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515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230
406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578

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Cash flowing in for the kids
It was a brutally cold Friday for the volunteers who
collected money for the Glasgow Soroptimists’
annual Block of Bucks, but it certainly brought out
the best in the hearts of community residents who
donated to this cause as a record amount of $37,631
was raised for Saturday morning’s clothing shopping
spree for 293 Valley County children ($128.43 per
child). Pretty awesome! Pictured counting cash &
checks are Karen Waarvik and Louise Lemieux.
Death Notice: Melvin Dyrland, Sr. BUZZIFIEDS
Melvin J. Dyrland Sr., age 83, of Opheim passed away
in his home on December 5, 2018. Cremation has BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2013 Ford Focus SE Sedan 4-door, 43,675 miles, great
taken place. A memorial service is being planned for condition. Asking price $7,500 OBO. 406-263-8506.
next spring. Bell Mortuary is assisting the family with BUZZ
arrangements. HELP WANTED: Part-time Flower Shop Worker. Must have good
customer service skills, clear writing and phone skills. Must be available to
Winter concert tonight at GHS work holidays. Contact Flower Shop for full job description & application.
The Glasgow Middle School Music Department will
have their Winter Concert tonight (December 10th) at
7:00 in the GHS auditorium. The groups featured will
be the 6th grade choir and band and the 7th/8th grade
choir and band.
ATTN: Veterans’ Benefits
Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, Service Officers for
Montana Veteran Affairs Division will be at the Glasgow
VA Clinic Wednesday December 12th from 1 – 4 p.m. to
meet with veterans. If you would like to apply for benefits, Year-End Financial Opportunities
please bring a copy of your DD214 papers with you. The end of the year is often a time to make financial
choices for the upcoming year and your last opportunity
A bit of relief to take advantage of financial options before the deadline
from the deep passes.
This session will examine important deadlines that
freeze consumers should be aware of so that they don’t miss
Tonight: Patchy fog between 11pm and 1am. Otherwise, out on any possible benefits. This session will be taught
mostly cloudy, with a low around 19. West wind around 6 by Montana State University’s Joel Schumacher.
mph. Please come to the Community Room of the Valley
Tuesday: Patchy fog between 8am and 11am. Otherwise,
County Courthouse at 12:05 on Wednesday, December
mostly sunny, with a high near 30. West wind 5 to 7 mph
becoming south in the afternoon. 12th for another informational session in the 2018-2019
Tuesday Night: A 20 percent chance of snow after 11pm. Solid Finances series.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 22. South wind around
9 mph. SOUPS: Potato• Chili
Wednesday: A 20% chance of rain and snow. Partly
sunny, with a high near 39. Breezy, with a southwest wind Hamburger Deluxe
10 to 15 mph becoming west northwest 18 to 23 mph Pork Chop John
in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 33 mph.
December 5 - 11, 2018
Boneless Beef
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 21. CHUCK ROAST........................$3.49 lb.
West northwest wind 9 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as
Dine at the “O”
24 mph. SIRLOIN CHOPS .....................$2.99 lb.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 36. West All Natural Chicken
southwest wind 10 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 24 DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS..........$.89 lb.
mph. Shoulder Blade
PORK STEAKS ........................$1.99 lb.
Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 22. Boneless Beef
West southwest wind around 10 mph. TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS ...............$4.49 lb. SCHOOL MENU
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 40. South wind 8 Bone-In Beef
T-BONE STEAKS ......................$5.99 lb. TUESDAY
to 10 mph.
Boneless Pork Shoulder Breakfast
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 25. Hot or Cold Cereal • PB&J Sandwich
BOSTON BUTT ROAST .............$1.69 lb.
Southwest wind around 10 mph. 40 Knots 1 lb. 51-60 ct. Banana • Milk
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 36. West wind 10 RAW SHRIMP ........................$5.99 ea. Lunch
to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Oscar Mayer 3.2 - 4.4 oz. Select Varieties
LUNCHABLES ..........................$.99 ea. BBQ Rip Sandwich • Sweet Potato
Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 14. Fries • Fruit Cup • Choc. Pudding
Food Club 16 oz. Brick Select Varieties
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 31. CHEESE ................................$2.99 ea. Cake • Choice of Fruit • Milk
POSITION, W/FULL BENEFITS, $12.17-12.58/HR. To apply go to: www. days may vary. Duties include operating a commercial dishwasher and and click on employment tab. Open until filled. CALL also doing some manual dish washing. Will also be cleaning floors and
BRETT HUNTSMAN AT 228-2485 FOR MORE INFORMATION. (Equal equipment. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Benefits include vacation/sick
Opportunity Employer) leave, dental/visual reimbursement, group health insurance, retirement,
MILK RIVER, INC. has staff openings in various locations/facilities for BUZZ
varying shifts. Training will be provided on site. To apply to be a direct POSITION OPENING: Secretary/Treasurer position open at the
support professional working with the people we offer supports to, Valley County Grazing Districts/Wittmayer & Silver Dollar Grazing
PLEASE APPLY AT 219 2ND AVE SOUTH, GLASGOW, MT OR AT JOB Associations. For more information, contact the GRAZING OFFICE AT
SERVICE. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 406-228-8412 118 5TH ST. S., GLASGOW, MT 59230 OR CALL 228-2961. Position
BUZZ open until filled.
VALLEY VIEW HOME is now accepting applicants for the position BUZZ
of Activities Director. The Activity Director assumes administrative VALLEY VIEW HOME is now offering Certified Nursing Assistant training
authority, responsibility and accountability for the provision of a program and testing for a low price of $800.00. This includes the testing price and
of therapeutic activities designed to meet the interests and enhance the study material required. Valley View will offer the same training to anyone
functional abilities and self-esteem of each resident. Manages up to 3 who seek long term employment with Valley View for free. This training
employees to provide activities according to the facility philosophy and program will educate you in how to provide care to our older generation.
consistent with state and federal laws and regulations. In collaboration Our upcoming class is January 7-11 followed by January 14-18. PLEASE
with the Nursing Home Administrator, allocates resources in an efficient VISIT VALLEY VIEW HOME’S ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT IN
and economic manner to ensure each resident achieves the highest ORDER TO SIGNUP. THERE ARE ONLY 8 SEATS LEFT!
practicable physical, mental and psycho social well being. High School BUZZ
Diploma or equivalent. Licensed or registered (if applicable) by Montana FULL TIME COOK. The Cook prepares palatable, nutritionally sound
and eligible for certification as an Activities professional by a recognized meals for our residents at Valley View. Our cooks are responsible in
accrediting body; Or, Two years experience in a social or recreational ensuring our Dietary Aides provide service promptly with delegated
program within the past 5 years, with 1 year full-time employment in a authority from the Department Head. We want you to build your career
patient Activities program in a health care setting. We offer competitive and grow with us! PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION FROM THE
BUZZ VALLEY VIEW HOME is now taking applicants for a permanent House
FMDH POSITION OPENING: Full-time Pharmacy Sales Associate Keeping position. The Housekeeping Aide provides cleaning services
(Retail). Highschool diploma or GED. Previous experience in health to provide a safe, sanitary, comfortable and homelike environment for
care setting or customer service position (preferred). Sales Associate residents, staff and the public. In addition, this position offers cross
will answer telephones, answer patient’s questions and responding to training into the role as Laundry Aid. We are offering competitive wage
requests. Operate POS system to accept payment from customers, for 32-40 hours a week. APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN OUR
reconciliation of the tills, preparing daily deposit, posting charges, ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT.
and payments on patient accounts. Maintain storage and security for BUZZ
medications including shelves and storage areas as needed. Scanning FULL TIME DIETARY AIDE. The Food Service Aide prepares and serves
and filing of filled prescriptions. Assist in ordering and receiving of palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to meet the daily nutritional
inventory and supplies, checking orders for accuracy and check Rx and and special dietary needs of each resident. This position provides a very
OTC inventory for outdate. Assist in preparation of returns, price, stock, meaningful role within Valley View Home and you will feel gratitude daily
and mark items for sale. Delivery of medication or OTC to patients, nursing for your work. PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION FROM THE
homes, or assisted living facilities. ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT AT VALLEY VIEW HOME.
FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. PLEASE BUZZ
CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3662 FOR MORE HELP WANTED: Mechanic. Pay DOE. Pick up application at
FMDH POSITION OPENING: Glasgow Primary Care Clinic Customer BUZZ
Service Representative. High School Diploma or GED. Previous FOR RENT: 3 bed 1 bath 1 car attached garage for rent in Saint Marie, MT.
clerical, medical terminology and computer experience preferred. $475/month plus utilities. Pets considered. CALL HELLAND AGENCY
Qualified applicant will be responsible for patient check in, scheduling INC. 228-2114
appointments and data entry of all patient information. Other duties BUZZ
will include answering telephones, directing to appropriate personnel FOR RENT IN GLASGOW: 2 bedroom, 2 bath house. Has washer &
and assisting in other clerical duties as assigned. FMDH is an Equal dryer. $650/mo. CALL HELLAND AGENCY INC. 228-2114
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE HR BUZZ
DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3662 FOR MORE INFORMATION FOR RENT Furnished, 2 bedroom apt. $485/mo. Includes utilities. No
BUZZ pets, no smokers. Singles preferred. INQUIRE AT NEW DIRECTIONS
Wood Team! Immediate opening for morning and early afternoon & fill in BUZZ
shifts in the dining room. Submit an application online or pick one up at APT. FOR RENT. 925 sf, 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bth townhome apt. City of Glasgow.
the front desk at the Cottonwood TODAY! FOR MORE INFORMATION Cozy. Good neighbors. Sm pets OK. Laundry room in unit, A/C. $595/
PLEASE CONTACT STEPHANIE AT 228-8213, EXT. 311. month. 360-750-6746
Move in ready office/salon for sale located
n’t across from the courthouse and one block
away from the post office! The building has
recently been updated and boasts 450
+ square feet! In 2013, the interior was
remodeled with new electric, plumbing and
m refinished maple wood flooring; the roof
ts was updated in 2015! This is an ideal
business location with low operating Custom Carpentry •Roofing Repairs •Windows •Doors •Kitchens •Baths
expenses. 20-1032
Contact Helland Agency 228-2114 Priced at $29,000 Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025
an visit Email: • Licensed & insured • Free Estimates





Board of Valley County
County Commissioners
Agenda for Discussion
and Decision
Wednesday, December
12th, 10:30 a.m.
1. Additions/Deletions
2. Public Comment
3. Employment /
Termination Notices
4. Review Requests for
Proposals (RFP’s) from
Great West, Interstate
Engineering, and
Territorial Landworks
5. Montana Phone update
main controller unit for
approximately $1,900,
work to be done in
6. Luke Morehouse
(Pronghorn Properties)
Amended Plat
7. Discuss Marijuana
8. Discuss Capital Asset
St. Marie Water/Sewer District Update

or Citizen Center
Dollar Days TUESDAY Sen
Final Week Baked Potato
All Scarves=$5
All Bras=$5
Call for reservation by 10 AM
3 Clothes Racks=$5
Sizes S - 3XL
Silver Forest Earrings=$5
Select Jewelry=$1
Undies & Socks=$1
All Pantyhose=FREE
Mon-Fri • 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Nine more deer found suspect
for CWD, six on the Hi-Line
Test results from CWD surveillance samples taken
Open Sun., Dec. 16th & Sun., Dec. 23rd
during the last week of Montana’s general hunting season
from Noon to 3 PM
showed nine more deer to be suspect of chronic wasting
disease. Open from 8:30-6:00
Along the Hi-Line, three mule deer from CWD- Friday December 21st
positive areas in Blaine County and two mule deer bucks for the Santa Cash Pack drawing
from the CWD-positive area in Valley County all returned
as suspect for the disease. A mule deer buck from Phillips
Lots of Gifts and Stocking Stuffers
County, outside a CWD positive area, was also discovered for the Whole Family
to be suspect for the disease.
South of Billings in Carbon County, two mule deer — Our Santa Cash Pack Day
a buck and a doe — and a white-tailed buck from CWD- Monday, December 17th
positive areas showed suspect for the disease. Come in December 17th-21st wearing your “unusual”
This brings the total suspect of positive animals Christmas attire. Take your picture in the store and
found in this year’s surveillance efforts to 22 deer — five we will put your name in to win a gift basket to be drawn for
on Friday, December 21st
from the CWD positive area south of Billings and 17
from along the Hi-Line. We have a great selection of fragrance for both men and
women as well as a fine fashion jewelry and Christmas jewelry
In the coming weeks, FWP officials will look back 2 photo kiosks for your Christmas cards,
at this year’s surveillance effort along the northern part collages, photos, and calendars
of the state and determine the next steps forward in Large selection of Christmas gift bags of all sizes on sale
addressing CWD, including any management actions. as well as gift wrap, gift tags and tape.
CWD surveillance efforts will continue next year to Still need a tree or evergreen garland,
we have both lit and unlit in different styles
include portions of the southeast corner of the state.
For more information on CWD in Montana, go online
to 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with 2620 sq. ft.
Hunters should properly dispose of carcasses. Once boasts original hardwood floors, built-ins,
ceiling beams, and brick fireplace. Large
an animal with CWD dies, any part of the carcass can open dining room and living room, large front
transmit the disease for at least two years. Safely disposing porch and back yard patio. The lower level
has a sleeping room, updated bath, and large
of all animal parts in solid waste landfills will help prevent family room. As a bonus, there are 2 detached
single car garages with a 2 bedroom 1 bath
the transmission of CWD. apartment to rent or use as a studio! All
As of August 1st, 2018, CWD in free-ranging deer, located on a corner 15,600+/- sq. ft. lot!

elk and/or moose has been reported in at least 23 states ASKING $199,000 #309
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
in the continental United States, as well as two provinces (406) 228-2525 -
in Canada.
Let Santa’s helpers put together those “Some Assembly
Required” items and save you some holiday stress!
Most items under $20.00
until Christmas Day and after too!
421 1st Ave. S (across from Train Station)
(406) 228-5000

Q. What’s the difference between ignorance and
FWP requests survey input apathy?
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is reaching out to A. I don’t know and I don’t care.
the public for information critical for an update to the
Upper Missouri River Reservoir Fisheries Management
A public survey released this week asks anglers a for a Holiday Open House
wide variety of questions about their uses and preferences
for the reservoir system and the adjacent stretches of Come celebrate the holidays with us.
Missouri River. The survey will be accompanied by a December 14th from 54172 US Hwy 2
series of public meetings and open houses. 10AM to 3PM Glasgow, MT 59230

The Upper Missouri River Reservoir Fisheries
Management Plan guides FWP’s management of
Canyon Ferry, Hauser and Holter Reservoirs, the
Bryan A Krumwiede, AAMS®
Missouri River from Toston to Canyon Ferry and the Financial Advisor Member SIPC

river below Hauser dam. This will be the third revision 641 1st Avenue North
Glasgow, MT 59230

of the plan. The previous two iterations were in place for 406-228-2443

10 years each. The current plan is in place through 2019.
Take the survey now! Go to: Meanwhile in a parallel universe: “Oh for God’s sake! Where are all these extra single socks coming from?!”
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.
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There’s been a lot of conversation about President $50 each
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Dr. Bennett`s response was brilliant when he here in Montana conserving wetland habitat!
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