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Articles from the May 4, 2016 edition

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 News    May 4, 2016

The Re-Tree Richland County 2.0 Program Had Another Successful Year

Richland County Extension Agent Tim Fine gave a hands-on teaching of proper pruning techniques.​ The workshop gives trees to applicants that attend the program, to be planted in the city...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    May 4, 2016

Help Bring The Billings Symphony & Orchestra To Sidney's Sunrise Festival Of The Arts

Sidney businesses will be receiving fundraising letters from the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce this week. The 26th annual Sunrise Festival of the Arts, held at centrally located Veteran’s Memorial...

 

Badlands Arts Showcase In Watford City May 26

Watford City's Long X Council on the Arts is pleased to present the Badlands Arts Showcase and Fundraising Gala on Thursday, May 26. Guests will enjoy an evening of original western North Dakota...

 
 News    May 4, 2016

Sidney, Fairview 'E-Rase Your E-Waste' Event Is May 13-14

E-rase your E-waste organizers invite you to bring your damaged and outdated electronic equipment to the group’s spring recycling event May 13-14 in Sidney and Fairview. Now in its 12th year, E-rase your E-waste has recycled more than 380,000...

 
 By Erin O Connor    Outdoors    May 4, 2016

Harvest Reporting Now Mandatory for Paddlefish Anglers

Before hitting the river, paddlefish anglers should be aware of a new requirement this year. Anglers harvesting a paddlefish anywhere in Montana are now required to report their harvest within 48 hours. Anglers not reporting a harvested paddlefish...

 
 By USPS    News    May 4, 2016

Open House Wed. For New Postal Contract Unit

Postal Services now available at Reese & Ray’s IGA in Sidney. Join us Wednesday, May 4 as the United States Postal Service celebrates the opening of a new Contract Postal Unit (CPU) at Reese & Ray’s IGA, 203 2nd St. NW in Sidney. The Grand...

 
 By Kay Nice    News    May 4, 2016

May Is Asthma Awareness Month

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials say that about 1 in 11 people in Montana currently have asthma. Asthma is a serious chronic condition, causing swelling of the airways that affects thousands of children and adults....

 
 By Dee Jorgensen    News    May 4, 2016

Eastern Montana Bible Camp Looking for Campers

Summer camps have been a U.S. tradition for over 150 years. Did you know that over ten million American kids attend camp every summer? That opportunity is available close by and coming up quickly. Eastern Montana Bible Camp was incorporated in 1950...

 
 News    May 4, 2016

Ron Gebhardt Earns 2015 Voices In Philanthropy Recognition

MINNEAPOLIS (Month Date, 2016) – Ron Gebhardt, FIC, CLTC, a Financial Associate with Thrivent Financial in Sidney, MT has received the 2015 Voices in Philanthropy (VIP) Award from InFaith Community...

 
 News    May 4, 2016

Sidney Senior Prom Royalty

Sidney held their Prom April 23. Pictured L-R are Tenna Cooley, Larren Foust, Bryana Christensen, Chris Wick (kneeling), Tanya Denysenko, Megan Deming, Quinn McGlothlin, Tayler Fischer, Skylar...

 
 By Kelsie Haggard    News    May 4, 2016

Brorson School Wins The Smart Schools Challenge

This year Brorson School participated in Montana Saving Money and Resources Today (SMART) Schools challenge. The SMART schools challenge is for K-12 schools all across the state of Montana and...

 
 By Duane Mitchell    Opinion    May 4, 2016

Letter To The Editor

I just heard the Governor for our great state of Montana say he tried to get an “Infrastructure Bill” passed during the last legislative session. He said it was due to “partisan politics” that it didn’t happen. I have been trying to get...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    May 4, 2016

Season Is Off To A Good Start For Growers, Sidney Sugars

Sidney Sugars agricultural manager Duane Peters is very pleased with how the sugar beet season is starting out. “We’re having a good spring right now, which hopefully will lead to a very good harvest.” In the first year of a three-year...

 
 By Danielle Steinhoff    News    May 4, 2016

County Agent Update

With the warmer weather in the forecast, many ranchers want to put their cattle out to the start of lush green pastures. But it is just the start, deciding when to start grazing can drastically...

 
 By Sheridan Martin    News    May 4, 2016

African Children's Choir To Perform In Sidney Once Again

Sidney is being graced with another opportunity to see the African Children's Choir. This year the choir will be performing at the Sidney Middle School on Fri., May 20, 2016 at 7 p.m., hosted by...

 
 By Lynn Sloan    News    May 4, 2016

SHOP To STOP Human Trafficking In Our Own Bakken Area And Around The World

The Mother’s Day gifts you purchase this year could bless two women at once. Mercy Market will be set up at Reynold’s in Sidney this Sat., May. 7, with a variety of beautiful handmade jewelry, scarves, t-shirts, handbags and other products...

 
 By Sheridan Martin    Energy    May 4, 2016

Crude Oil Sold As Export After Ban Is Lifted

After a 40-year ban, Congress lifted the ban on exporting crude oil just this last December. Hess Corp on Friday, April 22nd, 2016 confirmed it sold Bakken crude oil for export out of the U.S. Gulf...

 

Williston Basin Pertroleum Conference To Be Held May 24-26 In Bismarck, ND

Williston Basin Pertroleum Conference will be held May 24-26 at Bismarck Event Center, 315 South 5th Street, Bismarck, ND. The North Dakota Petroleum Council, North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources, and the Government of Saskatchewan, look...

 
 By Libby Berndt    News    May 4, 2016

Sidney Reynolds Market Wins Awards

Reynolds Market stores were the recent winners of corporate awards for their outstanding achievements within the F.T. Reynolds Company. F.T. Reynolds Co. chose to present the Golden Fox and Silver...

 
 By Larry Christensen    News    May 4, 2016

Sidney Volunteer Fire Department Hosts It's 26th Annual Free Will Breakfast

Once again the Sidney Volunteer Fire Department is preparing for our annual fundraise. We will be hosting our 26th Annual Free Will Breakfast at the Fire hall on Sun., May 15, 2016 from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. The breakfast will consist of French toast,...

 

MSU Extension Specialist Recommends Deep Banding Or Tillage To Prevent Nitrogen Fertilizer Loss

Montana State University Extension recommends that producers now applying urea fertilizer (46-0-0) protect it from volatilization loss (ammonia loss to the air) by sub-surface banding, incorporation into the soil by tillage or a half-inch of water...

 
 By Ag News Wire    Ag Roundup    May 4, 2016

Legislation Introduced for Tax Savings for FFA, 4-H Student Projects

The Montana Farm Bureau is urging Congressional support for S. 2774, the Agriculture Student EARN Act. The Act, introduced by Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), would make the first $5,000 of income earned by students completing...

 

Leland and Schepens attend the National 4-H Conference in Washington DC

Senior Richland County 4-H Members Garret Leland and Taylor Schepens recently attended the National 4-H Conference in Washington DC. They were two of the three 4-H members who represented Montana at...

 

The Williston Research and Extension Center Welcomes New Extension Specialist Clair Keene

The Williston Research and Extension Center recently welcomed Clair Keene, who started her position as the Area Extension Specialist in Cropping Systems at the end of February. Keene grew up in...

 

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