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Articles from the May 18, 2016 edition

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 By Meagan Dotson    News    May 18, 2016

Traps Are Set To Determine If EAB Has Reached Sidney

Twelve Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) traps have been set in Sidney parks and at the golf course, given to the city by APHIS; the traps are bated with pheromones, which sit in a white cup at the bottom of th...

 

Sidney School Activity Director Contract Meeting May 18

The Sidney School Board will meet at 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 18, 2016, for the purpose of considering 2016-2017 K-12 Activity Director’s contract. The meeting will be held at the Central School building....

 
 By Mike Mohl    News    May 18, 2016

10th Annual Early Bird Set To Tee Off

Registrations for the 10th Annual Early Bird Golf Scramble are now being accepted. This year the event is set for Saturday, May 28th at the Sidney Country Club. Already many area businesses and individuals have committed to make a difference in our...

 

2016 City Council Candidates Forum In Watford City

Wednesay, May 11th, 2016 marked Watford City's Candidate Forum for City Council. There are 3 spots open on the City Council board, and running from left to right are Lindsay Wingerter, Charles "Chas"...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    May 18, 2016

The African Children's Choir Will Be Performing In Sidney On May 20

The African Children’s Choir will be performing in Sidney for the third time, Friday, May 20 at the Middle School Auditorium. The internationally acclaimed group will perform a free concert at 7 p.m...

 

Candidates Forum Thursday, May 19

Voice your concerns and get your questions answered at the candidates forum this Thursday, May 19 at Girard Hall. It will be an open forum with questions coming directly from attendees. All local candidates have been invited....

 

Letter To The Editor

Sidney School Board Members, We are writing this letter in support of Mr. Ross Hall, the activities director at Sidney High School. We believe Mr. Hall is truly an asset to our community and we encourage the school board to change their vote and...

 

Results Of Expanded Park Housing/Utilities Plan Environmental Assessment

FORT UNION TRADING POST NHS, ND – Fort Union announces the results of the Expanded Park Housing/Utilities Plan and Environmental Assessment (EA). “This plan analyzed two action alternatives,” said park superintendent Andy Banta. “The...

 
 By Janelle Buxbaum    News    May 18, 2016

Taste The World

The Richland County Nutrition Coalition is gearing up to offer a truly unique culinary experience to our community! Taste the World will be held on Fri., June 10 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Anil Kara will be demonstrating how to prepare...

 
 By Marissa Schoepp    News    May 18, 2016

Peanut Butter Drive

Eagle Country Ford, in conjunction with the Ford Focus on Hunger, is joining other Ford dealers throughout the Northwest, to collect jars of peanut butter supporting the summer demand for kid-friendly...

 
 By Arch Ellwein    News    May 18, 2016

Sidney Middle School To Perform "The Ransom Of The Red Chief"

Sidney Middle School students are rehearsing their annual production sponsored by the Eagle Foundation. “The Ransom of Red Chief” is adapted from the classic short story written by O. Henry in 1910. Two bumbling con artists get more than they bar...

 

3 Ways Your Home Value Can Help In Retirement

(BPT) - Your retirement. Your golden years to spend doing the things you enjoy - hobbies, travel, more time with family, and so on. But can you afford to live your post-paycheck life the way you always hoped? Research from the National Retirement Ris...

 

Becoming My Mother

Ah, the arrogance and ignorance of youth. While we suffered through the pangs of adolescence and young adulthood, we figured we could race through fire and sail out the other end virtually unscathed, we could leap tall buildings in a single bound,...

 

Smart Cellphone Security Tips For Seniors

(BPT) - Seniors are one of the five groups most at-risk for identity theft, according to a report from U.S. News & World Report. Because your cellphone or smartphone likely contains personal...

 

Boomers: 5 Proven Practices to Win the Race Against Aging

(BPT) - Naps, knitting and nuzzling with the grandchildren - the traditional image of retirement is being challenged by the more than 76 million baby boomers in the United States. This vibrant generation wants to make the most out of their golden...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    May 18, 2016

The Josh King Memorial Scavenger Hunt is Sure to Put 'Fun' in Fundraising, May 20

The Josh king Memorial Scavenger Hunt is happening Friday, May 20 with registration open at 5:30 p.m. and games beginning at 6 p.m. The event will be held in honor of the late Josh King, who served...

 

Bow Hunter Ed Classroom Course – Archery

Orientation and walk in registration for the fall 2016 Bow Hunter Education class will be June 9, 2016 at Eastern Ag Research Center, 1501 North Central Ave. from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. Online registration is available at https://www.reg...

 
 By MSU News Service    News    May 18, 2016

MSU To Host Annual Agricultural Research Center Field Days Across Montana

BOZEMAN – The public is invited to attend free annual field days across Montana to tour and learn about the people, places and projects involved with agricultural research at Montana State University’s College of Agriculture andMontana...

 

Rainbow Smelt Die-Off Occurring In Lake Sakakawea

A fish kill affecting adult rainbow smelt is ongoing in portions of the upper half of Lake Sakakawea, according to Dave Fryda, Missouri River System fisheries supervisor for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Fryda said the cause of the...

 

Joel Krautter Leads In Fundraising In House District 35 Race

In the first campaign finance reports released May 3 in the House District 35 race, reports showed Republican Joel Krautter had raised $4,545, Scott Staffanson had raised $2,280, and Democrat Chris Trumpower had raised $100. Reports also showed that...

 
 By Joel Krautter    News    May 18, 2016

No Time For Dirty Politics In House District 35 Race

On Saturday, May 14th, as I was out campaigning, I received word that negative campaign mailers were arriving in mailboxes across Richland County attacking my opponent, Scott Staffanson. These mailers were sent out by a third-party group named...

 
 By Michele Seadeek    News    May 18, 2016

Girls Scout Troop #2358 Proceeds Benefit Boys & Girls Club

Girls Scout Troop #2358 led by Jenna Donahue had a bake sale. The scouts came together and decided to take their proceeds and donate it to Boys & Girls Club of Richland County. "Jenna Donahue...

 
 By R-CALF USA    News    May 18, 2016

A Steak in Ag

R-CALF USA may be defined as a non-profit producer organization, but our work benefits anyone who eats meat and lives in an economy that includes agriculture. We’re more than a producer organization; we’re your organization! Senate Judiciary...

 
 By Julie Brodhead    News    May 18, 2016

State Health Officials Offer Safety Tips When Handling Live Poultry

Update - As of May 11, 2016 eight cases of Salmonella across Montana are currently associated with multi-state outbreaks likely linked to live poultry such as baby chicks. Raising backyard poultry has become increasingly popular in Montana and many...

 

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