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Grabbing the early lead

Benji Phillips hands the baton off to Luke Breigenzer,


the first two legs of the Scotty 4x400m relay team
which would not only win the event, but also qualify
for the State B Track & Field meet with a time of 44.78
seconds (qualifying time 45.3 seconds).Ethan Etchart
and Chase Fossum are part of this team. The Scotty
boys 4x100m relay team also qualified for State
(Phillips, Etchart, Trent Herbert and Fossum). It was a
beautiful evening for the Top 10 Meet and three records

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

2
29,
Wedne
sday, April

were broken: Maltas Sophia Stiles, 17 8 in long jump


(old record, 17 4 by Jan Andring of Medicine Lake
in 1999), Stiles again in the triple jump at 37 .5 (old
record 36 7 by Sammy Evans of Havre in 2010) and
Benji Phillips in the javelin: 186 2 (old record: 182 7
by Seth Combs of Glasgow).
The Scotties will be in Wolf Point this Saturday, the
final regular meet of the season before the District 2B
Meet, also in Wolf Point, on Saturday, May 9th.

THURS, APR. 30
MIDNIGHT SHOWING

Fireworks Collection Volunteers Needed

Saturday, May 2nd


Starting at 8am

AVENGERS 2: The Age of Ultron

Volunteers will be on the intersections of


3rd Ave/6th St S. and 2nd Ave/4th St S.
collecting money for the aerial Fireworks
displayed on the 4th of July.
Shifts are 2 hours. If you are able to volunteer
call 263-1940 or contact Gene Hartsock

APRIL 24 - 30
SHOWINGS

Get Your
Gift Certificates
For Mothers Day

228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com

4:00 - 7:00 - 9:25

128 Min.

4:10 - 7:15 - 9:15

100 Min.

WE HAVE IT!
* Perennials * Annuals
* Vegetables * Herbs
* Filled & Hanging
Planters
* Trees
* Glacier Gold Products
* Potting Soil
Top Soil Compost

Located at the
VFW Parking
Lot

Pervasive crude and sexual content

sexuality, partial nudity, and some


language, some graphic nudity,
PG-13 Some
PG-13 and
war and sports action
and drug material
DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON

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

Credit Cards Accepted


Call
Hours: 10am-6pm
7 days/wk *Weather Permitting

Jolene Reyes
390-3871

OPENING Thursday,
April 30th

Jacobson wins
Photo Contest

Jerry Jacobson has


been selected as the
Grand Prize winner in
the Glasgow Tourism
Business Improvement
Districts Get Out Photo
Contest.
Category winners are
as follows:
Sense of Place: Gary
Anderson
Outdoor Sportsman:
Mike Salle
Scenery: Carlos
Valle & Ryan Stone
The Glasgow TBID
Get Out Photo Contest
participants
submitted
photographs into four
categories: Glasgow Events,
Sense of Place, Outdoor
Sportsman and Scenery.
The winning photographs
may be viewed on the
Glasgow Area Chamber
of Commerce website,

Jerry Jacobsons photo of the Fort Peck Reservoir, Dam and Shaft Houses took the $200 grand prize.

www.glasgowchamber.
net and the Glasgow TBID
facebook page.

About the Glasgow
TBID:
The
Glasgow
Tourism
Business
Improvement District was
created January 1, 2010 by

the City of Glasgow. The


mission of the TBID is to
generate room nights for
lodging facilities in the City
of Glasgow, Montana by
effectively marketing our
region as a preferred travel
destination. The TBID

receives its funding from


the $1.00 per room charge
collected by the Glasgow
Hotels. The TBID provides
grants
to
non-profit
organizations for events
and projects that generate
tourism to Glasgow!

BUZZIFIEDS

Springing
to life

Sunny skies and highs well above normal through


Saturday (average high is around 63 this time of year)
should have the plant life growing like crazy this week.
Tonight: A slight chance of thunderstorms, then a chance
of showers after midnight. Some of the storms could
produce gusty winds. Mostly cloudy, with a low around
47. South wind 7 to 16 mph becoming northwest after
midnight. Winds could gust as high as 22 mph. Chance
of precipitation is 50%.
Thursday: A 30 percent chance of showers before noon.
Partly sunny, with a high near 66. West northwest wind
16 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 40.
Southwest wind 6 to 10 mph.
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 73. West southwest
wind 7 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 44.
Southwest wind 7 to 13 mph.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 72. West wind
6 to 11 mph.
Saturday Night: A slight chance of showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 42.
Sunday: A slight chance of showers. Partly sunny, with
a high ne: ar 62.
Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 36.
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 65.
Tuesday: Sunny, with a high near 71.

COUNTRY LIVING

20-943

This is a custom red cedar log home built in


1978 with some later additions to make a
truly unique home in Northeast Montana. It
is surrounded by great hunting and fishing.
Fort Peck Lake is only 9 miles away with
lots of Walleye and Pike. There is a huge
living area with a large sunroom a few
steps below, nicely appointed kitchen, 500
square foot master bedroom and a full bath
that includes a steam shower and bidet.
There is also a workshop, hobby room in
the basement. Outside there is a 28 X 40
garage for your RV and cars.

CALL EARL HANDY TODAY 228-2114


www.hellandagencyinc.com

Nashua, Montana

PRICED AT $270,000

DOWN SIZING SALE: Saturday, May 2nd 7:30 am - 2:30 pm. 425 6TH
ST. N
BUZZ
PEO RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday, May 2nd, 8am - 12 noon. At the Elks
Club. NAME YOUR PRICE ON MOST ITEMS
BUZZ
SCOTTIE DAY CARE: In need of 2 employees. 1 needed immediately,
1 needed when school is out. GO TO SCOTTIE DAY CARE FOR
APPLICATIONS OR CALL 228-2334 W/ ANY QUESTIONS
BUZZ
BANK TELLER POSITION: Independence Bank, Glasgow, MT, has an
opening for a full time teller position and offering full benefits. Please
apply at 125 4th Street South. INDEPENDENCE BANK IS AN EEO
EMPLOYER/VET/DISABLED
BUZZ
HELP WANTED: Northern Lights Casino is looking for a Casino Attendant.
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE JOB SERVICE
BUZZ
HELP WANTED Part-time Cashier/Stock Person at J.R.s Party Store.
Wed., Thurs., Fri., 9:30am - 6:30pm. Must be 18 and able to lift 50 to 60 lbs.,
have excellent customer service w/ some computer experience. Requires
background check and prefer alcohol server training. Starts at $9/hr. w/
room for advancement. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT JOB SERVICE.
WALK-IN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
BUZZ
JOB OPENING: Local business has an immediate full time opening for an
Accounts Payables and Receivables person including various bookkeeping
tasks. Qualifications: proficient in the use of a computer and able to work
with software programs such as Microsoft Works, Excel and Photoshop would
be helpful. A qualified applicant must be able to maintain confidentiality, be
organized and able to work under pressure and take initiative to get work done
with minimal supervision. Wages depends on qualifications and experience.
Fringe benefits include Individual 401(k), health, eye and dental insurance.
PLEASE APPLY AT JOB SERVICE IN GLASGOW, MT.
BUZZ
EZZIES MIDTOWN is looking for a full-time employee. Starting wage
is $9.00/hr with some benefits after a 90 day probationary period. Most
shifts will be four 10 hour shifts, some night shifts (1-11pm Sun-Thurs or
2-12pm Fri & Sat) and some day shifts (9am - 7pm). Days and hours of
shifts will vary week to week. APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT
EZZIES MIDTOWN
BUZZ
FOR RENT: Spacious 3-bedroom custom home on Ft. Peck Highway.
Garage, fireplace, 1.5 bath. Refurbished interior, built-ins, new flooring.
Water and Sewer provided. No Smoking or Pets. Deposit required. (651)
490-5757
BUZZ
STORE FRONT SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE, 228-2800
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 2003 Buick Century. White w/ grey interior, air spoiler on trunk,
new tires, good runner, Take Anywhere! CD & cassette stereo. Asking
$3,700 OBO. 228-2363 OR MESSAGE.
BUZZ
TIRES FOR SALE: LT 275/65R18, LT 265/70R17. Several sets. $100 &
up. CALL 406-897-3011
BUZZ
WANTED: Ditch cleaner. V-blade or complete ditcher. 6 at end. CALL
230-2571
BUZZ
PATTYS GREENHOUSE IS OPENING THURSDAY APRIL 30TH. We
have 6 varieties of seed potatoes, onions, garlic & asparagus. We are
looking forward to seeing everyone this season.

VCCF donates to STEM

Custom Carpentry Roofing Repairs Windows Doors Kitchens Baths


Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

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

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
THURSDAY
Breakfast

Hot or Cold Cereal


PB & J Sand. Pears Milk
Lunch

Melted Cheese Sandwich


Tomato Soup Applesauce
Choice of Fruit Milk

The Valley County Community Foundation


(VCCF) recently awarded a $1,500 grant to the
Scotty STEM Program.
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,
Math) project will implement Project Lead the Way
(PLTW) curricula in the Glasgow School District in
August, 2015. PLTW training and certification of
all instructors is required prior to implementation
of the curricula. The VCCF grant will cover part
of the cost of sending a teacher for training this
summer.
Implementation of the PLTW curriculum will
provide opportunities for students to learn to think
critically, to work collaboratively, and to explore
how STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and
Math) disciplines work together.
Engaging students at a young age builds
confidence, grows interest, and puts them on course
for strong accomplishments in middle school, high
school, and beyond. Through PLTW Launch, the
program for grades K-5, and PLTW Gateway, the
program for grades 6-8, students become problem
solvers. Students use structured approaches, like
the engineering design process, and employ critical
thinking. They apply STEM knowledge, skills, and
habits of mind, learning that it is acceptable to take
risks and make mistakes. As teachers and students
learn and discover together, education becomes far
more engaging.

The Glasgow School District is grateful for the
support from VCCF and the numerous other local
organizations and individuals who have generously
donated to the Scotty STEM Program. For more
information about the Scottie STEM Program, go to
www.glasgow.k12.mt.us and visit the STEM/PLTW
page under Classes & Counselors, or contact Jim
Stone at 228-2485 or Carla Swenson at 228-2419.

Tangles

Salon

Hairstyles for All Ages


Cuts, Colors & Perms

(406) 853-5100

LeAnn
Murnion
Cosmetologist

330 4th Ave S. Glasgow, MT

Local Top 10 Meet results

Here are the local medal winners (4th place or


better) from Glasgows annual Top 10 Track & Field
Meet held at Scotty Field on April 28th.

Girls 800 Meter Run: 1 Wolff, Amanda 12 Glasgow


2:28.36; 4 Simonson, Kourtney 12 Whitewater 2:37.30
Girls 3200 Meter Run: 1 Braaten, Josie 12 Glasgow
12:13.88
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles: 1 Breigenzer, Amy 12
Glasgow 16.40
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: 3 Glasgow A 52.72
(Amanda Wolff, Jordan Kulczyk, Alex Simensen, Amy
Breigenzer)
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: 1 Glasgow A 4:21.09
(Brinlie Nielsen, Jordan Kulczyk, Alex Simensen,
Amanda Wolff
Girls Long Jump: 4 Kulczyk, Jordan 10 Glasgow 1500.00
Girls Shot Put: 4 Hughes, Dana 12 Glasgow 34-07.00
Girls Discus Throw: 4 Hughes, Dana 12 Glasgow 11100
Boys 100 Meter Dash: 2 Phillips, Benji 10 Glasgow
11.92
Boys 200 Meter Dash: 1 Nickels, Lane 11 Nashua
2:04.38; 4 Horsman, Daniel 12 Frazer 2:10.36
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: 2 Breigenzer, Luke 10
Glasgow 16.52
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles: 3 Breigenzer, Luke 10
Glasgow 41.83
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1 Glasgow A 44.78 (Benji
Phillips, Ethan Etchart, Trent Herbert, Chase Fossum)
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1 Glasgow A 3:31.77
(Benji Phillips, Luke Breigenzer, Ethan Etchart, Chase
Fossum)
Boys Triple Jump: 4 Fossum, Chase 12 Glasgow 4201.00
Boys Shot Put: 2 Johnson, Lukas 12 Hinsdale 4211.00
Boys Discus Throw: 3 Toavs, Trevor 11 Glasgow 12806
Boys Javelin Throw: 1 Phillips, Benji 10 Glasgow 18602

Get Your Sing On!

KARAOKE
This Thursday Night
April 30th
Starts at 7 p.m.

at Robyns

Nest!

Robyns
Nest
Home Decor & Fine Gifts

317 Klein Ave. 228-4646

Saturday, May 2nd


Elks Lodge

6:00 - No Host Social Hr


7:00 - Dinner Served
7:30 - Retirement Presentation

Music to Follow
Retirees To Be Honored
Roy Storkson
John Partridge
Kip Hentges

PERFECT FOR 1ST TIME HOME OWNER

1920 +/-sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms,


2 baths and hardwood floors. The fully
finished basement has two (2) additional
sleeping rooms plus a large family room.
Includes a double detached heated
garage, large deck off the kitchen, and
fully fenced back yard. Newer siding,
windows and underground sprinklers.

ASKING $149,500

#248

Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Skylark Technology/Barry Chalmers is Moving


We are moving our store front from the
Wilsons to better focus on our
Scanning for the County.
You can still reach us by phone 942-0099
Or email us at: admin@SkylarkDVD.com

Valley County Combined Campaign


Kicks off on April 25th
Its the 34th year of giving to local Valley County
Non-profit organizations.
The campaign continues until May 9th.
The 8 non-profit organizations on the Valley county Combined
Campaign this year are: American Red Cross-HiLine District, Boy
Scouts, Girl Scouts, Scottie Day Care, Valley Event Center, Valley
Respice, Womens Resource Center, and First Lutheran Pre-school.
The Valley County Combined Campaign was formed so that the
community will only be contacted once during the year for donations.
The board of directors of the Valley County Combined Campaign
thanks everyone in the community for their generous and continued
support of our organization.

THIS IS THE BEST DEAL AROUND

BUY THE SET & SAVE


Whirlpool
Washer & Dryer
SUPER
CAPACITY

$899

FOSTER PARENTS

Seeking kind individuals to provide


care for youth in our community. We
will provide training and licensure
free of cost. Once license is
obtained, a tax free income (approx.
$865/month) is available with a
placement of a youth age 0-18.

RESPITE PARENTS

Seeking kind individuals to provide


care for one or more youth for up
to 48 hours per month, per youth.
This service allows the youth and
caregivers a break in order to
relieve stress in the home. Providers
are reimbursed up to $75/month per
youth. Training and support provided.

Please contact Blythe at


(406) 228-2058 or
(406) 653-3389

ior Citizen Center


n
e
S

THURSDAY
Cooks Choice
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

F-150

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NEW ARRIVALS
Quality at a Fair Price

2015 Ford F-150 Lariat

2015 Ford Expedition

2015 Ford F-150 XLT

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Call Jerry, Josh or Norm (406) 228-2141 866-528-2141 Check us out on the web for more great deals www.hilineford.net

SPECIALS:

Heirloom Quilters May meeting Monday

Soup: HAM & BEAN


Lunch: REUBEN
Dinner: 2 pc. LIVER & ONIONS

The Heirloom Quilters monthly meeting will be


held on Monday, May 4th at the Glasgow Senior Center
starting at 7:00 p.m. with doors opening at 5:00 for early
sewing.

THURSDAY

Diamond girls back on track

WEDNESDAY

Soup: BEEF NOODLE


Lunch: STEAK PHILLY
Dinner: 8 oz. CHICKEN FRIED
STEAK

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER


Lunch: SHRIMP BASKET
Dinner: FISN-N-CHIPS

SATURDAY

Soup: COOKS CHOICE


Lunch: CHICKEN PHILLY
Dinner: 8 oz. SIRLOIN

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

Have Your Parties Here


BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO
HANG OUT!

THE HANGAR

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

After going 3-1 at the Columbus Invitational,


their lone loss to Conrad 2-0, the Scotty softball team
knocked off Class A Glendive 9-6 on a sunny Tuesday
afternoon.

Theyll be at the Havre Invitational on Saturday and
will host Sidney next Tuesday. The Glasgow Invitational,
featuring seven teams here on May 8-9, will be the final
tune-up before heading to the Eastern B/C Tournament
hosted by those Cowgirls of Conrad May 15-16. The
Scotties goal is to make it to the State Tourney in

4-H Council meets Thursday

APRIL 29 - MAY 5

SAVE

BIG
Bone-In Pork

PICINIC ROAST....................$.99/lb.
80% Lean 20% Fat

GROUND BEEF................... $2.99/lb.


Land-O-Frost 9 oz Sel. Var.

LUNCH MEAT...................... $1.99 ea.


Lloyds 15-16 oz. Sel. Var.

COOKED MEAT....................$3.99 ea.


Bar S 12 oz.

SLICED BACON...................... $1.99 ea.


Wild Dover

The monthly Valley Call the Extension Office, SOLE FILLETS.....................$6.99/lb.


County 4-H council at 228-6241 for more
meeting will be held information.
Thursday, April 30th at 5:30
The Valley County Democratic
p.m. at the Courthouse.
Central Committee County Convention
All clubs are encouraged
April 29th @ 6 p.m.
to have representation.

Valley County Courthouse


Community Room

Soup: Beef Noodle Chili


Specials:

Turkey Sub
Bacon Cheeseburger
Dine at theO
228-8006

Election rules require the chairman and


vice-chairman can not be of same sex. We
need candidates of male and female gender.
If you have concerns of what is happening
in this country for your children or
grandchildren, this may be an opportunity to
work for change. It could be more productive
than just complaining.
If you have questions, please call 263-1940

Jammin with Ken

Chinooks Ken Overcast came and joined the Holter family to play for the jam session at the VFW this past
Saturday prior to the Curt Holter Family who recently lost their home to a fire. Pictured are Joyce Holter-Miller,
Ken Overcast, Curt Holter, Cap Holter, and Myron Malnaa at the drums. Also participating in the jam was Dudley
and the Deadbeats, Vic Puchala, Leonard Swenson, Mariah Holter and Lee Borgen. After the jam session
around 100 people were served dinner followed by a live auction. A good time was had by all who attended.