Update: Deputy Moore Funeral Tuesday


Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore’s funeral will be Tuesday, May 23, at 11:00 a.m. at the Bridge Church in Belgrade.

(NOTE: Some Iphones may give you an old location. The Church is on the west side of Jackrabbit Lane, north of the Belgrade school complex).

Live streaming of the service will take place at Three Forks High School gymnasium starting at 11 a.m.

A reception following the service will be held in the gymnasium from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

All classes are canceled at the high school for the entire day.

For more information check with the Broadwater County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page and the Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association Facebook page.

The following are locations where donations can be made to help the Moore family:

Opportunity Bank in Townsend, MT (406) 266-3137

Stockman Bank in Helena, MT (educational fund for Deputy Moore’s children) (406) 447-9000

Bridge Church in Belgrade, MT (406) 388-2004

Montana Sheriff/Peace Officer Association (406) 443-5669

And the Deputy Mason GoFundMe account.

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Jay Scott
Jay Scott has an extensive news background. His prep school newspaper was voted #1 in the United States, and 3 years after graduation from Northwestern University, he anchored NBC Radio's "News on the Hour" from Chicago. He has won statewide news awards in Illinois, Indiana, California, and Montana, and has won more news and sports "EB" awards (first and second) from the Montana Broadcasters Association then any other broadcaster. He has been a lecturer at Journalism Schools at Northwestern University, Columbia University, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of Montana. Jay Scott has served as play-by-play reporter for the Capital High Bruins and Helena American Legion baseball since 2000. Some prior career highlights include radio work for the Chicago Black Hawks, White Sox, Bears and Bulls, plus Northwestern University, Indiana University, Purdue University, the University of Notre Dame, and Carroll College . He has been the TV "voice" for the University of Montana and Carroll College as well. Jay was one of the first broadcasters in the U-S to web-stream high school games, beginning with Capital High in 2004. His games get regular hits from "coast to coast to Gulf coast," and all six other continents. He is also a veteran sports official, having worked high school, college and professional baseball, softball, basketball, football and hockey. He helped write national rules for high school baseball and softball. He has umpired a Montana High School state tournament in softball, and worked numerous playoff games in football.

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