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 By Dianne Swanson    News    April 24, 2019 

ROI To Host Prom June 22

Prom. It’s the most special event of the year for most high school students, and one that makes memories that last a lifetime. But, not everyone gets to go. Even though most residents of ROI attended high school, they never got to experience a...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    April 17, 2019

ROI To Host Prom June 22

Prom. It’s the most special event of the year for most high school students, and one that makes memories that last a lifetime. But, not everyone gets to go. Even though most residents of ROI attended high school, they never got to experience a...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    April 17, 2019

Eagle Country Ford Donates Van to ROI

Gary Schoepp and Eagle Country Ford recently donated a used Dodge Caravan to Richland Opportunities in Sidney to provide easier transportation for residents. The van is being used for shopping trips,...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    April 17, 2019

Sidney Mercantile Keeps Growing

Sidney Mercantile has rapidly grown from just 27 vendors in September 2018 to 110 from five different states, with half of those from Sidney, and more vendors are always welcome. Owner Chris Entzel...

 

Richland County Sheriff's Office Proudly Serves the Community

The Richland County Sheriff's Office serves an area of 2103 square miles, including the unincorporated towns of Crane, Savage and Lambert. They also work closely with the Police Departments in...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    April 3, 2019

Bittersweet Hide Out & Coffee Shack To Open Friday, April 5

Hide out in amazing surroundings and savor the perfect cup of your favorite beverage at Bittersweet Hide Out & Coffee Shack located in the Shoppes at Peifer's General Store, 141 7th St. S.W.,...

 

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Assessing Flood Damage

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation conducted an aerial survey earlier this week to assess damage to laterals and pumps caused by the devastating floods. According to project manager James Brower, most of...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 27, 2019

Ames Construction Receives Notice To Proceed With Fish Bypass Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a Notice to Proceed to Ames Construction last week to allow work on the concrete weir and fish bypass at Intake. The long delay has been due to the bid complaint filed by American Southwest Electrical, which...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 27, 2019

Boys & Girls Club to Move Into New Home April 1

It's no joke. Pending final inspections, the Boys & Girls Club of the MonDak - Richland Unit plans to be in their new home on April 1. It has been a very long wait but the new ADA compliant space...

 

LYIP Land Owner Consent Forms In The Mail, Immediate Response is Critical

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project has mailed land owner consent forms to owners of irrigated fields on the west side of the main canal within the Savage and LYIP Irrigation districts in order to get irrigation water rights officially recognized...

 

LYIP Land Owner Consent Forms In The Mail, Immediate Response is Critical

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project has mailed land owner consent forms to owners of irrigated fields on the west side of the main canal within the Savage and LYIP Irrigation districts in order to get irrigation water rights officially recognized...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 13, 2019

Richland County Purchases National Guard Armory

Richland County completed the purchase of the Montana National Guard Armory Monday morning, with a price tag of $600,000. The National Guard vacated the armory building in the beginning of 2016 when...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 6, 2019

Safari Trampoline Park Open In Williston

After a few years of taking his now 7 year old son to trampoline parks in Minot and Bismarck, Jay Surani broached the subject of a local park to Williston Economic Development. With their...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 6, 2019

Hermans Car Wash to Open in Sidney Mid-Summer

Don and Roger Byer and Reynolds Corporation announced Thursday the addition of Hermans Car Wash to the Shops at Fox Run. Hermans Car Wash is named after Byers' father who passed away 25 years ago....

 

CAEP Cultural Exchange Program Explained

In our Salute to the Beet Growers edition, which was published on February 13, Scott and Anita Buxbaum discussed the program through which they host agriculture exchange visitors. Maja Behrens, CAEP manager, explained the program further. The...

 

Seed Selection Critical to Top Production

“Growers can control a lot of epigenetic factors but seed quality is the basis of efficient crop production.” -Kathryn Cayko Developing new varieties of sugarbeet seed is a lengthy process involving seed companies, nurseries, Sidney Sugars...

 

ACH Seeds / Crystal Beet Seed Enjoys Success in the Sidney Sugars Growing Area

ACH Seeds has enjoyed success in the sugarbeet industry due to constant research, developing varieties with excellent tonnage and sugar content as well as Yield Strength Rhizomania Tolerance,...

 

Betaseed Provides Top Quality Sugarbeet Seed

For almost 50 years, Betaseed has been providing top quality sugarbeet seed to area growers. With four research facilities in the U.S. including one in Idaho and three in the Minnesota and North...

 

Buxbaum Family Continues Farming Tradition

Scott and Anita Reidle Buxbaum both grew up on farms north of Fairview and have continued the farming tradition their whole lives, welcoming children and grand children along the way. Their son...

 

Sugar Beet Symposiums Offer Educational Opportunities

Educational opportunities abound for sugarbeet growers eager to keep up on the latest information in their field. From Ag Days and the EARC Field Days in Sidney to symposiums in Billings and Fargo, resources that enhance production are readily...

 

Montana FFA Holds District Competition

FFA students from all over the district converged in Sidney Monday for day long competitions. Floriculture took place at St. Matthews multi purpose center. Hinsdale advisor Patti Armbrister explained...

 

Montana FFA Holds District Competition

FFA students from all over the district converged in Sidney Monday for day long competitions. Floriculture took place at St. Matthews multi purpose center. Hinsdale advisor Patti Armbrister explained...

 

ElectricLand Still Loves Making Lives Richer and Easier

After taking a short break to move, ElectricLand re-opened at 225 2nd Avenue N.E., Sidney. Although the showroom is considerably smaller, the store still has the same suppliers except for Verizon, which cancelled their agreement. “We are stocking...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    January 9, 2019

MT Bare Cave Provides New Shopping Opportunity in Sidney

MT Bare Cave opened its doors December 15 to shoppers eager for unique items at a reasonable cost. Owner Marci Cundiff is delighted with the response so far. "We've done really well," she said. "It's...

 

Anytime Fitness Enjoying Early Success

Anytime Fitness opened mid November to area residents eager to improve their fitness level. Open 24 hours a day with the equipment and coaching to help clients reach their goals, the facility has...

 

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