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Gov. Steve Bullock, center, presents one of the 2014 Montana Neighbor Awards to Lee and Madylon Cornwell of Glasgow during an April 16 ceremony at the state capitol in Helena. Also helping present the award is Glasgow-based FWP Wildlife Biologist Drew Henry, at right. The awards are given annually to Montana landowners who exemplify the tradition of good-neighborliness through community leadership, cooperation, top-quality land stewardship, and allowing public recreational access. The awards are decided by a team from Artemis Common Ground, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, the Montana Association of Land Trusts,

Lee and Madylon Cornwell: Good Neighbors!

The Nature Conservancy, the Montana Chapter of Trout Unlimited, a rancher, and the governors office. The Cornwell Ranch has participated in FWPs Block Management Program since 2001, with over 11,000 acres of their private land enrolled. This property in turn opens up access to more than 100,000 acres of public lands that extend into the Bitter Creek Wilderness Study Area. Ranch owners Lee and Madylon Cornwell and Kirk, Cody and Stewart Cornwell also have more than 11,000 acres signed into a conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy.

No turkey & trimmings for Long Run and other fire responders
APRIL 18 - 24
It was a windy Easter Sunday, and while families gathered inside with the aroma of turkeys, hams and other Easter Holiday fare, Valley County Long Run and other area firefighters could smell nothing but burning grass. A fire broke out at mile marker 43 on Highway 24 North (south of Opheim) when someone sparked the grass in the ditch due to a flat tire. With sustained winds of at least 30 mph and gusting to 45, it was just a matter of minutes before a raging fire was out of control. In fact, the National Weather Service in Glasgow was able to see the fire both on radar and satellite. By the time firefighters had the blaze contained in grassy and CRP land, a total of 455 acres had been scorched, the largest fire for 2014 in Montana. Those responding were: 12 firefighters with 6 units from Glasgow (four were left in town for standby) 1 unit and 4 firefighters from St. Marie 3 units and 7 firefighters from Opheim 2 units and 4 firefighters from Richland 3 units and 6 firefighters from Scobey 1 unit and 1 operator from Thompson & Sons Area farmers came with tractors, discs, fire trucks and water trucks In addition to the 455 burnt acres, one old house and two buildings were lost. Tires and hoses were also burned off farm equipment. But Long Run wasnt done just yet. At 6:25 p.m. Sunday a call came in for response to a blaze in the camping area at the Old Trout Pond by Fort Peck. It sounds like a cigarette thrown in the grass may have been the culprit. About 20 acres and a shed burned. Valley County Long Run has now responded to 21 calls this year; 2013 saw 59 total. Grass is very dry and ready to ignite, so please be extra careful if working or playing outdoors. Extra caution is also needed if doing controlled burns. Call 228-4333 before starting a burn and again after the burn is complete. There is a $500 fine for lighting a fire without a permit. Long Run can also bill if the fire gets out of control for equipment and manpower to put the fire out. Thanks for all the farmers that continue to assist Long Run with equipment, fire units and water supply trucks. While farmers are scrambling to get all the crops into the earth they can before rain is expected to hit the area tonight, this moisture will be most welcome as it is a tinder box out there.

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Twas a beautiful Monday

A very dynamic weather system will begin to impact the area later today. Temps tomorrow will be about 15 degrees cooler than today. Three tenths of an inch of precipitation is possible over today and tomorrow.
Tonight: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, then showers after midnight. Low around 44. Breezy, with an east southeast wind 19 to 24 mph decreasing to 11 to 16 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 33 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%.

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Wednesday: Showers, mainly before noon. High near 57. Breezy, with a west wind 18 to 28 mph, with gusts as high as 39 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Wednesday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 35. Breezy, with a west wind 18 to 23 mph, with gusts as high as 32 mph. Thursday: A 50 percent chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 56. Breezy, with a west wind 17 to 24 mph, with gusts as high as 34 mph. Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 30. Blustery, with a north wind 15 to 22 mph, with gusts as high as 31 mph. Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 51. East northeast wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph. Friday Night: A slight chance of snow showers. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 30. Breezy. Saturday: Rain and snow likely. Cloudy, with a high near 43. Windy. Sunday: Rain and snow likely. Cloudy, with a high near 40. Breezy.

JOIN THE GLASgOW KIWANIS SWIM TEAM and Have a Fun Healthy Summer! Registration Wednesday, April 23, 5pm to 6:30pm in the Library basement. VISIT gLASgOWMTSWIM.COM FOR MORE INFO. BUZZ STAR LODgE IS NOW HIRINg Room Cleaners. PICk Up AppLICATION AT STAR LODgE, 228-2494. BUZZ GENERAL LABORER WANTED: Will perform duties as directed by the Rec. Dept. Director. Requires ability to perform sustained physical duties and work in varied weather conditions. Knowledge of engine repair, turf maintenance & landscaping a plus. Requires valid MT Drivers License. Salary is $9/hr, Hours: 40/wk, Mon-Fri. Position Open Until Filled. AppLY BY COMpLETINg gENERIC jOB SERvICE AppLICATION AND SUBMITTINg DIRECTLY TO EMpLOYER AT 319 3RD ST. S. BUZZ RECREATION INSTRUCTOR WANTED: Will teach youth classes from June-August (four 2-week sessions). Requires basic classroom knowledge of recreation, teaching, physical education & coaching. Applicants must possess excellent communication skills, energetic personality, and ability to work with children and be a good role model & leader. Salary is $9/ hr, Hours: 8am-1:30pm, may vary. Position Close Date: April 25th, 2014. AppLY BY COMpLETINg gENERIC jOB SERvICE AppLICATION AND SUBMITTINg DIRECTLY TO GLASgOW REC DEpT. AT 319 3RD ST. S. BUZZ LIFEgUARD WANTED: Must take Lifeguard Training & CPR class (offered by employer). Will monitor activities in swimming areas to prevent accidents & provide swim instructions in a class setting. Will check pool chemicals daily & record data and oversee the safety of all patrons in pool area. Salary is $9/hr, Hours will vary. Position Close Date: April 25, 2014. AppLY BY COMpLETINg gENERIC jOB SERvICE AppLICATION AND SUBMITTINg DIRECTLY TO GLASgOW REC DEpT. AT 319 3RD ST. S. BUZZ PRAIRIE TRAvELERS: Staffing Coordinator position open immediately. Coordinator is responsible for scheduling healthcare staff for various facilities. Individual must possess good customer service skills and basic computer knowledge. Wages start at $12-$14/hr, paid vacation/sick/holidays. CONTACT GLASGOW JOB SERVICE FOR MORE INFORMATION. BUZZ JOB OpENINg: First Community Bank in Hinsdale has an opening for a part-time Teller. 2 days/week & fill in as needed. AppLY AT JOB SERvICE. EEO/AA EMpLOYER. BUZZ HELp WANTED: Friendly & fast-paced work environment. Starting $10.00/ hr. WALk IN FOR AN AppLICATION AT SUBWAY IN gLASgOW. BUZZ BOX OFFICE pERSON NEEDED FOR THE FORT PECk SUMMER THEATRE: Position runs 5/26/2014 thru 8/31/2014, though this can be negotiable. Hours are Wednesday Sunday Noon to 4pm and additional hours of 6pm-8pm Friday & Saturday. CONTACT THE FORT PECk FINE ARTS COUNCIL FOR MORE INFORMATION, 228-9216. BUZZ EDS STORAgE: Two 12 x 10 Storage Units open immediately in Nashua. CALL 746-3366.


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Facts and Opinions to consider before any future actions fall on condo owners of St Marie.... 12 POINTS TO PONDER as expressed to Developers/ Investors, all Condo Owners in St Marie: 1. Is the stage being set to repeat some unethical acts of the past? 2. Will same individuals of the past position themselves in a position of power? 3. Will same persons again write themselves contracts with large salaries? 4. Will they set fees for others while excluding self? 5. Will they discount large unit owners bills while charging small unit owners the full amount? 6. Will they again apply mechanics liens to units by performing minimal minor deeds? 7. Will people of the past write and approve resolutions and charges to benefit their own self interests? 8. Will association officers again co-mingle association funds with personal money with only 1 signature required? 9. Will the association manager be prevented from taking all association money and property and leave the association broke as in the past? 10. Will the association fail to pay taxes as in the past? 11. Will meetings be held and decisions made while not including ALL members or will all meetings be conducted openly? 12. ***Will all Association Directors, Officers, Managers, Committee Members, and any and ALL Persons connected to the workings of Future St Marie Associations agree to sign an Agreement enforceable by law, not the commit the previously mentioned offenses or unethical acts? If the trust is violated and this signed agreement is breached, it is agreed that the offender will be automatically removed from his or her present Association position and it is further agreed that same person will pay the Association a fine of $500 for each offense.*** NOTE- Items #1 through #12 will be reviewed and revised by 3 different attorneys to insert legal wording as well as being in agreement that #12 will hold up in a Court of Law. This is an effort to insure that future actions taken in St Marie will be ethical and legal with equity and fairness for ALL, thus avoiding any hint of corruption and fraud. Integrity and good character will help gain support and move St Marie in the right direction, forward. ~ Nick Chiechi St. Marie

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Expect access issues for upper Missouri paddlefish season

This years Montana paddlefish seasons will again kick off on May 1 with the opening of the Missouri River section from Fort Benton downstream to Fort Peck Dam. But the public needs to be aware that camping and other access will be limited at the James Kipp Recreation Area at the Fred Robinson Bridge south of Malta due to recent ice-jam related flooding. The area is a popular location for many paddlefish anglers and their families to base. Anglers need to be aware that camping sites will be limited at Kipp said Bureau of Land Management Supervisory Outdoor Recreation Planner Mark Schaefer. Theres also been substantial water-related damage to other roads in the area, including on the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge and on other public lands managed by BLM. People may not be able to go to all of the places theyve been accustomed to getting to in past years. But the public boat ramp at the Kipp Recreation Area is fully open. For questions about the recreation area and other surrounding federal lands, contact Schaefer at 406-622-4015 or the BLMs Lewistown office at BLM_MT_Central_ or 406-538-1945. CMR officials can also be reached at or by calling 406-538-8706. The paddlefish snagging season on the Missouri River below Fort Peck Dam and
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