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 News    May 23, 2018 

EMBC Announces 2018 Summer Schedules

Parents, take note of a fabulous opportunity right in our backyards! Located on Road 523 north of Bloomfield and west of Lambert, Montana, Eastern Montana Bible Camp is offering four weeks of youth camps, a day camp, motorcycle ride, and much more...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 16, 2018

Two Candidates Challenge McKenzie County Sheriff Incumbent

Two candidates are challenging McKenzie County Sheriff incumbent, Gary Schwartzenberger. Schwartzenberger has had a controversial term as McKenzie County Sheriff, with a misdemeanor charge of the misapplication of entrusted property recently...

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    News    May 16, 2018

Spring Festival Family Fun May 19

Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Watford City's Annual Spring Festival will be rolling into town again. It will be held at the Rough Rider Event Center, which is at 2209 Wolves Den Parkway...

 
 By Rebecca Colnar    News    May 9, 2018

Learn About Eastern Montana Agriculture During YF&R Ag Tour In Sidney

Ever wander around a sugar beet factory? Want to learn about the controversy surrounding the Lower Yellowstone Intake Diversion Dam? Plan to take part in the Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Regional Ag Tour June 1-2 in Sidney. The...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 9, 2018

Car Shows In The MonDak

A number of upcoming events are planned in the MonDak region for car enthusiasts. From classic cars to hot rods, there will be more than a few occasions to stop by area towns to peruse impressive...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 9, 2018

Richland Co. to Vote for Justice Of The Peace June 5

Three candidates are running for Richland County Justice of the Peace. Sidney resident, Judge Luke Savage, Sidney resident, Ross Hall, and Fairview resident, Judge Ray Trumpower are all vying for this position. Savage explained to the Roundup the...

 
 By Tom Halvorson    News    May 2, 2018

Reasons For Both Optimism And Pessimism In Irrigation Hearing

The federal district court in Great Falls heard arguments on motions for summary judgment in the lawsuit by Defenders of Wildlife against our irrigation project. Summary judgment means judgment...

 
 News    May 2, 2018

Little House on the Prairie

Sandy Richter, from the Pioneer Museum of McKenzie County, reads a short story taken from The Little House on the Prairie book to the second graders from the Watford City Elementary School on...

 

Sidney USDA Agricultural Lab Researches Invasive Tree Species Prevention

Many invasive trees can be found around the Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota area. Although there are few invasive tree species, they can still cause significant problems. So in order to help...

 

McNally Enjoys Showing And Raising Champion Pigs

Raising your own herd of pigs and showing them around the United States is not something that every 13-year-old gets to the opportunity to do, but Cooper McNally definitely has. McNally has been a mem...

 

LYIP Summary Judgement Hearing

The Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project Summary Judgment hearing was held April 26 in Great Falls. Over 250 people watched the proceedings. After the hearing supporters of LYIP posed for the photo...

 

Water Development Worth the Investment

Last year's drought dried up many ponds and dugouts or compromised the quality of the water in them, forcing North Dakota livestock producers to haul water or install an alternative water source. Prod...

 

County Agent Update

Farm Stress Recently in North Dakota newspapers Inforum and the Bismarck Tribune, there have been some articles about farmer suicide rates. Farming and ranching is a high stress job, as there are...

 

Taking Care Of Montana's Cash Cow

Budget problems, budget cuts and lower than expected revenue. Such has been the news from Helena this past year. The budget cuts even hit Sidney. The Office of Public Assistance closed, ending three j...

 

Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 27

Prescription drug abuse has become an increasingly common and serious problem across the country. Unwanted, unneeded, and/or expired prescription medications located in people's homes are often the...

 

Local And Cottage Food Safety Workshop Scheduled

On Saturday, May 12 plan to attend a free food safety workshop held at Diamond Room at Roughrider Center, 2209 Wolves Den Parkway, Watford City, ND. To attend this workshop you must pre-register to ensure there are enough materials for all...

 

Spring is Here and that means Ticks

Now that the weather forecast looks to be nice the next week or so, I am hopeful that spring is here to stay! Those that spend any time outdoors will have to start looking at themselves, and their...

 

Paddlefish Seasons Beginning Soon

The annual Montana and North Dakota paddlefish season begins soon, with the Missouri River harvest starting on May 1 and ending on June 15, and the Yellowstone River harvest starting on May 15 and...

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    News    April 18, 2018

Watford City Woman to be Featured on Lifetime Network Program

Jessie Veeder Scofield had no idea what to expect when she received an unexpected phone call early in the spring of 2017. It was the feminine based TV network, Lifetime. They were looking for a woman...

 

Brewfest Saturday

The 7th annual Bakken Brewfest takes place Saturday, April 21 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Richland County Event Center. Featuring over 40 microbrews from over 20 breweries from Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming, there will be plenty of choices for even...

 

The Long X Arts Foundation, Good Shepherd Home, To Host Art For Life Programming For Area Elders

The Long X Arts Foundation and Good Shepherd home have received a grant from the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) to develop arts programming for area elders. The NDCA’s nationally-recognized Art for Life Program brings together local arts...

 
 By Rick Norby    Opinion    April 18, 2018

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: I am writing to give my personal endorsement to Joel Krautter for Representative of House District 35, ahead of the June 5th Election Day. Since I’ve known Joel, I’ve been able to see Joel’s passion to make a positive difference...

 

The Long X Arts Foundation, Good Shepherd Home, To Host Art For Life Programming For Area Elders

The Long X Arts Foundation and Good Shepherd home have received a grant from the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) to develop arts programming for area elders. The NDCA's nationally-recognized...

 

Tickets on Sale Now For Bakken Brewfest

The 7th annual Bakken Brewfest takes place Saturday, April 21 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Richland County Event Center. Featuring over 40 microbrews from over 20 breweries from Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming, there will be plenty of choices for even...

 

Area Volunteer Companions Seeking Clients

Seniors (60 years of age and older) who are homebound, lonely, isolated or disabled but able to live independently in their own homes with the support of one-on-one companionship can now receive help...

 

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