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Articles written by Cheyenne Wiley

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FooYee Brings Chinese Cuisine Back to Sidney

After New China left town two years ago, Sidney residents no longer had a place to enjoy authentic Chinese food – until FooYee Chinese Restaurant opened in January. FooYee offers an extensive menu...

 

New Fair Building Ready to House Exhibits, Host Events

Richland County Fairgrounds' new 4-H and school exhibit building is one of Sidney's newest commodities. The multipurpose building was completed right before for this year's fair and is currently...

 

Sidney Dental Provides "Just About Everything"

Dr. Jesse Cole compares his reason for opening Sidney Dental to a root beer float. The way it is difficult to get the perfect balance of ice cream and root beer, it was hard for him to maintain...

 

Local Club Accepts Gift Donations Through Stockman Bank Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree at Stockman Bank is no ordinary tree. Beneath it lay gifts for the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County, and the club's needs are printed on children's handmade ornaments. Pam...

 

Former Sidney Eagles Golf Coach Named Coach of the Year

PGA Professional and former Sidney Eagles head golf coach, Ryan Troxel, has been named Coach of the Year by members of the Montana Coaches Association. Troxel has coached the Eagles' girls and boys...

 

Watford City Mayor Becomes Lt. Governor, Leaving Door Open for New Mayor

Brent Sanford's six-year term as Watford City mayor ended Dec. 9. A celebratory send-off at Door 204 followed an open house event for him that evening. Sanford will take the reigns as North Dakota's...

 

New Prescription Drop Boxes and Alcohol Testing Devices Put to Action in Sidney

To prevent further drug and alcohol abuse in the community, Sidney's Foundation for Community Care has purchased four prescription drug drop boxes and six alcohol testing devices with leftover funds...

 

Bovine Connection Returns to Benefit Farmers and Ranchers

The blowing snow and icy roads did not hinder the Bovine Connection's turnout in Culbertson on Nov. 29. After a five-year hiatus, the Bovine Connection returned to the area thanks to ag agents of...

 

Bovine Connection Returns to Benefit Farmers and Ranchers

The blowing snow and icy roads did not hinder the Bovine Connection's turnout in Culbertson on Nov. 29. After a five-year hiatus, the Bovine Connection returned to the area thanks to ag agents of...

 

Barracuda Swim Club Offers Classes for All Ages, All Year

Barracuda Swim Club owner Faith Phelps had to nearly drown twice to get to where she is today. Though the incidents were childhood mishaps, Phelps spent years training and competing on swim teams to...

 

Support Watford City Small Businesses this Saturday

Saturday, November 26 is Shop Small, or Small Business, Saturday across the country. This holiday was recognized by Congress in 2011 and was created in an effort to empower small businesses amid...

 

Library Trustee Don Nollmeyer Retires

Former Sidney-Richland County Library Board of Trustees member Don Nollmeyer and his wife, Teresa, admire a clock gifted to Don from the library at his retirement party on Nov. 17. Don served two...

 

A Change in Career, Not a Change in Heart

Until a couple months ago, Sidney High School alumnus Jordan Sullivan was beginning her first year as a graduate law student at University of Montana, having recently returned from a professional...

 

Watford City Mayor Wins North Dakota Lieutenant Governor-Elect

Election Day elicited ups and downs for everyone, but for Watford City mayor and lieutenant governor-elect, Brent Sanford, it presented serious change. Republican candidate Doug Burgum named Sanford...

 

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