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Articles from the December 28, 2016 edition

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Lions Club Provides Voluntary Services Through Community Involvement & International Cooperation

For the Sidney Lions Club, 2016 was another busy year serving their community. Lions International was formed in 1917 with their mission being: To create and foster a spirit of understanding among...

 

The Billings Symphony Kicked-off the 2016 Sunrise Festival of the Arts

For the first time, the Billings Symphony Orchestra performed in Sidney at the Anderson Pavilion in Veteran's Memorial Park. On Friday, July 8 it's estimated that between 500 and 700 people were in...

 

Sidney Livestock Market Continues Improvements

Sidney Livestock Market just keeps improving the sales experience for its customers. This year, the interior got a needed facelift with some updates to the office which included new flooring. The...

 

A Community Comes Together to Accomplish an Amazing Feat in Record Time

On Sunday, Aug. 21, phones started ringing. David Haverkamp placed a call to Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project (LYIP) stating that they had noticed water bubbling out of the ground partway down...

 

The Foundation for Community Care is Committed to the Quality & Continuance of Local Healthcare

The Foundation for Community Care was established as a non-profit healthcare fundraising organization in 1983, and has been committed to ensuring the continuance and quality of local healthcare servic...

 

Landmark Pizza House Re-opens Under New Ownership

The Sidney community was excited when it was announced that Pizza House would be reopened under new ownership. It was made official in July, and work began for owners and Sidney native Jennifer Moore...

 

Stockman Bank Confirms Dedication to the MonDak

Stockman Bank has reconfirmed its strong commitment to the MonDak area with the completion of a stately, three story brick and glass building on Holly Street in Sidney. Bank president Garth Kallevig...

 

Sidney Eye Care Renovated & Expanded in 2016

Sidney Eye Care had their Grand Re-Opening on Thursday, Sept.22nd. The event included a Trunk Show by three frame representatives, and served as a great opportunity for patients and community members...

 

The Wings of Freedom Airshow Was a Highlight of 2016

September 23rd the skies came alive as pilots flew into town for the 2016 Wings of Freedom Airshow. The Canadian Snowbirds, who are part of the Royal Canadian Forces, headlined this amazing show...

 

FooYee Brings Chinese Cuisine Back to Sidney

After New China left town two years ago, Sidney residents no longer had a place to enjoy authentic Chinese food – until FooYee Chinese Restaurant opened in January. FooYee offers an extensive menu...

 

ONEOK's New Facility Opened in April 2016

ONEOK, a leader in gathering, processing, storing, and transporting natural gas in the United States, was founded in 1906 under the name Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. The company changed its name to O...

 

Kolstad Eye Clinics Opens a Sidney Office in the West Side Professional Center

Dr. Jon Kolstad officially opened Kolstad Eye Clinics’ Sidney office on Monday, Oct. 17 in what used to be Dr. Roger Anderson’s eye clinic. The clinic is equipped with digital refraction screens,...

 

Fink Dental Center Welcomes Erin Biebl Fink, DDS

Erin Biebl Fink, DDS, started at Fink Dental Center on Aug. 6th, after moving back to Sidney with her husband and son. Fink, who graduated from Sidney High School in 2002, went on to receive her...

 

Sidney Health Center Continues to Find Success Recruiting Medical Providers

Recruitment efforts by Sidney Health Center paid off in 2016. Within the past twelve months, Sidney Health Center secured contracts with two female OB/GYNs, an aesthetic medicine physician and two...

 

Big Sky Smile Center Opens

Big Sky Smile Center welcomed its first dental patients on February 9, 2016. With three dentists; Dr. Barrie Matthews, Dr. Caitlin Jacquot and Dr. Alyssa Mann, plus a highly qualified one-of-a-kind...

 

New Fair Building Ready to House Exhibits, Host Events

Richland County Fairgrounds' new 4-H and school exhibit building is one of Sidney's newest commodities. The multipurpose building was completed right before for this year's fair and is currently...

 

Lundemo Firearms & Sports Moves Into Larger Space

Lundemo Firearms & Sports moved into its new spacious quarters in the M3 building in September. Although they didn’t add merchandise, it is now all on display and easy to find. With over 250 guns, loading equipment and supplies and ammo for...

 

The Opening of Simply Scrumptious Bakery was a Sweet Addition to Sidney's Businesses

In February of 2016 Michaela Lofthus made her dream a reality when she opened Simply Scrumptious Bakery. Simply Scrumptious Bakery has a full expresso bar with drive-through. And of course, Simply Scr...

 

Sidney Dental Provides "Just About Everything"

Dr. Jesse Cole compares his reason for opening Sidney Dental to a root beer float. The way it is difficult to get the perfect balance of ice cream and root beer, it was hard for him to maintain...

 

Bob's Hen House Held Their Grand-Opening Sept. 17th

Formerly Kentucky Fried Chicken, Bob's Hen House has a new recipe, a new look, and a new owner. Bob Blair opened the business on Aug. 18th after about six weeks of cleaning, painting, and putting up...

 

Saddle Up Moves

Sidney Western wear store moved into the old Trading Post location at 111 East Main to better serve their customers. They are open Monday through Saturday 10 am to 7 pm....

 

Warrior Food Fight Benefits Food Bank

The Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers 4-H Club teamed up with the Savage School Student Council to hold a food drive for the Richland County Food Bank. The Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers had...

 

Fairview Elementary Christmas Program

Fairview Elementary School presented a delightful Christmas program Monday, December 19. From kindergarten through 5th grade, the children all wished everyone a Hawaiian Merry Christmas, singing...

 

Thrivent Financial Donates to Food Bank

Members of the Richland County Food Bank receive a check for $2,724 donated by Thrivent Financial on Tuesday. Pictured from left to right are Thrivent Financial Associate Harvey Senn, Food Bank...

 

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