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Articles from the December 27, 2017 edition

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Spreading Christmas Cheer!

Cornerstone Bank invited the Watford City High School Chior to sing during a reception on December 19 at their Watford City location. Forty five students from two choirs stopped by to sing carols to...

 

Sidney Health Center Begins Multi-Phase Clinic Remodel

The Sidney Health Center Board of Directors recently approved to move forward with a multi-phase remodel at the clinic. The stamp-of-approval permitted up to $5.7 million in financing for facility...

 

North Dakota State of the State Jan. 23

Gov. Doug Burgum today announced he will deliver the 2018 State of the State Address on Jan. 23 at Minot State University. The governor will highlight the state’s challenges and successes from the past year and outline his vision and agenda for...

 

Sherman Dynneson, 78 Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Sherman Dynneson, 78, of Sidney, MT are at 10 a.m., Friday, December 29 at Pella Lutheran Church with Pastor Joel Westby officiating. Interment will follow in Brorson Cemetery under the direction of Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral...

 

Susan "Susie" Rehbein, 67 Sidney, MT

Mass of the Christian Burial for Susan “Susie” Rehbein, 67, of Sidney, MT is at 10 a.m., Wednesday, December 27 at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Sidney, MT with Father Thomas Selvaraj presiding. Wake services were held at 6 p.m., Tuesday,...

 

Savage School Hosts Montana Conversation "A Visit With An 1879 American Fur Company Trader" With Greg Smith

Savage School will host the Montana Conversations program “A Visit With An 1879 American Fur Company Trader” a living history performance with Greg Smith on January 9th, 2018. The program will be at Savage School at 2:00 p.m. The presentation is...

 

Choose Success in 2018; Call the Montana Tobacco Quit Line!

Every New Year’s Eve, thousands of people across Montana resolve to improve their lives, vowing to give up their bad habits in exchange for healthy lifestyles. The Montana Tobacco Quit Line wants to assist people who attempt to quit tobacco and...

 

National Hard Spring Wheat Show February 6-8

Greetings from the National Hard Spring Wheat Show!  2018 will mark the 65th Annual Hard Spring Wheat Show! The Wheat Show will be held at the Grand Williston Hotel and Conference Center from February 6-8. The Wheat Show is a great opportunity to...

 

Greytak Calendars Available

Greytak Calendars are again available at Sidney financial institutions and at the Richland County extension office. At just $10 each, these make great gifts, or purchase some for yourself. All proceeds go towards 4-H projects....

 

The MDHC Presents A Visit with an 1879 American Fur Trade Co. Trader by Greg Smith Jan. 9

Ranger and naturalist Greg Smith presents A Visit with an 1879 American Fur Co. Trader for Hometown Humanities on Tuesday, January 9 at 7:00 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave SE,...

 

McKenzie County Correctional Facility in Full Compliance

On September 26, 2017 the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation conducted an annual inspection of the McKenzie County Correctional Facility. The McKenzie County Correctional Facility operates under a governing authority...

 

Give It a Year

We humans like instant gratification and quick results. Most of us wait impatiently in line, become enraged when we need to queue up to take our turn, and chew viciously at our fingernails waiting for someone else who does not value punctuality and...

 

Sidney Wrestlers Defeat No. 1 Ranked Havre

Sidney beat Havre 48-12 at a home dual on Dec. 21. Havre was ranked 1st, Sidney 3rd before the dual. There were also a lot of individual upsets with Sidney wrestlers beating higher ranked Havre...

 

Health Officials Report Increase In Influenza Activity

Local and state public health officials are seeing an increase in influenza activity across the state, with nearly 200 new cases, 40 hospitalizations, and several outbreaks reported over the past two weeks. Reported cases are slightly higher than...

 

RMA Announces Changes to Its Crop Insurance Policy

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Risk Management Agency (RMA) today announced changes to its crop insurance policies. Major changes for 2018 focus on conservation compliance certification and choice of unit structure based on the risk...

 

Four Montanans To Serve On National Agricultural Issues Committees

Four Montana Farm Bureau members have been chosen to serve on National Issue Advisory Committees for American Farm Bureau Federation. These committees play an important role in AFBF’s policy implementation and development. Over the past years,...

 

The MDHC Announces Open Studio Saturdays

Is there an art project or medium that you’ve been dying to try, but our class times and dates didn’t work for you? Have you wanted to do your own project with wet clay, use our studio space to paint with acrylics, or create something special...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    December 27, 2017

Yellowstone Disposal Draft EA Public Meeting Held Dec. 18

More than 100 community members convened at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney for the scheduled public hearing for the proposed Yellowstone Disposal solid waste landfill. The purpose of the meeting...

 

Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Looks Forward to 2018 Changes

A lot has changed in the MonDak Region in the post oil-boom period, but perhaps none as substantial as the future expansion of the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County. In November, the Club...

 

Pederson Returns to Hometown to Provide Cancer Care

Chad Pedersen has always loved science, technology and people. Born and raised in Sidney, Dr. Pedersen is thrilled to be back home to meld his interests by practicing medicine at Sidney Health Center...

 

Fire Department Gets New Home

The Richland County Fire Department celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013 with the promise of a brand new fire hall in the works. The present was a long time coming and one of needs, not wants; the...

 

ONEOK Provides Outstanding Support to the Community in 2017

Founded in 1906, ONEOK began as a pipeline business in Oklahoma, but today is one of the country's largest energy companies in the gas and natural gas liquids business. Headquartered in Tulsa, the...

 

Simply Scrumptious Moves to New Location

In August of 2017 Simply Scrumptious bakery owner Michaela Lofthus moved her business to the of corner of Main and 2nd Street in downtown Sidney. The building was the long time KFC location and...

 

J'z Fashions Doubles In Size

J'z Fashions and Coffee House completed its expansion into the former Saddle Up building next door just in time for the holiday season, and the store has been bustling with customers eager to see the...

 

Something Old Always New

The structure housing Yellowstone Marketplace (formerly Yellowstone Mercantile) has over a 100-year history in Sidney. "The Merc", as it was called by locals, had many changes in its long history. Clo...

 

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