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Fairview FFA Receives Donation at Ag Days Banquet

The Fairview FFA Chapter assisted with the MonDak Ag Days Banquet on Thursday, March 1st. Jerry Caroll was the speaker at the banquet and spoke on agriculture's comedy, Farm Safety and the importance...

 

Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment For Cultural Interpretive Center Available For Public Review

A draft supplemental environmental assessment for proposed construction changes at the cultural interpretive center located on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in McKenzie County, North Dakota is currently available for public review. The draft...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 7, 2018

District II Receives Grant for Suicide Prevention Programs

On February 28, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced the recipients of Suicide Prevention grants totaling $372,000. District II Alcohol and Drug received $63,000 to implement STEP UP (Strategies...

 

Men's Health Screening To Take Place In March

March is designated as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. During this month, hospitals and medical facilities across the nation focus their attention on preventing, treating and curing colorectal cancer. According to the CDC, colorectal...

 

Lauren Sheehan to Perform March 22 at MDHC

Portland singer and guitarist Lauren Sheehan, who's new record is a companion to a book about the women who kept Gibson's guitar shop strumming during World War II. will play songs from her recording...

 

Sherri Lynn Paulsen, 50 Sidney, MT

Family and friends of Sherri Lynn Paulsen, 50, Sidney, are invited to share a meal and any stories they have about Sherri at her Celebration of Life on Saturday, March 10, 1 p.m., at the Elks Lodge in Sidney. Sherri passed peacefully on January 24,...

 

Foundation For Community Care Accepting Scholarship Applications

Applications are now available for two scholarship programs offered by the Foundation for Community Care for new and continuing college students in the 2018-2019 academic year. The first program offered by the Foundation Board of Directors is the...

 
 By McKen-Z Ramus    News    March 7, 2018

Don't Be Unlucky This St. Patrick's Day

In Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is held to honor their patron saint, Saint Patrick. He was brought to Ireland as a slave and after he escaped slavery he converted to Christianity and went back to Ireland as a missionary. He later became the leading...

 

Krautter Announces Steinbeisser to Manage Campaign

Paula Trudell Steinbeisser has been named as the campaign manager for Joel Krautter’s campaign for Representative of House District 35, a district that covers all of Richland County. “I’m excited to have Paula join my team as she will bring a...

 

HD 35 Candidate Joel Krautter Holds Listening Sessions

Republican candidate Joel Krautter held listening sessions at Elmdale, Girard and the MSU Extension building in Sidney last Saturday. In a wide range discussion at Girard Hall, Krautter was asked...

 

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Cornerstone Bank Promotes Gronos, Arndt and Frazier

Jeff Gronos has been promoted to Senior Vice President at Cornerstone Bank in Watford City. Jeff joined Lakeside State Bank/Lakeside Insurance Agency in New Town, March of 1986. He transferred full ti...

 

Lisenbee Family At The Confluence

The Lisenbee Blue Grass band will liven up the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center Sunday, March 18, 3 p.m. with its mix of country, pop and R&B classics as well as its own songs, all done in a traditional bluegrass sound. This event...

 

Rugby Homes & RV Center Holds Ribbon Cutting

Rugby Homes & RV Center, Williston, held its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony last Wednesday, celebrating its expansion into the current location at 321 Gate Avenue....

 

Scavenger Hunt for Local Tobacco Marketing Towards Youth Raises Marketing Concerns

On a blustery Friday in late February, members of Richland County Communities in Action Corps set out to try a point of sale Scavenger Hunt offered to youth groups by Richland County Health...

 

Spring Fever Garden Forums Start March 19

If you are interested in learning the latest information on timely topics in horticulture, you won’t want to miss the 2018 Spring Fever Garden Forums offered on four consecutive Monday nights from March 19 to April 9. Each session will begin at 6:3...

 

First Pediatric Influenza Death in Montana

RiverStone Health, in conjunction with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, has confirmed the first pediatric death of the 2017-2018 influenza season in Montana. The school-age child was a Yellowstone County resident....

 

ACH Seeds Awards Sugar Bounty Winners

ACH Seeds announced the winners of the 2017 National Sugar Bounty Program at the 2018 American Sugarbeet Growers Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. The national winner, Dave Apers of...

 

The MDHC Announces A Reading with Lowell Jaeger, Montana's Poet Laureate

The MonDak Heritage Center announces A Reading with Lowell Jaeger, Montana’s Poet Laureate Tuesday, March 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave SE, Sidney. Join us for the first program in the Hometown Humanities Poetry &...

 

Using Weed Biocontrol Effectively Focus of ARS BrownBagger

Been thinking about adding biocontrol to your weed management plan, but not sure where to start? Have you tried biocontrol but it just didn’t seem to work all that well? Then consider taking in our next BrownBagger presentation at the USDA-ARS...

 

Planning for Spring Grazing

As we start the third month of 2018, ranchers have a lot on their minds. For many, March and April are their calving seasons, starting some of their busiest weeks. As exciting and tiring calving...

 

ONEOK To Invest $2.3 Billion For Additional NGL And Natural Gas Infrastructure

TULSA, Okla., Feb. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ONEOK, Inc. (NYSE: OKE) today announced plans to invest approximately $2.3 billion between now and 2020 to construct: • A new 400,000-barrel per day (bpd) natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline – the...

 

2018 McKenzie County Spelling Bee Results

McKenzie County conducted it's annual spelling bee under the direction of Carol Kieson, McKenzie County Supt. of Schools. The competition was held Wednesday, February 21 at Alexander Public School,...

 

NAIA Nationals Results

1st match Randy McCray of SC, won 15-3 2nd match Landan Bailey of Northern MT State, won 17-1 in 2nd period. 3rd match Robert Ozuna of York NE, won 7-5 4th match Erique Early of Indiana Tech, lost...

 

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