
Partridge, John Jones, Ken Jansa, Stan Ozark, Jon Bengochea, and Dean
Vegge were chosen to officiate the 2014 Shrine Game. They are in search
of some new refs as some of these guys want to hang up their whistles.

Urgently needed: new football refs in Glasgow
There is definitely
a need for new football
officials in the Glasgow
and Malta circles. If you’re
interested in reffing, they’d
love to help you get started.
“With us old guys
getting closer to six feet
under, we are in need of
some younger legs to don
the football stripes,” says
Ken Jansa.

Two years will be spent
in apprenticeship, doing
junior high games, JV
games and such, followed
by getting certified by the
MHSA and graduating to
varsity contests. Putting in
five successful years earns
you your Master Official

status.
All agree that it is a
very rewarding experience,
and will even put a few
extra dollars in your pocket
during the fall.

There’s gotta be some
younger fellows out there
raring to get back on the
football field. If interested,
give Ken Jansa or Stan
Ozark a call.

Have your parties here
BOOK NOW!

A GREAT PLACE TO HANG OUT!

THE HANGAR

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

AUGUST 12 - 18

AIR CONDITIONERS
READY TO GO....

Star t
ing
at

$139

Boneless Skinless Family Pack

CHICKEN BREASTS..............$1.99/lb.
Western Family 12 oz.

SLICED BACON....................$1.99 ea.
85% Lean 15% Fat

5,000 BTU to 18,000 BTU

GROUND BEEF................... $3.49/lb.
Bone-In Beef

SHORT RIBS.......................$3.99/lb.
Beef

T-BONE STEAKS.................. $7.99/lb.
Bar S 16 oz. Sel. Var.

FRANKS............................... $.88 ea.

CLOSE TO GLASGOW AND VERY PRIVATE
Open and bright 2968 sq. ft. 4 bedroom,
2 bath home has 1484 sq. ft. on the main
floor with 3 bedrooms, 1 bath; 1484 sq. ft. on
the lower level with 1 bedroom, 1 sleeping
room and 1 bath. Large open kitchen, dining,
living room with stone fireplace and large
family room on the lower level with another
fireplace. Large Deck off dining room is great
for entertaining. Double Detached garage
and property is located on a total of 36,960
sq. ft. with Dry Prairie water.

asking $158,000

#259

Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital
BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Nominations are open to fill three vacancies on the Frances Mahon
Deaconess Hospital Board of Trustees. The three-year terms will begin
January 2016. Interested persons may submit their name and brief
auto-biography to:
Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital
Attn: Karen Breigenzer, Board President
621 3rd Street South
Glasgow, MT 59230
Names must be submitted by 5 pm. on September 10, 2015 for
consideration. Applicants must be a resident of Valley County

Keep Your Cool

ICE COLD
AUTO
AIR53999
Hwy 2 W

GLENN’S
AUTO REPAIR &

WRECKER SERVICE
Call 228-2715 or 263-1249

Back to

School

Bash

Friday, August 21
12:00 - 2:00 pm
114 5th St. South
Cake Walk • Face Painting
Other Fun Games
There will be Free Backpacks
and School supplies for
those that need it
Call the Women’s Resource Center
for more information 228-8401

ior Citizen Center
n
e
S

MONDAY
Closed

Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

F-150

We have the Best Selection
of F-150’s of the Summer
Platinum’s, Lariat’s, and XLT’s
13 to Choose From

0% for 72 months OAC

NORTHEAST MONTANA’S FORD HEADQUARTERS
FP1802

Call Jerry, Josh or Norm • (406) 228-2141 • 866-528-2141 • Check us out on the web for more great deals www.hilineford.net

Region 6 Block Management Program looking to have a good year in 2015
Montana
Fish,
Wildlife and Park’s Block
Management Area (BMA)
enrollment for the 2015
hunting season has been
completed and things are
moving along as hunting
season fast approaches.
Eighteen
new
properties were enrolled in
Region 6, totaling 45,293
acres; however, seven
landowners across the
region left the program,
resulting in roughly 10,000
total acres less than last
year.
“For 2015, Region
6 has 320 properties
totaling 1,179,255 acres,
making up 172 BMAs, and
providing enhanced access
to over 500,000 public land
acres,” said Tim Potter Jr.,
Region 6 Hunting Access
Coordinator. “We want to
thank all of the landowners
contributing to the BMA
program.”
Block Management
Hunting Guides, both
the hard copy and web
version, will be available
starting August 14th at any
FWP office. To get a guide

A sign-in box in Sheridan County, one of 172 BMAs in FWP Region 6
sent to you, call any FWP
office and request one.
August 15th is also
the opener for archery
antelope, and Region 6
will have some BMAs
open in Blaine and
Phillips counties. Please
refer to the access guide
for details.
On August 21st,
reservations open for

Type 2 BMAs, where the
landowner
administers
the hunting permission.
Again, please refer to the
access guide for individual
permission types and
requirements.
Hunting
Access Technicians will be
hitting the field and setting
up for the September 1st
upland bird opener, and
all BMAs will be open for

business by this date.
To follow the Block
Management
program
in Region 6, be sure
check out the Region 6
Facebook page at https://
w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m /
MontanaFWP.R6
for
updates. Every Monday
throughout the season,
FWP will be highlighting
BMAs across Region 6.

Friday Funnies
by Sugar

Two guys, one old, one young, are pushing their
carts around the grocery store when they collide. The
old guy says to the young guy, “Sorry about that. I’m
looking for my wife, and I guess I wasn’t paying attention
to where I was going.”

The young guy says, “That’s okay, it’s a coincidence.
I’m looking for my wife, too. I can’t find her and I’m
getting a little desperate.”

The old guy says, “Well, maybe I can help you find
her. What does she look like?”

“Well, she is 27 years old, tall, with red hair, blue
eyes, long legs, and is wearing a tank top with short
white shorts. What does your wife look like?”

The old guy replies, “It don’t matter, let’s look for
yours.”

Fridays & Saturdays 7:30 pm Sundays 4 pm

July 31, August 1, 2, 7 ,8, 9, 14, 15, 16

Ole applies for a job at the blacksmith shop. The
blacksmith asks, “Have you ever shoed a horse?”

Ole replies, “Vell, can’t say dat I have, but I vunce
told Sven to go to hell.”

Question: What do frogs say?
Answer: “Time’s fun when you’re having flies!”

An old miser in his death bed is surrounded by his
family, ready to say farewell to their patriarch. In his last
moments, he takes something out of his pocket, calls
his oldest son and says: “Emmanuel, here I have a Rolex
Oyster Perpetual Chronometer.”

“I see it, Daddy”, answers the son.

And then the old man continues, “This watch was
with me during my whole life. It first belonged to my
father’s father, then to my father, and finally to me”.

With tears in his eyes, the elder son replies, “It’s a
beautiful watch with a beautiful story, Daddy.”

Finally, the old miser, with a proud look and feeling
accomplished, asks, “Wanna buy it?”

I was dating a guy with a lazy eye. Unfortunately
I had to break up with him because he was seeing
someone else on the side.

August 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, September 4, 5, 6

Box Office Hours: Wed-Sun 12-4
406.526.9943 fptheatre@nemont.net www.fortpecktheatre.org

BEFORE THE SHOW, ENJOY...
Gourmet Burgers • Coconut Shrimp • Chicken Baskets
Along with the Classics:
Walleye • Surf n’ Turf • Sirloin Steak

FAST SERVICE
Dining Room Hours:
Friday & Saturday 5:00-8:00pm
Sunday 5:00-7:00pm

Breakfast: Saturday & Sunday 7-10am
The
Food Served
Historic

Fort Peck
Hotel

all Week Long
175 S. Missouri
Fort Peck, MT

406-526-3266