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515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230

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12U Won Too!

The Glasgow 12U softball team were in Sidney on Middle row: Rebecca Nickels, Caylen Jankowski,
Saturday and won the MonDak League championship Sophia Larson, Josie Kemp, Brynn Donaldson,
game against the host team 16-7. Pictured are back Summer Strommen, Maria Grimes.
row, left to right: Coach Collin Radakovich, Coach Front row: Coach Mason Donaldson. And don’t forget,
Marie Donaldson, Halle Hunter, Hayden Green, Gabby our 14U Scotties will be playing playing this afternoon
Nickels, Macy Martin, Ava Kelm, Jovee Morehouse, at 4:30 at Sullivan Field Try to sneak out and watch
Hayden Diesen, and Coach Jeremy Donaldson. them! The concession stand will be open.
Coming of the Cobras!
The friends and family of Rita
Zeller invite you to a gathering to
celebrate Rita’s life on
Friday, July 5th @ 5:30 p.m.
@ Highland Cemetery.
Bring your “Cobras” and Rita stories.
Refreshments will be provided.

About a half an
inch last night

Tonight: A 30 percent chance of showers, mainly between Every Brilliant Thing tonight
3am and 5am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 54. Happening at the Valley County Pioneer Museum
Northeast wind 3 to 8 mph.
tonight (July 2) at 6:30 will be the performance of Every
Wednesday: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms Brilliant Thing presented by Grandstreet Theatre.
also possible after 3pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 71.
Northeast wind 3 to 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%.
Admission is free!
Starring Rosie Seitz Ayers (pictured above) and
Wednesday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 52. Northeast wind around Ryan Eggensperger, Every Brilliant Thing is a hilarious,
6 mph becoming light and variable after midnight. powerful and timely play that shines a light on all the
Independence Day: A chance of showers, then showers things that make life worth living.
likely and possibly a thunderstorm after noon. Mostly
cloudy, with a high near 74. East wind 5 to 7 mph. Chance Reds Alumni baseball Saturday
of precipitation is 60%. Get some Reds Baseball in this weekend!
Thursday Night: Showers likely and possibly a On Saturday, July 6th the the Glasgow Reds
thunderstorm before midnight, then a chance of showers American Legion Baseball team hosts a double header
and thunderstorms after midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low against Laurel at 2 and 4 p.m. at Bill Connors field.
around 54. East wind 5 to 7 mph. Chance of precipitation AND… that will be followed by a Reds alumni
is 60%.
game at 7:00. They’re looking for some players for this
Friday: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also
game so please call Patrick at 406-263-1977 to sign up.
possible after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 70.
East wind around 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%.
Friday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and
Project HOPE on July 4th
The community is invited to the Valley Event
thunderstorms before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low
around 52. East wind 3 to 7 mph. Winds could gust as high Center on Thursday, July 4th for a barbecue, auction
as 18 mph. and variety show.
Saturday: A 30 percent chance of showers and This is the major fundraiser for Project HOPE.
thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near Funds are being raised to assist those people in Valley
76. Southeast wind around 6 mph. County that are in need of financial assistance due to
Saturday Night: A slight chance of showers and medical expenses.
thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, with a low around 55. East The barbecue will run from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. This is
southeast wind around 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is
a free-will offering meal.
The auction is set from 7:30 - 8:30. Items can be
Sunday: A 20 percent chance of showers and
dropped off at the Event Center on the afternoon of July
thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 83. East
southeast wind around 8 mph. 3rd or during the day of the 4th, or by calling 263-8757.
Sunday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
The Variety Show is scheduled from 8:30 - 10:00.
Partly cloudy, with a low around 56. If you would like to volunteer your talents (singing,
Monday: A chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high dancing or playing an instrument), then please contact
near 79. Rod at 263-8757.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST: Saturday, July 6 from 7-10am. Cost is $5 or BUZZ
$7.50 for big appetites. Will be held the first Saturday of the month. SENIOR DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED Dillon business looking for local
CITIZENS CENTER delivery drivers. Must have previous driving experience. Must be
BUZZ 21+ with a valid Drivers Licence. Don’t need a CDL, $16/hr to start.
this week. Happy Independence Day to all. God Bless America. LOCATED RESUME OR GENERIC APPLICATION TO MSGLASGOWMT@
IN GLASGOW 534 1ST AVE. N (on HWY 2 Across from Mcdonald’s & GMAIL.COM
Next to Methodist Church) PHONE # 406-263-7567 BUZZ
BUZZ FULL TIME COOK. The Cook prepares palatable, nutritionally sound
JET SKIS (3 SEAT) AND DOUBLE TRAILER FOR SALE. 2013 Seadoo meals for our residents at Valley View. Our cooks are responsible in
GTR215 w/68 hrs, 2011 Seadoo GTI 130 w/ 66 hrs and 2014 Karavan ensuring our Dietary Aides provide service promptly with delegated
trailer with new tires. Good condition. Run well. One owner. $13,000 OBO. authority from the Department Head. Starting wage is $14.25 an hour.
CALL 406-263-7762 We want you to build your career and grow with us! PLEASE PICK UP
PATTY’S GREENHOUSE “End of Season” sale continues. 50% off all AT VALLEY VIEW HOME.
bedding plants, 25% off all planters. PATTY’S GREENHOUSE ON HWY BUZZ
2 ACROSS FROM ALBERTSON’S RUNDLE SUITES needs energetic team players for housekeeping and
BUZZ front desk. Looking for dependable and motivated. $11-16/hr DOE.
CAMPBELL LODGE: hiring for various shifts. CONTACT 228-9328 OR PICK PICK UP AN APPLICATION AT RUNDLE SUITES. 406-228-2800
BUZZ WANT A REWARDING CAREER? Come work at Milk River Inc. as
HELP WANTED: Carquest is looking for a delivery driver / counter person. a Direct Support Specialist. We monitor adults with development
FT or PT. CONTACT 228-9381 disabilities. Looking for motivated caring people. STOP BY MILK
VALLEY VIEW HOME is now offering Certified Nursing Assistant training APPLICATION.
and testing for a low price of $800.00. This includes the testing price and BUZZ
study material required. Valley View will offer the same training to anyone FULL TIME & PART TIME DIETARY AIDE. The Food Service Aide
who seek long term employment with Valley View for free. This training prepares and serves palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to
program will educate you in how to provide care to our older generation. meet the daily nutritional and special dietary needs of each resident.
Our upcoming class is August 5 - 16. Valley View Home can work with you This position provides a very meaningful role within Valley View Home
in the evenings if you’re in school as well PLEASE VISIT VALLEY VIEW and you will feel gratitude daily for your work. PLEASE PICK UP
VALLEY VIEW HOME is now taking applicants for a permanent BUZZ
Housekeeping position. The Housekeeping Aide provides cleaning FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home with 1.5 bath, big kitchen, built-ins.
services to provide a safe, sanitary, comfortable and homelike environment Spacious 2-bedroom available soon. Detached garage. Water/sewer
for residents, staff and the public. In addition, this position offers cross provided. No smoking or pets. Deposit, lease required. (406)367-9300
training into the role as Laundry Aid. We are offering competitive wage OR (651)490-5757
ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT. APT. FOR RENT. 925 sf, 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bth townhome apt. City of
BUZZ Glasgow. Cozy. Good neighbors. Sm pets OK. Laundry room in unit,
HELP WANTED: Hostesses and restaurant manager needed. CALL A/C. $595/month. 360-750-6746
318-272-3221 BUZZ
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Water and heat paid. $525/mo. plus
security deposit. CALL HELLAND AGENCY INC. 228-2114
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home with 1.5 bath, big kitchen, built-ins.
NORTHEAST MONTANA FAIR: Spacious 2-bedroom available soon. Detached garage. Water/sewer
Bid for 2 nights of the PRCA Rodeo July 30 & 31, 2019, (or) 2 provided. No smoking or pets. Deposit, lease required. (406)367-9300
OR (651)490-5757
nights of the Motorsports August 1 & 2, 2019 (or both) 4 nights BUZZ
PRCA Rodeo and Motorsports July 30 to August 2, 2019. The FOR RENT IN ST. MARIE: 3 bedroom, 1½ bath townhouse for rent.
highest bidder will be in back of grandstands/beer garden New furnace, new paint, hardwood floors just refinished. Available now.
area. The bidder will agree to ALL terms for the Food Vendor $550 per month plus deposit. Pets negotiable. CALL (406) 270-2522
Agreement and the Valley County Fair Commission. FOR RENT: Unfurnished, carpeted 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Washer &
dryer, full basement, 1 car garage, & storage shed. 103 Sioux St., Fort
ALL BIDS ARE DUE BY MONDAY, JULY 8, 2019. Peck, located near the Summer Theatre. CALL SHERYL BELCHER
Bids can be mailed to Northeast Montana Fair, 501 Court AT 406-230-2675 OR 701-721-5214
SQ #17, Glasgow MT 59230, dropped off at the Fair Office BUZZ
or hand delivered to a fair board member. Bid forms can be FOR RENT IN HINSDALE 2 bedroom House. Redone with stove,
refrigerator, washer & dryer. Available Immediately. Furnished
picked up at the Fair Office. Questions please call 228-9843 Possible. Dogs considered CALL JUSTIN 364-2156 OR 263-2638
PRIVATE LOCATION! Check out this one bedroom, one
Classic entertaining home has 2832 +/- sq. bathroom home for sale located on the
ft. with 2 bedrooms, 1 bonus sleeping room, south side of town in Glasgow, Montana.
2 baths, open living room, formal dining The residence would make a great hunting
room. Private back yard with screened
and fishing camp or even as a rental
in porch and large deck. Single attached
garage also includes large carport for extra property! There is a small garage, bonus
parking. Newer siding, roof, central air. room and a few new updates! Recently
Located across form Candy Cane Park at there has been a new roof, paint, counter
806 6th Street North. top and carpet added to the home.
ASKING $198,000 #357 Call Helland Realty at 406-228-2114 or
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner 20-1003 Jon at 406-263 -2113
(406) 228-2525 - CALL Jon at 263-2113 TODAY Reduced $39,950

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Heck Yes, We’re Numéro Uno!

Team Agland ended the Babe Ruth Minor League post season on a very happy note as
they won the whole shebang. In the back row, the biggest fellow on the team, is Coach No Appointment
Seth Morehouse. Middle row are Troy Stebleton, Tay Morehouse, Leo Erickson, DC Necessary
Flaten and Rivers Sugg. Kneeling are Hunter Wilson, Sage Sillerud, Tyrus Hartwell, Tya
Stebleton Oliver Paulson. In front is Ira Moore. Not pictured are Jensina Tweten and 515 2nd Avenue South

Coach Tyson Stebleton. Great job, boys — and girls... stick with it! 228-4558

This, that & the other thing say lentil-size) hail that didn’t last long. He
For starters, July kicked off with a bang, was in the process of mowing his au-naturalé
literally, as that storm that passed through back yard but got cut short of completing the
offered plenty of fireworks along with a third job.
of an inch of rain (disregard that weather First the LGBT flag and now this. Did
header on page 2, it hasn’t been changed you see that Governor Bullock put Montana
since last week!). on the “Climate Alliance”? He dished out that
June 26 - July 2, 2019
Fortunately for us, it didn’t include the executive order that also creates a 30-person Boneless Certified Angus Beef®
quarter-inch hail that was reported north of council that will recommend how the state LONDON BROIL......................$2.99 lb.
Nashua and other areas. Zac said the town should deal with climate change. Now here’s Family Pack Certified Angus Beef®
NEW YORK STEAKS ................$8.99 lb.
of Nashua had about pea-size (or shall we a guy desperate for attention! 1 lb. Select Varieties
CHICKEN BREASTS .................$1.69 lb.
Feeling overwhelmed? NOW BUYING Stones 80% Lean
Moving to Prairie Ridge, OLD BATTERIES GROUND BEEF PATTIES........... $2.19 lb.
All Natural Family Pack Chicken
The Manor or Valley View? Also Stocking DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS........ $1.19 lb.
Let us help. Centennial Batteries Hwy 2 W
Family Pack Bone-In Center Cut
PORK CHOPS .........................$1.99 lb.

Boneless Extra Lean Pork
COUNTRY STYLE RIBS .............$1.99 lb.
AUTO REPAIR & Food Club 32 oz. Shredded or Block
WRECKER SERVICE MEDIUM CHEDDAR ...............$4.99 ea.
Reynold’s Own 25 oz. Fresh Cut
Batteries • Towing • Repair WATERMELON BOWLS ..............4 / $10
Red or Black
Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025 Call 228-2715 or 263-1249 PLUMS ..................................$1.69 lb.
Project HOPE Celebrating Independence Day!
Helping Others Pay Expenses
Barbecue, Auction and Variety Show Delicious Gourmet Foods from
Valley Event Center on Thursday, July 4th Roberts Rothschild and Terrapin Ridge…
Barbecue 5:30 - 7:30 PM • Free will Offering Stonewall arriving soon!
Auction 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Great for your 4th of July BBQ!
Variety Show 8:30 - 10:00 PM
This is the major fundraiser for Project HOPE. Funds are being raised Bridal Registry
to assist those people in Valley County that are in need of financial There is always something Capdeville & Leo
assistance due to medical expenses. new at the Nest! September 28, 2019
Items can be dropped off at the Event Center on the afternoon of July 3rd Helland & Schultz
or during the day of the 4th, or by calling 263-8757. If you would like to October 11, 2019
volunteer your talents (singing, dancing or playing an instrument), Robyn’s Nest
Home Decor & Fine Gifts
Etchart & Reichelt
then please contact Rod at 263-8757. 501 1st Ave. S. 228-4646 January 4, 2020

Opheim Rodeo Results Kids Barrel Racers (ages 10 and under) 1st place Bailey
Billingsley of Glasgow 22:35, 2nd Whit Ozark of Saco
The Opheim Rodeo was held on Sunday, July 30, 50:40 and 3rd Roudy Beil of Saco 57:03
2019 at 1:00 p.m. The rodeo parade was held at noon. Team Roping — 1st David Wold of Outlook and
The rodeo results are as follows: John Graham of Glasgow 12:75, 2nd Jay Billingsley of
Saddle Bronc — 1st place prize plus a buckle sponsored Glasgow and Wes Kirkildie of Culbertson 14:47, 3rd
by Gus Rosencrans, was Liam Pauley of Miles City 76 Flint Hance and Dustin Stevens both of Circle, 4th place
and 2nd Brant Grisdale of Granite Station, California Jake Newton and Jack Cornwell both of Glasgow 16:81
The kids boot race winners for 1-5 year olds were
Ranch Bronc Riding — 1st place prize plus a buckle Trey Hearts and Ally Sparks and the 6-10 year olds
sponsored by the Mint Bar was Tanner Solberg of Brooklyn Hughes and Lana Mason .
Richland 78, 2nd John saylor of Jordan 70, 3rd Ty Jay Billingsley of Glasgow was the All Around
Murphy of Saco 67 and 4th Trey Switzer of Richey 66. Cowboy and received a buckle from the Opheim Rodeo
Bull Riding — There were no successful rides, but the club.
buckle sponsored by the Opheim Rodeo Club was given Shelby Burns and Mackenzie Hofmann of Bassano,
to the rider who stayed on the longest, Wrangler Jones Alberta performed their “Trick Riding Act” during
of Hinsdale. intermission. Due to the muddy arena they could
only use half of it for their riding exhibition to prevent
Calf Roping — 1st place prize plus a buckle sponsored endangering their horses. Even with the shortened
by the Outpost Café went to Jay Billingsley of Glasgow version they successfully entertained the crowd with
13.66, 2nd Dustin Stevens of Circle 14.69, 3rd Aden their talent.
Zoanni of Glasgow 17.50 The rodeo announcer was Brian Austin of
Ladies Breakaway — Only one Ladies Breakaway Glasgow, secretaries were Bunky Wirtz of Outlook and
Roping was successful, Allison Stephens of Circle took Debbie Bailey of Opheim, Timers were Doris Ozark
home all of the money plus buckle donated by Pro and Jody Pankratz of Glasgow, Judges were Wade
Coop. Martin of Hinsdale and Warren Spagrud of Rockglen,
Saskatchewan who filled in when the regular one
Ladies Barrel Race — 1st place prize plus a buckle
could not be there. Pick-up men were Walter Ozark
sponsored by Silver Dollar Tavern in Richland Robbie
of Glasgow and Ted brown of Dodson, Bull Fighters
Keller of Rockglen, Saskatchewan 16.93, 2nd Elli Linder
were tanner Solberg of Richland and Tyler Svendsbye
of Flaxville 17:00, 3rd Haven Linder of Flaxville 17:31,
of Havre, arena Bosses were Gus Rosencrns and Russell
4th place Cece Reid of Poplar 17:72,
Solberg. The Stock Contractors were Shane Vira of
Jr. Barrel Racers (age 11-15) — Blake Ozark of Saco 1st Richey and DeWayne Ozark of Glasgow. Concessions
19:60 and 2nd place Brook Billingsley of Glasgow 19:83 were provided by the Four Leaf Clover 4-H club.

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