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Monday, April 4, 2

Scotties win first


meet of the season

Competitors, fans and


the workers couldnt have
asked for a better day
to open the high school
track & field season, one
of the meets being the
Glasgow
Invitational,
host to 25 Class B and C
teams.
Although
the
wind did pick up in the
afternoon, sunny and
warm temperatures (a
high of 75 was reached at
the airport) made strong
breezes easily bearable.

Both the Scotty boys
and girls had no problem
in winning the team titles
and already have some
individuals who have
punched their ticket for
that final meet of the year.

Scotties who qualified
for State are, girls: 400m
Relay
Team,
Bailey
Chappell, Jordan Kulczyk,
Julia Kolstad and Alex
Simensen, ran a 51.95
Luke Breigenzer soared to a first-place finish in the 300 Meter Hurdles Saturday (Qualifying Standard 52.3)
morning at the Glasgow Invitational. Luke also placed first in the 100 Hurdles.
continued on page 2

Scotty track & field continued from front

April 1 - April 7

SHOWINGS
228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com
4:10 - 7:00 - 9:15

PG

HELD
OVER

4:00 - 7:15

Thematic material, including accident and


medical images.

sequences of violence and action


PG-13 Intense
throughout, and some sensuality
DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON

FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS

FINAL FOUR ACTION


Saturday, April 2nd

Bar opens @ 10 am TIP OFF @ 4:09

Buckets of Beer Special


$6.00 pitchers of Bud Light & Old Milwaukee Light

Monday, April 4th

Opening Day of Baseball


NCAA Mens Basketball Championship

$2.00 Well Drinks Buckets of Beer


$6.00 pitchers of Bud Light & Old Milwaukee Light
Come try our Flatbread Pizzas and our Saucy Wings.

Sandwich
of the Week
Cowboy Dog
Hot Dog w/ Cheese,
Onion, Bacon & BBQ Sauce

Hwy 2 West 228-2997

Winter Hours

11:00-8:00
Drive Thru 11:00 - 8:00

Glasgow Kiwanis Thunder

SWIM TEAM

Sign-Ups:
Tuesday, April 12
6:00pm
East Side School

Open to Ages 5-18


New swimmers
bring a copy of
Birth Certificate

Parent Meeting: Tues., Apr. 26 6pm East Side School


for more info., text Lynsey 230-0439 or Lynn 263-5370
Visit glasgowmtswim.com & our Facebook Page

High jumpers Bailey Chappell and Kaylee King both


jumped 4 10 (Qualifying Standard: 4 10); long jumper
Jordan Kulczyk reached 15 7 (Qualifying Standard: 15 5).
Scotty Boys: 100m Benji Phillips, Glasgow - 11.53 (Qualifying Standard: 11.6); Long Jump, Benji again, 20 3
(Qualifying Standard: 19 11); javelin, once again Benji as his
throw of 1963 was way more than plenty of the Qualifying
Standard of 167. In fact, Benji broke his own school record
he set at last years Glasgow Invitational of 194 7!
Heres how are area athletes fared at the Glasgow
Invite (from Glasgow unless otherwise noted):
Girls
100M
Bailey Chappell 3rd
Kordan Kulczyk 4th
Emily Kolstad 5th
200M
Emily Kolstad 2nd
400M
Emily Kolstad 1st (freshman!)
1600M
Morgan Guttenberg 6th
3200M
Morgan Guttenberg 4th
Brooke Westby 5th
300M Hurdles
Julia Kolstad 1st
400 Relay
Glasgow A 1st, B 2nd
High Jump
Bailey Chappell 1st
Kaylee King 2nd
Alaina Sallee 5th
Long Jump
Jordan Kulczyk 1st
Bailey Chappell 2nd
Taylor Laumeyer (Nash) 6th
Pole Vault
Bailey Funk (Saco) 4th
Katie Kaiser 5th
Triple Jump
Karissa Liebelt 4th
Shot Put
Taylor Laumeyer 1st
Discuss
Andrea Hansen 2nd
Faith Keys (Nash) 3rd
Taylor Laumeyer 4th
Javelin
Jordan Kulczyk 4th
Faith Keys 5th

Boys
100M
Benji Phillips 2nd
800M
Cade Myrick 3rd
1600M
Allen Walker 4th
Cade Myrick 6th
3200M
Allen Walker 4th
Wyatt Miller 5th (Frazer)
Merlin McKean 6th
110 Hurdles
Luke Breigenzer 1st
Ethan Etchart 5th
300M Hurdles
Luke Breigenzer 1st
Ethan Etchart 4th
Pole Vault
Logan Gunderson 1st
Cody King 5th
Kyle Ross 5th
Long Jump
Benji Phillips 2nd
Pole Vault
Bailey Funk (Saco) 4th
Katie Kaiser 5th
Triple Jump
Trent Herbert 4th
Shot Put
Trevor Toavs 4th
Benji Phillips 5th
Discuss
Trevor Toavs 3rd
Austin Leatherberry 6th (Hin)
Javelin
Benji Phillips 1st
Trevor Toavs 6th

Scotty Sports schedules still available

If you have yet to get your Scotty spring sports


schedules sponsored by Nemont.TV, there are still some
available. Stop by BS Central or Nemont.TV headquarters.

Save the Elks

BENEFIT

AUCTION
Saturday, April 16th
7:00 pm

DONATIONS ARE WELCOME:


If you would like to donate an Item of Value
Contact the Elks Lodge 228-2233
ALL FUNDS GO TO THE ELKS LODGE

April Showers
to arrive
Tonight: Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm
before midnight, then a chance of showers. Mostly cloudy,
with a low around 38. Southeast wind 16 to 20 mph
becoming west after midnight. Winds could gust as high
as 28 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%.
Tuesday: Showers likely, mainly after noon. Mostly cloudy,
with a high near 49. Windy, with a west southwest wind 17
to 22 mph becoming north northwest 31 to 36 mph in the
afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 49 mph. Chance
of precipitation is 60%.

Tuesday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers before


midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 30. Windy, with
a northwest wind 24 to 34 mph decreasing to 9 to 19 mph.
Winds could gust as high as 48 mph.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 63. Breezy,
with a west southwest wind 9 to 14 mph increasing to 19
to 24 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as
34 mph.
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 37.
Breezy, with a northwest wind 19 to 24 mph decreasing
to 10 to 15 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high
as 33 mph.

Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 63. Northwest


wind 11 to 13 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 34.
Friday: Sunny, with a high near 75.

Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 40.


Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 69.

Saturday Night: A slight chance of showers. Mostly


cloudy, with a low around 34. Breezy.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 54.

BUZZIFIEDS

St. Raphael Rummage Sale: April 14 5pm-9pm, April 15 9am-5pm, April 16


9am-noon bag sale. accepting donations, PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE OUTSIDE.
any questions call 228-9800
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BUZZ
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BUZZ
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BUZZ
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3.48 acres just south of Glasgow. House is 2528 sq. ft., many out buildings.
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INFORMATION OR TO VIEW CALL 230-2355
BUZZ
COTTONWOOD INN & SUITES is looking for a responsible, motivated
waiter/waitress. Duties include: seat customers, take customer orders, help
prep meals for serving, serve food orders, clean tables, process payments
and other duties as assigned. This position does require being able to work
entire shift standing and walking. Will work mornings and weekends. Pay
will start at $8.15/hr plus great tips. Benefits include vacation/sick leave and
dental/visual reimbursement, group health insurance, employee discounts.
APPLY AT COTTONWOOD INN OR ONLINE AT COTTONWOODINN.NET.
BUZZ
DRIVERS WANTED. Glasgow District is seeking activity and/or sub route
bus drivers. Starting wage is $11.44/hr for activities and $13.23-14.56/hr
(DOE) for sub route driver. Must be able to obtain Montana School Bus
Driver Certification. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT ROGER
RONESS (263-4708) OR BRENNER FLATEN (263-7909).
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2014 F 350, Regular Cab, 4X4, Long Box, 20 Wheels, 23,000
miles, $25,000, excellent condition, OBO. Also 9.2 Boss V Plow,$7.000.
FOR SALE: 2012, F350, Crew Cab, Short Box, Lariat Diesel, 4X4,
20 wheels, 53,000 miles, excellent condition, $44,000 OBO. SEE AT
RIVERSIDE STORAGE. CALL DON GAY 263-7207
BUZZ
Butcher Pigs for Sale: Ready April 20 Call 263-5408

MILLER CONSTRUCTION
Tyler Miller

406-942-2595
tymllr99@yahoo.com
Siding Windows Seamless Gutters
Remodeling Finish Carpentry
New Construction Concrete Finishing

Kindergarten Royalty Contest Search

Laura Rebekah Lodge #19 is again looking for 20 Valley County


Kindergartners for 2016. The contest will run from April 15th to May
13th. Ballot boxes will be placed in 15 Valley County businesses.
Contestants are voted on by placing money in voting boxes in the slot
under the childs picture. Each cent will count as a vote. Votes will be
counted twice a week and the results will be in the paper for four weeks.
The finale of the KRC will be May 14th, 2016. Contestants need to be
present to win. The King, Queen, Prince, Princess, and runners-up will
be crowned and receive sashes to keep.
After the children enjoy royal cupcakes and drinks with their
families they will take home large prize bags, with items donated by
local businesses. As the Rebekahs are small in numbers, the Girl Scout
Troop 2464 will be doing their leg work for them. They will be collecting
prizes and getting the boxes for them, doing this will go towards their
community service patch.
For more information or to sign your child up please call (406) 2300343 or (406) 263-0762. Please remember, the contest is limited to 20
children. The deadline for sign-ups is April 11th, 2016

Glasgow/Fort Peck Chapter

WALLEYES UNLIMITED
ANNUAL

BANQUET
AND SPRING CRAFT BAZAAR
APRIL 9, 2016

Valley Event Center Glasgow

Spring Craft Bazaar

9am-3pm Vendors
4:30pm Raffles, Games & Silent Auction
6pm Walleye & Pulled Pork Dinner
TO PURCHASE TICKETS CONTACT:

Ricci Olson 263-2040 Dan Wetzel 228-9334


Any Walleyes Unlimited Member Glasgow Chamber of Commerce
Glasgow Auto Safety Center D&G Sports Markles Warehouse

Budde Family
Dentistry
We are currently accepting new
patients of all ages. Call our
office today to schedule your
appointment. We welcome walk-in
and emergency patients as well.

Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM
406-228-2211
We are also pleased to announce
our association with Dr. Lance L.
Lerner, D.D.S, M.S. Dr. Lerner
is a board certified Oral and
Maxillofacial surgeon visiting from
Big Sky Oral Surgery in Bozeman.
He is providing dental implants,
extractions, IV sedation, and
other specialty care for patients of
Budde Family Dentistry.

Sen

ior Citizen Center

TUESDAY

Salisbury Steak
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

Some Region 6 Block Management


areas open for spring turkey season

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and participating land


owners will open some Block Management Areas (BMAs) for
spring turkey hunting along the Milk River and also one area
south of Zortman.

Up to 11 BMAs could be open for the spring turkey
season, beginning April 9, and running through May 15. Most
of the properties are located along the Milk River between
Hinsdale and Nashua. One additional property is located just
south of Zortman in Goslin Flats, which is a portion of the
Square Butte BMA.

The BMA spring turkey hunt worked well for both
landowners and hunters last year, and landowners are looking
forward to opening their property again this spring, said Tim
Potter, Jr., Region 6 FWP Hunting Access Coordinator. We
are very pleased that we are able to provide this opportunity
again. Just remember that many of these properties are in
the middle of calving and other farming activities during
the spring. Please be cautious and respectful around these
properties as well with other landowners not in the program.

Last year, there were 223 hunter days recorded on the
nine participating BMAs. Normally, the BMA season runs
from the beginning of September (opening of upland bird and
archery) until January 1 (the closing of upland birds).

BMA access will be granted through a traditional signin box on the properties, and will be advertised by a green
sign titled 2016 Spring Turkey. Signing in will allow hunters
access only for turkey hunting. Other activities such as shed
hunting, fishing, or small game hunting are not allowed.
Permission for such activities must be separately allowed by
the landowner.
All BMA rules and expectations in place during the general
season will still apply. These include, but are not limited to,
leaving gates as they are found, areas of walk-in hunting only,
parking in designated parking areas, using caution around
livestock, taking care not to drive on muddy roads, and more.
Hunters should refer to the individual rules associated with
each BMA, found on the back of the BMA maps.
Property boundaries may not be well marked, so hunters
need to be aware of their location. For this opportunity to
continue to move forward, we need hunters to respect both the
landowners wishes and their property, said Potter.
As a reminder, prospective turkey hunters can also hunt
on Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), such as the Hinsdale
and Vandalia WMAs, other public land, and on other private
land with permission. Hunters must also be aware that there
are several BMAs that are not participating in this spring
hunting opportunity, and permission would be needed to hunt
on these properties.
A list of participating landowners and properties is
available from FWPs Region 6 headquarters in Glasgow, by
calling the office at 406-228-3700, or by going to our regional
webpage at fwp.mt.gov/regions/r6/.

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TUESDAY

Soup: Beef Noodle


Lunch: 3 pc Chicken Strip
Dinner: 2 pc. Liver & Onion

Spring is Here

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Dinner: 8 oz. Chicken
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Nice 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom home with


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TUESDAY

Soup: Potato Chili


Specials:

Chipotle Chicken Club


Ham Sub
Dine at theO
228-8006

PABST.........................................$9.39
30 pk

MILLER LITE..............................$21.39

PRICE REDUCED

20-970

Asking
$145,000

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
TUESDAY
Breakfast
Hot or Cold Cereal Chocolate Donut
Apple Milk
Lunch
Grilled Chicken Burger Dill Spear
Rice Krispie Bar Fruit Cup
Choice of Fruit Milk

Lets roll!

While spring seeding has been in full swing for over


a week for some farmers well ahead of the normal
schedule it sounds like theyll get some time off and
their crops already in the ground will get a little snort
of precipitation as a spring storm will bring moisture
and winds to Northeast Montana today and tomorrow.
The exact amounts of precipitation will vary greatly.
Some back country and farm roads will likely become
sloppy and difficult to travel. Strongest winds gusts are
expected to be in the early afternoon on Tuesday.

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