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Space-saving Gardening

Whether it is a move or a just a simple change, sometimes we are forced to make adjustments to the way we do things. This applies to gardening. Sometimes you may move, losing your beautiful garden or...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    April 10, 2013

Snowbirds to Fly May 22

The Sidney-Richland Airport will be hosting an open house which will offer a free air show on May 22. Starting off the 2013 season, the Canadian Snowbirds, an aircraft demonstration team, will be perf...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    April 10, 2013

Billings Trainer at Healthworks on April 13

George Hernandez, who has been a trainer for 30 years, will be holding a training session at Healthworks this Saturday, April 13. After lifting and getting into body building, people started asking...

 

NDSU's Rural Leadership Program Looking for Participants for Sixth Class

The North Dakota State University’s Extension Service is looking for participants for it’s sixth class of the Rural Leadership program. The program is an 18 month leadership development program...

 
 By Ashley Harris    Sports    April 3, 2013

Sidney Gymnast Selected to Represent Montana at Regionals

At 14 years old, Amanda Deegan has been selected to represent Montana on the state team at Regionals. Regionals, which will be held in Kent, WA April 10 through the 15, will include gymnasts from...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    April 3, 2013

Team Angel Clay

Everyone knows the saying, ‘I saw my life flash before my eyes,’ but I say it slightly differently. On February 8th, 2013, ‘I saw my dream flash right before my eyes.’ Since I was little, my d...

 

'U.S. Agriculture in a Changing Climate'

Every five years, various sectors of the US government update a technical report on the foreseen climate changes and the challenges it may present. The USDA was asked to evaluate the impact in regards...

 

Candee's 'Salt of the Earth'

Does a higher salt concentration in water affect a plant’s growth? That is what Sidney Middle School student, Justin Candee, took a look into for his science fair project this year. The amount of...

 

Richland County Weed District Covers A Lot of Ground

A weed is defined as any plant that interferes with management objectives for a given area of land at a given point in time. Invasive weeds are one of the greatest threats to Montana’s environment....

 

Cold Advisory for Newborn Livestock

According to research and feedback from the ranching community, there is an increased risk of problems or death to exposed newborns during situations of wind chill, rain or wet snow, high humidity...

 

Brief Update on Sidney Sugars

As the weather slowly gets nicer, the focus at Sidney Sugars is now on the next season. Although they are currently still in the middle of getting contracted acres all lined up, agricultural manager...

 

4-H Jr. Leaders Dinner and Dance

The Richland County 4-H Junior Leaders will be holding their annual dinner and dance on April 12. The dinner will begin at 6:30 with a choice of steak or shrimp catered by Leroy Strasheim. Following...

 

Skywarn Classes Coming Up

The National Weather Service will be holding Skywarn Spotter classes in April and May. The course teaches volunteers to spot severe weather conditions such as flash floods, hail, lightning,...

 

4 Kids Farm Show Pigs Annual Sale Coming Up

When Julie Lander’s kids got a market pig for 4-H in 2008, it started a whole new life for the family. The kids quickly got attached to their pig and begged their mom to keep it. Lander, being an an...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    March 27, 2013

March of Dimes Celebrates 75th Year

As the March of Dimes celebrates its 75th anniversary, we take a look at the past of the foundation. The foundation was put together by President Franklin Roosevelt after his struggle with polio....

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    March 27, 2013

Medicaid Expansion Good Idea for Montanans

In the state of Montana there are currently over 43,000 uninsured working men and women who could benefit from Medicaid, if the program were to expand. Approximately 528 of those people reside within...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    March 27, 2013

'Slamabama' to Entertain at Jaycees Concert

With a blend of country and rock, the band ‘Slamabama’ will be performing live at the Sidney Jaycees Spring Concert. The concert will be at the Ranger Hockey Arena, Friday, April 19 with the...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    March 20, 2013

'Slamabama' to Entertain at Jaycees Concert

With a blend of country and rock, the band ‘Slamabama’ will be performing live at the Sidney Jaycees Spring Concert. The concert, which will be at the Ranger Hockey Arena, Friday, April 19 with...

 

Hayes Builds Custom Home in Alexander

Most people when they move go house shopping and decide on a new house, but for Dean and Shelley Hayes it was a little different. Instead of picking out a house, they pictured their ideal home and...

 

Get Clever With Spring Cleaning

With Spring comes the inevitable spring cleaning, whether its deep cleaning, throwing stuff out or organizing. If you were to compare an organized home to one where things are strewn about, the...

 

Pelvit's Business is Décor

When a friend asked Charley Pelvit to make something back in 2011, it turned into a business. Pelvit, of Sidney, enjoys being creative and puts it to use by making home decorations. The interesting...

 
 By Ashley Harris    News    March 13, 2013

Eastern MT Impact Coalition Hosting Input Session

The Eastern MT Impact Coalition is hosting a regional input session for all 16 NE MT Counties at Miles City Community College, this Thursday and Friday, March 14-15. The event provides the...

 

"Generations Nourishing Generations"

Founded in 1973, National Ag Day will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year. The country will celebrate Ag Week March 17-23, with Ag Day being held March 19th. There are many different groups...

 

Steinbeisser Made an Impact on the Community

As Ag Week is celebrated, we take a look at how agriculture got to where it is. It takes a lot of devoted and passionate individuals to keep everything going. The late Keith Steinbeisser, of Sidney,...

 

Pipeline Reclamation Workshop Held

As the oil industry increases so does the installation of pipelines. Following the installation is the task of reclamation, the act of restoring something to its previous natural state. Such was the...

 

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