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 By Jordan Hall    News    February 20, 2019 

Senator Daines Visits Sidney, Speaks About Border Security

Senator Steve Daines visited Sidney on Saturday to attend the Richland County Republican Party's Lincoln-Reagan Day Banquet and made time prior to that event to meet supporters and veterans at the...

 
 By Jordan Hall    Energy    February 20, 2019 

Enerplus Continues Investment In Bakken In 2019

Having been established in 1986, Enerplus is a crude oil and natural gas producer with production assets in both Canada and the United States. The company trades on both the Toronto Stock Exchange...

 

Transystems Optimistic For Future Of Beet Industry In Region

Transystems was founded in 1942 by John S. Rice and continues to be a family-owned operation that specializes in bulk commodities distribution. The company operates in the Midwest and Western United S...

 

Community Comes Together to Help Those Inpacted by Tornado

The storm that rocked Watford City on July 10 ended with the fatality of a young child, critically injured nine people and hurt more than a dozen others. It also left parts of Watford City in...

 

Economic Development Outlook Positive For 2019

The prospects for a good financial year in McKenzie County and the surrounding region is hopeful, according to Daniel Stenberg who serves as the Economic Development Coordinator for McKenzie County....

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 23, 2019

Explosions Rock Watford City Saltwater Site

An explosion rocked a White Owl Energy Services saltwater disposal site on Thursday, which led to a temporary evacuation of the Black Gold Suites and the yard and apartment owned by Mann Energy...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 23, 2019

Pincocci Keeps Promise to Inform Voters of Energy Needs

When Public Service Commission candidate Randy Pinocci came to Sidney in October, he promised to keep local voters apprised of energy needs and to inform the public as to the role and responsibility...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 16, 2019

Watford City Voters Approve Funding For New School

Watford City voters have overwhelmingly approved two ballot initiatives set to fund the construction of an elementary school and provide potential funding for another. Two questions were asked of...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 16, 2019

Healthworks Offers Equipment Improvements

Healthworks, a popular gym facility in Sidney, has recently added a new line of cutting-edge workout equipment. The Roundup spoke with Scott Doty, who has served as director of Healthworks gym for...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 16, 2019

Explosion Rocks Watford City Saltwater Site

An explosion rocked a White Owl Energy Services saltwater disposal site on Thursday, which led to a temporary evacuation of the Black Gold Suites and the yard and apartment owned by Mann Energy Servic...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 2, 2019

Watford City Voters to Decide on New Elementary School Questions Jan. 8

McKenzie County voters will decide whether to approve or deny two requests designed to fund upcoming anticipated needs of the school district. Question one asks residents to approve a general...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    January 2, 2019

Gianforte Announces Spirit Of Montana Recipient: Katie Dasinger Of Sidney

WASHINGTON – Congressman Greg Gianforte recognized Katie Dasinger of Sidney with his Spirit of Montana commendation for her leadership, commitment to promoting community service, and efforts to...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    December 26, 2018

New Science And Medical Tech Helps Students In Richland County

Through a cooperation of private and public entities that include both the Sidney Health Center and Richland County Schools, a groundbreaking piece of technology is now available for educators and...

 

MonDak API Office Holders Give Summary of Oil Industry at Year's End

The American Petroleum Institution (API) is a national trade association that represents the oil and gas industry, with local chapters in oilfield regions throughout the United States. The...

 

Sidney Continues To Make Infrastructure Improvements As Year Transitions

Sidney has had a busy year of infrastructure improvement to utilities and highways, and there's likely more to come in 2019. The Roundup reached out to Rick Norby, the mayor of Sidney, to talk about...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    December 12, 2018

'Vote Yes Committee' Encourages McKenzie County Voters to Attend Upcoming Forum

McKenzie County voters will decide whether to approve or deny two requests designed to fund upcoming anticipated needs of the school district. Question one asks residents to approve a general...

 

McKenzie County Continues Christmas Traditions

The Roundup spoke to Marcia Hellandsaas, the McKenzie County Extension Agent, about how the local area celebrates the Christmas Season in their own unique way. Hellandsaas explained that McKenzie...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    November 14, 2018

Matthew Johansen Grateful To Win Election, Promises Changes

Matthew Johansen unseated incumbent sheriff of McKenzie County, Gary Schwartzenberger, and did so by a wide margin. With 2,496 votes accounting for 60.89 percent of the votes cast, Johansen's win...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 31, 2018

McKenzie County Candidates Answer Questions at Candidates Forum

More than a hundred people gathered at the Rough Rider Center on Monday, October 22, to hear candidates for State Senate and State House of Representatives, McKenzie County Commissioner, and McKenzie...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 31, 2018

Rosendale Stops in Sidney, Defends Record

Matt Rosendale, candidate for the United States Senate, made a brief stop in Sidney on Wednesday, October 24. Meeting with supporters at the Meadowlark brewery, Rosendale encouraged voters to get in...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 31, 2018

Johansen Eager to Replace Incumbent as McKenzie County Sheriff

Matthew Johansen is challenging incumbent Gary Schwartzenberger for McKenzie County Sheriff. Johansen, who was born in Grand Forks before moving to McKenzie County at five years of age, later moved...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 24, 2018

McKenzie County Commissioner Candidates Eager To Serve The Public

Four candidates are on the ballot for McKenzie County Commissioner. Two are incumbents, and two are challengers. All four spoke to the Roundup about their desire to serve McKenzie County as a...

 

Grain Yields Up, Prices Low Says Nortana Grain Company

Nortana Grain Company, founded in 1939, buys and sells numerous agricultural commodities and has a long-established presence in Eastern Montana. As a premier marketer for agricultural commodities, Nor...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 17, 2018

Katie Paulson And Dori Sparby, McKenzie County Recorder Candidates

McKenzie County has two options on the November ballot for County Recorder. Katie Paulson and Dori Sparby are both competing for the office, and The Roundup was able to speak with both candidates...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 17, 2018

PSC Candidate Randy Pinocci Visits Sidney

Public Service Commission candidate, Randy Pinocci, recently visited Sidney in a campaign stop, soliciting votes and spreading his message of common sense regulation. Pinnoci, who has previously serve...

 

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