Week of May 22, 2024

  • Bowfishing Tournament Scheduled For June 1

    Bowfishing enthusiasts can test their skills and win big dollars in the Big 30 Octane Outdoors Bowfishing Tournament Saturday, June 1. Fish Trenton Lake, Lake Sakakawea, the Little Muddy River, the Yellowstone River, or the Missouri River and its tributaries. The event starts with registration from 7-7:50 a.m. followed by a rules meeting at 7:50 and blast off at 8 a.m. CDT. Weigh-ins are at 5 p.m., all at Octane Outdoors, 1008 E. Broadway, Williston. There is a 100 pound deduction for every minute past the 5 p.m. weigh-in time. Cost to enter...

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  • Savage Takes Second Place At Divisional Meet

    The Savage Warriors accounted for 84.5 points to take second place in the girls' division during the Eastern C divisional track meet held in Wolf Point on Thursday. Scobey's girls' topped the field with 118 points. Saco placed third with 83 points. In the boys' division, Lustre Christian earned top honors with 97 points followed by Plentywood with 81 and Scobey with 80. Savage took ninth place with 28 points. Brooke Reuter was a triple winner for Savage's girls. The senior finished first in the...

  • Eagles Qualify For State During Divisional Track Meet

    Sidney's girls scored 25 points for seventh place and the Eagle boys tallied 28 points for ninth place at the Eastern A divisional track meet during the weekend. Laurel's boys and Havre's girls won divisional team championships. Sidney's Morgan Kindopp, a sophomore, cleared 11-0 to win the girls' pole vault event. Placing third for Sidney's girls were Audree Deming at 113-11 in the discus and Maliya Nguewoun with a best of 34-1 in the triple jump. Myah Hughes finished sixth in the 100 at 13.64...

  • Fusion Advance During Divisional Track Meet

    The Fusion struck for 36 points in the girls' division and eight points in the boys' division during the Eastern C divisional track meet in Wolf Point on Thursday. Jolee Klempel won the divisional title in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.59 seconds. The freshman placed third in the 300-meter hurdles at 47.53 seconds, fourth in the shot put at 32-3 and fifth in the high jump by clearing 4-10. Brynne Hill placed third in the triple jump with a mark of 34-1. The 400-meter relay team...

  • Hansen Selected All-State

    Sidney’s Ryder Hansen has earned All-State honors for his standout baseball season for the Eagles. The senior was one of seven Eastern Conference players selected to the All-State squad. The other selections were Belgrade’s Sawyer Olson, Belgrade’s Ryas Olson, East Helena’s Killian Snarr, Lone Peak’s Ebe Grabow, Livingston’s Ben Cipriani and Belgrade’s Keenan Kraft. Sidney’s Kayson Radke was a second team All-Conference...

  • Fairview Places Fourth At Divisional

    The Fairview Warriors took fourth place in both the boys’ and girls’ divisions during the Northern B divisional track meet held in Glasgow on Friday and Saturday. Fairview’s girls accounted for 50.5 points. The top three teams were Glasgow with 115 points, Fairfield with 76 and Conrad with 64. Fairview’s boys finished with 42 points. Topping the boys’ field were Glasgow with 134, Fairfield with 82 and Wolf Point with 56 points. Both of Fairview’s boys’ relay teams ran to first-place honors. The 400-meter relay team featuring...

  • Golfers Place At State Tournaments

    Savage’s girls’ golf team placed sixth at the Class C state meet with a team score of 661. Taylor Conradsen shot a two-day score of 198 for 11th place and All-State honors. Savage’s Aspen Peterson placed 23rd with a 223. Emma McPherson shot a 240 for 32nd place. Fort Benton’s Casha Corder won the state championship with a 156. Plentywood’s Paityn Curtiss took second with a 165. Froid/Lake’s Addison Elvaas tied for 30th place by shooting a 238. Broadus’ girls won the team championship. Scobey’s boys earned the team...

  • Softball Ends Season

    Sidney’s softball season came to an end at the divisional tournament held in Lewistown. The Eagles kept their season alive by defeating Miles City, 22-15, in a play-in game on Tuesday. Sidney fell to Billings Central, 15-0, in the first round of the divisional tournament. The Eagles then lost to Lewistown by a 21-9...

  • Rau School Honors Student Of Quarter

    Rau School announces Joslynn Powell, daughter of Josh Powell and Jennifer Anderson, as its student of the quarter for the third quarter. Joslynn is a quiet and caring student. Joslynn makes sure that she is always prepared with everything she needs. She is always willing to help anyone that may need it. She always does her work to the best of her abilities every day. Joslynn is a friend to everyone and makes sure that nobody is ever left out. Her ability to sit back and observe what is going...

  • Girard Hall Plans Homemade Pie For Election

    The Girard Hall located on Highway 201 is one of the few remaining halls in active use in the county. In an effort to continue its upkeep and use for the community, the Girard Hall Association and Girard Homemakers will serve homemade pie and coffee on primary election day, June 4, from noon to 8 p.m. Cost is a free will donation. The benefits include visiting with your friends and neighbors whether you came to vote or not. All are welcome to stop...

  • Blessing Sale Set For June 8

    For 14 years the Fairview Alliance Church has held what has been labeled as the Blessing Sale, instead of the Big Garage Sale, because the items at the sale are not priced. Get a blessing, give a blessing, be a blessing is the concept and it has yielded many blessings for many causes over the years. In keeping with their tradition, the Fairview Alliance Church will offer a huge variety of un-priced, used goods at the rummage sale, as well as freshly baked goodies for purchase. All proceeds will be split evenly between Fairview Summer Youth...

  • Blood Drive Set For June 11

    There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, June 11, from noon to 6 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Parish Center, 310 7th St. SE, Sidney. Advance appointments are recommended. To schedule an appointment to donate blood, please call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org. Donate blood, help save...

  • Jenee Metrick, 47 Williston, ND

    Jenee Metrick, 47, Williston, N.D., passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 8, 2024, at her home in Williston, N.D. ​Jenee Joyce Metrick was born on Jan. 12, 1977, to parents Beth Huff and Melvin Metrick in Santa Clara, CA. Starting her education in Sidney, the family then moved to Mesquite, TX., returning to Sidney and graduating from Sidney High School with the class of 1996. She graduated from Williston State College with an associate degree in applied science. ​She was employed by...

  • David R. McMillen, 89 Sidney, MT

    Funeral services for David R. McMillen, 89, were Friday, May 10, 2024, at 1 p.m. at Pella Lutheran Church, Sidney, with Pastor Barb Haugerud officiating. Military honors were presented by representatives of the U.S. Army Funeral Guard and VFW Post 4099 Sidney. A luncheon followed the service for a time of fellowship and sharing. David was laid to rest in the Sidney Cemetery, Sidney. Visitation was Thursday, May 9, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fulkerson Stevenson Memorial Chapel, Sidney....

  • Arnold Volz, 89 Culbertson, MT

    Services for Arnold Volz, 89, are pending. Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home, Sidney, is assisting the family. Remembrances, condolences, and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com. Arnold Volz, 89, Culbertson, MT, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 10, 2024, at the Roosevelt Medical Center in Culbertson,...

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