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Flag Day Photo

Flag Day is always celebrated on
June 14th, and this is a photo by
Trent Pitsenbarger of a Blue Angels
demonstration over Fort McHenry. One
of the best stories about Old Glory is
from Fort McHenry National Monument
& Historic Shrine in Maryland. During
the 1814 Battle of Baltimore, a massive
flag measuring 30 feet high and 42 feet
long flew over the fort. After a night of
British bombardment, Francis Scott
Key saw the flag still waving above
the fort and was inspired to write the
words for the “Star Spangled Banner.”
It remains a moving sight to this day.
Also on Friday, Senator Steve Daines
introduced a constitutional amendment
that bans burning the American flag.
that would ban the burning of the
American Flag. “The American flag has
been a symbol of hope and freedom for
centuries and ought to be respected,”
Daines said. “Our nation’s flag must be
set apart as a protected symbol worthy
of honor.” It immediately caught the
attention of President Donald Trump.
“All in for Senator Steve Daines as he
proposes an Amendment for a strong
BAN on burning our American Flag. A
no brainer!” June 14th also happens
to be President Trump’s birthday!
Perhaps another reason why he loves
his country. Many Americans fail to
realize that at the time of the creation
of the flag, there was no formal nation
of the United States of America.
Looking to hire 2
employees 16 yrs +
for the Summer
Duties will include:
hauling tires, putting
tires away, cleaning
the shop, and
outside maintenance.
Pay will be
$10 per hour

Joe Yeoman was 9th Annual is in the books

Eight teams made it to Fort Peck this weekend for
right about getting
the 9th Annual “Chappy” Memorial Co-Ed Softball
a little rain! Tournament and 14 Games were played out on John
Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 50. East wind 6 to
Hahn Field.
9 mph. Action started bright and early Saturday morning.
Tuesday: A slight chance of showers between 11am and Eight games were contested on Saturday. The final six
noon, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms after teams closed out the action today with 6 more games.
noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 79. Southeast wind 7 to Here are the complete results:
9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%. Saturday, First Round --
Tuesday Night: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm Rocks Auto Mall 12, Northern Lights Casino 11
before midnight, then a chance of showers. Low around 52. Fort Peck Marina 12, Busted Knuckle 6
Southeast wind 6 to 8 mph becoming west after midnight. # Skoden (Billings) 16, Alley’s Palace 0
Chance of precipitation is 80%. Screamin’ Gophers (Frazer) 21, Out Crowd (Miles
Wednesday: A 40 percent chance of showers and City) 16
thunderstorms after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 77. 1st Round Consolation --
West wind 8 to 13 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Northern Lights Casino 14, Alley’s Palace 1
Wednesday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Busted Knuckle 15, Out Crowd 6
Partly cloudy, with a low around 47. West wind 10 to 14 mph, Quarterfinals --
with gusts as high as 21 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
# Skoden 17, Rocks Auto Mall 14
Thursday: A slight chance of showers, then a chance of Fort Peck Marina 20, Screamin’ Gophers 1
showers and thunderstorms after noon. Partly sunny, with a Sunday, 2nd Round Consolation --
high near 68. West wind 14 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as
Northern Lights Casino 2, Screamin’ Gophers 0
33 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Thursday Night: A 30% chance of showers and
Busted Knuckle 19, Rock’s Auto Mall 3
thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 46.
Semifinals - # Skoden 12, Fort Peck Marina 10
Friday: A 50% chance of showers, with thunderstorms also 4th Place Game - Busted Knuckle 10, Northern Lights
possible after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 68. West
Casino 4
northwest wind 9 to 11 mph.
3rd Place Game - Busted Knuckle 14, Fort Peck
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 47.
Marina 2
Saturday: A 40 percent chance of showers and Championship - # Skoden 14, Busted Knuckle 10
thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 71. West wind Male MVP - Tyson Schlabs (# Skoden)
around 8 mph.
Female MVP - Marissa Cumber (# Skoden)
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 49. Male Home Run Derby Champion - Tyson Schlabs
Sunday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly Female Home Run Derby Champion - Marissa
sunny, with a high near 75. Cumber (# Skoden)
DOWNSIZING RUMMAGE SALE, Saturday June 22nd, open at 9am, WANT A REWARDING CAREER? Come work at Milk River Inc. as a Direct
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Selling 2 fine old cars, 1952 Oldsmobile 88 4 door Blue 46,500 miles, FOR MORE INFORMATION AND AN APPLICATION.
1967 Oldsmobile 98 Black 34,705 miles, both have clear titles. #10 Red BUZZ
Wing crock, Old tin litho doll house, Kitchen table w/6 chairs, couch, shop FULL TIME & PART TIME DIETARY AIDE. The Food Service Aide
items, bench drill press, Cutting torch & tanks, nice art, electric bed, other prepares and serves palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to meet the
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BUZZ provides a very meaningful role within Valley View Home and you will feel
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$10 BAG SALE on clothing only. Now thru Saturday, June 22. Mon.-Fri. FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home with 1.5 bath, big kitchen, built-ins. Spacious
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DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED Dillon business looking for local delivery BUZZ
drivers. Must have previous driving experience. Must be 21+ with a valid FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Water and heat paid. $525/mo. plus security
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CAMPBELL LODGE: is now hiring. CONTACT MELANIE AT 228-9328 OR JUSTIN 364-2156 OR 263-2638
BUZZ FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home with 1.5 bath, big kitchen, built-ins. Spacious
FULL TIME COOK. The Cook prepares palatable, nutritionally sound meals 2-bedroom available soon. Detached garage. Water/sewer provided. No
for our residents at Valley View. Our cooks are responsible in ensuring our smoking or pets. Deposit, lease required. (406)367-9300 OR (651)490-5757
Dietary Aides provide service promptly with delegated authority from the BUZZ
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your career and grow with us! PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION Asking $1,200 per month. CALL 228-2525
BUZZ If you’ve been looking for acreage on the Milk River then look
RUNDLE SUITES needs energetic team players for housekeeping and no further! Here is 137 acres with 1.4 miles of Milk River
frontage now for sale in Glasgow, Montana. Enjoy fishing
front desk. Looking for dependable and motivated. $11-16/hr DOE. PICK Smallmouth Bass, Sturgeon and Whitefish on the Milk
UP AN APPLICATION AT RUNDLE SUITES. 406-228-2800 River! In addition, there is excellent deer, pheasant and
turkey hunting in the same area. Presently 85+ of the acres
are being farmed in wheat. There are some old home sites and outbuildings that
are in bad shape and are not repairable. The well water is not drinkable and only
good for irrigation. This is an excellent location for a hunting preserve with off
season farming. For all the details contact Earl Handy at 760-954-3301!
Zerbe Bros. is looking for a Diesel Technician to become a valued
member of their Service Department. Perform diagnostics, repairs, CALL TODAY at 406-228-2114 Priced at $300,000
maintenance, and pre-delivery work on agricultural equipment including
but not limited to; tractors, balers, drills, sprayers and combines. FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD CLOSE TO SCHOOLS!
Proficient in hydraulic and electrical systems is a must. Basic knowledge 4 Bedroom, 2 bath 2016 +/- sq. ft.
of computer skills and software updates required. Need to be willing to spacious home with Kitchens on both
maintain up-to-date technical, mechanical and product knowledge that is levels! Rock Fire place in living room,
needed to perform your task. Must have a great attitude and work well walk out basement to fenced back yard,
and low maintenance metal roof. Forced
with a team.
air, central air and an attached single
Pay depending on experience. Benefits include health insurance, eye/ car garage. Great 1st time home owner
dental coverage, vacation and sick leave, 401K and profit sharing. opportunity!
Uniforms are also provided.
ASKING $139,900 #349
Please mail job application along with resume to Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
Zerbe Brother’s Inc 54321 US HWY 2, Glasgow, MT 59230 (406) 228-2525 -
or call Galen Zerbe at (406) 228-4311.
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Rosendale makes
this morning
With U.S.
Congressman Greg
Gianforte (R) announcing
he would once again be
running for Montana
Governor, Montana
Secretary of State Corey
Stapleton (R) dropped
out of the governor’s race
and will be running for
Gianforte’s vacancy of the
House of Representatives.
This morning on
Montana Talks, Montana
State Auditor Matt
Rosendale (R) announced
that he will also be running
for Montana’s lone U.S.
House seat.
Rosendale was the
Republican nominee
in Montana’s 2018 U.S.
Senate election, but lost
to incumbent Democratic
U.S. Senator Jon Tester.
Tester won 50% of the vote
to Rosendale’s 47%, with
Libertarian candidate Rick
Breckenridge taking 3%.
The general election is
500 days away.
Thanks for Listening US of A like to adopt 300 or so mostly pennyless and
disease ridden Congolese families?
Friends and others; It’s time to hire that little Dutch boy who plugged
There must be a sign posted the dike.... (oops, can’t use that word.)....the little Dutch
somewhere that states something like boy who used his thumb to plug the leak in the ‘water
“ Come to American you indigent containment barrier’ with his thumb saving the town.
immigrants. Everything will be As I’ve said before....I’m not in favor of the wall.
furnished as soon as you illegally cross I am in favor of Trump for trying but the wall will not
the border and turn yourself in to the Border stop people like these Central Africans who just seemed
Patrol. No one turned away! No need to hurry. There’s to appear on this side of the border, no one knows how.
room for everyone.” And once they are here do we send them back to
The first mass migration is from Central America. their original place of origin? Do we incarcerate them
It is still going strong and the Border Patrol is inundated as the criminals they are? Do we show the world we
with applications for asylum. have had enough and that when you enter our country
If that wasn’t enough, we are now being infiltrated illegally there will be tough consequences, not just a
by Africans from the Republic of the Congo, the slap on the wrist, a sack lunch and a bus ride back to
Democratic Republic of the Congo and from Angola. the border.
According to the Breitbart News, 117 Central Mexico, one of our best trade partners (Not) is
African migrants began illegally crossing the South doing absolutely nothing to quell the invasion. They’re
Texas Border on May 30th. How are they getting across sitting back laughing their collective arses off seeing
our border? Who the Hell let them in? the dilemma we are in. They’ll be sorry though because
By June 5th more than 500 African illegal migrants for every Central African who enters the US and gains
had crossed illegally in this single Border Patrol Sector. illegal employment that will mean just one less job
Did you catch the word ILLEGALLY? for and Central American who escapes detection and
But here’s where I get confused folks. The Texas enters illegally looking for a hand-out.
city of San Antonio was expected to be able to move It has to stop friends. America has all the problems
the Congolese illegal migrants along to Portland, Maine we can deal with as I speak. All you BHL’s who condone
but when Interim Assistant City Mgr of San Antonio all these illegal shenanigans will find that one day soon
Dr. Collen Bridger reached out to Portland, Bridger it will rear up and bite you right square where you sit.
was told “Please don’t send us and more. We’re already The really bad thing about this whole situation is
stretched way beyond our capacity.” that the main stream media is saying “crisis? what crisis,”
Bridger is now trying to locate other localities who and “there’s no’s all fake,” and my favorite, “It’s
would be willing to foot the bill for these migrants. preposterous to call this an ‘emergency’.”
Most of them are indigent and have not been cleared Enough is Enough!
medically and are carrying diseases not common to the That’s it for now folks. Thanks for listening
US. Not a just few of them have TB. And the HIV virus ~ Virgil Vaupel
is rampant in Central Africa.
Do we really need more of this insanity? The Join us for a
Demoncrats are giddy with delight at the prospect of Retirement
more votes for their candidates. Party for
How would you folks of Valley County, Montana, ADRIAN
Thursday, Wednesday
June 20 Nights
at 6:00pm 6:00 - 8:00pm
Kiwanis Downstream Build a Burger
Campground Shelter #3
& get a
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Family Pack Certified Angus Beef® Boneless
RIBEYE STEAK ...........................$9.99 lb. VALLEY VIEW HOME
Family Pack Certified Angus Beef® Boneless ANNUAL COMMUNITY BBQ
PETITE SIRLOIN STEAK...............$3.99 lb.
INTRODUCING Certified Angus Beef® Boneless WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
Certified Angus Beef® RUMP ROAST ............................$2.99 lb. 4:30 - 7:00PM • VALLEY VIEW HOME
Family Pack Certified Angus Beef® 80/20 Sponsored by the Valley View Home Foundation
GROUND BEEF ..........................$2.79 lb.
Certified Angus Beef® Jump House & Yard Games for the Kids
PETITE SIRLOIN ROAST ..............$3.69 lb. BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Family Pack Certified Angus Beef® with sides along with drinks and a desert
With Standards more selective than USDA CUBE STEAK..............................$3.99 lb.
Prime, Choice, and Select, each Certified Fresh Pork We want to thank our community and welcome all
Angus Beef® brand cut meets or exceeds BABY BACK RIBS .......................$2.99 lb. visitors to please come and enjoy a FREE meal and
10 standards for quality – a promise of some time with us at Valley View Home!
unrivaled flavor, juiciness and tenderness. Boneless Skinless
CHICKEN BREASTS .................... $1.99 lb. Staff, Volunteers & Friends will be hosting a Bake
Enter to Win! Sale during this event and 100% of profit go
This Father’s Day, we are giving away a Boneless Pork
$200 Certified Angus Beef® brand beef SIRLOIN CHOPS ........................ $1.99 lb. directly to our residents Christmas Stocking Fund.
bundle! Register at the Meat Department Johnsonville 19 oz. Select Varieties Please don’t hesitate to contact Valley View if you
before the Drawing on Saturday, June 15. SAUSAGE ................................. $3.99 ea. too would like to donate a baked good!

Public can help pick Montana’s Choice at Miss Montana Pageant

Would you believe Lucille Chouinard of Fort Peck The public can help determine who gets to be
was the the very first woman crowned Miss Montana Montana’s Choice and advance to the semifinals. By
in 1939? 2018 winner was Laura Haller of Helena. voting for your favorite miss and teen contestant with
The Miss Montana Program, now in its 70th year one dollar a vote at,
and held in Glendive the last 15 years, will run from the contestant raising the most “votes” on line and
June 20 through 22 at the DCHS auditorium. Thursday at the preliminaries ending on Friday, June 21 wins
is the preliminary competition for the teen and miss the Montana’s Choice scholarship and a spot in the
contestants. Friday, June 21 will be the crowning of semifinals.
the new Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen plus more Miss Montana contestants are Kinsey Ross,18,
talent, evening gown and on stage questions for the Bainville; Alexa Baisch, 19, Glendive; Kristy Cullinan,
Miss Montana contestants. Saturday, June 22 culminates 20, Glendive; Samantha French, 24, Havre; Haylee
with the crowning of the new Miss Montana 2019. Storlie, 22, Glendive; Kourtney Hanson, 18, Chinook;
24 amazing young women arrived in Glendive Kaylee Kent, 18, Butte; Jessica Criss, 22, Bozeman;
on Sunday to start a whirlwind week of excitement, Reegan Mosley, 18, Miles City; Mo Shea, 22, Helena;
adventure, community service, and the chance to win and Emily Kuehn 19, of Glendive.
the state title. Each contestant besides being talented Outstanding Teen contestants, age 14-17, are
has a platform to make a difference from skin cancer Jessica Romo-Sidney, Taitlyn Berry-Glendive, Jessa
awareness, the need for foster homes, to suicide Steele-Manhattan, Violet Anderson-Polson, Grace
prevention and empowering youth. Peoples –Wibaux; Tymber Jensen-Absarokee, Liliana
“Dare to make a Difference” is the exciting theme Johnson-Sidney, Karen Murphy-Glendive, Eden
for this year’s Miss Montana and Miss Montana’s Paressini-Billings, Marrin Kolczak-Hardy-Missoula,
Outstanding Teen Scholarship Program. Sloan Orrell-Belgrade, Alissa Bohle of Plevna and
Contestants have decorated their shoes to Simonne Clay of Billings.
represent their hometown or platform for the “Show The winner of Miss Montana will compete in
Us Your Shoes” Parade Friday at 1:00 p.m. followed the Miss America pageant and in the coming year
by an ice cream social in Our Park sponsored by the represent Montana at events across the state. The
Glendive Chamber. Any organization wanting to be in winner of the Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen will
the parade can contact the chamber at 377-5601. go on to compete at the national level in Orlando,
Friday night after the show, the Gala sponsored Florida in late July. With $37,000 in cash scholarships
by Cape Air offers refreshments and dance to celebrate and more in applied scholarships to specific colleges,
the coronation of Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen. these girls are excited and very serious about the
Saturday Miss Montana, Laura Haller, will host importance of representing this amazing place we call
the Royal Tea at the Eastern Plains Event Center where home, Montana!
Miss Montana contestants will model fashions from Tickets are available to purchase online at www.
the VINT, sponsor of the Royal Tea. and at the door.