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Keystone Pipeline To Top Senate Agenda Next Year
Wednesday, December 17th 2014
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell says approving the Keystone XL pipeline will top the Senate agenda in January. The issue could set up an early 2015 veto confrontation with President Barack Obama.

Congressional Republicans have been pushing for approval of the pipeline for years. Obama has resisted because of environmental concerns.

The pipeline would carry tar sands oil from Canada into the United States and eventually to the Texas Gulf Coast.

The Republican-led House has repeatedly passed legislation approving the pipeline. But the bills have died in the Democratic-controlled Senate.

Republicans will take control of the Senate in January, and McConnell said approving the pipeline will be the first issue on the agenda.

McConnell said the pipeline would create jobs.
(Copyright 2014 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

Man Gets 80 Years In Teacher's Oil-Patch Killing
Tuesday, December 16th 2014
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Colorado man has been sentenced to 80 years in prison for killing a Montana teacher in the Northern Plains oil patch.

Court officials say Montana District Judge Richard Simonton sentenced 50-year-old Lester Van Waters Jr. on Monday in Sidney, Montana. An additional 20 years in prison was suspended.

Waters pleaded guilty last year to deliberate homicide by accountability.

Authorities said he and an accomplice killed 43-year-old Sidney High School math teacher Sherry Arnold during an attempted abduction. Her body was found more than two months later buried in a rural area of North Dakota.

The case tragically illustrated the dramatic social changes that have come with an oil boom that's boosted the region's economy.

The accomplice pleaded guilty last month to deliberate homicide. His sentencing has not been scheduled.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Health Department Sees Flu Increase
Tuesday, December 16th 2014
From Valley County Health Department:

We have seen flu activity in Valley County and want to make sure you know how to protect yourself and your family against influenza:

WASH YOUR HANDS! Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze, throw away unused tissue in the trash after use, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

Stay home if you are sick

Get vaccinated. Vaccine is available at the Valley County Health Department and Glasgow Clinic.

If symptoms of flu persist (fever, cough, sore throat, chills, body aches) see your physician.

The Valley County Health Department is located in the Annex building directly behind the Courthouse, hours are Monday – Thursday 7:30 am to 6:00pm

Lori Mason Says Goodbye
Friday, December 12th 2014
Lori Mason, mid-day air talent on KLTZ and known to so many as the "Tradio Lady" is retiring after a 25-year career at KLTZ/Mix-93.

She started at KLTZ back in 1984, and after a short time away in the early 90's, came back in 1994, took over the reigns of Tradio, and has been here ever since!

She's won many broadcast and copy-writer awards over the years, and was even featured in the Wall Street Journal in the early 2000's.

Here are some pictures of the Goodbye Tradio Show:

Stan, Haylie & Lori

Lori, Stan & Tim

Tim, Stan, & Haylie

Haylie & Lori

Tim & Lori

Supreme Court Sets Hearing For Barry Beach Case
Friday, December 12th 2014
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in February on a petition by convicted murderer Barry Beach to be resentenced in a 1979 killing he says he didn't commit.

Beach is serving 100 years in prison without parole in the beating death of Kimberly Nees near Poplar. He says the confession used to convict him was coerced.

Wednesday's order for oral arguments comes after Beach's attorneys said the fact that he was 17 at the time of the offense should factor into his sentence.

In 2011, a state judge granted Beach a new trial and ordered him released from prison. The Supreme Court overturned that ruling 18 months later.

Attorneys for the state say Beach was given unprecedented opportunity to argue his innocence and deserves no more.

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Huge Increases In Amount Of People Using Passenger Airline Service In Glasgow
Thursday, December 11th 2014
The amount of passengers using the Essential Air Service to fly from Glasgow to Billings and Billings to Glasgow has increased substantially in 2014.

According to numbers from the Montana Department of Transportation, through the month of October a total of 6,203 passengers have used Cape Air to fly to and from Billings. The total amount of passengers who used the Essential Air Service program in 2013 was just 3,864.

Cape Air took over for Great Lakes Airlines in December of 2013 and since that time the amount of people using the airline has nearly doubled.

In fact, breaking it down by percentages, the amount of usage has increased 89% compared to 2014.

The amount of people using the Essential Air Service program in all Montana communities using this service has increased. Wolf Point has increased 53%, Havre 111% and Glendive 353%.

Glasgow Area Chamber To Receive Over $12,000 To Promote Montana Governor's Cup Walleye Tournament
Thursday, December 11th 2014
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary today announced the award of $150,000 in funding for events across the state that help support Montana’s vibrant tourism industry as it continues to bring new revenue into the economy. The funding is being made available through the Montana Office of Tourism’s Special Events Grant Program (SEGP).

“From fishing derbies to bicycle tours and rodeos, authentic Montana events serve as important catalysts for bringing people into our downtowns and Main Streets,” said Bullock. “And in turn, Montana’s small businesses in these communities have the opportunity to capture a portion of the $3.6 billion being spent annually by our 11 million visitors.”

The Montana communities receiving SEGP grants this year are Bozeman, Ekalaka, Glasgow, Hamilton, Kalispell, Missoula, Seeley Lake, Stevensville, West Yellowstone, White Sulphur Springs, and Wolf Point. Grant funds are available for event marketing and promotion outside a 100-mile radius of the event.

"Montana's special events are both culturally rich and economically important," said Director O'Leary. "These grants are investments into community efforts enjoyed by residents and travelers alike."

Bullock has identified “Marketing Montana” as a key pillar of his Main Street Montana Project. Through the project, he is working to strengthen and expand efforts to promote Montana as a tourist destination to support economic growth.

To be eligible for an SEGP grant, the applicant must be a Montana non-profit entity, city, county, or tribal government. The event must align with the Montana Tourism & Recreation Strategic Plan and the Montana Brand platform. The event must also be annual and reoccurring, and of interest to the general traveling public.

“The support from the State to help us put together this event has been invaluable,” said Gita Saedi Kiely with the Big Sky Film Institute, which organizes the annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. “For a non-profit grassroots organization, grants like this one allow us to increase our marketing to gain fans and contestants in new areas, and has given us the ability to grow our event to new levels.”

Communities receiving 2014 – 2015 SEGP awards are:

• Bozeman – Cycle Greater Yellowstone; $18,250; Sponsor: Greater Yellowstone Coalition
• Ekalaka – Ekalaka Shindig; $7,350; Sponsor: Carter County Museum
• Glasgow – 28th Annual Montana Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament; $12,000; Sponsor: Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce
• Hamilton – McIntosh Apple Day & Liquid Apple Night; $8,760; Sponsor: Ravalli County Museum & Historical Society
• Kalispell – Kalispell Pond Hockey Classic; $8,760; Sponsor: Kalispell CVB
• Missoula – Big Sky Documentary Film Festival; $23,178; Sponsor: Big Sky Film Institute
• Seeley Lake – In the Footsteps of Norman Maclean Festival; $20,701; Sponsor: Alpine Artisans, Inc.
• Stevensville: Western Heritage Days & Chuck Wagon Cook-off; $6,351; Sponsor: Stevensville Main Street Association
• West Yellowstone – Kids ‘n Snow Weekend Event Series; $4,380; Sponsor: West Yellowstone Chamber of Commerce
• White Sulphur Springs – Red Ants Pants Music Festival; $30,271; Sponsor: Red Ants Pants Foundation
• Wolf Point – Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede; $10,000; Sponsor: Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture

The SEGP was developed in 2002 to assist communities with economic development through the creation and/or enhancement of annual, on-going events. The SEGP grants are approved following recommendations from Montana Department of Commerce staff, Tourism Advisory Council (TAC) members and representatives of Montana’s public and private businesses. To date, the SEGP has provided over $1 million in grant funding to 129 events in various Montana communities.

For more information about the Special Events Grant Program, contact the Montana Office of Tourism staff at (406) 841-2870.

Glasgow School Board Votes To Let Public Decide Name Of New Elementary School
Wednesday, December 10th 2014
The Glasgow School Board voted on Tuesday evening to let Glasgow School District voters decide the name of the new K-5 Elementary school being built in Glasgow.

The new elementary school is being built next to the current Irle Elementary School and two months ago the board had a discussion on whether to keep the name of Irle for the new school or change it to Glasgow Elementary.

The board didn't reach a consensus and tabled a decision until Tuesday evening when the board passed a resolution to let the public decide the new name.

The public will vote during the regular May school election on whether the name of the new school should be Irle Elementary or Glasgow Elementary.

The new school is set to open in August of 2015 and will house grades K-5 in the Glasgow School District.

Amtrak struggles continue in Montana
Tuesday, December 9th 2014
(Information in the following story is from: Flathead Beacon, http://www.flatheadbeacon.com)

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — Eight months after Amtrak adjusted the Empire Builder's schedule through Montana to curb delays, the long-distance passenger train is still struggling to stay on time.

But officials say there have been some improvements for the train that connects Chicago with Seattle and Portland.

Passenger rail advocates are blaming the delays on an increase in freight rail traffic across the northern part of the country, including oil trains coming out of North Dakota. Freight and passenger congestion also are being blamed.

The Flathead Beacon reports the westbound Empire Builder was on time just 6.5 percent of the time in October. The eastbound train was on time 19 percent. Officials say that's a big improvement when compared with June of this year, when it had a zero percent on-time rate.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Information Sought in Larb Hills Elk Poaching
Tuesday, December 9th 2014
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking information on the poaching of two elk shot and left in the Larb Hills area south of Malta in hunting district 622.

FWP Warden Ben Morin said the two elk, one cow and one spike, were shot on Nov. 25 and left to waste. The cow elk was found on the Virginia Koss Block Management area, while the spike was located on adjacent BLM land.

Anyone with information about the crimes is encouraged to call Warden Morin directly at 406-654-7630 or FWP's 24-hour wildlife tip line at 1-800-TIP-MONT (800-847-6668).

The 1-800-TIP-MONT program is a toll-free number where one can report violations of fish, wildlife or park regulations. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 for providing information that leads to a conviction.

Update From Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial Fund
Tuesday, December 9th 2014
LETTERS TO EDITORS -NORTHEAST MONTANA VETERANS MEMORIAL FUND, INC.

During this holiday season, the Board of Directors of the Northeast Montana Veterans Fund, Inc. extends our thanks and appreciation to everyone who has supported the Memorial. We are coming closer to our goal, thanks to the combined efforts of our patron donors, local businesses, in-kind professional assistance, all VFW/American Legions & Auxiliaries, and generous contributions through raffles and fundraisers. It is a privilege to work on a project that honors the courage, sacrifice and devotion to duty and country of NE Montana Veterans.

With help from so many over the past four years, the goal to build a world class Veterans Memorial at Fort Peck is now in the final stages of engineering. We hope to negotiate plans for contractor bids this winter and break ground in Fort Peck, as soon as the frost is out this Spring.

The Memorial will be built with private contributions from Northeast Montana citizens, businesses and organizations, and we are confident that we have most of the money necessary to complete Phase #1. This currently includes the Walls of Honor, all preliminary surveys, soil tests, design engineering, construction plans, the main monument, an entry sign, foundations for the flag parks, flatwork-retaining walls-walkways-vigil foundations, initial electrical-lighting, and basic landscaping. Completely finished the Memorial will also have appropriate KIA/MIA/POW recognitions, sculptures and busts, artwork, murals, static displays and seating, which will have costs approaching one million dollars. We have successfully raised over $500,000, or approximately half what we are eventually going to need.

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We are proud to assure you that there are few administrative expenses deducted from any contributions and that the Board of Directors is dedicated to devoting all donations to the Memorial. We have hired no employees and paid no salaries.

We would welcome year-end giving to this project and we are a 501C19 non-profit qualified to receive tax-deductible contributions. Donations to worthy causes during the Holidays are a part of the season. Helping to build this Memorial can add to the quality of the life of your family. Freedom is a precious gift.

The Walls of Honor remain a central feature of the park and will be self-funded by the sale of exquisitely etched black granite tiles, currently available for your Holiday giving considerations. The Wall, like the Memorial, is for all Veterans, all branches of the service, including National Guards and Reserves.

Our goal is to ensure that no Northeast Montana veteran is left off the Wall of Honor. Cost of the tiles is $225 until Memorial Day 2015. Up to that time, we will be able to group families and friends together on the Walls. After that, we expect the cost of the tiles to go up and it will not be possible to group names. For additional information on the tiles visit: www.VeteransMT.org.

Here is an opportunity to give a present with a future, take a qualified non-profit tax deduction, permanently honor your family and friends by recognizing a Veteran’s legacy and help us finish this Park.

Phase #1 will establish the park for immediate viewing and enjoyment. For the remaining phases, we have plans to raise more donations with targeted grant applications and corporate requests. Tile sales are critically important at this time to help us finish the project right.

Based on current engineering estimates we expect costs for Phase #1 to be higher than original estimates. The Board decided to capture savings on the completed Memorial by doing all basic infrastructure work during the initial construction. This includes landscaping, irrigation, electrical and foundations. This only seems to be good business. We have hired a landscaping architect who has experience with other Memorials to help finalize site plans. We should have everything in place to start awarding work sometime after the first of the year.

It is our hope that in this season of giving you will consider a gift. Rest assured any gifts or tiles purchased for this NE Montana Veterans Memorial Park will make a huge difference. Contact any of our Board for additional information or specific bequest desires.

STEVE PAGE and TOM MARKLE, CO-CHAIRS
MIKE HUGHES, Keeper of the Tiles

Glasgow Is Ranked 10th For Most Unpredictable Weather In United States
Monday, December 8th 2014
The website FiveThirtyEight has come out with a list of the cities in the United States that have the most unpredictable weather. Glasgow is ranked #10 on the list of 120 National Weather Service Stations ranked by unpredictable weather. Great Falls is ranked number 2 while Rapid City, South Dakota is ranked number 1.

The rankings are based on temperature, precipitation and severe weather. Glasgow had a very high ranking in the unpredictability of temperature and severe weather but was average in precipitation.

The complete report can be found here: http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/which-city-has-the-most-unpredictable-weather/

Over $30,000 Raised For Block Of Bucks!
Thursday, December 4th 2014
The Glasgow Soroptimists have announced that a record of amount of money was raised during the Block of Bucks Friday in Glasgow. A total of $30,019 was raised breaking last years record total of $29,550.

The annual program provides clothing for Valley County children from infant to 12 years of age.

There were 214 children registered this year who who went shopping for warm winter clothing on Saturday. The monies collected Friday were distributed to each child so that they could shop for coats, boots and other clothing at our participating retail stores in Glasgow, including D & G Sports and Western, Killions, Little Campers and Shopko.

MDT proposes a resurfacing project on MT 24 east of Fort Peck-McCone and Valley counties
Wednesday, December 3rd 2014

Fort Peck- The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on a proposal to resurface approximately 7.4 miles of MT 24 east of Fort Peck, MT., in McCone and Valley counties. The project begins, just east of the Fort Peck Lake spillway at reference post (RP) 52.2 and extends west across Fort Peck Dam for approximately 7.4 miles ending near the intersection with Galpin Road at reference post 59.6.

Proposed work includes milling the existing surface where there is curb and gutter, applying a new overlay throughout the project, and finishing with a seal & cover (chip seal), upgraded pavement marking, and signage. The purpose of the project is to extend the service life of the highway and take a cost-effective action to preserve and maintain the existing highway.

The project is tentatively scheduled for construction in 2015, depending on completion of all project development activities and availability of funding.

No new Right-of-Way or utility relocations will be needed.

For more information, please contact Glendive District Administrator Shane Mintz at (406) 345-8212 or Project Design Engineer Kevin Gilbert at (406) 4446230. For the hearing impaired, the TTY number is (406) 4447696 or 1-800-335-7592, or call the Montana Relay at 711. Members of the public may submit written comments to the Montana Department of Transportation Glendive office at PO Box 890, Glendive MT 59330-0890, or online at http://www.mdt.mt.gov/mdt/comment_form.shtml

Miscalculation In City Water Usage May Bring Refunds To Some Water Users In Glasgow
Tuesday, December 2nd 2014
City of Glasgow officials with the assistance of the City of Glasgow’s independent auditors have identified an inconsistent conversion factor that was part of the software utilized to compute rate payers water bills since the rate increase on November 7, 2013.

The incorrect conversion factor affects both Commercial and Residential water accounts. The identified conversion factor in the software miscalculated water usage only. Base rates were not affected. The identified conversion factor has been corrected in the software, therefore the time frame for which the city will be recalculating the usage data will be from November 7, 2013 to October 23, 2014.

During that time frame approximately 58% of commercial accounts will be due a refund in the form of a credit to their account, and approximately 42% of commercial accounts will owe additional payment. The approximate range of credits will be from $0.25 up to $1,000.00 per account for the time frame. The approximate range of payment due will be from $0.08 up to $38.00 per account for that same period of time.

Residential accounts are currently being recalculated. The number of residential accounts that the City of Glasgow serves is much greater than the number of commercial, therefore it will take the city longer to identify all the credits and payments due for residential users.

The reason for the inconsistent conversion factor was due to differences in water meters in the distribution system; some older water meters still in use calculate water usage based on cubic foot volume where as the newer meters calculate volume based on gallons. The software maker had a conversion factor in the system, however it minutely miscalculated usage. The purpose of an annual audit is to help the city identify issues and correct any problems. In this situation, the audit performed as intended and the situation is being corrected.

Moving forward, the City Water Department has been actively replacing all older style meters and is almost complete with those system updates. At this point in time, fewer that 20 older meters are still in use. The conversion factor in the software has been corrected, checked, and is performing as intended. The Glasgow Water Committee has addressed the matter and made a recommendation to the City Council for correction of the accounts.

The Glasgow City Council voted on Monday to clear up all account credits and debits by June, 30th of 2015.

If you would like more information or wish to check the status of your account, please call the City of Glasgow Water Clerk at: (406) 228-2476 or email at: cityofglasgowmt@hotmail.com. Please keep in mind that the status of residential and commercial accounts will not be available until January 2, 2015.

Oil patch murder defendant to be sentenced Dec. 15
Tuesday, December 2nd 2014
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Colorado man who pleaded guilty in the killing of a teacher in the Northern Plains' oil patch faces sentencing on Dec. 15 in Montana.

Lester Van Waters Jr. of Parachute, Colorado pleaded guilty last year to a count of deliberate homicide by accountability. The case is before Montana District Judge Richard Simonton.

Prosecutors say Waters and accomplice Michael Spell killed 43-year-old Sidney High School teacher Sherry Arnold during an abduction attempt in 2012.

In exchange for Waters' guilty plea, prosecutors agreed to drop an attempted kidnapping charge against him. They recommended a sentence of 100 years in prison with 20 years suspended.

Spell pleaded guilty last month to deliberate homicide. His sentencing has not been scheduled.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

FWP CAC/Legislators to Meet in Havre and Fort Peck
Tuesday, December 2nd 2014
The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Region 6 Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) will meet Monday, Dec. 15th in the conference room of the Best Western Great Northern Inn (1345 1st St.) beginning at 10:00 a.m. In conjunction with the meeting, an open house to provide an opportunity for Legislators to interact with attendees is scheduled from 2:00-4:00p.m. The intent of this portion of the meeting is to provide legislative updates and present FWP proposed legislation.

A second open house will be held in Fort Peck, MT at the FWP Hatchery conference room on Thursday the 18th of December, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM. As with the Havre meeting, there will be legislative updates, FWP proposed legislation review and a chance to interact with FWP staff and possibly CAC members.

FWP has CACs in every region of the state, and all meetings are open to the public. For more details contact the Region 6 headquarters at 228-3700.

Brockton family pleads guilty to embezzlement
Wednesday, November 26th 2014
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A 59-year-old Brockton woman, her husband and two daughters have pleaded guilty to their roles in embezzling more than $132,500 from the town of Brockton on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

Desiree Lambert pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court in Great Falls to fraud, embezzlement and aggravated identity theft. Her 66-year-old husband Bernard Lambert and adult daughters Kaycee and Kayla pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting Desiree's embezzlement.

Desiree Lambert was the business manager for the Town of Brockton. Prosecutors say in December 2012 Desiree Lambert began writing municipal checks payable to herself and family members and forged the mayor's signature on the checks. The money was used for gambling and to supplement the family's lifestyle.

U.S. District Judge Brian Morris scheduled sentencing for March 5.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

American Red Cross Blood Drive Set For Glasgow On December 2nd And 3rd
Tuesday, November 25th 2014
The American Red Cross asks eligible donors to give something that means something this holiday season – a lifesaving blood donation.

Blood donations often decline this time of year when donors get busy with holiday festivities and travel. Severe winter weather and seasonal illnesses, like the flu, can also have a serious impact on blood donations, but the need for blood remains steady. On average, the Red Cross must collect 15,000 blood products every day for patients across the country.

Eligible donors with all types are needed, especially those with O negative, A negative and B negative. To learn more about donating blood and to schedule an appointment, download the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Upcoming blood donation opportunities
Glasgow
12/2/2014: 12 p.m. - 6 p.m., VFW, 1222 Us Highway 2 W
12/3/2014: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Frances Mahon Hospital, 621 3rd St. South

Hinsdale
12/3/2014: 1:30 p.m. - 6 p.m., Hinsdale Legion Hall, Legion Hall

How to donate blood
Simply download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driver’s license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental consent in some states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements.

About the American Red Cross
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross.

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Montana House Committee Assignments Released
Tuesday, November 25th 2014
2015 House of Representatives Standing Committee Assignments
Agriculture (Tu, Th, 3 p.m.)
Redfield, Alan (R) – Ch
Clark, Christy (R) – VCh
MacDonald, Margie (D) – VCh
Berglee, Seth (R)
Curdy, Willis (D)
Harris, Bill (R)
Hertz, Greg (R)
Karjala, Jessica (D)
Lang, Mike (R)
Manzella, Theresa (R)
McKamey, Wendy (R)
Monforton, Matthew (R)
Mortensen, Dale (R)
Olsen, Andrea (D)
Olszewski, Albert (R)
Pease-Lopez, Carolyn (D)
Perry, Zac (D)
Pierson, Gordon (D)
Salomon, Daniel (R)
Staffanson, Scott (R)
Webber, Susan (D)
Williams, Kathleen (D)

Appropriations (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Ballance, Nancy (R) – Ch
Osmundson, Ryan (R) – VCh
Noonan, Pat (D) – VCh
Brodehl, Randy (R)
Burnett, Tom (R)
Cuffe, Mike (R)
Dudik, Kimberly (D)
Ehli, Ron (R)
Ellis, Janet (D)
Glimm, Carl (R)
Hagstrom, Dave (R)
Hollandsworth, Roy (R)
Holmlund, Kenneth (R)
Jones, Donald (R)
McCarthy, Kelly (D)
Mehlhoff, Bob (D)
Peppers, Rae (D)
Tropila, Mitch (D)
Tschida, Brad (R)
Woods, Tom (D)

Appropriations/Finance & Claims Joint
Subcommittees:
Education (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Hollandsworth, Rep. Roy (R) - Ch
Jones, Sen. Llew (R) – VCh
Hamlett, Sen. Bradley Maxon (D)
Jones, Rep. Donald (R)
Moore, Sen. Eric (R)
Woods, Rep. Tom (D)
General Government (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Osmundson, Rep. Ryan (R) – Ch
Taylor, Sen. Janna (R) – VCh
Blasdel, Sen. Mark (R)
McCarthy, Rep. Kelly (D)
Phillips, Sen. Mike (D)
Tschida, Rep. Brad (R)

Health & Human Services (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Ehli, Rep. Ron (R) - Ch
Webb, Sen. Roger (R) – VCh
Burnett, Rep. Tom (R)
Caferro, Sen. Mary (D)
Keenan, Sen. Bob (R)
Noonan, Rep. Pat (D)

Judicial Branch, Law Enforcement and Justice
(M-F, 8 a.m.)
Brodehl, Rep. Randy (R) - Ch
Hansen, Sen. Kristin (R) – VCh
Dudik, Rep. Kimberly (D)
Holmlund, Rep. Kenneth (R)
Howard, Sen. David (R)
Wolken, Sen. Cynthia (D)

Long Range Planning (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Cuffe, Rep. Mike (R) - Ch
Ripley, Sen. Rick (R) – VCh
Hagstrom, Rep. Dave (R)
Peppers, Rep. Rae (D)
Smith, Sen. Cary (R)
Tropila, Rep. Mitch (D)
Windy Boy, Sen. Jonathan (D)

Natural Resources and Transportation
(M-F,8 a.m.)
Glimm, Rep. Carl (R) - Ch
Brenden, Sen. John (R) – VCh
Ballance, Rep. Nancy (R)
Ellis, Rep. Janet (D)
Keane, Sen. Jim (D)
Mehlhoff, Rep. Bob (D)
Rosendale, Sen. Matt (R)

Business and Labor (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Berry, Tom (R) – Ch
Welborn, Jeffrey (R) – VCh
Lynch, Ryan (D) – VCh
Clark, Christy (R)
Curdy, Willis (D)
Fitzpatrick, Steve (R)
Hunter, Chuck (D)
Kipp, George III (D)
Knudsen, Austin (R)
Lang, Mike (R)
Moore, David (Doc) (R)
Noland, Mark (R)
Olsen, Andrea (D)
Pierson, Gordon (D)
Pope, Christopher (D)Ricci, Vince (R)
Salomon, Daniel (R)
Staffanson, Scott (R)
Steenberg, Tom (D)
Education (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Laszloffy, Sarah (R) – Ch
Lamm, Debra (R) – VCh
McClafferty, Edie (D) – VCh
Bennett, Bryce (D)
Essmann, Jeff (R)
Funk, Moffie (D)
Greef, Edward (R)
Hertz, Greg (R)
Kelker, Kathy (D)
Meyers, G. Bruce (R)
Monforton, Matthew (R)
Price, Jean (D)
Salomon, Daniel (R)
Schwaderer, Nicholas (R)
Webber, Susan (D)

Ethics (On call)
Harris, Bill (R) – Ch
Schwaderer, Nicholas (R) – VCh
Bennett, Bryce (D) – VCh
Pease-Lopez, Carolyn (D)
Federal Relations, Energy and Telecommunications
(M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Lang, Mike (R) – Ch
Zolnikov, Daniel (R) – VCh
Steenberg, Tom (D) – VCh
Berry, Tom (R)
Custer, Geraldine (R)
Knudsen, Austin (R)
Lynch, Ryan (D)
McNiven, Jonathan (R)
Moore, David (Doc) (R)
Pease-Lopez, Carolyn (D)
Person, Andrew (D)
Pinocci, Randy (R)
Pope, Christopher (D)
Schreiner, Casey (D)
Welborn, Jeffrey (R)

Fish, Wildlife and Parks (Tu, Th, 3 p.m.)
Flynn, Kelly (R) – Ch
Welborn, Jeffrey (R) – VCh
Price, Jean (D) – VCh
Brown, Bob (R)
Brown, Zach (D)
Cook, Rob (R)
Court, Virginia (D)
Fiscus, Clayton (R)
Hess, Stephanie (R)
Jacobson, Tom (D)
Lieser, Ed (D)
Meyers, G. Bruce (R)
Noland, Mark (R)
Person, Andrew (D)
Pinocci, Randy (R)
Shaw, Ray (R)
Smith, Bridget (D)
Wagoner, Kirk (R)
White, Kerry (R)

Health and Human Services (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Wittich, Art (R) – Ch
Wagoner, Kirk (R) – VCh
Hill, Ellie Boldman (D) – VCh
Berglee, Seth (R)
Doane, Alan (R)
Eck, Jenny (D)
Harris, Bill (R)
Hayman, Denise (D)
Hess, Stephanie (R)
Jacobson, Tom (D)
Karjala, Jessica (D)
Mandeville, Forrest (R)
Olszewski, Albert (R)
Perry, Zac (D)
Pierson, Gordon (D)
Redfield, Alan (R)
Ricci, Vince (R)

Judiciary (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Bennett, Jerry (R) – Ch
Doane, Alan (R) – VCh
Court, Virginia (D) – VCh
Berglee, Seth (R)
Eck, Jenny (D)
Fiscus, Clayton (R)
Hess, Stephanie (R)
Hill, Ellie Boldman (D)
Kelker, Kathy (D)
Laszloffy, Sarah (R)
MacDonald, Margie (D)
Manzella, Theresa (R)
McConnell, Nate (D)
Meyers, G. Bruce (R)
Monforton, Matthew (R)
Pease-Lopez, Carolyn (D)
Perry, Zac (D)
Person, Andrew (D)
Pinocci, Randy (R)
Regier, Keith (R)
Wagoner, Kirk (R)

Legislative Administration (On call)
Welborn, Jeffrey (R) – Ch
Clark, Christy (R) – VCh
McClafferty, Edie (D) – VCh
Bennett, Jerry (R)
Cuffe, Mike (R)
Doane, Alan (R)
Dunwell, Mary Ann (D)
Lang, Mike (R)
Perry, Zac (D)
Pierson, Gordon (D)
Tropila, Mitch (D)
Webber, Susan (D)
Zolnikov, Daniel (R)Local Government (Tu, Th, 3 p.m.)
Greef, Edward (R) – Ch
Fitzpatrick, Steve (R) – VCh
Swanson, Kathy (D) – VCh
Berry, Tom (R)
Custer, Geraldine (R)
Funk, Moffie (D)
Garner, Frank (R)
Hayman, Denise (D)
Kelker, Kathy (D)
Lamm, Debra (R)
Lavin, Steve (R)
Mandeville, Forrest (R)
McConnell, Nate (D)
McNiven, Jonathan (R)
Pope, Christopher (D)
Ricci, Vince (R)
Schwaderer, Nicholas (R)
Steenberg, Tom (D)
Wilson, Nancy (D)
Zolnikov, Daniel (R)

Natural Resources (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
White, Kerry (R) – Ch
Fitzpatrick, Steve (R) – VCh
Lieser, Ed (D) – VCh
Bennett, Jerry (R)
Brown, Bob (R)
Brown, Zach (D)
Court, Virginia (D)
Dunwell, Mary Ann (D)
Flynn, Kelly (R)
Manzella, Theresa (R)
McConnell, Nate (D)
Mortensen, Dale (R)
Noland, Mark (R)
Olsen, Andrea (D)
Regier, Keith (R)
Shaw, Ray (R)
Staffanson, Scott (R)
Williams, Kathleen (D)

Rules (On call)
Essmann, Jeff (R) – Ch
Bennett, Jerry (R) – VCh
Hunter, Chuck (D) – VCh
Doane, Alan (R)
Dudik, Kimberly (D)
Eck, Jenny (D)
Hertz, Greg (R)
Knudsen, Austin (R)
Laszloffy, Sarah (R)
MacDonald, Margie (D)
Miller, Mike (R)
Randall, Lee (R)
Regier, Keith (R)
Williams, Kathleen (D)
Wittich, Art (R)
Woods, Tom (D)
State Administration (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Essmann, Jeff (R) – Ch
Harris, Bill (R) – VCh
Schreiner, Casey (D) – VCh
Bennett, Bryce (D)
Brown, Bob (R)
Funk, Moffie (D)
Garner, Frank (R)
Greef, Edward (R)
Hayman, Denise (D)
Karjala, Jessica (D)
Lamm, Debra (R)
Mandeville, Forrest (R)
McKamey, Wendy (R)
McNiven, Jonathan (R)
Mortensen, Dale (R)
Price, Jean (D)
Shaw, Ray (R)
Swanson, Kathy (D)
Webber, Susan (D)
Wittich, Art (R)

Taxation (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Miller, Mike (R) – Ch
Hertz, Greg (R) – VCh
Williams, Kathleen (D) – VCh
Brown, Zach (D)
Cook, Rob (R)
Custer, Geraldine (R)
Dunwell, Mary Ann (D)
Flynn, Kelly (R)
Jacobson, Tom (D)
Lavin, Steve (R)
Lieser, Ed (D)
McClafferty, Edie (D)
Olszewski, Albert (R)
Randall, Lee (R)
Redfield, Alan (R)
Schwaderer, Nicholas (R)
Smith, Bridget (D)
White, Kerry (R)
Wilson, Nancy (D)
Zolnikov, Daniel (R)

Transportation (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Lavin, Steve (R) – Ch
Clark, Christy (R) – VCh
Wilson, Nancy (D) – VCh
Cook, Rob (R)
Curdy, Willis (D)
Fiscus, Clayton (R)
Garner, Frank (R)
Kipp, George III (D)
McKamey, Wendy (R)
Miller, Mike (R)
Randall, Lee (R)
Smith, Bridget (D)
Swanson, Kathy (D)
N

Montana Senate Committee Assignments Released
Tuesday, November 25th 2014
2015 Senate Standing Committee Assignments
Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (Tu, Th,
3 p.m.)
Brown, Taylor (R) – Ch
Hoven, Brian (R) – VCh
Caferro, Mary (D)
Cohenour, Jill (D)
Hansen, Kristin (R)
Howard, David (R)
Moore, Eric (R)
Pomnichowski, JP (D)
Stewart-Peregoy, Sharon (D)
Swandal, Nels (R)
Wolken, Cynthia (D)

Business, Labor and Economic Affairs (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Buttrey, Ed (R) – Ch
Arntzen, Elsie (R) – VCh
Brown, Dee (R)
Connell, Pat (R)
Facey, Tom (D)
Smith, Cary (R)
Stewart-Peregoy, Sharon (D)
Vance, Gordon (R)
Vuckovich, Gene (D)
Whitford, Lea (D)
Committee on Committees (On call)
Brenden, John (R) – Ch
Brown, Dee (R)
Hansen, Kristin (R)
Ripley, Rick (R)
Taylor, Janna (R)
Vincent, Chas (R)

Education and Cultural Resources (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Brown, Taylor (R) – Ch
Blasdel, Mark (R) – VCh
Arntzen, Elsie (R)
Cohenour, Jill (D)
Facey, Tom (D)
Hansen, Kristin (R)
Jones, Llew (R)
Keenan, Bob (R)
Moe, Mary Sheehy (D)
Stewart-Peregoy, Sharon (D)

Energy and Telecommunications (Tu, Th, 3 p.m.)
Webb, Roger (R) – Ch
Ankney, Duane (R) – VCh
Blasdel, Mark (R)
Connell, Pat (R)
Driscoll, Robyn (D)
Jones, Llew (R)
Kary, Doug (R)
Keane, Jim (D)
Keenan, Bob (R)
Larsen, Cliff (D)
McNally, Mary (D)
Tutvedt, Bruce (R)
Windy Boy, Jonathan (D)

Ethics (On call)
Arntzen, Elsie (R) – Ch
Brown, Dee (R) – VCh
Facey, Tom (D)
Malek, Sue (D)
Finance & Claims (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Jones, Llew (R) – Ch
Keenan, Bob (R) - VCh
Blasdel, Mark (R)
Brenden, John (R)
Caferro, Mary (D)
Hamlett, Bradley Maxon (D)
Hansen, Kristin (R)
Howard, David (R)
Keane, Jim (D)
Moore, Eric (R)
Phillips, Mike (D)
Ripley, Rick (R)
Rosendale, Matt (R)
Sesso, Jon (D)
Smith, Cary (R)
Taylor, Janna (R)
Webb, Roger (R)
Windy Boy, Jonathan (D)
Wolken, Cynthia (D)

Appropriations/Finance & Claims Joint
Subcommittees:
Education (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Jones, Llew (R) – VCh
Hamlett, Bradley Maxon (D)
Moore, Eric (R)

General Government (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Taylor, Janna (R) – VCh
Blasdel, Mark (R)
Phillips, Mike (D)
Health & Human Services (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Webb, Roger (R) – VCh
Caferro, Mary (D)
Keenan, Bob (R)

Judicial Branch, Law Enforcement and Justice
(M-F, 8 a.m.)
Hansen, Kristin (R) – VCh
Howard, David (R)Wolken, Cynthia (D)
Long Range Planning (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Ripley, Rick (R) – VCh
Smith, Cary (R)
Windy Boy, Jonathan (D)

Natural Resources and Transportation (M-F, 8
a.m.)
Brenden, John (R) – VCh
Keane, Jim (D)
Rosendale, Matt (R)
Fish and Game (Tu, Th, 3 p.m.)
Brenden, John (R) – Ch
Ripley, Rick (R) – VCh
Facey, Tom (D)
Fielder, Jennifer (R)
Hamlett, Bradley Maxon (D)
Hinkle, Jedediah (R)
Phillips, Mike (D)
Smith, Cary (R)
Vincent, Chas (R)
Vuckovich, Gene (D)

Highways and Transportation (Tu, Th, 3 p.m.)
Arntzen, Elsie (R) – Ch
Vance, Gordon (R) – VCh
Barrett, Dick (D)
Brown, Dee (R)
Buttrey, Ed (R)
Kaufmann, Christine (D)
Malek, Sue (D)
Sales, Scott (R)
Sands, Diane (D)
Taylor, Janna (R)
Thomas, Fred (R)
Whitford, Lea (D)

Judiciary (M-F, 8 a.m.)
Sales, Scott (R) – Ch
Fielder, Jennifer (R) – VCh
Driscoll, Robyn (D)
Hansen, Kristin (R)
Hinkle, Jedediah (R)
Kary, Doug (R)
Larsen, Cliff (D)
McNally, Mary (D)
Moe, Mary Sheehy (D)
Sands, Diane (D)
Swandal, Nels (R)
Vincent, Chas (R)

Legislative Administration (On call)
Fielder, Jennifer (R) - Ch
Brown, Taylor (R) – VCh
Pomnichowski, JP (D)
Tutvedt, Bruce (R)
Vuckovich, Gene (D)
Local Government (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Taylor, Janna (R) – Ch
Buttrey, Ed (R) – VCh
Barrett, Dick (D)
McNally, Mary (D)
Pomnichowski, JP (D)
Sales, Scott (R)
Tutvedt, Bruce (R)
Vance, Gordon (R)
Vuckovich, Gene (D)

Natural Resources (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Vincent, Chas (R) – Ch
Ripley, Rick (R) – VCh
Ankney, Duane (R)
Brenden, John (R)
Connell, Pat (R)
Fielder, Jennifer (R)
Hamlett, Bradley Maxon (D)
Hoven, Brian (R)
Kaufmann, Christine (D)
Keane, Jim (D)
Larsen, Cliff (D)
Phillips, Mike (D)

Public Health, Welfare and Safety (M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Thomas, Fred (R) – Ch
Howard, David (R) – VCh
Caferro, Mary (D)
Sands, Diane (D)
Smith, Cary (R)
Swandal, Nels (R)
Windy Boy, Jonathan (D)
Rules (On call)
Rosendale, Matt (R) – Ch
Moore, Eric (R) – VCh
Barrett, Debby (R)
Barrett, Dick (D)
Blasdel, Mark (R)
Buttrey, Ed (R)
Hansen, Kristin (R)
Keenan, Bob (R)
Moe, Mary Sheehy (D)
Phillips, Mike (D)
Ripley, Rick (R)
Sands, Diane (D)
Sesso, Jon (D)
Smith, Cary (R)
Thomas, Fred (R)
Wolken, Cynthia (D)
State Administration
(
M, W, F, 3 p.m.)
Brown, Dee (R) – Ch Webb, Roger (R) –
VCh
Dr
iscol
l, Robyn (D)
Hinkle, Jedediah (R) Kary, Doug (R) Malek, Sue (D) Whitford, Lea (D)
Taxat
ion (
M
-
F, 8 a.m.)
Tut
vedt, Bruce (R) – Ch
Thomas, Fred (R) – VCh
Ankney, Duane (R)
Bar
ret
t, Dick (D)
Blasdel, Mar
k (R)
Brown, Tay
lor (R)
Cohenour, J
i
l
l (D)
Hoven, Br
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Kaufmann, Chr
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Malek, Sue (D)
Pomnichowsk
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Hi-Line Turkey Federation scholarship honors the memory of longtime supporter Barb Marsh
Monday, November 24th 2014
All high school seniors in Valley County are eligible to apply for a substantial college scholarship that will be awarded in February by the Hi-Line Gobblers chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation.

The scholarship winner will be announced at the Hi-Line Gobblers’ 9th annual fundraising banquet, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015 at St. Raphael’s Catholic Church’s parish hall.

The scholarship is awarded in memory of Barb Marsh, a longtime supporter of both the Turkey Federation and local youth. Marsh died unexpectedly last January. To memorialize her commitment to the NWTF, her partner, Joe Younkin, sponsored a special rifle that was auctioned at last year’s banquet. Proceeds from that commemorative rifle, purchased by Norm Sillerud, are being distributed to eligible high school students this year.

For details about eligibility and other details on the scholarship, students are encouraged to visit with career counselors at high schools in Glasgow, Nashua, Frazer, Hinsdale, Opheim, and Lustre.

Younkin has donated another commemorative firearm to the Hi-Line Gobblers’ 2015 banquet that will fund 2016 scholarships, and has pledged to sponsor the scholarships every year. Plan to attend the Feb. 21 banquet to bid on the special scholarship gun and to recognize the winner of the 2015 Barb Marsh Memorial Scholarship.

Call Scott Billingsley at 263-7161 or Jenn Jackson at 263-7339 for information about both the banquet and the scholarship.

Valley County Unemployment Rate Lowest Since July Of 2006
Monday, November 24th 2014
The latest numbers show the state's unemployment dipped lightly in October to 4.5% while the The unemployment rate has decreased by 0.8 percentage points since January. The U.S. jobless rate dropped to 5.8%.

Total employment estimates suggested job growth of 580 jobs over the last month, with 12,145 jobs added over the past year. Total employment estimates include payroll employment plus agricultural and self-employed workers.

The labor force increased by 56 workers in October, while the number of unemployed declined by 525 workers. Payroll employment estimates indicate a small employment decline of 400 jobs. Payroll employment has added roughly 7,000 jobs over the past year.

The highest jobless rate sat at 10.4% in Glacier county while at the other end of the spectrum was 1.4% in Fallon County.

Valley County's unemployment rate is at its lowest since July of 2006. According to Montana Department of Labor and Industry the unemployment rate in October was just 2.4% with a total labor force of 4,067.

In October of 2013 the unemployment rate was 3.6% with a labor force of 3,981.

Two Weather Events Possible This Week
Monday, November 24th 2014
From the National Weather Service

Two storms are possible for our area this week.

The first will impact northeast Montana late tonight into Tuesday. It looks like a quick half to one and a half inches of snow will fall with the disturbance...but the main impact will come from blowing snow as northwest winds of 15 to 25 mph, with higher gusts, pick up with the cold front on Tuesday. Conditions will improve on Tuesday evening as winds die down. A Winter Weather Advisory for snow and blowing snow is in effect from 5 AM MST on Tuesday morning through 5 PM MST on Tuesday evening for all of northeast Montana.

The second and more powerful storm will arrive early Wednesday morning as pacific moisture begins to overrun a stalled cold front over Petroleum, southern Phillips, and western Garfield counties The boundary could be as far east as McCone, southern Valley, Prairie, and Northern Phillips counties. Initially the precipitation type will begin as snow, with significant accumulations of 3 to 6 inches possible. The boundary will begin to lift northward on Wednesday night as a warm front, bringing a change over from all snow to a mix of snow and freezing rain. This area of mixed precipitation looks to reach as far north and east as the Canadian and North Dakota borders by Thursday afternoon, before the precipitation lifts further north ending the threat by Thursday evening. For details on the second storm please see the attachment below.

Confidence is only moderate at best regarding the second system, but considering the amount of travel expected for the Thanksgiving holiday we thought it prudent to issue a watch to highlight the threat from freezing rain. Especially considering all the travel hazards that just .01" of freezing rain can cause.

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for accumulating snow changing to freezing rain from Wednesday morning through Thursday afternoon for Petroleum, southern and central Philips, Garfield, McCone, Prairie, and southern Valley Counties.

Another Winter Storm Watch is in effect for freezing rain from Thursday morning through Thursday evening for the remainder of northeast Montana.

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