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Peterson Receives Outstanding Local JSEC Coordinator Award

Cheryl Peterson was presented the Outstanding Local JSEC Coordinator award last week for her exemplary job at helping the JSEC committee achieve the goals they have deemed beneficial to the business...

 

Winner's Pub Hawaii Trip Winner

Winner's Pub General Manager Ray Johnson, left, presents Coy and Sherry McMorris with a trip to Hawaii and $500 travel cash that was given away during the Winner's Pub 20th Anniversary celebration...

 

"Turning 65: Medicare Basics" Program Offered

Are you nearing the age of 65? If so, you have a lot of decisions to make as you may need to sign up for Medicare. “Turning 65: Medicare Basics” program will be offered from 6 pm to 7 pm on...

 

Dr. Twigg becomes Board Certified in Aesthetic Medicine

Dr. Shari Twigg recently became Board Certified through the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine. She joins over 300 physicians worldwide who have passed the Board Certification written exam and...

 

Enjoy Sidney's Small Town Christmas

If Christmas to you means a warm sense of community, photos with Santa, and a parade of lights, Sidney is the place for you! The city will be the host of many traditional and annual events, meals and...

 

Watford City Christmas Events Kick Off with "Christmas in America" Parade

Watford City offers an array of exciting Christmas events this season. Christmas begins early the day after Thanksgiving with the Parade of Lights, continues through December with events for kids,...

 

Local Groups Ready for Parade of Trees

The Parade of Trees fundraiser has been a staple event of the Christmas Stroll in Sidney for years. The event is a partnership between the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County and the MonDak...

 

$1,000 Ag Excellence Scholarship Deadline December 1

The Hard Spring Wheat Show is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating high school seniors from Richland, Williams, McKenzie, Divide, Mountrail, Burke, Sheridan, and Roosevelt Counties. The scholarship is designed to financially support students w...

 

How You Can Help Your Neighbor Stay Warm this Winter

Are you or someone you know worried about how you’re going to pay those home energy bills this winter? Energy Share of Montana is accepting applications for emergency heating assistance at Action for Eastern Montana in Glendive at 406-377-3564....

 

Correction

In the story entitled “Fairview Elects New Mayor” that appeared on page one of the Nov. 15, 2017 issue there are the following corrections: In paragraph one, sentence one “nearly 30 years” should be changed to “32 years.” The name...

 

Tavern Association Donates Turkeys to Salvation Army

The Richland County Tavern Association once again donated turkeys to the Salvation Army for their Thanksgiving baskets. A total of 15 complete baskets will be delivered before the holiday. Pictured...

 

Gifts From The Heart

The Richland County Christmas Coalition is pleased to announce that the annual “Gifts from the Heart” gift distribution for those in need is scheduled for December 9, 2017. The event will once again be held at the Masonic Temple (on Main, across...

 

Gianforte Urges Action on Lower Yellowstone Intake Project

Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte today urged the Army Corps of Engineers to move forward with work on the Lower Yellowstone Intake Project. "For 110 years, the Lower Yellowstone Intake Project has...

 

Ford Motor Company Supports Local Boys & Girls Clubs With Funds to Feed Hungry Children

Ford Motor Company Fund and local Ford Dealers are donating more than $100,000 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Washington, Oregon, northern Idaho, Montana and Alaska to help feed children during the holidays. This donation is in response to the...

 

West Side Book Fair

West Side Elementary held their annual book fair Nov. 15-17. Proceeds from the fair go towards prizes for I Love to Read Month and other library items....

 

AmeriCorps Swearing In

Commissioner Loren Young swears in Communities in Action Corps AmeriCorps Members Katya Egly and Ted Tsiongas at the Richland County Board of Health meeting on Tuesday, November 14th. Egly is from...

 

Sidney Health Center Recruits Full-Time Medical Oncologist

Sidney Health Center is pleased to announce the successful recruit of Chad Pedersen, M.D. Dr. Pedersen joins the medical staff as a Medical Oncologist. Dr. Pedersen, who was born and raised in...

 

Join Area Non-Profits in the 2017 #GivingTuesday Movement

The Foundation for Community Care, as well as many other Richland County non-profit organizations, has again joined the annual #GivingTuesday campaign. #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals,...

 

The MonDak Heritage Center Announces Profiles of African American Montanans by Ellen Baumler

The MonDak Heritage Center announces Profiles of African American Montanans by Ellen Baumler on Thursday, November 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave SE, Sidney. With a knack...

 

Williston API Announces Achievement Award Finalists

Williston Basin Chapter of the American Petroleum Institute (Williston API) announces finalists for the sixth annual Williston API Achievement Awards. Williston API Achievement Awards The Williston API Achievement Awards celebrate the many positive...

 

ND Hwy 1804 Construction To Break After Thanksgiving

Construction on ND Hwy 1804 east of Williston will be winding down during the winter months. During the project, crews have been working to widen the roadway and add turn lanes and shoulders. Motorists will encounter shifts from the east bound lanes...

 

Fairview FFA Attends John Deere Ag Expo

Members of Fairview's FFA Chapter attended the Montana John Deere Ag Expo, which was held November 9th through the 11th at the Montana State University in Bozeman. The John Deere Ag Expo is sponsored...

 

Richey Public Schools Honor Roll

“A” Honor Roll Grade 5: Erin Kelly; Kally Strohm. Grade 6: Ryan Eggert; Kiera Strohm; Taylor Goosen; Adrianna Kent-Griffiths Grade 7: Joshua Sponheim; Mataya Veverka. Grade 8: Shawna Eggert; Ella Robbins; Jacob Smith. Grade 9: Isabelle...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    November 15, 2017

Fairview Elects New Mayor

Brian Bieber has replaced longtime Fairview mayor, Bryan Cummins. Winning with 143 votes against his opponent – who had only 60 votes - Bieber will be the first new mayor in Fairview in 32 years....

 

Rugby Homes & RV Center Expands in Williston

Rugby Homes & RV Center has expanded into the former Coates RV location at 321 Gate Avenue in Williston. Owners Gary and Kevin Kirchofner are excited about the opportunity to offer full sales,...

 

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