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Valley View
Connie Cotton
By Kiauna Barstad, FMDH Intern
Connie Cotton was born and
raised right here in Glasgow.
Growing up on a farm with
five siblings “taught her a lot about
sharing and patience,” she said.
Upon graduating high
school, Connie was employed as a
Chiropractor’s assistant. She later
worked at a hotel, motel, pet store,
as a store clerk, and as a cook right
here in Valley View! When Connie Today, Connie resides at Valley things to say. She commented, “I
wasn’t working, she spent her time View Home. She enjoys playing can’t imagine living anywhere else.
in her kitchen cooking for her BINGO, doing crosswords and word The people are nice, the staff are
friends and family searches, and listening to all genres kind and attentive, and it’s clean. I
She was blessed with three of music except for rap. Connie has couldn’t ask for more.”
beautiful girls from two different a love for animals, but specifically Living at Valley View Home
marriages, and successfully raised cats. In fact, when telling her secret has allowed Connie to receive the
them all single handedly. Connie about how to live a happy life she care she needs, make long lasting
remembers always being called a stated, “Get married only once to friendships, and be close to her
“fun mom,” by both her children and the love of your life… or just have a children and grandchildren. She
their friends. Her most memorable lot of cats.” considers both the residents and
moment with her children was Connie has always dreamed of staff members her “second family.”
taking them to the opera. traveling to Ireland, Scotland, and Make sure to stop by Valley
If Connie could give one piece Wales to experience her heritage. View Home today (July 19th)
of advice it would be, “Listen to your When asked about her between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. for the
mom! She will always be there to experience at Valley View Home, Staff Appreciation Barbecue and
guide you.” Connie had nothing but positive Open House!
Fund-raiser for Lee in the making
As most everyone
knows, Lee Nelson
suffered a massive heart
attack on July 5th and is
currently in the hospital
July 14 - 20 at Salt Lake City.
SHOWINGS What comes next
is still unknown be he
is in the very best place
228-9239 and they are doing all
they can for him. He is
3:50 - 6:50 - 9:30 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 still resting and healing
OVER to get stronger before
moving forward for
testing that will tell us
sci-fi action violence, some language
PG-13 and brief suggestive PG action and rude humor. what the next step will be.
DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON “Waiting is hard and we know it’s going to be a
FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS long road, but he is strong and we have every hope
that he will come through fighting!” said his sister
Jody. “Thank you to everyone for all of your support,
visits, calls, texts, help and donations.”
FRANKLIN There will be a benefit for Lee & his family
HELLAND on Friday, August 4th at the Glasgow Elks Lodge
COMPUTER REPAIR beginning at 5:00. It will kick off with some good eats
(grilled burgers and brats & salads& desserts).
Computer Problems? July 19 - 25, 2017 There will be a live auction — Jake Strommen
Bone-In Beef
RIBEYE STEAKS ......................$7.99 lb. will be the auctioneer — followed by live music by
40 Knots 1 lb. 26/30 ct. Glasgow’s own 4th Street Band. We have been told that
COOKED SHRIMP ..................$9.99 ea. the auction is going to get rolling early and wrapped
Boneless Pork
Computer Repair • Resetting NEW YORK PORK CHOPS ........$1.99 lb. up so everyone can enjoy the music for the remainder
E-Mail • Tutorials • AND MORE! Bar-S 16 oz. Select Varieties of the evening.
Franklin Helland FRANKS ..................................$.89 ea.
Stones 80% Lean 20% Fat (Sold in 5 lb. pkg.)
If you have any donations for the auction, please
Certified Technician
GROUND BEEF PATTIES..............$10.95 call Shelly Riggin at 263-1596, Shyanne Isakson at
Family Pack Chicken 230-6859, or Jody Nelson at 230-0036.

So I just turned 21 DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS..........$.99 lb.
Select Varieties
and there is still no PEPSI & COKE PRODUCTS ...........3/$12
change in my eyesight... Northwest
When do I get my CHERRIES ..............................$1.99 lb. Baby Shower
adult supervision?
Z ack & Melanie Burner
& Their Baby Boy
Saturday | July 22 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
at the Busted Knuckle Brewery
Zack & Melanie are registered at Amazon.com
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When you wake up at 6 in the morning, you close
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We will be closed on Saturdays the months of July & August. DONATIONS BUZZ
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10am-4pm. FOR MORE INFO CALL 406-524-3309 Donations gladly BUZZ
accepted at all hours VALLEY VIEW: Looking to hire a Dietary Manager. Primary purpose of
position is to assist in planning, organizing, developing & direction operation
of the Food Services Department in accordance with current federal, state
Valley View Home and local standards governing our facility . PLEASE CONTACT 228-2461
Staff Appreciation BUZZ
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HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 - 90x140’ multifamily lots $29,000. 2
Everyone welcome. - 60x140’ Multifamily lots $25,000. 1 - 60x140’ single family lot in Glasgow
July 19th 4:30pm- 6:30pm $25,000. CALL JOHN 263-2046
Vote Yes Valley View short presentations every half hour
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downstairs. $475/mo. + security deposit. CALL THE HELLAND AGENCY
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northwest wind 7 to 11 mph becoming east after pay the lights. Utilities in house. No Pets. CALL 228-8110 or 230-0791
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Friday: Sunny, with a high near 87. West northwest FOR SALE: Fitness equipment stair step/biceps press $300. Armoire &
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Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 85. Northwest wind
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Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 87.
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Monday: Sunny, with a high near 90. Potluck
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Call for reservation by 10 AM
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Cal Ripken, car wash, past Saturday was (which keep it for the kids. GOOD relatives) I’m sorry I couldn’t
included a 50-50 drawing). LUCK TO ALL!” make it to the reunion,” Beau
50-50 tix, dingers... Myron pretty well The Cal Ripken 12U said, “but I’ll be busy hitting
Myron Malnaa, whose summed it up by saying, All-Stars thank her for some dingers for them.”
son Beau plays for the “This community is simply her generosity and thank Our All-Stars play their
Glasgow Cal Ripken 12U amazing.” everyone for their support. first game Thursday morning
All-Stars and will arrive Here is what he received And would you believe at 8:30.
in Meridian, Idaho (830 shortly after the winning it? Myron has a family The winners of this
miles) this afternoon for the 50/50 number was posted reunion this weekend and tournament will advance
Pacific Northwest Regional on Facebook: was unable to make it to to the World Series in
Tournament, told us how “My name is Johnna Meridan. So what did Beau Clemmons, North Carolina.
overwhelmingly successful Wooley and I have the think about not having Mom Wouldn’t that be something
their car wash fund-raiser winning ticket from the and Dad in attendance? if we had to hold another car
at Scottie Express Wash this 50/50 draw. Please just “Tell everyone (the wash....

Northeast Montana GATES
Fair Concert 6:00 PM

w/ OCTOBER ROAD Openingg
Music Starts at 7:00 PM • Joe Diffie at 8:30 PM Tickets on
October Road in the Beer Gardens after the Show
w Sale Now!

Tickets Prices: $35 Pre-Sale * $45 at the Gate
Tickets can be purchased at KLTZ/KLAN, the Glasgow Area Chamber of
Commerce and Agriculture, or online at www.Ticketleap.com.
For questions, call the Glasgow Chamber at 406-228-2222

On the
There was plenty
of rip-roarin’
action on the
River this past
Saturday during
the 9th Annual
Monster Cat
Roundup which
featured a full
field of 60 teams.
Of those teams,
56 fished out of
jet boats while
just four teams
fished from the
river bank.

Seder Brothers conquer all elements on the Yellowstone
By Montana Cats Staff digits ALL week leading up to the a day quite like the Seder brothers,
Summer heat can make for difficult event. out of Billings, Montana. Siblings,
days on the water. For tournament Tournament time was no Rod and Rob Seder could manage
fishing it adds a level of difficulty that different, as temps reached the high only six catfish during the eight-hour
is tough to quantify. 90’s and anglers up and down the event. However, five of those cats had
This year’s 9th Annual Monster river were experiencing fish in a enough size to push the anglers to
Cat Roundup in Sidney was a fine “lock-jaw” pattern. Add in the river just over 23 lbs. With their 23.06 lb.
example of what you can expect flows that were rapidly receding basket, the Seder’s claimed the 9th
when you hit the Yellowstone River in and everything was leading up to an Annual Monster Cat Roundup title!
mid-July. The Monster Cat Roundup overall difficult day of fishing for the Rod quipped, “This tourney
is always held the 3rd weekend of full field of 60 teams. (56 jet boats, 4 has been very tough on us. We have
July, so it typically coincides with shore) taken our beatings here, so it’s sure
the spawn or the post-spawn period A brighter note was that 51 really nice to get one.”
for the species at stake, the Channel teams still managed to bring fish to The Seder Bros. are longtime
Catfish. The water temperature was the scales. Numbers were certainly veterans of the Montana Cats Circuit
nipping at 78 degrees and the outdoor out there to be had, but size proved to and have experienced plenty of
temperature hovered around triple be at a premium. No one put together continued on page 7

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For namentr
Golf Tou
Sunday, July 23
Teeing off
@ 10:00am
Call Sunnyside Golf Club
228-9519 to Sign-Up

Class of 1987
30 Year
Friday, July 21 - 7:00 PM
Meet and Greet Gathering
The Erickson House
100 Brazil Creek Road
Glasgow, MT
Saturday, July 22 - 11AM - 10PM
Boating and Family Picnic
West End Shelter House #1
Fort Peck, MT
Sunday, July 23rd - 9:00 AM
Glasgow High School Tour,
Class Picture and Grab-N-Go
Glasgow High School
Scottie Pride Road
Glasgow, MT

Soup: Chicken Noodle • Chili
Grilled Reuben
Combo Sub

Dine at the“O”

Please join us at one of the following meetings to learn more
about the future of Valley View home in Glasgow, Montana and
what we need to do to keep it a vibrant part of our community.
July 16, 4:00 PM • GLASGOW - Valley View Home
July 25, 1:00 PM • FRAZER - Frazer Schools
July 25, 7:00 PM • GLASGOW - Valley View Dining Room
August 1, 6:00 PM • SAINT MARIE - Town Hall
August 2-5 • NE MONTANA FAIR - Commercial Booth
August 6, 7:00 PM • LUSTRE - Lustre Christian High School
For more information visit VOTEYESVALLEYVIEW.ORG or call 228-3642

Rob and Rod Seder display one for the wall. Pool
Monster Cat Roundup continued from page 5 Wednesday & Thursday
success in the past. The duo boasts two top 3 finishes
in the Missouri River Catfish Clash in Williston while
Rod also has a Yellowstone Challenge championship in Enter to win a bottle of
Huntley under his belt. Wine every Wednesday!
Finishing less than one pound out of the winner’s

2017 F-150’s
circle, local anglers, James Decker, Sidney, MT., and Steve
Lowery, Fairview, MT., boated 10 cats on the day. Their 5
fish limit proved impressive at 22.47 lbs.
Rounding out the top 3 was 2-time champions, Brenner
Flaten, Glasgow, and Chad Dawson, Dickinson, ND. at
Receive up to $2,500 OFF or
21.42 lbs. The long-time teammates managed only seven 90 Day Deferred Financing at 0%
catfish during the tournament but considered themselves
fortunate at the end of the day.
“We had one fish, for one pound, with two hours
left,” Brenner remarked. “Our last spot paid off for six fish
and all five of our keepers. We kept fishing hard”.
Chris Peterson and Chad Bright, both of Sidney, grabbed
4th place with 20.38 lbs. Last season’s Montana Cats
Anglers of the Year, Randy Franco and Nick Fortier, both Financing available Quality at a Fair Price
through FMCC, OAC
of Billings, grabbed the 5th spot with the only other 20
lb. basket of the day. The powerful anglers, 20.35 lbs. was
aided greatly by Randy’s 10.0 lb. pig that they boated with
less than 15 minutes remaining. The monster cat proved
to be the largest of the day and worth a wall-hanging
plaque and the $200 cash prize.
As the dust settles after the third leg of the 2017 tour,
the B n’ M Poles Angler of the Year is once again up for
grabs. Six individuals sit in prime position to capture the NORTHEAST MONTANA’S FORD HEADQUARTERS
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Monster Cat Roundup continued from page 7
prestigious award at next month’s Missouri River Catfish
Clash, with plenty of other anglers waiting in the wings
and ready to take advantage. “The Clash” is scheduled for
Williston, ND. on Saturday August 19th. As of press time,
the event is half full. Take a minute and get entered today!
Putting a bow on the Monster Cat Roundup for
another year. The organization would like to thank Steve
and Ashley Harris for all of their hard work in making this
event such a huge success. We also want to give a shout
out to all of our key sponsors for this annual tournament.
Without our sponsors, the anglers wouldn’t have near the
experience we are able to give them. The Ranger Lounge
was once again a generous host on both Friday and
Saturday night. The staff at the Ranger makes the calcutta
and social a great atmosphere on Friday and they top it
all off with a tremendous fishermen feed following the
event on Saturday. The Montana Cats is grateful for your Veteran river rats Chad Dawson and Brenner Flaten (who
continued generosity. got their tournament careers started on the Milk River)
1. Rod Seder, Billings, Rob Seder, Billings 23.06 lbs. claimed the 3rd place finish at the Monster Cat Roundup.
2. James Decker, Sidney, Steve Lowrey, Fairview 22.47 lbs.
3. Brenner Flaten, Glasgow, Chad Dawson, Dickinson 21.42 lbs.
4. Chris Peterson, Savage, Chad Bright, Sidney 20.38 lbs.
5. Randy Franco, Billings, Nick Fortier, Billings 20.35 lbs.
6. Justin Jones, Sidney, Lily Jones, Sidney 19.80 lbs.
7. Pete Windsor, Sidney,Chance Windsor, Sidney 19.47 lbs.
8. Brady Flaten, Glasgow, Nate Molstad, Havre 18.54 lbs.
9. Lori Nelson, Sidney, Heidi Berglund, Sidney 17.68 lbs.
10. Derek Carda, Sidney,Adam Smith, Sidney 17.48 lbs.
11. Casey Peterson, Sidney, Tobin Bell, Sidney 16.66 lbs.
12. Justin King, Sidney, Jer Hopstad, Billings 16.51 lbs.
13. Josh Marottek, Medicine Lake, Charles Marottek, Poplar 16.13 lbs.
14. Sam Syth, Sidney, Fran Syth, Sidney 15.86 lbs.
15. Zac Bushman, Billings,Matt Bushman, Billings 15.60 lbs.
16. Zach McPherson, Savage, Jalyssa Gorder, Sidney 14.03 lbs.
17. Todd Dooley, Sidney, Jordan Dooley, Sidney 13.51 lbs.
18. Steve Harris Sr., Sidney, Chad Nelson, Sidney 13.49 lbs.
19. Blake Gauer, Park City, Lindsey Gauer, Park City 13.32 lbs.
20. CJ Truesdale, Miles City, Jim Truesdale, Miles City 12.95 lbs.
32. Ben Unterseher, Glasgow, Jeff Unterseher, Glendive 9.96 lbs.
35. Cole Plouffe, Glendive, Austin Ekland, Glendive 6.89 lbs. Watch your mail for our
Back-to-School Flyers
52-60. Jacob Aune, Glasgow, Erin Aune, Glasgow 0 lbs

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Everything from
Fabric Paint to Yarn
want to invite all of our friends and family to Frames • Poster Board If you don’t see what you need,
help us celebrate our Wedding/Reception. Colored Poster Board ask us and we will see if we
to display your pictures can get it for you!
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