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Articles from the February 17, 2016 edition

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Wardens Seek Information on Poached Deer Dumped Near Glendive

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Game Wardens are asking for the public's help in leading them to those responsible for multiple deer recently poached and found dumped near Glendive. Three...

 

New Watford City High School Ribbon Cutting

Superintendent Steve Holen and Governor Jack Dalrymple have the honors of cutting the ribbon for the new "state of the art" Watford City High School. The dedication/open house was held Monday, Feb....

 

Revolving Loan Fund Award

Richland Economic Development Corp. is pleased to announce that the Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) committee has awarded its thirteenth loan for the expansion of an existing business in Sidney. Michelle...

 

Pallid Sturgeon, Endangered?

Terry Murphy, a Richland County Compliance Officer since 2012, has some interesting theories when it comes to the Pallid sturgeon. Murphy spends two weeks on in Sidney, MT as the Richland County...

 

Darlene G. Pust, 63, Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Darlene G. Pust, 63, of Sidney were at 10 a.m., Sat., Feb. 13, 2016, at the Assembly of God Church with Pastor Les Anderson officiating. Interment was in the Sidney Cemetery under the direction of the Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral...

 

Boys and Girls Club Teen Program Receives Financial Boost

The teen program at the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County received a tremendous boost recently thanks to the generosity of the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation and some local donors. The...

 
 By Kim Simmonds    News    February 17, 2016

Art Class Scholarship At Mondak Heritage Center

The MonDak Heritage Center invites families to apply for Youth Art Class Scholarships in 2016. The MonDak Heritage Center has set aside funds, with the assistance of the Lillian Anderson Jensen Scholarship Fund and administrators Mary Seigfreid and...

 

Irrigated Land Owners To Receive Energy Cost Forms From The MT Dept. Of Revenue

This week, the Montana Department of Revenue began mailing over 12,000 forms to owners of irrigated land. Montana law allows owners to deduct electrical and fuel costs in the calculation of value for irrigated land for the purpose of determining...

 

Free Child Development Screening Offered

Child Find/Developmental Screening at Central School (200 3rd Ave. SE) on Feb. 29(Mon.)and Mar.1(Tue.) from 2:30-7:30 p.m. Mar. 7 (Mon.) and Mar. 8 (Tue.) from 2:30-7:30 p.m. To have your child included in the screening, appointments are necessary...

 

Christian Dean MT State Champ!

The Sidney Eagle Wrestling team competed at the State Tournament this weekend in Billings with 5 individuals placing at the tournament.  Christian Dean, a freshman, earned his 1st...

 

Sidney Basketball Action

The Eagles were in Billings and Laurel last weekend. Bridger Larson shoots for two against Laurel. Over the weekend the Eagles lost to the Locomotives 42-40 and also lost to Billings Central. The...

 

Region 4 Wrestling Tournament At Watford City High School Feb.13

Team scores 1. Hettinger/Scranton 218.5. 2. Beulah-Hazen 181.5. 3. Watford City 162.0. 4. Bowman County/Beach 151.5. 5. New Salem-Almont 106.5. 6. Killdeer 94.5. 7. Standing Rock Community High...

 

Did You Know That Eating Lean Beef Can Help Lower Cholesterol As Part Of A Heart-Healthy Diet?

February is American Heart Month, and Richland County Nutrition Coalition reached out to the MonDak Stockgrowers Board to help highlight the Heart Healthy benefits of a balanced diet, including moderate amounts of lean beef. In a study done by...

 

Letter to the Editor: Why I Am A Republican

Dear Editor, Since launching my campaign a few weeks ago, I have been asked by a few friends and family members who knew of my political leanings in high school and college, why I am such a committed Republican now, when I used to...

 

Star Fund Supports 15 Community Enhancement / Marketing Projects

The Williston City Commission has approved grant requests totaling $50,000 for 15 nonprofit projects in the Williston region. The commission approved the funding requests at its meeting on Tue., Feb. 9, 2016. Each year, the Williston STAR Fund board...

 

Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission Approves Funding for Yellowstone River Conservation Easement

Yesterday, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Commission unanimously approved funding for a Channel Migration Easement on the lower Yellowstone River in Richland County. The easement, which was developed by the Montana Land Reliance in...

 

2015 Fall RMC Dean's & High Honors Lists

RMC students amassed a long 2015 Fall semester Dean’s List for academic achievement. The Dean’s List for Rocky Mountain College includes 152 students who received High Honors with an asterisk (*) after their names, as they earned a 4.00 GPA in...

 
 By Carol Keison    News    February 17, 2016

Local Schools Participate In County MATHCOUNTS Competition

Junior High students from East Fairview, Alexander, Johnson Corners Christian Academy and Watford City competed in MATHCOUNTS, the annual nationwide math program for junior high school students on...

 

County Agent Update

Weak Calves John Dhuyvetter, North Dakota State University Extension Livestock Area Specialist out of North Central Research Extension Center in Minot recently wrote an article about how to prevent...

 
 By Don Smies    News    February 17, 2016

Token Project A Success In Reducing DUI's Over The Holiday Season!

As a continuing effort of the Richland County DUI Task Force to confront and reduce deadly drinking and driving, Free Ride Tokens with Sidney Shuttle were given to all Law Enforcement in Richland County as well as a few establishments that provide...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    February 17, 2016

Landowners New Access Program Offers Tax Credits

Landowners have until March 15 to submit applications to Fish, Wildlife, & Parks for enrollment in a new program called Unlocking Public Lands that may qualify a landowner for up to $3,000 in annual tax credits. Through this program, a landowner who...

 

February is National Dental Health Month

Despite the fact that it's almost entirely preventable, tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children. The good news is there are safe and effective preventive measures that can protect...

 

Don't Forget Your Four-Legged Friend

Don't turn your nose to your pets' bad breath! That odor might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage not only your pet's teeth and gums but its internal organs as well. To...

 

New Resource For Montana's Beginning Farmers And Ranchers

The vast majority of farmland in America will change hands in the next twenty years as farmers age and retire. While many states are worried about how this will affect their communities, one new resource is helping Montana buck that trend by making...

 

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