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“No Bull”

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

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Tues 4,
day, June

Schmidt back on
top of Rock Creek
Glasgow’s Ken
Schmidt and Mark
Jones of Billings had
two consistent and great
days of fishing to win
the annual Rock Creek
Walleye Tournament this
past Saturday and Sunday,
edging out Glasgow
anglers Kris Keller and
Whit Rush who were in
second place on Day 1
(see a shocking page 5 to
see who was tops of the
leader board).
Sitting in 3rd and Mark Jones of Billings (left) and Glasgow’s Ken Schmidt with their first place
trailing Keller/Rush by plaques and a check for $4,000. This is Ken’s third time as a Rock Creek winner.
a single pound (32.14 -
31.14), Schmidt and Jones there were only five, so produced walleyes in the Keller and Rush
would tack on the exact apparently the word was 24 1/2 to 28 inch range. caught 25.48 pounds on
weight that Keller and out. “It was go time, but then it Sunday for a two-day
Rush popped on Saturday But it didn’t matter petered out.” total of 57.62 pounds and
for a total of 63.28 pounds. as nobody was sitting on So they went on the second place.
While they were one their way point so they hunt for another big one Taking 3rd were Kyle
of the last boats out on pulled in, put it on auto- and while they caught Vine, Vida, and Colby
Sunday at around quarter lock and started pitching several more walleye, Tognetti, Lewistown, with
after seven, they returned jigs. they weren’t able to 47.30 pounds; 4th, Matt
to one of their hot spots “We had our 32 upgrade their score card. Cowen and Blake Cowen
only to discover there were pounds by eight o’clock,” Frustrating as it may have of Billings, 45.36; 5th, Doc
about 15 boats stacked Schmidt said of a hot been, turns out, that didn’t Holmes, Lewistown, and
in there; on Saturday morning bite that matter either. Mary Oyle, Williston, 44.2.
Milk River Catfish Days a hit
GLASGOW REDS The Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and

Fundraiser Agriculture and sponsors hosted the Milk River Catfish

Days Catfish Crawl and The Cornhole Tournament on
Hosted by Busted Knuckle Saturday, June 1, 2019. 1 Mile Run/Walk (11 Entries)
Thursday, June 6th • 5pm-8pm 5K Run/Walk (30 Entries) Jacob Bishop – 14.20 (1st
• Jesse Franzen – 23.21 (1st Overall) - Male
Serving Pulled Pork and Nachos Laura Vigil – 18.20 (1st
Overall) – Male
All proceeds will go towards the purchase of a new bus for • Andy Fahlgren – 24.57 Overall) - Female
our growing Legion team. Please join us for a night out. (2nd) – Male Callen Gutow – 22.34 (2nd)
- Male
Might get that
• Ali Flaten – 27.29 (1st
Overall) – Female Emmerson Gutow – 22.35
(2nd) - Female
snort of rain
• Kerry Hoffman – 29.01
(2nd) – Female Julie Gutow – 24.6
Mary Kate Tihista – 29.02 Chasity Krauth -24.6
High pressure will bring partly cloudy to sunny skies Darla Hoffman – 29.63 Bristol Krauth – 24.62
Connie Overby – 41.22 Lance Monson – 25.39
today and tomorrow. Then as a cold front approaches
Ashley Markle – 47.50
scattered showers and thunderstorms will form each Cornhole (16 Entries)
Aurora Markle – 47.50
afternoon Thursday and Friday. By Saturday the cold Will Larsen & Kolt Reddies
Dayton Markle – 47.50
(1st Place-$250)
front will have moved through the area leading to cooler David Nixdorf – 48.16
Adam Johnson & Mason
conditions with a few post frontal rain showers likely. Bridgett Nixdorf – 48.16
Grau (2ndPlace-$150)
Peyton Pederson – 48.21
Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 54. West wind 5 to Arlie McMichael & Larry Ross
Michel Tessmer – 48.21
8 mph becoming light and variable. Simpson (3rd Place-$100
Walt Adams – 50.31
(Prizes for The Catfish Crawl
Wednesday: Sunny, with a high near 85. West wind 5 to 11 Alicia Doke – 50.32
are available at the Chamber
mph. Karla Johnson – 57.07
Office for Andy Fahlgren,
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 55. West Madyln House – 57.09
Kerry Hoffman, Emmerson
wind 5 to 9 mph becoming east after midnight. Marisa Brockmier – 58.05
Gutow, and Jacob Bishop.)
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 91. Southeast Nixie Gagne – 58.06
wind 6 to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. Paris French – 58.07 Ole & Lena lived by a
Mary Morehouse – 58.37 lake in Nordern Minnesota.
Thursday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers and Judy Waters – 58.38
thunderstorms, mainly before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a
It vas springtime, and da
Cindy Taylor – 59.25 lakes vas yust beginning to
low around 60. South wind 8 to 13 mph becoming northwest Dana Meiers – 59.26
after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 28 mph. thaw.
Ole asked Lena if she
Friday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms
vould valk across da frozen
after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 82. South wind 8 to
14 mph becoming northwest in the afternoon. Winds could
lake to da yeneral store to
gust as high as 23 mph. get him some smokes. She
asked him for some money,
Friday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms,
but he told her, ‘Nah, yust
then showers likely after midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low
around 49. Northwest wind around 11 mph, with gusts as May 29 - June 4, 2019 put it on our tab’.
high as 22 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. Boneless Beef FP So she valked across,
TOP SIRLOIN STEAK ...............$4.99 lb. got da smokes at da yeneral
Saturday: A 50 percent chance of showers. Mostly sunny, Bone-In Assorted FP
PORK CHOPS .........................$1.79 lb. store, den valked back
with a high near 66. Northwest wind around 15 mph, with
Beef home across da lake. Ven
gusts as high as 29 mph. TOP ROUND ROAST ................$3.99 lb. she got home and gave Ole
Saturday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers. Mostly 40 Knots 2 lb.
his smokes, she asked him,
COD FILLETS ....................... $12.99 ea.
cloudy, with a low around 44. West wind 9 to 14 mph, with All Natural Chicken ‘Ole, you alvays tell me not
gusts as high as 22 mph. DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS.......... 99¢ lb.
93% Lean 7% Fat
to run up da tab at da store.
Sunday: A 30 percent chance of showers. Mostly sunny, GROUND BEEF .......................$2.99 lb. Why didn’t you yust give me
with a high near 67. West wind 11 to 17 mph, with gusts as Hillshire Farm 12-14 oz. Select Varieties some money?’
high as 31 mph. LOOP SAUSAGE......................... 2 / $5
Ole replied, ‘Vell, I
Bar S 16 oz. Bun Length or Jumbo
Sunday Night: A slight chance of showers. Partly cloudy, BEEF FRANKS........................$2.99 ea. didn’t vant to send you out
with a low around 44. Land O’ Frost 10 - 16 oz. Select Varieties dere vit any money, ven I
PREMIUM LUNCH MEAT .........$3.99 ea.
Monday: A slight chance of showers. Sunny, with a high John Soules 12 - 16 oz. Select Varieties vasn’t sure how tick the ice
near 73. MEATS..................................$5.99 ea. vas.’
Dynasty Chinese Restaurant
Dear friends,
Thank you friends in Glasgow for supporting the
Dynasty family and our business! Unfortunately we are
leaving this wonderful town very shortly, but my nephew
will be taking over the restaurant and will be continuing
the business! Hope you guys can support him like you Vacation
supported us! Bible School
Thanks again. It’s been a pleasure working in Glasgow! June 17 - 21
5:30 - 8:00 PM
BUZZIFIEDS For Grades K - 5th
Sack Lunch a 5pm
BUZZ Calvary Baptist Church
HELP WANTED Subway has an opening for part time night and weekend 5 5th Ave N • Glasgow
work. $10/hr/ Must be at least 16 years of age. PLEASE APPLY IN 406-228-8370
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for our residents at Valley View. Our cooks are responsible in ensuring our
Dietary Aides provide service promptly with delegated authority from the
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Corbin See
Corbin Francis See died May
29, 2019 at FMDH Hospital.
Corbin was born to Missouri
Benjamin and Emma (Gaetzke)
See on July 8, 1925 in Hinsdale,
Montana. He attended school in
Hinsdale and went into the Navy in 1943, serving in the
South Pacific until his discharge in 1946.
Corbin married Alice Joyce Nelson October 14, 1951 Chimney swift in flight, courtesy via FWP website
and they had seven sons. Corbin farmed and ranched in
the Hinsdale area and also owned and operated a motel. Free event invites public to learn
In 2004 Corbin retired and resided in Glasgow since.
He is survived by his wife Joyce; six sons; fourteen
about and monitor chimney swifts
by Marc Kloker, FWP
grandchildren; and 24 great – grandchildren. Come join us for “A Swift Night” – chimney swifts,
He is preceded in death by his parents; sister, Marion that is – on Thursday, June 6 at the FWP Region 6
Romain; infant son, Tony Dean; and two grandchildren. headquarters in Glasgow.
More on the Rock Creek Tourney During this event, hosted by Montana Fish,
17 of the 85 teams were out of Glasgow, Fort Peck, Wildlife and Parks and Montana Audubon, participants
Nashua and Saco. With the exception of the 1st & 2nd will learn about chimney swifts and how they can help
place teams mentioned on the front page, the only other to monitor local populations.
anglers with local ties to crack the top ten was BJ Kemp Chimney swifts are fascinating birds that can
and former Glasgow resident Trent Young, now of be found in your backyard or, more accurately, a
Columbia Falls, with 42.36 pounds for 10th place. nearby chimney! However, little is known about their
Brian Olson of Nashua teamed up with Dan Majeske distribution in the state. We are looking for eager
for 11th on 41.72 pounds (they were in 5th place on volunteers that want to learn about chimney swifts and
Saturday with 26.5 pounds). Glasgow anglers Matt Poole help locate them.
and Ricci Olson were right on their heels in 12th with There will be a presentation from 7:30-8:15 p.m.
41.06 pounds (in 4th place Saturday with 29.10 pounds). or so in the Quonset meeting room at the R6 FWP
And now for the sad story: Jason Eggebrecht of headquarters building, followed by an evening challenge
Fort Peck and his Billings partner, Drew Alper, had an to locate and identify local swifts by sight and sound.
awesome 40.12 pounds for an eight pound lead heading The event will be led by Amy Seaman of Montana
into Sunday but would get a big fat ZERO and drop to Audubon and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region
13th place. Just five pounds and they would have been in 6 biologist Heather Harris.
5th. Youch! Please RSVP to Amy Seaman at aseaman@
In a “zero to hero” story, also cracking the top 20 or Heather Harris at
were Talyor Mindt, Glasgow, and Sean Williams, Havre, All ages are welcome, but youth under 12 must be
who goose-egged on Saturday but found the ’eyes on accompanied by an adult. Ice cream and water will be
Sunday to reel in 31.04 pounds, fourth largest weight of provided.

ior Citizen Center

the tournament and a 17th place finish.
14 teams didn’t card a walleye and there were a total
S en ior Citizen Center
of 59 zeros in the combined two days. S en
Next up on the Fort Peck Circuit is the 32nd Annual WEDNESDAY
Montana Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament July 11,
12 & 13, which had a full 200 team roster in less than Pork Roast
a week after entries were being accepted. There are Call for reservation by 10 AM
currently 42 teams on the alternate list. 228-9500
VCCF passes the $224,000 Time for my licensing and rabies vaccine?
Glasgow Police Department and
mark with this year’s grants Valley Veterinary Clinic’s Annual Program
by Cindy Markle Saturday,
Friday, June 8 •June
5:30 -8th
7 p.m.
The dollar figures $224,412 and $33,389 don’t have 10 a.m.
Saturday, June- 12
9 • noon
9 - 10 a.m.
much in common but to the Valley County Community South Side Fire Hall
Foundation, they are very significant. The $33,389 granted $5 for neutered or spayed
this year is the largest annual amount given since the first $20 for non-spayed
grants in 2000. That figure brought the total amount of or neutered
grants given to $224,412.
“These grants mean a lot to efforts in Valley County,”
said Doris Leader who chairs the board of directors. “Many INVESTMENT PROPERTY
projects are completed, enhanced, or totally funded with 1 & 2 Bedroom
VCCF dollars.” Duplex
VCCF awards grants to projects or programs that
are for charitable purposes and serve the people of Valley
County. This year’s six grants are typical of the 141 grants
given over the years. They are:
• $10,000 to the City of Glasgow to pay for a site survey and Call 230-0711
the base map for the new swimming pool; or 230-0738
• $5,400 to the Opheim School to renovate two existing
classrooms into one physical fitness training room; GLASGOW’S

A Night to
• $1,182 to the Opheim School to purchase two amplifiers,
two microphones, and two instrument cables for the
sound system at the music department;

• $2,500 to the Glasgow High School Cross Country Team
to buy an electronic timing system used at meets;
• $3,000 to Two Rivers Economic Growth to purchase and
place directional signs to the Smith Bike Park just off
Highway 2 East in Glasgow; A D U LT P R O M
• $11,307 to Glasgow Reds Baseball to replace the breaker F R I DAY, J U N E 7 @ 8 : 3 0 P M
boxes on the lights in Legion Field. G L A S G O W E L K S LO D G E
The impact of each grant is unique and frequently, Free Entry: Donations Encouraged | Must Have ID at the Door
benefits move far beyond the group presenting the RAFFLES, DANCING, PRIZES & DRINKS
application, Leader emphasized. For example, requests FORMAL WEAR OPTIONAL
from the two high schools provide uses for the communities MUSIC BY PIPPIN DJ AND KARAOKE
at large. The improved sound system in Opheim will be
used for community-wide events such as performances, VALLEY VIEW HOME
graduation, and the Veterans’ Day program. Also at the ANNUAL COMMUNITY BBQ
Opheim School, the fitness training room is open to all WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
community members who request access and receive safety 4:30 - 7:00PM • VALLEY VIEW HOME
training. The GHS Cross Country team plans to rent the Sponsored by the Valley View Home Foundation
timing system, with an operator, to other race events held in Jump House & Yard Games for the Kids
the area. This will amount to a substantial savings for local BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches
event sponsors, whose costs to rent similar systems are as with sides along with drinks and a desert
high as $2,000. We want to thank our community and welcome all
With a 501 (c) (3) tax status VCCF, is a non-profit visitors to please come and enjoy a FREE meal and
organization and awards grants to organizations of the some time with us at Valley View Home!
same tax status, along with educational institutions and Staff, Volunteers & Friends will be hosting a Bake
Sale during this event and 100% of profit go
government entities. Applications for annual grant awards are directly to our residents Christmas Stocking Fund.
due in March. Information on VCCF grants and scholarships Please don’t hesitate to contact Valley View if you
is available on its website, too would like to donate a baked good!

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