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Our Bonnie City Lassies of Winter

Back on track and improving to 4-2 on the season are the

Glasgow Scotties as they rang in the New Year knocking off
Poplar, lighting up the nets for 72 points while holding the
Indians to 42 points. The Scotty boys also made their 2016
debut a success over the Indians. Deadlocked at 22-all at

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the half and still tied at 31-31 entering the fourth quarter,
Glasgow would prevail over Poplar 50-47. The Scotties are
at home again this Friday night when they host Nashua.
Boys JV starts at 3:30 followed by the varsity girls at 5:0 and
the boys at 6:30. Then on Saturday its a road trip to Harlem.

Take advantage they did!

Dec 30 - Jan 7

4:10 - 7:00 - 9:00


4:00 - 6:50 - 9:30


for thematic elements, crude and

suggestive content, and for language


Sci-fi action violence.

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

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

The number of rides given by Glenns Automotive,
Thompson & Sons, and Valley County Search & Rescue
on New Years Eve tallied 160.

Those providing these rides were Doug Cook, Josh
Thompson, Chris Moore, Rob Brunelle, Jaron Wesen,
Sandy Carpenter, and Shyanne Isakson.

4-H Council meets this evening

The monthly Valley County 4-H council meeting

will be held tonight (Tuesday, January 5th) at 5:30
p.m. in the Valley County Courthouse. All clubs are
encouraged to have representation.

Adults have the ice Wednesday night

There will be Adults Only Open Skate on

Wednesday, January 6th from 5:30-6:45 p.m. at the
Valley Event Center.
Cost is $2 to skate, $2 to rent skates if you dont
already have4 a pair, and lessons are free.

National Weather surface recaps our weather for 2015

For the most part, 2015 will go
down in the record books for Glasgow
as a warmer and wetter year than
normal. With 13.04 inches of total
precipitation, this is the sixth year
in a row that it has been wetter than
normal. It also was the eighth of the
last nine years that have been wetter
than normal. The 45.4 inches of snow
that fell was 10.6 inches above normal.

2015 Averaged 46.0 degrees
which was 2.8 degrees above normal.
It also was the 3rd warmest year
since records have been kept. 15 daily
record high temperatures were tied
or broken while there were only 2
record low temperature records tied
or broken.
January was above normal in
the temperature department but also
snowier than normal. The average
temperature was 5.7 degrees above
normal while the 20.5 inches of snow
was 12.3 inches above normal. Liquid
precipitation was 0.43 inch above the
normal of 0.37 inch.
February averaged close to
normal in both temperatures and
liquid precipitation but snowfall fell

short of the average by 1.4 inches,

with a total of 3 inches.
March was a very warm month
and in fact the 4th warmest March
on record. The average temperature
of 39.9 degrees was 8.2 degrees above
normal. It was also a wet month with
0.75 of an inch being a third of an inch
above normal. Snowfall, however,
totaled 2.8 inches, which fell short of
the normal by 1.9 inches.
April was wetter and slightly
warmer than normal. The 1.19 inches
of liquid precipitation was 0.34 inch
above normal. April was also the
third snowiest month of the year with
5.3 Inches, which was 3.4 inch above
May was the coldest month of
the year in terms of departure from
normal. The 53.7 degrees was 1.4
degrees shy of normal. It was also a
dry month, with 1.32 inches coming
up shy of the normal by 0.60 inch.

June was warmer than normal
with an average temperature of 67.4
degrees, 3.4 above normal. The 2.58
inches of rainfall was only a auarter of
an inch above normal.

July was typical with the

temperature only 0.6 degrees above
normal. Precipitation was only 0.03
below the normal mark.
August also came out close to
normal (0.1 degrees above normal)
but featured the hottest temperature of
the summer a 105 degree scorcher.
The 0.84 inch of rain came up short of
the normal by 0.40 inch.
September started a string of
warmer than normal months, with 61
degrees topping out above the normal
by 2.8 degrees. It was also drier than
normal with a total of 0.57 inch.

Octobers 50.0 degree average
was 5.3 degrees above normal. It
was also a very wet month with 1.67
inches being 0.92 inch above normal.

November was also wet with 0.60
inch being 0.20 above normal. The
average temperature of 31.9 degrees
was 2.6 degrees above normal.
averaged 5.1 degrees above normal.
It was also a snowy month with 12.8
inches being 4.8 inches above normal.
The liquid precipitation of 0.71 inch
Was 0.31 above normal.


Today is
Bird Day

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 8. Wind chill

values as low as -3. East wind around 7 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 21. Wind chill
values as low as -2. East wind around 7 mph.

Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 8.

Wind chill values as low as -1. East wind around 6 mph.

Thursday: A 40 percent chance of snow. Cloudy, with a

high near 19. East wind around 6 mph becoming west
northwest in the morning. New snow accumulation of less
than a half inch possible.
Thursday Night: A 40 percent chance of snow. Cloudy,
with a low around 5. North northwest wind around 7 mph.
New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
Friday: A 20 percent chance of snow. Partly sunny, with a
high near 12. North northwest wind around 8 mph.
Friday Night: A slight chance of snow. Mostly cloudy, with
a low around -8.
Saturday: Partly sunny and cold, with a high near -1.

Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around -15.

Sunday: Mostly sunny and cold, with a high near 1.
Monday: Partly sunny and cold, with a high near 9.


1114 sq. ft. home has 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, open Kitchen, dining and
living room. All freshly painted in side
with newer carpets, updated Kitchen,
and an optional Family room addition.
Nice corner lot with a patio, and
Double car garage with shop!

ASKING $95,000


Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525

APT. CARE DUTIES: Seeking part time person to show and inspect apts,
do banking, have computer and camera. Could trade rent for duties. Must
be bondable, very honest, cheerful, people oriented, can paint and clean.
CALL 360-750-6746
gateway club: is looking for 2 cooks and a dishwasher. pick up
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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
FOR RENT: Upgraded 3 bedroom units at St. Marie in various sizes. $400
to $600. Call 406-524-3742
For Rent: 3 bedroom single level duplex for rent. Very good condition.
Located in St. Marie asking $550 a month plus utilities. Call Helland
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HERITAGE APTS, WANT YOU!: AVAILABLE NOW! 2bd/1.5 bth apt. In city
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For Rent: In Downtown Glasgow, furnished Suites 1 BR, 2 BR, & 3 BR
CALL 228-2800
for rent: 2000 sq/ft Downtown storefront space for lease Call 2282800
FOR SALE: TV entertainment center, 4.6 Ft. tall, 3.11 ft. long, 27 in wide,
27 in. opening for TV, light color wood, 2 shelves, glass doors. Good
Condition. ASKING $100 OBO
FOR SALE:2015 Chevy Crew Cab, black, High Country Edition, 29,000
miles, weather tech mats, tonneau cover, fully loaded. Brown leather interior,
heated & cooled seats. Comes with two sets of wheels on 22 American
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AT tires. $40,900. CALL 406-214-2973. Can text pictures.

Feeling overwhelmed?
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Let us help.

Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

Nice 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom home with

huge 3 car heated garage for sale. Modern
step saving kitchen has beautiful bamboo
type flooring, lovely counter tops, is light,
bright and airy with track lighting. Heated
man cave-garage has a separate door
entrance and has been used as a shop,
workout room, game room and living room.
Wrap around decks give a view of sunsets
and features both northern and southern
exposure. Great value includes queen
bedroom set, dining room set, washer/drier,
and complete kitchen appliances. Great
deals like this one wont last long!


CALL JON at 263-2113 TODAY



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FWP to host meeting Wednesday

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will hold four

public meetings in northeast Montana this month to
gather comments on proposed hunting seasons and
rules for the next two years.
One of these meetings will be held at the
Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow on Wednesday, January
6th starting at 6:30 p.m.
The tentative rules and regulations, available for
review and comment online now at, were
approved by the Fish and Wildlife Commission at their
December meeting, and include statewide and local
hunting regulations for antelope, black bear, bighorn
sheep, bison, deer, elk, moose, mountain goat, mountain
lion, and upland game birds.
Every two years FWP considers changes to all
hunting seasons, proposes changes from the previous
biennium, and encourages public comment before the
FWP Commission makes its final decisions in February.
Meetings are held across the state to present the
proposed seasons and accept public comments. FWP
and its commissioners will also accept written, online
or emailed comments through Jan. 22.
Some of the proposed hunting season and rules,
relevant to Region 6, include the establishment of
late elk shoulder seasons and antlerless elk permits in
the Missouri River Breaks and Bears Paw Mountains,
establishment of mule deer and white-tailed deer
antlerless hunting opportunities in the region, an
increase in antelope quotas in the Glasgow area, and
expanding quota ranges for bighorn sheep in the Breaks
hunting district 622.

The public is encouraged to visit the FWP website
for the full proposals or attend a public meeting.
Comments may be submitted at these public
meetings, online at or by mail to: FWP
Wildlife Division, attn: hunting season proposals, PO
Box 200701, Helena, MT 59620. Comments are due by
5 p.m. on January 22, 2016.

Prices Effective: December 30 - January 5, 2016


Buffalo Seasoned

4 - 5 oz.

Pace 16 oz. Sel. Var.


12 Pack

12 Pack

Gold n Plump 20 oz.

Family Pack 80% Lean 20% Fat

Hillshire Farms 12-14 oz. Sel. Var.


Nabisco 3.5 - 9.1 oz. Sel. Var.

PRIME RIB ROAST ..................$6.99 lb.

CHICKEN WINGS ...................$2.99 ea.

LOBSTER TAILS .....................$5.99 ea. SALSA OR PICANTE SAUCE ........... 3/$5

KING CRAB LEGS ..................$15.99 lb.
COKE PRODUCTS........................3/$12
GROUND BEEF .......................$2.49 lb.

PEPSI PRODUCTS .......................3/$12

CHICKEN BREASTS ................$4.99 ea.
LIL SMOKIES.............................. 2/$5

AVOCADOS ............................$ .89 ea. SNACK CRACKERS ....................... 2/$5



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As Obama makes his

gun control play today...

What kind of government cares more about

appeasing Islamic terrorists than defending the
constitutional rights of its citizens? A government that
would disarm us during the age of terror.
Nothing would make us more vulnerable to
generations of suffering and slaughter than the
destruction of our Second Amendment. But many
of our politicians, aided by a relentless media, are
launching that attack themselves. They dream of joining
the rest of the disarmed peoples of the world in trusting
our survival to the mercy of monsters.

The greatest damage the terrorists could ever inflict
upon us is disarmament at the hands of the political
elites. But we will never offer our right to survive as a
fools ransom to the worlds killers. Our freedom is what
they fear most.
Placing a heavier burden on responsible gun owners
will do little to prevent troubled individuals from
carrying out violent acts. The Second Amendment
is very clear and so is my commitment to protecting
the Constitutional right of law-abiding citizens to bear
arms. ~ Mike Johanns

Ahh, the
Good Ol

I just long for the days before Political Correctness
took over this country....
...when kids were allowed to play Livestock
Management Technicians and Indigenous Peoples....

I was going to quit all my bad habits for the New
Year, but then I remembered that nobody likes a quitter.

Dieting - New Year Resolutions

2012: I will get my weight down below 180

2013: I will follow my new diet religiously until I
get below 200 pounds.
2014: I will develop a realistic attitude about my
2015: I will work out 3 days a week.
2016: I will try to drive past a gym at least once
a week.

JANUARY 8, 2016