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 By Jaimee Green    News    April 1, 2015

Roosevelt Medical Center To Host Elizabeth And Friends: Yoga For Well Being At Every Age

Elizabeth and Friends is back, and you are invited! The annual women’s health and wellness event will once again be hosted by Roosevelt Medical Center in an effort to keep women in the community...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    February 18, 2015

County Begins Process Of Updating Its Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan

Integrated Solutions Consulting, of Fargo, N.D., has been awarded the contract to review and update Roosevelt County’s Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan in collaboration with Valley, Daniels and...

 

Courthouse Remodel Combines Best of Yesteryear With Modern Conveniences

After a four-year long process of planning and completing the large scale reconstruction project, the 86-year-old Richland County Courthouse has been restored to its original grandeur while taking...

 

Sidney South Pipeline Completed, Residents Accessing Water

For some area residents, the convenience of turning on the faucet and enjoying a drinkable glass of water is now a refreshing reality following the recent completion of a water pipeline project by...

 

2014 Community Business Expansion

Locals Enjoying Meadowlark Microbrewery With a pallet for the proper blending of ingredients, and a sense for business, Travis Peterson is living his dream one micro-brewed concoction at a time. On...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    July 2, 2014

The McKenzie County Fair is Coming, July 9-12

Where else can you watch an angry bull stomp and thrash about, watch blinged-out barrel racers steady their steeds, or witness brave pickup men charge toward bucking broncos? It’s the same place...

 

The McKenzie County Fair is Coming, July 9-12

Where else can you watch an angry bull stomp and thrash about, watch blinged-out barrel racers steady their steeds, or witness brave pickup men charge toward bucking broncos? It’s the same place...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    June 25, 2014

Barrett Pharmacy: Over Seven Decades Serving Watford City Residents

Barrett Pharmacy has been owned and operated by members of the Lundin family for over seven decades. Today, the store still occupies the original location, although the original building was...

 

Larsen Service Drug Provides 62 Years of Patron's Prescriptions

John Larsen started more than a business in pharmacy in 1952. He started a family tradition that has stood the test of time for 62 years and spans three generations. Larsen Service Drug has served as...

 

Meyer's Department Store

The hometown department store in Watford City has been a mainstay in the community for many years, surviving the fashion styles of decades and touting the most fabulous trends of the time. From the...

 

Jack and Jills Grocery

For 43 years the Liebel family called the local Jack and Jill's food store their family business. The store's history dates back to February of 1970 when Robert Hallesy and Earl Liebel purchased the h...

 

McKenzie County Public Library

In a technologically driven world of gadgets consisting of IPods, IPads, Nooks, Kindles and computers, some might believe the community library has become an archaic place where hard-bound books go...

 

McKenzie Building Center

In 1996 Alvin Gravos took a chance when a good business opportunity presented itself. And he wasn't the only one. At the time, Gravos was managing what was then Great Plains Supply, in Watford City,...

 

S&S Motors, Three Generations of Family Tradition

1949 was an inventive year in the automotive industry. It was the year post-war era vehicles were introduced. Their designs were sleeker, swoopier, wider and lower. Back then showroom floors touted...

 

The McKenzie County Fair is Coming, July 9-12

Where else can you watch an angry bull stomp and thrash about, watch blinged-out barrel racers steady their steeds, or witness brave pickup men charge toward bucking broncos? It's the same place...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Ag Roundup    May 7, 2014

Fulgham Serves as Sidney FFA Chapter Advisor

Sidney High School's FFA Chapter is now being run with a new advisor. Ted Fulgham of Libby accepted the position in January and has been busy ramping up the program and implementing some new ideas....

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    April 30, 2014

Fulgham Serves as Sidney FFA Chapter Advisor

Sidney High School's Future Farmers of America Chapter is now being run with a new advisor. Ted Fulgham of Libby, accepted the position in January and has been busy ramping up the program and...

 

EARC Moves Forward With 1st Annual Community Garden Project

With the hint of spring weather in the air, green thumb enthusiasts are busy laying out their plans for this year's gardening season. They are choosing their seeds, checking their garden beds and...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    February 19, 2014

Sidney Tendokan Taekwondo Celebrates 30 Years

White. Yellow. Orange. Green. Purple. Blue. Brown. And eventually, black. If you ask any student at the Sidney Tendokan Taekwondo dojang the progression of belt colors they can earn by mastering the...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    January 29, 2014

Sidney Police Department Hopes to Get K-9 Unit

The Sidney Police Department is hoping they will soon be able to recruit a four-legged member to their staff of law enforcement officers. Since October, they have been working on securing funds to...

 

Lapp Brothers Named Top Producers for Small Farm Category

For the Lapp brothers, it was a good season to be a beet farmer. This year, they were selected by Sidney Sugars Incorporated as the top producing sugar beet farmers in the small farm, “0-247...

 

Cayko Named Top Beet Producer Three Years Running in Category

Terry Cayko may just have soil pumping through his veins. His career of farming spans a lifetime and he has no plans of retiring. It’s his passion. His family’s tradition. And something he’s...

 

Cayko Named Top Beet Producer Three Years Running in Category

Terry Cayko may just have soil pumping through his veins. His career of farming spans a lifetime and he has no plans of retiring. It's his passion. His family's tradition. And something he's darn...

 

Lapp Brothers Named Top Producers for Small Farm Category

For the Lapp brothers, it was a good season to be a beet farmer. This year, they were selected by Sidney Sugars Incorporated as the top producing sugar beet farmers in the small farm, “0-247...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    January 1, 2014

SHS Celebrates 75 Years of FFA

Learning to do. Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve. Ask any local National Future Farmers of America Organization student the FFA motto and it will effortlessly roll off their tongue. Fo...

 

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