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Buzz Cut

The chainsaw dust flies as Kirk Boyer trims the pencil. If you have yet to be in downtown Glasgow,
end of a tree, kinda like sharpening a carpenters check out what they were doing inside todays Buzz.

FWP prepares hunters, landowners for Elk Shoulder seasons

In anticipation of strong
interest in upcoming antlerless
elk shoulder seasons
in
five central Montana hunting
districts, state wildlife officials
are contacting landowners and
working out details for hunters

interested in participating in the


post-season hunts.
The
shoulder-season
hunts, aimed at reducing elk
populations in some areas, are
pilot projects approved earlier
this month by the Montana

Fish & Wildlife Commission for


hunting districts on the north
and east sides of the Big Belts,
the Castle Mountains, and in the
Missouri River Breaks.

The elk shoulder-seasons in
continued on page 2

STARTING, Nov. 25th


Wednesday
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New Winter Hours

Tuesday - Sunday: 11 am to close


Monday: 4 pm to close

Come and join us


Thursday, Sunday, Monday
for Football.
We will have SPECIALS!

Elk shoulder seasons continued from front

hunting districts 445, 446, 449, and 452 will begin


on Nov. 30, 2015 and end on Feb. 15, 2016. The
shoulder-season in hunting district 410 will begin
Jan. 1, 2016 and end Feb. 15, 2016. All hunts are
for antlerless elk only.
The new shoulder seasons are in response
to concerns from Governor Steve Bullock,
lawmakers, hunters, landowners and others about
overabundant elk in some hunting districts. In
all, 80 of Montanas 138 elk management units are
over objective to some degree. Shoulder seasons
can occur before and after the general archery
and rifle seasons.

Weve been pleased and encouraged with the
response from landowners and hunters, said Jeff
Hagener, FWP director in Helena. A number of
landowners will be working with FWP to define
and provide access to take good advantage of this
additional harvest opportunity authorized by the
commission. We need that cooperation and well
need hunters to be respectful and capable guests
on private land.
Hagener noted that hunters must obtain
permission to hunt on private lands and stressed
that they will not need to register or be selected
from any roster. In hunting districts 445, 446, 449,
and 452, hunters only need a valid 2015 general
elk license or a Region 4 004-00 B license to
participate. Hunters with valid either-sex elk
permits for hunting district 445 and a valid
2015 general elk license can also participate but
can only harvest antlerless elk.

In hunting district 410, hunters must possess
a valid 2015 410-20 either-sex permit or 41000 B license to participate. Hunters can only
harvest antlerless elk.
These shoulder season opportunities are
available on private lands, Bureau of Land
Management lands, and State of Montana School
Trust Lands only. No elk shoulder seasons will
occur on national forest lands, the Charles M.
Russell Wildlife National Wildlife Refuge or on
any FWP wildlife management areas.
Hagener directed anyone interested in
participating to visit FWPs website for additional
information. Well post information there as
needed, he said.
For information, visit the FWP website at
fwp.mt.gov. Click Elk Shoulder Seasons.

BUZZIFIEDS
BUZZ
EZZIES MIDTOWN: is looking for full time help. Starting wage is
$10/hr with some benefits after a 3 month probationary period. Shifts
and days will vary, including weekends and holidays. Some shifts will
be 5 am - 1 or 2 pm and some shifts will be 9 am - 7 pm. Some of
he duties will include waiting on customers, filling propane, stocking
inventory, and making sure the store is kept clean. Applicant mjust
have good customer skills. ANYONE INTERESTED CAN PICK UP
AN APPLICATION AT THE STATION.

Yust in
time for
Tanksgivin, eh?
Accumulating snow and lower temperatures are indeed
likely across the whole of northeast Montana, according
to the National Weather Service in Glasgow and the
crystal ball they use! Tuesday night and Wednesday
will bring accumulating snow and colder temperatures.
Currently, the heavier amounts of 2 to 5 inches is
expected south of the Missouri River, with 1 to 2 inches
to the north. Gusty northerly wind will also create areas
of blowing and drifting snow and reduced visibility.
Snowfall will begin to taper from the north late
Wednesday afternoon and evening. High temperatures
on Wednesday and Thursday will only reach the upper
teens into the 20s, with lows both nights dipping into
the single digits.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23. East
southeast wind 9 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph.
Tuesday: A 20 percent chance of showers after 11am.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 37. Light and variable wind
becoming north northwest 6 to 11 mph in the afternoon.
Tuesday Night: A 50 percent chance of snow. Cloudy, with
a low around 19. North wind 13 to 17 mph, with gusts as
high as 24 mph. New snow accumulation of less than one
inch possible.
Wednesday: A 30 percent chance of snow, mainly after
11am. Patchy blowing snow after 11am. Mostly cloudy, with
a high near 25. North wind 18 to 20 mph, with gusts as high
as 28 mph. New snow accumulation of less than one inch
possible.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 8.
North wind 9 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph.
Thanksgiving Day: Sunny, with a high near 23. West
northwest wind 6 to 8 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 6.
Friday: Sunny, with a high near 27.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 31.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 35.

BUZZ
LISTERUD CLINIC: in Wolf Point is currently accepting applications
for a licensed nurse (LPN or RN) and a Nurse Aide or Certified Medical
Assistant. These are full time positions, with all full time benefits
including, health and life insurance, Paid Time Off and Sick Time,
401K opportunities and other insurance options. For details contact,
Gina Nefzger, Clinic Manager, at 653-6583. APPLICATIONS ARE
AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING ANNIE BLOCK, VP OF HUMAN
RESOURCES AT 653-6515.
BUZZ
GATEWAY CLUB: is looking for 2 cooks and a dishwasher. PICK UP
APPLICATION AT JOB SERVICE.
BUZZ
CAMPBELL LODGE: is looking for Night Shift help. Starting $10.50/hr.
CALL 228-9328 OR PICK UP APPLICATION AT CAMPBELL LODGE.
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 RENT: 3 bed 1 full bath condo located 374C Poplar in St. Marie.
Nice condition. $500/month plus utilities. CALL HELLAND AGENCY
228-2114
BUZZ
FOR RENT: One bedroom apartment for rent. Excellent condition with
new flooring, carpet and paint. Located in former Smith Clinic building
on US HWY 2. $500 a month plus utilities. No pets. CALL HELLAND
AGENCY 228-2114
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom single level duplex for rent. Very good
condition. Located in St. Marie asking $550 a month plus utilities.
CALL HELLAND AGENCY 228-2114
BUZZ
APARTMENT FOR RENT: 925 sf. 2bdrm/1 1/2 bth. Town home apt. City
of Glasgow Nice. Good Neighbors. Quiet. Sm. pets ok. Own laundry
rm. Avail. now. $575. CALL 360-750-6746
BUZZ
FOR RENT: Nice quiet country home four miles from Fort Peck. 3
bedroom /1 office/1 bath all on one level. Attached and detached
garages. No smoking, pets possible. Available Jan 1. $1300/month
plus utilities. PLEASE CALL 263-3644 FOR APPLICATION.
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, office, 2 bath, 2 car garage home $1100/mo.
East of Glasgow. Nice Rental CALL MIKE 425-652-5332
BUZZ
FOR RENT:in Downtown Glasgow, furnished Suites 1 BR, 2 BR, & 3
BR CALL 228-2800
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FOR RENT:2000 sq/ft Downtown storefront space for lease CALL
228-2800
BUZZ
FOR RENT: One bedroom, furnished apt., no pets, no smokers. inquire
at NEW DIRECTIONS BEAUTY SALON

Monday Friday:
8-5

Large
& Small
Animals

has moved ...


to the former Glasgow Veterinary Clinic

228- 2437 228-9313

Come get last minute


Thanksgiving napkins
Paper Plates
Thanksgiving decor
Gourmet food Great gift for food basket,
for people who have everything
New items out for Christmas Arriving Daily:
Christmas gifts for everyone
Christmas Garlands, Wreaths, Ornaments,
Luminary Candles, Christmas LED Lights, Trees and
Christmas Decor
Plush Blankets Luxury Bathrobes Boot Socks
Beautiful Jewelry Beautiful Stem ware, and much more
Tuesday: 9-5:50 Wednesday 9-12 Thursday: Closed
Friday: 9-5:30 Saturday: 9-5
Starting Monday, November 30th we will be open on
Mondays through the Christmas Season.

Dylans first buck

Glasgows Dylan Hernandez, age 14, harvested his


first-ever buck, a dandy 5x5 muley, while hunting up
north this past weekend. And would you believe it? He
was guided by his Mom Trina and Aunt Cindy to make
it all the more special. Great job, Dylan!
Collect turkey vouchers

Prices Effective: November 18-26, 2015


Honeysuckle Bone In

Pacific Seafoods 10 oz. Jar

Marie Callenders 28-42 oz. Sel. Var.

80% Lean 20% Fat Super Saver Pack

John Morrell Bone In Spiral Cut Half

Nautilus 16 oz.

Western Family Shank Portion

Jimmy Dean 12-16 oz. Rolls Sel. Var.

Bone In Beef

1 Gallon Reynolds

Fresh Pork

Fresh

TURKEY BREAST.....................$1.49 lb.


FROZEN PIES..............................$4.99
HAM......................................$1.99 lb.
HAM......................................$1.29 lb.

Bridal Registry
Emig & Batdorf
February 6, 2016

HOLIDAY RIB ROAST...............$6.99 lb.


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

OYSTERS...............................$3.99 ea.
GROUND BEEF.......................$2.99 lb.
SHRIMP RINGS......................$9.99 ea.
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE..................$2.99
1%, 2% OR SKIM MILK.................2/$6
ASPARAGUS...........................$3.99 lb.

Wishing You A
Quality at a Fair Price

Online winter training course


for CoCoRaHS next Monday
The NWS Glasgow will soon be presenting an
online winter training for CoCoRaHS to anyone
interested in either a refresher or to those interested
in becoming a new CoCoRaHS weather observer for
northeast Montana. If you are available, you are invited
to attend the training to learn more about the program,
but below is a brief overview for those who would be
new observers:
CoCoRaHS stands for the Community
Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network. Not only
do CoCoRaHS observations assist meteorologists at the
National Weather Service with warning decisions and
verification processes but the information is used by
teachers and educators, those with agricultural interests,
mosquito control, and by many, many other people!
This program is an incredible opportunity for
motivated individuals with interest in weather & science
to make a real difference for countless people and
industries. At the training, you will learn more about
CoCoRaHS and how to take weather observations
with a focus on winter weather. In addition, there will
be several chances for observers to be opportunistic
in learning more about weather and science through
videos, presentations, and other activities over time.

On Monday, Nove3mber 30th at 7:00 p.m. you can
join NWS online:

Web Link: https://join.me/NWSGlasgow

Call Number: 877-929-2703

Passcode: 8072342#

*Note: Log in about 10 minutes early

Also be sure to check out the CoCoRaHS webpage:
http://www.cocorahs.org/
For questions, contact: Richard.Maliawco@noaa.gov.

Come Join Us For


A Candy Christmas Kickoff
Red

Barn

Black Friday 10-5:30


Saturday 10-6:30

25% Off Both Days Storewide


Gifts

Gift Cards Available


228-9256

Visa/MC/DC and Communtiy Cash

Custom Carpentry Roofing Repairs Windows Doors Kitchens Baths


Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

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

ior Citizen Center


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MONDAY
Polish & Kraut
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

Friends of
Pioneer Museum

Friday, November 27, 2015


1 pm ~ 5 pm at the Museum
NET WRAP

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER
EARLY BUY PROGRAM
Special Bonus offer - November 1st- December 31st, 2015
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Our Parts DePartment At Any Of Our fOur LOcatiOns:


In Glasgow see
Derrick, Mike or Scott
54275 Hwy 2 East
Glasgow, MT 59230
406-228-2496

In Culbertson see
In Plentywood see
In Circle see
Todd or Kyle
Bob or Darvin
Justin, Kyle K
21 West 2nd St.
804 East 1st Ave.
or Dustin
Culbertson, MT 59218 Plentywood, MT 59254
Hwy 200 East
406-787-6201
406-765-1531
Circle, MT 59215
406-485-2145

Come Join Us For Cookies & Coffee.


See Whats New At The Museum!
No Admission For Open House

Scotty Speech & Drama faces


fierce competition in Miles City


This weekend Glasgow Speech and Drama attended
another extremely competitive meet at Custer County
High School in Miles City.
I was extremely proud of the performances
that our team delivered with two thirds of the team
qualifying for the final round against some really stiff
competition, said Scotty Head Coach Matt Bacon
Morgan Miller competing in Serious Solo Drama
finished in 4th.
Amy Nelson in Memorized Public Address and
Max Knodel in Original Oratory both finished 3rd
in their events.
Amber OMara in Humorous Oral Interpretation
and Eric Covall in Extemporaneous Speaking both
finished 5th in their events.
Andy Brandt finished 7th in Original Oratory.

Evangelicals GriefShare tonight

The Glasgow Evangelical Church will hold their


GriefShare class each Monday night at 7p.m. through
December 7th in the large classroom of the new building.
Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information contact
Diane Sergent at 942-2163 or the church office at 228-2755.

Looking for U.S. soldiers

For the past five years, the GHS Student Council


has had a display in the hallway of GHS that represents
all former GHS graduates that are currently serving
outside of the United States. They have fallen behind in
who is on display and they need to update their pictures
and list.

They are asking family members of GHS graduates
that are serving outside of the US to contact them. They
need their name, year of graduation, where they are
currently located, and a picture of them and they will
proudly display them at the high school. Contact Rod
Karst at karst@mail.Glasgow.k12.mt.us.

For Sale

1.8 acres of deeded land


along Hwy. 243 across from
Sleeping Buffalo. 2560 sq.
ft., 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1991
double wide on a 1026 sq. ft.
basement. Call for details or
an appointment.

RZ Realty,
Rocky Zimdars broker 263-8352

Hinsdale FFA students are, pictured left to right: Delaney


Beil, Casity Boucher, Sarah Boucher, Chaykota

Christensen, Emilie Carillo, Mickayla Johnson, Alysa


Conway. photo by Patti Armbrister

Hinsdale FFA comes home with some titles


The Hinsdale FFA Chapter
made the journey to Glendive
this past weekend to compete in
the District/State Floriculture
and Food Science CDEs (Career
Development Event).
In the Floriculture contest
the teams were tested on their
knowledge of floral design,
plant identification, hazardous
situations, and problem solving, as
well as being challenged to create
arrangements, product displays,

and hand drawing an advertising


flyer.
The Varsity A team won 1st
place in the Big Muddy District
and 4th in the State.
Casity Boucher received 4th
place individual in the District,
while Mickayla Johnson won high
individual for both the District
and State contests.
In
the
Food
Science
competition, the teams were asked
to create their own pasta product

and present their marketing plan


to a set of judges. Contestants
also completed taste, smell, and
triangle food tests as well as
relaying knowledge on food safety
in various written tests.

The Varsity team placed 10th
in the state and hope to improve
off of this first year of competing
and place higher next year.
~ Mickayla Johnson, Hinsdale
FFA Chapter Reporter

COUNTRY LIVING
A classic farm house on 40 acres of land
for sale. This 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home
would be a perfect spot to raise horses or
just get away. Located 37 miles north of
Glasgow, Montana, this property has plenty
of storage with a 72 X 32 Quonset, a 30 x
60 pole barn and a 14 x 32 shop. It has two
wells and a fenced in pasture with corrals
and a barn.

CALL JON at 263-2113 TODAY


www.hellandagencyinc.com

Is NOW Booking Appointments!


20-961

Price Reduced
$124,000

WE ARE OPENING
December 9th
Please Call 228-2211

The Evangelical Women

Will present their annual


Ladies Christmas
Program on
Tuesday,
December 1, 2015
7 pm at the
Evangelical Church.
All Ladies are Welcome

Sables Echo
Taxidermy

Fish Rugs
Heads Birds
Pedestals
Full Body Restoration
Shipping Anywhere

(406) 228-8722
Cell: (406) 672-0058

Glasgow
EyeCare

WILL BE CLOSED
WED NOV. 18 THRU
WED NOV. 30

For Medical Reasons


appointments
or emergencies call
228-8200 228-2659

Sorry for any Inconvenience.

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
TUESDAY
Breakfast
Hot or Cold Cereal Muffin
Apple Milk
Lunch
Chicken Burger Dill Spear
Mandarin Oranges Rice Krispie Bar
Choice of Fruit Milk

Sandwich
of the Week
Blue Hawaiian
Burger

Burger with Teriyaki Sauce,


Pineapple, Swiss, Lettuce
and Onion

Hwy 2 West 228-2997

IMMACULATE MOVE IN READY HOME

Winter Hours

Sun - Thurs: 11:00-8:00


Fri & Sat: Lobby 11:00 - 8:30
Drive Thru 11:00 - 9:00

IMMACULATE 2770 SQ. FT. TRI-LEVEL


HOME WITH 4 BEDROOMS, 1 SLEEPING
ROOM, 3 BATHS, INCLUDES OPEN KITCHEN
AND DINING, NEW STAINLESS STEEL
APPLIANCES, AND ISLAND WITH SEATING.
OPEN LIVING ROOM HAS VAULTED
CEILINGS AND LOTS OF LIGHT. LARGE
FENCED BACK YARD, HEATED DOG KENNEL;
SHED, UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS, AND
DOUBLE CAR GARAGE. NEWER SIDING,
WINDOWS, AND ROOF, AND LARGE LOT
WITH 9660 SQ. FT.

ASKING $259,000

#267
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Open: Mon - Sat Closed: Sun

OPEN
TUESDAY
Thanksgiving is an
emotional holiday. People
travel thousands of miles
to be with people they
only see once a year. And
then discover once a year
is way to often. ~ Johnny
Carson

SPECIALS:
TUESDAY

Soup: Turkey Noodle

Lunch: Chicken Burger

Dinner: Hamburger Steak

THURSDAY

OPEN FOR THANKSGIVING


Thanksgiving Dinner
begins at 1:30
ALL THE FIXINGS

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

Planting a Christmas Tree

While the sun was shining but clouds loomed overhead, snowflakes were beginning
to fall on Friday afternoon as the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce & Agricultures
Christmas tree was put into place across from D&G. The beautiful pine tree came
from the back yard of Travis and Marcy Kittlesons cabin near Fort Peck. It was
blocking my view, Travis said, and thus, it was cut down and hauled to Glasgow.
Pictured in the foreground is Marcy and Glasgow Chambers Lisa Koski.

OPENING

BLACK FRIDAY
Remote Start Installation
Llumar Window Tinting Installation
12 Volt Mobile Video/Audio Installation
Full Line of Auto Accessories
Mobile Audio Sound Stage
Several 12 volt Interactive Displays
LED Trailer Lighting Transfer Tanks Tool Boxes

54079 US Hwy 2 West


Glasgow, Mt 59230
(406)-228-9840

November 27, 2015

9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.