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    2S&YPPPublished by BS Central

    515 2nd Ave. S Glasgow, MT 59230406-228-4558 fax: 406-228-4578

    Vol. 4, No. 131 Tuesday, August 1

    8, 2015

    She can sing!Among the many highlights of the 2015 Northeast Montana Relay for Life was Jessica (Jimison) Heir lending her vocal talents up on stage. Wow! If you recall from the summer of 2012 as a 26-year-old, Jessie went to Chicago to audition

    for American Idol. Out of thousands of hopefuls, she made the cut. However she declined the trip to Hollywood as she had too many other irons in the fire. Hopefully shell come back for the 2016 Northeast Montana Relay for Life!

    With a confirmed case of rabies in a bat in Valley County last week, state and local public health officials remind all Montanans to be aware of the risk for exposure to rabies this time of year.

    Rabies is a fatal viral disease that attacks the central nervous system of warm blooded animals but it is also preventable. The rabies virus is carried in the saliva of infected animals and is usually

    transmitted to people and other animals from the bite of a rabid animal. Although exposures can occur anytime, spring and summer are the seasons when

    DPHHS urges caution regarding rabies exposures

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    105 Min. 131 Min.

    DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSONFREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS

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    by Andi Buckley Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the Relay this weekend! This event was nothing less than a success and it couldnt have happened without each one of you! Some fun facts about your 2015 relay are: 17 teams; 80 survivors; 130 at survivor dinner; 120 registered team members; Over 1000 luminaria; Goal- $51,500; Raised $53,169. 00 and funds are still coming in. Amazing race was super fun, had 5 teams for that. I had planned on giving you the following information at Relay but we ran out of stage time! It should help answer some of the questions of where does the money go, and how do the funds help your communities. I often hear the question: Does Relay For Life money stay local? The answer is yes, but not in the way you would expect. Everything the American Cancer Society does benefits everyone in the Northeastern Montana Communities. The American Cancer Society provides funds for cutting-edge research that can lead to better treatments and God- willing, a cure for cancer. The toll free information line is available in every community providing people with free information. All other ACS services are provided when and where a member of Northeastern Montana needs it. For example, if you are radiation therapy you will not be treated in Glasgow. Rather, you must go to Sidney, Williston or Billings. ACS is there to help you find free lodging, apply for gas cards and be provided with a FREE wig or prothesesis. Only the American Cancer Society has the scope and expertise to take this comprehensive of an approach to finishing the fight against cancer. So even if some of the money you raise helps a researcher in another state investigate a new cancer treatment or to fund the development of a new program or service, everyone in your community will still benefit from that. The Northeastern Montana Relay for LIfe has made upwards of $35,000 while the Yellowstone county event makes over $600,000. Yet both communities share in the money equally based on who needs it at any given time.

    RESEARCH Northeastern Montana RFL donations help find cancers causes and cures through groundbreaking research: ACS is the largest nonprofit funder of cancer research, contributing to nearly every major cancer research breakthrough in recent history. ACS fills a unique need, funding young investigators that have trouble getting funding for new ideas. ACS track record consists of 47 Nobel Prize winners early in their careers demonstrate ACSs The drug

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    & Saturday

  • Mick Reyling raised the 1,355-pound Heavyweight Grand Champion and Overall Grand Champion Market Beef. Norm Sillerud of Hi-Line Ford will be grilling Grand Champion rib-eyes, as he purchased Micks steer for $3.35 per pound.

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    Cake Walk Face PaintingOther Fun Games

    There will be Free Backpacks and School supplies for

    those that need it

    Glasgow Irrigation District

    Glasgow Irrigation will no longer be receiving water from Fresno or Nelson Reservoirs after August 25, 2015 due to a decision made by the Milk River Joint Board of Control. Irrigation will continue until the main canal is empty.

    Senior Citizen Center