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Sidney Tiger Sharks Results Roundup Invitational June 16-17

The Sidney Tiger Sharks competed in Roundup this weekend. We took a total of 25 athletes and all 25 competed hard and all 25 made it to finals on Sunday in most if not all of their events. This is...

 

Young Farmers And Ranchers Ag Tour Held in Richland County

The Montana Farm Bureau hosted the Young Farmers and Ranchers Ag Tour on June 1-2 in the Richland County area. Taking a tour of local points of agricultural significance, a group from around the...

 

Packets, Parcels, and Packages

We have absentee neighbors. They live just down the road from us during the summer months, but they have obligations in Nevada so they live in that state for the winter season. Sometimes they need to order items for their Montana home while they are...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    News    June 6, 2018

North Dakota Stockmen's District Five Spring Roundup Scheduled for June 12th

North Dakota Stockmen Association (NDSA) members of district five will be hosting a NDSA Spring Roundup on Tuesday, June 12th at the Rough Rider Center in Watford City, ND. The event will start with a...

 

N.D. Net Farm Income Drops 30 Percent

The average net income of farms in the North Dakota Farm Business Management Program dropped 30 percent to $88,026 in 2017, compared with $126,752 in 2016, according to Andrew Swenson, North Dakota...

 

North Dakota Stockmen's District Five Spring Roundup Scheduled for June 12th

North Dakota Stockmen Association (NDSA) members of district five will be hosting a NDSA Spring Roundup on Tuesday, June 12th at the Rough Rider Center in Watford City, North Dakota. The event will...

 

Purebred Show Rabbits Raised in Sidney

Corey Rieker and his soon to be wife Margo Lawler, raise purebred show and meat rabbits in the Sidney, Montana area. Rieker started raising rabbits in northern Colorado at age 11. He retired from...

 

June to Highlight Extension as Part of MSU's 125th Anniversary

As part of Montana State University's yearlong celebration of its 125th anniversary in 2018, June will highlight Extension, the outreach arm of the land-grant university. With agents and specialists...

 

County Agent Update

Tent Caterpillars Galore Over the last week, there have been many unknown visitors in local trees. Tent caterpillars, both Eastern and Forest, have made a large appearance this year in Williams...

 

Montana Farm Bureau Disappointed In Farm Bill Vote; Urges Quick Reconsideration And Passage

With the 2018 farm bill being critically important to Montana’s farmers and ranchers, the Montana Farm Bureau was extremely disappointed that H.R. 2 failed by a 198 for and 213 against vote. The failure to pass this farm bill was a vote against the...

 

Ag in the Classroom

MSU Extension and Sidney FFA members held their Ag in the Classroom day at the Richland County Event Center for Richland County elementary students on April 30. Students from Brorson, Liberty...

 

2018 Mondak Field Days Approaching

Williston, Sidney, and Froid have held annual Field Day Tours for many years to showcase their involvement and research with agriculture. The primary purpose of Field Days is to inform and make the...

 

USDA Reopens Application Period for Producers Recovering from Cattle Loss, Other Disasters

Signup Begins June 4 for Livestock Indemnity Program and Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honey Bees, and Farm-raised Fish The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will begin accepting disaster assistance program applications on June 4 from...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 30, 2018

Watford City Residents to Vote on Amendment to Home Rule Charter June 12

On June 12, Watford City voters will have an opportunity to remove the current $25 cap on sales tax within the city. A citywide sales tax of one cent was first passed by Watford City in 1998, called...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 23, 2018

Three Candidates Running in Watford City Mayoral Race

Justin Voll, who became mayor in a special election after the departure of Brent Sanford to the office of Lieutenant Governor, is not seeking reelection. Three candidates are vying for the office. Phil Riely was born in Watford City and raised in...

 
 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...

 

National Rude People's Day

It seems that anymore, someone somewhere has set a day aside for anything and everything imaginable. Just in the first several days of January and February alone, we have such oddities as Bloody Mary Day, Science Fiction Day, Fruitcake Day, Tater...

 

Spring into Summer and a Healthier You:

Diabetes affects people of all ages, but it occurs more often in older adults. According to the American Diabetes Association, more than one in every four Americans over the age of 65 has diabetes. Managing diabetes can be tough, but support from...

 
 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 Jordan Hall    News    May 9, 2018

Janet Christoffersen Running for Richland County Attorney

Two local attorneys are running for Richland County Attorney, both on the Republican Party ticket. One candidate is Tom Halvorson, and the other is Janet Christoffersen, both of whom serve currently a...

 

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...

 

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