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Each week we draw from ALL that week's anniversaries and birthdays to give away a birthday prize pack from our sponsors:
- $10 gift certificate from the Apple Trolley
- Collector's coins from Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
- Two matinee tickets from Valley Cinemas
- Reynolds Market Deli & Bakery will be giving away a $10 gift certificate

Our weekly winner: Dr. Lawrence Palazzo

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
Reynolds Market Deli and Bakery
Select 2 Entree Items Along With 2 Side Items For Just $6.00

Foxy Combo Entree Items:
Chicken Breast, Chicken Thigh, Chicken Drumstick, Chicken Wing, Chicken Tender,
Pizza Stick, Burrito, Corn Dog, Egg Roll

Foxy Combo Side Items:
Potato Wedges, Macaroni Salad, Gourmet Mac & Cheese, Bbq Beans, Mashed Potatoes And Gravy,
Regular Potato Salad, Ham & Pea Salad, 3 Bean Salad, Raspberry Parfait, Pistachio Cream Salad

Reynold's always has some Protein Packs ready: 8 different individually wrapped protein packs, just $5.00 each-
4 cheese
2 cheese with 2 pretzel
2 cheese with grapes and carrots
2 meat with 2 cheese
2 meat 2 cheese and carrots
1 meat 2 cheese and grapes
2 meat with cheese and pretzel chips
Meat cheese carrots and grapes
Meat and cheese with crackers in a 7 oz. cup
Meat and cheese with trail mix in a 7 oz. cup

Valley Cinemas
The Mule (R) @ 4, 7, 9:20 p.m. & Holmes & Watson (PG-13) @ 4:10, 7:15, 9:15 p.m.

Don't miss Free Popcorn Tuesday - get a free small popcorn w/ every paid admission on Tuesdays at Valley Cinemas!

For full movie details, visit Valley Cinemas online.

Apple Trolley
The Apple Trolley - because apples make people happy!

Walk into the shop across from the Albertson's parking lot and grab treats OR utilize the DRIVE-THRU to pick up your gourmet apples, soups, cupcakes, sandwiches, and more. There's now also a table set up for you to dine in!

Start the New Year off right! Potato-less breakfast burritos, fresh fruit smoothies, gluten free and low fat soups are here! Let the Apple Trolley help you hit those New Year goals.

Now serving espressos! Stop in to the Apple Trolley to grab breakfast and a latte.

Have you tried an Apple Trolley panini yet? Pair the warm sandwich with a small soup for $9.

Hours are Monday- Friday from 7 to 4 and Saturdays from 8 to 2.

Offering sugar-free options! Stop in or call 228-2915. Go online...

Today In History

Today is Brew a Potion Day, National Popcorn Day, New Friends Day and Tin Can Day

In 1809, author Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston.
In 1825, Ezra Daggett and nephew Thomas Kensett patented food storage in tin cans.
In 1840, Antarctica was discovered by Charles Wilkes expedition.
In 1907, The first film reviews appeared in "Variety" magazine. The magazine had only been in print two years before it expanded its section covering new vaudeville acts to include reviews of films.
In 1910, The National Institute of Arts and Letters was incorporated by an Act of Congress.
In 1915, A patent was issued to George Claude for a neon tube advertising sign.
In 1918, A system for making color motion pictures, invented by Dr. Herbert Kalmus, was used in the film "The Gulf Between," and was copyrighted.
In 1938, GM began mass production of diesel engines.
In 1947, the comic strip "Steve Canyon" debut. It lasted through June 4, 1988.
In 1953, Sixty-eight percent of all TV sets in the U.S. were tuned to CBS-TV this day, as Lucy Ricardo of "I Love Lucy" gave birth to a baby boy -- just as she actually did in real life -- following the script to the letter! The audience for the program was greater than that watching the inauguration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower the following day. In fact, the Lucille Ball 'baby' story knocked the inauguration off the front page of many major newspapers.
In 1955, "Scrabble" made its debut on the board game market.
In 1955, a presidential news conference was filmed for television for the first time, with permission from President Eisenhower.
In 1955, "The Millionaire", TV Anthology; debut on CBS. Marvin Miller stars and plays Michael Anthony, personal secretary to rich guy John Beresford Tipton, who every week gives out $1 million to see how it will change the lives of the lucky recipients.

Today's Birthdays: Actress Tippi Hedren is 89. Actor-singer Michael Crawford is 77. Actress Shelley Fabares (fab-RAY') is 75. Country singer Dolly Parton is 73. TV chef Paula Deen is 72. Singer Martha Davis of The Motels is 68. Singer Dewey Bunnell (buh-NEL') of America is 67. Actor Desi Arnaz Junior is 66. Actress Katey Sagal ("Sons of Anarchy," ''Married...With Children") is 65. Comedian Paul Rodriguez is 64. Keyboardist Mickey Virtue of UB40 is 62. Actor Paul McCrane ("ER") is 58. Singer Whitfield Crane of Ugly Kid Joe is 51. Singer Trey Lorenz is 50. Actor Shawn Wayans ("White Chicks," ''Scary Movie") is 48. Singer-guitarist John Wozniak of Marcy Playground is 48. Actress Drea de Matteo (DRAY'-uh dih muh-TAY'-oh) ("Joey," ''The Sopranos") is 47. Comedian Frank Caliendo ("Frank TV," ''Mad TV") is 45. Actor Drew Powell ("Gotham") is 43. Actress Bitsie Tulloch ("Grimm") is 38. Actress Jodie Sweetin ("Full House") is 37. Actress Shaunette Renee Wilson ("The Resident") is 29.

Local Birthdays/Anniversaries
Jan 19 Rick Gamas
Jan 19 Betty Barnett
Jan 19 Patti Rexhausen
Jan 20 Mike Boyer 60
Jan 21 Macy Klind
Jan 22 Betty Belakjon
Jan 23 Keelyn Skolrud 13
Jan 24 Bill Durell
Jan 25 Doug & Gwen Page Anniversary Glasgow
Jan 26 Jerrett Braaten Glasgow
Jan 26 Whitney Galland
Jan 26 Alyssa Meland 3
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