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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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Poppy Coloring Contest was
held for Irle School students
grades kindergarten through
3rd. Your winners are:
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Wheeler Damboise, 1st;
Brock Ciafardone, 2nd; and
Danika Orth, 3rd.
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Royce Mesman, 1st; Toni
Williams, 2nd; John Yeska,
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Second row, second grade:
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Cameron Nelson (not
pictured) 1st; Fanny Lin,
2nd; and Jillian Stewart, 3rd.
Bottom row, third grade:
Riley Evenson: Riley
Evenson-Glasoe, 1st;
Abigail Kulczyk, 2nd; Adam
Mickelson, 3rd.
The Auxiliary has been
promoting this patriotic
contest to help students
be aware of our Veterans
and of their heroic service.
Pencils, rulers and Buddy
Poppies were given out
to each student in grades
k-3. Gifts and certificates
were awarded to the above
winners.
PREMIERING 11:00 P.M. Thursday DECEMBER 18 - 23 SHOWINGS 228-9239 www.polsontheatres.com 4:10 - 7:00 - 9:25
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Happy birthday, Pope Francis
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December 17th marks the 79th birthday of Pope Francis who was born in 1936 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the eldest of five children of Italian immigrants. He is the 266th Pope of the Catholic

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Church who took over for Benedict XVI in March of

2013.

Ordained a priest in 1969, he rose through the ranks to become Archbishop of Buenos Aires in 1998 and cardinal in 2001. He has made waves throughout the world for his modern views on homosexuality and contraception. While Francis remains enormously popular among most rank-and-file Catholics, a small but vocal group of conservatives who have never much cared for his radical agenda have grown increasingly strident in criticizing the pope now that there is little doubt left about his priorities.

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February 6, 2016 Emig & Batdorf Bridal Registry H o m e D e c o
February 6, 2016
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Bridal Registry
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Letter to the Buzz Voting coming to an end Voting is coming to an end for
Letter to the Buzz
Voting coming to an end
Voting is coming to an end for the 2015 Broadway
World awards. I am very proud and shocked to have
been nominated in 4 categories (Best Actor, Director,

Supporting Actor and Choreographer in the Professional Catagories). The polls have been steadily changing and it is exciting to watch. There are also a handful of FPST alums scattered throughout as well:

Heather Adams, Chanel Bragg, Lynzee 4Man, Mark 4Man, Johanna Carlisle, and Cassandra Klaphake I would be super grateful if you could take 5 minutes to vote for me and the other alums! Go to: http://www.

broadwayworld.com/phoenix/vote2015region.cfm

I am most proud of all the recognition that THE KING AND I has been getting, especially for the team

of Heather Adams and myself as Choreographer and Director. It was a production that we were all incredibly proud the create -- a bit of a “little engine that could” story, so it would be amazing to see it win!! You can skip over catargories that you do not wish to vote in. Thanks!

~ Andy Meyers

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REMODELED HOME - CLOSE TO SCHOOLS!
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with new siding, windows, roof, flooring,
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additional sleeping room, craft room and
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with room to build garage.
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ASKING $159,000
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BUZZIFIEDS

VALLEY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING: will be having a bake sale on THURSDAY DEC., 17TH 8AM-1PM AND FRIDAY DEC., 18TH 8AM TO

11AM

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MONTANA GRASSLAND MIxES: We have attractive gift boxes ready to mail out or deliver. The single packets work so well in your baskets, pair them with other small gifts, homemade jellies. Easy, appreciated and so old time MONTANA. Thank you to your employees, thinking of you to your

friends, love you to your family. CALL PATSY 406-785-2321 OR 406-263- 7936 www.MontanaGrasslandMixes.com

BUZZ GATEwAY CLUb: is looking for 2 cooks and a dishwasher. PICk UP APPLICATION AT jOb SERVICE.

BUZZIFIEDS VALLEY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING: will be having a bake sale on THURSDAY DEC., 17TH
BUZZ nasty
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BUZZIFIEDS VALLEY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING: will be having a bake sale on THURSDAY DEC., 17TH

Potentially

BUZZIFIEDS VALLEY COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING: will be having a bake sale on THURSDAY DEC., 17TH

A small but potentially highly impactful system is expected to move through the area late Friday night. It may bring a good dose of icing to the area and potentially making travel very difficult. The computer models are still uncertain as to where and how much freezing rain can be expected at this point. Another system looks to affect areas south of Fort Peck Lake Saturday night and Sunday with snow and the potential of freezing drizzle.

Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around -4. Wind chill values as low as -12. Northwest wind 3 to 8 mph.

Friday: Increasing clouds, with a high near 15. Wind chill values as low as -12. Calm wind becoming east southeast 5 to 9 mph in the afternoon.

Friday Night: A slight chance of snow and freezing rain after 11pm. Cloudy, with a low around 11. Wind chill values as low as -3. East southeast wind 6 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.

Saturday: A slight chance of snow and sleet before 11am. Cloudy, with a high near 32. South wind around 5 mph becoming calm. Chance of precipitation is 20%.

Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 14. West northwest wind 5 to 7 mph.

Sunday: A 20 percent chance of snow. Mostly sunny, with a high near 25. West northwest wind around 7 mph becoming southwest in the morning.

Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 11. Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 29. Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 9. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 26. Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 12. Wednesday: A slight chance of snow showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 27.

VALLEY VIEw HOME: Is looking for a part time diet aide for days, nights, and weekends. No experience required but kitchen or restaurant experience is a plus. Must be available for call-ins. wage DOE. CONTACT VALLEY VIEw HOME 228-2461.

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VALLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Job Opening: to fill the soon to be vacated position of the Administrative Secretary to the Valley County

Commissioners. This is a full-time position with full benefits, to include health

insurance, dental and vision, retirement, up to ten paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The salary is negotiable, depending on experience, and will start at

$13.00 to $16.00, with consideration of a raise once the six month probation period is completed. A COMPLETE jOb DESCRIPTION IS AVAILAbLE FROM THE GLASGOw jOb SERVICE OFFICE OR AT THEIR wEbSITE. COMPLETE A VALLEY COUNTY APPLICATION AND LEAVE IT AT THE

GLASGOw jOb SERVICE. The deadline is Monday, December 28, 2015. 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 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 HERITAGE APTS, wANT YOU!: AVAILABLE NOW! 2bd/1.5 bth apt. In city of Glasgow. 925 sq. ft. Small pets. Quiet. Nice. $575. CALL 360-750-6746 BUZZ FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, office, 2 bath, 2 car garage home $1000/mo OBO. 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: Nice quiet country home four miles from Fort Peck. 3 bedroom/1 office/1 bath all on one level. Attached and detached garage’s. No smoking, pets possible. Available Jan. 1 $1300/month plus utilities. PLEASE CALL 263-3644 FOR APPLICATION.

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FOR SALE: 1992 Four Winns Cuddy Cabin 24 ft. w/ trailer. 454 OMC King Cobra, new GPS/depth finder, marine radio, stereo, head/shower, sink, microwave, fridge, new upholstery, sleeps 4. Located in Glasgow ASkING PRICE $14,900. CALL 605-499-8040

BUZZ DO YOU NEED A 4x4 TO GET AROUND? FOR SALE: 1998 GMC Yukon, Model SLT, with roof rails, running boards, white exterior, gray leather interior, low mileage 83,000. SALE PRICE $4900. CALL 228-8603 BUZZ GIRL SCOUT TROOP 2464: Will be wrapping gifts at Red Barn Gifts starting December 12 through December 24. Will also wrap any gifts you bring to them from other businesses.

BUZZ MILk RIVER 4H bEAVER’S: Will be wrapping gifts every Saturday through Nov. 28 - Dec 19 from 12 -3 at MARkLE”S HARDwARE

Getting in the Christmas Spirit Mrs. Page’s JMG class went to the Irle School and assisted

Getting in the Christmas Spirit

Mrs. Page’s JMG class went to the Irle School and

assisted

Mrs.

Gama’s

4th

grade

class

in

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elf

Christmas project. A good time was had by all. At right

is JMG student Krista Hentges and her little brother Nate.

Markle’s Warehouse has the handle on the best recliner buys! Lane Rocker Recliners starting at $299
Markle’s Warehouse
has the handle on the
best recliner buys!
Lane Rocker Recliners
starting at $299
Open Sundays 12 - 3pm • Community Cash Accepted
Getting in the Christmas Spirit Mrs. Page’s JMG class went to the Irle School and assisted
Stop Say in Hi! and CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE ~ Friday, December 18th ~ • Conoco Gift
Stop Say in Hi! and CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE ~ Friday, December 18th ~ • Conoco Gift
Stop Say in Hi! and
Stop
Say in Hi! and
CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE

CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE

~ Friday, December 18th ~

• Conoco Gift Cards • Stocking Stuffers • Cell Phone Accessories • Pick up your 2016 Calendars. • Sign up for Door Prizes • Coffee & Cookies

YIKES! With all the new technology regarding fertility recently, a 65-year-old friend of mine was able
YIKES!
YIKES!

With all the new technology regarding fertility recently, a 65-year-old friend of mine was able to give birth. When she was discharged from the Hospital and went home, I went to visit. “Can I see the new baby?’ I asked. “Not yet,” she said, “I’ll make us some coffee and we can chat for a while first.” So I check my watch and thirty minutes had passed, and I asked, “May I see the new baby now?” No, not yet,” she said. After another few minutes had elapsed, I asked again, “May I see the baby now?” “No, not yet,” replied my friend. Growing very impatient — hey, I had things to do, and I just wanted to see the little linoleum lizard to be polite — I asked, “Well, when can I see the baby?” And she says, WHEN HE CRIES!” “WHEN HE CRIES?” I demanded. “Why do I have to wait until he CRIES?” And she admits, “BECAUSE I FORGOT WHERE I PUT HIM, O.K.?!!”

Treat of the Month Winter Hours 11:00-8:00 Drive Thru 11:00-8:00 Pumpkin Pecan Milkshake
Treat of the Month
Winter Hours
11:00-8:00
Drive Thru 11:00-8:00
Pumpkin Pecan
Milkshake
Sagebrush Lounge Beer and Appetizer specials on Saturday and Sunday. Come check out the popular Bourbon
Sagebrush Lounge
Beer and Appetizer specials on Saturday and Sunday.
Come check out the popular Bourbon Siracha Wings
on Wednesday and Weekends!
The Sagebrush Lounge will be
closing at 5:30pm on Dec 20th
The Willows Restaurant will be
closing at 5pm on Dec 20th
NFL Sunday Ticket • 10 flat screens
Opens at 10am Sat and Sun
Kick Off Countdown

Kick Off Countdown

Kick Off Countdown

December 18th

30% Off All

Friday 10am - 7pm

Thursday- Christmas Ornaments

on Fort Peck Highway Just Outside of Glasgow 228-9256

10 am - 5:30 pm Weekdays • 10 am - 4 Saturdays

GAME HENS.................................2/$7 $4.99 Boneless Beef New York HOLIDAY ROAST lb. ..................... HAM......................................$1.29 TENDERLOIN ROAST $8.99 lb.
GAME HENS.................................2/$7
$4.99
Boneless Beef New York
HOLIDAY ROAST
lb.
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HAM......................................$1.29
TENDERLOIN ROAST
$8.99
lb.
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Willamette Valley Beef
USDA Boneless Beef Prime
Tyson 20 oz.
lb.
Western Family Shank Portion
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lb.
SNOW CRAB CLUSTERS
$6.99
Great for Holidays
lb.
RIB
ROAST.............................$8.99
MERRY CHRISTMAS Prices Effective: December 16-29, 2015
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
Prices Effective: December 16-29, 2015
$6.99 lb. Fresh 10 oz. Jar $3.99 OYSTERS ............................... ea. Jimmy Dean 12-16 oz. Sel. Var.
$6.99
lb.
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$3.99
OYSTERS
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Jimmy Dean 12-16 oz. Sel. Var.
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE..................$2.99
Hillshire Farms 12-14 oz. Sel. Var.
Jennie-O 24 oz. Applewood or Lemon Garlic
TURKEY TENDERLOIN
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LI’L SMOKIES...............................2/$5
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Assorted Cloverdale
MSU-developed varieties are top planted wheat crops in Montana by Jenny Lavey, MSU News Service Montana
MSU-developed varieties are top planted wheat crops in Montana by Jenny Lavey, MSU News Service Montana
MSU-developed varieties are top planted wheat crops in Montana by Jenny Lavey, MSU News Service Montana

MSU-developed varieties are top planted wheat crops in Montana

by Jenny Lavey, MSU News Service

Montana farmers planted wheat varieties developed by the Montana State University Montana Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) more than any other variety in 2015, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.

USDA statistics show that Montana planted 5.8 million acres of wheat this year, with 2.2 million acres of spring and winter wheat varieties developed by MAES. MSU wheat varieties accounted for approximately $500 million of $1.2 billion wheat sold by Montana farmers in 2015, according to MSU wheat breeding specialists. Some wheat varieties developed by MSU are sold by private companies. Montana exports 20 percent of agricultural products as foreign exports and 75 percent of its wheat to Asian markets, according to the USDA. “This data clearly demonstrates that our producers and consumers value wheat varieties developed by Montana State, and that these varieties bring enormous value to the Montana and global economy,” said Charles Boyer, MSU vice president of agriculture. “Our faculty scientists have deep experience, which provides the foundation for developing varieties that meet challenges and desires not only of Montana grain growers, but to the world market as well. Our university breeding program is vital to the state’s highest-grossing industry, and we’re committed to working with and alongside our producers for a robust grain industry in Montana.” Montana producers choose to plant MAES varieties because they are specifically adapted to Montana’s climate and several are resistant to common diseases and pests found statewide, said Barry Jacobsen, associate director of MAES. “Our breeding program develops varieties that are specifically bred for Montana’s climate and pests, while at the same, they are high-yield, high-protein and have exceptional baking quality, so they perform well for our growers and customers,” Jacobsen said. “Our varieties also have consistent protein content and noodle and bread making qualities, so desired by our global markets.” According to the USDA, Montana is the fourth- highest state for total planted wheat in the country, fifth in the nation for winter wheat production and the second-largest spring wheat producer in the country. continued on next page

a Happy Holidays & Big Thank You
a
Happy Holidays &
Big Thank You

the 2015 Fishing Season

the 2015 Fishing Season

to my sponsors for

Sam & Jeff Knodel (406) 228-8552

~ Ken Schmidt

a Happy Holidays & Big Thank You the 2015 Fishing Season to my sponsors for Sam

Travis & Alicial Nielsen of Nielsen Farms, Nashua

Scott Woodward -Glendive, MT (406) 377-4433

a Happy Holidays & Big Thank You the 2015 Fishing Season to my sponsors for Sam

Dan & Terri Johnson (406) 263-8099

a Happy Holidays & Big Thank You the 2015 Fishing Season to my sponsors for Sam
a Happy Holidays & Big Thank You the 2015 Fishing Season to my sponsors for Sam
a Happy Holidays & Big Thank You the 2015 Fishing Season to my sponsors for Sam

Mike, John, Steve, & Nate Chappell (406) 228-8961

Scott Woodward

-Glendive, MT

(406) 228-4614

Wheat crops continued

  • 2.4 million acres of winter wheat were planted

across Montana this year. MAES winter wheat varieties accounted for 59 percent, or 1.4 million acres of total

planted winter wheat acreage across the state. The top- seeded varieties were Yellowstone, Judee and Decade, respectively.

  • 2.6 million acres of spring wheat were planted

across Montana this year, with 32 percent, or 810,000 acres, seeded with a MAES-developed spring wheat variety. For the fifth year in a row, Vida, a hard-red spring wheat developed by MAES, was the most commonly planted spring wheat across the state. Vida accounted for 16.8 percent of all planted spring wheat in 2015, while additional MAES spring wheat varieties accounted for 13.2 percent. The Montana Agricultural Experiment Station and the MSU College of Agriculture Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology host a world-renowned plant breeding program that emphasizes both traditional

and molecular approaches in plant breeding and genetics that emphasizes high yields, pest resistance and high quality. More information about the breeding program is available at http://plantsciences.montana.edu/.

An English teacher in high school, when asked how long he wanted a paper to be would always say: “Like a woman’s skirt; long enough to cover everything, but short enough to keep it interesting.”

Holiday Hours December Tues. 22 4-8pm Wed. 23 4-8pm Thurs. 24 12-4pm Fri. 25 Closed Sat.
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303 1st Ave. S • Glasgow, MT
406-228-2277
FRIDAY Soup: Clam Chowder • Chili Specials: Fish Platter Turkey Bacon Melt Dine at the“O” 228-8006
FRIDAY
Soup: Clam Chowder •
Chili
Specials:
Fish Platter
Turkey Bacon Melt
Dine at the“O”
228-8006
GLASGOW SCHOOL MENU THURSDAY Breakfast Egg & Cheese Wrap • Tri Tater Apple • Milk Lunch
GLASGOW
SCHOOL MENU
THURSDAY
Breakfast
Egg & Cheese Wrap • Tri Tater
Apple • Milk
Lunch
Pepperoni Pizza • Salad w/Ranch
Banana Bar • Choice of Fruit • Milk
Irle School - Sack Lunch

HOUSE FOR SALE IN A PRIVATE CUL DE SAC Updated 4 bedroom, 2 bath house for
HOUSE FOR SALE
IN A PRIVATE CUL DE SAC
Updated
4
bedroom,
2
bath
house
for
sale
with
a
bonus
room. Large 32 x 32 heated triple
car
garage. All
situated
on
1.5
lots. Across
from
middle
school
and
day-care.
5
Scottie
Court.
ASKING $259,000
CALL FOR A SHOWING 228-2230
Feeling overwhelmed? Moving to Prairie Ridge, The Manor or Valley View? Let us help. Call Shawn
Feeling overwhelmed?
Moving to Prairie Ridge,
The Manor or Valley View?
Let us help.
Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025
Open: Mon - Sat • Closed: Sun $20 Gift Card FREE When you buy $100 in
Open: Mon - Sat • Closed: Sun
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When you buy
$100 in Gift Cards
SPECIALS: FRIDAY Soup: Clam Chowder Lunch: Shrimp Basket Dinner: 5 pc. Breaded Shrimp SATURDAY Soup: Cook’s
SPECIALS:
FRIDAY
Soup: Clam Chowder
Lunch: Shrimp Basket
Dinner: 5 pc. Breaded Shrimp
SATURDAY
Soup: Cook’s Choice
Lunch: Reuben
Dinner: 8 oz. Sirloin
We have soft-serve ice cream!
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20% SALE All Things Denim: (Jeans, Leggings, Jackets, Shirts) Through Dec. 19th Mon-Fri • 9am ~
20% SALE
All Things Denim:
(Jeans, Leggings, Jackets, Shirts)
Through Dec. 19th
Mon-Fri • 9am ~ 5:30pm
Saturday • 9am ~ 4pm
After Hours by Appt.
Open Sunday’s 12-3
Through Christmas
   HOUSE FOR SALE IN A PRIVATE CUL DE SAC Updated 4 bedroom, 2

Deadline is December 31st

Nominations Being Sought For Montana Outdoor Hall Of Fame

A group of Montana state agencies and conservation organizations is seeking nominations for the second round of inductees to the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame. The MOHOF honors individuals who have contributed to the restoration and conservation of Montana’s fish, wildlife, and other outdoor amenities. “Montana’s Outdoor Hall of Fame recognizes Montana’s historical and contemporary conservation leaders,” said Montana Governor Steve Bullock. “We need to capture and share the important stories of the men and women who’ve championed Montana’s outdoor heritage.” Nominees can include people from all walks of life who reflect Montana’s diverse tradition of resource conservation and stewardship. Participants in the effort include Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, the Montana Historical Society, Montana’s Outdoor Legacy Foundation, the Montana Wildlife Federation, the Montana Wilderness Association, Montana Trout Unlimited, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and the Cinnabar Foundation. The inaugural MOHOF class was formally inducted last year and included: Granville Stuart, Theodore Roosevelt, Charlie M. Russell, Lee Metcalf, Don Aldrich, Bud Moore, Thurman Trosper, Doris Milner, Cecil Garland, Gerry Jennings, Ron Marcoux, and Chris Marchion. MOHOF inductees are archived at the Montana Historical Society in Helena. The deadline for nominations is Thursday, December 31st. For more information and a nominee application (pdf) form visit the Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation website at www.mtoutdoorlegacy. org. Click “Projects,” then click “Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame.”

Deadline is December 31st Nominations Being Sought For Montana Outdoor Hall Of Fame A group of
SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE 20-968 Ideal fishing and hunting cabin for sale in the middle of Fort Peck
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20-968
Ideal fishing and hunting cabin for sale in the middle
of Fort Peck Recreation Area. This home was built
in 2007; high quality constructed home that is 1048
square feet single level with 2 bedrooms and 2 full
bathrooms. The house features a modern, spacious
kitchen and the living room opens onto the back deck
for entertaining your guests. Step into the $50,000
gazebo with jetted hot tub after a day on the Fort
Peck and Missouri Rivers. A large triple garage can
park a 24 foot boat. This is a great home for Montana
recreation and to relax in and enjoy Montana beauty.
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406-230-1771

“My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?” – Bob Hope

This Key Could Be Jingling In Your Hands For The Christmas Season. NORTHEAST MONTANA’S FORD HEADQUARTERS
This Key Could Be
Jingling In Your Hands
For The Christmas Season.
NORTHEAST MONTANA’S FORD HEADQUARTERS
Call Jerry, Josh or Norm • 228-2141 • 866-528-2141
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