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Birthdays!!!

Each week we draw from ALL that week's anniversaries and birthdays to give away a birthday prize pack from our sponsors:
- Collector's coins from Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
- an ice cream cake from Flip Burgers & Treats
- gift certificate from the Apple Trolley

Our winner this week: Tara Pattison
Sponsors

Apple Trolley

Now open 7-4 Monday through Friday and 9-3 on Saturdays, stop by for a breakfast burrito with cheese, eggs, veggies, and your choice of meat. Who said sweets were just for dessert? Try out one of their amazing caramel rolls!

The weather is cold and the soup is on at the Apple Trolley! Choose from one of their two daily soup specials. Enjoy it solo or add a scrumptious panini to your meal. KLTZ/Mix-93 staff favorites include the Creamy Philly (piled high with roast beef, green peppers, red onions, provolone, cream cheese, and horseradish) or the Hunter's (stacked with bacon, ham, turkey, cheddar cheese, and honey mustard).

Sweet treats are still a key part of the Apple Trolley's offering! Try out a gourmet caramel apple, fruit pizza, or a cranberry orange muffin. Don't forget that they can also put together trays of goodies for your holiday needs. Give one as a literal sweet gift to someone you're thankful for this year!

Follow the Apple Trolley on Facebook for the latest in featured treats and menu items. Then drive-thru on Highway 2! And don't forget, THEY DELIVER! Call 228-2915.

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union

Flip Burgers & Treats

They have 3 sizes of ice cream cakes (4, 7, 9 inch)

You order your favorite ice cream cake.....Andi will make it!

Our menu includes: Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Eugene's Pizza Burgers, Big Kahuna Burger, Patti Melt, Gyros, fish baskets, chicken strip baskets, shrimp baskets, all beef hot dogs, Scottie dogs, Philly dogs, corn dogs, Chicago dogs, French Fries, Gems, Beer Battered Onion Rings, Mac & Cheese Wedges, Cheddar Crisps, Spicy Buffalo Chips

Flip Burgers and Treats is open from 11 AM till 8 PM use the handy drive up window or come inside. The lobby is open, while adhering to social distancing guidelines. 228-2997

Today In History

January 18th is the 18th day of 2021. There are 347 days remaining until the end of the year

Today is ... Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Civil Rights Day, National Gourmet Coffee Day, Winnie the Pooh Day, National Peking Duck Day, Thesaurus Day, Blue Monday and World Day of the Snowman

This Week is ... Healthy Weight Week, Hunt for Happiness Week, International Snowmobile Safety and Awareness Week, National Fresh Squeezed Juice Week, Sugar Awareness Week and No Name Calling Week

In 1778, English navigator Captain James Cook discovered the Hawaiian Islands, which he dubbed the Sandwich Islands.
In 1788, the first English settlers arrived in Australia's Botany Bay to establish a penal colony.
In 1882, Alan Alexander (A.A.) Milne, English writer and creator of "Winnie the Pooh," was born.
In 1886, The first automobile is made.
In 1904, Actor Cary Grant was born in England as Archibald Alexander Leach.
In 1911, the first landing of an aircraft on a ship took place as pilot Eugene B. Ely brought his plane in for a safe landing on the deck of the U.S.S. Pennsylvania in San Francisco Harbor.
In 1912, English explorer Robert F. Scott and his expedition reached the South Pole, only to discover that Roald Amundsen had already been there. Scott and his party perished during the return trip.
In 1949, "They Stand Accused" courtroom drama premieres on CBS (later DuMont).
In 1964, Plans for the World Trade Center in New York City were announced in New York.
IN 1964, The Beatles entered the Billboard U.S. singles chart for the first time with "I Want To Hold Your Hand" at No. 35, just ten days after its release, making it the fastest-breaking and the fastest-selling single in Capitol Records history.
In 1967, Sergio Leone's "A Fistful of Dollars" starring Clint Eastwood, premiered in Hollywood.
In 1974, the TV adventure series "The Six Million Dollar Man" became a regular weekly series on ABC-TV.
In 1975, the situation comedy "The Jeffersons," a spin-off from "All in the Family," premiered on CBS-TV.
In 1977, "Pumping Iron" a documentary about the bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger premiered at the Plaza Theater.

Actors:

Alison Arngrim is 59 (“Little House on the Prairie”)
Karan Brar is 22 (“Diary of a Wimpy Kid” movie series, “Good Luck Charlie,” “Jessie”)
Kevin Costner is 66 (“The Untouchables,” “Bull Durham,” “Field of Dreams,” “Dances with Wolves,” “Wyatt Earp,” “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,” “The Bodyguard,” “Waterworld,” “Hatfields & McCoys,” “Molly’s Game”)
Claire Engler is 20 (“A.N.T. Farm” television series, “The Smart One”)
Sarah Gilman is 25 (“I Didn’t Do It,” “Kroll Show,” “Last Man Standing”)
Zane Holtz is 34 (“7 Minutes,” “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Grace Unplugged”)
Jesse L. Martin is 52 (“Rent,” “Law & Order,” “The Flash”)
Ashleigh Murray is 33 (“Riverdale”)
Maulik Pancholy is 47 (“30 Rock,” “Phineas and Ferb,” “Weeds”)
Mark Rylance is 61 (“Bridge of Spies,” “The Other Boleyn Girl”)
Jason Segel is 41 (“Freaks & Geeks,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “The Five-Year Engagement,” “Sex Tape”)
Becca Tobin is 35 (“Drop Dead Diva,” “Glee,” “Mystery Girls”)
Mateus Ward is 22 (“Hostages,” “Lab Rats,” “Weeds”)
Morgan York is 28 (“Cheaper by the Dozen,” “Hanna Montana,” “The Pacifier”)
The late Cary Grant (1904 - 1986) (“Charade,” “Father Goose,” “Walk Don’t Run”)
The late Danny Kaye (1911 - 1987) (“White Christmas,” “The Kid From Brooklyn,” “The Madwoman of Chailot,” “On the Double”) (FAST FACT: He was the first ambassador-at-large of UNICEF in 1954 and received the French Legion of Honour in 1986 for his years of work with the organization.)
The late Oliver Hardy (1892 - 1957) (“The Fighting Kentuckian,” “Utopia,” “Riding High”) (As half of Laurel and Hardy, he appeared with his comedy partner Stan Laurel in 107 short films, feature films, and cameo roles. Their classic double act, which began in the era of silent films, lasted 25 years, from 1927 to 1951.)

38

Samantha

Mumba

38

Katie

White

British musician, with the Ting Tings

39

Quinn

Allman

Musician with The Used

48

Christian

Burns

Singer for BBMak

Out of My Heart

50

Jonathan

Davis

Singer for Korn

51

DJ

Quik

Rapper, born as David Marvin Blake

62

Bob

Rosenberg

Musician with Will To Power

65

Mark

Collie

Born as George Mark Collie; American country singer

67

Tom

Bailey

Musician with Thompson Twins

67

Janice

Johnson

Lead voice with A Taste Of Honey

Boogie Oogie Oogie, Sukiyaki

68

Brett

Hudson

Singer with The Hudson Brothers

"So You Are a Star" and "Rendezvous"

80

Bobby

Goldsboro

Honey

83

Berman

Patterson

Singer for The Cleftones

Heart and Soul

Celebrity Birth Anniversaries

80

David

Ruffin

Singer with The Temptations; died in 1991

Local Birthdays/Anniversaries
Jan 14

Kristi

Barnett

Jan 14

Tara

Pattison

Jan 14

Riley

Evenson-Glasoe

Jan 16

Henry

Holte

10

Jan 16

Clay

Kittleson

Jan 17

Kelvin

Johnson

Glasgow

Jan 17

Grace

Rasmusan

Jan 18

Darryl

Kolstad

Jan 18

Ron

Shumway

Glasgow

Jan 18

Mandy

Rasmusan

Jan 18

Dr. Lawrence

Palazzo

Glasgow

Jan 18

Mary

Campbell

Jan 25

Doug & Gwen

Page

36th Anniversary

Glasgow