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 By Jaimee Green    News    July 2, 2014

The McKenzie County Fair is Coming, July 9-12

Where else can you watch an angry bull stomp and thrash about, watch blinged-out barrel racers steady their steeds, or witness brave pickup men charge toward bucking broncos? It’s the same place...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    July 2, 2014

The McKenzie County Fair is Coming, July 9-12

Where else can you watch an angry bull stomp and thrash about, watch blinged-out barrel racers steady their steeds, or witness brave pickup men charge toward bucking broncos? It’s the same place...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    June 25, 2014

Barrett Pharmacy: Over Seven Decades Serving Watford City Residents

Barrett Pharmacy has been owned and operated by members of the Lundin family for over seven decades. Today, the store still occupies the original location, although the original building was...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 18, 2014

Larsen Service Drug Provides 62 Years of Patron's Prescriptions

John Larsen started more than a business in pharmacy in 1952. He started a family tradition that has stood the test of time for 62 years and spans three generations. Larsen Service Drug has served as...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 18, 2014

Meyer's Department Store

The hometown department store in Watford City has been a mainstay in the community for many years, surviving the fashion styles of decades and touting the most fabulous trends of the time. From the...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 18, 2014

Jack and Jills Grocery

For 43 years the Liebel family called the local Jack and Jill's food store their family business. The store's history dates back to February of 1970 when Robert Hallesy and Earl Liebel purchased the h...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 18, 2014

McKenzie County Public Library

In a technologically driven world of gadgets consisting of IPods, IPads, Nooks, Kindles and computers, some might believe the community library has become an archaic place where hard-bound books go...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 18, 2014

McKenzie Building Center

In 1996 Alvin Gravos took a chance when a good business opportunity presented itself. And he wasn't the only one. At the time, Gravos was managing what was then Great Plains Supply, in Watford City,...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 18, 2014

S&S Motors, Three Generations of Family Tradition

1949 was an inventive year in the automotive industry. It was the year post-war era vehicles were introduced. Their designs were sleeker, swoopier, wider and lower. Back then showroom floors touted...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    June 4, 2014

The McKenzie County Fair is Coming, July 9-12

Where else can you watch an angry bull stomp and thrash about, watch blinged-out barrel racers steady their steeds, or witness brave pickup men charge toward bucking broncos? It's the same place...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    May 7, 2014

Fulgham Serves as Sidney FFA Chapter Advisor

Sidney High School's FFA Chapter is now being run with a new advisor. Ted Fulgham of Libby accepted the position in January and has been busy ramping up the program and implementing some new ideas....

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    April 30, 2014

Fulgham Serves as Sidney FFA Chapter Advisor

Sidney High School's Future Farmers of America Chapter is now being run with a new advisor. Ted Fulgham of Libby, accepted the position in January and has been busy ramping up the program and...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    April 23, 2014

EARC Moves Forward With 1st Annual Community Garden Project

With the hint of spring weather in the air, green thumb enthusiasts are busy laying out their plans for this year's gardening season. They are choosing their seeds, checking their garden beds and...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    February 19, 2014

Sidney Tendokan Taekwondo Celebrates 30 Years

White. Yellow. Orange. Green. Purple. Blue. Brown. And eventually, black. If you ask any student at the Sidney Tendokan Taekwondo dojang the progression of belt colors they can earn by mastering the...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    January 29, 2014

Sidney Police Department Hopes to Get K-9 Unit

The Sidney Police Department is hoping they will soon be able to recruit a four-legged member to their staff of law enforcement officers. Since October, they have been working on securing funds to...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    January 29, 2014

Lapp Brothers Named Top Producers for Small Farm Category

For the Lapp brothers, it was a good season to be a beet farmer. This year, they were selected by Sidney Sugars Incorporated as the top producing sugar beet farmers in the small farm, “0-247...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    January 29, 2014

Cayko Named Top Beet Producer Three Years Running in Category

Terry Cayko may just have soil pumping through his veins. His career of farming spans a lifetime and he has no plans of retiring. It’s his passion. His family’s tradition. And something he’s...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    January 22, 2014

Cayko Named Top Beet Producer Three Years Running in Category

Terry Cayko may just have soil pumping through his veins. His career of farming spans a lifetime and he has no plans of retiring. It's his passion. His family's tradition. And something he's darn...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    January 22, 2014

Lapp Brothers Named Top Producers for Small Farm Category

For the Lapp brothers, it was a good season to be a beet farmer. This year, they were selected by Sidney Sugars Incorporated as the top producing sugar beet farmers in the small farm, “0-247...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    January 1, 2014

SHS Celebrates 75 Years of FFA

Learning to do. Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve. Ask any local National Future Farmers of America Organization student the FFA motto and it will effortlessly roll off their tongue. Fo...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    January 1, 2014

Local Gardner Gets Back to Basics

At the age of six, Karen Redlin started gardening with her mother in their home garden. “Everyone had to work and be a part of the garden in our family,” she recalls. Five decades later, she...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    January 1, 2014

Sidney High School Celebrates 75 Years of FFA

Learning to do. Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve. Ask any local National Future Farmers of America Organization student the FFA motto and it will effortlessly roll off their tongue....

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    January 1, 2014

Dynneson Family Carries On Tradition of Team Driving

Katelyn Dynneson can see it perfectly in her mind. The brilliant strands of white and colored lights. The misty steam of her horses’ breath against the frigid night air. She can hear the loud...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    December 25, 2013

Boys and Girls Club Making a Difference

51,300 homework assignments completed. 3,230 games of freeze tag. 32,300 books read by children. 57,000 art projects created. 40,375 board games played. 178,000 pictures colored. 1,140 birthdays...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    December 25, 2013

Parkview Village Opens for Low Income Families

The opening of an affordable housing complex is making it easier for a number of families to find cheaper housing during a time when housing costs have reached unprecedented increases associated with...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    December 25, 2013

Air Show Extravaganzas Climb Top Ten List

Hard dives. Gut swirling loops. White steam spraying out of manifolds. You don't have to be a pilot to appreciate the sound of booming jet propelled engines scissoring overhead or be captivated by...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    December 4, 2013

A Cozy Culbertson Christmas

With the holiday season here, there is perhaps no better way to celebrate the season than among friends and your community. In Culbertson, the evening of Dec. 17 marks the night for community events...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    December 4, 2013

Threshing Bee Members Hope to Capture Nostalgia of Yesteryear

There is perhaps no state that can boast more Western grit, gumption and panoramic nostalgia than Montana. It is a place known for its vast open spaces, abundant natural beauty and time-kept...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    December 4, 2013

Dynneson Family Carries On Tradition of Team Driving

Katelyn Dynneson can see it perfectly in her mind. The brilliant strands of white and colored lights. The misty steam of her horses' breath against the frigid night air. She can hear the loud ringing...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    November 27, 2013

"A Touch of Home"

For many U.S. soldiers, the holidays will be spent overseas, on foreign soil. In an effort to create a more holiday-like season for those selflessly serving their country, one area organization is...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    November 27, 2013

A Cozy Culbertson Christmas

With the holiday season here, there is perhaps no better way to celebrate the season than among friends and your community. In Culbertson, the evening of Dec. 17 marks the night for community events...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    November 27, 2013

Sidney Celebrates Holiday Season with Community Festivities

Once a year, the street known as Central Avenue, a main artery for traffic through downtown Sidney, transforms into a festive wonderland of Christmas merriment and fun. On Nov. 29, the 22nd annual...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    November 27, 2013

Threshing Bee Members Hope to Capture Nostalgia of Yesteryear

There is perhaps no state that can boast more Western grit, gumption and panoramic nostalgia than Montana. It is a place known for its vast open spaces, abundant natural beauty and time-kept...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    October 23, 2013

Good Year to Be a Farmer

For a Montana farmer, a lot depends on the weather. That’s perhaps because their livelihood depends on it. For one area farmer, Mother Nature was very accommodating this farming season. Anton Borg o...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    October 23, 2013

Cover Crops; Research Continues

Cover crops have been around for a long time. Until recent years, no one gave them much thought. That is changing. According to Ann Ronning, Roosevelt County Extension Agent, the concept of cover...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Agriculture    September 25, 2013

Threshers Association Celebrates 50 Years; "Come See Em All"

Potential. For an old time tractor enthusiast, every tractor has it. It doesn’t matter if the engine has seized, paint faded or frame has rotted into a collapsed pile. For many, the older the...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    June 26, 2013

Sidney Family Takes Plunge

For folks who live for the excitement offered by a day in the great outdoors, there is perhaps no greater treasure on the Northeast Montana Hi-Line than Fort Peck Lake. And for anglers hoping to...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Golden Roundup    June 12, 2013

Long Time Pharmacist Retires from White Drug

For over three decades, one local resident has been supplying the community with just what the doctor ordered. Last Saturday, Tim Wagner, the pharmacist for White Drug traded in his long white coat...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    June 5, 2013

Wolf Point Chamber Launches First-Ever Annual Brewfest

The City of Wolf Point’s Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is starting an annual tradition of great beer, delicious food, and music with Brewfest 2013, the first and only outside beer festival to...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Energy    April 24, 2013

Sonda's Solutions Offers Oilfield Apparel And Expertise

In the oil industry, most workers don’t have the luxury of a typical nine to five hour work schedule. They work long hours, both day and night. So, in their off-time, shopping for work related...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Golden Roundup    April 17, 2013

On a Lifetime of Enjoyable Employment

With the dynamics of today’s workforce changing, it seems the days of employees spending a lifetime working for just one employer are now the exception, rather than the rule. Yet, there are those...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Energy    April 10, 2013

Pacific Steel & Recycling Offers Earth Day Incentives

It's great to be a pop can these days. Or, a soda can, depending on what neck-of-the-woods you're from. Either way, I feel rejuvenated. Now, you may be wondering why a seemingly insignificant...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Energy    March 20, 2013

Energy Outreach Task Force Giving Back to Communities

For those accustom to living in rural America it comes as no surprise that volunteer efforts and good’ol fashioned neighborliness are what keeps small communities thriving and prospering. It is...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Special Editions    March 13, 2013

AgPartners, Delivering Individualized Products, Advice to Local Farmers

In Northeast Montana, crop acreage can be as individualistic as the farmers that seed them. And because of that, special care has to be taken to ensure acreage is strategized and individualized to ens...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    March 6, 2013

AgPartners, Delivering Individualized Products, Advice to Local Farmers

In Northeast Montana, crop acreage can be as individualistic as the farmers that seed them. And because of that, special care has to be taken to ensure acreage is strategized and individualized to ens...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Energy    March 6, 2013

Dickinson Diesel Refinery To Ease Demand

In a state boasting some of the heaviest over-the-road trucking activity in the nation, the creation of a diesel refinery plant could be just what the western side of the state of North Dakota needs...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Energy    February 20, 2013

Spud Date Set

With plans for drilling set for May, the city of Sidney will soon have a horizontal well drilling underneath its soil, and residents holding mineral rights leases are anxiously wondering if the well...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    February 13, 2013

Western Building Center Opening in Culbertson

It isn’t just families that are packing it up and relocating in search of jobs and opportunities during the Bakken oil boom. Market savvy businesses looking to grow and take advantage of an...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Golden Roundup    December 12, 2012

Cooking For A Colony

Some of us fret over what to cook for an average sized family of four or five. We stress over how to keep the meals exciting, healthy and enticing enough to make sure everyone willingly eats it. And...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    November 21, 2012

Larsen Service Drug Celebrates 60 Years of Prescribing Just What the Doctor Ordered

At a time when most people were making their living farming and ranching on the vast openness of sparsely populated prairies in North Dakota, John Larsen was creating his legacy in pharmacy. In 1952,...

 

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