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    & East Side School resource classroom aides. 7 hours/dwages $10.43/hr for 3 months & $12.29 thereafter, vacaretirement. For classifed personnel application Open unscreening will take place 8/14/14. CONTACT RACHEL 2419) & MIKE ZOANNI (263-7525; 228-8268). WE AOPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


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    Answ er : he ability to tell a perto hell in such a way that they l ooto the trip.

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    through FridayTonight:Mostly clear, with a low around 63. East wind 6

    to 11 mph.Wednesday:Partly sunny, with a high near 94. East wind9 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

    Wednesday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers andthunderstorms after 7pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around

    66. East southeast wind 8 to 13 mph, with gusts as high

    as 18 mph.

    Thursday: A 20 percent chance of showers and

    thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 95. East

    wind 8 to 10 mph.

    Thursday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers andthunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 65. East

    northeast wind 7 to 9 mph.

    Friday: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms,mainly after 1pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 92. East

    wind 5 to 7 mph.

    Friday Night:A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

    Mostly cloudy, with a low around 63.

    Saturday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partlysunny, with a high near 87.

    Saturday Night:A chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly cloudy, with a low around 60.

    Sunday:A slight chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with ahigh near 87.

    Sunday Night:Partly cloudy, with a low around 60.

    Monday:A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly sunny, with a high near 87.

    Valley County ransit and the Valley CountyCouncil on Aging have planned a 3 day/2 night trip onSeptember 16 - 18th to 4-Bears Casino in New own,North Dakota.

    Cost per person is $145 (dbl) occupancy or $200(sgl) which includes your bus transportation and motelroom. Te casino will provide promotional credits and

    ree ood and drink coupons to each person.Reservations and payment are due by noon on

    Friday, August 29th. Call Valley County ransit at 228-RIP (8747) to reserve your seat.

    Another Run to 4 Bears planned

    Sloppy Joes and a drink or $5.00 will be served onFriday, August 15th under the National Guard canopyin the First Community Bank Courtyard (2nd AvenueSouth in Glasgow).

    Proceeds will go or items to send to the troopsoverseas. According to Jackie Bird, organizer, it costsroughly $50 to fill a box with goodies and $15.45 inpostage to mail the box. Jackie is currently mailingboxes to 18 soldiers. So, please stop by this Friday orlunch and support a great cause. Oh, and just a little note? Jackies Sloppy Joes arem-m-m-m good!

    i you would use them again this year; they will still fil lit up with the back-to-school supplies.

    I you have a child within the community whowould like to receive a new backpack filled with back-to-school supplies (or fill up your used backpack) hereswhat you do: Give BS Central, Home o the Buzz,a call at 228-4558. Include the students name, grade (so the schoolsupplies are appropriate or the classroom), gender, anda contact number and well leave a pencil under thepillow, luring in the backpack erries. Te backpacks orsupplies can be picked up at Buzz headquarters uponcompletion o all orders.

    Backpacks and/or school supplies will be givenon a first-come, first-served basis. Once again, this isa completely anonymous program designed or ourcommunity kids grades 1-12.

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    Tere will be a social on Tursday, August 14throm 10:00 a.m. to noon at the East Side school to let thepublic take a sneak peek at the remodeling job. Everyoneis welcome to see the finished product.

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    Hot Beef

    Te Climate Prediction Center (CPC) releasedits updated three month outlook or temperature andprecipitation across the U.S. Te outlook calls orincreased chances or below average temperaturesacross northeast Montana and eastward into theNorthern Plains and Upper Midwest during the monthso August, September, and October (but so ar Augusthas been pretty toasty).

    Tose looking or hotter weather into the all willhave to look toward the Southeast, the Western U.S., and/or Alaska. Tose are the regions where above averagetemperatures are expected or the next three months. For precipitation chances, most o the state oMontana can expect equal chances or above or belowaverage precipitation with probabilities too low to makeany specific call.

    Under the Big Sky

    Will it start cooling off soon?

    I lawyers are disbarred and clergymen derocked,doesnt it ollow that electricians can be delighted,musicians denoted, cowboys deranged, modelsdeposed and dry cleaners depressed? Laundry workerscould decrease, eventually becoming depressed anddepleted! Even more, bedmakers will be debunked, baseballplayers will be debased, landscapers will be deflowered,bulldozer operators will be degraded, organ donorswill be delivered, sofware engineers will be detested,the BVD company will be debrieed, and e ven musicalcomposers will eventually decompose. And on a more positive note, perhaps we canhope politicians will be devoted.

    What if....

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    Facing criticism rom the public,a water drawdown planned to beginthis Friday at Paulo Reservoir 12 milessouthwest o Glasgow has been postponed,Bureau o Land Management officials saidthis morning. Te postponement will allow moremanagement options to be consideredas Montana Fish, Wildlie and Parksand BLM staff work to enhance

    fishing opportunities at the popularimpoundment located about 12 milessouth o Glasgow off Bentonite Road. Te agencies had initially planned torid the pond o an inestation o carp bydraining the reservoir with pumps overthree weeks, then digging portions o thereservoir deeper or adding structure.

    Te reservoir has been managed

    or bluegill and largemouth bass. Butthe carp have caused water conditionsto deteriorate, said Steve Dalbey, FWPRegion 6 fisheries program manager. Carp stir up the water and make itmuddy, which in turn leads to a decreasein reservoir productivity, Dalbey said.As a result, bass and bluegill growth andsurvival have been extremely poor thepast several years.

    Critics said there was no publicinvolvement in the decision and littleexploration o options other than drainingthe pond. Questions or concerns about thefisheries improvement project can bedirected to FWPs Region 6 headquartersat 406-228-3700 or BLMS Glasgow FieldOffice at 406-228-3750.

    Agencies to rethink draining Paulo

    A man absolutelyhated his wies cat anddecided to get rid o himone day by driving him 20blocks rom his home andleaving him at the park. As he was gettinghome, the cat was walkingup the driveway. Te next day hedecided to drive the cat40 blocks away. He putthe beast out and headedhome. Driving back up his

    driveway, there was thecat! He kept taking the caturther and urther, but thecat would always beat himhome. At last he decidedto drive a ew miles away,turn right, then lef, pastthe bridge, then right againand another right until hereached what he thoughtwas a sae distance rom hishome and lef the cat there. Hours later the mancalls home to his wie: Jen,

    is the cat at home? Yes, the wie answers,why do you ask? Frustrated, the mananswered, Put that sono a nutcracker on thephone, Im lost and needdirections!

    Te Wifes Cat

    CellularOne will discontinue allMontana wireless service at the end othe August, company officials announcedtoday.

    Te company has notified theMontana Public Service Commission o

    its plans and has negotiated special ratesor customers to move to A&. CellularOne officials announced inMay they were halting Montana service

    because they couldnt afford upgrades tothe 4G system.

    CellularOne service coming to an end in Montana

    Parents Night or studentsparticipating in Scotty sports thisupcoming school year is Turs. Aug.14th at 7 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium.

    All students, grades 9-12, whowill be participating in activities in theGlasgow Schools will be required toattend this inormational meeting heldby the school administration, coaches,

    and sponsors. During this session school policies& procedures will be discussed. It isrequired that a parent or legal guardianalso attend or the student to participatein any MHSA school sponsored activitythis year. Fall Sports Specific Coaches/Parent meetings will also take place onthis date.

    Scotty Parents Night this Tursday at seven bells

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    Letter to the BuzzA SITDOWN WITH DTMS FRANTZ

    I met with Pat Kelly, discussed the issues and reportedhis side o the story. As a gentleman, I decided to meet withMerrill and Diana Frantz o DM, have an open discussionon a variety o issues, and tell their side o the story. I sat attheir kitchen table or 4 hours and we had an old ashionedPots and Pans meeting, telling all.

    CRIICS-I first addressed the accusation that I only reportSt. Marie in the NEGAIVE. Hogwash I told them! Whatis, is WHA IS, what people do, HEY DO. PEOPLE write

    their own story! I just look, listen, question, get the acts,analyze the data, and REPOR I.

    POSIIVES-I wrote o the good deeds o preachers Childersand Hawkins in St. Marie, Sherry Childers visiting andhelping sick neighbors, olks doing volunteer communityprojects (street repairs and cleanups), people that maintaintheir properties in good repair, and people and groups inSt. Marie that pay their taxes and other bills to keep theinrastructure going, etc, etc.

    NEGAIVES- Just what am I supposed to say about thosethat dont pay their bills? What o those who dont fix, rent, orsell any condos and at times are suing and screwing each otherand others in business dealings? What should I say o olks$195,000 in arrears in Village Fees and are attempting to gainPOWER and CONROL o that same Village Board? Whatabout the illegal use o Mitchells 450 proxies per Mitchellin a signe d statement? What am I supposed to write? ....thatthese ellas are terrific, super standup businessmen, and thateverything is Peachy Keen as a result o their efforts? SorryOl Friend, but Te ruth Always Prevails.

    GOOD FOLKS-o St. Marie reuse to be intimidated andwill stand their ground in response to the oolish actions osome. Legally baseless talk, writings, and court filings will beresponded to. Te GOOD FOLKS will not give in to or beburdened by suspected scammers and potential extortion aswas done in past.

    LEERS and DOCUMENS- I gave copies o many letters,documents, budgets, court documents and Judges rulingsto the Frantzs that I based my writings on. I showed themmy letter and ballot received rom Robert Shelton attemptingto convert our condos to townhomes per Montana Unit

    Ownership Act o 2011.DISCUSSION IEMS- Frantz and Chiechi agreed onsome issues while putting out acts and opinions rom theiropposite points o view. Diana Frantz did expand on andclariy their reasoning on some issues. Heres the RECAP odiscussed items:

    1. Frantz stated that the protective covenants control theVillage and Village Association and that DM is waiting or

    the Court to rule on Case# DV 2014-21, a civior a declaratory judgment on article X o covenants. Chiechi agreed that a current leneeded.

    2.In the matter o those being in arrears in Vinot being allowed to vote- Frantz claims that has no legal power to impose that action. Chiethat Judge McKeon already ruled on that.

    3. DM went to the Commissioners and Planntheir survey and sub division plans and were toowns all the land. Chiechi will veriy this inolegal standing on the matter.

    4.Chiechi wanted to have erry-Lee in the msaid that Lee is back in Washington and is no loo DM.

    5. Chiechi spoke o erry-Lees internet preSovereign Citizens activity and tactics andFrantzs were a part o that effort. Frantz saidirection rom the Bible and is not a part sovereign citizens.

    6.Frantz spoke o Valley Park Inc., Quantumbankruptcies and said that the judge put 250 unand everything else went into SMDC (St MarieCorp). Chiechi will research the legal dispomentioned properties.

    7. Frantz said that theres a needed improvemmanagement o the town (St Marie). I said thattheir Village dues, serve the Board voluntarily

    legal ashion are preerred to olks rom a grouthat are $196,000 in arrears on their Village bPOWER/CONROL o the Village? Additiuses its $300,000 annual dues income to mainits 250 units, are you Developers adequatelyimprove your properties and help move St. MFrantz said who would spend money to fix pbad titles? I said apparently DM and Bethea.

    8. Chiechi said that the last protective covenproduced vague non specific minutes, was thFrantz responded there was no quorum and nplace.

    9. Frantz said with clouded titles and Chiewritings, banks wont loan and people lack intecome to St. Marie. Chiechi responded that Ke

    St. Marie and DM and Mitchell came!10.Frantz and Chiechi agree d that theres a neeAir all issues.

    CONCLUSION- Frantz and Chiechi can presand opinions and say what they want, but ita thing....LEGAL INERPREAIONS musAORNEYS or a JUDGES RULING....the EN

    ~Nick Chiechi

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    City League Softball ChampsThe Glasgow Recreation Departments Co-Ed Softball season

    concluded with the championship game this past Thursday and

    it was Team Old Mil Light/Reynolds knocking of the Newton

    Motors Wanna Bees in a hard-fought battle, 4-3. Picturedare, back row left to right: Cody Odom, Evan Guenther, Adam

    Johnson, Joel Smith, Calvin Kemmis, Brian Burleson and

    Juice Fischer. Front row: Abby Mehling, Kayla Diesen, Sadie

    Sukut, Sage Sukut, Amber Otten and Jen Fischer. Not pictured

    were Mariah Stein and Janice Griebel. Old Mil/Reynolds was

    15-4 including the title game. Nemont Beverage Corporationtook third place, Cottonwood Inn & Suites fourth, Wolf Point

    McDonalds fth, and the Gateway Club sixth.

    Lizzie Hatield on piano, who also ser ves as musicaldirector. A Grand Night for Singi ng is directed byHeather Adams, who choreographed last seasonsproduction o he Music Man. he design stais Mike Fink (Scenic), Sarah Bell (Costumes),Spencer Perry (Lights) and Mike Rukstad (Sound).Megan Wiltshire serves as Stage Manager or theproduction.

    P erormances are August 15 August 31: Fridays& Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at4:00 pm. For tickets and more inormation call theFort Peck Box Oice at (406) 526 9943. A Grand Night for Singingconcludes the recordbreaking 45th Season, but the sta and board arealready looking orward to a huge line-up o newand exciting productions or the 46th season.

    A Grand Night continued from front

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