Published by BS Central 515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230 406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578 [email protected]
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While many of us were slaving away on Tuesday, some were taking advantage of a beautiful day on Fort Peck Reservoir and having good luck as well. Fishing with her Dad Jeff, Kirsten Bense had the hot stick of the day, reeling in six Chinook salmon. “It was the only rod that caught a fish,” she said. This one registered 14 pounds on the Berkley de-liar; the largest was 15 pounds. The salmon were running in a depth of 75 feet. What were they hitting on? “That’s an ancient Chinese secret!” replied Kirstie Bear, who loves to go fishing every chance she gets.
Be careful in your vote!
In the letter sent out by the City of Glasgow regarding redistricting to purchase a new fire truck, be careful of how you vote. If you vote YES, this means you do NOT want higher taxes and a new truck. A NO vote means you WANT higher taxes and a new truck.
August 7 - 13
At the Interpretive Center
www.polsontheatres.com 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:10
4:10 - 7:15 - 9:20
for some language and
for sci-fi action violence, and language
PG-13 suggestive comments DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON
FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS AUGUST 12 - 18
Soup: Clam Chowder • Chili Specials:
Fish Burger Deli Melt Dine at the“O” 228-8006 Boneless Skinless Family Pack
CHICKEN BREASTS..............$1.99/lb. Western Family 12 oz.
SLICED BACON....................$1.99 ea. 85% Lean 15% Fat
GROUND BEEF................... $3.49/lb. Bone-In Beef
SHORT RIBS.......................$3.99/lb. Beef
T-BONE STEAKS.................. $7.99/lb. Bar S 16 oz. Sel. Var.
FRANKS............................... $.88 ea.
A man who took an Airline company to court after his luggage went missing has lost his case. Lots of sleepless nights will be had. He’s going to live with that baggage over his head.
Activities at the Fort Peck Interpretive Center this weekend are: • Friday, August 14th: (9am-4pm) Come have fun while you search for prize-filled boxes during our Geocaching day! • Saturday, August 15th: (9am-4pm) Enjoy the nice weather while playing ladder ball, tug of war, a bean bag toss, folf, and creating chalk drawings! • Sunday, August 16th: (9am-4pm) Complete the outdoor scavenger hunt and win a prize!
New airport coming to Williston
Construction of a new airport in Williston is expected to begin next spring. The new terminal will sit on approximately 1,500 acres of land and will be approximately 100,000 square feet, including a top-notch restaurant and bar. Last year saw nearly 240,000 passengers using Sioulin Field International Airport, and with the new airport, larger aircraft (180-200 passenger airplanes) can be used. The new airport will be called the Williston Basin International Airport while the terminal will be called Siolin Terminal. Price tag is expected to be between $230-250 million.
Open Through Summer
Thurs. 10-4 Fri. 10-4 Sat. 10-3
On Hwy 2 Across From McDonald’s
Marcia Fast. Propriator
or Citizen Center Seni Salvage &
FRIDAY Roast Beef
Call for reservation by 10 AM 228-9500
Friday, August 21 12:00 - 2:00 pm 114 5th St. South Cake Walk • Face Painting Other Fun Games There will be Free Backpacks and School supplies for those that need it Call the Women’s Resource Center for more information 228-8401
Fire Weather Watch in effect
The hot and dry weather we have been experiencing will continue through Friday. If you plan to be outdoors for an extended period of time, take it slow, drink plenty of water, and seek shade when possible. By Saturday, temperatures begin to trend more towards seasonally average with the passing of a cold front. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible across the area this weekend associated with this approaching system. Today: Sunny and hot, with a high near 99. Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 65. East southeast wind 8 to 13 mph. Friday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1pm. Sunny and hot, with a high near 103. South wind 10 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Friday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly between 7pm and 1am. Partly cloudy, with a low around 67. South wind 8 to 18 mph becoming west southwest after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 25 mph. Saturday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 7am. Sunny, with a high near 85. Breezy, with a west northwest wind 8 to 13 mph increasing to 19 to 24 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 33 mph. Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 54. Breezy, with a west northwest wind 19 to 24 mph decreasing to 9 to 14 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 33 mph. Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 76. West northwest wind around 9 mph. Sunday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 54. Monday: Sunny, with a high near 83. Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 57. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 83. Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 58. Wednesday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 83.
Now accepting applications. Apply in store. Looking for energetic team players with great customer service and a friendly smile.
BUZZ ESTATE SALE: 218 2ND ST. N, GLASGOW. Saturday, August 15th, 8:30 am til late afternoon. 2 Lazy boy chairs, large attractive roll top desk, china hutch. A small house FULL. Lots of unlisted items. CALL PATSY TIHISTA 406-785-2321 OR 263-7936. BUZZ GARAGE SALE: Saturday, August 15, 7am - noon. Name brand clothes, shoes, household items. 115 LOMOND AVE BUZZ FARMER’S MARKET Saturday, August 8, 8am - 3pm Fresh cukes, beans, beets, rhubarb, kohlrabi, onions, new potatoes, leeks, lettuce. Vegetables will be added each week when ready. Fresh homemade baked goods, jams and jellies, fresh fruit and Herbal Life Consultant. Complimentary coffee and cookie available. We will be accepting wic checks again this year. Hope to see you there. Thanks for supporting your local Farmer’s Market. LOCATED AT THE RED ROCK PLAZA (ACROSS FROM COKE-PLANT) BUZZ COVENANT OWNERS MEETING This Saturday, August 15th at the Chapel - 11:00am. This meeting will affect everyone in St. Marie. COME VOICE YOUR OPINION AND VOTE BUZZ HELP WANTED AT FASHIONETTE Part-time position. Would work 2 or 3 mornings per week including Saturdays. Requested time off flexibility. Pay depends on experience. Open until filled. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT FASHIONETTE OR JOB SERVICE. TURN IN COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO FASHIONETTE BUZZ HELP WANTED: Campbell Lodge is looking for part-time or full-time help for afternoon shift 3-11pm. APPLY AT CAMPBELL LODGE BUZZ 3 RESOURCE / CLASSROOM AIDE POSITIONS: Duties are to assist teachers in the classroom and other duties as assigned. Starting wage is $11.89/hr, 12.29/hr after 3 months; benefits include vacation pay, sick leave and retirement. Position open until filled Complete and submit Classified Application on our website. WWW.GLASGOW.K12.MT.US, EMPLOYMENT TAB - CLASSIFIED POSITIONS. INITIAL SCREENING BEGINS AUGUST 10, 2015. INITIAL SCREENING BEGINS AUGUST 17, 2015. CALL 228-2406 FOR MORE INFO BUZZ COTTONWOOD INN Is looking for a waiter/waitress and busser. Days and shifts will vary. APPLY AT COTTONWOOD INN OR ONLINE AT COTTONWOODINN.NET BUZZ FOR RENT: 3 bed, one bath home garage. Asking $540/ month rent. CALL HELLAND AGENCY INC. 228-2114. BUZZ FOR RENT: 1,800 sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 3 bath apartments in Glasgow. 2 car garage. New construction. $1,500/mo. + $1,500 deposit. 3 units available. CALL JOHN AT 406-263-2046 BUZZ ROOM FOR RENT In Nashua. Furnished. CALL 406-263-3567 BUZZ FOR RENT: 3 bedroom units with newer furnace, hot water heater, linoleum, and counter tops. $500 Save on utilities! CALL 406-524-3742 BUZZ FOR SALE: 1979, 26 ft Marathon motor home. Chevy chassis, 400 V-8, 38,000 miles, very clean. Onan generator, roof air, furnace. $3,950 CALL 263-4515
Top Lambs of the 2015 Northeast Montana Fair!
A trickle of a tear quickly turned to a smile for Daley Aune who had the Heavyweight Reserve Champion lamb and was also awarded the Overall Reserve Champion ribbon. Tami Nelson broke out the checkbook for this 142-pound lamb and wrote a check for $603.50. Jack Cornwell had the Heavyweight Grand Champion Market Lamb that would also be declared the Overall Grand Champion out of 21 lambs that went through the sales ring of the Valley County 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale. His project weighed an even 150 pounds and brought $4.35 per pound. Purchasers were Ezzie’s Wholesale and Kristin McColly. Pictured with Jack and his beautifully-groomed lamb is Brandon Hoerster of Ezzie’s Wholesale.
Jack Cornwell Dalely Aune Mickayla Johnson Brooke Westby RyLee Mix Kortney Nelson Shaylin Barnett Trey Johnson Grace Carroll Ashley Carroll Brooke Nowak Lukas Johnson Shelby Fuhrmann Blaire Westby Mandy Fuhrmann Ashton Smith Loden Idler Mason Swenson Abby Engstrom Tel Aune Mix -Memorial Lamb
Ezzie’s Wholesale/Kristin McColly Tami Nelson CC Loomix Toby Klind Doris Ozark Ron Gunn Todd & Roger Wagner Boucher Ranch Dr Anne Millard Bradley Westby Ranch Ryan & Chelsea Nelson Saco Dehy Julie Burke & Page Anderson Newton Motors Reid Coldwell Debby Cornwell Daley Ranch Bill Gunn United Insurance Lee Cornwell Jeff Pattison
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Mo Fast’s 228-pounder took the Light Weight Grand Champion honors and was purchased by Border Plains Equipment at $4.50 per pound.
No stranger to the Northeast Montana Fair’s 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale, the Lightweight Grand Champion was raised by Mickayla Johnson. It tipped the scale at 125 pounds and sold for $4.25 per pound. Also no stranger to the 4-H/FFA Livestock Show — he’s had and still does have kids participating — is Chris Christensen of CC Loomix purchasing Mickayla’s lamb..
And here’s our Brooke! She seems to be a 4-H/FFA Livestock Show highlight each year as she can boast a past Overall Grand Champion market beef. Here’s Brooke Westby with her LIghtweight Reserve Champion market lamb purchased by Tobi Klind; that’s her daughter Randi Jo with Brooke. The lamb weighed 134 pounds and went for the highest price per pound of the entire sale at $5.25 per pound. Brooke knows how to keep those auctioneers busy! It sure is fun watching these kids grow through the years with their 4-H and FFA projects. Tears are in abundance with the “newbies” as they can get extremely attached to these critters they care for daily, but once they cash a few of those checks, they realize it’s a business and what a service they are doing in the world of agriculture. Lamb sale prices ranged from $3.50 - $5.25. Market Lamb average price per pound was $4.40 with an average weight of 138.50 lbs.
Moving to Prairie Ridge, Nemont or Valley View?
Let us help.
Has approaches built and is signed up for Dry Prairie Water.
Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025
BUILDING LOT FOR SALE
Nice level 1.3 acre building lot just 1 mile from Glasgow in Sunny Hills Sub Division.
CALL TODAY 228-2114 or 263-2113 www.hellandagencyinc.com
Sunny Hills Subdivision
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330 4th Ave S. • Glasgow, MT
Soup: Bacon Cheeseburger Lunch: Patty Melt Dinner: Hamburger Steak
Soup: Clam Chowder Lunch: Fish Burger Dinner: Walleye
Soup: Cook’s Choice Lunch: Chicken Philly Dinner: 8 oz. Sirloin w/ Breaded Shrimp
Soup: Cook’s Choice Lunch: Reuben Dinner: 2 pc. Pork Chop
We Now Serve Milk Shakes
Have your parties here BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO HANG OUT!
Hwy 2 East 228-8280
BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 4.41 +/- ACRES
Medium Watermelon Shake Hwy 2 West 228-2997 2015 MARKET SWINE (44) Tel Aune Dr Reyling C.J. Nelson Northwest Farm Credit Services Mo Fast Border Plains Equipment Tatum Nyquist Independence Bank Gage Siefert Glasgow Stockyards Daley Aune Valley Bank Abby Engstrom Ag Partners Cody King Hi-Line Ford Inc Montaya Idler Chappell’s Automotive Mattea McColly Raider’s Quick Stop MyKayla Lauckner Silver Dollar Grazing Elise Strommen Cornwell Ranch Aiden Albus Dennis Boucher Peyton Smith Arch’s Tire & Repair Trevor Klind D&G Sports & Western Dylan Linder Thompson & Son’s Darrin Wersal Ron Gunn Cooper Larson Chappell’s Automotive Kaitlyn McColly R&G Quality Feeds Cienna Strommen Valley Builders Kohl Kittleson Ezzie’s Wholesale Colten Fast Kelcey Arnold Loden Idler Dr. Ross Cache Younkin Steve Lacock Sarah Law Kevin & Tami Nelson RyLee Mix Westby Ranch Josey Uphaus Arch’s Tire & Repair Madison Swindler United Insurance Mason Swenson Valley Bank Chaykota Christensen Eliot Strommen Bailee Baxter Lauckner Farms Cordell Younkin Peggy Cornwell Jack Cornwell Farm Equipment Sales Kortney Nelson Northern Lights Ranch & Sorenson Vet Ty Westby Ryan & Chelsea Nelson Flint Dix Simeniuk Repair Walker Albus Terrance Toavs Blaire Westby Northwest Farm Credit Services Maddy Uphaus Treasure Trail Processing Brett See First Community Bank John McColly Farmer’s Elevator Randi Klind Hi-Line Ford, Inc. Sam Malmend Ron Gunn Jody&Larry Ross Simpson - Memorial Hog — Saco Dehy
Views are never ending in this 3520 +/- sq. ft. home built in 2005 with 4 bedrooms, 1 sleeping room, 3.5 baths including a master bath. Open living floor plan has large kitchen, dining room and living room with vaulted cathedral ceilings. Master bath has jetted soaking tub and a private deck to sit and enjoy the wonderful view. The large 1752 sq. ft. daylight basement has a large family room and storage galore! Geo Thermal heat; and low maintenance siding, and the double attached over sized garage are just bonuses!
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
(406) 228-2525 www.redfoxxrealestate.com
AIR CONDITIONERS READY TO GO.... Star t ing at
$139 5,000 BTU to 18,000 BTU
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Glasgow: 228-8231 • Hinsdale: 364-2202
In scorching heat, Adams Asphalt’s heavy equipment operator, Amanda Mummey, packs some new blacktop on the road under repair to the Valley County Landfill
which is actually one of the better roads in Valley County: no pot holes to dodge. The Adams Asphalt crew was at it again today in the squelching heat.
LOT FOR TENDER:
Septic / Sump / RV / Misc. Pumping
Licensed in Valley, Roosevelt, McCone & Phillips Counties
Give Bryce Lawrence a Call
1.9 acre lot for sale by TENDER located ½ mile east of Hinsdale. Has approach to Hwy #2 and also large cement slab. Call for information 1-306-266-2131 or leave message at 1-928-232-0271
MAIL TENDER TO: A.L. JENSEN P.O. BOX 242 OPHEIM, MT 59250