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Glasgow set for district Vo


By Mike Brandt l. 9
Thu
rsda 20
Well, it’s that time of the year y, October 29, 20
where teams are preparing for
district volleyball tournaments.
Glasgow is one of those teams
that is looking to sweep through
the 2B tournament, in Malta, and
take that number one seed into the
Northern B Divisional that will be
held in Conrad, Nov. 5-7.
Nobody knew if this weekend
would ever come or if there would
even be a district tournament.
Harlem, Poplar and Wolf Point had
to postpone matches with Glasgow
and Malta. Those matches have
been made up. The Scotties had
two doubleheaders this week with
Harlem Poplar and had a match
with Malta.
“They are happy anytime they Candy, and lots of it!
get to play because they know that The staff at Valley View is so excited to invite you all up to trick or treat
things can change with the drop of around the outside of the building to bring some fun and spooky cheer to the
the hat,” said Glasgow coach Somer residents. It takes place from 3:00-5:00 on Halloween (Saturday, October
Hoerster. “They’re ready to play.” 31st). Trick-or-treaters will start at the entry area (there will be a sign).
The Scotties came away with “We will be social distancing, so please make sure there is space between
five victories this week to finish people,” said Terri Wedel, Valley View Activities Director. “We will have a
direction for you to go and this will be communicated at the starting spot.
the conference with an 8-0 record
We have volunteers handing out candy at each of the residents’ rooms.”
and improved to 12-6 overall. The The residents are looking forward to seeing all of your wonderful costumes!
Scotties swept Malta on Thursday
and Poplar on Saturday. The Poplar In other “Trick or Treating” news: Glasgow High School students
match was a doubleheader with the (Student Council, Key Club and Leadership Class) will be trick or treating
Scotties winning 25-11, 25-14 and for the Food Bank on Saturday, October 31st from 5 - 7 pm. They ask
25-19 and 25-14, 25-16 and 25-23. that if you have food items to donate, then please put them in a bag and
leave them on your doorstep. This will eliminate any face-to-face contact
They had also swept Harlem
with the public. Thank you for your support. (Note from the Buzz: If you
in a twin bill earlier in the week. don’t leave anything, we have no idea what their trick will be!)
continued on back page
P A LLC FWP collects 352 samples to test
FOR THOSE WHO DEMAND MORE for CWD during opening weekend
SERVICE TECHNICIAN – GLASGOW, MT The Montana general big game season opened Oct. 24,
Service Technician —Glasgow, MT
Plains Ag LLC/Border Plains Equipment, a certified Case IH dealer in Glasgow, MT, is looking for
and hunters from around the state submitted lymph nodes
a top notch individual to perform quality maintenance and repairs on all types of agricultural equipment.
This position will be part of our team of people responsible for maintenance, repair, and reconditioning
Plains Ag LLC/Border Plains Equipment, a cerfied Case IH dealer in Glasgow, MT, is looking for a
of farm equipment by the use of electronic diagnostic tools, electronic parts catalogs, service manuals
from the lower jaw of their harvested animals to be tested
top notch individual to perform quality maintenance and repairs on all types of agricultural
and other sources of information and materials.
equipment. This posion will be part of our team of people responsible for maintenance, repair, for chronic wasting disease. Montana Fish, Wildlife &
and recondioning of farm equipment by the use of electronic diagnosc tools, electronic parts
Candidates should possess good people skills, good communication skills, time management and
catalogs, service manuals and other sources of informaon and materials.
organizational skills. Qualified applicants will also need a positive attitude, be quality and customer Parks collected a total of 352 samples. Most of the samples
service oriented. Candidates must have physical mobility including being able to lift, up to 60 pounds
unaided, ability to stand for long periods of time, and be able to manage different environmental smells,
Candidates should possess good people skills, good communicaon skills, me management and
came from the northwestern Montana, where CWD was
as these are all required for the position. Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience,
organizaonal skills. Qualified applicants will also need a posive atude, be quality and customer
service oriented. Candidates must have physical mobility including being able to li up to 60
discovered last year.
tech degree or a combination of both; a background in agricultural is preferred, but not required.
pounds unaided, ability to stand for long periods of me, and be able to manage different
Position offers guaranteed hourly wage and full benefit package; wage based on experience.
environmental smells, as these are all required for the posion. Candidates should have a
Here is an FWP regional breakdown of sample
We offer competitive
minimum wages, 401k
of 2 years’ experience, tech retirement plan, health ofinsurance,
degree or a combinaon dental insurance,
both; a background in
insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tool allowance, paid vacation,
agricultural is preferred, but not required. Posion offers guaranteed hourly wage and full benefit
vision numbers:
personal leave days, eight paid holidays and job training. We also have education reimbursement (ask
package; wage based on experience. Region 1: 173
for details, certain restrictions apply). Applicants must be able to meet and maintain insurable driving
status and pass pre-employment drug testing.
Plains AG is a Value’s led company. We offer compeve wages, 401k rerement plan, health
Region 2: 7
Email your resume to hr@plainsag.com
insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, life
insurance, tool allowance, paid vacaon, personal leave days, eight paid holidays and job training.
Region 3: 56
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
We also have educaon reimbursement (ask for details, certain restricons apply). Region 4: 6
Finally, a Region 5: 11
Applicants must be able to meet and maintain insurable driving status and
pass pre-employment drug tesng.
Region 6: 39
normal high
If you are ready to work in a great environment with great people,
Region 7: 60
on Friday, check
email your resume to hr@plainsag.com
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
CWD is a contagious neurological disease that infects
out next week! deer, elk and moose. It is always fatal and there is no known
cure. It was first found in wild deer in Montana in 2017. It is
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24. West
not known to infect humans, but it is strongly recommended
northwest wind 5 to 9 mph becoming light and variable.
that people not eat meat from infected animals and to have
Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 51. South southeast their harvested animals tested before eating them if they
wind 8 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
were taken from an area where CWD is known to exist.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming FWP is continuing CWD surveillance this year in
mostly clear, with a low around 28. Southwest wind 11 to
priority surveillance areas located in northwest, southwest
18 mph becoming west northwest after midnight. Winds
could gust as high as 33 mph.
and eastern Montana. Hunters who harvest deer, elk or
moose in these areas are asked to voluntarily submit a
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 42. Breezy, with a west
sample from their animal to help gather additional data
northwest wind 16 to 22 mph, with gusts as high as 34
mph. for that area. This information will be used to help inform
the best management strategies for the affected hunting
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 20.
West northwest wind 9 to 14 mph becoming light west
districts.
after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 24 mph. FWP will cover the cost of testing hunter-harvested
animals for CWD. Hunters should look online for
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 47. Light south wind
increasing to 6 to 11 mph in the morning. Winds could
information on how to take a sample themselves and submit
gust as high as 20 mph. it for testing or bring animals by an FWP regional office
for sampling. FWP will have CWD check stations in the
Sunday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 26. South
wind 5 to 7 mph becoming west after midnight. priority surveillance areas. Sample submission is voluntary
throughout Montana. For more information on these
Monday: Sunny, with a high near 57. South wind 5 to 9
mph.
surveillance areas and how to submit samples for testing,
visit fwp.mt.gov/cwd.
Monday Night: Clear, with a low around 34. West
A critical change this year is the state does not have
southwest wind around 10 mph.
transportation restriction zones, as it did last year. Instead,
Tuesday: Sunny, with a high near 61. West wind 10 to 17 to better prevent the spread of CWD, hunters are required
mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph.
to properly dispose of their carcass waste. The Fish and
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 59. Wildlife Commission has directed hunters to choose one of

Reel Life Wisdom


two options for carcass waste disposal:
• Any waste carcass parts removed from the field,
particularly brain, eyes, spleen, lymph glands, and spinal
“Anyone can cook but only the fearless can be cord material, must be bagged and disposed of in a landfill.
great.” ~ Brad Garrett in Ratatouille (2007) • Leave all carcass waste at the kill site.
BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ OPENING: for office worker with Quick Books experience. CONTACT KIM
FARMERS MARKET Friday and Saturday, October 30 and 31st, 10-3 AT UNCLE MILT’S BODY SHOP
weather permitting. Assorted pumpkins, buttercup, and spaghetti squash, BUZZ
eggplant, green peppers, baked goods, jams and jellies, Halloween freeze VALLEY VIEW HOME is excited to advertise for a Ward Clerk position to
dried goodies and more. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL be working with the nursing team. PLEASE COME BY AND PICK UP AN
FARMERS MARKET. APPLICATION QUICKLY!
BUZZ BUZZ
MOVING SALE: Now thru the weekend. 2 matching dining chairs, heavy VALLEY VIEW HOME is looking for a full time Dietary Aide prepares
duty red oak captains chair, love seat in good condition, Mr. Coffee pot and serves palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to meet the daily
little use, toaster with little use, 27” coffee table w/ doors, oak clawfoot leg nutritional and special dietary needs of each resident. Pay starts at $12.55/
coffee table, large dresser w/ mirror. chest cheap, large natural gas water hr. This position provides a very meaningful role within Valley View Home
heater, free shelving, misc. glass & windows some free some for sale, and you will feel gratitude daily for your work. PLEASE PICK UP YOUR
mirrors for sale. COUPLE BLOCKS FROM RED BARN GIFTS. CALL APPLICATION FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT AT
802-2356. COME LOOK VALLEY VIEW HOME.
BUZZ BUZZ
SPACE AVAILABLE: Winter camper, boat, trailer storage spaces indoor/ VALLEY VIEW HOME is looking for CNAs for day shift. High paid wage
outdoor available CALL 724-7027 for CNAs with long term care experience. We can train and certify anyone
BUZZ who wants to become a CNA as well. Wage is $14/hr. PLEASE SWING
FOR RENT 3 bedroom, 1 bath St. Marie condo with garage. $500 per BY VALLEY VIEW HOME ADMIN OFFICE FOR AN APPLICATION AND
month CALL 406-263-2113 JOIN OUR TEAM!
BUZZ
TWO JOBS AT NEMONT MANOR OPEN NOW. Property Manager
Full Time M-F $18/hr with full benefits. Maintenance Technician Part Health insurance open
time 20 hours $13/hr. Questions call 406-228-4306. Apply for either job
on Paylocity using one of the following links:
• https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/374910/
enrollment begins Sunday
Northwest-Real-Estate-Capital-Corp/Maintenance-Technician-20-hours- Open enrollment for 2021 ACA (Obamacare)
per-week-13-per-hour health insurance plans begins this Sunday, November 1,
• https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/374895/ 2020 and runs through December 15, 2020.
Northwest-Real-Estate-Capital-Corp/Property-Manager-Full-Time-18-
per-hour Premiums in Montana’s individual market
Professionally managed by Tamarack Property Mgmt. A great will remain mostly flat heading into next year after
company to work for and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale convinced
BUZZ
TOWN OF SACO JOB OPENING - PUBLIC WORKS OPERATOR two health insurance companies to drop their proposed
Qualified applicant must be gas qualified within 60 days of employment rate increases this spring and lowered prices on every
and water/wastewater qualified within the first year of employment. single plan last year.
Applicant will be on call every other weekend. Starting hourly wage
of $17.00/hr with a $1.00 raise each for gas and water/wastewater Montanans can find a wide variety of resources,
certification. Qualified applicant must be able to meet a 30-minute call including comparisons of the rates and benefits of each
time and obtain their CDL within 6 months of employment. This position insurance plan, at www.MontanaHealthAnswers.com.
is permanent and full-time with health care benefits, including pension
with some overtime. Applicant will also be required to pass a substance Montana Health Answers is a website maintained by the
screening along with a criminal background check prior to employment. insurance commissioner’s office to provide consumers
Applicants may pick up an application at the Saco Town Office or with detailed information about health insurance.
Job Service. Job Posting closes November 4th, 2020 at 5 p.m. More
complete job description will be provided at interview. FOR ANY Montanans will need to go to the federal government’s
QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT MAYOR BILL HAYNES AT 527-7204. exchange at healthcare.gov or work with an insurance
BUZZ professional to complete the enrollment process for
2021 ACA coverage.
ROSE COURT LOT FOR SALE
Signing up for ACA health insurance outside of the
Lot 7A in Rose Court open enrollment period is allowed for a person meeting
Overlooks Scotty Pride Drive the requirements for a “qualifying event,” such as job loss.
All Improved with Sewer and Water to curb stop. “Carefully consider all of your health insurance
Gas available to each lot. 11,165 sq. ft. options and shop around for the plan that best meets
Price Reduced! $25,000 #197
your specific health needs and budget,” Rosendale said.
“If you have questions or need assistance, help is available
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
(406) 228-2525 - across the state. A list of local, certified professionals is
www.redfoxxrealestate.com available at MontanaHealthAnswers.com.”
Underway today
Century Paving & Construction Corp. had the it’s gonna be a pain in the butt for the businesses
wheels rolling early this morning on the 2nd and customers in downtown Glasgow for the next
Avenue South paving project from Western Drug week, but it sure will be sweet when Century Paving
tp D&G Sports & Western. Depending on weather, gets 2nd Avenue South all wrapped up. Top photo
they should have it wrapped up next Wednesday. was taken at around 8:00. Then they brought in the
And the weather forecast looks very favorable. So “big dog” at around 10:00.
Let us make your Feeling overwhelmed?
Pie Sale Thanksgiving Pies! Moving to Prairie Ridge, The
Manor, or Valley View?
Taking orders until
Tuesday, November 17
LET US HELP.
Ready for pickup Mon., Nov. 23 at the Museum from 10 AM - 3 PM
Helping Senior Adults with their move
Pies will be $15 each RATES:
$75/hr: Room to room in the same location
Choice of pies are: $100/hr: Moving from home to Prairie Ridge,
APPLE • CHERRY • PUMPKIN • PECAN • SOUR CREAM RAISIN The Manor or Valley View
To Order Call Ruthie 263-7344, Sally 228-8673, Darlene 228-8692 $150/hr: Moving from home to a different house
or the Museum at 228-8692 leave message if no answer. Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025

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has crushed all the regular bicyclists, an 1170-cc flat-twin engine with 128
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In a local qualifying race for kind of inherent advantage here."
the World Road Cycling League, the Banner also said he painted the
motorcyclist crushed the previous word "HUFFY" on the side of his bike,
100-mile record of 3 hours, 13 minutes ensuring he has no advantage over the
with his amazing new time of well bikes that came out of the factory as
under an hour. bicycles.
Professional motorcycle racer Some critics say he needs to cut
Judd E. Banner, the brave trans-vehicle off his motor in order to make the
rider, was allowed to race after he told competition fairer, but he quickly
league organizers he's always felt like a called these people bigots, and they
bicyclist in a motorcyclist's body. were immediately banned from
"Look, my ride has handlebars, professional cycle racing.
two wheels, and a seat," he told ~ Babylon Bee
Glasgow Recreation Department

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31ST • 10 AM


SULLIVAN PARK SOFTBALL COMPLEX
Registration @ 8:30 - 9:30am • Dash Starts @ 10 am
$15/person without a food item
$10/person w/ non-perishable food item
donated to Valley County Food Bank
Children 5 & younger are free
Contact Jory @ 228-8341 for more info or jorycasterline@yahoo.com

FRIDAY
SOUPS: Clam Chowder ∙ Chili
SPECIALS:
Angry Chicken Burger
Shrimp Basket

Dine at the “O”

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OCT 28 - NOV 3, 2020


Certified Angus Beef®
CROSS RIB ROAST ..................... $2.99 lb
Family Pack Boneless Skinless
CHICKEN BREASTS .................... $1.69 lb
Family Pack Certified Angus Beef®
PETITE SIRLOIN STEAKS ............. $3.99 lb
Fresh Pork
BABY BACK RIBS ....................... $3.99 lb
Jennie-O 16 oz. Hot or Mild
TURKEY SAUSAGE .................... $2.99 ea
Family Pack Certified Angus Beef®
TRI-TIP STEAKS ......................... $7.99 lb
Willamette Valley Beef Select Varieties
SEASONED TRI-TIP ROAST .......... $5.99 lb
Aqua Star 1.5 lb. pkg.
BUTTERFLY CRUNCHY SHRIMP .. $8.99 ea
Tyson 26-32 oz. Select Varieties
CHICKEN.................................. $4.99 ea
Cache Valley 32 oz. Select Varieties
SHREDDED OR BLOCK CHEESE .. $6.99 ea
Armour 11-14 oz. Select Varieties
MEATBALLS .................................2 / $6
CITY OF GLASGOW COUNCIL AGENDA
NOVEMBER 2, 2020 Halloween GLASGOW
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
CIVIC CENTER – COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Costumes
Costumes • Face Paint
CONFERENCE LINE CALL IN # 783-5199 CODE #204177 Hairspray • Wigs
1) 5:30 P.M. – CALL MEETING TO ORDER MAYOR REGISTRATION
ERICKSON PRESIDING
2) PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
30% OFF FOR 2020-21
will be done on-line;
BAG COSTUMES
3) PUBLIC COMMENT ON ANY AGENDA ITEM Baby - Adult XL due Tues, Nov. 3
4) *CONSENT AGENDA – (Note: All matters listed Lessons for pre-school
within the Consent Agenda have been distributed to Red Barn through adults
each member of the City of Glasgow City Council) Gifts Contact Kim Girard at 263-2370
A) REGULAR COUNCIL AGENDA 10 am - 5:30 pm M - F
10 am - 4 pm Sat. Email: ksk8rgirard@gmail.com
B) PAYMENT OF CLAIMS FOR NOVEMBER 2,
2020 IN THE AMOUNT OF $221,036.59 Daily Serving of
C) PAYMENT OF VALLEY COURT APARTMENT Chicken Nuggets
CLAIMS FOR NOVEMBER 2, 2020 IN THE AMOUNT
• If the white of an egg is
OF $2,030.08 cloudy, it means the egg
D) MINUTES OF THE OCTOBER 19, 2020 is fresh. Chicken eggs
nutrition value is the same,
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING regardless of the egg color.
5) *2ND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 972 – AN • As chickens grow older,
they lay larger eggs, but
ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 953 TO fewer than when they’re
REVISE THE SETBACKS FOR CLEAR VISION ZONE younger.
THEREBY AMENDING SEC. 17-51 OF THE CODE PAID FOR BY PECK YES
OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GLASGOW,
MONTANA.
6) *AWARD FIRE TRUCK PUMPER APPARATUS
TO BRINDLE MOUNTAIN IN THE AMOUNT OF
TRICK OR TREAT…….
$270,000.00 PICK A SEAT
7) *PREAPPROVAL TO HIRE WINTER LABORERS
IF NEEDED
8) *APPROVAL FOR BETTY STONE TO APPLY
FOR TOURISM GRANT MONEY FOR PHASE THREE
(3) OF THE WAYFINDING PROJECT ON BEHALF OF
THE CITY OF GLASGOW
9) *APPROVAL TO LEASE A 2019 JOHN DEERE
544L LOADER FOR $31,353.20 SEMI-ANNUAL
PAYMENTS FOR TWO (2) YEARS
10) UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
-LEVEE SAFETY COMMITTEE REPORT
-UPDATE ON GNDC NONCOMPETITIVE GRANT
–NO UPDATED REPORT ALL
n er s & BU Y 1 GET 1
11) MAYOR’S REPORT R ec li
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12) COMMITTEE REPORTS – PERSONNEL, WATER, Accent C (In St ock On ly )

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13) DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS
14) PUBLIC COMMENT
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ULTIMATE SPRAYER SPECIAL: $349


Donate to JIMMY CHILDRESS Medical Fund
Let our John Deere certified technicians give your
John Deere sprayer a post-season In August, cherished
inspection and longtime C&B employee & friend, HOCKEY SEASON IS ALMOST HERE
Jimmy
before it is stored and save on your was flown to
winterization! Billings for a cyst removal on his brain. Registration with the Hi-Line Youth Hockey
INSPECTION INCLUDES: Jim was able to return to work full time in October, however
- Check Front Axle Toe In
- Check Engine & Drive Train
- Monitor Updates
- expenses have piled up in the meantime. Please join the C&B
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- family by helping
& More with a donation for Jimmy. All funds will go
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We are hosting a Silent Auction High School Girls: 19 and Under • High School Boys Grades 9-12
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“It was a nice way to end the


season with getting those conference
matches in,” said Hoerster. “The
girls played really well. Some of
them are peaking at the right time,
which is nice to see. And it was the
opportunity that I got to get the kids
on the bench in too and get them
some varsity minutes. Everybody had
some fun during the Poplar matches.
It was nice to see all the smiles.”
Playing the doubleheaders
didn’t affect the Scotties any.
“My girls are in shape,” said
Hoerster. “The kids are just getting
warm by game three and its over. tournament that features all four help coaches to get a look at how
It didn’t bother anybody. In talking classifications, AA, A, B and C, well their team plays and where work
to the Poplar and Harlem coaches, all converging on Montana State needs to be done. Choteau has hosted
they were just ecstatic to get to play.” University Fieldhouse for three days a tournament the first weekend of
Hoerster said that Harlem of exciting action. play for many years. Glasgow has
hadn’t touched the ball until the day So far everything is a go, but it participated in that tournament.
before they played Glasgow. could be canceled the week of the To come away with the district
To get a full season in was tournament. Even district could be championship Hoerster feels the
not known with coaches and called, but it is not likely to happen. girls need to be efficient on their
players sitting on pins and needles Glasgow got in a full regular side of the net.
wondering if COVID-19 would season; however, the Scotties were not “And control our errors and
come into play and the Montana able to participate in any invitational how we do things,” she said. “I’m
High School Association would tournaments. All invitational always worrying how my kids are
cancel the season. Even now it is not tournaments were canceled. That handling the serve/receive. Or
known if there will be a divisional meant the Scotties missed out of the hitting the ball in bounds and really
or state tournament. Bozeman has Choteau, Chinook and Dickinson being smart and making smart
been hosting the All-Class State tournaments. These tournaments plays.”

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