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515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230
406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578

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Syttende Mai!
May 17th marked Norwegian Constitution Day or as east wind displaying it very well. In the absence of the
Norwegians know it, syttende mai (lit. “seventeenth May”), late, great Paul Monson, his old white Ford was there.
Nasjonaldagen (The National Day) or Grunnlovsdagen Pictured are Norwegians Louie Monson, Sam Espeland
(The Constitution Day). As always, the Norwegian Flag and Lance Monson. The Constitution of Norway was
proudly flew in front of the Montana Bar with a stiff signed at Eidsvoll on May 17 in the year 1814.
2556 +/- sq. ft. home has 4 bedrooms, plus
bonus room, 2 baths, large open remodeled
kitchen with lots of seating at the island for
entertaining. Make your own design on
the partially finished basement to suit your
needs. Cozy enclosed porch off the back
with deck to back yard.Newer windows,
Now Offering Electrolysis roof, hot water heater. Over-sized single
Hair Removal. detached garage is a plus!
Wednesday Permanent Hair Removal! ASKING $174,900 #346
Nights Taking Appointments Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
6:00 - 8:00pm in the Evenings (406) 228-2525 -
and some Weekends
Build a Burger Consultations will be
& get a free if needed!
Domestic Beer Call Tina Chappell Spring concert at GHS tonight
(406) 945-2909
$6 for Members The Glasgow Middle School Music Department
230 5th St. S • Glasgow
$8 for Non-Members Located inside Headquarters will have their Spring Concert at 7:00 tonight (May
20th) in the Glasgow High School Auditorium.
Featured groups are 6th grade choir and band, and
Super soaker 7th/8th grade choir and band. Everyone is welcome to
has settled in attend.

The next storm system will bring measurable, potentially If it doesn’t get postponed again
significant rainfall, to portions of NE Montana late In effort to remove stigma attached to mental
Monday into Wednesday of this week. There is still health problems the Valley County Mental Health
considerable uncertainty in the storm track, and a sharp Committee is sponsoring a Mental Health Walk
cutoff to the heaviest precipitation amounts may set up Tuesday, May 21st.
near the Missouri River to highway 200. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Valley Event
Tonight: A 40 percent chance of showers, mainly after 1am. Center. There will be a couple of brief inspirational
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 42. East southeast wind 14 presentations, a walk to the Civic Center, opportunities
to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. to gather information, a drawing for a Yeti (thanks to
Tuesday: Showers, mainly after 8am. High near 55. East D & G), a chance to win $25 in Chamber Big Bucks,
wind 16 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 29 mph. Chance of free hot dogs & chips, and then, you’ll be on the way
precipitation is 80%.
home before 6:30!
Tuesday Night: Rain. Low around 42. Northeast wind
13 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph. Chance of
precipitation is 80%.
Tanja Fransen honored
Wednesday: Rain likely. Cloudy, with a high near 54. Congressman Greg Gianforte recognized Tanja
Northeast wind 15 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 31 mph. Fransen of Glasgow with his Spirit of Montana
Chance of precipitation is 70%. commendation for her scientific accomplishments,
Wednesday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers, mainly dedication to the public, and 18 years of service to
before midnight. Cloudy, with a low around 40. North wind 6 Montanans.
to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph.
A meteorologist at the Glasgow Weather Forecast
Thursday: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly cloudy,
Office since 2001, Tanja is renowned for her innovation,
with a high near 58. North wind 7 to 10 mph becoming east
southeast in the afternoon. leadership, and mentorship. Her award-winning research
Thursday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers. Mostly has helped Montana’s ag producers.
cloudy, with a low around 42. North northeast wind around Gianforte’s Spirit of Montana is a weekly recognition
7 mph. of Montanans for their accomplishments, dedication, or
Friday: A 40 percent chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with service. Gianforte highlights the recipient in the U.S. House
a high near 62. North wind 7 to 9 mph. of Representatives and personally contacts the honorees.
Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers before Gianforte encourages anyone to nominate
midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 41.
Montanans for the Spirit of Montana award by contacting
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 65. South
southwest wind 6 to 8 mph. his office at 202-225-3211 or by e-mail at https://gianforte.
Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 64.

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at the front desk at the Cottonwood TODAY! FOR MORE INFORMATION CAREER OPPORTUNITY Thompson & Sons is looking for a Mechanic,
PLEASE CONTACT STEPHANIE AT 228-8213, EXT. 311. Truck Driver, & Equipment Operator. STOP IN AT THOMPSON & SONS,
VALLEY VETERINARY CLINIC looking for a Vet Assistant. Position is BUZZ
full-time. Animal experience preferred. Drop off resume with references at MARKLE’S ACE HARDWARE seeks motivated, outgoing people for
the Clinic or Apply on our Facebook Page. FOR MORE INFORMATION immediate employment in full and part time positions. PLEASE STOP BY
HELP WANTED: Brabeck Construction is looking for laborers and office help. FULL TIME & PART TIME DIETARY AIDE. The Food Service Aide
Monday thru Friday, weekends off. Wages depend on experience. PLEASE prepares and serves palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to meet the
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drivers. Must have previous Driving experience. Must be 21+ with a valid HOME.
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RUNDLE SUITES needs energetic team players for housekeeping and BUZZ
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WANT A REWARDING CAREER? Come work at Milk River Inc. as a Direct BUZZ
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for motivated caring people. STOP BY MILK RIVER ACTIVITY CENTER refrigerator, washer & dryer. Available June 1. Dogs considered CALL
LABORER NEEDED for underground utility construction. Start at $17/hr.
Must have valid drivers license. Must be willing to travel Montana. Lodging
is Provided. Fax resume to 406-367-5274 or send to PO Box 266, Glasgow,
Great New Items Arriving
MT OR CALL 406-262-4430 FOR MORE INFORMATION. New Soaps, Lotions, Candles, Diffusers,
BUZZ and more from Barr. It’s a treat for your senses!
HI-LINE HOME PROGRAMS, INC. has an opening for a Family Support
Specialist. The Specialist works directly within the family environment. WE ARE YOUR GRADUATION STATION…
Must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field or a Lots of great gifts for the Graduate!
combination of education and relevant experience. Position is fulltime with
benefits. Travel required, vehicle provided. Children served are ages birth
Enjoy 50% Off Planters...
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BUZZ 30% off Corkcicles... (coolers not included) Bridal Registry
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full time Bulk Truck Driver. Duties will include fuel deliveries, warehouse Funk & Brooks
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use a computer for invoicing. Hours will be Monday - Friday and rotating 75% OFF!!! June 15, 2019
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30% off Corkcicles (a great gift for the graduate)
Privacy &
Burger &
Chain Link
a Beer Board Meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday
of the month at 11:00 am
at the Housing Authority Office.
Mondays From time to time a meeting date/time
CALL RYAN 263-2972
change is necessary and will be posted
5:30-7:00pm publicly. For more information on meetings
please contact us: Volunteers
435 Division Street/PO Box 1126, Glasgow, MT 59230
P|406.228.4942 • F|406.228.8062 • E|
Fireworks display.
Would like people
for 2 hour shifts
at 2 intersections
downtown glasgow
Friday, May 24
please call
your help is appreciated

or Citizen Center
Baked Potato Bar
Call for reservation by 10 AM

French Toast • Ham
Peaches • Milk
Chicken Strips • Ravioli w/ Marinara
Green Beans • Craisins
M&M Bar • Milk
SOUPS: Potato • Chili
Taco Burger
ACCESSORIES Dine at the “O”
Former BLM Building across
from Ezzie’s Westend
54079 US Hwy 2 W 228-8006

The softball tournament in Billings got cancelled on Friday, but it didn’t keep the Scotties from needing a good wash
job for their uniforms. Check out the Glasgow Scotties facebook page to find out why! Pictured, Back Row: Assistant
Coach Bobby Sugg, Devon Johnson (12), Alexis Mann (10), Meranda Bechel 10), Micah Tweten (12), Madison
Collinsworth (12), Chloe Moore(11), Aurora Chappell(12), Lylie Foster (11), Taylor Pederson (11), Laura Ross (11) and
Assistant Coach Brian Burleson. Front row: Coach Ryan Hartwell, Abby Engstrom (9) and Isabel Hobbs-Montoya (11).

We’ll never know...

We talked to some Scotty softball players (Abby
softball headed into the post season, the Scotties never
got the chance to prove themselves as the tournament
Engstrom, Micah Tweten, Madison Collinsworth and was called on Friday due to rain. A tough way to end the
Aurora Chappel) last week on Red Thumb Day. They season, particularly for the seniors.
were excited about their chances heading to the Eastern Advancing on to the State B/C Tournament in
B/C Tournament in Billings. Belgrade this weekend are, in order of regular-season
Seeded seventh but coming off a great weekend of finish: Huntley Project, Cut Bank, Conrad, and Shepherd.
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Fort Peck and Nashua Montana. The
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and only 5 minutes from Fort Peck Lake.
This lot would be perfect for a summer
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Rosendale urges lawmakers to Glasgow Griz Meet & Greet
override Governor’s veto of SB 71 Tuesday, May 21, 2019
State Auditor Matt Rosendale is working with Glasgow Elk’s Lodge
legislators of both parties to override Governor Steve
Bullock’s veto of a bill that is estimated to save Montanans 5:30pm Social
around $8 million on prescription drug costs. $7 Burger Bar
For more info call Pete Helland 263-2007
Senate Bill 71 passed the legislature with enough Sponsored by the Glasgow Chapter of the
votes to trigger an automatic poll asking lawmakers if Grizzly Scholarship Association
they’d like to sustain or overrule the governor’s veto. The
Montana Secretary of State sent ballots to legislators last Located OPEN FOR MEMORIAL DAY
at the
week, and they must be returned by June 14th. Two-thirds VFW MEMORIAL POTS
of each chamber must vote to override Bullock’s veto for Parking Lot READY TO GO
SB 71 to become law. The bill passed the Legislature with $8.00 & UP
the required two-thirds vote, 37-13 in the Senate and 71- $1.00 Perennials
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27 in the House, during the session. Are Here
“If every legislator who already voted to lower Herbs
prescription drug costs votes for this bill one more time, Credit Cards Accepted Call Jolene Reyes Filled & Hanging
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it will become law,” said Rosendale. “All it takes to save 7 days/wk *Weather Permitting 390-3871 Planters
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Montanans millions on their medications is for legislators
to stick to the votes they originally cast. I also strongly
encourage those few legislators who didn’t vote for it the
first time to take this new opportunity and stand up for
their constituents.”
Rosendale pointed out that Bullock’s veto was based
on faulty information (see response to veto letter here)
and that it’s now up to the Legislature to decide whether
Montanans will see lower-priced medications before the
next Legislature can take another look at the problem in
Legislators from all over the political spectrum are
backing the effort to lower prescription drug costs by
voting to enact SB 71 into law despite the veto.
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“As the Democratic sponsor of this legislation and Friday, May 24th • 6pm-8pm
as a practicing nurse, I urge my fellow representatives Prairie Ridge Village
to join me in voting to make SB 71 law. My patients are Live Music by the Classics
suffering from the ever-increasing burden of paying for treat - prizes - free
health care and high prescription costs. This bill will save for more info Call 228-2208
our constituents millions on the cost of their medications.
It’s time for Montana to make a stand against high
prescription drug prices. SB 71 transcends party lines
and would save Montanans millions on prescription Welcome!
drugs.” -Rep. Gordon Pierson, D-Deer Lodge Existing & New Patients
“As an orthopedic surgeon, I’ve seen first-hand how
many Montanans struggle with health care expenses. I
Monday, Wednesday,
sponsored Senate Bill 71 because it will lower prescription Friday, and Saturday
drug costs and give folks much-needed relief on their 10am-6pm
health insurance rates.” -Sen. Al Olszewski, R-Kalispell, Organic Medical
M.D. 406-228-4202