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Kiwanis Fruit On Sale Now

It’s Kiwanis fruit sales time once again! The club’s biggest fundraiser, which all goes to support youth in our area, is on now through Sept. 28. New this year are honeycrisp apples, adding to the popular gala apples and Bartlett pears. Anyone...

 

Early Bird Discount Available For Silver Bells Craft & Vendor Show

Silver Bells Craft & Vendor Show, Nov. 26 in Fairview, is shaping up to be an exciting day full of fun and shopping opportunities for everyone. Organizer Faith Oakland outlined some of the highlights for the day including a kids crafting corner,...

 

"Dakota Day Trips, The Road To Rural Wonders," Highlights Little Known Treasures

Cliff Naylor, famous for his "Off The Beaten Path" stories on KFYR TV, has published his third book featuring rural treasures in North Dakota, eastern Montana and northern South Dakota. "These are 50...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    June 8, 2022

Page Turners Open in Fairview

Books! Books! Books! Over 2000 new books, and more coming in every week, await the reader at Page Turners, 214 S. Central Ave., Fairview. Owners Betty Cherrey and Sarah Manuel love to read, and love...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    May 18, 2022

Fairview Boy Rescues U.S. Flag During Snow Storm

During the blizzard April 13, 11 year old Brycen Fox was watching out of his window across the street from Sharbono Park in Fairview as the U.S. flag was ripped off its pole by the wind. Having been...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    May 18, 2022

Pooch Receives Above And Beyond For Fairview Award

Calling her "unprecedented in her activities for the Fairview Schools and highly motivated to help the community in any way possible," the members of Fairview's FFA nominated Vanessa Pooch for the...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    May 4, 2022

Powder Keg Celebrating 50 Years!

Powder Keg in Fairview invites everyone to help celebrate their 50th Anniversary now through May 15 with daily specials on food and drinks which will be posted on Facebook, as well as nightly...

 

Trades Persons Fair May 4, Fairview

In an effort to connect high school students and the public with local contacting businesses and tech training programs, the Fairview Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Trades Persons Fair from 9-11 a.m., Wednesday, May 4 at Fairview High School....

 

Trades Persons Fair May 4, Fairview

In an effort to connect high school students and the public with local contacting businesses and tech training programs, the Fairview Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Trades Persons Fair from 9-11 a.m., Wednesday, May 4 at Fairview High School....

 

Youth Movement To Carry Cross From Sidney To Fairview On Good Friday

The youth of Zion Lutheran Church along with youth from Sidney, Savage and beyond will carry a 12-ft. cross from Pella Lutheran Church in Sidney to Fairview starting at noon on April 15, Good Friday with 14 stops along the way to read Scriptural...

 

Trades Persons Fair May 4, Fairview

In an effort to connect high school students and the public with local contacting businesses and tech training programs, the Fairview Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Trades Persons Fair from 9-11 a.m., Wednesday, May 4 at Fairview High School....

 

Youth Movement To Carry Cross From Sidney To Fairview On Good Friday

The youth of Zion Lutheran Church along with youth from Sidney, Savage and beyond will carry a 12-ft. cross from Pella Lutheran Church in Sidney to Fairview starting at noon on April 15, Good Friday with 14 stops along the way to read Scriptural...

 

Youth Movement To Carry Cross From Sidney To Fairview On Good Friday

The youth of Zion Lutheran Church along with youth from Sidney, Savage and beyond will carry a 12 foot cross from Pella Lutheran Church in Sidney to Fairview starting at noon on April 15, Good Friday with 14 stops along the way to read Scriptural...

 

Trades Persons Fair May 4, Fairview

In an effort to connect high school students and the public with local contacting businesses and tech training programs, the Fairview Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Trades Persons Fair from 9-11 a.m., Wednesday, May 4 at Fairview High School....

 

Youth Movement To Carry Cross From Sidney To Fairview On Good Friday

The youth of Zion Lutheran Church along with youth from Sidney, Savage and beyond will carry a 12 foot cross from Pella Lutheran Church in Sidney to Fairview starting at noon on April 15, Good Friday with 14 stops along the way to read Scriptural...

 

Zion Lutheran Church In Fairview To Host Christmas Concert This Sunday

God speaks through music and art according to Zion Lutheran Church pastor Tim O'Shields. Everyone has the opportunity to feel the season in all its glory this Sunday, Dec. 12 as the church presents...

 

Groskinskys: A Lifetime Of Adventures

Bud and Anne Groskinsky's story is a love story, their love for each other, the land they've worked together, the many people who have touched their lives and the wonders of the planet. Married for...

 

"Fairview's Pastor" Receives Above & Beyond For Fairview Award

Kelly Sloan has served as pastor of Fairview Alliance Church for 27 years, longer than any other pastor of any denomination in Fairview. Along the way, he has become known as Fairview's pastor with...

 

Hellands Receive Above And Beyond Award For Fairview

The Fairview Chamber of Commerce presented it's first "Above And Beyond For Fairview" award to Harold and Clay Helland, owners of Powder Keg, for their contributions to the community for almost 50...

 

Boys & Girls Clubs Get New Home

On April 1, 2019, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the MonDak – Richland Unit moved into their long-awaited new home across from Central Elementary School in Sidney. After receiving the historic...

 

Vision of Hope

The Middle School auditorium in Sidney rang with music and song Sunday, October 27 as Emmaus House held its annual fundraiser to support their mission and Vision of Hope, which provides scholarships...

 

Kallem Active Volunteer in Sidney

On October 21, Sidney mayor Rick Norby again proclaimed November 1 as Extra Mile Day, a day dedicated to volunteerism. Sidney was the first town in Montana, besides the larger cities, to become a...

 

Beet Harvest Progressing

As of Friday, October 18, Sidney Sugars agricultural manager Duane Peters estimated beet harvest at a third complete with some growers at 10% and others at 50%. The biggest factor in the disparity is...

 

Beet Harvest, Contracts and Exchange Visitors

After being delayed a couple of weeks due to excess moisture, sugar beet harvest started in the afternoon of Monday, October 7 at the Scott Buxbaum farm north of Fairview. As both a grower and...

 

Sidney NAPA Changes Ownership, Name and Location

On June 1, 2019, the Sidney NAPA store changed ownership and name, becoming Sidney Auto Supply. On July 1, the former Farm & Home building was purchased with work beginning immediately to upgrade...

 

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