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DC Trip Meeting Tuesday
The Washington, D.C. Trip students (March 12th- begin planning the D.C. Trip for 2018? All juniors and
19th) attended the Gettysburg Battlefield. This photo seniors from area schools interested in taking the trip
shows the students at the monument depicting North are encouraged to attend Tuesday night’s meeting in
Carolinian soldiers at the Battle of Gettysburg, sculpted Room 4 of the Glasgow High School. Parents of these
by Gutzon Borglum. Borglum is most famous for his students are also encouraged to attend. “It would be
creation of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial at very helpful if the parents can be at this initial meeting,”
Mount Rushmore, South Dakota. Would you believe Rod Koast said. For the kids that are interested, take it
there’s already a meeting this Tuesday, March 28th to from Rach — it just might be the adventure of a lifetime!
March 24 - 30
SHOWINGS
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4:10 - 7:00 - 9:25 4:00 - 6:50 - 9:20
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OVER

sequences of sci-fi violence, action
some action violence, peril and
PG-13 and destruction, language, and for PG
Coincidence of sorts?
some crude humor frightening images
DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON
FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS The story in Friday’s Buzz that Montana State
University purchased a red Angus purebred cattle herd
Register for ServSafe training from MSU alumni Bob and Rita Dige (pictured above)
of Sand Coulee (about 10 miles southof Great Falls)
Foodservice professionals make a commitment to has a local twist of sorts. Rita is Art Widhalm’s sister!
food safety every day as they prepare and serve foods to They grew up on a farm/ranch near Valier, which is
the public. about 30 miles south of Cut Bank. “Dad had 1,200
ServSafe training is offered to help them to acres of irrigated land,” Art explained. They also raised
understand all of the food safety risks faced by their beef (a herd of around 60 head), pigs, chickens and
operation. Being aware of these risks helps managers would even end up with some bum lambs every spring.
make decisions in their operations to keep their staff “But we never had any geese,” Art, who calls both St.
and customers safe. Marie and the VFW Post #3107 home, added.
ServSafe training is the most effective means of ensuring
that each person in charge has this necessary knowledge
and certification.
The eight-hour Food Manager’s course is designed
for anyone who is preparing food for others to consume.
The program blends the latest FDA Food Code, food
safety research and years of food sanitation training
experience. Managers learn to implement essential
food safety practices and create a culture of food safety.
All content and materials are based on actual job tasks
identified by foodservice industry experts.
MSU Extension Agent Roubie Younkin will offer
the eight-hour Food Handlers ServSafe Training on
Tuesday, April 11th from 8.M. to 5p.m.
Preregistration is required by April 3 so books may
be ordered to accommodate all students. There is a $100
fee to cover the cost of the books, training and meals. Pinochle Marathon continues
Please contact the Valley County Extension Office at 1st — Donna Combs/Sheri Daggett 7980
228-6241 for more information and to preregister for 2nd — Marlene Jackson/Lois McIntyre 6220
the class. 3rd — Dolores Cumber/Shirley Siefert 6160
BUZZIFIEDS
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mo + $600 deposit. CALL THE HELLAND AGENCY 406-228-2114 Classified Positions to complete & submit application. Deadline is
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BUZZ

GLEN MEIER CAPE AIR: Cross-Trained Agent. Duties include but not limited
to: Check in passengers & baggage, make reservations,, bording
RETIREMENT SOCIAL announcements, load and unload passengers. Must be 18 or older.
Have high school diploma or equivalent. Basic computer skills. Must be
Open to the Public able to lift 70 lbs. Excellent customer service skills required. APPLY
SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2017 AT CAPEAIR.COM
BUZZ
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM COTTONWOOD INN & SUITES is looking for a part/full-time cook. Duties
SUNNYSIDE GOLF CLUB include cooking customer meals to order, prep work (may include some
baking), stocking and cleaning the kitchen. Applicants must be able to: stand,
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Warmer-than
required to work some holidays/overtime. Wage is DOE. Benefits include
vacation/sick leave, dental/visual reimbursement, group health insurance,

normal temps
retirement, employee discounts. APPLY AT COTTONWOOD INN.
BUZZ
FORT PECK MARINA is looking for a boat mechanic. $30/hr DOE. Must
continue be able to manage time efficiently. CALL (406) 526-3442 OR BRING
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Tonight: A 20 percent chance of showers before 11pm. BUZZ
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 37. East northeast wind MARKLE’S HARDWARE is seeking motivated individuals for part-
6 to 13 mph. time, full-time, and small engine work. Pay DOE, benefits and health
Tuesday: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly insurance available. PLEASE PICK UP APPLICATIONS AT MARKLE’S
cloudy, with a high near 57. Northeast wind 5 to 7 mph HARDWARE.
becoming west in the afternoon.
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 34. West
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Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 62.
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Thank You
I would like to thank all
those who bought things
from me or donated to the
kids who got the amazing
opportunity to go to
Washington DC. Thank you
to Rod Karst for making the
whole trip possible. And to
the chaperones for keeping
us all in check. Finally, thank
you to the parents who
helped raise the money. We
all made great memories
and learned so much.

GLASGOW
SCHOOL MENU
TUESDAY
Breakfast
Hot or Cold Cereal • Maple Stick
Oranges • Milk
Lunch
BBQ Pulled Pork • Broccoli w/ Cheese
Peaches • Harvest Bar
Peas • Choice of Fruit • Milk

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Birthday Cake
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Senator Lang happy with Keystone XL’s Presidential permit
The federal government’s long-awaited also allow 100,000 barrels of oil per day from the
approval of the Keystone XL pipeline is welcome Bakken Shale to be transported to refineries on
news in Montana, with a key state lawmaker the Gulf Coast.
calling the decision a victory for local economies Increasing pipeline capacity for Bakken crude to
and for safety. reach the rest of the country is a major priority
“We’re very happy,” Montana State Senator for Keystone XL supporters in Montana, Lang
Mike Lang told Western Wire. said. “Pipelines are the safest way to move this
Lang is the sponsor of a pro-Keystone kind of product,” he said, adding that more than
resolution in the state legislature. It cleared the Mike Lang 5,000 miles of oil and gas pipelines are already
Senate last month in a 41-9 vote, with almost half the operating in Montana.
chamber’s Democrats joining Republicans to pass the bill. Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline, including
The resolution calls for the prompt approval of the pipeline, 350.org, initially attacked the project because it would
which was blocked for years by the Obama administration transport oil-sands crude from Alberta, Canada, and have
under pressure from “keep it in the ground” environmental a “massive carbon footprint.” But even under the Obama
groups. administration, the State Department’s environmental
The U.S. State Department announced the approval impact studies repeatedly found no significant increase in
of a presidential permit for the pipeline on Friday, March greenhouse gases from the project. In 2014, the New York
24th. The State Department was the lead agency in the Times reported that emissions from the oil transported
permitting process because the pipeline – which connects via the Keystone XL pipeline “would amount to less than 1
major oil fields in Canada with refineries on the U.S. Gulf percent of United States greenhouse gas emissions, and an
Coast – crosses an international border. infinitesimal slice of the global total.”
Pipeline developer TransCanada issued a statement In the years since the Keystone XL pipeline debate first
calling the federal approval a “significant milestone” for began, the campaign against the project has transformed
the project. The decision allows the company to work into all-out opposition to any kind of fossil-fuel
with state officials on securing the final approvals before development, with activists rallying under the slogan of
construction starts. “TransCanada will continue to engage “keep it in the ground.” As Bill McKibben, a central figure
key stakeholders and neighbors throughout Nebraska, in the “keep it in the ground” campaign and the founder of
Montana and South Dakota to obtain the necessary permits 350.org, has said: “From now on anyone proposing a new
and approvals to advance this project to construction,” the pipeline, coal mine, oil well is effectively a climate denier.”
company said. But McKibben’s argument conflicts with the stance
In addition to construction jobs, Montana lawmakers of Canada’s Liberal Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, an
anticipate $63 million in annual property tax revenues will advocate for government limits on greenhouse gases
be generated in the counties along the pipeline route — who has pushed a carbon tax in his own country. At the
over $7 million the Valley County treasury coffers alone. same time, Trudeau says Canada will develop its energy
Another economic benefit will be the electricity sold resources. “There isn’t a country in the world that would
by rural cooperatives to help power the pipeline system, find billions of barrels of oil and just leave it in the ground
Lang said. And when the pipeline is completed, it will while there is a market for it,” he said late last year.
Forbes says ‘don’t get too excited’
Nebraska, a key state involved in the Keystone
expansion, has yet to approve the project, and it doesn’t
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look like the fight to build will be easy, despite the fact that
a majority of Nebraska state senators, 33 of 49, have signed
of the Week
a letter urging a state agency to green-light construction of
the Keystone XL 275-mile pipeline route across Nebraska.
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However, says Forbes magazine: “Don’t get too excited 11:00-8:00
about President Trump’s approval of the Keystone XL Hwy 2 West • 228-2997 Drive Thru 11:00 - 8:00
pipeline. The $8 billion extension project proposed by
TransCanada Corp. still faces some big hurdles before it TUESDAY
can begin carrying heavy oil from Canada to southern Soup: Potato • Chili
Nebraska, where it will connect with the existing part of Specials:
the system that runs all the way to the Gulf Coast.” Philly
TransCanada still needs to secure some of the land Egg Salad Croissant
rights with landowners and a permit from the state of
Nebraska, which could result in a rash of lawsuits that Dine at the“O” March 22 - 28, 2017
could drag out the process for at least several months and Boneless Beef
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met with protestor opposition, with Sierra Club executive SHORT RIBS...........................$4.49 lb.
director Michael Brune threatening to challenge it in court Beef
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soon. “The battle is far from over,” Houston energy-centric Fresh Wild Pacific
investment bank Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. wrote in a DOVER SOLE FILLETS ..............$5.99 lb.
note. Aqua Star 32 oz.
SALMON FILLETS...................$9.98 ea.
That’s sort of where the fight starts. The Nebraska Public Seablend 1 lb.
Service Commission is going to review TransCanada’s IMITATION CRAB ...................$2.49 ea.
proposal, as well as hear comments from the public. Land O’ Frost 10-16 oz. Select Varieties
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Opponents argue the new expansion could pollute Fresh
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route would hit the Ogallala Aquifer, an underground
natural water reserve that covers almost the entire state.
Keystone opponents have already filed petitions to halt BS
approval.
If that doesn’t work, they’ll protest, which could end CENTRAL
up looking a lot like the fight over the Dakota Access
Pipeline which recently wrapped up, leaving North Dakota
Printin’
wondering if they’re going to get any help with the $38
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