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An All-Around Cowboy at work
Marge Forum recently stopped by BS Central get kids interested in the sport of rodeo and
to get a couple of photos reproduced. Turns out recruit future PRCA cowboys and cowgirls.
she’s a proud Grandmother of the TRC 2017 Events include Barrel Racing, Flag Racing,
All-Around Cowboy! Grandpa Norris is quite Pole Bending, Goat Tying, Breakaway, and
proud as well. Kasey Forum, pictured running Team Roping. The season includes 10 rodeos at
the barrels, is the son of Erick and Joan Forum. Miller’s Horse Palace in Laurel, and the points
Erick is a 1984 Glasgow High School graduate; are tallied at the end of the season. Kasey, now
his family now lives in Billings. TRC stands for 13, placed third overall this year. Their awards
“Tomorrow’s Rodeo Champions” in an effort to banquet was held on October 28th.
In Loving Memory Block of Bucks on its way
The Glasgow Soroptomists announce the annual
Block of Bucks collection day on Friday, December 7th.
Pokey Dooper The annual program provides clothing for Valley
County children from infant to 17 years of age. Parents
12/13/1960 - 11/5/2017
may sign up at the Office of Public Assistance, located
Gone too soon and at 630 2nd Avenue South, Suite C. It is in the same
forever missed. building as the Social Security office.
Hope you and Daddy are Sign up begins Monday, November 12, and continues
having fun trying to out
through Monday, November 26 at 5:00 p.m. Parents
cribbage one another.
must sign up in person. Calls will not be accepted. No
Love Your Family applications will be accepted after Monday, November
and best friend 26 by 5:00 p.m. Applications MUST be picked up at the
Fred Wagner, Gt. Falls Office of Public Assistance and returned to that office.
There will be no other location where forms may be
low temps in picked up or turned in.
single digits Donations are needed to fund the clothes shopping
coming
event and are deeply appreciated. They may be mailed
prior to collection day to: Soroptomists of Glasgow,
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 10. Wind chill Box 961, Glasgow, MT 59230.
values between zero and 5. North northwest wind 6 to 10 Volunteers are also needed to help families shop
mph.
on Saturday, December 8th. Please call Denise Forbes
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 26. Northwest
wind 5 to 8 mph.
Kegel at 406-230-2489 if you are willing to help, or if
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 12.
you have any questions.
West wind around 6 mph.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 26. West wind World Series winners
6 to 14 mph becoming north in the afternoon. Winds could The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce &
gust as high as 25 mph. Agriculture, Inc. announces the winners of the World
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 5. North Series books.
wind 5 to 11 mph becoming southeast after midnight. • Game 1: Book #77 Lenny Knaff, Brianne Morgan, Dan
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 31. South wind 9 Bilbruck, Cheryl Jansa
to 11 mph. • Game 2: Book #41 Kristi Severeid, Karl Krause, Nancy
Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of snow after 11pm. Vaira, Arlie McMichael
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 20. South wind around 8 • Game 3: Book #33 JR Sipe, Cody Dix, Sherri Legare,
mph becoming west in the evening. Katrina Gootick
Saturday: A 20 percent chance of snow before 11am. • Game 4: Book #85 Jeff Knodel, Henry Flatow, Eric Phillips,
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 36. Northwest wind 13 to Erin Aune
18 mph, with gusts as high as 29 mph. • Game 5: Book #27 Krista Zabrocki, Shar Clark, Jerry Burt,
Mike Kilgore
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 17.
• Game 6: Book #72 Jake Strommen, Mitch Hughes, Roger
West northwest wind 7 to 13 mph.
Roness, Dan Bilbruck
Veterans Day: A 20 percent chance of snow. Partly sunny, • Game 7: Book #8 Josh Sillerud, Rob Brunelle, Milt Hallock,
with a high near 34. Northwest wind 7 to 9 mph. Betty Truscott
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 14. Thank you to each of our sponsors and participants of
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 31. the World Series books. The Chamber appreciates ALL of

Reel Life Wisdom your support. Each year the Chamber hosts high school
boys and girls tournaments. Your contribution from the
“People are always talking about freedom: sales of this promotion allows us to continue to successfully
freedom to live a certain way, without being bid all tournaments feasible for Glasgow to host. Checks
kicked around. Of course the more you live a can be picked up at 313 Klein Avenue in the Plains Plaza
certain way, the less it feels like freedom.” ~ and those not picked up will be mailed starting November
Richard Gere in “I’m Not There” (2007) 10th — provided you included an address.
BUZZIFIEDS
MSU Bobcat Club
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Military Appreciation FOR SALE: 1949 Farmall M, good tires, has hydraulics. $2,500; 1989
Ford Ranger, 2 WD 4 cylinder, 5 speed, regular cab, 87,000 miles. $3,500;
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Saturday, November 10 BUZZ
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Sponsored by MSU Bobcat Club, JOB POSITION OPENING: Valley County Road Department has 2
First Community Bank and the Cottonwood Inn positions open. The first job Bridge Crew/Operator. The second is
Supaman here tonight Blade Operator/Truck Driver, satellite based out of Hinsdale. PICK UP
APPLICATIONS FROM VALLEY COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT OR
The second performance in the 2018-2019 CALL TODD YOUNG (406) 263-1477
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Oct. 31 - Nov. 6, 2018 BUZZ
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petite sirLoin steaks ............$3.99 lb. campus for a few Class C
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Family pack Boneless Beef
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tri-tip roast or steaks ......$4.99 lb.
in decades gone by, thus the A guy sees a beautiful
Family pack Boneless pork SOupS: Tomato • Chili
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ChiCken Breasts .................$1.69 lb. volleyball tournament, I took Grilled Bacon & the bar, so he decides to
Bar s 1 lb. select Varieties a quick glance at the handy Cheese on Sourdough make his move.
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CWD check stations in operation across the Hi-line
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has check stations fwp.mt.gov/cwd. Weekend check stations for collecting
in place across the Hi-Line to sample for Chronic CWD samples are located in:
Wasting Disease (CWD) in deer, elk and moose during • Havre- East of town at the old rest area, at the usual
the general hunting season. This is part of a planned check station location.
surveillance effort, and FWP encourages hunters to help • Malta-Lot behind Ezzie’s West Side Conoco gas station.
by submitting their harvested animals for testing. • Glasgow- Zerbe’s Bros. Implement on the east end of
Last year, FWP discovered CWD in deer south of Billings Glasgow.
and north of Chester. This contagious neurological • Chester- Lions park rest area off Hwy 2 east of Chester.
disease can infect deer, elk and moose. It is always fatal • Shelby- Two miles south of Bronken Rd. exit at truck
and there is no known cure. weigh school on I-15 south
Last week, a white-tailed buck harvested in southern Samples may also be submitted at the FWP offices in
Liberty County was found to be suspect for chronic Havre (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) and Glasgow and Great Falls (8
wasting disease. In addition, a mule deer doe harvested a.m.-5 p.m.) Monday-Friday.
within the CWD-positive area in Carbon County was All hunters must stop at all check stations, but
found to be suspect for CWD. The lab at Colorado State submission of CWD samples is voluntary. In addition,
University is running a confirmation test, with results deer harvested in HD 640 may also be sampled for
expected this week. It is very rare that a suspect sample bovine tuberculosis as part of a separate study. Check
isn’t ultimately found positive. station locations are subject to change depending upon
The suspect deer in Liberty County was harvested in sampling priority, and locations will be updated weekly
hunting district 400, but outside both the current CWD- on the Region 6 Facebook page.
positive area and the 2018 priority surveillance area, If hunters would like to submit a sample for CWD
which includes the northern half of Liberty County. As testing that was harvested outside of the priority
a result, the CWD-positive area has been expanded to surveillance area, they may do so on their own.
include all of Liberty County and FWP is now including Instructions are available on the website at fwp.mt.gov/
all of HD 400 in the 2018 CWD surveillance effort. cwd, and there is a fee of $18 to Colorado State University
The suspect deer in HD 575 was harvested northeast for the test in addition to shipping costs.
of Joliet in a current CWD-positive area, which Please help FWP with CWD surveillance this fall by
encompasses Carbon County, east of U.S. Highway 212 providing samples of your harvest(s) in the surveillance
and the Roberts-Cooney Road. area. Thanks in advance to participating hunters,
Transportation restriction zones are in place in all landowners, communities, wildlife watchers and other
CWD-positive areas. Please see current regulations for agencies for their partnership in this effort. If there
more information. are any questions, please contact the Region 6 FWP
As of press time, no CWD-positive animals have headquarters at 406-228-3700.
been detected in Region 6.
Currently, FWP is conducting surveillance during
the general fall hunting season in high-priority areas in
parts of northern Montana, including Hunting Districts
BS
(HD) 400, 401, and 403 in Region 4, and 640, 670, 630, CENTRAL
620, 611, and 600 in Region 6. Home of the BS Buzz
At the check stations, FWP personnel will remove
retropharyngeal lymph nodes, a tooth, and a genetic
sample from voluntarily submitted animals, and ask for
hunter information and harvest location. If a hunter is Full Color Printing
willing to contribute samples but first wants to take the Envelopes • Brochures • Business Cards
Advertising in the BS Buzz
head to a taxidermist, FWP personnel will take some
information at the check station and follow up with the
taxidermist later for the lymph nodes. Hunters will be Passport Pictures
given a unique identification number for the sample and
will be able to view the test results within three weeks at bscentral@nemont.net • 515 2nd Ave. S • (406) 228-4558
Feeling overwhelmed?
Moving to Prairie Ridge,
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Let us help.

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Letter to the Buzz
SUNSHINE LAW OR NO?
…opinions, facts, perceptions
I speak as an individual and share some thoughts
and opinions of others. Having sought legal advice
and guidance from 3 different lawyers, I now seek the
advice of a 4th. A wise friend has pursued another
legal mind for guidance.
I was advised on the proper use of legal documents
and how to comply with the Sunshine Law in the
process. Reviewing the actions of others, I now realize
that Sunshine was not the issue, the real item was
exposure and finances. As said many times: “Follow
the Money.”
Some outfits have to operate in a very open and
accountable fashion…which is good, while others are
not held to such oversight legally. So, one has all their
records and books open to all, while another entity
DOES NOT. One group goes by “Sunshine Law” while
another isn’t required and does not do so. What’s the
concern? What decisions are made without the full
knowledge of others?
The opinion of many is that some folks have no
complete financial oversight and do as they please. This But wait, there’s more!
leaves the door open for possible unethical business Kasey Forum not only won the 2017 TRC All-
practices or errors as a result of some non-disclosure. Around Cowboy saddle, he also won buckles for
When dealing with others money isn’t practicing season-best goat tying and and barrel racing,
“Sunshine” the best policy? All decisions involving along with numerous other prizes!
major expenditures should be known to all, don’t ya
know? That’s the opinion of many and the focus on
trying to see all the records and books. Accountability!
“Follow the Money,” that’s the righteous effort for
the good of all. Most of the previous said is opinion,
but with truth and concern for the many.
The Truth, some can’t handle The Truth!
~ Nick Chiechi
~comments, corrections, opinions welcomed~