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14 Looking GoodScotty quarterback Jason Thiba
rolls out of the pocket in the ea
going of the annual Red & Wh
game. It was a beautiful night fo
scrimmage and good practice
the players and referees alike. T
Scotties, anchored by 18 seniors,
looking sharp as they prep for thrst game of the season in Cols
this Saturday, August 30th to take
the Colts in a nonconference ga
with a 6:00 kickoff time. Here is
look at the remainder of their regu
season schedule (7:00 kickoff time
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Tonight:Clear, with a low around 51. Southeast wind around6 mph.
Wednesday: Sunny, with a high near 85. Southeast wind 6
to 9 mph.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 55.South southwest wind around 7 mph.
Thursday:Sunny, with a high near 87. West southwest wind
5 to 9 mph.
Thursday Night:Mostly clear, with a low around 58. Westwind 3 to 8 mph.
Friday:Sunny, with a high near 81. Northwest wind around
Friday Night:A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly clear, with a low around 56.
Saturday:A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly
sunny, with a high near 83.
Saturday Night:A chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly cloudy, with a low around 58.
Sunday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.Partly sunny, with a high near 74.
Sunday Night:A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.Partly cloudy, with a low around 53.
Labor Day:A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly sunny, with a high near 73.
Flooding continues across the area, with floodwarnings or the Milk and Musselshell Rivers, andBeaver Creek. GLASGOW At 3:40 this morning, the stage was31.7 eet but should slowly start alling this afernoon.
NASHUA At 3:30 this morning the stage was 19.0eet. Te river is orecasted to crest near 23.0 eet this
evening. TAMPICO At 3:30 this morning the stage was22.7 eet and is orecasted to rise above flood stage o 23eet by Tursday. BEAVER CREEK, HINSDALE At 3:30 thismorning the stage was 19.4 eet and is orecasted toslowly all through the week. It should all below floodstage Saturday morning.
MUSSELSHELL RIVER, MOSBY Crested at14.36 eet at 7:00 p.m. Monday, and now orecasted toall below flood stage by Wednesday afernoon.
Stay tuned to NOAA weather radio, as well aswater.weather.gov or updates on latest river stagesand orecasts. I you come across a flooded road, urnAround, Dont Drown!
Te Valley County Pioneer Museum will bechanging to all schedule on uesday, September 2nd.Te Museum will be open uesdays Fridays, 1:00 5:00. Special arrangements or visits can be made bycalling 228-8692; leave a message.
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Both the Red & White volleyball match and ootballscrimmage were very well attended last night and Scottyans witnessed some impressive talent. It elt like a crispautumn evening, perect or all sports (even thoughthe days warm back up this week with highs back in theupper 80s on Wednesday).
Te ootball scrimmage was dominated by someoutstanding deense as the scoreboard showed asdarkness set in: all tied up at 0-0 although there wasa touchdown called back due to a penalty. Our localofficiating crew including a ew new aces did a verygood job o calling every penalty they saw to get theScotties prepared, including the new targeting rulewhich will be penalized as illegal personal contact: Taking aim with the helmet, forearm, hand,
fist, elbow or shoulders to initiate contact above theshoulders, which goes beyond making a legal tackle, alegal block or playing the ball, will be prohibited.
Te Scots have nine regular season games on theschedule, the most regular season games in schoolhistory according to Athletic Director Brenner Flaten. Looking at the Scotty Homecoming game againstnemesis Baker, the Spartans open their season at homewith Wol Point on September 5th. Glasgow will alreadyhave two games in when Baker comes to Scottyville.
wo teams automatically advance out o the District2B which the Scotties are looking to dominate tothe MHSA Playoffs. I they can capture the District2B title, Glasgow will host a first-round playoff gameagainst the #2 team rom District 7B (Tompson Falls,Eureka, Bigork, roy or Plains).
A Scotty ootball bonus: ninegames on the regular season
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and together they armed in Raymond, Montana, beore
moving to Plentywood. Like so many o her contemporaries,Verdas experiences during the Great Depression and WorldWar II remained vivid throughout her lietime and shapedthe woman she would become--resilient, determined, anddevoted.
Roy passed away afer a long illness in 1961. Verdathen moved her amily to Glasgow where she worked orthe J.C. Penny Co. rom 1962 through 1979 in the businessoffice and as the catalog supervisor. During these years,three o her children (Shannon Hoffarth, Vernita HoffarthAres, and Jeanine Hoffarth Markle) graduated rom GlasgowHigh School. In 1979, she transerred with the company toCaliornia, where she worked until her retirement.
Although Verda resided in Caliornia or the remaindero her lie, her roots in the Montana prairie and her love oher extended amily and large circle o riends who live there
brought her back to the state as ofen as possible. Alwayscurious and engaged, she enjoyed interests rom gardeningto ballroom dancing to writing to sewing, and shared thementhusiastically with all she met. Te Glasgow High School Educational rust is honoredto add Verda Hoffarth Stewarts name to its permanent listthrough the love and generosity o her grandsons, extendedamily, and riends.
Whenever the trust receives donations in honor,recognition, or memory o a particular individual or groupthat total $500 in value, a gif is made to a student or theschool in that name. Donations that total $10,000 in valueprovide an annual naming opportunity in perpetuity.
Te Glasgow High School Educational rust was established
in 1964 by members o the GHS Class o 1938. Teir dream 50years ago was to establish a und that could significantly help
GHS graduates pursue higher education and thereby a betterway o lie. With assets now totaling over $4.2 million dollars, itis sae to say that their dreams have been realized.
Since its inception, the trust has granted 2026 gifs tohundreds o different GHS graduates to help pay tuition, ees,and other expenses. Te overwhelming majority o studentsreceive multiple gifs. o date, the total value o student gifsis $1,728,650.20. In addition to the gifs made each year to individualstudents, the GHS Educational rust also makes gifs to GHS topurchase enrichment programs and equipment that cannot befinanced within the regular school budget. Every departmento GHS has received such gifs, which benefit all students aswell as members o the community at large when they attendevents at the school or use its resources. Ninety-nine gifstotaling $190,308.33 have been granted to the school.
Drew and Dirk both benefited rom the gifs made toGHS to support all students, and they appreciate the trustsmission. Teir mother, Jeanine Hoffarth Markle, a trusteesince 1985, is the current Chie Executive Office o the trust,and their paternal grandmother, Lois Wilson Markle, was aounding trustee and administrator or 36 years. Te brothershave observed firsthand what a difference 50 years o devotedcommunity service can make.
GHS graduates who are pursuing higher education atthe baccalaureate or vocational/ technical level may applyor financial assistance through a semi-annual applicationprocess administered by the trustees. All applicantsmust have completed at least one year o college or onesemester o vocational school, be ull-time students in good
academic standing, and ulfill other requirements listedon the application available on the trusts website at www.ghsedutrust.org. Financial need has always been a primaryconsideration. Application deadlines are July 1st and October15th o each year. Te next semi-annual meeting will beheld in November. Te trustees would like to encourage allqualified graduates o Glasgow High School to apply.
At its regular semi-annual meeting, the trusteesreviewed 35 applications or gifs rom students and threerequests rom the school. It was the consensus o the Boardthat more students should be applying. rustees awarded theollowing gifs or the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters:
First Time Recipients: Danielle Belleau Dakota College at Bottineau Fall - IHO Everett &
Elizabeth Breigenzer Spring IHO Everett & Elizabeth Breigenzer
Griffin Bengochea Bismarck State College-Fall- IMO Verda HoffarthStewart Spring IMO Verda Hoffarth Stewart
Alaina Cole-Montana State University-Bozeman Fall IHO Bill andPeggy Pattison Spring IHO Bill and Peggy Pattison
Debra Griebel University of North Dakota Fall IHO Mens
Morning Fellowship Group Spring IRO Tom and Flora Coghlan Family Jami Johnson Montana State University Bozeman Fall IMO
James Jamie Fewer Spring IHO Class of 1958 Jessica Mehling University of Great Falls Fall IHO Class of 1992
and Friends Spring IMO Cecil and Chloe Toftness
Taylor Odenbach Montana State University-Bozeman Fall IROValley Bank Spring IMO Peter J. Grobel
Alex Page University of Montana Fall IMO Arthur and AudreyParke Spring IMO Arthur and Audrey Parke
Kristina Rauscher University of Great Falls Fall IMO RosalieHolding Spring IHO Stan Andersen Family
Taylor Strommen Western Governors University Fall IHO BerylPehlke Spring IRO Herb & Lucille Friedl FamilySecond Time Recipeints:
Devyn Bell Gonzaga University Fall IHO Ken R. Gilbert Spring IRO Russel & Arlene Heacox
Kirsten Bense Montana State University-Northern Fall IMORobert Bob Farrell Spring IMO Robert Bob Farrell
Emily Etchart University of Montana Spring IMO Dr. F. M. &Bernice Knierim
Joshua McIntyre Carroll College Fall - IHO Randy Andersen Spring IHO Mitch McCleery
Samantha Arneson Metcalf - Carrington College Fall IMO Lila
Moen Sanders & IHO Phyllis Moen Sanguine Spring IMO MaxineFiedler
Tyana Rasmusan Montana Tech UM Fall IHO Dorothy Kolstad Spring IHO Dorothy Kolstad
Samuel W. Smith University of Utah Fall IRO Glenn & Carolee
Grina Wallem Spring IRO Paul & Joyce Ruffcorn Jacobson
Shelby Stormer University of Montana Missoula Fall IHO James& Ailene Dokken Olk Spring IMO Erik Walstad Melissa Unger University of Montana Missoula Fall IHO O. E. &
Lois Markle Family Spring - IMO Marsha Cotton HallThird Time Recipients:
Sarah Cassel - North Dakota State University Fall - IHO Sever &Esther Enkerud Spring IHO Sever and Esther Enkerud
Sienna Dailey Minot State University Fall IHO Bill & Peggy
Pattison Spring IMO Leonard H. & Kathryn L. Langen Marina Hansen Montana State University Bozeman Fall IMO
GHS Trustcontinued rom ront
Dr. Nancy Lee Etchart Spring IMO L. J. & Jean B Jeffrey Irving Montana State University - Bozem
Phyllis Kleppin - Spring IRO Stannebein Family Ethan Kliewer UM-College of Technology Fall I
& Mary Lou Alley Wagenhals Spring IRO Beatric Dara Morehouse University of North Dakota
Leistiko Murphy Spring IMO Ardis Parke Fuhrma Ashley Roness University of Montana Fall IM
Knight Spring IRO Vern & Edna Richardson Fam
Tiffany Wetzel Montana State University Billings & Audrey Parke Spring - IRO John & Catherine E
Fourth Time Recipients Walter Belleau Montana State University Billin
Horace O. & Emma C. Gamas Spring IMO Harry Alacia Cole UM Skaggs School of Pharmacy
F. & Anne Hoffmann Spring IRO LeRoy & Bess Simon Helland University of Montana-Missoula
and Chloe Toftness Spring IMO Cecil and Chloe
Gifts to Glasgow High Schoo Scanner for Science Department IRO James &
PLTW Laptop for Industrial Arts Department IMO R Adobe Creative Suite Software for Business Depa
Class of 1972.
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Speakingon the flood Says Buddy Cornwellwhile discussing this latestflood to bless us in lateAugust:
Tere are two wordsthat should not be in thedictionary Always andNever.
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MAJORLY DYNAMICS of ST. MARIE
OPINION-I must comment on the recently postedNo respass Signs in the MCP (single story) streets oSt.Marie as well as some buildings. rying to reducevandalism and damage to private property is good. Butattempting to obstruct the use o streets and the travel opolice, fire, and ambulance vehicles is not good. Great
attention to some will come i actions and tempestuousacts become more apparent. STUDY- Factual answers and expertrecommendations were offered in recent study done bya consultant (with considerable background) broughtto St. Marie. Te gentleman was a Certified FraudExaminer, a retired Federal Management Auditor,with the U.S. GAO (General Accounting Office, to keepCongress inormed), a ormer Regional InspectorGeneral, and a Marine VFW member. Tis studyrecommended that St. Marie should appeal to the officeo the Attorney General o the State o Montana to sendan INVESIGAOR to examine into the actions o allo the investors to determine the extent to which thereare and have been attempts to deraud the community
and individuals o their rights and unds. ANSWER- DMs Merrill Frantz expressed his#1 concern regarding St. Marie issues. He stated thatCourt Orders are needed to clear up St. Marie propertytitles. Te ollowing will shed light on the matter:1. SMCA (St. Marie Condo Assoc.) property titles are
clean, the question relates to all OHERS. One needjust ollow the sequential order o property title re-conveyances starting rom Pat Kellys abdication oresponsibility o maintaining the grounds in tracts 4and 5 by deeding all land in tracts 4 and 5 to SMCA.
2. Kelly exercised his Declarant Right (which hasnow expired) in a property contraction action,removing many condo units rom NVCCA (NorthValley County Condo Assoc) and placing them inan inventory status.
3. He did property swaps with Bethea separating outand orming two groups o properties. (questionableaction)
4. Ten subsequently lost some condos to tax liensales.
5. Lost property taken in attempted bankruptcyproceedings.
Letter to the Buzz6. Ten comes his properties involved in past and
current litigation.7. Ten comes additional convoluted activities o
multiple recordings on the same property.8. Contracts, options, mis recordings relating to
different condo associations.9. Various liens, mortgages, indentures.10. Numerous deed corrections made on t he same
property. (questionable)11. Finally, litigation SILL in progress involving the
developers- GMS, DM, SMDC, and NSM. (somealready DENIED or DISMISSED lawsuits)..... and
they talk o clearing titles? GOOD LUCK? COMMENT-Hal o these issues have ALREADYbeen ruled on with COUR ORDERS resulting. Terest o the mess is current activity and current litigationamong the 4 developers! Again I say, Good LuckFellas.
OPINION-Id like to see some olks act with moreintegrity and character instead o using manipulationand trickery and call it good business. Te eyes omany remain ocused on such tomoolerish olks and inthe end Justice will Prevail. ~Nick Chiechi -the Due Diligent guy