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While deployed to Afghanistan, Captain Tammy

Lanning touched the lives of many as she developed

an Afghan Women's and Children's outreach

program that assisted over 1,000 families.

Captain Lanning to speak at GHS Graduation

Captain Tammy (Gallagher)

Lanning will give the commencement

address to the Glasgow High School

Class of 2010.

Lanning graduated from GHS

in 2001, and enrolled in Black Hills

State University in Spearfish, South

Dakota, after being offered a four

year Army ROTC scholarship.

Lanning signed her military contract

on September 5,2001, and completed

the ROTC program on May 7, 2005.

She was commissioned as a 2nd


From there Lanning attended the

Military Intelligence Officer's Basic

Course at FT Huachuca, Arizona

and was stationed at FT Drum, New

York, with the 3rd Brigade of the 10th

Mountain Division.

In February of 2006, Lanning

deployed to Khowst Province,

Afghanistan, as an Assistant

Intelligence Officer for the 4th

Battalion 25th Field Artillery

Regiment. She remained there until

January of 2007, and returned to New

York only to step off of the plane and

then return to Afghanistan, as the 10th

Mountain Division had been extended

for an additional four months. The

final four months of Laming's tour

were spent at Forward Operating Base

Kalagush, conducting intelligence and

humanitarian assistance operations.

In May of 2007, Tammy returned

to New York, and was transferred as

a 1st Lieutenant to the 3rd Brigade

Please see GHS Graduation, page 2



22. 8 AM-1 2 Noon. 840 6TH bedl3-bath home. 3336 sa. ft. I

including . . garage, 20+ acres, M& 14-20

Everyday 4:00, 2008 9:00 pm


SECRETARY: Duties: fund 3-bedl2-bath doublewide w/2-

custodian for student accounts, car garage, barns, 23 acres,

school lunch receipts & storybook setting, $129,000.

reports, reconcile & deposit Call 367-5464 or 263-5463

all monies & other secretarial for more details.

duties. Required proficiency in @@@@@

Microsoft Office programs & FOR RENT: Spacious 925

strictconfidentiality.Accounting sq. ft. unit, city of Glasgow, 2-

background preferred. Starting bedroom 11 R bath wnaunddry

wage $1 4.21/hr. Benefits: room, great neighbors, $395,

longevity, retirement, vacation small pets considered. Call

& sick leave & insurance. 360-750-6746 or 228-4787.

Everyday 4:10, 7:15 8 9:15 pm

submit classified application @@@@@ GHS Graduation continued from front


~eadlise 5/28/10. For more

info contact Mari Markle 228-

CNA CLASSES: beginning

June 1. Starting wage $9.401

hr & $750 sign on bonus,

vacation time, sick leave &

more. Applications will be

taken through May 24. Contact

Job Service 228-9369 or

the Director of Nursing

228-2461. Nursing students

needing their certification

contact the facili



Resource Aide & Speech Aide

positions. 7 hrstday school year,

wages $9.50/hr for 3 months

& $11.20 thereafter. Vacation,

sick leave & retirement. To

apply submit online classified

application by 5/26/10, located

under the employment tab on

District website: httpllglasgow.

kl2.mtus. Call Rachel Ericlwn

for more inf 228-2406.


HELP WANTED: Person or

persons to run kiosk at Fort

Peck lnterpertive Center, 7

days a week. Call Fort Peck

Paleontology Center at 526-

3539 OR 406-855-3490.



with excellent references has

3 openings June 1. Call 228-

8963 or 263-037


FOR SALE: 12 acres, large

31x61 shop, 18x81 mobile

home on foundation, $1 45,000

firm. Call 367-5206.


near downtown Glasgow.

RENT Special Troops Battalion to act as the Executive Officer

24x60 ~120x14 overhead for the Military Intelligence Company

door, $300. 60x60 w/ two In April of 2008, Lanning was requested to return

20X1 verhead O

$1,000. Both insulated



to the 4th Battalion 25th Field Artillery Regiment to be

walls. heat & electric. Call the Senior Intelligence Officer. In July of 2008, she was


promoted to captain and conducted training and months


of preparation before deploying to Afghanistan for the


near downtown Glasgow. second time in January of 2009. During her second tour,

46x50, $1 25. 12x32, $75. Lanning was responsible for countless intelligence-driven

16x60x16 side

operations, as well as developing and resourcing an

20x60~16, $200. Call John

263-2046. Afghan Women's and Children's outreach program that

@@6!?@@ assisted over 1.000 families. She returned in Januarv, and

FOR SALE: 1996 Mazda

pickup, 4x4, needs some work,

$500 OBO. Call 263-0215.


FOR SALE: 500 bushel

Reeder seed wheat, 2 yrs off

certificatin. Call 263-11 11.



International tandem axle truck,

no box, $1 600 or will consider

offers, may consider trade for

portable cement mixer. Call



BABY SHOWER for baby girl

Ainsley & Tami Lostqaard. Sat.,

May 22,3 m 61 7 7th Ave. N.



trees & shrubs are in & lots of

new plants arrive this week at

Patty's Green house.


REWARD OFFER: $200 for

info leading to the arrest &

conviction of person or persons

that burglarized house at 96 1 st

Ave. N, Glasgow on May 16.

Call 228-2603.


out processed the active army and FT Drum, completing

her obligation on April 20, 2010.

During Lanning's service, she was awarded numerous

awards and medals: Bronze Star, a Meritorious Unit

Citation, an Army Commendation Medal, the Army

Achievement Award, and many others. She continues to

serve in the Idaho National Guard.

Captain Tammy Lanning is the daughter of Barb

Gallagher and the late Gary Gallagher. She is married to

Jordan Lanning from South Dakota, who also served with

the 10th Mountain Division for the past five years.

Giving the Class Address will be Senior Kyle Loewen,

son of Bob and Julie Loewen. Kyle has taken part in

cross country and band all four years of high school.

He was named the Most Valuable Runner each year

of his participation on the cross country team. Loewen

has also been named as the recipient of the John Philip

Sousa Award all four years in band. Beyond his school

experiences, Loewen has earned the rank of Eagle Scout

through Troop 1805, and has worked the last four years at

Zerbe Brothers.

Glasgow High School's Commencement Exercises

begin at 3 P.M. on Sunday, May 23,2010 in the Glasgow

High School Gymnasium.


presented Athletic Awards

Athletic Scholarship: Tyrel Shumway, Half Tu~tron


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School seniors west college Forensic Activity: Walter Belleau. $1.200

to mM*g@$-~igh

I$'. Rocky Mountain College Football Scholarship: Drew Croy, $6,000

The Gf"goi'High School Class-of Z0lo lheir

Rocky Mountain College mar Grant: Dylan Hughes, $5,200

Senior ~&&ds Qre,akfast on May 19 atSt. Raphael's Parish

Center. ~ las~aw School Superintendent Glen Hageman,

Academic Awards

Montana Star Foundation: Rebekah Nixdorf, $2,220

High School Counselor Bob Rennick, and several local

r Montana State Cottey Scholarship: Rebekah N~xdorf, $1,776

committee, dpreSentatives passed out recognition and . Of Excellence: Kari Chalmers, 52,700

financial &&rds:

Great Plains College Honors Scholarship: D~llon Downey, $2,500

with a cokbined total of just over $250,000 presented Creighton Academic Scholarship: Anne Mlrrch, $12,000

to 27 seniors, the Class of 2010 has Droven itself to be Forresters Insurance Competitive Scholarship: Anne Mlrrch, $2,000

a promising light for the future, ~ ~ lis the l list ~ of ~







Harold Schafer Scholarship: Emily Braaten, $28,000

Bottineau College Scholarship: Jess Mehling, $1,000

presented awards and scholarships and their recipients:

Dickinson State American Indian Education Scholarship: Lillian Alvernaz, $1,000

Certificate 01 Outstanding Academic Performance: Erin Bell, Patrick

sisseton oyate Higher Education Scholarship: Lillian Alvernaz, $2,000

Billingsley, Emily Braaten. Sydney Fad, Quinton Greenhagen, Anne Mirich, . Minot State Distinct And Engaged Scholar Scholarship: Vanessa Stein, $3,500

Vanessa Stein and Quinn Vaira

Northwest College Provisional Trapper Scholarship: Walter Belleau, $1,200

President's Award For Academic Excellence: Patrick Billingsley, Emily

Devry High School Scholarship: Bryce Campbell. $8,000

Braaten, Quinton Greenhagen, Anne Mirich, Quinn Vaira

Rocky Mountain College Dean Scholarship: Drew Croy, $7,000

United States Army Reserve National Scholarlathlete Award: Aaron Hartsock

Rocky Mountain College Presidential Merii Scholarship: Dylan Hughes, $40,000

and Taylor Markle

FMDH Science Award: Emily Braaten, $1,000

Carroll College Presidential Scholarship: Erin Bell, $46,000

Knights Of Columbus Parish Scholarship: Erin Bell, $500

MSU-Bozeman Premier Scholarship: Jon Page, $500

Marie M. Moebus Gold Waiver Q MT Tech: Patrick Billingsley, Knights Of Columbus Theresa Ann Wagner Scholarship: Quinn Vaira, $500


Knights Of Columbus Stan Kalinski Scholarship: Emily Braaten, $750

MT Tech Bright Prism Ray Scholarship: Patrick Billingsley, $6,600

. VFW and Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship each): Patrick Billingsley, Kyle

Montana Governor's Best And Brightest Merit Scholarship: Quinton

Greenhagen, $8,000

Boyer and Alacia Cole

Hurly Scholarship: Taylor Markle, $1,500

University Of Montana Hammond Scholarship: Aaron Hartsock, $1,000

University Of Montana Rictor Family Scholarship: Alacia Cole,

Jerry Feda Scholarship For The Trades: Nathan Lierow, $2,000


MCTM Math Contest: Patrick Billingsley, $200

University OfMontana Honor Scholarship: Quinn Vaira. $8,000

. Glasgow High School Honor Society ($200 each): Alacia Cole and Quinn

Montana University System Honors Scholarship: Quinn Vaira, $28,000


Soroptimist's Violet Richardson Volunteer Award: Emily Braaten, $300

Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship/athletics/citizenship: Jon Page

and Taylor qarkle

-'Coca-cola Scholars'Award: Emily Braaten, semi-finalist

KRTY Student Of The Week: Aaron Hartsock

KUMV TYlFlicks Best Of The Class: Anne Mirich and Quinn Vaira

Friday, May 21

Jobs For Montana Graduates Scholarship (JMG): Alacia Cole, $500,

sponsored by the Student Assistance Foundation

AMERICORPS Youth Service Scholarship: Alacia Cole, $1,000

President's Volunteer Service Award: Anne Mirich

lgnation Leadershiplservice Scholarship: Anne Mirich, $1,000

Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Scholarship: Lillian Alvernaz, $2,500

VFW Local Voice Of ~emocra6y Winner: Alacia Cole, $100

Glasgow Elk's Lodge #I922 Local Scholarship: Alacia Cole, $500

Glasgow High Schodl Student Council ($250 each): Emily Braaten, Dylan

Hughes and Jon Page

0. NORVAL Electric Cooperative: Bryce Campbell, $300

Nelson Swansan 4-H Memorial Scholarship ($400 each): Erin Bell and

Sheilda Pattison

JSEC (Job Service Employment Committee): Alacia Cole, $500

Glasgow Education Association Scholarship: Taylor Markle, $250

Scotty Spirit Scholarship: Parker Miller, $250

Jeff Jurgens Memorial Scholarship ($1,000 each): Taylor Markle, Jon Page

and Quinn Vaira

Ruffcorn Scholarship: Jon Page, $1,875

Papazian Scholarship: Kyle Loewen, $1,200

Pratt-Resnick Scholarship: Alacia Cole, $1,000

Glasgow Elks Lodge #I922 Endowed Scholarship: Allyson Herman, $500

Glasgow High School Pop Fund Scholarship: Emily Braaten, $400

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Cookbooks have arrived

THEY'RE HERE! THEY'RE HERE! If you preordered

a copy of "Our Pioneer Heritage" cookbook

they are here. You can pick-up your copy at the Pioneer

Museum any time between 8:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M.

Monday through Friday.

Also if you want to order copies they are also

available at $35.00 per book. For those of you interested

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All funds raised from the projects that Friends Of We will'be mamed

The Pioneer Museum do are used to expand the Valley

County Pioneer Museum.

Ft. Peck Reunion meeting Saturday

The Fort Peck Reunion planned for this summer, July

2-3, will have an informational meeting this Saturday,

May 22nd at 10:OO a.m. at the Oasis. If interested or for

more information, contact Jan (McPherson) Bradley at

406-697- 1470.

Two Thousand Ten

our marriage

by Brad Rath

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4 bedroom, 3 bath, full basement

approx 2840 sq ft ,95 acre horse

property, 3 mrles out of Glasgow

off Ft Peck hwy, ready for dry

prairie, oversized 2 car plus 1

garage, central air, too many

updates to ment~on, ut~l~ty shed,

barn, corral, great views,

huge bay window, big garden 1

spots raised 8 not raised,

18x18 ft screened In porch,

huge fenced dog yard

Price Reduced! $175,500

228-8002 or 230-1598

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and southern states. It was founded

in 1916 and grew to 2660 stores. The

stores were eventually sold to other

food chains but 600 or more stores

are still operating independently in

17 states. It was the first true self

service grocery store and originally

offered 605 packages of food sold

in 4 different departments. Piggly

Wiggly was the first to provide checkout stands, price

every item, use refrigerated cases, put employees in

uniforms, and feature a full line of nationally advertised


The naming of the food chain is a mystery but one story

is that the owner of the food chain, Clarence Saunders,

saw a bunch of little pigs struggling to get under a fence

and the term became a ryhme which appealed to him.

Hours after the end of the world, a border dispute

emerged between heaven and hell. God invited the devil for

conversations to find a way to resolve this dispute quickly.

Satan, the devil, proposed a soccer game between heaven

and hell.

God, always fair, told the devil, 'The heat must be

affecting your brain, old boy. The game would be so one

sided ... don't you know all the good players go to heaven?"

The devil, smiling, responded "Yeah, but we've got all

the refs."

Scallop and Spinach

Salad with B m


6 slices bacon, chopped

Y2 medium red onion,

sliced thin

1 tsp sugar

1/4 cider vinegar

2 TBS whole grain


1 Ibs large sea


Salt and pepper

2 TBS vegetable oil

1 802 pkg baby spinach

Cook bacon over

medium-high heat until

crisp. Drain on paper

towel, pour off all but 1/4

cup bacon fat. Add onion

and sugar to skillet and

cook until softened (3 min).

Add vinegar and mustard,

scraping up any browned

bits. Transfer dressing to

large bowl; cover and keep

warm. Wipe out skillet.

Pat scallops dry and

season with salt and

pepper. Heat 1 TBS oil in

skillet over high heat. Add

half of scallops and cook

until well browned, about 2

minutes per side. Transfer

to plate. Wipe out skillet.

Repeat with remaining oil

and scallops.

Toss spinach with

dressing and season with

salt and pepper. Transfer

spinach to individual plates

and top with scallops and

bacon. Serve.

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'The Dirty Shame plays original outlaw country and hits from the likes of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, David

Alan Coe, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams Jr., Johnny Cash, and all the outlaws.

The Dirty Shame's Gonna 'Rock the Block'

The Glasgow Areachamber ofcommerce & Agriculture

is going to Rock the Block this summer.

June 2, 2010 will be the first of two summer Rock the

Blocks. It will be held on Klein Avenue and Plains Plaza.

The event will be from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. It will feature live

music by The Dirty Shame from Bozeman.

The Dirty Shame performs original outlaw country; the

Shame is able to entertain crowds of all ages and all walks

of life. From heart-wrenching ballads to foot-stomping

honky-tonk, their music is brought to life with an emotional


The goal of Rock the Block is to sponsor events which

will create more economic opportunities for Chamber

members by gathering families, visitors, residents and nonresidents

to celebrate the Glasgow community. These events

will give vendors a chance to showcase their crafts or raise

money for a cause or organization.

Area crafters, vendors, organizations and area merchants

are encouraged to set up their goods at Plains Plaza parking

lot. The street will be closed at 3:00 for vendor set up

The second Rock the Block will be held in conjunction

with Crazy Days July 29-31.September 10 & 11 will be the

Scotty Homecoming/Oktoberfest weekend featuring the

Saskatoon Police Pipes & Drums. The Glasgow Chamber

looks forward to having you participate in these events and

activities to promote Glasgow and Valley County. For more

information please call the Chamber office at 406-228-2222

or email at

Formed in 2006, The Dirty Shame was the conceptual idea

of Brandon Hale who grew up inundated with the songs

of his outlaw country heroes. His vocal ability is apparent

from the first note of the evening and his ability to emulate

the voices of country legends is inspiring.

Thestrong vocals are backed by an eclectic groupoftalented

musicians. On lead guitar and vocals is Dan Bradner whose

precision guitar playing and gritty vocals give the music

added character and dimension. His great guitar work is

complemented by the playing of Tom Day who lends the

authentic sounds of the pedal steel to syncopated solos

and extended musical forays. The rhythm section consists

of the hard hitting drumming and backing vocals of Dean

Wakerlin and the intense bass playing of Mike Hoffman on

electric and upright bass.

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