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Sealing the Deal

Scotty Coach Norm Braaten had high-fives all around


as Glasgow got the job done Friday night in handling
Harlem 50-41. Down by as many as 13 points midway
through the second quarter, the Scotties slowly clawed
their way back into the game and trailed the Wildcats
31-29 heading into the fourth quarter. It was Super
Hero Night, and if we were to pick a hero, it would have
to be Chase Hughes, as he hit four clutch freethrows
with under a minute left to help seal the deal.
The victory over Harlem also guaranteed the
Scotty boys a trip to the Boys Northern B Divisional
Tournament in Malta. With only five teams in the
District 2B Tournament, there will be a play-in game.
Right now, it looks like this, according to GHS Athletic

Director Brenner Flaten: Malta #1, Glasgow #2, Poplar


#3, Harlem #4 and Wolf Point #5. Harlem and Poplar
could switch since they play each other. Wolf Point and
either Harlem or Poplar will play in the play-in game.
The Scotty girls, whipping up on the Wildcats 63-40 on
Friday night, also have a lock on Divisional: Malta #1,
Glasgow #2, Wolf Point #3, Harlem #4 and Poplar #5.
Poplar has the chance to move to number 4, but either
way Harlem and Poplar will play the play-in game.
The Scotties finish up the regular season on the road,
traveling to Malta this Thursday and to Wolf Point on
Friday, and will then host the District 2B Tournament
slated for February 25-27.

TUESDAY

SPECIALS:

Fried Egg & Ham


Sandwich on Sourdough

Soup: Beef Veggie


Lunch: Bacon Cheeseburger
Dinner: 8 oz. Chicken Fried
Steak

Soup: Potato Chili


Specials:

Turkey Sub

Dine at theO

Jan. 29 - Feb. 4

SHOWINGS
228-9239

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

4:00 - 7:00 - 9:15

HELD
OVER

PG

Martial arts action and some mild rude humor.

Crude sexual content and language


throughout and for drug use

DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON

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

228-8006

Tacos tonight

A taco dinner will


be held tonight from
4:30 - 6:30 at Nashuas
Our Redeemer Lutheran
Church. Free will offerings
will be accepted and used
for local needs. All are
welcome to attend.

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Soup: Chicken Noodle


Lunch: Steak Philly
Dinner: 2 pc. Liver & Onion

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

16th Annual MonDak Pulse Plus Day in Wolf Point


All interested producers are
invited to attend the 16th Annual
MonDak Pulse Day, which has been
set for Tuesday, February 16 at the
Elks Club in Wolf Point, MT to learn
about the latest on the production,
marketing, and utilization of pulse
crops. Registration for the event will
begin at 8:30 am Mountain or 9:30
am Central time with the program
beginning hour later. Registration
fee are $20 per person, payable at the
door.
With pulse crops being one of
the few crops that project a positive
return for the 2016 growing season,
it is anticipated that pulse crop acres
will expand in 2016 and the theme
for this years Pulse Day is Keys to a
Successful Pulse Crop.
One of the keys to successful
pulse crop production is weed
control. Brian Jenks, North Dakota
State University Weed Scientist
with the North Central Research
Extension Center in Minot, ND,
and Ed Davis, Agriculture Specialist
in Cropland Weed Research from
Montana State University will cover
topics and issue related to weed

control in pulse crops including the


increasing problem with narrowleaf
hawksbeard.
Also on the agenda will be Dr.
Frayne Olson, NDSU Extension Crop
Marketing Economist. Dr. Olson
conducts programs and research in
crop marketing and market analysis,
crop contracting, and risk management
and will be providing a market outlook
for pulse crops.
As there are some disease
considerations with pulse crop
production, Mary Burrows, plant
pathology specialist from Montana
State University Extension will discuss
Pulse Disease Diagnostics. There will
also be a variety and research update
and discuss on other considerations
for successful pulse crop production
from MSU specialists and extension
agents.
A pulse crop industry update
will be provided by Shannon Berndt,
executive director of the Northern
Pulse Growers Association. One
important item that should be noted
in regard to the pulse crop industry
is that 2016 has been declared the
International Year of the Pulses by

the United Nations. This designation


is designed to promote the value
and utilization of pulse crops, raise
awareness of their health benefits, foster
enhanced research capabilities, and
show the complementation of pulses
in crop rotations. It is anticipated that
this year long event will give longevity
to pulses in the North American diet
with the potential for greatly increased
demand.
An expanded trade show being
coordinated by the Northern Pulse
Growers Association will also be held
in conjunction with Pulse Day with 25
to 30 exhibitors expected for the show.

Door prize drawings will be held
throughout the day with the program
expected to conclude around 2:30 pm.
MonDak Pulse Day is open
to the public and was organized by
MSU & NDSU Extension Agents
in northeastern Montana and
northwestern North Dakota with the
program annually rotating between
Montana and North Dakota. For more
information on Pulse Day, please
contact the any of the local county
extension offices in northeastern
Montana.

Prices Effective:
February 3-9, 2016

Savings
Cloverdale 28 oz.

Don Pancho 20 oz. Bag

Pepsi or Coca Cola Products

Red Button Vintage Creamery 56 oz. Sel. Var.

Hillshire Farm 12-14 oz. Sel. Var.

Pringles Chips Sel. Var.

Boneless Beef

Bulk

La Mexicana 16 oz. Sel. Var.

Western Family 12 oz.

Boneless Beef Family Pack

DiGiorno 22.1-34.2 oz. Sel. Var.

TANGY SUMMER SAUSAGE.....$5.99 ea.


12 PACK CANS...........................4/$12
SMOKED SAUSAGE.......................2/$5
TRI TIP ROAST OR STEAKS......$5.99 lb.
SALSA.........................................2/$4
TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS..............$3.99 lb.

CORN TORTILLA CHIPS...........$3.39 ea.


PREMIUM ICE CREAM...................2/$7
SNACKS.......................................4/$5
HOT WINGS...........................$2.99 lb.
SLICED BACON.............................2/$5
PIZZAS.......................................$3.99

Above freezing
daytime temps
continue

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24. Northwest


wind around 7 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 40. West northwest
wind 5 to 7 mph.
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 24. Light
and variable wind.
Wednesday: Sunny, with a high near 42. Light and variable
wind becoming west northwest 5 to 7 mph in the afternoon.
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23.
North northeast wind around 8 mph.
Thursday: Partly sunny, with a high near 37. East southeast
wind around 8 mph.
Thursday Night: A slight chance of rain or freezing rain
before 11pm, then a slight chance of snow showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 22.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 34.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23.
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 40.
Saturday Night: A slight chance of rain or freezing rain.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 26.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 42.

Fort Peck Summer Theatre


Sunday, February 28th 11am-1pm
At the GHS Auditorium

Present a short song & monologue!


406-228-9216 fptheatre@nemont.net www.fortpecktheatre.org

Licensed & Insured

General Construction Nashua, MT


Anthony Bengochea 406-942-0538
BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ
TRINITY TECHNOLOGY GROUP seeks professional and career oriented
individuals for Transportation Security Officers in Glendive, Sidney, Wolf
Point, Glasgow, and Havre, MT. Excellent salary, part-time positions with
full benefits. Duties: providing security and protection of air traveling
passengers and the public. Requirements: High School diploma or
equivalent, proficiency in the English language, pass medical and drug
screening, and background checks. TO APPLY GO TO HTTP://WWW.
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BUZZ
SCOTTIE DAY CARE: Is looking for a part time employee. APPLY AT
SCOTTIE DAY CARE
BUZZ
HOUSE FOR SALE: 1300 6th St. South. Beautiful, serene acreage, sits on
3.48 acres just south of Glasgow. The house is 2528 sq. ft. Many outbuilding.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 230-2355
BUZZ
COUNTRY LIVING RIGHT OUTSIDE OF GLASGOW: 2 BR, 2 Bath,
office, 2 car garage home. No pets, No smoking. CALL MIKE 425-6525332 BUZZ
FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 BR, bath and 3/4, remodeled kitchen, oak cabinets
new stove/fridge, fenced in yard, garage door opener. $550 rent, $29,500
sale. St. Marie. Call 406-524-3742
BUZZ
For Rent: 3 BR, 1 bath, attached garage, on one floor. Nice place
to live, recently updated, with newer appliances, paint and carpet $550
plus utilities. Pets are welcome. Located 75 North Star, St. Marie. Call
Helland Agency 228-2114
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 1 BR, 1 bath apartment. Recently updated with all new
flooring and paint. Comfortable and affordable. $475 plus utilities. No
pets no smoking. Located 90 US HWY 2 East Glasgow. CALL HELLAND
AGENCY 228-2114
BUZZ
FOR RENT: In Downtown Glasgow, furnished Suites; 1 BR, 2 BR, & 3 BR.
CALL 228-2800
BUZZ
COUNTRY LIVING RIGHT OUTSIDE OF GLASGOW: 2 BR, 2 Bath, office,
2 car garage home. No pets, No smoking. CALL MIKE 425-652-5332
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 16 X 6 gooseneck, 2002 trailer, 14 ply tires. $2,000. 7 X 18
gooseneck stock trailer S.S. 1991. $2,000 CALL 230-0223
BUZZ
NASHUA ALL SCHOOL REUNION: Is looking for caterers to prepare and
500 to 700 people for: Banquet (buffet style) at the Nashua School at 5:00
pm on Saturday July 9, 2016. Picnic in Kiwanis Park at noon on Sunday
July 10, 2016 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE CONTACT PAT
HALLETT AT 746-3353 OR EMAIL phallett@nemont.net OR SMOKEY
& VIVIAN STOVER AT 746-3364 OR EMAIL smokey2@nemont.net BY
MARCH 1, 2016

Make HIM or HER


your VALENTINE
with a gift from

Hi-Line Ford.

NORTHEAST MONTANAS FORD HEADQUARTERS

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

Glasgow Rec Dept

TUMBLING
CLASS
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by Lori Da

FOR 3-5 S
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YEAR OL

Class will be every


Tuesday & Thursday
2-2:45pm

Starts Feb. 16 - Ends March 10

Cost $25.00

Pick up registration at GRD, 319 3rd St. S


Registration deadline: February 12
Please dress accordingly:
T-shirts, shorts & socks

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
TUESDAY
Breakfast
Hot or Cold Cereal Banana Bread
Oranges Milk
Lunch
Melted Cheese Sandwich Green Beans
Beef Barley Soup Peaches
Choice of Fruit Milk

or Citizen Center

Seni

TUESDAY

Lasagna

Call for reservation by 10 AM


228-9500

Letter to the Buzz

Sandwich
of the Week

Is technology screwing up society?


I sit out here on the hill, all by myself, except for
some occasional TV and the INTERNET.

The internet has become my lifeline to the world,
but it has also become a source of a very daunting
question........... Are people REALLY that damned
stupid?
The head honcho in Germany comes to
mind..........She wants to do wonderful stuff..........
help out the less fortunate, the poor refugees.......
then when they terrorize her country.....blame the
citizenry..........???
American Liberals who stand up for, and
support Black Lives Matter when they terrorize
communities, but object when Americans stand up
against the Bureau of Land Management........any
coincidence they are both the BLM?
Have we been given too much? Is life so easy
that a little bump in the road needs to be answered
by The Government will take care of it?. Im kind
of feeling like the Uni-Bomber in that Im feeling
technology may be screwing up society.
Im one of those people who grew up playing
outside, not on a playstation or xbox or computer or
smartphone. Is that why I see things differently, or is
it just old age?
I see people on TV pleading for the masses to
help out some charity with a cash donation, and
statistically, those that donate the most are the ones
who can least afford it. Why dont those rich celebs
just write a check and keep their mouths shut?
Im also troubled by folks who try and stuff
their thinking down your throat. Dont try and sell
me with surveys and polls, I spent years in the radio
business and learned how those kind of numbers can
be manipulated.

If my understanding of things is so far off, why
is it all my friends and neighbors feel the same way?
I hate it when some politician or celebrity gets on TV
and says the American people feel...............bullshit,
they never talked to me.
So if you ever wonder why some Vets choose
to take their own lives take a look at how society is
treating America.

Jon A. Blockhus

Hawaiian
Chicken

Hwy 2 West 228-2997

Winter Hours

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

OPHEIM
This home in Opheim, Montana
has some potential to be a great
family home. Three bedrooms
and two baths with ample living
area. Has two detached garages
on a large city lot. Mature trees
surround the house.

CALL 228-2114 TODAY


www.hellandagencyinc.com

20-954

Asking only
$69,500

Fort Peck Fine Arts Council presents...


THE GLASS MENAGERIE
By Tennessee Williams
7:00 PM

Fri, Feb 26Cottonwood Inn $25

Light appetizers & decadent desserts incl.

Sat, Feb 27Soma Dis Deli $15

Beer/wine & menu items avail. for purchase.

Special performance by GHS Swing Choir!


406-228-9216 fptheatre@nemont.net www.fortpecktheatre.org

Fishermans Paradise
1.8 acres of deeded land along
Hwy. 243 across from Sleeping
Buffalo. 2560 sq. ft., 4 bedroom,
2 bath, 1991 double wide on a
1026 sq. ft. basement. Located
next to Nelson Reservoir. Call for
details or an appointment.
RZ Realty,
Rocky Zimdars broker 263-8352

FOR SALE BY OWNER


On the north side. Very
nice remodeled and
completely updated one
bedroom, 1 bathroom
house. Detached large
garage, private deck with
nice yard and an iron
picket fence.
Price Reduced

Call 2634385

The wrestling season came to a screeching halt for some of our Scotty grapplers this past Saturday. The good news
is that the post season continues for our two seniors, and a young team gets more opportunities in the years ahead.

Four Scotties qualify for


State Wrestling Tourney


Glasgow was in Poplar for the Eastern B/C Wrestling
Tournament this past Saturday where the Colstrip Colts
galloped away with the team title in scoring 232.5 points
and are no doubt poised at winning the state title.

Huntley Project was in a very distant second with
127 points; Shepherd 115; Baker 88; Glasgow in fifth
with 87; Forsyth 86; Broadus 34; Circle 31; Wolf Point
25; and Poplar 19.
Individually, four Scotties wrestled their way to
State. Gabe Hallock (103 pounds) and Matt Reyling
(113 pounds) became the 170th & 171st Divisional
Wrestling Champions in school history on Saturday.

Also making the trip are seniors Mick Reyling and
Cody King. Mick placed 2nd at 138 pounds and Cody
took 3rd at 145 pounds.
At 126 pounds, junior Kasey Seyfert placed 5th;
160 pounds, freshman Alex Hallock 6th; 170 pounds,
freshman Trevor Overvold 5th; 182 pounds, freshman
Terrick Sanders 6th; and at 205 pounds, freshman Jaden
Hughes 6th.
Matt, Gabe, Mick and Cody will now represent
Glasgow this coming weekend at the All Class Wrestling
Tournament at the Billings Metra.

SPACIOUS HOME ON NORTH SIDE!


4 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS HOME LOCATED ON THE
NORTHSIDE OF GLASGOW. 1311 =/- SQ. FT. ON
THE MAIN LEVEL, AND 1311 ON THE LOWER
LEVEL. LARGE MASTER BEDROOM WITH
WALK IN CLOSETS AND LARGE FAMILY ROOM,
NEW CARPET THROUGHOUT, REMODELED
TILE BATHS, OPEN AND SPACIOUS DINING
AND LIVING. PRIVATE FENCED BACK YARD
WITH DECK, 2 CAR GARAGE WITH PLENTY OF
PARKING.

ASKING $248,000

#261
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

We have great Valentine Gifts


Candy , Decor, Jewelry, Bathrobes, Lotions, Candles &
so Much More

Easter ItemsBunnies, Decorative Eggs, Kitchen


Towels, Tablecloths & Easter Baskets.

From Tuesday Feb. 9th - Feb. 17th. Every purchase will be put into a
drawing for a chance to win prizes. Winner will be announced after our:

Moving the Nest Sale.

Which will be Feb. 18th - Feb. 19th 9 am-5:30pm &


Feb. 20th 9 am-3 pm .
The sale will be held in our garage storage unit which is located in the
alley behind Plains Plaza.