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Are we having fun yet?

I guess we shouldn’t be complaining about the 3.3 inches of snow we got on Monday (bringing February’s total up to six inches). Beginning late last week, the Rocky Mountain front in northwest Montana has gotten hammered so far with anywhere from three to five feet! Several highways have been shut down, BNSF and Amtrak have screeched to a halt with about 180 passengers stranded in Whitefish and Shelby (no

estimated time for reopening both main tracks, it could be a few days), dozens of schools were shut down, the Blackfeet Nation declared a state of emergency,

avalanche dangers are at “extreme”

sound any fun at all. About the only ones who aren’t

nope, doesn’t

complaining are the owners of ski resorts. And more snow in their forecast: 50% today and near 100% on Thursday with highs predicted from 35 to 45 above, they’re looking at freezing rain and snow with 45 mph winds with gusts up to 65 mph. The above photo by Chyana Johnson was taken in St. Mary, a community on the western border of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjacent to Glacier National Park. Hopefully our western Montana neighbors can get through this ordeal without any tragedies. And when all this snow starts melting, does the St. Mary Diversion Dam, part of the Milk River Project, ring a bell? Depending on how things pan out, that could be a lot of water coming down the murky Milk.

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one for being part of our Superbowl Party Pack Give away. Congratulations to our Grand Prize
one for being part of our Superbowl Party Pack Give away. Congratulations to our Grand Prize
one for being part of our Superbowl Party Pack Give away. Congratulations to our Grand Prize

Congratulations to our Grand Prize Winner:

Pack Give away. Congratulations to our Grand Prize Winner: Betty Barnett! She won a Lazyboy recliner

Betty Barnett!

She won a Lazyboy recliner from Pehlke’s Furniture & Floor Coverings; $150 Gift Certificate to Reynold’s Market Deli & Bakery; 2 Stainless Steel Growlers w/ Fill Certificates, and 4 Master Cylinders from Busted Knuckle; a 24-inch LG Flatscreen TV from Town & Country Furniture; and Game Day themed apples from the Apple Trolly

Furniture; and Game Day themed apples from the Apple Trolly Tune in this week on how

Tune in this week on how you can win a

from the Apple Trolly Tune in this week on how you can win a Sweet Treat
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Sweet Treat Getaway for Valentine’s Day!

how you can win a Sweet Treat Getaway for Valentine’s Day! Prizes include a pair of
how you can win a Sweet Treat Getaway for Valentine’s Day! Prizes include a pair of
how you can win a Sweet Treat Getaway for Valentine’s Day! Prizes include a pair of

Prizes include a pair of 4k yellow Amethyst Stud Earrings from Baker’s Jewelry; Tickets, pop & popcorn for two from Valley Cinemas; a $250 Gift Certificate toward lodging at the Cottonwood Inn & Suites; and a $50 gift Certificate for dining from both Durum Restaurant and the Gateway!

The Fisherman’s Prayer

Lord,

Dear

Grant me the SERENITY to accept the size of the fish I catch, the COURAGE not to lie about it, and the WISDOM to know that none of my fishing buddies would believe me anyway Amen.

Applications available for VCCF

The Valley County Community Foundation (VCCF) will award its annual grants this spring, grant committee chair Sam Waters has announced. VCCF provides grants to local organizations with the charitable 501(c) 3 IRS designation and local government projects. Specifically, VCCF awards grants in these areas: arts and culture, basic human needs, economic development, education, and natural resources and conservation. Projects in all parts of Valley County have received grants, Waters said, adding that over the years, competition for grant dollars has increased. “Time spent on the application is time well spent,” Waters said. “The average dollar amount of grants awarded in the past three years is just under $2,000, with the smallest grant at $800 and the largest, $3,600, with many requests receiving full funding.” Application forms and guidelines are available at the VCCF website, www.valleycountycf.net, and at First Community Bank in Glasgow. Hard copy applications are required and they must be postmarked by March 13. Only applications that are complete and received by the due date will be considered. Funding for the grants comes from earnings on the VCCF endowment. It is invested with the Montana Community Foundation, a statewide organization that helps local communities and non-profit organizations raise and administer charitable gifts. VCCF is also caretaker for two annual scholarships. The Feda Scholarship for the Trades will be awarded in May and the Charlotte and Clarence Fuhrman Memorial Scholarship will be awarded this summer. Check the VCCF website for application requirements and due dates.

Good news for fishin’ contests

Aftercarefulconsiderationofsafetyandenvironmental precautions, and upcoming rulemaking proposals, all 58 open-water fishing contests set for this season in Montana will be allowed to occur, the Joint Mussel Response Implementation Team announced today. Montana Mussel Response Incident Command watercraft protocols recommend rules for mandatory inspections of all boats and equipment entering the state before launching on any Montana waterbody. Additionally, all boats leaving invasive mussel- detected waters would be inspected – and decontaminated when necessary – upon leaving those waters. There will also be additional restrictions and inspections to prevent the spread of invasive mussels. Among the approved fishing contests are five scheduled on waters where invasive mussels have either been detected or are suspected to be present.

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values between -20 and -30. North wind 3 to 6 mph. Wednesday: A 20 percent chance of snow before 11am. Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 2. Wind chill values between -20 and -30. West northwest wind 5 to 11 mph. Wednesday Night: Increasing clouds, with a low around -11. Wind chill values between -20 and -25. Southwest wind 5 to 7 mph becoming east southeast after midnight. Thursday: A chance of snow before 1pm, then a chance of sleet between 1pm and 4pm, then a slight chance of freezing rain after 4pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 32. East southeast wind 7 to 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Little or no snow and sleet accumulation expected. Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27. West southwest wind 7 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 40. West wind 11 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 23. Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 34. Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 17. Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 34. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 17. Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 37.

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BUZZ EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER: Serving Glasgow or surrounding areas. If you would like having experienced housekeepers clean for you? We will provide our own supplies and equipment. IF INTERESTED CALL OR TEXT 406-942-0727 OR 406-230-2645 BUZZ $10 BAG SALE on all Clothes, Shoes, & Purses. Sale Ends Saturday, February 11. $6 Bad Sale on books DONATIONS WELCOME - SOROPTIMIST THRIFT STORE BUZZ FOR RENT: Quiet country home, large yard with trees, 5 bedroom,1 3/4 bath, detached 2 car garage. Located just off of highway 117 between Fort Peck and Nashua. School bus stop, No smoking, will consider pets. PLEASE CALL 263-3644

BUZZ HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 bedroom 1 bath. Newly painted, new flooring, 2 car garage. $750 + utilities + deposit. Located on the north side. CALL OR TEXT 202-744-4252

BUZZ HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms with 2 bonus rooms, 1¾ bath, close to Irle School. 1 year lease, $875/mo. + utilities, and security deposit. CALL/ TEXT 406-696-5016

BUZZ FOR RENT: Great Rentals in St. Marie at reduced price of $425 to help with gas and driving costs. Nicely renovated units with new hot water heater and furnace to help lower utility costs. Most pets accepted. FOR SALE: Single story, 3 br, 1 bath in St. Marie. Part of the Condo, new flooring, updated furnace and hot water heater. Priced at $19,500 CALL 406-524-3742 FOR MORE INFORMATION

BUZZ HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS NEEDED: Valley View Home is looking to hire Full time Staff Development Coordinator, LPN licence or RN license required; Administrative assistant, starting at $11.50; Also, looking for Helping Hands, starting at $10.00; and Part-time Housekeeper, Activity Aide, and Dietaty Aide. Applications are available at the business office or local Job Service. PLEASE CONTACT KARLY KRUCKENBERG, ADMINISTRATOR, FOR MORE INFORMATION 228-2461

the business office or local Job Service. PLEASE CONTACT KARLY KRUCKENBERG, ADMINISTRATOR, FOR MORE INFORMATION 228-2461
the business office or local Job Service. PLEASE CONTACT KARLY KRUCKENBERG, ADMINISTRATOR, FOR MORE INFORMATION 228-2461
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Moving to Prairie Ridge,
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Let us help.
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or Valley View? Let us help. Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025 Board Of County Commissioners Agenda

Board Of County Commissioners Agenda For Discussion And Decision

WEDNESDAY, February 08, 2017 - 10:00 a.m.

1. Additions and/ or Deletions to the Agenda

2. Public Comment

3. Employment / Termination Notices

4. Resolution #10-2017 Hazard Mitigation Plan

Save a life!

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, with the American Red Cross, will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, February 22nd, from 9am- 2pm. It will be held in the large conference room at FMDH. To schedule your appointment or for more information please visit www.redcrossblood. org and enter sponsor code: “fmdh” or call the American Red Cross at

406-403-0956.

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SAVINGS Prices Effective: February 1 - 7, 2017 Cloverdale 28 oz. TANGY SUMMER SAUSAGE $5.99 ea.
SAVINGS Prices Effective: February 1 - 7, 2017 Cloverdale 28 oz. TANGY SUMMER SAUSAGE $5.99 ea.
Prices Effective: February 1 - 7, 2017
Prices Effective: February 1 - 7, 2017

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Bowhunter Education Classes Offered in March

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Bowhunter Education course dates have been set for the first courses in

the Glasgow area for this year. There will be a regular youth classroom course March 3-5, and an adult online “field day” course on March 5. Starting in 2017, the purchase of a Montana bow and arrow license will be required prior to applying for any archery-only permit. To purchase a bow and arrow license, an individual must meet one of the following requirements:

show completion of a bowhunter education course

show proof of purchase of a previous year’s bow and arrow license from Montana or another state

sign an affidavit that they have previously purchased a bow and arrow license in Montana or another state. First time archers need to plan ahead so that they have the prerequisite bowhunter education certificate in order to apply for 2017 archery only drawings. The first drawing deadline is March 15 each year. For the adult online field course, adults must pass the online bowhunter education course and receive a Field Day Qualifier Certificate. This Field Day Qualifier Certificate and a picture ID are necessary to obtain entrance into the field course. The adult field course will be held from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, March 5, beginning at the Quonset building at the FWP Headquarters. The youth classroom course will also be held in the Quonset building at the FWP headquarters in Glasgow. Classes will run from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, and from 8-11 a.m. on Saturday. All registrants for the classroom course must be 11 years of age by March 3. To hunt during the archery only season, youth need to be at least 12-years old by January 16,

2018.

Classroom students need to pick up the “Today’s Bowhunter” manual from the FWP office in Glasgow. Before students can pick up a manual, however, they must be registered and have printed and signed all necessary forms. Students are to read each chapter and complete all chapter review exercises before class on Friday, March 3. If workbooks are not complete, students may not be able to continue the course. To register and learn more about the bowhunter education classes offered, please go to the FWP website at www.fwp.mt.gov and look under the “Education” tab. If there are any questions, please call the Glasgow FWP office at 228-3700.

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Headed for their last hurrah The Scotties are hitting the road for Billings Thursday to

Headed for their last hurrah

The Scotties are hitting the road for Billings Thursday to compete in the All-Class State Tournament which gets underway Friday morning and concludes Saturday evening. Pictured above is Gabe Hallock, who placed 2nd at the Eastern B/C Divisional held in Glasgow this

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past Saturday, and below is Tony Kaiser celebrating his Eastern B/C title with his biggest fan — little sister Katie. Gabe and Tony will be suiting up as Scotties for their final time as we lose them to graduation this spring. Best of luck, Scotties!

will be suiting up as Scotties for their final time as we lose them to graduation