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Kids invited
to Weird
Animals VBS

Christina Seekins and her son Jacob, Willow Sugg and James Seekins are hoping to
see you at St. Raphaels Church and the Weird Animals. adventure.

A summer kids event


called Weird Animals VBS
will be hosted at St. Raphaels
Church from July 16 to 20
from 9 a.m. to Noon each day.
At
Weird
Animals,
kids will learn about some
of Gods most creative
creations! Theyll participate
in memorable Bible-learning
activities, sing catchy songs,
play
teamwork-building
games, make
yummy
treats, experience cool Bible
adventures, collect Bible
Memory Buddies to remind
them they are one of a kind,
and test out Sciency-Fun
Gizmos theyll take home and
play with all summer long.
Family members and
friends are encouraged to join
in daily for a special time of
music at 11:30am.
Weird Animals VBS is
for kids from preschool to 5th
Grade. For more information,
call 228-9800 or register
online at straphaelparish.net.

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Valley County Voter turnout under 50%


With 4,576 registered voters in Valley County, less
than half just 2,233 for 48.8 percent cast ballots
either by absentee or turned out to the polls in Tuesdays
election.
Highest voter turnout in the state was Pondera
County. 2,296 of 3,486 (65.86%) registered voters cast
their ballots.
Lowest turnout was Richland County. With 6,469
registered to vote, only 1,916 (21.89%) exercised their
right to vote.
Overall, out of 659,921 registered voters, 217,123
casted votes (32.90%). The number of registered voters
includes Election Day registration.

Back to Valley County, none of the city/towns voted
in favor of a government review (Glasgow, Fort Peck,
Nashua and Opheim all voted against).
Valley County Commissioner (Top 2 Advance To General
Election)
Paul Tweten: 1022
Dan Carr: 523
Russell Dahl: 567
Valley County Justice of the Peace (Top 2 Advance To
General Election)
Dave Gorton: 806
Christina Hillman: 452
Christine Gamas: 437
Ronald Kulzyk: 164
Mary Strand: 124
David McLean: 120

Valley County Sheriff (Both Advance To General Election)


Glen Meier: 1419
Joe Horn: 747
Valley County Clerk & Recorder
Lynne Nyquist: 1,887
Valley County Attorney
Nickolas Murnion: 1,751
Valley County Public Administrator
LeRoy Kountz: 1,497
Valley County Treasurer
Brenda Anderson: 1,795
Glasgow City-County Library Mill Levy Request:
For: 1195
Against: 873
Valley County Public Highway Levy
For: 484
Against: 508
State Rep. District 34 (both advance to General Election)
Democrat Gene Hartsock 183
Republican Austin Knudsen 453
State Rep. District 33 (both advance to General Election)
Democrat Floyd Hopstad 261
Republican Mike Lang 482

For more Valley County results and complete statewide
results, go to the Montana Secretary of State website:
www.electionresults.sos.mt.gov. Write-in results are not
reported on this site, and write-in vote totals are not included
in the Percentage Calculations.

A bit breezy
tomorrow

We got a little rain last night and dodged hail here once
again but it only amounted to 0.15 inch. It dumped by buckets
down in southwest Valley County where nearly an inch and a half
fell within 30 minutes and had Square Creek running high.
Tonight: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms
before midnight. Mostly clear, with a low around 51. West
northwest wind 11 to 16 mph becoming light and variable
after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 23 mph.
Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 72. Breezy, with a
southwest wind 6 to 11 mph becoming northwest 17 to 22
mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 31 mph.
Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 44. North
wind 15 to 20 mph decreasing to 8 to 13 mph after midnight.
Winds could gust as high as 28 mph.
Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 63. Light and variable
wind becoming north northwest around 6 mph in the
afternoon.
Friday Night: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 45. Calm wind. Chance of
precipitation is 20%.
Saturday: A slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms
also possible after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 68.
Calm wind becoming south around 5 mph in the afternoon.
Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Saturday Night: A slight chance of showers and
thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Sunday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 76.
Sunday Night: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Partly cloudy, with a low around 51.
Monday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 79.
Monday Night: A slight chance of showers and
thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, with a low around 51.
Tuesday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly
sunny, with a high near 75.

BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ
Multi-Party Rummage Sale: Saturday, June 7th, 8am-?.
Household, furniture, Stutsman hat, dishes, name brand kids
clothes (all sizes - Gymboree, etc.), lots & lots of miscellaneous.
At the Elks in Glasgow.
BUZZ
LARGE RUMMAGE/HOME SALE: Friday, June 6th, 4pm to 8pm;
Saturday, June 7th, 8am-2pm. Furniture: Hard Rock Table and
Chairs, Oak Entertainment Center, Love Seat/Hide-a-bed, Leather
couch and Love seat set, End tables Maple, LivRoom Rug 8x13,
Oak drop leaf table, Lots of Large framed pictures (Western
and other). FISHING POLES, Leather and elk hides, Outdoor
items, Kitchen pots and pans, Western Hats and shirts. Taylor
Storage Unit #313, Cherry Creek Street - Watch for
signs.
BUZZ
Markles hardware is seeking ft, pt & seasonal
help: Building, stocking, merchandising & helping customers.
Customer service skills a must. Wage DOE. Applications
available at the store or job service.
BUZZ
FOR SALE: Work, huntin, climbin truck. Low miles 110k, 1997
Dodge Ext. Cab, long box, Detroit locker. Runs great, one owner.
Best offer. Call 263-2030.
BUZZ
COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR SALE: 5,500 sq. ft. with storage.
Large shop, office, and nice 3 bedroom apartment with yard all in
one building. Large .62 acre lot with good Hwy 2 visibility. City
sewer and water. 275k. 228-2016.
BUZZ
Will Do Lawn mowing: From small yards to large lots. Call
263-2640.
BUZZ
Licensed & Registered day care openings: Age: Infants
to 4 years old. Call 406-665-6294 for interviews.
BUZZ
Need help with your garden? Friendly, quick rototilling
service! No job too big or too small. $65/hour, 1 hour minimum.
Call Cutter to make an appointment, 263-4510.

- Several Shift Options Open

Letter to the Buzz


Fred, his Mercedes & his sister

While I was back home in


Glasgow over Memorial Day
weekend visiting my sister, Donna
Combs, I read the BS Buzz which
she always saves for me to read &
catch up on happenings in Glasgow.
In the May 16, 2014, issue Vol
3, No 69, you published an article/interview with Fred
Wratislaw and his tricked out Mercedes. I graduated
from high school in Glasgow in 1962 and one of my best
friends at the time was Barbara Wratislaw, who I believe
is Freds sister. Their fathers name was also Fred, but the
picture appears to be of a younger man.
I kept in touch with Barbara while they were in
Australia, and then lost contact.

Does anyone have any contact information for Fred
that you could either send me or if you could send my
information to him so that I can re-establish contact
with Barbara?
My contact information is martzwilliams@hotmail.
com . I live in Spokane Washington; my mailing address
is 11904 E Alki Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
I would appreciate any help you can provide me on
Fred or Barbara Wratislaw. Last I heard from her she was
married and ONeill was her married name.

Thank you,

Janet Martz (Walker)

OLDER HOME WITH LOTS OF POTENTIAL

3 Bedrooms
1.5 Bathrooms
Large Corner
Lot w/Room to
Build Garage
New Roof &
Siding in 2008
Motivated Seller

702 6th Ave S Glasgow Call 367-5262

Wild Horse Stampede


Celebrating 91st Year

Wolf Points Wild Horse Stampede will be


celebrating their 91st year at the Marvin Brookman
Stadium in Wolf Poin July 10th 12th.

The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede is a three-day
event including a PRCA-sanctioned rodeo that brings
the best cowboys to northeast Montana. PRCA RAM
Rodeo action will begin each evening at 7:00 p.m.
Events and festivities set for the 91st weekend
celebration include the KVCK Country Showdown
and KVCK Korral talent show, class reunions,
Unsung Heroes Parade, carnival, the famous
Catholic Hamburger Stand on Main Street, Tough
Enough to Wear Pink Night, Stampede Roundup
Golf Tournament, Street Dance, Wild Horse Race
and Calcutta, Human Stampede, Museum Pancake
Breakfast, Kids Stick Horse Rodeo, attendance by Miss
Rodeo Montana, Cowboy Church, Art in the Park,
open Team Roping, Hall Brothers Raminator monster
truck feature attraction, and more.
The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede was chosen
by Travel Montana as one of Montanas 10 Best Parties!

SPECIALS:
WEDNESDAY

Soup: POTATO
Lunch: MUSHROOM
CHEESEBURGER
Dinner: 8oz CHICKEN FRY

THURSDAY

Soup: CHICKEN VEGETABLE


Lunch: STEAK SANDWICH
Dinner: 8oz SIRLOIN

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER


Lunch: SHRIMP POBOY
Dinner: HALIBUT STEAK

BS Buzz Photos

SATURDAY

Soup: COOKS CHOICE


Lunch: CHICKEN PHILLY
Dinner: RIBEYE

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

Have Your Parties Here


BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO
HANG OUT!

Riddle Time
with Red
Tuesdays teaser:
with gas?

THE HANGAR

Sr. Citizen Menu

What has ten letters and starts

Answer: Well.... perhaps a trick question here. Not


only does automobile have 10 letters, but so does
flatulence.
Todays teaser:
There are several books on a
bookshelf. If one book is the 4th from the left and 6th
from the right, how many books are on the shelf?

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

THURSDAY
Congrats The Scotty track and field teams held their season awards ceremony on
Tuesday night. High point winner for the girls was Megan Dailey, top photo; for the boys it
was Ryan Grandchamp, above right. Coachs Award Winners were Rachael Zeiger, Kerry
Hoffman, Abbi Helland, Tyler Wesen, Jason Thibault and Lachlan Vaira, above left.

HOUSE FOR SALE ~ NORTH OF GLASGOW

TWO STORY 4 PLEX


W LISTING

NE

20-933

Call EARL HANDY 406-228-2114


www.hellandagencyinc.com

Chicken

Call for reservation by 10 AM


228-9500

Hinsdale, Montana

Priced at $149,000

20 Acres
7 mi. N of Glasgow
2,400 sq. ft.
5 Bedroom, 3 Bath
Newly Remodeled
Kitchen
2 Car Detached Garage
$410,000 Call Kristi 263-8104

FIREWORK
FUND DRIVE
WAS A

HUGE SUCCESS !

JUNE 4 - 10

Customer Service Training coming to Glasgow



Representatives
of
local
convenience stores, lodging properties,
visitor information centers, museums,
outfitters, restaurants and any business
greeting visitors to the area are invited,
free of charge, to attend the popular
Rockin to the Rhythm of Service
seminar on Wednesday, June 11.
The Glasgow Chamber of
Commerce & Agricultre will host the
training in the Childrens Museum
of Northeast Montana (514 2nd Ave.
S.) from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The
Glasgow TBID will give away a Kindle
HD to one lucky participant in a door
prize drawing.
Business owners, managers, and
front-line staff are encouraged to attend
together. Brought to your community
by the Montana Office of Tourism and
their Tourism Development Program,
this fast-paced customer service and
tourism training program is custom-

THURSDAY
Soup: Potato Delight Chili

Chicken Noodle

Farmland Pork

BABY BACK RIBS................$2.99/lb.


Boneless Beef Family Pack

NEW YORK STEAKS............ $6.99/lb.

Special:

Bleu Burger
Dine at theO

80% Lean 20% Fat Family Pack

GROUND BEEF...................$2.79/lb.
Willamette Valley

228-8006

FLAT IRON STEAKS.............$7.99/lb.


Farmland 19.2-24oz. Select Varieties Seasoned

PORK TENERLOINS............. $6.49 ea.


Nautilus 1lb. 26-30 ct.

JUMBO COOKED SHRIMP...$10.99 ea.

designed for Montana hospitality


providers. New this year is a special
focus on advanced questioning
techniques. These techniques help
engage and guide your visitors, probe
for more information, clarify needs, and
lead to productive relationships with
your customers. Combining efforts to
focus on customer service ensures the
viability of Montanas economic success
and its $3 billion tourism industry.
Attendees are encouraged to
bring brochures, flyers, or information
to share about area businesses and
attractions.
Each participant will
receive a certificate of completion.
Pre-registration is required. Contact
the Chamber office at 406.228.2222 or
email chamber@nemont.net to register.
Seminar trainer Tami Burke
is a talented facilitator who will
motivate attendees to value their role
in our tourism industry, expand their

knowledge, connect with customers


and take a fresh look at ways your
business can not only attain rave
reviews from visitors, but also keep
them returning again and again. With
strong connections to the Montana
tourism industry, her service examples
and suggestions will prompt thoughtful
discussions and provide practical
skills and tips which can be put to use
immediately. Previous participants
appreciated learning about the wealth
of travel resources available, hearing
stories to share from others in their
community, obtaining new customer
service perspectives and tactics, and
experiencing the group interaction.
For anyone unable to attend
Rockin to the Rhythm of Service,
a free online, self-paced program,
Lost and Found in Montana, also is
available. For more information, visit
montanasuperhost.com.

ALLEN EDGE
on BURGLARS

2014 Season

Fridays & Saturdays


7:30 pm
Sundays 4:00 pm

Theyve broken in my house


so many times, they leave
notes complaining about
things: The salt was low.
Pick up bread. We be back.
Grease all over my stove -they cooked and left the best
chicken and dressing you
ever want to lay your lips
on.

Brought to you by the


Fort Peck Fine Arts Council
Bringing you live theatre for 45 years
www.fortpecktheatre.org
Reservations call 406-526-9943

PLAYING:
May 30, 31
and June 1
June 6, 7
and 8

To Everyone Who Voted for Me,

THANK YOU.

Playwright
Alfred Uhry

See you in November!

Dave Gorton
Candidate for

Valley County Justice of the Peace


Qualified - P
Professional

Paid for by Dave Gorton for J.P.


Dave Riggin, Treasurer

602 6th Ave. South


Glasgow, MT 59230

Playing
June
13-15
20-22
27-29
Playing
July
25-27
Aug
1-3
8-10

Playing
July
4-6
11-13
18-20
Playing
Aug
15-17
22-24
29-31

Fine Arts Council

For Season Tickets


call 406-228-9216

Letter to the Buzz


Tell it like it is...


As they say in the NFL - Cmon Man! Mr. Frantz
put out partial information with spin in his response
to the Nick Chiechi article in the June 3rd BUZZ. It
referenced my Chats with Terry-Lee BUZZ article of
May 28th. Youre either missing the point or putting out
DISINFORMATION in your article Frantz. Lets tell it like
it is and set things straight, NO SPIN!

1. INNUENDOS, UNTRUTHS- Performance based
SMCA is reflected in their $32 million dollar replacement
insurance along with $1 1/2 million dollar liability
coverage. Thats what is would cost to replace their 251
units worth $8-9 million dollars and only have a fair market
value of $35,000 each on average at best. The potential
based DTM/Mitchell units were bought through tax deeds
at between $300 and $700 dollars each approximately, they
are uninsurable, banks dont usually lend on them, and
thats what one sees, the junk units as one Investor stated
and wrote about, when entering St Marie. As an example
Terry-Lees 403 fourplex was bought for taxes for $700 per
unit. These uninsured units have hardly any value until
theyre brought up to spec.....Potential based properties
as referred to. Banks WILL loan on SMCA units and
will NOT loan on units that have no value to speak of.
Correction your comment- Drive into St Marie and one
sees unkept units that banks wont loan on, they will loan
on the kept up SMCA $35,000 units.

2.YOU SAID: SMCA has been in existence for over
25 years and look at the shape St Marie is in, whats special
about their performance? SMCA units are the ones
that reflect new roofs, siding, painting, doors, windows,
furnaces, etc. and have value and good looks. The shape
of other buildings/units are what you investor/developers
bought for taxes and appear as unkept eye sores. Yes, look
the town over, those that pay their taxes, water/sewer bills,
and association dues have nice looking condo units. They
were the first and present folks to DO REHABS on 251
units, NOT DTM lately on 6 or seven units!

3. BIASED BASED OPINION and RUMOR- I report
the opinions of many others and what people have told me
they have heard. And YES, I have court documents with
JUDGE RULINGS to back up whats truthful and legal,
DO YOU?
4. VILLAGE FEES/LIENS- Yes, you are aware of
Village Fees and options to get their money VIA LIENS.
That can work for the stand up/straight shooters if
necessary, and also AGAINST the straight shooters if the
WRONG PEOPLE get in positions of power on the Village
Board. Board Presidents, Directors, and Managers can do
whatever they wish LEGALLY, though not always ethical
and equitable as was DONE IN PAST years.

5. CONFLICT/GOLDEN RULE! - Were not living in a


Fantasy World. It takes EVERYONE paying their bills
to keep the place running (infrastructure) and looking
good (units in good repair). Those current folks running
the Boards ALL PAY THEIR TAXES and OTHER BILLS.
Are ALL you investors CURRENT on ALL YOUR BILLS?
Thats not a QUESTION of CONFLICT or someone not
practicing the Golden Rule. A man is judged by the SUM
of his ACTIONS.

6. CONTROL- Control the operations of the Village?
Carry on the business of the Covenant Owners? Business
affairs poorly handled by the Village Board? Are you
IRRATIONAL or just PLAIN NUTS? You folks own 51%
of the JUNK UNITS in St Marie, are NOT CURRENT on
all your BILLS and you want to control the Village Board?
Surely you jest!
The current Village Board provides basic services
that they can afford since only 29% of billed revenue
is collected. The first thing you should do is LIEN
YOURSELVES if you do get on the Village Board!

7. NEGOTIATE/HARMONY- Folks have been paying
full Village fees for 20 years and SOME want a discount or
fees waived? You call that fair and equitable and thats
what it will take to PROMOTE HARMONY? You gotta be
joking! The next time I see you Ill hand you the Judges
Ruling on your nonsensical request.
8. WHAT are SOVEREIGNS? ....You asked. YOU
gotta be KIDDING Merrill!.... All the paperwork filed
down at Valley County says it in PLAIN ENGLISH.
I personally gave Terry-Lee the ABA (American Bar
Association) PAPERS (May 2014) describing the WAYS
OF SOVEREIGNS, which I discussed with him but did
not go into in my writings because I did not want to be an
alarmist.

I WELCOME ADDITIONS, CLARIFICATIONS, OR
CORRECTIONS IN REGARD TO THIS ARTICLE.
~ Nick Chiechi - Veteran, Patriot, Taxpayer

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one year anniversary
celebration!
Friday, June 13th, 9am-5:30pm
Saturday, June 14th, 9am-3pm

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