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The Glasgow

Recreation
Departments Youth
Soccer Program
kicked off this past
Monday on a most
beautiful evening at
Hoyt Park. At right
a couple of athletes
get stretched out
for the upcoming
match. Below, teams
congratulate one
another on a wellplayed game. Soccer
continues on Monday
nights through
October 27th.

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some soccer!

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THAT THE AUSSIE WOULD LOVE!

Noreen Smith Memorial


Bingo Celebration

Tuesday, Sept. 30 Senior Center

(Located 1/2 block south of the City-County Library)

3-5 pm Meal, Music & Memories

Join us for both


events

or come earlier & win Auzzie prizes & tell Aussie tales

12:45-3pm for Nickel Bingo

THURSDAY
Soup: Beer Cheese Chili
Specials:

Hawaiian Burger
Tetrazzini

Dine at theO

Tangles

Salon

Hairstyles for All Ages


Cuts, Colors & Perms

(406) 853-5100

LeAnn
Murnion
Cosmetologist

228-8006

330 4th Ave S. Glasgow, MT

This Falls Elk Hunting Outlook

With elk populations continuing to be strong across


most of Montana these are good times for elk hunters.
In some areas of western Montana, where populations have
declined, wildlife biologists have recently observed increased
recruitment of calves.
In many hunting districts, however, because access to
private lands can be difficult, which can affect hunting success
given landownership patterns and distribution of elk. Montanas
general, five-week long, elk hunting season opens Oct. 25.
Even if you didnt draw a special permit this year,
remember Montana offers numerous opportunities to hunt
for elk with just a general hunting license.

Depending on the hunting district regulations hunters
can pursue brow-tined bull elk, spike bull elk, either-sex elk,
or antlerless elk. For more information on elk hunting in
Montana, visit FWPs website at fwp.mt.gov, click Hunting
then click Hunting Guide.

Heres a quick look at eastern and central Montana:
Region 6Northeastern Montana Elk numbers
are at or above management objectives in most hunting
districts. All elk hunting in the Bears Paw Mountains and
the Missouri River Breaks is by special permits awarded via
the annual drawing. Elk in these areas are most often found
in core-habitat areas a mile or more from active roads and
other human activity. However, elk densities are lower in the
general-season hunting area north of U.S. Highway 2.

Region 7Southeastern Montana While not typically
a hot spot destination, outside of the Missouri Breaks, elk
numbers throughout the region continue to increase. As a
result, populations are above FWPs management objectives
in all hunting districts. Outside of the Missouri Breaks and
the Custer National Forest, elk are primarily found on private
land where public hunting access is limited.

Region 4Central Montana Elk populations are in
fine shape. The challenge for hunters in areas along the Rocky
Mountain Front, central Montanas island mountain ranges,
or in the Missouri River Breaks will be obtaining access.

BUZZ
Concession Manager opening, Glasgow High School:
Duties include inventory, product ordering, event set-up, minimal food
preparation. Start date is November, 2014 to cover the winter and spring
sports seasons. Stipend of $1436. Position open until filled initial
screening begins 10/6/14. Complete and submit Classified Application
on our website: www.glasgow.k12.mt.us - click on the Employment Tab,
then select Classified Positions. Call Brenner Flaten for more
info 228-2485.
BUZZ
Job Opening: First Community Bank, Glasgow, has an opening for a
Customer Service Rep. Full time w/benefits. EEO/AA Employer. Apply
at Job Service.
BUZZ
Accountant Opening at fmdh: BA/BS in Accounting or related field
preferred. Possess 2-5 years of experience with spreadsheets, auditing,
payroll processing, database application, or managing a general ledger.
CPA preferred but not required. Non-managerial position, but must work well
with a team and independently. High technical aptitude a must. Please
complete an application on-line at fmdh.org.

Close to
a record
breaker


While todays high was forecasted to hit 91 between
4:00 and 5:00, this would be close to a record breaker for
the date. It was 93 on September 24, 1917.

Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 53. Southeast


wind around 9 mph.
Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 93. Southeast wind 8
to 10 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 56. South
southeast wind 7 to 10 mph.
Friday: Sunny, with a high near 85. West northwest wind
5 to 9 mph.
Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers after
midnight. Mostly clear, with a low around 51. North wind
around 11 mph.
Saturday: A slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms
also possible after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 68.
North northeast wind 13 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as
21 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Saturday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 48.
Sunday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly
sunny, with a high near 67.
Sunday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Monday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly
sunny, with a high near 66.
Monday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 45.
Tuesday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Partly sunny, with a high near 64.

BUZZ
Job Opening: Cottonwood Inn is looking for a part-time Night Audit
shift. Pick up applications at The Cottonwood front desk.
BUZZ
Job Opening: First Community Bank, Glasgow, has an opening for a Loan
Officer Trainee. A background in agriculture is preferred. This is a full time
position w/benefits. EEO/AA Employer. Apply at Glasgow Job Service.
BUZZ
Housekeeper wanted: Full time, weekends included. Hours: 8am4:30pm. $9/hr to start, 50 increase after 3 month probationary period.
Apply at cottonwood, ask for housekeeping manager.
BUZZ
Wanted: GHS Head Girls Basketball Coach for 2014-15 season. Details
and application procedure may be found at www.glasgow.k12.mt.us - click
on Employment Athletic/Activity Positions. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Call Brenner Flaten for more information - 228-2485.
BUZZ
McDonalds is hiring: All shifts. Apply in person.
BUZZ
Commercial for rent: 600 sq. ft., great location. Call 228-8333.
BUZZ
REFURBISHED HOME FOR RENT: Spacious 3 bedroom with fireplace and
detached garage. 1.5 Bathrooms, 2 pantries, new carpet, many built-ins. No
smoking or pets. References and security deposit required. 651-490-5757.
BUZZ
apt FOR RENT. 925 sf, 2 bdrm/1 1/2 bth townhome apt. City of Glasgow.
Cozy. Good neighbors. $550/mth. Sm pets OK. Laundry rm in unit. 360750-6746.
BUZZ
FOR Rent & SALE In St. Marie: 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath. Call 406524-3742.
BUZZ
FOR SALE in st. marie: 3-bedroom condo, 399A Ash St., ready to move
into, unfurnished. Call 406-338-3650.
BUZZ
FOR SALE in st. marie: 4 Bedroom, bath & 1/2. Newly painted inside &
out, sits on beautiful common, bus stops one block away. Asking $30,000.
Call 524-3158 or 263-3158.
BUZZ
Always buying antiques, primitives, cupboards, farm tables, military,
and all others. Enjoy digging out in old farm buildings. Can purchase small
to larger estates. Call Patsy 406-785-2321, cell 263-7936.

GREAT STARTER HOME OR RENTAL!

CHARMING HOME IN GLASGOW

20-881

Cozy 918 +/- sq. ft. home on the North


side has 2 bedrooms, 1 remodeled tiled
bath, hardwood floors, sun room and
extensive landscaping! Detached and
finished 364 sq. ft. garage is perfect for
storage or a studio as well as a carport.
A perfect 1st time home opportunity!
Call for more information!

3 bedroom
1 bath
New windows
Upgraded insulation

CALL TODAY 228-2113


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SPECIALS:
WEDNESDAY

Soup: TOMATO
Lunch: GRILLED HAM
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Dinner: 2pc LIVER & ONION

THURSDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE


Lunch: BACON
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Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER


Lunch: SHRIMP BURGER
Dinner: PRIME RIB

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Dinner: 8oz SIRLOIN

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THE HANGAR

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228-8280

asking $125,000

1028 2nd Ave S, Glasgow

Montanas young hunters are the focus of a special


weekend youth waterfowl and pheasant hunting season Sept.
2728. Legally licensed hunters age 12 through 15 will be
able to hunt ducks, mergansers, geese, coots and ring-necked
pheasants statewide on these two days.

In addition, youngsters 11 years of age who will reach
age 12 by Jan. 16, 2015 may participate in this hunt with the
proper licenses.
A non-hunting adult at least 18 years of age must
accompany the young hunters in the field. The bag limit,
shooting hours, hunter safety requirements and all other
regulations of the regular pheasant and waterfowl seasons
apply.

Tester headed to Sidney Friday



Senator Jon Tester (DMont.), Chairman of the Senate
Homeland Security subcommittee that oversees federal
programs, will be holding a field hearing in the Bakken
later this week. The hearing will take an in-depth look at
infrastructure and law enforcement needs in the rapidly
growing region and examine the best ways to support local
communities, businesses and families.
The Bakken: Examining Efforts to Address Law
Enforcement, Infrastructure, and Economic Development
Needs will be held on Friday, September 26th, at 9:00 a.m.
at the Richland County Fair Event Center (2118 W. Holly
Street) in Sidney.

Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Asking $49,750

For Kids Only - Pheasant


And Waterfowl Weekend

#227

STEAK FRY
Friday, Sept 26th
5pm~7pm

SEPTEMBER 24-30

Its all happening

at
the

vfw

After 57 years exactly,


I am retiring.
I would like to thank the
City of Glasgow and
surrounding areas.
Special thanks to Paul Babe
Monson, good friend and
bar owner.
If you are interested in taking
over the Barber Shop,
please call me at 230-1858.
Thank you,
Darrell

ENJOY THIS BBQ


WEATHER WHILE
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GRILL UP
SOMETHING
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4-H Equine Experts

GROUND BEEF...................$3.99/LB
Willamette Valley Beef

FLANK STEAKS.....................7.59/LB

The State 4-H Horse Show was held in Kalispell on the weekend of Sept. 11,
12. 13 where three area youth attended. Trevor Klind, Randi Klind, and Josey
Uphaus did very well. Randi placed (drum roll please....) 1st in reining, 2nd
in English with a two year old, 3rd in Horsemanship, 5th In Ranch Horse level
2 and 2nd in Western pleasure with a two year old and 4th in Barrels, and 4th
in Poles. Trevor placed 2nd in Reining, 5th in Ranch Horse level 1 and 6th in
Poles. Josey placed 2nd in Ranch Horse level 3 and 4th in Barrels.

Boneless Pork

TENDERLOIN FILLETS..........$3.49/LB
Gold NPlump 52oz Select Varieties Seasoned

WHOLE CHICKEN................2 for $10


Cloverdale 28oz

TANGY SUMMER SAUSAGE.....$6.99/EA


Johnsonville 12-14oz Select Varieties

SAUSAGE OR BRATS..............$3.29/EA

Custom Carpentry Roofing Repairs Windows Doors Kitchens Baths


Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

Email: beardhi@gmail.com Licensed & insured Free Estimates

Northwest Farm Credit Services is seeking


an Insurance Specialist for their Glasgow, MT office
This position will assist in providing high quality, profitable and constructive insurance
products and related services to customers. Responsibilities in this position include
gathering customer/applicant information and other supporting data in person, by
phone or in writing in order to complete required applications, documents or reports,
comply with appropriate regulations and procedures in completion of applicants, forms,
documents and reports. Perform clerical duties such as typing correspondence and
documents, establishing and maintaining files, verbally answering the phone and taking
messages. This position maintains industry knowledge through ongoing crop insurance
educational training and represents and communicates the values, purpose and mission
of Northwest FCS to employees, customers, the public and other target audiences.
Successful candidates must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Agricultural
background/knowledge preferred. Minimum of two years related work experience.
Additional training in insurance services, general office skills and customer services
preferred. Computer/technical ability with a working knowledge of word processing,
spreadsheet and internet software required.

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Sr. Citizen Menu


THURSDAY

Tuna Casserole
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
THURSDAY
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Cold Cereal Churro


Applesauce Milk
Lunch

Italian Dunkers Breadsticks


Green Beans Peaches
Choice of Fruit Milk

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State wanting to crowd out private pre-schools?


By Sen. Matt Rosendale
The Education Local Government
Interim Committee held its final meeting
on September 15-16 in Helena prior to
the 2015 Legislative Session which will
begin in January. Typically, the final
meeting is a wrap up of the entire interim
and consist of discussions and votes
taken on topics that have been researched
throughout the entire period. The
committees are balanced equally with
Democrats and Republicans so that any
resulting recommendations or proposed
legislation usually has a very broad base
of support going into the session.

One of the topics we were charged
with this interim was the review and
passage of new guidelines for data
collection and management. There is
a tremendous amount of data that is
collected on a regular basis by local and
state entities. How this information is
stored and who and when it may be
distributed to is very important. We have
to strike that balance between the publics
right to know, as put forth in our states
constitution, and the right to privacy for
our citizens.
The committee spent an extensive
amount of time on this proposed
legislation. A bill draft has been supported
by the committee which addresses these
issues and now will be submitted to the
full legislature in January. At that time it
will go through the entire procedure that
any proposed legislation does, assuring a
full vetting.
As part of that data collection
process, a separate bill was proposed

by the Historical Society Archivist to


appropriate $208,000 for the purposes of
retaining a consultant to determine what
type of system would be necessary to
collect and store this data. They provided
no estimates from vendors and based this
on a range of $100,000 to $208,000 that
two other states had spent respectively
on consultants to provide this service.
While I understand the need to bring
on experts in the field to help select and
design our system, I am not willing to
sign off on expenditures without utilizing
the bidding process. I moved to table this
request until estimates could be provided
and the committee supported that
decision.
As part of the governors desire
to provide pre-school to all children
throughout the state, the Office of
Public Instruction has finally disclosed
the criteria that they will use to evaluate
whether a program and the staff which
are employed are adequate or not. This
was proposed as a rule change in Title
10 Chapter 63 ARM and includes an
extensive list of accreditation standards
that a pre-school program and more
particularly, a pre-school instructor must
posses prior to being eligible for state
funding.
While the governor sent the
committee a letter stating that the intent
of this was to build on their current early
childhood strengths, rather than replace
them in reference to the existing private
facilities located around the state, it is very
clear this new criteria and funding formula
will serve as a tool to crowd out private

pre-school programs which charge a fee.


The state funded programs will be free to
all with no means testing or targeting of
at risk populations. Originally, the state
funding was supposed to serve limited
populations, however with a price tag of
$37 million, the governors current request
will serve all populations of pre-school
children statewide.
I have major concerns the impact
this will have on the current pre-school
programs that have been in operation
around our state for many years. Many of
them are integral parts of their respective
communities and I have been contacted
by them to oppose these new rules.

Therefore, I proposed a resolution
opposing these new rules and our
committee passed it. The resolution
will go on the record and the Board
of Public Education will have to
consider it prior to enacting these new
rules. One resolution however is not
enough to stop the Bd. of Public Ed.
or the Office of Public Instruction.
Your participation in this effort will be
critical to stop the complete takeover of
pre-school programs by the state.

You may obtain the exact language
for the proposed change on the Bd.
Of Public Ed. Website at http://www.
bpe.mt.gov. There will be a hearing at
the Office of Public Instruction offices
located at 1300-11th Ave in Helena on
November 3. You may submit comments
to Peter Donovan 46 North Last Chance
Gulch PO Box 200601 Helena, Mt.
59620-0601 or email: pdonovan@mt.gov
prior to 5 PM on November 6.

Soroptimists want you!


Soroptimist is an international organization for business
and professional women who provide volunteer service to
their community. Almost 100,000 Soroptimist members in 120
countries contribute time and financial support to communitybased and international projects benefiting women and girls.
Organization wide programs include the Womens Opportunity
Award and the Violet Richardson Award.

Local projects include Block of Bucks and Community
Baby Shower. Fund-raising projects include Thrift Shop
and Trunk of Treasure Raffle.
Glasgow Soroptimist Club supports the following
with the fund-raising projects:

Scotty Day Care


Valley View Home
St. Marie Womens Group
Womens Resource Center
Fort Peck Fine Arts
Milk River Activity Center
Valley County Transit
Safesitter Program
Lukes 100
V.C. Combined Campaign
The Connection

Wet T-shirt
p
Go-Go Hula Hoo

view
Female oRme edic
with C DJ

Join the fun this...

FRIDAY STARTING AT 9PM

Back to School Blitz


Head Start
Girls State
Project Smile
First Lutheran Preschool
Childrens Museum
Glasgow Library
Friends of the Library
Project Classroom
Florence Crittenton Home


If you would like to learn more about Soroptimists or
join them, please contact one of the following Soroptimists:
Karen Grewe, 228-8568
Rose Speer, 263-9315
Lorraine Hughes, 228-8514
Karen Waarvik, 230-2525
Barbara Math, 526-3619

Hwy 2 West

406-263-4512

Please do the doggie survey

All Valley County current and former dog owners


who have not already done so are encouraged to complete
the Mintler Capstone survey entitled, Changing Attitudes:
Modifying the Veterinary Atmosphere to Calm Clients
and Their Canines.
Printed surveys are available in Glasgow at the BS
Buzz office and Herbs & Things, in Nashua at Bergies,
in Opheim at the Outpost Caf, in the Fort Peck area at
the Park Grove Bar & Caf, and in Hinsdale at Stoughies.
Survey drop boxes are available at these and other locations
listed on the survey.
The survey may be accessed through the KLTZ
website by selecting the Services tab and then clicking
on the Doggone show or Community Notes tab and
scrolling down until you see
ATTENTION: Current & former dog owners of
Valley County! Please help a local college student complete
her research project. The project will investigate the
physical environmental factors & staff limitations within
the veterinary environment that may affect clients & their
dogs.

Click on Take survey here to complete the survey.

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