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Articles from the September 6, 2017 edition

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Young & Old Settlers

Alexander held their annual Old Settler's Day Sat., Sept. 2. This year the Lewis Family was honored and the day was filled with fun activities for all ages. One of the highlights was the Oasis...

 

Jamison Whiteman All Day Benefit Scheduled For Sat., Sept. 23

To start off the day, enjoy breakfast at the Sidney Elks Club in Sidney at 8 a.m. with proceeds going to the Jamison Whiteman fund. At 11 a.m. join in the fun at the Wanna Be An Elk golf scramble at...

 

Big Sky Concert Season Kicks Off Sept. 18 with "Raised in the Saddle"

The first performance of the Big Sky Concert Season kicks off on Monday, September 18th with Montana Repertory Theatre's presentation of "Raised in the Saddle" The Phantasmagorical Journey of a...

 

Look Beneath the Surface: How to Recognize Human Trafficking Session Offered in Watford City

A victim of trafficking may look like many of the people you see every day. How do you know who maybe trafficked? Children as well as adults are being held against their will. Human Trafficking is...

 

New Program Aimed At Equipping And Inspiring New Leaders Coming Sept. 14 To Sidney

Much of small town life is run by volunteers who sit on boards, committees and councils. A new MSU Extension program is planned in Sidney to give new and seasoned volunteers information that will help them be more effective in their volunteer roles....

 

McKenzie County's 19th Annual Heritage Day September 16

Saturday, September 16th is the 19th Annual McKenzie County Heritage Day and the 25th anniversary of the McKenzie Heritage Association. Festivities begin at 11AM Central time in Heritage Park in Watford City, and all are welcome to celebrate....

 

Donald "DK" Johnson, 95 Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Donald “DK” Johnson, 95, of Sidney, MT were held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 5 at Ebenezer Congregational Church with Pastor David Meehan officiating. Interment followed in Sidney Cemetery under the direction of...

 

Public Health Officials: Follow Recommendations For Outdoor Activities

State health officials stressed today the importance of following recommendations for outdoor activities based on air quality as Montana’s unrelenting wildfire season shows no signs of letting up. This information is especially concerning with a...

 

Farm Service Agency Reminds Producers of CRP Deadlines

The Richland County FSA Office reminds producers of the upcoming Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) deadlines. · Sept. 15: All Hay Bales Must be Removed from Emergency CRP · Sept. 13: 2017 CRP Managed Summer/Fall Grazing Period Ends · Sept. 13:...

 

Correction

Two names were incorrect in the story titled “Gianforte in Sidney to Listen to Local Producers” that appeared on page 1 in the Aug. 30, 2017 issue. In the second paragraph “Bill Johnson” should be “Kjeld Jonsson” and “David Riddle”...

 

Rock Your World With Rocktape at Body Bliss Massage

Cammi Seader, massage therapist and owner of Body Bliss Massage in Fairview recently attended a Rocktape course in Las Vegas. Seader has taken many courses during her 12 years as a massage therapist,...

 

Brushpoppers Raise Wildfire Funds

The Badlands Brushpoppers served concessions at the Kelby Indergard Memorial Roping on July 29. We have done this for the past three years and have donated the money to various causes. This year we...

 

Alexander Volleyball

Alexander Comets vs White Shield, Aug. 31 Alexander 3, White Shield 0 (25-12, 25-20, 25-13) Please send other team scores to info@roundupweb.com for publication....

 
 By Tie Lemerond    News    September 6, 2017

Charting the Course: Making Access to Amazing Rural Healthcare a Reality

In August, 2016, JE Dunn Construction began construction on the McKenzie County Healthcare Systems (MCSH) replacement medical facility. Boasting over 125,100 square feet, the new facility will offer...

 

Rotation Can Make You Richer

It's been said that two's company, but three's a crowd. While this old aphorism may be true in some circumstances, it fails to hold as much water in regards to irrigated crop rotation in sugarbeet...

 

Do Not Disturb

More money for less work simply doesn't sound American. But when it comes to conservation practices, offering an incentive to give the plowshare a break can be a profitable investment for everyone...

 

Anthrax May be a Danger to N.D. Livestock

Anthrax could be a risk to livestock in North Dakota this year, North Dakota State University Extension Service veterinarian Gerald Stokka warns. Very dry conditions, which North Dakota experienced...

 

N.D. 4-H Adding Participation Fee to Offset Funding Cuts

To maintain the North Dakota 4-H program in the face of budget cuts, 4-H will implement a $20-per-year state-level program fee for participation. The fee helps fill the gap left by declining state funding, according to Brad Cogdill, chair of the Nort...

 

IPM Crop Scout Program at Williston Research Extension Center

For the past 19 years, North Dakota State University has sustained an active Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Crop Scout Program. This has been made possible through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and...

 

Farm Service Agency Reminds Producers of CRP Deadlines

The Richland County FSA Office reminds producers of the upcoming Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) deadlines. · Sept. 15: All Hay Bales Must be Removed from Emergency CRP · Sept. 13: 2017 CRP Managed Summer/Fall Grazing Period Ends · Sept. 13:...

 

Richland County Fair 4-H Grand Champions

This year at the Richland County Fair, 4-H members brought many market animals to show and sell. On Friday, August 4th, the 4-Hers with market animals participated in both the Showmanship and Market Animal class. Taking home grand champion ribbon in...

 

BeefTalk: Diversity Helps Mitigate Drought Effects

Are you interested in increasing soil water absorption by 685 percent? Remember the commercials that showed paper towels absorbing copious amounts of water, more than a competitor's paper towel? Is...

 

Above Average Tonnage Predicted For 2017 Sugarbeet Crop

Sidney Sugars is predicting above average tonnage at 32 and average sugar at 17 to 18 for the 2017 sugarbeet crop, based on root samples taken last week. Not all samples were processed at press time so the results are preliminary but encouraging....

 

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