Articles from the November 16, 2016 edition

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A Change in Career, Not a Change in Heart

Until a couple months ago, Sidney High School alumnus Jordan Sullivan was beginning her first year as a graduate law student at University of Montana, having recently returned from a professional...

 

Watford City Mayor Wins North Dakota Lieutenant Governor-Elect

Election Day elicited ups and downs for everyone, but for Watford City mayor and lieutenant governor-elect, Brent Sanford, it presented serious change. Republican candidate Doug Burgum named Sanford...

 
 By Tim Fine    News    November 16, 2016

USDA ARS Focus Group Will Meet Nov. 21

One of the bonuses of my job (at least it’s usually a bonus) is that, because of the position, I get asked (sometimes told) to be a part of various groups. Generally speaking these groups have an agricultural focus and are looking for input. One...

 

#GivingTuesday Speaks to the Spirit of Giving in All of Us

Giving is the reason for the season, so it seems only appropriate that #GivingTuesday would follow shopping days Black Friday, Shop Small Saturday, and Cyber Monday. #GivingTuesday is a social media...

 

Ernest "Ernie" Valnes, 81 Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Ernest “Ernie” Valnes, 81, of Sidney were at 10 a.m., Monday, November 14 at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Interment was in Sidney Cemetery, Sidney, MT under the care...

 

Mary F. Thrams, 87 Sidney, MT formerly of Skaar Community

Funeral services for Mary F. Thrams, 87, of Sidney, MT formerly of Skaar Community are at 10 a.m. Thursday, November 17 at the Squaw Gap Hall with Pastor Neil Lindorff of First Lutheran Church in Savage officiating. Interment will be in Richland...

 

Richard Lee Allmer, 77 Glendive, MT formerly of Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Richard Lee Allmer, 77, of Glendive, MT formerly of Sidney, MT were at 2 p.m., Friday, November 11 at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel, Sidney, MT with Pastor Richard Evans officiating. Interment was in Sidney Cemetery,...

 

Government over reach

This letter is in regards to local government over reach and the total disregard for the constitution of the United States. By not only the federal level but also just as importantly the local level my personal testimony to my latest encounter with...

 

Creating the country we want takes more than voting

I’m a millennial woman. I voted for Donald Trump and I am not sorry. I did not vote for him because he’s a man; because he’s inspiring me or because I agree with everything he says. I voted for him because I thought we would have more economic...

 

Harvest Festival Artwork Winners

Tai Trudell (left) was the 1st place winner of the K – 3rd grade Harvest Days Artwork Contest, sponsored by The Roundup, and Sienna Boehler (right) was the 1st place winner in the 4th – 6th grade...

 

Support Local Businesses on Shop Small Saturday, Nov. 26th

Support your local businesses on Shop Small Saturday, Nov. 26th, and take advantage of great sales and great shopping. Shop Small Saturday is a national movement that was created by American Express i...

 

Get Ready for Christmas Around the World, Sat. Nov. 26th

Kick-off the Christmas season and celebrate during the Christmas Around the World Stroll the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26th, from 3:00pm – 7:00pm with the Parade of Lights to follow....

 

The Key to Good Caregiving:

(BPT) - It is estimated that more than 15 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer's and other dementias. For the vast majority, the deeply personal responsibility of caring...

 

MonDak Relay for Life Holding Raffle

MonDak Relay for Life is holding a raffle, with all funds raised going to the Cancer Society. Tickets are $2.00 each or 6 for $10.00 and available at Merchants Bank and Neu's Super Valu in Fairview,...

 

A Surprising Strategy for Getting the Most Out of Your Social Security

(BPT) - The temptation to start collecting monthly Social Security checks at age 62 is hard to resist, but claiming the benefit too early can have damaging consequences for your overall retirement funds. According to Kiplinger.com’s October list...

 

Continuous Holiday Carousel

Holiday seasons nowadays tend to blend together for one continuous shopping spree, starting in late September when merchants feel obligated to start pushing Halloween, and lasting right through Easter the following spring. When I was a kid,...

 

County Agent Update

Farm and Ranch Succession Planning Many people in our area are a part of a farm or ranch operation, it is a family business. Having a family business is difficult, no matter what form of business it i...

 

First Quarter Honor Roll Sidney High School

Jaret Aisenbrey; Joshua Aisenbrey; Carson Allen; James Allen; Kade Anderson; Kristopher Ashcraft; Lunden Bachmeier; Lauryn Barnhart; Jenna Baxter; Jordan Baxter; Sean Baxter; Lauren Beenken; Jory Bell; Jace Benson; Katelyn Berglund; Samantha...

 

Richey School Honor Roll

“A” Honor Roll Grade 5: Ryan Eggert; Adrianna Kent-Griffiths; Kiera Strohm; Taylor Goosen. Grade 6: Joshua Sponheim, Ezra Leach; Mataya Veverka; Matthew Ellerton; Nathan Senner. Grade 7: Shawna Eggert; Ella Robbins; Jacob Smith. Grade 8: Caleb...

 

Middle School Wrestling Results

The Sidney Middle School stepped on the mat for the first time this season on Saturday, November 12 to claim first place at the Forsyth Invitational Tournament with 87 points.  Glasgow placed second with 65 points, Miles City was third with 63 point...

 

Rau Students Perform for Veterans Day

First through sixth grade Rau students presented their Veteran's Day performance at the Sidney Elks Lodge and The Lodge on Lone Tree Creek Assisted living on Thursday, Nov. 10th, in honor of those...

 

Sidney Fire Dept. Receives $30,000 from Foundation for Community Care

The Foundation for Community Care presented a $30,000 check to the Sidney Fire Department on Monday, Nov. 14th. The $30,000 grant was part of the $210,000 Personal Protective Equipment Fund that has...

 

SHS Speech Team & Drama Team Take 1st Place Trophies for Class A Sweeps

The SHS Speech & Drama team competed against 15 schools this past Friday, and came out on top! The Speech team brought home the 1st place trophy for Class A Sweeps. With the talented seniors...

 

West Side Students Show Their Appreciation With Operation Gratitude

The last few weeks, first and third graders at West Side Elementary have been collecting items for Operation Gratitude as part of a school-wide effort to support active soldiers, their families, and...

 

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