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Jerry Puffer

Born and raised in Big Sky Country. Career includes radio and television in the midwest and east coast. I try to lead by example. I tend to be goal oriented with an eye on the future. I enjoy gourmet cooking, fishing, and thrive on challenging opportunities both in and outside of the business. While some might consider me a risk taker, I prefer to think of myself as a level headed, clear thinking individual with compassion yet stern principles.
The Drummer's Widow
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Loss Love Fear Strength

It's ALL in the book that I'll be giving away tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30 on Puffman Sports Trivia. The book is "The Drummer's Widow", not to be confused with "The Drummer's Window", a book on carpentry! This novel by Joanna FitzPatrick explores loss & love, fear & strength, & the ultimate resilience of the human spirit. You'll lov

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Conrad Whoop Up Days
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The Cowboys Ride

The parade goes by, the cowboys ride & the dancing music plays. So come one, come all at Conrad Whoop Up Days! It's my favorite jingle...I even like the doughnut in it...& the brains behind that little gem will be my special guest tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 2:30 on the Puffman Show. He's t

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Songs of Willow Frost
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A Frosty Presentation

Montana (Great Falls) author, Jamie Ford, will be speaking tomorrow (Thursday) night down in Conrad. Ford is the author of "Songs Of Willow Frost" which has been receiving rave reviews! Ford's presentation is open to everyone & it gets underway tomorrow night at 7 at the Conrad Public Library. Ch

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What To Read Next

We'll be reading the final pages of Dale Sheldon's "Who Lost" tonight (Tuesday) during Montana History this evening up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. What to read next? I'm looking at one of 3 neat books: (1) "The Good Times Are All Gone Now; Life, Death, and Rebirth In An Idaho Mining Town" by Julie Whitesel Weston, (2) "Dark Spaces; Montana's Historic Penitentiary At Deer Lodge" by Ellen Baumler (from the Montana Historical Society), or (3) "Empty Mansions; The Mysterious Life of Hugette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune" by Bill Dedman (winner of the Pulitzer Prize) & Paul Clark Newell, Jr...s

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Fourteen Pounds In Twenty One Days

The book is: "The Perfect 10 Diet" (Lose Up To 14 Pounds In 21 Days) & it's the GrandPprize this afternoon (Monday) at 4:30 on Puffman Musical Trivia. New York City physician Michael Aziz, MD has put together this diet BREAKTHROUGH that has changed thousands of lives, & the 1st person in this afternoon at 434 5241 with the correct answer to my Puffman Musical Trivia question WINS this hardcover book published by Cumberland House, An Imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Sharon

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Oklahoma's Oh, What A Beautiful Morning
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Fighting Wet Grain

"Tall" Todd, the custom harvest guy reports from Texas that they are fighting wet grain, low bushels, & test weights from 56.8 to 59.8 lbs. The harvest has been slow due to recent rain from 1.5 to 2 inches. Yi

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Shelby's Roxy Theatre
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Two On The Aisle Please

Good news for our Golden Triangle young people here on the Hi-Line! The Shelby Home & School/Roxy Theatre Summer Movies are back & kick off this Thursday, June 5th. You can purchase your tickets at the Shelby Elementary School or or downtown at Shelby Floral. AND..w

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